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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmadra, 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: The doctrine of Christianity has acquired its present shape through a process of change that is spread nearly over it's entire history. Rather than venture into the endless debate on the course of this evolutionary process, the author has chosen to examine the current Christian beliefs primarily on the basis of logic and reason. Among others, the subject of 'Sonship' of Jesus Christ, Atonement, Trinity and the second coming of the Messiah have been discussed at length in this book. (read it online)
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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmadra, 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Description: Murder in the name of Allah is a general review, with special emphasis on the subject of freedom of expression in Islam. This book is a reminder that purpose of any religion is the spread of peace, tolerance, and understanding. It urges that meaning of Islam - submission to the will of God - has been steadily corrupted by minority elements in the community. Instead of spreading peace, the religion has been abused by fanatics and made an excuse for violence and the spread of terror, both inside and outside the faith.
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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin M. Ahmed (ra), 2nd Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: A popular edition of an excellent and affectionate account of life of the Prophet of Islam (pbuh) described as the most influential man in the history of the world.
An orphan beckoned to the Call, persecuted by neighbours, driven from his home with a prize tag on his head, quickly establishing a strong community of believers ready to die for his teachings and finally returning triumphant only to forgive his tormentors.
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The Heavenly Decree is the English translation of Asmani Faisala by Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah and Mahdi (as) and the Founder of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at. It is addressed to his contemporary ulema, specially Miyan Nadhir Husain Dehlawi and Maulawi Muhammad Husain of Batala who had issued a fatwa of heresy against the Promised Messiahas and declared him a non-Muslim, because he (the Promised Messiahas) had claimed that Jesus Christ had died a natural death and the second coming of Masih ibni Mariam (Jesus Christ) is fulfilled by the advent of Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas. Because (by the time the book was written) the ulema had refused to debate this issue with the Promised Messiah, he invited them, in this book, to a spiritual contest in which the question whether someone is a Muslim or not would be settled by Allah himself on the basis of four criteria of a true believer as laid down by Him in the Holy Quran. He also spelled out the modus operandi of this contest and fixed the period of time frame within which this contest would be decreed by Allah. He declared that God would not desert him and would help him and would grant him victory.
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Divine Manifestations (Tajalliyat-e-illahiyyah) is an unfinished book of The Promised Messiahas, written in 1906 and published posthumously in 1922. The book covers important subjects of divine knowledge and spiritual insight. It opens with an account of the precision with which the Promised Messiah's prophecies regarding earthquakes had been fulfilled, and foretells the coming of five more terrible catastrophes. In this context, Haduras also explains the philosohopy behind divine chastisement.
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Author: Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmadra, 4th Caliph of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Description: The doctrine of Christianity has acquired its present shape through a process of change that is spread nearly over it's entire history. Rather than venture into the endless debate on the course of this evolutionary process, the author has chosen to examine the current Christian beliefs primarily on the basis of logic and reason. Among others, the subject of 'Sonship' of Jesus Christ, Atonement, Trinity and the second coming of the Messiah have been discussed at length in this book. (read it online)
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By Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi, Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at.
Darurat-ul-Imam, or The Need for the Imam, spells out in depth the urgency and need for the Imam of the age, and his qualities and hallmarks as the Divinely appointed guide, the voice articulate of the age, and the constant recipient of Divine revelations, and how all these qualities are fully present in the person of the holy author.
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It is now more than fifteen years since the Ordinance was promulgated. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has suffered a great deal after Dictator Ziaul Haq promulgated Ordinance XX in 1984. The suffering continues unabated. It is a touching story and this Souvenir tells only a part of it. (read it online)
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Home October-December, 2010
Site Updates: October-December, 2010
December
2010 Review: Wave of Religious Intolerance Intensifies - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 30, 2010
Govt appeases religious parties on blasphemy law - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - December 30, 2010
Premeditated murders: Ahmadis concerned over state inaction - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - December 30, 2010
PM given four days to reject moves against blasphemy laws - The News International, Pakistan - December 28, 2010
Religious parties announce strike over blasphemy issue - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - December 28, 2010
Mufti Hannan on 5-day remand in Khulna (Ahmadiyya Mosque Attack) - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - December 28, 2010
Most Disturbing Trend of 2010 Isn’t Going Anywhere in 2011t - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 28, 2010
Groups urge govt to stop intolerance, enforce law - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - December 28, 2010
Ahmadi Muslim brutally killed in Pakistan - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - December 27, 2010
Rights Groups Demand Ahmadiyah Orphanage Be Unlocked - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 27, 2010
