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It is a translation of (Cevap Veremedi) into English. Harputlu Ishâk Effendi explains how the Bible - the true book revealed to Isa 'alaihis-salam - was distorted; how words that belonged to people were put into firstly written four Gospels; that the theory of trinity is erroneous; the belief of Tawhid (the unity of Allahu ta’ala) in Islam. Besides, a few very precious letters - a food of a soul by Muhammad Ma’sûm-î Fârûkî - take place. Information about Judaism, Torah and Talmud is also given.

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Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 13 could not answer Turkish version by HÜSEYN HİLMİ IŞIK Eleventh Edition Hakîkat Kitâbevi Darüşşefeka Cad. 53/A P.K.: 35 34083 Fatih-ISTANBUL/TURKEY Tel: 90.212.523 4556–532 5843 Fax: 90.212.523 3693 http://www.hakikatkitabevi.com e-mail: bilgi@hakikatkitabevi.com NOVEMBER-2012

  • Page 2 and 3: CONTENTS Chapter Page No. Essence o
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  • Page 8 and 9: Jews and Christians, who are ahl al
  • Page 10 and 11: held at different places made compl
  • Page 12 and 13: Priests, in their turn, well aware
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  • Page 28 and 29: following letter which Rasûlullah
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  • Page 36 and 37: Bartholomew is the carnage of sixty
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  • Page 40 and 41: than anything else. Furthermore, th
  • Page 42 and 43: ignorant idiots passing for sages,
  • Page 44 and 45: concerning the Old Testament here.
  • Page 46 and 47: Protestants themselves admitted the
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  • Page 50 and 51: took for granted. Their successors,
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    excise this book, i.e. John’s Rev

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    eleventh verse to the sixteenth ver

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    Third: Papias, who was the bishop o

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    i.e. the Apostles, not to go to [ca

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    thee to have thy brother’s wife.

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    la’thi’el, which was the son of

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    and does not deserve trust. Third e

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    — 5 — CONTRADICTIONS AND DISCRE

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    nevertheless, count only forty. Acc

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    name Em-man’u-el, ...” (Matt: 1

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    taken to the desert by the Spirit.

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    above, For it would be paradoxical

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    the eleventh verse of the third cha

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    time the cock crew. And Peter calle

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    priests and Pharisees came together

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    upbraided them with their unbelief

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    that they had seen a spirit.” “

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    ye retain, they are retained.”

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    yet”; he showed himself to his Ap

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    in the third and later verses of it

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    elieving in the Pope as such, have

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    In the tenth verse of the twenty-se

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    slightest addition or subtraction e

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    einforced by the consequent tribal

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    give up the business of inviting pe

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    difference between the believers of

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    word of Allah according to Jews and

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    Second: If a religion’s spreading

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    Christian states. 3 — No one can

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    his son shall be killed. His proper

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    thousand by slaughtering in Delhi.

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    means to announce and spread the ka

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    Prophet. Therefore, if you test Muh

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    eloved ones of Allah before you. I

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    of their letters. In the early year

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    and going out for Holy War against

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    as the polytheists augmented their

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    dates. They were fully fed. Then he

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    ecited a couplet saying that he was

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    which happened before his prophetho

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    — 8 — QUR’ÂN AL-KERÎM and T

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    not come to make dissension or war.

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    much as you can, to learn and utili

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    placed you with authority on earth,

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    following meaning: “It is part of

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    7 — It is stated in the Gospel of

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    judge between man and man, (Allâhu

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    yourself, desire it for all others,

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    “The woman and the man guilty of

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    prohibition of adultery remained. B

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    necessities of humanity; Christiani

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    children; it has been prohibited th

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    publicly, though it is declared in

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    partner to his Rabb in his worshipp

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    Me, and I shall respond to you [acc

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    Rasûlullah ‘sall-Allâhu alaihi

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    Âl-i-’Imrân sûra: “Fair in t

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    come into an house, salute it.”

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    which were held several hundred yea

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    Qur’ân al-kerîm and the Books s

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    said: “State the people whom you

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    hadîth-i-sherîf states: “He who

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    them. ...” (3-110) And the hundre

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    The gravest punishment to be inflic

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    — 9 — TRINITY (Belief in Three

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    was alive by making the Apostles ea

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    ‘But the transfer from Jewish to

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    disciples of Jesus. This document r

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    it. To salvage as much as possible

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    story and in the religion which flo

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    the Jews had been exchanged for the

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    Christian religion. The governor to

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    fact, would it not be cruelty for J

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    John states: “And this is life et

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    God our Saviour.” (Jude: 25)] The

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    Father.” (Matt: 20-20, 21, 22, 23

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    calamities and afflictions that hav

