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Safarnama: Ghayrmulki Asfar (Vol.2)


by Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

First published 2000

This book does not carry a copyright.


The Islamic Centre, New Delhi being a non-profit making institution,
gives its permission to reproduce this book in any form or
to translate it into any language for the propagation
of the Islamic cause.

Distributed by
AL-RISALA
The Islamic Centre
1, Nizamuddin West Market, New Delhi 110 013
Tel. 4625454, 4611128, Fax 4697333, 4647980
e-mail: skhan@vsnl.com
website: http://www.alrisala.org

Distributed in U.K. and Europe by


IPCI: ISLAMIC VISION
481, Coventry Road, Birmingham B10 OJS
Tel. 0121-773 0137, Fax: 0121-766 8577
e-mail: info@ipci-iv.co.uk

Distributed in U.S.A. by
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Tel. 718-2583435
e-mail: kaleem@alrisala.org

Printed by Nice Printing Press, New Delhi:


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Islam in the 21st century

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Islam fulfills all requirements of life.

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(h.g.^

The Italian imperialists exhorted their countrymen to forget


Mazzini and remember Julius Caesar (p. 1058).

(Giuseppe Mazzini) &

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(Julius Caesar) jX%J&Q

(3/579) -fy^LJjJjjrfjJJj/uhjii.JJl

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The main problem of the oil boom is how best to use the large sums of
money available to promote the well-being of the nation as a whole
(10/882).

Libya's New Oil Era

ifaiiJl/fo

syi^j^Afi

12
(Liberation struggles)

4»L
And the winner is.... (p. 21).

#&SW

' 'i/u/jrcJM

J&IJttf/

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2~(WK misvari)

I am ready to give you anything except independence.

14
(Possible*

(Impossible)

(Belgrade).

^>^fa$J^

There is no organised oppression against Muslims in Sri Lanka.

15
(BayeroUniversity)

1. The Pen Weekly


2. The Sunday Triumph Weekly

. (Hausa)

1. Al-Kalam Bi-weekly
2. Al-Fijr Weekly

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The approach of Al-Risala to Islam is the right one, as it emphasises the
position. It does not condemn others for our problems and asks Muslims
to contribute to solving the problems facing Muslim men and women.

(Chad> Jv

It has attracted a wide variety of ethnic groups (4/15).

In Chad, as elsewhere, Christian missionary work has not affected the


Muslim population (4/15).

(Aouzou Strip)

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(YoshiSarid)

Abu after Abu can be liquidated. But this will not liquidate
the Palestinian problem (p. 17).

Mohammad bin Qasim set sail from here to India to spread


the message of Islam.

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and PIA too is flexing its wings (p. 29).

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have stopped printing feminist literature


because of poor sales.

'(SimonedeBeauvoir) jy>JjJ^

They may have escaped from a domineering husband


and the last thing they want is another dominator.

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Safarnama: Ghayrmulki Asfar (Vol.2)
by Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

First published 2000

This book does not carry a copyright.


The Islamic Centre, New Delhi being a non-profit making institution,
gives its permission to reproduce this book in any form or
to translate it into any language for the propagation
of the Islamic cause.

Distributed by
AL-RISALA
The Islamic Centre
1, Nizamuddin West Market, New Delhi 110 013
Tel. 4625454, 4611128, Fax 4697333, 4647980
e-mail: skhan@vsnl.com
website: http://www.alrisala.org

Distributed in U.K. and Europe by


IPCI: ISLAMIC VISION
481, Coventry Road, Birmingham B10 OJS
Tel. 0121-773 0137, Fax: 0121-766 8577
e-mail: info@ipci-iv.co.uk

Distributed in U.S.A. by
AL-RISALA FORUM INTERNATIONAL
1439, Ocean Ave., # 4C, Brooklyn,
New York, NY 11230
Tel. 718-2583435
e-mail: kaleem@alrisala.org

Printed by Nice Printing Press, New Delhi:


5

47

88

144

178

247

264

296

365

400 3)j»s-

502

572

617
Islamic call in the threshold of a new century.

Islam in the 21st century

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The reason for such increase, is that
Islam fulfills all requirements of life.

" 10
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The Italian imperialists exhorted their countrymen to forget


Mazzini and remember Julius Caesar (p. 1058).

(Giuseppe Mazzini) &

(Sisterhood of nations) ^

(14/692) ^

(Julius Caesar) jX%J&Q

(3/579) -fy^LJjJjjrfjJJj/uhjii.JJl

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The main problem of the oil boom is how best to use the large sums of
money available to promote the well-being of the nation as a whole
(10/882).

Libya's New Oil Era

ifaiiJl/fo

syi^j^Afi

12
(Liberation struggles)

4»L
And the winner is.... (p. 21).

#&SW

' 'i/u/jrcJM

J&IJttf/

13
2~(WK misvari)

I am ready to give you anything except independence.

14
(Possible*

(Impossible)

(Belgrade).

^>^fa$J^

There is no organised oppression against Muslims in Sri Lanka.

15
(BayeroUniversity)

1. The Pen Weekly


2. The Sunday Triumph Weekly

. (Hausa)

1. Al-Kalam Bi-weekly
2. Al-Fijr Weekly

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The approach of Al-Risala to Islam is the right one, as it emphasises the
position. It does not condemn others for our problems and asks Muslims
to contribute to solving the problems facing Muslim men and women.

(Chad> Jv

It has attracted a wide variety of ethnic groups (4/15).

In Chad, as elsewhere, Christian missionary work has not affected the


Muslim population (4/15).

(Aouzou Strip)

20
JIj L'j

(Espresso)

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The great man-river builder.

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(YoshiSarid)

Abu after Abu can be liquidated. But this will not liquidate
the Palestinian problem (p. 17).

Mohammad bin Qasim set sail from here to India to spread


the message of Islam.

&^-u'^/^

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have stopped printing feminist literature


because of poor sales.

'(SimonedeBeauvoir) jy>JjJ^

They may have escaped from a domineering husband


and the last thing they want is another dominator.

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^Nobody is sitting here

Lf&J

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(Queen Alia International Airport)

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The Gambia constitutes a finger of territory 20 miles wide and 200 miles
long that thrusts from the cost eastward deep into Senegal (16/531).
(&jfoas^^

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'iJutiUfyvty

>idLs'-&iyl

itfoif.

There are vast regions in the continent that never knew Islamic domina
tion, and yet Islam is spreading there even in these dxays inspite of the
vigilance kept and obstacles set up by their Occidental masters (p. 213).

103
What better way to start a new day than our breakfast buffet?

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(Kinkelibah)

Enterprise Senegalaise de,. B~.P. 10.101,


Ouagou Niayes, Dakar, Senegal, West Africa.

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(mielpops) wLji

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Nous vous souhaitons la bienvenve Novotel (French)

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1. What is Islam
2. Islam in the 21st Century

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Taqwa is to mobilize the people

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^
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The slaves house with its door opened on the ocean is a terrible
reminder of the cruelty of men towards men.

129
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131
(The Daily Telegraph)

d(l (John Wesley)


(upset)

(Peter pallet) ^^

The sound of dogs barking is the worst of 48 everyday


noises that drive people mad

soM^^

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(Conrad) Ji

(excess) J^lj/

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Why people kill each other in the name of God.

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(aircrash)

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Jesus, we are going to die.

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My faith was in the crew.

(Swissair Gazette)

In pharaonic times they were worshipped,


today they are part of a cultural patrimony.
134
(security advice)

Do not leave your baggage unattended.

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Otherwise I have no job.

(Jobless) &

Please call us.. .We will come to accompany you.

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(When marriage pays) 4-Jj{V*4&&r< »

A stable and happy marriage may be a prerequisite for


paying the smallest amount of income and capital gains tax.

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(LufthansaBordbuch) c{

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(non-smoking flights)

The U.S. Administration recently introduced a general


ban on smoking on domestic routes under six hours.

4VkiA<<u^

0j[j^

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From Kuwait to Algiers, A new political openness

t«^

(Eric Goldstein)

Many Arab governments are tolerating independent


political activity to an extent unknown in recent years.

