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Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Pakistan Christian Post I September 28, 2013

The Prophet Muhammad received his first Divine revelation in Makkah in the year 610 C.E. God had appointed him to spread the message of tawhid or the oneness of God. Now, with regard to this mission there was a major issue that he had to deal with. And this was that the Ka‘aba, which is in Makkah and which the Prophet Abraham and his son Ishmael had built for the worship of the one God, had, in later times, been converted into a centre for polytheism. 360 idols had been installed therein.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Tehelka.com | September 26, 2013

In just the last couple of days, there have been two deadly attacks orchestrated by self-styled Muslims, killing many people—the attack on a church in Peshawar and a shopping mall in Nairobi. Attacks on, and persecution of, non-Muslim minorities have escalated in recent years in many Muslim-majority countries.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | September 26, 2013 | Countercurrents.org

In just the last couple of days, there have been two deadly attacks orchestrated by self-styled Muslims, killing huge numbers of people—the attack on the church in Peshawar and the shopping mall in Nairobi. Attacks on, and persecution of, non-Muslim minorities have escalated in recent years in many Muslim-majority countries.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Tehelka.com I September  23, 2013

Some people argue that social problems can be solved only through ‘social activism’, particularly through demonstrating against the state or the authorities.

Interview with Maulana Wahiduddin Khan on Education: 'Modern' and 'Religious'I Pakistan Christian Post I  August 20, 2013

Founder of the New Delhi-based Centre for Peace and Spirituality, Maulana Wahiduddin Khan is one of India’s best-known religious scholars and an active proponent of inter-community dialogue. In this interview with Yoginder Sikand he reflects on issues to do with ongoing debates about ‘modern’ education and what these mean for our understandings of religion and spirituality.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I New Age Islam I August 5,  2013

In the later stages in the life of any Ummah or religious community, a phenomenon inevitably appears—that of its religion being divided up into different factions or sects. The Quran refers to this phenomenon of people splitting up their religion and becoming divided into sects, ‘each one exulting in what they have’ (30:32).  Further, in this regard, God tells us:

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