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Notes on Muhammadanism, being outlines of the religious system of Islam

By: Hughes, Thomas Patrick, 1838-1911;

...MUHAMMADANISM NOTES ON MUHAMMADANISM, BEING OUTLINES OF THE RELIGIOUS SYSTEM OF ISLAM. BY THE REV. T. P. HUGHES, M.R.A.S., C.M.S., Missionary to th... ...E TO THE FIRST EDITION. THERE is a general impression amongst European students of Islam, that it is a simple system of Deism unfettered by numerous d... ...uham- madanism really is. Dean Stanley has an ad mirable chapter on the subject of Islam in his VI PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. u Eastern Church&quo... ...ceive the sayings and practices of their Prophet as of divine obligation ; for, in Islam, the teachings of the " Sacred Traditions " must be... ...ion which may be suggestive to Missionaries and others in terested in the study of Islam. Upon a thoughtful study of the present work, the reader cann... ...ut Muslim divines would spurn such teaching as unworthy of theologians, whether of Islam or of Christianity. The trumpet must give no uncertain sound.... ...TION. to offer in the place of opinions renounced. If we call upon the millions of Islam to loose from their moorings amidst the reefs and shoals of a... ...m, must ever remember that it contains a two-fold element of truth. The Founder of Islam derived much of his system from that great unwritten law of G... ...show of outward observance, and its severe legal enactments, there is something in Islam which strikes at the very root of morals, poisons domestic li...

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The law of apostasy in Islam : answering the question why there are so few Moslem converts, and giving examples of their moral courage and martyrdom

By: Zwemer, Samuel Marinus, 1867-1952
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Tercümet ür-rislet ül-amdye; Volume: 4

By: Jisr, usayn ibn Muammad, 1845-1910
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Rūmūz ül-ḥikem

By: Sāmī Paṣa, Abdūrraḥmān. d. 1881
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The religion of Islám

By: Klein, Frederick Augustus, D. 1903
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Ray al-dn bayna al-sil wa-al-mujb f kull m yahummu al-Muslim al-muir

By: Bah, Muammad
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Nuzul al-abrr bi-al-ilm al-mathr min al-adyah wa-al-adhkr

By: Muammad Iddq Asan, Nawab of Bhopal, 1832-1890
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Islam, Allah's ėternal jurisprudence

By: Manṣūr, ʻAbd al-ʻAzīm
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Notes on Islam. Collected and edited by Khan Bahadur Hajee Khaja Muhammad Hussain

By: Hussain, Ahmed, nawab amin jung bahadur, Sir 1863-; Muhammad Hussain, Khaja, khan bahadur, 1858-

...HE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY FROM THE CANADA COUNCIL SPECIAL GRANT FOR ISLAMIC STUDIES NOTES ON ISLAM BY SIR AHMED HUSSAIN, K.C.I.E., C.S.L (... ...ST CHAPTER OP THE QURAN . 15 8. WHAT is RELIGION ? * . .20 4. WHAT IB TRUE ISLAM ? . . .25 5. WHAT is NOT ISLAM . , ,29 6. "ISLAM" AND "... ... ? . . .25 5. WHAT is NOT ISLAM . , ,29 6. "ISLAM" AND "NOT-ISLAM ". . . 85 7. WHY is ISLAM THE BEST RELIGION ? . 48 8. UNITY & UN... ...REFORMATION * . . 87 OUR PRAYER * , f f . 97 Worship Truth Love Humanity. Islamic Maxim FOREWORD THE following Notes were enclosed by the author in ... ...s have been added for the same purpose. He frankly admits that his view of Islam is neither quite orthodox nor quite heterodox but something midway be... ...wledge I get may be the knowledge worth having. Thomas a Kempis. NOTES ON ISLAM Note 1. Introduction. CWO of you Lateef and Altaf will recollect that... ...mber that Amjud or Mahmood even went so far as to ask what was the good of Islam, when countries and people professing that faith had weak govern ment... ...the true spirit of the religion of our fore fathers. I firmly believe that Islam is the best (6j religion in the world I mean. Islam rightly understoo... ...er fiction." I am more than ever convinced of two char acteristics of Islam : 1st. It is not inconsistent with true Chris tianity, or with any ot...

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Notes On Islam

By: Sir Ahmed Hussain K. C. I. E. C. S. I. ;