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(communications)

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(openness)

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148
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(re-structuring) &^l^X£

(courage) C^^^

But when the plane came to a standstill he could not leave the cabin by
himself. He had no strength left (p.3).

150
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£ (vertical growth)

(IzmaUovo) J^^

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(IsaacGolobyev) Ji^^

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^j^^^^fu-^U:u/cfkJU^o^

166-42-80

'-, 166-42-06 ;L?</

(Alexeil.Lounko)

A-^lH (Andrei A. Sorokin)


fe£' (GennadyP.Avdeyed) iu£>
(AlexeyV.Galkin)

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158
jJ

Soviet Union inaugurated the Space Age (IX/500).

159
sJj!<U

In the sweep of history, as one threat recedes, another replaces it. The
cold war is ending, largely in victory for the west.

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160
j'4i/^

(Perestroika)

In the last few years dramatic changes have taken place in the
relationship between East and West. Confrontation has been replaced
by negotiation.

161
(Most important writings) J/

They deal with the laws governing the development of society, tell the
role of revolutions in social development.

Religion is opium for the people (p. 411).

162
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(Dr. Gennady P. Avdeyev)

164
L\^J(/faLdUC

4j$-d^^

\>i

(IsaacGolubyev)

165
ojjluZ'j[f\U'lsJ>r'<t, (Arguments and Facts)

(Gennady P. Avdeyev) ^

166
i^

y'jvo

(Alexey V. Galkin) P^

-C/f (Isaac Golubyev) ^U^<jJzJity^\-($^j'^jtytfJ<'\

167
Ujt^

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169
4,

Ravil Gainoutdin, Imam Jama Masjid, Moscow, USSR


Tel: 281-49-04,281-38-66.

(dismantling a revolution)

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JJi thi

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(Tadzhikistan) ft

(Dushanbe)

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&^ffy

rfr^

&bMifL>Sfls^
fc (Black is good) ^

A new USSR is emerging

(strategic parity)

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ffJ>i/f/lbJ

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(Western Hemisphere) *»'iS'*'£ftl/-'lJJJl (Eastern Hemisphere)

(Pacific ocean)

\'J3bA6 • •J^^lfiJUfU^Ji/'I^CJj^tX l^Af -LjXS-s; (Multiple visa) /

^h

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(Winds)

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A day in the life of a salary man.

(on the road to civilization) JJ

Technology for the benefit of mankind

179
&u^to<^^/^^

(war potential)

(RobertRuncie) ^

♦ 7 •

In the middle ages people were tourists because of their religion,


whereas now they are tourists because tourism is their religion.

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>*\\J'OU£*f,±Js}>JjJ}£JJ,\

lhrr^^
(The Nation) &

(UNHCR)

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

(anti-Rangoon political activity)

They had made the move to publicize


the Burmese people's struggle to democracy.

181
(All Burma Students Democratic Front)

(few bad individuals)

A diplomatic solution may be messy, but fighting would cost too many
lives and damage America's interests.

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(resentment) (J^Wu\^^(J^JJ^JjjCO/J^</\ -^tAj^^jC"!**
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Mr Bush is lucky that he is not a Prime Minister - he would
surely have been facing a non-confidence motion.

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(Pacific Ocean) 0$¥.^fy^^UlO\'^S*[/^OJJJ^S>*

i^

184
...while inner-city youth of Los Angles, at the center of the most
advanced society of earth, respond to adversity and deprivation by
regressing to a primitive parody of tribes (p. 22).

185
(AmerigoVespucci)

He established that the newly discovered lands West of the Atlantic


were not a part of Asia but constituted a separate land mass (19/97).

^
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186
:(Pradeep Shenoy)

Map showing
an Ideal division
of India

187
After t After the Almighty God made me, He threw the mould away.

(fin (finished product) ^Jjyjr^t/j^jjjji


«(JJ? (unfinished product)

oJ'^

188
tfifiAjeWtiM

&Jdfil^^

189
(Frustrating Science). >

(Floating foundations)

Iran, sitting on a veritable seismic volcano, must divert part of its oil-
rich economy to building quake-resistant structures at places which
have been subjected to nature's fury.

190
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(The Minaret). ^^
JtJ^^d^^^^Ji^^^.vJi (Fall 1989)

Q. What about cases of discrimination and violence against Muslims


during the decade?

A. Such incidents multiplied in the 80's. Mosques were the target of


vandalism. Muslim leaders were attacked verbally and physically.
People like Ismail Farooqi and Yusuf Bilal were killed. In a
pluralistic society where several interest groups work to outdo each
other, these kinds of brutal acts are not uncommon. What was sad
was that the Muslim community did not pursue these cases vigor
ously. Farooqi is almost forgotten. So is Bilal.

191
You've only been here a year and you speak English so well!

It came as a shock to me that, though we knew everything about America,


the Americans knew next to nothing about the rest 01 the world.

ylx (hostage)

192
Pat Choate, Agents of Influence.,

Is Washington in Japan's Pocket?

($ 100 million)

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193
i*-Sij££<jjj'l,^c4<ft

Jjly^L/dd^L^J

'W\£flJ{p(Ji£fa

U*V

(Lost souis).,

&£ (abc) S()^J~J^J

'(national pessimism)

Seventy per cent, or four out of five Americans,


feels that their country has gone off on the wrong track.

194
^

Happiness must ultimately remain an elusive commodity in this mortal


world but the pleasures of its pursuit are well worth spending a lifetime
on. Most Americans seem to believe this.

(microwave Oven) \^

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Jftj (end)'- faJ

jfJ%.(jt>dA/l*4~ (Mervyn)
195
&' tf$iL4g/JStJtj> (Fabric Buyer)
A^J [/ (Jack H. Lane Agency) ^X

1. One of the most astute buyers. Integrity without question. Works


hard and intelligently. Far above average. Well organized. World
recommend him 101%.
2. Aslam is the Number one buyer in the country.
3. He is knowledgeable, well informed and most important -uncorrup
tible.
4. He is fair and honest. He gets the last drop of blood for his company.
5. If he says something, you can believe him.
6. Never in my experience in the agency business have I had references
that were as outstanding as the ones I received on you.

196
&

The ultimate concern of a Muslim is Allah.

.^

Islam and the Destiny of Man, by Gai Eaton George Allen & Unwin,
London 1985, pp-242

(T.s. Eliot) ^^j

Eastern religions and their influence upon Western Thinkers.

197
(Truth and Mercy) &?JJJ\ "J j

.the awe-struck consciousness of God as the supreme Reality (p. 202)

198
1/7

>sJ r* -

The making of a Muslim family

(Stouffers Hotel)

199
fAA
(cultural conversion)

WM-tf

(blessing in disguise)

200
PRESENT CRISIS

&

THE WAY OF ACTION FOR


MUSLIMS
a thought provoking lecture by one of
the Prominent Muslim Thinkers of Our Time:

Maulana Waheeduddin Khan


President, Islamic Center New Dehli, India

at BUENA PARK HOTEL


7675 Crescent Ave. Buena Park, CA

Sunday, November 4,1990


5:00 pm Maghrib Prayer
5:30-6:30 Dinner
6:30-9:00 Lecture
9:15 Isha Prayer

TICKETS: $15.00 PER PERSON


Organized by: California Islamic Forum
For Information Call:

(714) 531-7995 (714) 775-5150


(714) 826-4956 (714) 441-2029

201
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Because the T. V. is never too busy for them.

(Utah) 1*^1

(The Heritage School)

(Help for troubled teens)

(family living skills)

The Encyclopadia of Religion, edited by Mircea Eliade Macmillan pub


lishing company, New York, 1987,16 volumes.

202
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203
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Uncle, push me.

(Sunset)

The magazine of Western living

(School for trouble teens)

*J-LJu<.2—£- (professional guidance)

We Rescue Teenagers: The most effective.option for parents who need


help with teens who are - out of control, irresponsible, depressed,
during and alcohol dependent, failing school, irresponsible, depressed,
drug and alcohol dependent, failing school, running with the wrong
friends, uhmotivated, undisciplined and who lack real self-esteem.

