Islam's Response to Contemporary Issues is a lecture delivered at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (London) by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad. Its message is timeless and relates to the future prospects for peace. It is a compulsory read for non-Muslims as well as for those Muslims who have forgotten the true message of Islam.
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.
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.
A compilation of Speeches and Letters to the International World by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad has been fearless in announcing to the world where things are heading and how the world can avert disaster and chart a course to peace and security for all the people that inhibit in this global village.
In a world plagued with intolerance for cultural, racial and religious differences, A Message of Peace serves as a panacea to the ills of the society. Prophetic in foresight and universal in scope, this book lays out a path to the peaceful existence of all humans based on the central theme of worshipping the One God.
The most distinctive feature of Islam is twofold. First, it is the only religion which claims to be the final, universal and eternal religion for all. Second, it is the only religion which acknowledges, and bears witness to, the veracity of every other religions and claims that the truth is not the monopoly of Islam alone—whereas every other religion that it alone contains the Divine truth.
A speech delivered by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad at Suriname on 3rd June 1991 in a meeting organized by Inter-Religious Consults in Suriname. The topic of speech, and questions answered are related to Shariah and Politics, the law of Shariah and imposition of Shariah law in any country.
Hardly a day passes on which an Islamic event does not make headlines. The president of a Muslim country is assassinated by the supporters of Muslim brotherhood; a European journalist is taken hostage by Islamic Jihad; a Pan-American aircraft is hijacked.
Recently there has been an international conspiracy against Islam and its Holy Founder the Holy Prophet Muhammad. To use vulgar language, obscene descriptions, distortion of the teachings of Islam and the noble character of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, negative propaganda, blasphemous criticism of the most Noble of the Prophets, all this is done in the name of free speech and western civilized value
Shock waves of indignation ran across the Muslim world following the recent publication of offensive and crude caricatures of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (may peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) in some parts of Europe. The uninformed, as ever, misled by the mullah gave in to public display of rage and rampant chaos ensued.
Throughout history, women have been powerless and weak. Before the Holy Prophet Muhammad's arrival, a woman was regarded as man's slave and property, and no religion or nation could offer the woman rights and freedom. When their husbands died, they were forced to marry relatives or sold for money. There was no law that could protect them.
The essay entitled The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam was written in Urdu by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah and Mahdi(as) at the invitation of Swami Shugan Chandar Sahib under whose auspicious the conference of Great Religions was held in Lahore Town Hall from 26th to 29th December 1896. The scholars of Muslims, Christians, Arya Samaj and other religions were invited.
The Islamic concept of salvation differs from that of other religions, and from Christianity in particular, because Islam rejects the concept of Original Sin and declares man to be responsible only for his own sins. He, therefore, needs to free himself from his own sins in order to attain salvation.
'Government Angreizi aur Jihad' is an Urdu booklet written in 1900 by Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad(as), the Promised Messiah and the Founder of the Ahmadiyyah Muslim Jama'at. In this booklet, he refers to the Holy Qur'an and the ahadith (sayings) of the Holy Prophet Muhammad(sa) in order to explain the true nature of the Islamic concept of jihad. This is the English rendering of this booklet.
Contrary to mythical tale that prophets descend from heavens like heroes, they are normal human beings. They suffer trials and tribulations. Their followers gain glory not through the toils of someone else but through their own sacrifices. These prophets turn the people away from materialism and return them to their Creator. This revival requires Divine intervention.
This book is a brief introduction to the five fundamentals articles of the Islamic faith. The articles of faith, which all Muslims believe in, are: Unity of God, Angels, Prophets, Holy Books and Life after Death.