Free ebook : The rise of Islam

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During the last 20 years, the number of Muslims in the world has been increasing steadily. Statistics for the year 1973 indicate that the world population of Muslims was 500 million; now, it has reached 1.5 billion. Today, every fourth person is a Muslim.1 It is probable that the Muslim population will continue to increase and that Islam will become the world’s largest religion.

The reason for this steady rise is not only the increasing population in Muslim countries, but also the growing numbers of people who are turning to Islam, a phenomenon that has gained momentum, especially after the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 (hereinafter referred to as 9/11). This attack, deplored by everyone, especially Muslims, has suddenly turned people’s attention (especially Americans) to Islam. People in the West are talking a lot about what kind of a religion Islam is, what the Qur’an says, what obligations come with being a Muslim, and how Muslims are required to conduct their affairs. This interest has naturally brought about a rise in the number of people worldwide turning to Islam. So, the commonly heard prediction after 9/11 that “this attack will change the course of world history” has, in a sense, started to come true. The process of returning to religious and spiritual values, which the world has been experiencing for a long time, has become a turning to Islam.

Sometimes, when such developments are reported by the media, we see how extraordinary these events really are. Although sometimes presented as ordinary occurrences, in reality they are signs that Islamic morality has begun to spread throughout the world very quickly.

We must realize that these signs are either ignored in favor of other events, or cannot properly be appreciated by many people. However, it is of great importance that:

Prominent statesmen quote the Qur’an in their speeches and take every occasion to express their reverence for it.

They have begun to visit mosques and ask for detailed information about Islam.

For the first time in history, the Pope has invited Christians and Muslims to fast together for one day.

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Free ebook : Miracles in our bodies

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Dear children, prepare yourselves to step into a broad and miraculous world in a little while. In fact, this world interests you closely. Although you might not have realised until now, trillions of workers of this world have been unceasingly working for you. You are surprised, aren’t you?

This marvellous world is your body and the workers which have been working for you are your body cells. Every point of your body consists of cells. At this moment, there are trillions of cells in your body that are at your service. They are working even while you are reading this book. For example, your eye cells are carrying out a number of processes ceaselessly in order to enable you to read. As you breathe, the cells in your windpipe and then the cells in your lungs come into play. In the meantime, the cells in your stomach are probably digesting the food you ate a few hours ago.

What we have mentioned here are only a few of the processes that are continually carried out in your body. All of these happen without your even being aware of them. How is that trillions of cells come together, know what to do and co-operate to function? Moreover, no trouble arises during these processes. No cell attempts to do another’s task or refuses to perform its own task. Besides, all these processes take place with an extraordinary speed.

In the coming pages, we will examine how daily tasks, such as digestion, respiration, seeing and hearing are, in reality, quite splendid. We will witness that our cells sometimes act like a chemist to produce chemical substances, sometimes act like an engineer to make calculations and sometimes work to meet the needs of some other cells.

It is astonishing that all these are achieved by cells that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. Moreover, the cells in our bodies perform these vital functions without receiving any help. Remember that these cells are not human beings like us. They can neither see each other nor hear, nor decide to “do wise work”. They have no ears or brains. They have not studied chemistry, but, as we will see in the following sections, they know chemical formulas and can produce substances according to these formulas. How is it that they can do all these?

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Free ebook : The Knights Templars

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Another ebook from Harun Yahya, The Knights Templars. This ebook is in English and i still not enough time to translate it to Malay. Are there anyone that can contribute his/her effort to translate it to Malay? I will appreciate it and i will use it to convert to an ebook insyaAllah.

In this ebook, Harun Yahya xplain details about The Knights Templars that finally become The Freemasons. It is so important to know about them because they are related to the biggest conspiracy of the world and Dajjal. Happy reading and jazaakumullahu khoirol jazaa’  🙂

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Free ebook : A call for unity

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We are living in an era in which the world is desperately in need of peace, friendship, and solidarity. The tensions and conflicts that so defined the twentieth century continue in this new century, and innocent people all around the world continue to suffer from them.