204
I have little knowledge of Islam.
Perhaps it is a form of anti-Americanism.

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205
- (Plainfield) ^
/<! ^ • *i-/- jt/jrft^*C/"/.«^ (tslamicHorizons)

(donations) ^

Because Muslims in India say, "Allah is our Lord," ruthless and


brutal oppression has come upon them like a full eclipse.

206
207
Sensational... all eyes on you.

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Saddam has 47 days to get out

208
209
(exit) 0j\±\&LXJ^tij!2!ij
210
t4

(San Gabril Valley)

211
. One Northwest Airlines jet strayed into the path of another that was
streaming toward takeoff and the two collided in heavy fog on a runway
at Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

212
011-91-11-611128

/i^ A/i

213
/{jZSf *? (Armed Forces Radio & Television Broadcast Centre)

O\J (RichardDavenport)

214
tJ' U

The one good thing that came out of this armed forces presence in the
Gulf is that many people are now interested to know more about Islam
and Muslim people.

(giver-group) (taker-group), 03J^ \j 2L

(The Minaret)

(Trialogue) Jl%

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215
Comparative religion ^-

#^f^yC^^s4 -us, l

I am a Christian. But Dr. Siddiqi's presentation make me think twice.


I have to learn more about Islam. He was terrific real genius.

(Preserved religion)

216
Introducing Islam to non-Muslims

(Holy V/ax)J&i/Jfo ^ ^ ^

Jihad is not also a defensive war only, but a war against any unjust
regime. If such a regime exists, a war is to be waged against the leaders,
but not against the people of that country. People should be freed from
the unjust regimes and influences so that they can freely choose to
believe in Allah.

217
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(Missile Weapons Systems)

(blessing in disguise)

(Lenney)

(Thanksgiving)

219
(The Message of the Qur'an) ijfojJ&j

Dar al-Andalus Limited, 3 Library Ramp, Gibraltar

...and thy sustainer may well raise thee to a glorious station


(in the life to come).

Verily, with every hardship comes ease.

comes

Verily, with every difficulty there is ease.

iJL incoherent rambling

220
These changes are... a linguistic device meant to stress the idea that God
is not a person and cannot, therefore, be really circumscribed by the
pronouns applicable to finite beings. (Foreword)

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(Sterling)

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Brief, accurate answers to hundreds of questions children ask about.

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The largest national debt is that of the US

(National product) >t;U-^

224
The country with the largest GNP is the US,
reaching nearly $ 4,000 billion in 1986.

(Guinness Book of World Records)

JUi (best-sellers)

(Recordbreakers)

y(^

(amazing facts)

- 225*
/(Daw'ah work) JjJo/*Ois>J>U?i. ftfJS>f&^UJ

J^^X

Ol>' (paranoiac) jtj

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226
Lock it or loose it.

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227
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The creation and perception of enemy images are among the ideological
and psychological roots of militarism.

Alfred Armand Montapert Ji fyUijft

(average success) JtLgSIJ/Lvli£ S^J^^^

228
DISTILLED WISDOM

The universe does not make sense without God. -E. Stanley Jones
Religion brings man the answer which his heart desires. - Alexis Carrel
Produce great men, the rest follows. -Walt Whitman
Success is ninety-nine per cent mental attitude. -Wilferd Peterson
Who knows the mind has the key to all things else. A.B. Alcott
Expedients are for the hour; principles for the ages. -H.W.Beecher
A problem well stated is a problem half solved. - Charles Kettering
The thousand-mile journey starts with one step. - Confucius
Buy not what you want, but what you need. -Cato
A clear statement is the strongest argument. - English proverb
Keep cool; anger is not argument. -Daniel Webster
When all else is lost the future still remains. -Jean-Paul Sartre
Life begins when a person first realizes how soon it ends. -A.A.M.
No gain without pains. - Franklin
Gold is tried in fire, friendship in need. - Danish saying
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. - Alexander Pope
Avoid the evil and it will avoid thee. -Gaelic Proverb
One example is worth a thousand arguments. - William Gladstone
If you would lift me you must be on higher ground. - Emerson
He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else. - Franklin
Silence is one of the great arts of conversation. -Cicero
All your strength is in union. All your danger is in discord. - Longfellow
A man who is master of patience is master of everything else. - Lamartine
There is a woman at the beginning of all great things. - Edward Bok
Happiness lies in a constructive job well done. - Hubbard
Joy is not in things, it is in us. - Charles Wagner
Great haste makes great waste. - Franklin
There is no education like adversity. -Councillor
Many receive advice, only the wise profit by it. - Publilius Syrus
Your advertising should be written to convince your
customers, not yourself. - Roy Smith
When anger rises, think of the consequences. - Confucius
Successful men usually snatch success from seeming failure. - A.P. Goutlay
My way is to begin with the beginning. - Lord Byron
It is the surmounting of difficulties that makes heroes. - Kossuth
With ordinary talent, and extraordinary perseverence,
all things are attainable. - Thomas Buxton
We win by tenderness; we conquer by forgiveness. - F. W. Robertson
Life cannot go on without much forgetting. - Balzac
Many of the greatest men have owed their success to
industry rather than to cleverness. - A. A.M.
Go outdoors and get rid of nerves. - Dr. Frank Crane
The only period of time you can ever act upon is right now. - Dr. Paul Parker
One cannot be envious and happy at the same time. - Henry Greber
Little effort, little result; big effort, big result. - A. A.M..
Nature works on a method of all for each and each for all. - Emerson
Violence is the weapon of the weak, non-violence that of the strong - Gandhi
To speak as the common people do, to think as wisemen do. - Roger Ascham
He is safe from danger who is on guard even when safe. - Publiliuu Sqgux
229
Jjn{£j1/oj-*f£tyir*

(Distilled Wisdom)

7/ic Eastern Hemisphere, Yesterday and Today


by Kenneth S. Cooper, Silver Burdett & Ginn, 1988.

Mohammad: Leader of the Arabs

Herean artist shows Mohammad on a journey through the heavens to see


God. Do you think the artist saw this happen? (p.339)

230
Abu Bakr is being hailed as Islam's first Caliph.
How is the crowd showing him support? (p. 342)

These pages from the Koran are a sample of Arabic writing.


Why might they be described as a work of art? (p. 352)

The Arab researcher is working hard to find ways to cure diseases.


What tool is he using? (p. 354)

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231
Q. What are the deficiencies of American Muslims today.
A. Our main deficiency in America is the need for materials. Other
religions in America mainly depend on their literature. So our main
deficiency is that we need much more excellent literature for doing
an excellent job of Dawah in the United States. (47-48)

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A large number of American scientists are in iact Indian. And that is


part of America's greatness. It attracts, absorbs and assimilates the best
from every land.

235
236
final opportunity for Iraq

The fate of Iraq is in the hands of its leadership.


Time is running out.

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>.(real estate) jljboj 5598451

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How to Win Friends and Influence People.

My goal for 1990 is $25 million.

^s&ty/ (non-real)
bmJy/(real)

Sex is like credit. Some get it, Some don't.


Happiness is being a grandparent.
' Get rich on life, not drugs.

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(Winds) tf.

If you've got a minute, Minolta's got a copier

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(instant fix) J^^^^

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(cabin pressunzation)

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(Narita Tokyo) JJ i^

Narita)

(Tel. 03-460-6169)

242
We do not claim any credit. Islam itself has
the attracting power.

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(Japan Now)

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(global trade)

(Yedo) fl'tffr-yUjl~& (Fishingvillage)

New buildings, designed to withstand earthquakes had frames


or concrete and steef.
244
Man learns little from victory, but much from defeat.

A cab-driver failing to locate the address you want to reach, rings up


from a public booth on his own account to get the exact location and
drops you at the very doorstep. This happens only in Japan.

