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The Life of Caliph AliEach Sahabi in Islam glittered like a bright star to guide others to the right path.

From amongst them, Hazrat Ali (RA), the fourth Caliph and the son in law of Nabi (Salallahu Alayhi Wasallam), is held in the highest esteem by Muslims.

Umar Faruq (RA)The biographies of the Great Caliphs are always an inspiring read and a learning of the history of Islam.

The book, although compact and brief, gives an account of the many facets of the life of this noble and great personality in the context of the historical background of the time.
Umar Faruq (RA) - the daring soldier, just ruler and pillar of Islam - is revealed to us in what is a very readable book.

Essentially ‘The Gospel of Barnabas’ is a translation from the Italian manuscript into English - by Lonsdale and Lorna Raggs - of what is ‘a gospel’ depicting the life of Jesus by his disciple, Barnabas.

First published in 1977, Muhammad 'Ata ur-Rahim's classic text examines Hazrat Esa (AS) (Jesus), as a prophet teaching the Unity of God, and the historical collapse of Christianity as it abandoned his teaching.

Rapid and continuous progress in the field of technology especially modern electronic media has eroded our moral, cultural and religious values. Muslims are confused as well as desperate, the greatest difficulty being lack of time.

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