A Brief Guide To Islam And Its Position Towards Al-Qaeda & ISIS By Abu Iyaad Amjad Bin Muhammad Rafiq
Author: Abu Iyaad Amjad Bin Muhammad Rafiq
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 8.3 x 5.8 x 0.2 inch
Publication Year: 2016
About This Book:
"A Short Manual for Islam And Its Situation Towards Al-Qaeda and ISIS" by Abu Iyaad Amjad Container Muhammad Rafiq is a significant wellspring of lucidity and understanding in our current reality where Islam is normally misjudged. This compact presentation offers a decent viewpoint that scatters fantasies and confusions about Islam's central standards while resolving the basic issues presented by Al-Qaeda and ISIS.
Features and qualities include:
This book offers an itemized prologue to Islam, providing perusers with a reasonable comprehension of its principal thoughts, lessons, and values. It demystifies Islam and makes it open to Muslims and non-Muslims the same.
Abu Iyaad Amjad Container Muhammad Rafiq handles the convoluted and fragile issues of Al-Qaeda and ISIS in Testing Fanaticism. He offers a fair and very much contemplated scrutinization, focusing light on the glaring contrasts between their belief system and standard Islam.
The writer dives into the verifiable background of radical developments, following their starting points and stressing how their demonstrations go against the statutes of Islam's hallowed books.
The book underlines the need to recognize the assortment that exists inside the Muslim world. It stresses the way that the incredibly greater part of Muslims go against revolutionary belief systems and viciousness.
"A Short Manual for Islam And Its Situation Towards Al-Qaeda and ISIS" supports interfaith conversation and understanding. It welcomes perusers to have open conversations on Islam and its relationship with radical gatherings.