245
But Japan did not succeed to secure the important place
it deserves in the comity of nations.

(lack of foreign policy)

But Japan finds itself unprepared for it.

iymmmi/^^, £S<j*\jJi-^'6 (economic superpower) Jjl


3£/2!Jj4 (miUtary superpower)

(ideological superpower)

246
ib^#*Z-L

The story is told of a Swedish expert who went to Japan to study


workers' participation in management. In one factory, in the middle of
an interview, he was gravely embarrassed when the Japanese worker
burst into tears. Finding no response from the worker, the Swede
sought an answer from his supervisor. "Tell me everything that you said
to the worker," confidently after listening to his story, "the worker was
upset when you told him that his company has not been procuring
export orders like before." The worker, the Swede was told was deeply
concerned that the nation would suffer if the exports went down, a fact
which could be attributed, in his own estimation, to a lowering of
quality.

247
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(educationyears)

national movement)

-tfVj*/ (outlook)
fifties & sixties

(pursuit ot quality)

, (sixties & seventies)

248
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How they do it and do it so well.

(highly quality consious)

Every Japanese possesses very strong desire to do well, whatever bit he •


does. This desire is so intense that he forfeits even family life in pursuit
of perfecting it.

249
&]'jiid^JAfX^ (EdwardsDeming)

He is our super-guru,

(statistician)

(wayofUfe)

(zero defect)

^^

250
Stand up, Japan, the world needs you.

> Jt/

the Japanese have grown used to thinking of


decisions only in terms of economics.

It could take half a century to re-educate the Japanese so that they stop
thinking that merely praying for peace will bring peace.

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Is the Japanese Emperor the divine Son of Heaven?

251
(living god) f

(Kami)

(KunioNishi) Jijc/ilfijl If
(SekaiNippo) ^^

The Emperor was "God" and respected by Japanese people before


world war II. He was the supreme head in the old Japanese constitution.
In the name of the Emperor the war against America and Britain was
fought. But after the defeat in the war, Japanese people have been
changed into behaving that the Emperor is simply a man. The New Con
stitution puts him as the symbolic head of Japan. Now the Emperor has
no political power.

(Meiji) J2JtUJ

252
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253
(Kuril. Wand)

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(ShintaroAbe)

LuC, - L>JI? (very important)

254
Heaven consists of an English house, a Chinese cook,,
an American salary and a Japanese wife. Oh the other hand,
a Chinese salary and an American wife.

(ShintaroAshiharo)

255
(Los Angeles Times Syndicate)

It is time for Japan to consider the possibility of playing our microchip


card in order to bring the US to its senses.

256
(brainpower) vJi^cfb^lA^ (firepower) U

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(The Japan that Can Say No)

(expertise)

^ (zero defect)

So relentless are they in their zeal for 'zero defect', that even the
ordinary Japanese workers are said to compare their performance with
that of the Germans and Americans: If, for instance, others control
parts at the per-million level, the Japanese want to do it at the per-
billion level.
257
258
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(The Institute of Middle Eastern Studies)

> (Institute of Oriental Culture)

tyi- (Maydan)

(roboi revolution) i^±JJ2JLC&\j

Recent visitors to Japan are awe-struck at the proliferation of robots in


every field of industrial activity.

(Robotics)

We seem to be talking the stuff of science fiction but by the turn of the
century all this may sound commonplace.

260
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I believe in God, but not in any particular religion.

jtiW^tyf,J^i&^

262
Bangkok means - the city of angels.

It was indeed a pleasure and heart warming occasion for us to listen to


you during your recent trip to the USA.

Dr. Abdul Hameed Khan, Islamic Marriage Bureau, P.O. Box 472,
Atwood, California 92601, U.S.A.

263
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264
Royal Jordanian is pleased to inviie you to avail the
facility of Baurya Lounge in Departure Hall; Thank You.

(Immigration) £^

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The Finest collection of Hotels in the Middle East

265
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^l0^ J*b

Generals like to talk of "surgical strikes", but surgical strikes usually hit
the wrong targets - like the misguided air raid on Libya in 1986 that
wrecked the French embassy and killed Colonel Gaddafi's daughter (p.
56).

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267
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S. Arabia cuts off oil supply to Jordan

268 *
(Idealist)

269
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Haji Faiyaz Manu, P.O. Box 1156
Nukualofa, Tonga Island, South Pacific Ocean

270
(Saviour of the World)

271
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First of all you have to establish your own credibility.


Then what comes from you will be easily accepted.

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The most incomprehensible thing about


nature is that it is comprehensible.

272
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What is desirable is not possible


and what is possible is not desirable.

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J (Logicalreligion).

Even English speaking scientists in the west


can riot write such a book on this subject.

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(Gradual change)

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An Indonesian air force plane crashed and exploded shortly after


take-off today, killing all 132 people on board.

296
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The end of one journey is the start of another.

297
(discovery method)

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(Dr Leonardo Polombi)

(CXomunity of S. Egidio) ejlj

298
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299
(Vatican)

300
Despite its minuscule size, however, Vatican City has been said to
possess an influence greater than that of Italy itself, for it is the site of
the headquarters of the largest branch of the Christian religion, the
Roman Catholic Church. (19/36)

In 1989 the hierarchy was embarrassed when a stamp commemorating


Pope John Paul II's trip to Scandinavia misspelled the Latin word for
Sweden. (Time, 7-10-1991)

^Jf/rtJiMiU (13,500 ifi/blXL&U

(Latin Foundation)

301
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/ S

(All roads lead to Riyadh

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Sheikh Mohammed Idris, Islamic Cultural Centre,


Morsebakken 2, Copenhagen 24(K) NV (Tel. 01609017)

o :(Vaticanology)

(Pope John Paul II) X

The Church continues to condemn all acts of violence and intimidation,


from whatever source they originate.

(anachronism)

305
-yrJ (Arrivederci) \tfj]Ls

Zjl-uZiL/lfr^ififjCj/

*)l 1.1£ (The Book of Knowledge)

306
The arrival of the Saracens in the 9th century made Sicily a centre of
Arab culture and learning. The Normans drove them out in the 11th
century. (7/50)

With the Muslim conquest of Sicily (9th century), the island became the
chief base of Arab expansion in the Mediterranean until the Normans
imposed their authority in 1091. (V/470,9/932)

307
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(Handicap toilets)

XoJ\^jj?ytM

MARSAXLOKK: The Turkish forces invaded Malta in 1565 from the


shores of this village. Here also landed the troops of Napoleon to whonv
the knights surrendered in 1798.

311
CHAPEL OF ST. AGATHA: This church was originally built in 1417, and
redesigned by Lorenzo Gafa, in 1694. The church is dedicated to St.
Agatha who, it is said, found shelter on Malta from the persecution of the
Roman Emperor Decius (249 AD)

(Nazzjon)

Il-lum tibda Il-Hames Laqgha Internazzjonali

312
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Mr. J. Caruana, National Archives,


Santo Spirito, Rabat, Malta. Tel. 00-356-459863

314
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The new name of religion is peace

317
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(Islam and the challenges of the world)

318
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The Holy Land is a source of inspiration for peace.


(CensuTabone)

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MiU^j^l^i^J/-^^

Everyone is thinking to change the world; no one is thinking to


change himself.

^JjjJojIj.

Peace is one of the names of God.

(Not the only Israel but all the promised land) i

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(Religions for a sea of peace) ^/

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325
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.\jfvy

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I will give the answer in a single sentence: avoid the differences and
continue the dialogue to seek the points of agreement.

(Religion and Culture) y^

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(The Gideons International)

326
-&$JZ (Wonderful Book of God). l^CCX'^

The Gideons are essentially a nonsectarian missionary arm of the church,


sowing the precious Seed, the Word of God, in the field of the World.

fS (Giancarlo Penza) ^^WZtf


Qi^^jy^^L (Mdina), >^

327
ftfi „(Tariq Mesquita)

During an air attack on 9th April 1942, a 500 Lb. bomb hit the Mosta
Rotunda. It pierced the dome, bounced off the interior wall twice and
skidded across the whole length of the Church without exploding. None
of the congregation numbering over 300 was injured.

328
329
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(commedatoreAlgred J. Bencini)

332
(Nothing But the Truth)

JLyLs^jp^y^^t^ii^'/w^-^^it^b 2dtrfi5>ir^/-^;»«-»- ^ fc?

