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  1. Ahmad and Sara go to Mosque
    $3.00
    Ahmad and Sara go to Mosque
    63 pages Learn More
  2. Basic Information about Ahmadiyyat
    $3.00
    Basic Information about Ahmadiyyat
    57 pages Learn More
  3. Elementary Study of Islam
    $5.00
    Elementary Study of Islam
    79 Pages Learn More
  4. Holy Quran with Albanian Translation   (KURANI KERIM    Përkthim e komentim në gjuhën shqipe)
    $15.00
    Holy Quran with Albanian Translation by Muhammad Zakaria Khan
    Printed in 2003 in Germany.
    Translations of Holy Quran

    Each verse of the Holy Quran has a simple and obvious meaning which can be understood even on a first reading. In addition to this, each verse forms a part of a unique integrated system of multiple channels containing numerous meanings hidden below the surface. Via these channels, the subject matter of any verse forms a continuous link with the preceding and following verses and chapters, like a multichannel communication system.

    In the light of the above, two things become obvious:
    1. However meticulous and faithful a translation may be, it can only go part of the way in helping to convey the meaning of a book so multi-faceted and rich in the meaning as the Holy Quran. Indeed it is impossible to claim that any one translation of the Holy Quran is sufficient to convey to the reader the entire message contained in the original text.
    2. It is even more difficult to choose some specimen verses of the Holy Quran relating to a given subject and consider them to be sufficiently representative. For instance, if a few verses of the sacred text are selected to represent the economic system, as envisaged in the Holy Quran, the task would become prohibitive because of the rich multi- faceted nature of the Holy Quran; also because the philosophy of the Islamic economic system can be deduced from many verses of the Holy Quran which are not even directly related to the subject of economics.
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  5. Jesus in India
    $5.00
    Jesus in India is the Albanian translation of Masih Hindustan mein, an Urdu treatise written by the Holy Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835 - 1908).
    The main thesis expounded in the treatise is Jesus' escape from an ignominious death on the Cross, and his subsequent journey to India in quest of the lost tribes of Israel whom he had to gather into his fold as mentioned in the New Testament.

    Abundant evidence has been furnished from Christian as well as Muslim Scriptures, old medical books and books of history, including ancient Buddhist records, to illustrate the theme.

    Starting upon his journey from Jerusalem and passing from thence through Nasibus and Iran, Jesus is shown to have reached Afghanistan, where he met the Jews who had settled there after their deliverance from the bondage of Nebuchadnezzar. From Afghanistan Jesus went to Kashmir, where some Israelite tribes had also settled. He made this place his home and here he died. His tomb has been traced and found in Khanyar Street, Srinagar, Kashmir, India.

    Another question that has baffled historians is the striking resemblance that exists between Christian and Buddhist teachings and between the life events of both Jesus and Buddha as revealed in their respective Scriptures. Some of the historians hold the view that Buddhist teachings must somehow have reached Palestine and been assimilated by Jesus in his own sermons. Others are of the opinion that Jesus must have come to Tibet before the crucifixion and gone back to Palestine after having imbibed Buddhist teachings.

    Repudiating both these views, Hazrat Ahmad writes that Jesus came to India not before the event of the Cross but after it and that it was not he who borrowed Buddhist teachings but the followers of Buddha who seem to have reproduced the entire picture of the Gospels in their books. According to Hazrat Ahmad, Jesus did visit Tibet during his travels in India in search of the lost tribes of Israel. He preached his messages to Buddhist monks, some of whom were converted Jews. The followers of Buddha were deeply impressed by his teachings and took him to be the manifestation of Buddha and their Promised Teacher.

    Masih Hindustan mein was written in 1899 and it marks the end of an era in which for centuries Muslims and Christians had believed in the ascension of Jesus to Heaven. It being the first book ever written on the subject with such a rational approach, the book produced a most profound impact. In Muslim circles, the effect has been so marked that the Rector of the Al-Azhar University in Cairo issued a Fatwa (verdict) that according to the Holy Quran Jesus had died a natural death. Its influence on the Christian mind has also been greatly disturbing. Learn More
  6. Message of Ahmadiyyat
    $5.00
    Message of Ahmadiyyat
    56 Pages Learn More
  7. Murder in the Name of Allah
    $5.00
    Murder in the Name of Allah
    162 pages Learn More
  8. Our Teaching
    $3.00
    Albanian Translation of Hamaari Taleem , an Urdu book by the Promised Messiah Learn More
  9. Revival of Religion
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    Revival of Religion
    13 pages Learn More
  10. Salat, The Muslim Prayer Book
    $3.00
    The Muslim Prayer Book
    98 pages, Paperback Learn More

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