Urdu book by The Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad(as) of Qadian. Narrated by Sahibzada Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib, Majlis Ansarullah Pakistan. افغانوں میں احمدیت کا اثرورسوخ کتنا ہے؟ اس سلسلہ میں آپ کیا اقدام کررہے ہیں؟. Browse Al Islam. Home · Islam · Ahmadiyyat · Holy Quran · Library · Al Islam > Library > Browse > Ruhani Khazain> فتح اسلام. Language. Title Page; Preface; Tidings of the Victory of Islam and of a Great Manifestation of the Al-Mighty God, also an Invitation to paths of obedience to Him, and to the.
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Tarek Fatah is a Canadian journalist, writer, broadcaster, secularist and liberal activist. Fatah is a founder of the Muslim Canadian. Fateh Muhammad Malik is a Pakistani literary critic, linguist and a scholar. He has authored several books including an essay "Iqbal Inspired Humour: six books on him including his book Iqbal's reconstruction of Muslim political thought . Victory of Islam (Urdu: Fatah Islam) is the first in a series of three books by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement, wherein he.
In his lifetime though, the most memorable reason why Al Masjid Al Aqsa has such significance is because it was the place to which he travelled on the night of Israa, and it was the location from which he made his Miraaj to the Heavens. The Angel Jibreel Gabriel then awoke him and led him to a winged white beast named Buraq. It was on Buraq that the Prophet saw then made the journey to Jerusalem a journey that would typically take 40 days in just one momentous night.
On reaching Jerusalem, the Prophet saw met and led all the previous Prophets in prayer at the site of Al Masjid Al Aqsa, and then embarked on the Miraaj to the Heavens.
Upon seeing this he took the responsibility to remove the waste with his own hands and to rebuild Al Masjid Al Aqsa. Both the Christians and the Jews were pleased with the arrival of Umar and the Muslims, and with their just rule.
However, it must be noted that regardless of whether the rock has importance for this reason, its main significance derives from it being within the boundaries of Al Masjid Al Aqsa and therefore part of Al Masjid Al Aqsa. On arrival into Jerusalem. Al Masjid Al Aqsa was then converted into a palace, and it took 88 years before the Muslims reclaimed it in under the leadership of the great leader Salahuddin Ayyubi.
Like Umar Ibn Al Khattab, Salahuddin Ayabbi did not allow a massacre of civilians or soldiers, and after reclaiming Al Masjid Al Aqsa he also used his own hands to clean the blessed land, and famously sprinkled rosewater through the Masjid. The Muslims once again had unhindered control of Jerusalem and Al Masjid Al Aqsa for a significant period of time — approximately eight centuries — and their rule was characterized by peace, justice and prosperity, with Al Masjid Al Aqsa becoming a great centre of learning with scholars from all over the world travelling to study and teach within its blessed precincts.
Throughout almost this entire period, the Christians and Jews were provided safety and protection, and their rights were respected as People of the Book. From to the present day For numerous centuries during the Ottoman caliphate, the city of Jerusalem and Al Masjid Al Aqsa were preserved with honour and dignity, with Muslims being in charge of the administration of the city, but in line with Islamic law and the Ottoman millet system, they provided religious freedom and security for the Jewish and Christian minorities.
However all this changed when the Zionist movement in Europe emerged with the aim of creating a Jewish state on Muslim Palestinian land.
This Zionist movement which was supported by the British, was further strengthened during World War 1 when the British captured Jerusalem and brought an end to eight centuries of Muslim rule. Five years after the British capture of Jerusalem, the first restoration works of the 20th century in Al Masjid Al Aqsa took place, and a couple of years later in Trans-Jordan took over custodianship of Al Masjid Al Aqsa.
In following a further war, Israel illegally occupied East Jerusalem and claimed to unify Jerusalem as part of Israel. This move was.
Following its capture of Jerusalem and the protests that followed, the Jewish authorities swiftly handed Al Masjid Al Aqsa back to Muslim control. However since many Israeli authorities have passed rulings permitting Jews to offer worship on the site of Al Masjid Al Aqsa and many organisations have been lobbying Israeli officials to start the process of rebuiliding a Jewish place of worship on the sacred land of Al Masjid Al Aqsa.
In a fire that was started by a Zionist extremist destroyed the mimbar that was installed by Salahuddin Ayyubi. The mimbar was considered one of the most beautiful in the world and was constructed with over 10, interlocking pieces of Cedar and other wood, Ivory and Mother of Pearl affixed without a drop of glue or a single nail.
Most of the damage from the fire took over 20 years to repair, due to the Israelis not allowing suitable resources into Al Masjid Al Aqsa. He who is grafted onto me is grafted onto Him from Whom I have come. I hold a lamp in my hand. Any person who comes to me will certainly partake of the light of this lamp. But those who flee as a result of delusion and distrust will be thrown into darkness.
I am the invincible citadel of this age. Only he who enters therein will be secure from the scourge of swindlers, crooks and ferocious beasts. But he, who prefers to stay away from my periphery, will confront death from all directions!
Even his corpse will not be secure. Who is it who enters my citadel?
Only he who discards all vice and instead embraces the path of rectitude. He who gives up the path of crookedness and treads along the path of truthfulness. He who cuts asunder from the bondage of Satan and becomes an obedient servant of God.
Everyone who does that is of me and I am of him. At the close of the book Ghulam Ahmad has made an announcement to the effect that all those who would like to ask any questions or who have any objections against Islam, the Qur'an and the prophet Muhammad, or against himself Ghulam Ahmad or his claims or the work that he is doing, should write to him and seriously and sincerely ask for his answers.
He states in this announcement that he will publish their questions or objections with his answers in a book form. Writings of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.
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