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Why Did They Become Muslims

WHY DID THEY BECOME MUSLIMS? The book Why Did They Become Muslims consists of 3 sections. Section I is a book of Islam and Christianity. Information about Prophets, books, religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) is given, conditions of being a true Muslim are explained, the words of those filled with admiration for Islam and the lives of 42 people who being a member of other religions chose Islam are narrated. Section II is a book of the Qur’an-ı Karîm and the Torah and the Bibles as of Today. Information about today’s Torah and Bibles is given, errors in the Bible are explained; that the Qur’an-ı Karîm is the last and unchangeable book is explained scientifically. Besides, explained are miracles, virtues, moral practices and habits of Muhammad ´alayhissalâm. Section III is a book of Islam and Other Religions. That Islam is not a religion of savageness, that a true Muslim is not ignorant, that there can be no philosophy in Islam are explained along with explanations of primitive religions and celestial religions.

Why Did They Become

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 16 WHY DID THEY BECOME MUSLIMS? M. Sıddık Gümüş 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 MARCH-2014

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  • Page 6 and 7: We hold the belief that this work w
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  • Page 18 and 19: salâm’, had announced. Peace in
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  • Page 32 and 33: with it. As we walked past a cluste
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  • Page 36 and 37: What I like best about Islam is the
  • Page 38 and 39: castigated them, saying, “Why don
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  • Page 42 and 43: that beautiful and true belief had
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    examination and forming an opinion

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    a widely known family, he possesses

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    17 JALÂLEDDÎN LAUDER BRUNTON (G.B

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    Allah and reality became manifest i

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    kerîm purports, “Those people wh

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    Eventually, I was given an office i

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    given me a great pleasure. Allâhu

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    [Likewise, He gives life to dead he

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    would provide him refuge. Consequen

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    The veracity of these statements ge

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    22 LADY ZAYNAB EVELYN COMBOLD (G.B.

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    accomplishment of a more peaceful a

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    On my way back home, I looked for a

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    have belief in Allâhu ta’âlâ,

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    cult of that sort could not be a tr

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    “The Islamic Culture” at a univ

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    communicate that sacred book to the

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    children. We should be able to chas

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    27 J.W. LOVEGROVE (G.B.) I would li

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    which I liked very much. However, F

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    Punjab University and who knew Engl

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    5) The equilibrium that Islam maint

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    My Heaven!” (89-27, 28, 29, 30) T

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    only a moment before the source of

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    moment for me. When the performance

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    way of truth. The sources of knowle

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    Buddhism. It is somewhat similar to

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    of mountains that would defy an ave

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    In the meantime, Japan had joined t

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    Most of the Japanese people are Bud

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    close to the Creator. My life style

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    a devoted Catholic, my mother wishe

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    1949. I read it. I consulted the Is

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    nationality, or country, Muslims al

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    eligion that belongs not only to th

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    - 4 - CONCLUSIONS DRAWN FROM THE ST

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    the poor, without censuring the ric

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    IN SHORT When you read these lovely

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    ‘the born slave (creature) of God

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    All the connoisseurs agree as to th

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    It was neither curly, nor at all to

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    Only, from the mid-chest downwards,

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    PART TWO QUR’ÂN AL-KERÎM and TO

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    the Word of Allah and that the Chri

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    All worldly existence is transient,

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    Qur’ân al-kerîm, is the true Bo

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    some people, some of them are narra

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    was hidden by the bigoted Christian

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    enowned prime minister Churchill, [

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    gave [sent there] his only son, [th

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    contain passages surviving from the

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    England, and decide that these erro

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    “There are people who argue that

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    Now let us quote some vague passage

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    Since the books contained in the Ho

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    adds: “This passage, which is a m

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    Jews: “And it came to pass at tha

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    work, nor did he command any of his

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    ‘Rise, take up thy bed, and walk.

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    For the mission that God had given

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    with miracles (mu’jizas) coextens

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    11) It is admitted by Christian the

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    the Bible you claim to be true? In

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    strongly, and let them read those b

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    were appointed to higher positions,

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    Christians, but because they are no

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    THE QUR’ÂN AL-KERÎM It is writt

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    part of our book. On the other hand

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    eligious knowledge inferred by way

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    great superiority and who wished to

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    “Do they not consider the meaning

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    esearch for new sources, e.g. atomi

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    society should have discovered and

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    interest in learning. He married Ha

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    The following conclusion can be dra

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    whom He pleaseth, [i.e. the good]:

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    deep-seated rancour urges the Chris

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    everywhere. Îsâ’s ‘alaihis-sa

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    “ALLÂHU TA’ÂLÂ SHALL REWARD

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    MIRACLES of MUHAMMAD ‘alaihis-sal

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    contained in the Torah, in the Bibl

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    Prophet’s Mosque) in Medina. Ras

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    ’alaihi wa sallam’. When he put

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    they ate it from that container, th

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    charge of the dates that had been (

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    39- He said to Mu’âwiya ‘radiy

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    hadîth, and in fiqh. The Sahâba a

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    his right hand towards his mouth ti

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    put on one of his mests, [1] and wa

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    Medina, sent for the Messenger of A

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    80- In the seventh year of the Hegi

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    VIRTUES of MUHAMMAD ‘alaihis-sal

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    22- He saw the seven stars in the c

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    41- The highest of his superioritie

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    previous night. At that moment Isr

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    other words, it is one of the basic

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    Not so is the case with Rasûlullah

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    of worship performed by his Ummat a

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    Paradise without being called to ac

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    Rasûlullah said he would supply th

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    easily go in and talk with him. 21-

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    sheep without keeping a single head

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    wore his turban without a skull-cap

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    it exceeds the limit. It is an act

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    PART THREE ISLAM and OTHER RELIGION

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    British gold coin cost two hundred

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    see that all the heavenly religions

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    ISLAM IS NOT A RELIGION OF SAVAGERY

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    churches, gave an harsh answer to t

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    elongs to Moses. The commandment yo

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    It is written in the eighth and lat

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    forward to. Dreaming that they woul

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    a new era by conquering Istanbul, h

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    “It is written in a book entitled

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    and the visitors who come to see it

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    and twenty-one disciples by shootin

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    after death, in the existence of Pa

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    “Herein is the letter of immunity

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    last we arrived in Istanbul. The fi

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    Europeans perpetrate cruelties in t

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    Meanwhile, they stab themselves rep

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    Nasrâniyyat, the original form of

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    fantasies, plundering intentions, f

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    ecame the teachers of the entire wo

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    until recent years. Some politician

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    translated into English, and his bo

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