The Turkish Peace

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Islam International Publications Ltd, Apr 11, 2019 - Religion - 66 pages

The Turkish Peace is a collection of two addresses by Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Deen Mahmood Ahmad(ra) in the nascent days of the pan-Islamic protest campaign known as the Khilafat Movement, which sought the preservation of the rule of the Sultan of Turkey following the end of the First World War. With great clarity, foresight and understanding, Huzoor not only offered a detailed and layered analysis of how this objective could be achieved but also argued that if Muslims wished to have their voices heard on the global stage, guide policy and be seen as equals of the rest of the world, they would have to unite and work with the longer term objective of curing people of their prejudices against Islam and acquainting them with its pure, progressive, and peaceful teachings. These addresses were an essential word of counsel for the Muslims of the time. They also deal with some of the most pressing issues Muslims face today.


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Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Deen Mahmood Ahmad (1889-1965) was second successor to the Promised Messiah(as), and Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He was a son of the Promised Messiah(as), the tiding of whose birth, extraordinary qualities and achievements was given to the Promised Messiah(as) in the form of a grand Divine prophecy that was published prior to his birth.

Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Deen Mahmood Ahmad was a renowned scholar, both in terms of secular and religious knowledge. His ten-volume commentary of the Holy 5uran is a treasure trove for seekers of divine knowledge. Likewise, he was an orator with unmatched eloquence who kept his audience spellbound for hours on end.

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