... he had retired on pension in January 1973 after five months on protest
leave against Prime Minister Dona Mintoffs illegal interference in the
internal administration of the force.

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333
{}j/i (Iftah/Open) • £ £ -r+£- ft^."(}.Jn.

Malti language is very similar to Arabic language.

<j\?<L (Melta)

One does not need to insert a card to dial the emergency numbers

(Crete)
%-(/^^

(5/253)

jAbJi

(EdwardFrench-Adami)^

djJJCiOf
.(George Anavati)

335
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(Universal Italian)

(The Dawn of Modern Age)

336
5000 years ago the way was opened to new geographic, scientific, ethical
and juridical horizons (p. 10)

^i^

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342
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Did Space Explorers Visit


Ancient Egypt?

343
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($270,000,000)

(12/844).

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349
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350
(Ramses II)

Throughout subsequent centuries, colleges and madrasahs arose


throughout the Muslim world from Spain (whence philosophy and science
were transmitted to the Latin West) across Central Asia to India. (9/922)

351
352
353
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(Goldetifalcon)

The preponderance of technical or scientific words entering English from


Arabic during the Middle Ages suggests the general superiority of Arab-
Islamic civilisation in the area of scientific achievement during this period,
(p. 24)

Utjfi'W4^iJ^J^jJ')J&Lfa
357
(lemon) &£jjl (cipher)'
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for 500 years Arabic was the language of learning,


culture and intellectual progress.

(pearling boats)

.(culturedpearls) jr

358
(informationage) ^^^

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He is as articulate in English as he is in Arabic.

359
-sS#/A

360
(Emirates News)

The invasion brought our people close together. Such a closeness


existed only before the economic boom when people lived in mud
houses, (p. 12)

Crowds of people wait in line to mail applications for a lottery of 40,000


Green Cards at the Merrifield post office in suburban Virginia. The State
Department is accepting the first 40,000 applications that arrive at its
special post office box after 12 a.m. today in the first of three annual
massive giveaways of Green Cards on a first come first serve basis—
Reuter.
361
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First class travel companions

363
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Be ready to deal with Pakistan
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(depression)

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(HsuanTsang)

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A barefooted Princess Diana takes a walk inside historical Badshahi mosque


on wensday during her one day visit to Lahore city.

i/?2LAj^£ .\Zt<L<-S\j>uiltJiZJj^-J^fsi
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Political activities of procession and public meeting have generated more heat
than light.
371
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Q: You are trying to reform democracy. Is it not necessary to reform the


administrative structure as well so that it is able to run the Islamic
system you are introducing?

A: I wish I can do that, but I don't think we can. I am sorry to say that if I
tell... to start growing a beard, he will be the first to say no, because I
myself do not keep a beard. (Radiance Weekly, April 12, 1981)

372
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Large cabinet helps Nawaz Sharif survive.

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(Muller Martini)

380
Long arms of Islam reach Huston.
381
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382
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383
We need not any enemy when teachers and the taught have been politicized.

(political exploitation)

384
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386
387
Christina Lamb,
Waiting for Allah — Pakistan's Struggle for Democracy

Let us have faith in Allah and wait for Him to redeem us, because we cannot
do it ourselves.

388
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di l*ui

Was the U.S. right or wrong to get involved in the Vietnam War?

, J[\j

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394
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(Quiz)

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400

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(Robert M. Love)

401
I shall not say our man power,
but of our man and woman power.

Mj\)\<£\J\-\Ji (Swissair gazette) c/

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raising productivity and reducing costs

402
j/titidJJ^il-uyj^^

(aerial support)

(armed revolt)

Give me blood and I promise you freedom.

(conciliatory attitude)

•(cohabitation contract)

403
(same-sex marriage)

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I think these unequal laws that we now have must be knocked down.

^/jLUU'VQ. (Edith Maria


(Edith Maria Stoll)
Stoll) JlL^/UJ^frL^/i^/

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404
(Hard landing ahead)

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...your efficiency is our business.

to exploit you is our business

406
(Charlemagne)

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(J.W.V. Goethe)

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Hinduism in the modern world

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^^^ (Non-violence) jj£j>#J3}

We want to counter the disinformation now spreading regarding the Hindu


religion; otherwise it will ultimately affect the image of India.

407
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(Belson Hotel)

408
(Catholic University of Louvain)

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409
^i

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410
(Parlement)

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411
^
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412
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413
(Grande Mosque)

414
(St. MiSfeel's Cathe4ral)

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(Charles V)

^ -J?\f[/' (collegiate church of SS Michael)

(Louxain)

415
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(Etair Yamada)

(Robert G. Mugabe)

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416
(Kamisha) ^(A/lLCc^l''lAp.^O^/i-^'
"tfrf.Pl

417
The great religions in dialogue : from Assisi to Brussels.

Religions, the Middle East and Europe.

1492-1992: the Churches of America and Europe.

Christians and Jews: their common responsibility in the new Europe.


South-North: the Churches of Africa and Europe.

Peoples, differences and the new Europe.

Voices of peace from Asia.


The economic responsibilities of the new Europe: the cost of peace.

Towards an Islamic-Christian dialogue.

418
^

(indifference)

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419
LkL/dWbL^Mfr&/Jsl

^^^j^^/iJ-\^d^i/i{Ot

(monk)

(loneliness)

420
&£ (Leopold no

'^t&^

421
Religions and Solidarity among peoples.

We are proud to have a scholar like you in India who can deliver an Arabic
speech over an international assembly at such a short notice.

Hfz. Sabri Koei, Bashkesia Islamike,


Tirane, Albania (Tel. 70223701)

422
lj\ "(confidence building)

J
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(arranged marriage) ^

(Lovemarriage) ^jIJtAjUoJl^JJl^

423
^Afl^

J3&
tk^&frjtyj-uii+p/

J^tJ.^ (Jozefglemp)

424
(Peace)

Yasuni Hirose, President, Jinrui Aizenkai


Ten' Onkyo, Kameoka, Kyoto, Japan

(Persecution) JHft

425
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426
bS A

(HusseinMroiueh)

The taste of success

/^L^/ ffi/

(Highlife) XJJj
427
Pleasure, happiness, enjoyment,
desire, lovely, delight, charming.

0k

428
^
^

(Administrative law) ^

(customers) yf

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Let us agree to disagree

430
(A. Shaw)

(Housing Benefit) jb\L^if&b<i3iSS*ijfj>.\Jl&X. (jJ^ifiJI^JJ

Jj£,Atf>^

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431
To all Muslim brothers, please give your Lillah donations.

^
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432
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434
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435
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The reflections of a physicist on some of the problems of philosophy.

436
it almost seems to suggest that the door may be unlocked, if only we could
fmd the handle, (p. 216)

materialism need to be redefined in the light of our new scientific


knowledge, (p. 216).

OJJJI -[? (Wigan Reporter)

437
Dr Ahmad Zidan, Mrs Dina Zidan

Surely in this are signs for those who reflect upon events.

Surely in this are signs for those who by tokens do understand.

..£s^^^
(Wigan)

438
(Red Car, Middlesborough)

439
^

sale) 4
(recession)

440
Do you feel you are enjoying mental peace.

iiJtM

441
^
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(instinct)

i/^l^^

442
rJ*>£-OJ&f&4

443
(Tel. 021-4494422)

444
^

Islam Our Choice, compiled by Dr S.A. Khulus,


The Woking Muslim Mission & Literary Trust,
The Shah Jehan Mosque, Woking, Surrey, England.

(Geo T.Tyler) ^

I studied the Holy Qur'an. Islam is a clean, wholesome faith and


makes the salvation of man his own duty, and not dependent on
the sacrifice of a 'Son of God.' (p. 139)

445
^

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446
^

447
l 1-

(nuisance)

Stop/Student

448
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^
^^^^

It all depends on me.

449
(Hawkley Hall High School)

Oh, it is alright. I am sorry.

450
J^uij^

p^L

451
Christian James Stone
27 Horsford Rd. Brixton SW2 5BW, London.

I embraced Islam because Islam makes perfect, rational sense. As


a child and adolescent I spent much time alone, just thinking. When
Islam was explained to me, it complemented to what I thought.

