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100 Great Muslim Leaders of the 20 Century

Edited by Z.M. Khan, A.R. Momin, Manzoor Ahmed, Shaukat Ullah Khan and Z.A. Nizami, Institute of Objective Studies, 2005, xxxviii, 485 p, ISBN : 8185220069, $70.00 (Includes free airmail shipping)

100 Great Muslim Leaders of the 20 Century/edited by Z.M. Khan, A.R. Momin, Manzoor Ahmed, Shaukat Ullah Khan and Z.A. Nizami

Contents: Historical maps of the 20 century. Preface. Introduction. Leaders and Rulers: 1. Abdurrahman Wahid, Indonesia. 2. Abdurreshid Ibrahim, Siberia. 3. Ahmed Husain Deedat, South Africa. 4. Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnia-Herzegovina. 5. Al-Sadiq al-Mahdi, Sudan. 6. Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie, Indonesia. 7. Dr. Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia. 8. Dr. Mahathir Mohammad, Malaysia. 9. Hakim Hafiz Mohammad Ajmal Khan, India. 10. Ismail-bey Gaspraly, Russia. 11. King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman al-Saud, Saudi Arabia. 12. King Faisal bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, Saudi Arabia. 13. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, India. 14. Mohammed Ali Jinnah, Pakistan. 15. Mohammad Allal al-Fassi, Morocco. 16. Mohammad Hatta, Indonesia. 17. Mohammad Natsir, Indonesia. 18. Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan, India. 19. Nawab Sir Khaza Salimullah, India. 20. Necmettin Erbakan, Turkey. 21. Rachid al-Ghannouchi, Tunisia. 22. Ruhollah al-Musavi Khomeini, Iran. 23. Sa'd Zaghlul bin Ibrahim Pasha, Egypt. 24. Sultan Abd al-Hamid II, Turkey. 25. Tunku Adbul Rahman, Malaysia. 26. Ziaur Rahman, Bangladesh. Revolutionaries of Freedom-Fighters: 1. Abdel Qader al-Husseini, Palestine. 2. Ahmad al-Khatib Abu Muhammad, Jordan. 3. Dr. Ali Shariati, Iran. 4. Dr. Said Ramadan, Switzerland. 5. Hajj Muhammad Amin al-Husayni, Palestine. 6. Imam Hasan al-Banna, Egypt. 7. Izz al-din al-Qassam, Palestine. 8. Malik el-Shabaaz (Malcolm X), U.S.A. 9. Mazhar Shukri Krasniqi, Kosovo - New Zealand. 10. Mohammad ibn Abd al-Karim al-Khattabi, Morocco. 11. Shaikh Muhammad Farghali, Egypt. 12. Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, Palestine. 13. Umar al-Mukhtar, Libya. Ulema and Jurists: 1. Abdel Qadir Awdah, Egypt. 2. Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi, Qatar. 3. Hajji Hafiz Sabri Koci, Albania. 4. Imam Abdul Hameed Ibn Badees, Algeria. 5. Malik bin Nabi, Algeria. 6. Maulana Abdul Mahasin Mohammad Sajjad, India. 7. Maulana Ahmad Riza Khan, India. 8. Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi, India. 9. Maulana Husain Ahmad Madani, India. 10. Mohammad Basheer al-Ibrahimi, Algeria. 11. Qazi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi, India. 12. Syed Abul Ala Mawdudi, India. 13. Syed Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi, India. 14. Syed Ameer Ali, India. Writers of Poets: 1. Abdul Rauf Fitrat, Uzbekistan. 2. Al Hajj Ta'lim Ali Abu Nasr, Canada. 3. Dr. Abdul Karim Germanus, Hungary. 4. Dr. Mohammad Iqbal, India. 5. Dr. Murad Wilfred Hofmann, Germany. 6. Haji Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah, Indonesia. 7. Haji Umar Mita, Japan. 8. Maryam Jameelah, Pakistan. 9. Muhmmad Asad, Germany. 10. Muhammad Rabah, Italy. 11. Mohammed Marmaduke William Pickthal, England. 12. Prof. Fuat Sezgin, Germany. 13. Prof. Khurshid Ahmad, Pakistan. 14. Prof. Muhammad Hamidullah, France. 15. Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas, Indonesia. 16. Roger Garaudy, France. 17. Sayyed Hussein Nasr, USA. 18. Shaikh Muhammad Mahmud al-Sawwaf, Iraq. 19. Shaikh Muhammad Taqiuddin Hilali, Morocco. 20. Sheikh Adbul Fattah Abu Ghudda, Syria. 21. Sheikh Mustafa Ahmad al-Zarqa, Syria. Educationists and Social Reformers: 1. Ahmad Muhammad Ali Ansari, Saudi Arabia. 2. Abdullah Ali al-Motuwwa, Kuwait. 3. Abdolkarim Soroush, Iran. 4. Anne Sofie Roald, Sweden. 5. Imam Warith Deen Muhammd, USA. 6. Dr. Ahamad Domocao Alonto, Philippines. 7. Dr. A.M.A. Azeez, Sri Lanka. 8. Hakim Abdul Hamid, India. 9. Haim Mohammad Said, Pakistan. 10. Ismail Raji al-Faruqi, USA. 11. Maulana Mohammad Ilyas, India. 12. Mohammad Rashid Rida, Syria. 13. Mohammad Abduh, Egypt. 14. Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr, Iraq. 15. Muhiuddin Qulaibi, Tunisia. 16. Mulla Idriz Gjilani, Kosovo. 17. Mustafa al-Siba'i, Syria. 18. Rizaeddin Fakhreddin, East Europe: India. 19. Sayyid Qutb, Egypt. 20. Shaikh Abdullah Yusuf Azzam, Palestine. 21. Shaikh Amjad al-Zahawi, Iraq. 22. Shaikh Bedi'uzzaman Sa'id Nursi, Turkey. 23. Shaikh Fuzail Wartalani, Algeria. 24. Shaikh Muhammad Salim al-Bihani, Yemen. 25. Sheikh Adam Mossa Makda, Zimbabwe. 26. Zaynab al-Ghazali, Egypt. Contributors. Select bibliography. Index.

"Spanning the tumultuous history of the 20 century, this book profiles the life and times of 100 great Muslim leaders, the impact of whose thoughts and achievements continue to shape our lives in the 21 century. Quite a few of them are still among us, their lives' best work yet to come. This book endeavours to enrich our knowledge about the Muslim world while dispelling centuries-old myths and misconceptions.

The Institute of Objective Studies (IOS), based in New Delhi, is vision-inspired to be working for the creation of a humane society. The IOS, adhering to the core principles of Islam, is facilitating the integration of knowledge through interdisciplinary inquiry and research. This book is an account of the most momentous 100 years of world history, bringing into perspective many of the challenges being faced in our multicultural, multiethnic world, and the way Islam has engaged with them."

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