Archive for 2005

Editorial
The perfect example of the Holy Prophet(sa). (Fareed Ahmad - UK)
Notes & Comments: A License to Kill?
The impact of alcohol on the economy and why some moves to tackle associated problems exacerbate the situation. (Fareed Ahmad - UK)
Nearness to God – Part 3
How adopting the attributes of God improve a man spiritually and result in a closer bond between man and God. (Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad - The Promised Messiah and Mahdi (as))
Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih V’s address at the opening of Nasir Mosque in Hartlepool
A timely reminder that a mosque is a place for all worshippers of God and a source of social peace. (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V(aba))
The Importance of Financial Sacrifice
Why sharing one’s wealth with the have-nots discharges an important obligation man owes to other men. (Rashid Ahmad Cheedoo - UK)
The Preaching of Islam: Two Conflicting Views
An analysis of the accusation that Islam was spread by the sword. (Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih IV)
Editorial: Religious Bigotry
(Tommy Kallon – UK)
Notes & Comments: With Moderates Like These
The so-called custodians of orthodox Islam in the UK leave much to be desired. (Waqar Ahmedi - UK)
Advent of the Holy Prophet(sa) is Like the Coming of God
An explanation of why previous prophets prophesied the advent of the Holy Prophet(sa) metaphorically as the coming of God. Also, a discourse on the Holy Prophet’s(sa) station of intercession. (Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad - The Promised Messiah and Mahdi (as))
Religions Drips With Blood
The history of religion is one of destruction and bloodshed but does true religion teach violence or has religion always been exploited by corrupt religious leaders with ulterior motives? (Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih IV)
Blessings of Righteous Company
If the company we keep influences our behaviour, there are blessings to be gained from associating with righteous company. (Kalim Anwer - UK)
A Glimpse into some of the Qualities of Khilafat-e-Rashida
A look at some of the qualities of the Successors to the Holy Prophet(sa) who could not be corrupted despite the absolute religion and temporal powers they enjoyed. (Waleed Ahmad - UK)
I Answer the Prayer of the Supplicant when he Prays to Me
A convert recounts his experience of the efficacy of prayers. (Harris Maguire - UK)
Editorial
On 8th October 2005 Pakistan was hit by a 7.6-magnitude earthquake that caused major devastation in the north of the country and in Kashmir. (Sarah Waseem – UK)
Notes & Comments: Belief in God – Religious and Scientific Study
Does the concept of intelligent design help bridge the gap between religion and science? (Sarah Waseem – UK)
Exalted Status of the Holy Prophet(sa) – Part 1
The Holy Prophet( s a ) is the most of revered of prophets. When we follow him we get closer to Allah. (Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad - The Promised Messiah and Mahdi (as))