Blasphemy protests: Christian, Muslim protesters kept apart - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - December 26, 2010
What about Jinnah’s Pakistan? [Blog] - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - December 25, 2010
Marchers vow to defend blasphemy law - The Nation, Pakistan - December 25, 2010
Govt warned against amending blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - December 25, 2010
Religious parties protest against amending blasphemy laws - The News International, Pakistan - December 25, 2010
Pakistan to review blasphemy laws, official says - CNN International, USA - December 24, 2010
Persecution of Ahmadi community in Pakistan [Video Report] - France 24 TV, France - December 24, 2010
Pandora’s Law - Newsline Magazine, Pakistan - December 23, 2010
Pakistan parties protest possible blasphemy law changes - CNN International, USA - December 23, 2010
Religious groups join hands over blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - December 22, 2010
Rights groups’ concern over Thailand asylum arrests - Asiaone News, Singapore - December 22, 2010
PAKISTAN: Appeal to amend the Blasphemy Laws - Asian Human Rights Commission, Hong Kong - December 21, 2010
TNR moot announces countrywide strike on 31st - The Nation, Pakistan - December 17, 2010
Changes in blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - December 17, 2010
EDITORIAL: An idea whose time has come - Daily Times, Pakistan - December 14, 2010
Clerics to launch campaign if blasphemy laws amended - Daily Times, Pakistan - December 13, 2010
Govt slammed for ‘failure’ to protect religious minorities - Daily Times, Pakistan - December 13, 2010
VIEW: Shame on us - Daily Times, Pakistan - December 13, 2010
Tahaffuz-e-Namoos-e-Risalat - The News International, Pakistan - December 13, 2010
In the name of religion: 32 blasphemy cases in Sindh - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - December 13, 2010
Religious parties announce ‘Tahafuz-e-Namoos-e-Risalat’ campaign - Geo TV Networks, Pakistan - December 12, 2010
Anti-blasphemy resolution at UN is absurd - Calgary Herald, Canada - December 12, 2010
Intolerance Stretches to Indonesia’s Children - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 09, 2010
Tasikmalaya Police Lock Ahmadiyah Congregation Inside Orphanage - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 09, 2010
Where’s the Public Justification in Ostracizing Ahmadiyah? - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 09, 2010
Riot Threatens to Burn Down Orphanage - Viva News, Indonesia - December 9, 2010
ANALYSIS: Pakistan and the dehumanisation of minorities - Daily Times, Pakistan - December 07, 2010
Blasphemy killings: 15 of 34 murdered were Muslims - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - December 07, 2010
VIEW: In the name of God - Daily Times, Pakistan - December 05, 2010
Lord: Hate laws are not effective enough - Kingston Guardian, UK - December 4, 2010
Blasphemy case: Cleric offers Rs500,000 for Aasia’s execution - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - December 04, 2010
Ahmadiyah mosque attacked for fun: Police - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - December 04, 2010
Jakarta Police Help Repel Attack on Ahmadiyah Mosque - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 04, 2010
Not an American conspiracy [Opinion] by Asad Jamal - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - December 04, 2010
Blasphemy laws — a modification is in order [Opinion] by Kunwar Khalid Yunus- The Express Tribune, Pakistan - December 04, 2010
COMMENT: The blasphemer must not be pardoned - Daily Times, Pakistan - December 03, 2010
Update: Indonesia Police Warn Ahmadiyah of Fresh Attack - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 03, 2010
Armed group attacks Ahmadiyah mosque in Kebayoran Lama - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - December 03, 2010
Mob Attacks Ahmadiyah Mosque in South Jakarta - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 03, 2010
Indonesian Team to Move Out Ahmadiyah of Lombok - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - December 01, 2010
SIC warns against any change in blasphemy law - The Nation, Pakistan - December 01, 2010
COMMENT: No minority rights in Pakistan - Daily Times, Pakistan - December 01, 2010
SIC rejects move to amend blashphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - December 01, 2010
JUP threatens Sherry Rehman; to observe protest on 3rd - The News International, Pakistan - December 01, 2010
November
ROVER’S DIARY: Much ado about blasphemy - Daily Times, Pakistan - November 30, 2010
Editorial: In Jakarta, Signs of Creeping Intolerance - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 30, 2010
Most Lombok Ahmadiyah Converted: Indonesian Official - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 30, 2010
The Ilam Din fiasco and lies about Jinnah - Daily Times, Pakistan - November 29, 2010
Lombok Ahmadiyah Families Lodge Complaint Over Lost Homes - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 28, 2010
Several injured, arrested at Sunni Ittehad Council rally - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - November 27, 2010
An instrument of abuse? [Blog] - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - November 26, 2010
Govt monitors Ahmadiyah religious practices - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - November 26, 2010
Villagers in Lombok Ransack, Destroy Ahmadiyah Homes - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 26, 2010
Babar Awan says no one can change blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - November 26, 2010
The blasphemy law - [Opinion] by I.A Rehman - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - November 25, 2010
Chenab Nagar Ahmedis terrified of ‘hate campaigns’ - Daily Times, Pakistan - November 25, 2010
Religious parties threaten protest in blasphemy case - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - November 24, 2010
Pakistan will not repeal blasphemy law: minister - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - November 23, 2010
COMMENT: No to blasphemy laws - Marvi Sirmed - Daily Times, Pakistan - November 23, 2010
Pakistan: Repeal Blasphemy Law - Human Rights Watch, USA - November 23, 2010
Rights activists protest against Aasia’s sentence, blasphemy laws - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - November 22, 2010
VIEW: Blasphemy Law - Yasser Latif Hamdani - Daily Times, Pakistan - November 22, 2010
Looking the Other Way When It Comes to Indonesia’s Ahmadis - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 21, 2010
