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Discusses hypocrisy from a Qur'anic perspective; throughout history, there have always been hypocrites, people who say one thing, and act differently. This book examines the hypocrites from the point of view of Allah's revealed Word, the Qur'an, and the type of characteristics they display, and the harm they try to cause.

Published: Global Publishing - Emre Calikoglu on
ISBN: 9781458108043
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