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Miracles of The Qur'an
Film Inspired By Harun Yahya - DVD
FACTS that Science Reveals, Modern Scientific Discoveries
Islamic Vision, IPCI
The unique style of the Qur'an, which was revealed 14 centuries ago, and the superior wisdom it represents are definite proof that it is the word of Allah.
Additionally, the Qur'an has many miraculous aspects which prove that it is sent by Allah. One of them is that some scientific facts, which we have only been able to discover by the technology of the 20th century, were stated in the Qur'an 1400 years ago.
These facts which could not have been known at the time of the Qur'ans revelation once again show to the man of today that the Qur'an is the word of Allah.
Yahya, was born in Ankara in 1956. He studied arts at Istanbul's Mimar Sinan
University and philosophy at Istanbul University. Since the 1980s, the author
has published many books on political, faith-related and scientific issues.
Greatly appreciated all around the world, these works have been instrumental in many people recovering their faith in God and in many others gaining a deeper insight into their faith. Harun Yahya's works appeal to all people, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, as they center around one goal: to open the readers' mind by encouraging them to think about some critical issues such as the existence of God and wonders of His creation and to display the decrepit foundations and perverted works of godless systems.
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The End Of Time: A New Beginning 2xDVD Inc Lecture By Awlaki
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A Treasury of Quran Stories Gift Set 1, Goodwordkidz, 4xHB Books
Beginner's Book of Salah: Incl Prayers in Arabic-Eng & Transli
If My servant desires to
meet Me, I desire to meet him. If he does not like to meet Me, I do not like to
[Malik, Bukhari and al-Nasa'i]