4A^
If I was Christian I imagine that 1 must either be mad or hypocrite
to exist in society.

452
I knew you would do.

453*
^^^

^^

454
(sound mind)

(Are you Father Christmas)

(He looks like Father Christmas)

Father Christmas, get me a computer


455
456
Uib

457
(slow but sure)

458
j( (Islam as it is) \^VJ^\^

This is very good. This js based on reason. I haven't read any


other book free of any sentimental emotional plea to belief in
the hereafter.

(God Arises) jk^^

459
Oh, Allah, help us to do intellectual jihad. And bring the rational
unbelievers to the fold of Islam.

460
In emergency use hammer to break window.

Please give up this seat if a disabled person needs it.

A^

^0L

461
u^jJ(m/^

(recession) ^
<£> (depression) hT^J^^UjUJ (Slump)

^^f^
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^ (Earls wood) &

$
462
^

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l

463
Thomas Carlyle, lectures on Heroes,
Chapman and Hall, London 1888

(The Hero As Prophet) ^^

t+sStkisfyr^iiAf

464
(reapplication)

'mjUljffil^Jljfif'dr'JPJ

.ui-jL±Jirf;JbjJwvi

465 '
^

^
^^^^ (door to door)

467
^^

(Bonn)

(Rhine)

(millionaires)

468
(Declaration of Bonn)

^^

(Mr Sonal)

(Julius Valtermahm)

(Ursula)

(Buy now, Read later)

Get out, you Black-head. This is my shop.


I will do what I like.

469
^

I sat in my window seat, bade a teary goodby to the Germany I had loved
but now feared and started my journey back towards the land of Buddha
and Gandhi.

%. (Rilke) £*ijj\ (Goethe)

^
470
l

(Caroline Moorehead)

^LCJ^i/Ui/' (Bertrand Russell)


(illogical) ffif&'jd'jJ-Sfc.trW^^

471
It is true that Bertrand Russell was a great mind. But he failed to realize
that in this case, the option was not between the universe with God and
the universe without God. Rather the real option was between the universe
with God or no universe at all. As we are bound to acknowledge the
existence of the universe, so are we bound to acknolwedge the existence
of its Creator — God.

(Tel. 5581523)

. si

Why you say good morning to me.


You know, I hate you.

&£/^
do not hate
l</^

(Tel. 01-6076655)

Pi
472
The whole notion of 'religion' as understood by Muslims is not restricted
to rituals and religious observances, but it is an all encompassing concept
which includes the social, economic and political: thus it is a way of life.

473
^

The Indian mind is far less rational and scientific than the European.

\u/Z

dL
It would appear that only Muslims with oil count for the Bush administration.

474
-*■*

The educational achievements of Japanese workers at all levels are


unmatched in the world.

ty&^

476
g

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■ -OS

478
(Newham North) Zl'fi££jb(i

ljlUy,A~/£sUA/

^!2 i
The bells of London begun to ring.

479
^

(Iron Curtain)

It was built in August 1961, mainly with the aim to contain the
massive exodus of East Germans to the West.

480
(5 time ablution) J^JiZ^J&^JjjUl/j.C^

(The Sun) OWJtfyf^Jl^

(Maria Baker Pawline)

Louise turns her back on mum's faith.

481
(dances Weich)

C
Why have I lost my teeth?

.^ (Dr Martin)

482
J

(Harrods)

483
r

484
^

Even if you are a regular traveller.

(High life) dl)blt

Photo: courtesy of British Airways — Image Bank.

485
^

Mj

486
His death went unnoticed. Not until the middle of the 16th century was the
importance of his discoveries realised. With the conquest of Mexico, Peru
and other areas, fleets of gold and silver started arriving in Spain.

(Roger Cooper) j/jjj^iis.

Brian Keenan, An Evil Cradling, Hutchinson.

(man's brutality)

A journey to hell and back again

487
^

488
&^

C/^I^VWM^

^rc?

<i&j-*$ I jWLi Lull t


489
w

,,^./i:vu
490
^

#2

491
(nasa)

492
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^^

494

^ K<!

495
/

u£U^

» . . llf»

496
^

497
(environment)

(Emirates)

(Learned Optimism) c-^-*^'(Jilp/c-'L/y (Martin Seligman)

498
^

(Prayer Room) f\&^J&i

L^^

(Emirates)

499
!^^^

(Thomas Fuller)

Travel makes a wise man better, but a fool worse.

^
500
^

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501
vii i f-Uil:

502
4J&&

^
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503 ' '


(Jigme

He is everything for us.

ivuiU-ij&^jtyttu^^ufa

■£tffse,fojj

A Muslim girl from Patna appeared for the Bihar Public Service
Commission examination for a post in Ayurvedic system and topped
the list. All the examiners which included Ayurvedic experts judged
her to be the best candidate. She could, with great fluency, cite vedic
slokas which surprised everyone.

504 * * '
(W.Edwards Deming) J^j^ fifod

(statistician) &\J?/[&f\>J\s~l<J

^^
He taught Japanese how to use statistical methods to discover the cause
of product defects, instead of relying only on inspections.

r (Deming Prize)

505
(god of quality control)

(counter-productive) L^l>^^i(L
506
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

&$ (Swissair Gazette) JJ^J^

(global telephone) (jJ^^^^^lX^I-I^V^^^^Ut

4j&

Another 10 minutes and you'll be at the Hilton singing in the shower.

(new commer)

507
^!^^

South Africa's last white parliament voted by 237 to 45 to adopt an


interim constitution leading to majority rule after all-race elections
next April.

508
f

V^^-4^^
^

So it is business or pleasure.

1 509 *
^

510
'

511
COUNCIL ON ISLAMIC EDUCATION Teaching About Islam in the Public School Classroom

INFORMATIONAL HANDOUT
Muslim Populations

According to U.S. Census Bureau records, the total population of


the world is five and a half billion people. Over twentypercent(over
one billion) of these five billion are Muslims. Furthermore,
Muslims live in all parts of the world, including Asia, Africa, the
Middle East, Southeast Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas.
The following chart lists the populations of Muslims in various
regions of the world.

India/Pakistan 250-300 million


Africa 200 million
Arab countries 180 million
Southeast Asia 170 million
Europe 65 million
Iran 50 million
Central Asia 50 million
China 50 million
Afghanistan 15 million
North America 6 million
South America 3 million
Australia 1 million

Worldwide over 1 billion

Sources H993V.
American Muslim Council, Washington, DC.
Islamic Affairs Dept, Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Washington, DC.
World Almanac

66 + g-|2 Informational Handouts


^

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New buses in America, such as this one in Portland, must be equipped


to accommodate wheelchair-bound passengers.

>v (Disabilities Act)

513
&y

^i

514
(paranoic character) SJ^^VA^iflf^y-ljtX^Jfa-sjjj/

L J
515
(Andrew Ward^^/j^^j^J^^

(The Orange Crescent) ^b^^^J^^

IjUJj^j

When I asked Hindus how, specifically they had suffered at the hands
of their Muslim neighbours, they reverted to nation alist abstractions
and reduced their own experiences with the nice Muslim family next
door to insignificant exceptions to the general rule.

How to present Islam : A rational approach

516
C

This is hardest of the struggles (jihad), that is,to implement the rule
of God on earth.

(disinformation) i^
517
y

(Buena Park Hotel) ty

518
^ ^Y

^
^

It is because of people like you, that Islam keeps growing.

519
^ jj

^iJ^tJWl/^L

ijJ^u^^Jnij^Jdp^'i^

Prophet Muhammad was not an intellectual.

(banquet)

520
- itf

(pleasant surprise) ^

521
^
fa

If I had more time, I would have written even shorter letters

}J\L (The Minaret)»jjj> 'tf'jA

^I'jyiOO^jLj^ii

j£~/d^\/£\y/u/j/^6^&^
522
rl.£,(/lji*fc!A»}Ofi!>jJl£i/'A

523
^^

(War)

Muslim-led forces fight to win back lost territory.

