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Gyan Islam And Non-Violence

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Gyan Islam And Non-Violence

A number of misunderstandings prevail by connecting violence with Islam. Ugly from of violence, even terrorism, has been connected with a peaceful and value based religion like Islam, due to misunderstandings spread in the name of Kurbani and Jihad. In this book the basic principles and the relation between Non-Violence and Islam have been clarified through the life stories of Prophet Hazerat Muhammad Paigamber, Islamic Caliphs and Saints. This is book divided into three parts. In the first part, Islamic principles have been drawn in which there is no directive for practicing violence. In the second part the rule and life of four caliphs of Islamic administration have been described in brief. In them, too, Islam has been described as religion of mankind. In the view of Gandhiji Hazerat Imama Hussein was the First Satiyagrahi of world. One of the Chapter discusses the Imama Hussein and Battle of Badra. In the third part, the incidents of the life of Prophet Hazerat Mohammad and muslim Saints have been described. In them, too, Non-Violence is often expressed. Today when Islam is being defamed in the world by associating with terrorism, qualities of Islam like Non-Violence, Humanity, Tolerance and Gentleness etc. have been highlighted in this book.

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Brand / Publisher Gyan Books
Return Policy 30 Days
Book Type Text Books
ISBN 9788121210263
Author Mehboob Desai
Language English
Subject Philosophy
Pages 176
Binding Hardback


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Gyan a leading publisher, publishes scholarly books on humanities, social science, information technology, education, defence, encyclopaedia, political science, anthropology, art, biography, history, music, environment, philosophy etc. Gyan is committed to academic books of high potential, in order to flow knowledge from India to the whole world. A world wide network stablished in 1984 , Gyan has come a long way, with over 2500 titles published so far. 

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