Books

  • Islam: Terrorism or a model religion?

    Islam, a peaceful religion, nowadays has become a most misunderstood and generally misinterpreted religion. Muslim radicals present it as an authoritarian ideology and most of the western scholars and their eastern disciples depict it as hate mong...

  • Rural life of Andhra Muslims

    If my daughter dies when husband is alive use this red coffin cloth. If she dies after her husband use this white cloth, please. This .. This only I forgot in the dowry. Every girl's father please remember this.

  • Wages of terrorism as state policy

    Book: Coming Blowback: how Pakistan is endangering the World Author: Wilson John Publisher: Rupa and Co in collaboration with Observer Research Foundation Year of Publication: 2009 Pages: 296 Price: 595 Pakistan, since ...

  • An Islamic perspective on Jihad

    Jihad is the most abused term of Islam. It has been abused by one and all ranging from rulers to secret cults to justify and legitimize their actions in the name of Jihad and observing commandments of Islam.

  • Prophet’s poetic biography

    Book: The Soul of the Desert Author: Umer O Thasneem Publisher: Other Books, Calicut, Kerala Pages: 294 Price: Rs. 260 Year: not mentioned ISBN: 978-93-80081-14-4 39-year-old author in his passionate introduction to the text writ...

  • An anthology of motivating profiles of Indian Muslims

    Muslims are an undeniable part of the Subcontinent. Its history is incomplete without them and they have contributed towards erecting the edifice of what is known as the Ganga Jamuni civilization as well as the inclusive and pluralistic culture of...

  • Modern relevance of a medieval Islamic scholar — Ibn Taimiyah

    The Wahhabi movement led by Muhammad ibn Abd Al-Wahhab in the eighteenth century Najd was inspired by Ibn Taimiyah. Ibn Abd al-Wahhab hailed Ibn Taimiya as a pioneer of Salafism which means following the salaf, the first three generations of Islam...

  • Book: An exercise in Understanding the Qur’an

    Book: An exercise in Understanding the Qur’an Author: Irfan Ahmad Khan Publisher: Association for Qur’anic Understanding, USA Pages: 216 Price: Not mentioned ISBN: 978-1567447736

  • A guide to RTI: Suchana Ka Adhikar (Hindi)

    Book: Suchana Ka Adhikar (Hindi) Author: Afroz Alam Sahil Publisher: Jama’at-e-Islami Hind (community & social wing), Jamia Nagar, New Delhi, India Year: 2010 Price: Rs 30 Pages: 142

  • The lie and farce of Hyderabad’s ‘Police Action’

    A shocking exposure of non-violent Congress! The ire in the then eighteen-year-old author's heart remained dormant for sixty-three years. Now at the age of 81 he decided not to carry the burden to his grave and expose the tall claim of 'Police Act...

  • Justice delayed, denied, TRAMPLED — Book on Babri Masjid

    This collection of some important recent articles analyzes the September 30 verdict from various angles. The verdict has been scrutinised by not only eminent jurists and constitution specialists but also by historians, archeologists, writers and m...

  • Book: Sondhi Mitti Ka Attar

    The latest book by Dr. Shamim Aleem Sondhi Mitti Ka Attar is a worthwhile addition to Urdu literature. A retired Professor of the prestigious Osmania University of Hyderabad, she wields a prolific pen, both in English and Urdu, and has to her cred...

  • Besieged: Reviving 1857 through letters; Voices from Delhi

    Those who are familiar with the history of novel writing are aware of the fact that English in the beginning the epistolary mode (letter writing) was adopted to tell a story. History of a family or a country was re-created through letters of real ...

  • Trail of Saffron Terror from Malegaon to Ajmer

    Review of "Trail of Saffron Terror from Malegaon to Ajmer": With the chargesheet filed in Ajmer Dargah blast case the lid of secrecy on Saffron terrorism has finally been blown up. With more and more pracharaks being exposed the old proverb “Mukh ...

  • Life under India’s Muslim rulers

    The objective of the book is to remove some of the misgivings about Islamic polity and practices as spread by the critics of Islam and to highlight that though the medieval Indian state was monarchial in nature, there is no dearth of examples to s...

  • Ahmadabad (1411-1817): Environmental Facets of A Medieval Urban Centre

    The book demolishes certain historiographical stereotypes created by communal writings. It gives lie to the view that Indian towns were not urban by urban standards. Ahmadabad presented an example in the socio-economic techniques of progress and t...

  • An extraordinary work on Islam

    Here is a book which brings forth truths not palatable to Sangh Parivar; because it strikes, and strikes them hard, all the false propaganda and myths they have been parading against Islam. Just in 280 pages the author very convincingly discusses ...

  • How India lost 1857 – its First War of Independence

    Shamsul Islam provides many missing links in the history of India’s First War of Independence.

  • A Guide for community empowerment

    A guide aimed at providing information to the change-makers and other development professionals to enhance their skills and to work in a more focused, structured and systematic manner.