Muslim leader criticized schools' anti-scarf rules.

lift vuJ&^utlJsi/y&Uvjy
J&tl<Ctti?&t<Lu:J$e(' (disinformation) tM^lA^

524
rfi^jLJ?

525
THE WHITE HOUSE

WASHINGTON

December 27, 1993

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai


Executive Director
Kashmiri-American Council
Suite 1100
733 15th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005

Dear Ghulam:

Thank you so much for your kind words about


my recent speech to the United Nations General
Assembly.

I share your belief that, in order to face the


dilemmas of a post-Cold War global landscape, we
all must look closely at our policies with regard
to human rights. I am confident that we can bring
about changes that are consistent with what the
U.N. founders envisioned.

I look forward to working with you and others


to help bring peace to Kashmir, and I appreciate
your input.

Sincerely,

I jUA

526
(What is Islam)

Why is it that the whole of the world is against Islam.

527
(politico-socio-economic system)

4^J^^}

528
^
^
^^^

t (Utah)

529
While most Americans are under the impression that Muslim wives
are oppressed, Mirza said, she hasn't found that to be true. "It's just
a different division. Outside the home, my husband's the boss. But
in my house, I'm the boss."

Oppression in India : A Case Study of Human Rights Violations

530
4^

4^
^
«^^^'/'^

^ tfct/i-

^
^
^

531
/

Muslim countries do not care about their Indian Muslim


brothers as they should.

532
(Robert Crane) &J/S

CUrke>

It is time that America should send a Muslim Ambassador


to a Muslim country.

533
'JtfO&Li/l-JjiJSl-

Islam : beliefs and teachings (1987)

Religion and politics are one and the same in Islam.


They are intertwined, (p. 177)

534
Islam is not a religion as is the case with western religions. It is a
total way of life, and has complete systems for mankind. This means
that there is no separation between state and religion, (p. 41)

535
^

American Federation of Muslims from India,


29008-W, 8 Mile Road, Farmington, Michigan 48336

tF
Hie Role of Muslims in the socio-economic development of India

536
&^

537
^ tin

Many religious experts say Islam is the fastest-growing


faith in the United States.

(Orange County)

I am proud to be a Muslim-American.

538
Ayodhya in American Press

The news dealing with India in general and Hindus in particular is, more
often than not, misrepresented and misinterpreted in American press.

Consistently the New York Times had been describing the disputed
structure as mosque.

539
&j£ofi>>«LXlAC)\fo\/a'\\>J{jJ

(disinformation)

A smart enemy is better than a foolish friend (Muslim leadership is.


also partly responsible)

y44W^^
540
Omar Ibo Kbuub Mm«m, to U» Angcta, America.

541
4

542
I am proud to be an American Muslim. This is our country and we must
love this country. Only then, Insha Allah, Islam will spread in America.

543
^tUtLofM

^^

k6J
544
f<<rOt'^fyfX(

(Our Times) JVj^if^^J^j^f^

545
^

(fierce battles)O^J'J

10,000 flee fierce Afghan factional strife.

546
^&Lty/^4 try.

547
Why did the Kuffar not like Prophet Muhammad?

The Story of America, by John A. Garraty.

This Arab oil crisis caused Americans to realize that an extended ban
would threaten the economy and life style of most people, (p. 863)

548
Muslim World Monitor
American Muslim
Bosnia News Letter
The Minaret
The Pakistan Link
Muslim Journal

Clinton's insult to Islam.

West's disruptive policies aimed at undermining the revival of Islam

yjcJit (L.A. India Journal)

549
(scraps)

t v\Jc*

(continuous improvement)

^'
550
< tf ^

The Babari Masjid at Ayodhya was demolished on December 6, 1992


by a frenzied mob of thousands of militant Hindus.

551
Incompentent Muslim leaders of India turned Hindus into a frenzied
mob and they demolished the Babari Masjid at Ayodhya on December
6, 1992.

(American Way)^>C--^(f^//^/^/^/L

Fermi Solution) L^Uu (Hans Christian Von Baeyer)

•4<LU(/ (dark matter) 0)*dj\rjjrl*\yjrU'\-4^{j^i' (invisible material)

but there is an indirect way of detecting it.


their colors shift toward the red end of the spectrum, (p. 44)

Science, in clearing away the fog of myth and mysticism that shrouded
the world in the Dark Ages, has exposed not only sharply delineated
islands of knowledge but also boundless seas of ignorance, (p. 47)

biCkfjL (Palo Alto)>/^Lc^/f<fi^-44\l/(Bay Area)

553
Muslim Community
Association
(Santa Clara, CA)

Invites you to a talk by

Maulana Waheed-ud-Deen Khan


President, Islamic Center, Hew Delhi, India

Leading Muslim InteiJectuai and Author


of Many Books including the Famous
"Urn Jadeed ka Challenge"

Titled

The Modernists' Attack on Islam:


Historical Prospective and Response

Place: Masjid Annoor, Santa Clara


Time: 7:45PM (after salat Al-lsha)
Date: Friday, December 30, 1993

554
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^
ting programs) >^(J^

(effective negotiating)

In business, you don't get what you deserve,


you get what you negotiate.

(Edward A. Gargan)

556
In India, good dowry is key to a decent marriage.

Prohibition Act)

India is the 2nd largest Islamic country in the world.

f
557
Pakistan occupies 11 lth position among 121 countries with the lowest
literacy rates.

558
^^^

559
/

Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

560
Americans are the only people who support the right to own a gun
rather than the right to walk safely along the street or to feel secure
in their homes, (p. 6)

$±(Ray R-Dunakin n

Criminals who commit serious crimes are given light sentences and
turned back onto the streets to rob or kill again and again. We don't
need gun control, we need crime control.

(The Friday Report)^jJ/^

(Tel. 303-6912201)

(sale)

561
Q. Is it permissible to sell a mosque in a non-Islamic country in
order to buy a bigger one?

A. If the mosque is ruined or not big enough and they have to


demolish or sell it, it is permissible to sell it and to buy or
build another one or transfer it to another place for the interest
of the Muslims, (p. 3)

l &

562
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de

(Tel. 03-882-477D.

Inda de Hoyos, 62 Sycolin Road, Leesburg, Va 22075


Tel. 703-777-9451, 03-882-4771. Fax 703-771-9492

563
4Ul£C)U ^{Sjii/i (assimilation)Z
5

i~/\J& (resistance) CSi l^J^^^^fjifjJ^^

(oppressed community)

a. /
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564
4

^JP^J

tut*

565
^

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(why is the sky

,4^l**(7l/(atmosphere)
• • k
{^/i/^U^^^^^J^b^
*• ••
(thick &
566
(Lord

His explanation showed that the blueness of the sky implies many
billion atoms in every gram of air. If air had no atomic structure,
the sky would not scatter light, (p. 31)

tflC (Milky Way)

(Ouver tegeter^tJJJJyjtfJuj^d'jjJlJ^U .jjUtJ-^^il'/t

<Tel-

567
(Ronal W. Clark)

£? (theoretical physics)

568
If it is possible to obtain a man like Einstein for our university, it
would be absurd to appoint me. I must quite frankly say that my ability
as a research physicist does not bear even the slightest comparison
to Einstein's, (p. 165)

Drunk driving : a license to kill

How long must it be — and how many must die — before we make
the punishment fit the crime? (p. 132)

(modern penology)

569
(physical reaction) &

The blueness of the sky implies many billion atoms in every gram of air.

j^

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(Virginia Kelley)'(jtfc

He died in a car accident about four months before


the future president was born

570
^ ^
>^><^
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571
^

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l/

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572
^^

,^-V^l^Wa^
(The home coming) ^JsJj^OiJ'

^ (protection)

J i ul

Historical Jesus l^C(^M-^ifi/^li^^)Jy^rf^dI-U^


^^

575
(vulnerability) tZfJ^iJjlf.

576
^
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^ i

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577
jjrit

^^jj &

578
Wherever you are, you are never far from Credit Suisse.

(tunnel) Jyt/.

(voice-recognising computer)

579
u!5^^^

Some fanatic and fundamentalist Muslims are harming Islam more than the
Christians.