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    speak unto you I speak not of mysel

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    Gospel of Matthew that Îsâ ‘ala

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    without any parents at all. Accordi

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    salâm’. The meaning of this vers

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    Gospel of John: “... as thou, Fat

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    to purge the earth of evils and dem

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    (arche). He accepted numbers up to

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    Plato states in his Menon speech th

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    Word is creative and that the Word

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    which were written after the Apostl

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    and believed that Allâhu ta’âl

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    clergy can freely accept or reject

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    predestined. Afterwards, the sects

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    Allah and that Allâhu ta’âlâ i

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    accompanied Îsâ ‘alaihis-salâm

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    Sharî’at of Mûsâ ‘alaihis-sa

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    — 11 — PRIESTS’ ATTACKS ON IS

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    the Word of Allah. It contains no l

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ, who is the most

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    1 — Şirk: [1] means to worship s

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    priests, pardoning of Muslims’ si

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    virtuous than Muhammad ‘alaihis-s

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    on him. The wicked unbeliever Ibni

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    perform the physical worships of a

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    give him a piece of advice. The doo

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    and sajda (prostration), in which o

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    Believers, run to salvation and hap

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    means, “I know my Rabb (Allah) is

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    Allah, I felt no pain.” There are

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    3 — Why should it be contrary to

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    3 — Waqfa on Arafa: (To perform t

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    extremely unhealthy, especially in

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    Islam prescribes three standards fo

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    Since it is declared definitely by

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    sitting. If he cannot manage this e

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    their lifetime. One would be tired

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    — 12 — ANSWERS TO A PRIEST’S

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    nation. Could it be the case that t

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    it anywhere.” For they have defin

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    he was never heard to say ‘No’

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    sums up to mean that Islam is not a

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    These are the cruelties exercised b

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    the war of Çanakkale, African and

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    And yet the priest goes on, “The

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    administration and execution based

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    divine will of Allâhu ta’âlâ.

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    disagreements among people and to t

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    The eighth and later verses of the

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    short, as it is seen, according to

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    wailed for mercy the spectators, i.

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    ow, namely a struggle for position,

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    and elsewhere, reaches well beyond

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    Thus, despite the admonitions of Î

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    in the text, for many long years Pr

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    ANSWER: Through these statements of

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    this âyat-i-kerîma, do not even h

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    away from killing someone else. Fea

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    is quite incommensurable to slavery

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    was emancipating a slave and marryi

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    a prohibition of marrying more than

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    tempting him.” “And he answered

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    entered into for three purposes: 1

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    and when they visit their acquainta

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    man, who has been going out with a

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    when he says, “...it is written i

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    27-56) According to Mark, none of t

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    them and said, ‘O thee, who art t

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    33) The other three Gospels do not

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    narrative contradicts the miracle o

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    Qur’ân al-kerîm) have interpret

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    — 13 — ALLÂHU TA’ÂLÂ IS ON

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    is like a mirror. Greatness of All

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    felicity. Attempting to compare wha

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    It is out of the question for two g

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    nonexistence or cease to exist, and

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    wujûd, the real and only being to

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    It is not permissible to doubt this

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    — 14 — A DISCOURSE ON KNOWLEDGE

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    (somewhat low on both poles) globe

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    power. The ’Ulamâ of Kelâm have

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    the power enough to create every di

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    Ghafûr, that is, He has very much

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    as to this deduction? O priest! You

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    person who says that Allah has a so

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    and be ye saved, all the ends of th

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    instead of ‘Allah’.] Fakhr-ud-d

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    without evidence that God entered

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    — 18 — CONCERNING THE FOUR GOSP

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    Apostles), had not seen Îsâ ‘al

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    — 19 — JUDAISM — THE TAURAH

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    which the unbelievers had been usin

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    Jews restored the Mesjîd-i-Aqsâ.

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    salâm’ built the (Mesjîd-i-Aqs

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    one do to become a pious person? Th

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    centuries of the Christian era and

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    Talmud and fifteen per cent of the

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    Then he mounted her and rode to the

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    enlightened person’s business in

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    eloved to Allâhu ta’âlâ. Being

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ will save him fr

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    with these two!” It is stated in

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    TRANSLATION of 83rd LETTER Hadrat M

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    to escape being tormented for their

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    TRANSLATION of 16th LETTER We have

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    turn, reproduce other human beings.

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    one must add the expression (Muhamm

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    TRANSLATION of 154th LETTER Serve y

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    THE BELIEF of AHL AS-SUNNA The beli

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    He shall strengthen Islam; îmân s

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    Books, newspapers, films, radios ha

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    harâm in every religion. Their pun

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    BOOKS PUBLISHED BY HAKİKAT KİTABE

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