...eshave been added for the same purpose. He frankly admits that his view of Islam is neither quite orthodox nor quite heterodox but something midway be... ...T CHAPTEB OF THE QUB'AN . 15 8. WHAT is RELIGION ? .... 20 4, WHAT is TBUE ISLAM?.... 25 ft 5. WHAT is NOT ISLAM .... 29 6. " ISLAM" AND " NOT-ISLAM f... ...WHAT is NOT ISLAM .... 29 6. " ISLAM" AND " NOT-ISLAM f \ . , 85 7. WHY is ISLAM THE BEST RELIGION ? . 48 8. UNITY & UNION . . 49 fl 9. PEBFECTION & S... ...stray* Amen* * Translated by Musktari Begum of Bejnor and published in the Islamic Review April 1916, Grant that the knowledge I get may be the knowl... ...wledge I get may be the knowledge worth having. Thomas a Kempis. NOTES ON ISLAM Note I. Introduction. CWO of you Lateef and Altaf will recollect that... ...mber that Amjud or Mahmood even went so far as to ask what was the good of Islam, when countries and people professing that faithhad weak govern- ment... ...he true spirit of the religion of our fore- fathers. I firmly believe that Islam is the best {7;} religion in the world I mean, Islam rightly understo... ... after fiction." I am more than ever convinced of two char- acteristics of Islam : 1st. It is not inconsistent with true Chris- tianity, or with any o... ... ^>> One God *^ 3 * " the Peerless One." w (#) I make a difference between Islam and Muhammadanism. The latter is not pure Islam. It has forgotten the...

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Notes on Islam

By: Hussain, Ahmed, Sir, nawab amin jung bahadur, 1863-; Hussain, Khaja Muhammad, khan bahadur, 1858-

...BP UC-NRLF GIFT OF NOTES ON ISLAM BY SIR AHMED HUSSAIN, K.C.I.E., C.S.I ( NAWAB AM1N JUNG BAHADUR ) Col... ...ST CHAPTER OF THE QURAN . 16 8. WHAT is RELIGION ? .... 20 4. WHAT is TRUE ISLAM ? . . . .25 5. WHAT is NOT ISLAM .... 29 6. "ISLAM" AND "NOT-ISLAM". ... ... 5. WHAT is NOT ISLAM .... 29 6. "ISLAM" AND "NOT-ISLAM". . , 85 7. WHY is ISLAM THE BEST RELIGION ? . 48 8. UNITY & UNION . ... 49 9. PERFECTION & SE... ...: MUSLIM REFORMATION ... 87 OUR PRAYER , .97 Worship Truth Love Humanity. Islamic Maxim FOREWORD THE following Notes were enclosed by the author in ... ...s have been added for the same purpose. He frankly admits that his view of Islam is neither quite orthodox nor quite heterodox but something midway be... ...wledge I get may be the knowledge worth having. Thomas a Kempis. NOTES ON ISLAM Note 1. Introduction. CWO of you Lateef and Altaf will recollect that... ...mber that Amjud or Mahmood even went so far as to ask what was the good of Islam, when countries and people professing that faith had weak govern- men... ...he true spirit of the religion of our fore- fathers. I firmly believe that Islam is the best (&) religion in the world I mean, Islam rightly understoo... ... after fiction." I am more than ever convinced of two char- acteristics of Islam : 1st. It is not inconsistent with true Chris- tianity, or with any o...

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The mutual influence of Muhammadans and Hindus in law, morals, and religion during the period of Muhammadan ascendancy. Being the 'Le Bas' prize essay for 1891

By: Thomas, Frederick William, 1867-1956

...cular of the article in the Encyclopaedia JBritannica, Hughes' Dictionary of Islam, the Quran and the notes of Palmer and Wherry, along with Sale's Pr... ...ate. I am under especial obligations to A. von Kremer's Culturgeschichte des Islam unter den ersten Khalifen ; the same author's Geschichte der herrsc... ...en ersten Khalifen ; the same author's Geschichte der herrschenden Ideen des Islam I regret not to have had access to. The chapter on Law and Governme... ...Ali's Observations on the Indian Mussul- mauns, 1832, and Herklots' Qanoon-i-Islam, published in the same year. The concluding 'Retrospect and Forecas... ...e republished contain valuable dis- cussions as to the Present and Future of Islam in India and elsewhere. A like range is covered by Varnbery's well-... ...and elsewhere. A like range is covered by Varnbery's well- known work on Der Islam im I9ten Jahrhundert, and a short tract by Goergens on Der Islam un... ...The double aspect of this vast conception characterizes the whole history of Islam. The Sultans and their janissaries were in a sense the genuine succ... ...es were in a sense the genuine successors of Mahomet and his warrior saints. Islam, therefore, unlike Hinduism, was an essentially ex- pansive religio... ...s later in 636 A.D. the power of Persia was shattered at the battle of 1 'In Islam all meii are alike' is a speech of the Khalif Omar, quoted by Muir,...

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The reproach of Islam

By: Gairdner, W. H. T. (William Henry Temple), 1873-1928
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The faith of Islam

By: Sell, Edward, 1839-1932
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The existence of God

By: Kamal Ud Din, Khwaja, 1870-1932
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The disintegration of Islam

By: Zwemer, Samuel Marinus, 1867-1952
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Tercümet ür-rislet ül-amdye; Volume: 3

By: Jisr, usayn ibn Muammad, 1845-1910
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Tercümet ür-rislet ül-amdye; Volume: 1

By: Jisr, usayn ibn Muammad, 1845-1910
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Tercümet ür-rislet ül-amdye; Volume: 2

By: Jisr, usayn ibn Muammad, 1845-1910
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sile-i ikemye

By: Sá, Arpt, D. 1892
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