^^f^C (Xavier Bichat H'8h Sch00')

580
L?()f;JtJU^j2>YuJ^U:>l>>£

(Lane-Poole)

581
Students flocked from France, Germany, England and every part of Europe to
drink from the fountain oflearning which flowed only in the city ofMoors. (The
Moors in Spain)

(Namuta) t

(Xavier Bichat High School)

4j
j.?\jy

iLr^sw

582
kii^ v*

583
My God... The French nation., my son... head of the army.

(Here lies) *

...and another substance that language cannot describe.

584
{(^ . if.

/
/ (Ferid Hodzic)

The last two days, I have been feeling like the war is over and peace is returning
to Sarajevo.

585
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4SAL*fo

587
tyc\£^

588
£

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589
590
^^)

(Thomas Haacke)

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A child's diary of war.

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Serbs, Croats and Muslims—they are all people. Why is politics separating us.
Politics are conducted by grown-ups. We young would do it better. (12)

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612
(sky phone)

(The world at your tip)

On the Boeing 747-400, you can call anywhere around the globe, using
skyphone.

613
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(unified bi-national Bosnian state)

Mosques and minarets across a changing skyline in Kuwait City. Falling oil prices may slow construction activity.

614
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The Taj of the Raj

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it remains quintessentially a majestic testimony to the past — a past that


is inexorably linked to the present. (36)

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(PAESE SERA)

The capital of Italy is now being gnawed away by some 15 million rats.

(Eternal city) yf(S41 l/h

(The Life of Mahatma Gandhi)

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620
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Rome's Islamic centre promotes Islamic activities

The Islamic Centre based in the Italian capital, Rome, after gaining recognition by
the .Government has redoubled its efforts to propagate Islamic Faith and culture
throughout the country. Besides providing necessary facilities, the Centre periodically
holds seminars and lectures on various aspects ofthe Islamic culture and civilization.
The Centre has also established special institutes for studies on the Holy Qur'an and
the tradition of the Prophet (peace be on him). One of the outstanding achievements
of the Centre is production of a television series in the Italian language on the
condition of the Muslim immigrants in Italy focussing on the problems faced by the
immigrants in, carrying out their religious and cultural obligations in the country. The
Centre has also published 5000 copies of a book on Islamic worship and other
subjects with Italian translation for the benefit of non-Arabs. The production of.the
book was financed by a prominent Italian Baron Bourna Nova who had embraced
Islam a few years ago. The Islamic Centre in Rome has established an institution
for teaching Arabic, English and Italian languages for the Muslims living in the
various parts of the country and the centre also offers this facility to non-Muslims
interested in acquiring the knowledge of Islamic Faith, culture and its civilization.

621
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Newstime) ^Cy^

It is totally unlslamic to use violence.

Q. What is your opinion of the death penalty imposed on the British author
Salman Rushdie.

A. Some people, in emotion, pass these resolutions. I think that today


we must promote human rights. The death penalty should be only for
criminals who commit the crime of killing people. But otherwise,
human rights should be given to everybody.

622
(Boeing377)

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623
AflutterwascausedattheairportinNewDelhionMondayastherampwasbroughtbackandthereardoor
of Prime Minister's special plane opened again minutes after it was closed. Out came P.I.O.S. Narendra
who was not scheduled to accompany the Prime Minister but found himself locked in.—PT1 photo

624
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(Community of S.Egidio)

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(Bari)

Philip K. Hitti, 'History of Arabs, p. 605

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The city prospered under Muslim rule as an emporium of the rich trade
with North Africa. New agricultural techniques were introduced, and
luxuriant gardens were planted in the Conca d'Oro (13/930).

(Venice)

628
Yet ifMuslims today see themselves as victimized by the West, for most oftheir
history it was Christendom that felt under siege, Within a century of the
Prophet's death in 632, the Moors had conquered Spain and were knocking on
the doors ofFrance. Charles Martel, father ofthe FrankishEmperor Charlemagne,
stopped them at the Battle ofTours. By 1453, however, the Ottoman Turks had
captured Constantinople and were marching through the Balkans toward the
back door of Europe. The last, failed siege of Vienna in 1683 halted that
expansion, (p.23)

4 -i/L (Gerard of Cremona)

629
(Beccaria) Vj\£jj}*\*/ (Enlightenement) (jifi^JjJjl

the greatest happiness for the greatest number.

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On October 25, 1932, Mussolini assured a Milan audience of the world


leadership of fascist Italy. Today, with a fully tranquil conscience, I say to you,
that the twentieth century will be a century of fascism, the century of Italian
Power, the century during which Italy will become for the third time the leader
of mankind. (7/185)

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grew rich and powerful, (p.205)

Religious coexistence in India.

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By the help of God, peace makers will make it.

(AndreMalraux)

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It is nothing to do with the gospel. It is not a religious conflict; but a political one

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Where is the conscience of mankind.

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38-91-255650

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positive.

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If the Europe of the future deals with the rest of the world on the basis
of race, it would make itself ineligible for world leadership.

It may deprive Europe of its world role. And the United States might again
emerge as the real defender of liberty and progress.

Own this house from £ 67 per week.

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listen to other people's opinions. 1 may not agree but I do respect them.
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One chzun offered a unique plan. Buy a book, take it home and if you are
not happy, get your money back. The fears that every one will come back
to claim a refund were exaggerated.

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Read AL-QURAN THE LAST TESTAMENT

(Mr. Khan, you are right.) iX

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Minorities in India and the national mainstream.

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But in the same way that you are now spending time learning
about Christianity in its various forms, I hope that one day soon
some ofyou wijl come to my church to help us learn something
of Islam, (p. 18)

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Halal soap, without animal fat.

Most soaps are produced by using caustic soda and animal fat.
Animal fat is not desirable due to religious objections. Amber Soap
is specially for molated using pure vegetable oil to satisfy the
religious objections and contains no animal fat.

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668
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From denial to belief

Dawid Morris

669
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670
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678
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(Ladies first)

There is a woman at the beginning of all great things.


How Rushdie fooled the West.

and let them do the job

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...watered by tears.

680
The Qur'an opens our spiritual eyes.

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682
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683
Mind your own business.
Its nothing to do with you.

684
There is a lot of reluctance in the media to explain anything outside the
western framework.

685
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686
Where then do we go from here? Back into our old, familiar escapism, or-
forward into confrontation with obscurantism. It is not a choice I for one
would wish to make. And a third option is not on the horizon unless in our
desperation we regard the deflation of Col Gaddafy in far away Libya as
a harbinger of a new beginning in the world.
Girilal Jain, The Times of India, May 7, 1992, p. 8.

While I am quiet I think,


while I talk, I do not.

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687
But Pope has also added that being single is more suited to carrying out
a priest's duties. The needs of the Priesthood are better served by celibacy.

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688
689
"We won't be satisfied with the service at our airports until you are."

Sir John Egan


Chief Executive
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692
updraft, downdraft

Si John Egan j&£\


We won't be satisfied with the service at our airport until you are:

'■ (height of inhumanity)

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693
In death, as in his short life, Barrie Lockwood has been set apart from other
children. His family were denied permission to bury the seven-year-old
victim of cerebral palsy alongside other youngsters because his coffin was
six inches too long. Officials of Harrogate council in North Yorkshire
refused to bend the rules, which state that 4ft is the maximum for burial
in the children's section of Ripon cemetery. Instead he was laid to rest 200
yards away among adult graves up to 100 years old, his teddy bear-shaped
headstone surrounded by more formal monuments. At the time, in January,
Barrie's mother Valeri, of Aismunder by Close, Ripon, was too distraught
to argue following his death from a chest infection. But now she is
campaigning on behalf of other bereaved parents for a change in the
regulations. 'In times of great distress it can be a consolation to know your
child rests with others of his generation, but my son has been denied even
that,' she said. 'Because of his condition, his life didn't involve much contact
with other children, so surely it wasn't asking too much to be buried next
to those whose lives were also cut short? 'The children's cemetery is so
pretty, as much more appropriate for a boy of seven than placing him among
adults' graves dating back generations. (John Woodcock)

694
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