ISLAM IN A CHANGING WORLD Part 1


Beliefs & Practices, Dawah & Tabligh, History & Biography

Thoughts and powers. This revolution was to nullify the efforts of all those conquerors of the past who had won the land for Islam. It also meant the invalidation of the labours of Khwaja Moin Uddin Chisti and his pure hearted disciples who had on the one hand preached the message of love and humanity and social justice to the people and, on the other, provided moral and spiritual guidance to rulers to run the country as conscientious, true-hearted and God-fearing servants of the country. This was not all, for this revolution threatened to destroy the entire educational system and intellectual fabric of the land which had been laboriously built up by these men of God.

May 16, 2010