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Matalibul Furqan 5 – Parwez (مطالب الفرقان جلد پنجم – پرویز)

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Khatme Nabuwwat Aur Tehrike Ahmadiyat – Parwez (ختمِ نبوت اور تحریکِ احمدیت ۔ پرویز)

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Munno Yazdan – Parwez (مَن و یزداں – پرویز)

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The Eclipse of Islam – What happened to Islam after Hazrat Umar – Parwez (شعلۂ عشق سیاہ پوش ہوا تیرے بعد – پرویز)

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Asbabe Zawale Ummat – Parwez (اسبابِ زوالِ اُمت ۔ پرویز)

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Aurat Quran K Aaieney Main – G A Parwez (عورت قرآن کے آئینے میں ۔ پرویز)

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Shahkare Risalat New Edition – Parwez (شاہکارِ رِسالت حضرت عمر فاروق – پرویز)

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The aim and objective of the Tolu-e-Islam

The aim and objective of the Tolu-e-Islam Movement is to remove all non-Quranic ideologies, beliefs, and practices prevalent in present-day Islam, and replace them with Quranic concepts based upon reason and rationale. Tolu-e-Islam’s literature is essentially directed towards individuals who are in search of truth so that they can overcome the forces of secularism and be able to establish a pure Quranic society, wherever they may be. The words “Tolu-e-Islam,” meaning “dawn” or “resurgence” of Islam, were taken from the title of a poem by the sub-continent’s great Muslim philosopher and poet Allama Mohammed Iqbal. 

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