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Khurram Murad
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Published (first published January 1st 2013)
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Khurram Murad (1932–1996) was a Pakistani Islamic scholar and writer.
While his da'wah activities began in Pakistan, he has been involved in the promotion of the Islamic movement in Asia, Europe and Africa. As a teacher and a da'iyah his speeches and orations have inspired thousands of young men and women all over the world. As chief of the training departments of the Jamiat, the Jamaat and as an a
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“The Messenger of God, bpuh, said: ‘A Muslim is a Muslim’s brother; he does not wrong him, nor desert him, nor looks down upon him. Remember, piety lies here! (And he pointed his finger to his heart three times.) To belittle one’s Muslim brother [in thoughts or treatment] is enough of evil for a person to do.’ (Muslim: Abu Hurayrah)” 0 likes
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