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Islam Denounces Terrorism

Islam Denounces Terrorism

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If Islam is a religion of peace, why the misunderstanding? How can a religion of peace gain a reputation for being a religion of war and terror? The answer lies in the way that Islamic scriptures are misinterpreted to suit perverted agendas. Words and phrases that are often repeated in the media have been misconstrued by individuals to give incorrect meanings. The deliberate blur between ‘jihad’ and acts of terror has been a phenomenon that has resulted from those unqualified in the science of Sacred Law.
If Islam is a religion of peace, why the misunderstanding? How can a religion of peace gain a reputation for being a religion of war and terror? The answer lies in the way that Islamic scriptures are misinterpreted to suit perverted agendas. Words and phrases that are often repeated in the media have been misconstrued by individuals to give incorrect meanings. The deliberate blur between ‘jihad’ and acts of terror has been a phenomenon that has resulted from those unqualified in the science of Sacred Law.

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Published by: Misbah ul Islam Andrabi on Mar 04, 2013
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ISLAM DENOUNCES TERRORISMGod calls to the Abode of Peace and He guides whomHe wills to a straight path(Qur’an, 10:25)HARUN YAHYA
 
First English Edition published in January 2002Published by
Amal Press
PO BOX 688BristolBS99 3ZREnglandWebsite: http://www.amalpress.comE-mail: info@amalpress.comBy Harun YahyaTranslated by: Carl Rossini and Ron EvansEdited by Aftab A. MalikA Catalog Record of this book is available from the British LibraryISBN: 0-9540544-1-5Special thanks to F.A Khan, Zain ul-Abedin and Hammayun, 'Ali.All translations from the Qur'an are from "The Noble Qur'an: a New
 
Rendering of its Meaning in English"by Hajj Abdalhaqq and Aisha Bewley, published by Bookwork, Norwich, UK.1420 CE/1999 AH.Website:
www.harunyahya.comwww.hyahya.orgwww.islamdenouncesterrorism.com

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