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Malfoozaat (statements and anecdotes) of Faqeeh-ul-Ummat Mufti Mahmood Hasan Gangohi (R.A) Vol. 2

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Wednesday, 01 May 2013 07:06

 

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Malfoozaat (statements and anecdotes) of Faqeeh-ul-Ummat Mufti Mahmood Hasan Gangohi (R.A) Vol. 1

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Tuesday, 30 April 2013 15:25

 

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The incidents of demolishing temples

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Sunday, 31 August 2008 12:39

Q: Did Muslim rulers demolish temples during their rule?

A: The Muslims would not demolish the temples. However there were dangerous thieves especially among the Maharattas and the masses were greatly harassed by them. They did not know their whereabouts. Investigations were conducted and it became evident that the thieves would gather in the temples and then distribute the stolen wealth. In order to put a stop to them a few temples were demolished. (Their intention was not to demolish the temples, but to destroy the thieves’ hideout.)

Allamah Shibli Nu`mani has written a book on this subject named: Aurangzeb `Aalamgeer par ek nazar (A glance at Aurangzeb `Aalamgeer). It was the critics that have defamed the Muslim leaders. 

   

The covering of the Ka`bah

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Sunday, 31 August 2008 12:37

Q: When and who was the first person to enshroud the Ka`bah?

A: This discussion appears in Fathul Baari the commentary of Bukhari Shareef.

   

History is formulated in accordance to the perception of the historian

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Sunday, 31 August 2008 12:36

Generally, a historian’s perception plays a role in the formulating of historical facts. He presents the events according to his perception. Therefore, many facts that are contrary to the actual events appear in history books. The true incident is not found.
   
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