Despite the urgent need for solidarity and cooperation, certain circles are inciting conflict, particularly conflict between the world’s two greatest and deep-rooted civilizations. This issue needs to be scrutinized, as the war of civilizations that they envisage would have disastrous consequences for humanity. One of the best ways of preventing such a disaster is to strengthen the dialogue and cooperation between these civilizations. This is not a hard task, as there are no fundamental differences between Islam and the Judeo-Christian western world. To the contrary, there is much common ground between them. Considering the current situation and the nature of the world’s problems, these shared values will make the cooperation necessary for solving them possible.

Today, ideological struggles, indeed, continue to divide the world. However, Muslims are not at one pole and Jews and Christians are not at the opposing pole. In fact, one pole represents people who believe in God’s existence and unity, and the other pole represents the unbelievers, who believe in such anti-religious ideologies as materialism and Darwinism. There is only one way to defeat the alliance of the various groups of unbelievers on an ideological level: eradicate the negative and destructive influences of anti-religious materialism and further the cause of a society dominated by morality, happiness, tranquility, security, and prosperity. This will be done by forming an alliance of all conscientious people, namely, sincere Christians, along with religious Jews and Muslims, who will come together and unite in this common cause.

There have been conflicts and disputes between members of these three religions in the past, but those were the result of the erroneous reasoning and evil motives of certain states, nations, and individuals who pursued their own economic and political gain instead of the central beliefs of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. One of the common aims of these divinely revealed religions is to ensure the happiness, security, peace, and tranquility of all people by opposing conflict.

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Free ebook : 24 Hours in the Life of a Muslim

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In the Qur’an, Allah Himself responds to all the questions a person needs answered throughout his life and provides the perfect and most rational solutions for all problems that arise. As Allah says in the second verse of Surat al-Baqara, “That is the Book, without any doubt. It contains guidance for those who guard against evil.” Other verses also show that our Lord has explained everything in the Qur’an:

There is instruction in their stories for people of intelligence. This is not a narration which has been invented but confirmation of all that came before, a clarification of everything, and a guidance and a mercy for people who believe. (Surah Yusuf: 111)

… We have sent down the Book to you making all things clear and as guidance and mercy and good news for the Muslims. (Surah an-Nahl: 89)

A person of faith orders his whole life according to the Qur’an and strives to apply carefully from day to day what he has read and learned in its verses. In everything he does from the moment he gets up in the morning until the time he falls asleep at night, he is intent on thinking, speaking and acting according to the teachings of the Qur’an. Allah shows in the Qur’an that this dedication dominates the whole life of a believer.

Say: “My prayer and my rites, my living and my dying, are for Allah alone, the Lord of all the worlds.” (Surat al-An’am: 162)

But some people think that religion is composed of rituals limited to certain times-that life is divided into times for prayer and other times. They think about Allah and the afterlife only when they pray, fast, give sadaqah or go on the pilgrimage to Makkah. At other times they are engrossed in the business of the world. Life in this world is for them an unpleasant rat-race. Such people are almost totally divorced from the Qur’an and have their own personal goals in life, their own understanding of morality, their own worldview and sense of values. The have no idea of what the teaching of the Qur’an really means.

A person who adopts the teaching of the Qur’an and follows the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, as his principle of living will certainly live life quite differently from someone with this mentality. Such a person will not forget that he is subject to the destiny that Allah has decreed for him and will live his life trusting in, and submitting to, Him. Therefore, he will know that he must not be anxious, sad, fearful, worried, pessimistic or depressed; or overtaken by panic in the face of difficulties. He will meet everything that comes along in the way that Allah advises and approves. His every word, decision and action show that he lives according to the Sunnah which is the practical embodiment of the teaching of the Qur’an. Whether he is taking a walk, eating a meal, going to school, studying, working, playing sports, having a conversation, watching television or listening to music, he is aware that he is responsible for living his life according to the what is pleasing to Allah. He takes care of matters with which he has been entrusted meticulously and is concerned at the same time to win Allah’s favour in the things he does. He never behaves in a way unbefitting the teaching of the Qur’an or contrary to the Sunnah.

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