The author vouches to explicate the real tenor of Islam and its significant trends. In this maddening world the satanic forces and the power of the God are in contention that warrants a discerning solution to be sorted out. The mind of non-Muslim is riddled with several elementary questions about Islam. Moid Siddiqui takes up such pertinent questions integral to Islam. ?This book is not prescriptive for teaching Islam; this book is descriptive that describes Islam, as well as the changing trends across the spiritual world?.Islam is a simple religion made complicated by some followers,? says the author.
The book is splayed in four parts. Part one lets large the changing trends of vibrant Islam facing tough times. The author takes a peek into ?The New World Order? and goes deliberating it being a conspiracy. Moid Siddiqui has devoted an entire chapter on ?Christian'sskewed inference of Islamic eschatology?. In part two, the author hails Islam as ?the first and last religion?. He asserts that ?Islam exists from the time immemorial?. He goes on to expound certain key-concepts of Islam for instance, tawhid and its magnanimity. Readers get to know about certain key-figures in Islamic scriptures ? Malaika, Farishte, Iblis, Jinn, Shaitan among others. The family tree from Abraham to Solomon is also well depicted. Nuggets of the Holy Qur?an have also been included. In part three, the author harps on a brilliant interlocution to lay the nitty-gritty inside out.
Many readers may however feel that the author casts aspersions on certain sections of society. ?Yesterday, Islam was an ?ignored religion? by the courtesy of western propaganda and media dominated by Jewish people?.The conspirators stand exposed.? Slandering of sort might ruffle feathers of some non-Muslim readers??There are many misgivings and misunderstandings about Islam, partly because of the malice spread by the Orientalists, Jews and Western media and partly owing to inappropriate behaviour and certain practices followed by some Muslims, which do not go well with Islam.? Slandering entire stock of Jews renders a self-maligning act. The real tenor of Islam transcends sectarian upsurge and keeps at bay any solipsism. And so its followers ought to pay heed to be true Musalmans. Again the poet deals a vitriolic attack on the championeers of ?The New World Order? calling it the stealth mission of infamous Zionist Movement to rule the world by hatching ?automational world government?.
This book caters substantive Islamic fervour to Muslims and non-Muslims alike. ?First Muslims must understand Islam than anyone else.? To Muslims he exhorts, ?Aye Musalmano! Musalman bano? that is to imbibe the true essence and zeal of the religion. To non-Muslims, the book spells out its true colours to elicit reverence and merge any differences.
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