Invitation to Ahmadiyya : “Dawat ul Ameer”

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Invitation to Ahmadiyyat is an English translation of Dawat al-Amir, en epistle written in Urdu and presented in Persian to a Ruler of Afghanistan, Amanullah Khan. It is written by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih II (ra).

(1889-1965) Khalifatul Masih II (1914-1965) Al Musleh Mauod (The Promised Reformer) Second Successor to the Promised Messiah.

Table of Contents:

1. Foreword2. Translator’s Note3. Part I – Preliminaries4. Part II Arguments – Argument 1 – The Need of the Hour5. Argument 2 – Testimony of the Holy Prophet6. Argument 3 – Personal Purity7. Argument 4 – Triumph of Islam over Other Religions8. Argument 5 – Rejuvenation of Islam9. Argument 6 – Divine Help10. Argument 7 – Defeat of Enemies11. Argument 8 – Adored by Angels12. Argument 9 – Gift of Special Knowledge13. Argument 10 – Prophecies14. Argument 11 – Love of God and the Holy Prophet15. Argument 12 – Life-giving Powers16. Part III – Invitation

He it is Who has sent His Messenger with guidance and the true faith that He may make it prevail over all other faiths (Al-Quran, 9:33; 48:29; 61:10)

Invitation to
Ahmadiyyat

Being a statement of beliefs, a rationale of claims and an invitation, on behalf of the Ahmadiyya Movement for the propagation and rejuvenation of Islam by Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-din Mahmud Ahmad,1980,THE LONDON MOSQUE.

http://www.alislam.org/books/invitation/index.html

Every chapter of this book could be used as a flyer and or as a pamphlet, I understand.

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