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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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Answer to Arun Shourie: ‘Suffering is also a blessing’ | The firstpost.com |10th September 2011

“Troubled Times” | The newsletter | Elijah Interfaith Institute - September 2011

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Mumbai Mirror I Page 6 |12 August 2012

Noted Islamic scholar and peace activist Maulana Wahiduddin Khan speaks to Jyoti Punwani about the issues agitating the community and the way forward

What is your analysis of the Assam violence

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Chronicle | 16th September 2012

Violent acts of extremism in the name of Islam will destroy Muslims too. Peace-loving, liberal Muslims feel the need of the hour is to voice their protests and make it clear that the community will not accept terrorists into its fold

Thirteen is an unlucky number. And rightfully so for these 13 foolish, misguided youth arrested for alleged terror links.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I DNA India, January 1, 2013

The young girl, who was gang-raped in a Delhi bus has died. Her suffering has stirred the Indian conscience. It has started a new process of a revival of the cherished values of ancient India.

 

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I God Bless Our Home Magazine I 9th May 2013 I Page 18, 19, 20

Reporter> You have said, “Finding God is entirely possible”.  How?