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In this book, the author deals with an issue that has lamentably marked humankind's religious history. Relying on a wide range of interviews he conducted throughtout Pakistan, Antonio R. Gualtieri relates the tragic experience of members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community. Their right to define themselves as Muslims has been denied by the Govt. of Pakistan acting in collusion with orthodox Islamic teachers. Ahmadis have been beaten and murdered. They have been jailed, hounded from jobs and schools, their mosques sealed or vandalized, for professing to be Muslims and following Islamic practices. This book records their testimony of Harassment and persecution resulting from their loyalty to their understanding of God and HIS revelation.
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Author: Sir Muhammad Zafarullah Khan
Description: This book provides a translation by Sir Muhammad Zafarullah Khan of the Riyad as-Salihin, literally "Gardens of the Rightous", written by the Syrian Shafi'i scholar Muhyi ad-din Abu Zakariyya' Yahya b. Sharaf an-Nawawi (1233-78), who was the author of a large number of legal and biographical work, including celebrated collection of forty well-known hadiths, the Kitab al-Arba'in (actually containing some forty three traditions.), much commented upon in the Muslim countries and translated into several European languages. His Riyad as-Salihin is a concise collection of traditions, which has been printed on various occasions, e.g. at Mecca and Cairo, but never before translated into a western language. Hence the present translation by Muhammad Zafarullah Khan will make available to those unversed in Arabic one of the most typical and widely-known collection of this type.
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One of the most outstanding, monthly English magazine, Review of Religions has been in publication since 1902. The objective of this publication is to educate, enlighten and inform its readers on religious, social, economic and political issues with particular emphasis on Islam. The contributors to this magazine are from various walks of life discussing on comparative religious issues, contemporary social and political issues, latest scientific discoveries and much more. A must read.
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Attack on Ahmadiyyas: Khatme Nabuwat zealots deserve punishment - Editorial - Weekly Holiday, Bangladesh - June 30, 2006
Bigots not seen on Uttara streets to enforce hartal for 2nd day - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - June 27, 2006
Malicious propaganda alleged: Violence in Daska - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - June 26, 2006
Pakistan: Allegedly blasphemous Ahmadis attacked - Asia News, Italy - June 26, 2006
Bigots driven out of Uttara streets - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - June 26, 2006
Changed Govt Attitude Towards Khatme Nabuat - Editorial - Bangladesh Observer - June 26, 2006
People ignore Khatme Nabuwat's hartal call - New Age, Bangladesh - June 26, 2006
Mob attacks Ahmadis in Daska for ‘desecration’ - Daily Times, Pakistan - June 25, 2006
Three held for desecration - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - June 25, 2006
Ahamadiyya issue: an acid test for the government - Editorial - New Age, Bangladesh - June 25, 2006
Anti-Ahmadiyya bigots to enforce 2-day hartal - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - June 25, 2006
15 [Ahmadis] injured in anti-Ahmadiya violence - Hindustan Times, India - June 24, 2006
Bangladeshi Ahmadiyyas say they face threats - Khaleej Times, U.A.E. - June 24, 2006
Uttara turns battlefield as KNM-police clash - The Bangladesh Observer, Bangladesh - June 24, 2006
Zealots call for hartal, vow to shut down ZIA - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - June 24, 2006
50 injured as KNM, police clash at Uttara - The New Nation, Bangladesh - June 23, 2006
Ahmadiyyas braced for yet another attack from bigots - New Age, Bangladesh - June 23, 2006
Security upped to reign back zealots - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - June 23, 2006
Courts must get tougher on violent militias: Sutanto - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 23, 2006
Ahamadiyyas: A beleaguered minority - Editorial - New Age, Bangladesh - June 22, 2006
Bangladesh: 22 Ahmadi families in danger - Amnesty International News - June 22, 2006
The tirade against Ahmadiyyas again - Editorial - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - June 22, 2006
Ahmadiyyas seek PM protection - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - June 22, 2006
Bigots plan attack on Ahmadiyya mosque in city - New Age, Bangladesh - June 22, 2006
Excerpts from report on International Religious Freedom for 2006 - Pakistan - issued by United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. May, 2006
Excerpts from report on International Religious Freedom for 2006 - Bangladesh - issued by United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. May, 2006
Islamic state only a step away: Scholars - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 08, 2006
Political experts say don’t put Pancasila on a pedestal - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 03, 2006
Petition seeks to reaffirm Indonesia’s diversity - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - June 02, 2006
May, 2006
Minorities and women continue to suffer: AI - Daily Times, Pakistan - May 24, 2006
Activists report Maftuh for slandering Ahmadiyah sect - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 24, 2006
Ahmadiya meet banned amid threats by radicals - Gulf Times, Qatar - May 21, 2006
Don’t make things harder than they already are - The New Nation - May 17, 2006
11 Ahmadi doctors killed in Sindh since 1984 - Daily Times, Pakistan - May 10, 2006
Putting rights covenants into action - Opinion - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 06, 2006
New decree on houses of worship - Bangkok Post - May 06, 2006
Ahmadiyah mosque vandalized in Southeast Sulawesi - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - May 01, 2006
Hate mongering worries minorities - Daily Times, Pakistan - April 25, 2006
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