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Muhammad Ali (writer)

Muhammad Ali (; Arabic: محمد على‎‎; 1874 – 13 October 1951) was a Indian writer, scholar, and leading figure of the Ahmadiyya Movement.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Works 2
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Biography

Ali was born in Punjab, British India, in 1874. He obtained an M.A. in English and a LL.B. in 1899. He joined the Ahmadiyya Movement in 1897 and dedicated his life to the service of the movement as part of what he saw as a restored and pristine Islamic faith. Some Muslim scholars and jurists, on the other hand, have considered the Ahmadiyya to be outside of mainstream Islam or even heretical.[1]

Works

  • Muhammad Ali (1933). History and Doctrines of the Babi Movement. Lahore, India. 
  • Muhammad Ali (1936). The Religion of Islam. Lahore, Pakistan. 
  • Muhammad Ali (2002). The Holy Quran: Arabic text with English translation and Commentary. 
  • Muhammad Ali. Bayan-ul-Quran: Urdu translation with extensive commentary. 
  • Muhammad Ali. A Manual of Hadith. 
  • Muhammad Ali. Muhammad, The Prophet. 
  • Muhammad Ali. True Conception of the Ahmadiyya Movement. 
  • Muhammad Ali. The Split in the Ahmadiyya Movement. 

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "ASA 2004 Panels". Theasa.org. Retrieved December 6, 2011. 

References

  • A Mighty Striving, Detailed biography of Maulana Muhammad Ali

External links

  • Online Quran Project includes the Qur'an translation by Maulana Muhammad Ali.
  • Selection of Maulana Muhammad Ali works available online
  • List of Books by Maulana Muhammad Ali
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