Mughalpura terrified after firing incident - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - November 20, 2010
Ahmadiyah followers evicted again - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - November 20, 2010
Indonesian Ahmadiyah Again Driven From Lombok Homes - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 19, 2010
Firing at Ahmedi worship place in Lahore; no casualties - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - November 19, 2010
Serious problems in Pak on religious freedom: US - Zee News, India - November 18, 2010
Solemn Celebrations for Displaced Lombok Ahmadis - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 17, 2010
PAKISTAN: Blasphemy laws — Stopping the rot - Asian Human Rights Commission, Hong Kong - November 16, 2010
Time to repeal the blasphemy law [Opinion] - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - November 16, 2010
Ahmadiyah followers threatened again - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - November 13, 2010
Report of the PHRG Fact Finding Mission to Pakistan - Parliamentary Human Rights Group, UK - September 24, 2010
Life of an Ahmadi family - No end to harassment - Ahmadiyya Times, USA - November 11, 2010
Minority Religions Pray For End to Discrimination - IPS-Inter Press Service, Italy - November 8, 2010
SBY urged to prove RI’s tolerance - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - November 8, 2010
Indonesia: Obama Should Make a Stand for Human Rights - Human Rights Watch - November 7, 2010
Students demand closure of mosque - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - November 6, 2010
Ahmadiyah Now Getting Targeted in North Jakarta - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 5, 2010
Masses Protest Before Ahmadiyah Mosque - Viva News, Indonesia - November 5, 2010
Hundreds of People Stage Protest Against Ahmadiyah in North Jakarta - Berita Jakarta, Indonesia - November 5, 2010
Indonesian President Urged to Take Minister to Task Over Ahmadiyah - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 5, 2010
Ahmadi rights: No grounds for a burial [Blog] - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - November 04, 2010
Indonesia: Uphold Religious Freedom - Human Rights Watch - November 4, 2010
Mosque linked to hate campaign causes rift in Muslim community - Streatham Guardian, UK - November 3, 2010
No place for Ahmadi body in a Muslim graveyard - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - November 02, 2010
Pakistan Ahmadi man forcibly exhumed in Lahore - BBC News, UK - November 2, 2010
The Thinker: Losing the Faith - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - November 2, 2010
October
Religious Affairs Minister to ban Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 30, 2010
Asma targeted in Ahmedi hate campaign - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - October 27, 2010
SBY fails to uphold supremacy of law: Observers - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 23, 2010
Hardliners call for deaths of Surrey Muslims - The Independent, UK - October 21, 2010
Govt must protect Ahmadiyah, other minorities: Golkar - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 21, 2010
Fresh attack on Ahmadiyyas - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - October 20, 2010
Indonesian Vice President: Stand Up Against Radicals - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - October 18, 2010
Tooting election race infected by anti-Ahmadiyya hate campaign - Wimbledon Guardian, UK - October 14, 2010
Relgious hate leaflets found in Tooting, Streatham and Kingston - Wimbledon Guardian, UK - October 14, 2010
Ahmadis may be relocated to an island ‘for their own good’ - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 13, 2010
Ahmadis continue to live in fear - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 11, 2010
Ahmadiyah followers insist they are Muslims - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 11, 2010
Hate on the Internet - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - October 08, 2010
Three Suspects for Mob Attack on Ahmadiyah - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - October 8, 2010
Editorial: Tyranny of the majority - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 8, 2010
The tipping point, terrorism and crimes against humanity - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 7, 2010
Editorial: Our Next Police Chief Must Restore Order - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - October 6, 2010
Secularism back - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - October 5, 2010
NU asks Ahmadiyah to leave Islam - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 6, 2010
Pekanbaru closes down Ahmadiyah building - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 6, 2010
Police in Bogor Make Arrest Over Ahmadiyah Violence - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - October 5, 2010
Govt blames Ahmadiyah for attacks - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 5, 2010
Ahmadiyah should not promote teachings: Kalla - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 4, 2010
Government to review Ahmadiyah joint decree - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 4, 2010
Editorial: Zero Tolerance for Indonesian Terrorists and Bigots - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - October 4, 2010
Police name Ahmadiyah follower suspect - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 3, 2010
Jakarta Journo: Testing Indonesia’s Belief in Democracy - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - October 3, 2010
Govt deplored for failing to stop attacks on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 3, 2010
Arson attack on Ahmadiyah Mosque/Houses - Jemaat Ahmadiyah, Indonesia - October 2, 2010
Govt to hold talk over Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 2, 2010
Kalla blames security authorities for attack on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 2, 2010
Editorial: It’s Time to Remove Hate From Mosques - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - October 2, 2010
Indonesian President Calls for Calm at Mosques - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - October 2, 2010
President deplores attack on Ahmadiyah followers - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 2, 2010
Mass groups told to resist provocation - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 2, 2010
Angry mass lays waste to houses of Ahmadiyah followers - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 2, 2010
Mosque, houses of Ahmadiyah followers burned down - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - October 1, 2010
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