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— latest, 6th October 2015: You Can Do Magic♫ You Can Have Anything That You Desire♪ – But, Not So In Quran – Harut, Marut And The Not So Holy Masons
Refuting the gross distortion and misrepresentation of the Quran, the Prophet Muhammad and Islam, made by the critics of Islam
In a report in Badr, 26th March 1908, the Editor (I presume) gives an account of his visit to Bhera, where Dr Basharat Ahmad was stationed in his medical employment. He records here an event showing Dr Basharat Ahmad’s integrity, truthfulness, fairness and service of humanity in the course of his work.
Readers will recall how the anti-Ahmadiyya writer using the name “Pleezing One” claimed that he was ready to reject the writings of Rumi, if we presented them in reply to his allegations against Hazrat Mirza sahib. For that discussion please see this link.
There was an article in the Urdu Daily Jang, in the London edition (28 February 2008, p. 4), in which the writer, Dr Safdar Mehmood, quoted an anecdote from Rumi’s Mathnawi. His first paragraph shows how highly Rumi is regarded. The point of the article is also of interest. Please read it here as a pdf file.
(Note: The first page of the pdf file shows columns 1 and 2 of the article, side by side. The second page shows columns 3 and 4, side by side. Please observe this order when reading.)