"Islam Denounces Terrorism" by Harun Yahya

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"Islam Denounces Terrorism" by Harun Yahya

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by Harun Yahya

Islam Denounces Terrorism is the new book by highly acclaimed Muslim
intellectual Harun Yahya. Harun Yahya is a Turkish writer who enjoys an
increasing global readership. It comes at a time when the confusion and
misunderstandings surrounding Islam have never been greater and when the need
to set the record straight concerning Muslims and what their religion really
teaches and asks of them must be truthfully proclaimed.

Islam Denounces Terrorism by Harun Yahya accepts that challenge and delivers a
must read for everyone who is looking to find the truth behind Islam's role on
September 11.

As Muslims, we strongly condemn the terrorist attacks on two major cities of
the United States of America on September 11, 2001, which caused the death and
injury of thousands of innocent people.

This book does not contain the personal views of the author, explanations
based on dubious sources, styles that are unobservant of the respect and
reverence due to sacred subjects, nor hopeless, doubt-creating, and
pessimistic accounts that create deviations in the heart. It maintains that
the source of the terror we condemn is definitely not from a divine religion,
and that there is no room for terrorism in Islam.

Hard-hitting facts, focused and to the point, Islam Denounces Terrorism is
highly recommended for those wishing to learn more about the world faith of
Islam and it's teachings in relation to terrorism.

 Profile on Harun Yahya:
A leading Muslim intellectual from Turkey, Harun Yahya is the author of many
books concerning the world of Islam such as the relationship of science and
Islam, interfaith dialogue, and the importance of unity among believers of all
faiths. Harun Yahya enjoys a wide readership from all nations, languages and
religions, and many of his books have been translated into more than 40
languages. His works have also been received with interest by Western
scientific circles, and some of his scientific texts have been reviewed in
various scientific journals as the most important expositions of Islamic
creationism. These journals include The New Scientist, Science, NCSE (National
Center for Science Education) Reports, and The Cladistics.