Author: Maulana Wahiduddin Khan
Publisher: Goodword books
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8178980681
In the past when the sword was the only weapon of war, militancy did not lead to the mass-scale loss of life and property such as modern warfare brings in its wake. This book dwells on the concepts of Peace, Tolerance and Non-Violence in Islam.
It is no exaggeration to say that Islam and violence are contradictory to each other. The concept of Islamic violence is so obviously unfounded that prima facie it stands rejected. The fact that violence is not sustainable in the present world is sufficient indication that violence as a principle is quite alien too the scheme of things in Islam.
Islam claims to be an eternal religion and, as such could never afford to uphold any principle which could not stand up to the test of time. Any attempt to bracket violence with Islam amounts therefore, to casting doubt upon the very eternity of the Islamic religion. Islamic terrorism is a contradiction in terms, much like ‘pacifist’ terrorism.
And the truth of the matter is that, all the teachings of Islam are based directly or indirectly on the principle of peace.
The True Jihad
Peace in the Quran
Non-Violence and Islam
Tolerance!! Its Significance Today