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Books to Read and Spread in light of last week’s Friday Sermon

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Based on last week’s Friday Sermon (found here) we should commit to reading and spreading the following books:

Deebacha Tafseer-ul-Quran (page 103)
Life of Muhammad ﷺ (English translation of selected portion of Deebacha Tafseer-ul-Quran)

 

Seerat Khatamun Nabiyyeen ﷺ (Urdu)
Sīrat Khātamun-Nabiyyīn ﷺ (English)

 

Tohfa-e-Qaisariyyah (Urdu original)
A Gift for the Queen (English)

 

Posted by on October 3, 2012. Filed under Ahmadiyyat: True Islam,Arab World,Asia,Europe,Friday Sermon of Khalifatul Masih,Islam,Muslim Television Ahmadiyya,Muslim World,UK,United States,World. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

2 Responses to Books to Read and Spread in light of last week’s Friday Sermon

  1. Syed Sajid Ahmad

    October 3, 2012 at 6:49 am

    For the persons who do not know Urdu, there is English translation of Debacha mentioned in the post, which is “Introduction to the Study of the Holy Quran.”

  2. Zia H. Shah

    October 3, 2012 at 10:04 am

    John Davenport, a Christian apologist for the Holy Prophet Muhammad, may peace be on him, wrote:

    Is it possible to conceive, we may ask, that the man who effected such great and lasting reforms in his own country by substituting the worship of the one only true God for the gross and debasing idolatry in which his countrymen had been plunged for ages; who abolished infanticide, prohibited the use of spirituous liquors and games of chance (those sources of moral depravity), who restricted within comparatively narrow limits the unrestrained polygamy which he found in existence and practice—can we, we repeat, conceive so great and zealous a reformer to have been a mere impostor, or that his whole career was one of sheer hypocrisy? Can we imagine that his divine mission was a mere invention of his own of whose falsehood he was conscious throughout? No, surely, nothing but a consciousness of really righteous intentions could have carried Mohammed so steadily and constantly without ever flinching or wavering, without ever betraying himself to his most intimate connections and companions, from his first revelation to Khadijah to his last agony in the arms of Ayesha.

    Read further:
    John Davenport of World Muslim Leader’s Concluding Address at UK Convention, 2012

    Thomas Carlyle, Karen Armstrong, John Davenport and Prof. Laura Veccia Vaglieri

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