Monthly Archives: October 2010

Quran burning plan in Florida September 2010

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Plan of burning the Holy Quran

Today the world is riddled with problems; East to West, North to South, everywhere there are countless troubles and difficulties; in brief, every part of this planet is surrounded with huge discomfort. Human beings are suffering through poverty, fighting, killing, … Continue reading

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Local Islamic society condemns Koran burning

By Vanessa Macdonald – editorial@di-ve.com [www.di-ve.com] The local branch of an Islamic society, Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, has strongly condemned plans to burn copies of the Koran on the anniversary of September 11. On the 9th anniversary of the attacks, the … Continue reading

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A Message of Peace

A Message of Peace The Founder of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as, calls the world towards peace and writes a golden principle for the establishment of peace. In his book ‘A Message of Peace’ he writes: “O … Continue reading

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The importance of tolerance in the contemporary world

In an age where the electronic media has drawn us closer together into what is called a global village, or a global society, its benefits will only be felt when mutual goodness prevails, when mutual respect and understanding prevail. If, … Continue reading

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The burning of churches and Islam

Worship is common to all religions. What differs is only the manner and style of worship. Some people pray to God in a standing posture and some in a sitting posture. In some religions people remember God by kneeling to … Continue reading

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