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Addressing a large gathering at Nagpur Meet organised by district unit of Jamiat-e-Ahle-Hadeeth on January 26, 2010, Maulana Ina’amul Haq Farooqi stated the importance of Knowledge, its use and significance in day-to-day life. Knowledge provides courage, intrepidity and vigour to face the social and other numerous problems pertaining to life. Dr. Waseemur Rahman (IAS) officer was a guest speaker at the occasion.

A historical meet on “Sahaba-e-Karam and Love of the Prophet” was organised by district unit of Jamiat Ahle Hadeeth, Chandni Chowk, Delhi at Bacchon Ka Ghar, Darya Ganj on February 20, 2010. Presenting the Report. Maulan Muhammad Ahmad Salafi described the on going activities of Jamiat in the area and stated the future plan for the religious, social and educationsal welfare of Salafi brothers and sisters.

A two-day Seminar on “Maulana Mukhtar Ahmad Nadvi – His Life and Services” shall take place on April 17-18, (Saturday and Sunday) 2010 at Jamia Muhammadiya Mansoora, Malegaon. INSHA ALLAH! The Jamia’s organs Majalla Al-Balagh and Sawtul Haq would lanch its special issue at the occeasion. All are cordially invited to participate. Contact Nos.092236259/09869506574; Tel: (022)23081702/23082737)

Srinagar: A 2-day conference on “Islam and Universal Peace” was organised by Jamiat Ahle-Hadeeth (J&K) at Khudwani Kulgam. Addressing the participants, Maulana Shawkat Ahmad Shah, president of Jamiat Ahle Hadeeth said that solution to the worldwide distrust, hatred and enmity lies in Islam which provides a guarantee for peace and universal brotherhood. Speaking about the Muslim Ummah he said that unfortunately they are divided on petty issues and thereby doing a great disservice to the cause of mission of Islam, the command of God, Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and humanity as a whole. He called upon universal Muslim Ummah to remove their petty differences and disputes, to close their rank and file, and join hands to spread the commands of Allah and Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) all over the world to save humanity.

“The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History”, a book written in 1978 by Michael H. Hart, an American Christian scholar, provides a detailed account of 100 most influential persons in history of the mankind. It has logically described the biographies of religious and political leaders, inventors, writers, philosophers, scientists and artists, and has ranked them according to their impact and influence on humanity. Surprising to readers, Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) was the first person on Michael Hart's biographical list.

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