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The book refers to the long Arab-Jewish conflict that sees no end. Deedat shows according to Genesis, Arabs have a legitimate claim to the land as do the Jews. Both being the children of Abraham (PBUH).

 



An inspirational and motivational account of a leading woman figure of the Islamic movement who was falsely accused in 1965 of conspiring to kill Jamal Abd al-Nasir, the President of Egypt.

 



Mearsheimer and Walt, political scientists at the University of Chicago and Harvard, respectively, survey a wide coalition of pro-Israel groups and individuals, including American Jewish organizations and political donors, Christian fundamentalists, neo-con officials in the executive branch, media pundits who smear critics of Israel as anti-Semites and the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee, which they characterize as having an almost unchallenged hold on Congress. This lobby, they contend, has pressured the U.S. government into Middle East policies that are strategically and morally unjustifiable: lavish financial subsidies for Israel despite its occupation of Palestinian territories; needless American confrontations with Israel’s foes Syria and Iran; uncritical support of Israel’s 2006 bombing of Lebanon, which violated the laws of war; and the Iraq war, which almost certainly would not have occurred had [the Israel lobby] been absent.

 



l have great pleasure in presenting to the readers this new book on sirah, Sirat al-Nabi and the Orientalists by Muhammad Mohar Ali. A monumental work discussing the Makkan period of the Prophet’s life, and a refutation of Orientalist attacks.

 



It is important to understand Islaam from a cultural point of view because the basis of much of the current turmoil within Muslim countries and conflict with their neighbors can be attributed to cultural clashes. Consequently, a clear understanding of culture and its derivatives is necessary to comprehend the relevance of Islaam to the civilization of Muslim peoples in the twentieth century and beyond. The word “culture” comes from the Latin cultura which is a derivative of the verb colere meaning “tending” or “cultivation.” It was first recorded in the Oxford Dictionary of English in 1510 as meaning: “training of the mind” or “manners.” However, culture in anthropological usage, may be defined as “the way of life of specific group.”

 



The unity of the Ummah, Is difference a matter pre-decreed and something, which has to happen? Ignorance and oppression (zulm) are the root of every evil, The beginning of party spirit (hizbiyyah) in Islamic work, Shall we remain silent until we become like the ostrich? Are the Jamaa?ahs a result of the revival or the opposite? Does partisanship accord with unity? Let us ward off the confusion of the Believing youth.

 



The Calamity of the Prophet’s Death and its Effects on the Muslim Nation The Prophet (SAW) said, ‘If one of you is afflicted with a calamity, then let him remember his calamity by me (i.e., by my death); for indeed, it is the greatest of calamities.’ It becomes clear to us from this hadith that the death of th Prophet (SAW) is the greatest disaster that has occured or will occur to the Muslim nation. The Messenger of Allah requests that when we remember our calamities or afflictions, we should remember his death and his parting as well, a reflective process through which our other disasters will become insignificant in comparison. Whenever we lost any of our relatives or loved-ones, we are sure to have felt the pain of parting from them ant the anxiety of the farewell. The question now is this: Have we had any such feelings or sentiments when we contemplate the death of the Prophet (SAW) ?

 



The whole of mankind—-Muslims as well as non-Muslims, and the peoples of the East as well as the West—-are today beset with a grave evil: their lives are governed by a culture that was born in crassmaterialism and as now totally steeped in it. The practical policies as well as the theory of this cultureare based on perverse and unstable foundations. Its philosophy and science, its ethical values and social system, its law and politics, in short every feature of this culture, made a wrong direction. And ithas now reached a critical stage of decline which is not very far from collapse and total ruin.

 



Indeed, Allaah responds to the supplications of Muslims. More often than not, Muslims raise their hands in prayer, during trials and disasters which inflict some Muslim countries, like in the period we are living now. How many times did the Muslims invokeAllaah? How many old men and women beseech Allaah, with humbleness? This book is an adaption of a friday khutbah given by Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid that makes a clear distinction between our dua and Alllahs help in whatever shape or form Allah (swt) sees best.

 



Full title – ‘Characteristics of the Victorious Party in the Foundation of the State of the Believers (The Land of ash-Sham)