Monthly Archives: June 2010

Francis Robinson on Ahmadiyya

An extract from Francis Robinson’s essay – ‘Ulama of South Asia from 1800 to the mid-Twentieth Century. (Islam, South Asia, and the West, Oxford India, 2008, pp 69-70) … “Context was also crucial to the formation of a particular piece … Continue reading

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Pro-America Muslims: Good Muslim/Bad Muslim

Writing in Washington Post’s “On Faith” blog, Naseem Mahdi, the National Vice President of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, introduces the attempted bombing of Times Square bombing as a “familiar” incident “when a Pakistani Muslim man allegedly attempted to detonate a bomb … Continue reading

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