Spirituality

Jerusalem Deserves Unique International Status

JERUSALEM DESERVES UNIQUE INTERNATIONAL STATUS By Fethullah Gülen ​  Building peace means building the peace-loving man. Unless man is placed at the centre of the solution to problems that emerged in and from man, investing in political and legal systems will remain a waste of time and resources. The Almighty has created in every man, the natural disposition to good …

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Armed Forces Flag Day Awareness Campaign: Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Praises Shah Rukh Khan

WordForPeace.com Nirmala Sitharaman recently expressed her “gratitude” to the Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan. She praised him for supporting the Armed Forces Flag Day awareness campaign. The Defence Ministry celebrates Armed Forces Flag Day every year to pay tribute to personnel of the Indian Armed forces. Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman recently expressed her “gratitude” to the Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh …

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Sufism: Lost Chance Of Islamic Reformation – Analysis

WordForPeace.com By Farid Shafiyev Sometime around 1417, the Azerbaijani poet Imaddadin Nasimi was executed in Aleppo for blasphemy by being skinned alive. He followed his teacher, Fazlullah Naimi, who had been executed several years earlier for apostasy. Nasimi and Naimi belonged to Hurufi, a branch of Sufism, which preached that every man contains a piece of God and through self-perfection …

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Killing: The Gravest Sin In Islam:  A Muslim cannot take any innocent life of a human being of any Faith, in any circumstance

By Maulana Asrarul Haque Qasmi (Translated from Urdu by Ghulam Rasool Dehlavi) Holy Quran: “Do not take life which God has made inviolate” (Al-Isra) Ulema (Islamic scholars) interpreted this verse that “the blood of a peace-loving non-Muslim is equal to that of Muslims. A Muslim cannot take life of any human being of any Faith, in any circumstances…… Today human …

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Hazrat Habeeb Ajmi (r.a): Essence of Islamic Teachings is Love

WordForPeace.com Here we present glimpses of another eminent saint in the line of believers who were able to witness the group of believers that had witnessed the Sahaba, also known as Taba Taba’een. Hazrat Habeeb Ajmi (r.a) was a strict adherent to the injunctions of Shariah and was linked to the sufi discipline as well. His status amongst the friends …

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Recalling Hazrat Malik bin Dinar, the earliest Sufi saint in Kerala

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi  A mystic, moralist and excellent calligrapher of the Quran, Malik bin Dinar was the earliest Sufi saint in South India. A mystic, moralist and excellent calligrapher of the Quran, Malik bin Dinar was the earliest Sufi saint in South India. He was reportedly among Prophet Muhammad’s noble companions who reached the coastal areas of Malabar. …

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India and Nepal: Cultural, Religious and Spiritual Relations

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi There is an all-inclusive and all-embracing notion of humanism which enhances the composite culture of India and enlarges its ambit of Peace and Non-violence. With the basic concepts of humanism in view, it’s highly important to understand that our countries in South Asia while enjoying their own peculiarities, have imbibed the Rishi-Sufi tradition and composite …

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Islamic Scholar Fethullah Gülen’s Rebuttals to Religious Extremism مذہبی انتہا پسندی پر فتح اللہ گولن کا رد عمل

By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi, WordForPeace.com    فتح گولن نے دہشت گردی اور خود کش حملوں پر اسلامی موقف پر ایک علمی اور فنی کتاب بھی شائع کی ہے، جن میں انہوں نے انسانی اور مذہبی بنیادوں پر اس طرح کے اقدامات کی مذمت کی ہے۔ انہوں نے صرف مغربی قارئین ہی نہیں بلکہ ہزاروں مسلمانوں کے اجتماعات میں اپنی مسجد کے …

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