HOW TO TELL OTHERS ABOUT ISLAM YAHIYA EMERICK PDFJune 20, 2020
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What good is knowing about Islam if you can’t share it with someone? Emrrick manual is the first of its kind. It supplies a variety of situations from Sharing Islamic teachings at school, in the military, and even to Muslims who’ve strayed. Detailed charts, definitions, and history accompanies the chapters on varying faiths.
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How To Tell Others About Islam
I really loved this book because it was a beacon of Islamic information. He had a lot of helpful dawah tips. He was spot-on in several ways and I believe every Muslim should read this book at least once in their lives.
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Yahiya Emerick has been a prolific author and has written many articles that have been published in local as well as national magazines, both in North America and abroad. Amirah Publishing was founded by Yahiya Emerick in in order to further his ideal of publishing American-oriented literature on Islam. Much to his chagrin, Brother Yahiya found that many traditional Muslims were quite content Yahiya Emerick has been a prolific author and has written many articles that have been published in local as well as national magazines, both in North America and abroad.
Emerrick to his chagrin, Brother Yahiya found that many traditional Muslims were quite content with the old, outdated books imported from overseas and could not conceive of the need for literature specifically designed for the North American environment. After having written two books, which received wide acclaim in local Muslim circles, Brother Yahiya looked in vain for a publisher willing to work with him in this vision. After many promises and vague arrangements, he decided to form his own company and work for Allah as best he knew how.
Today, with the addition of Reshma Baig, Qasim Najar emerickk Samina Baig to the team, Amirah Publishing is enjoying rapid growth and recognition among Muslims as a source for original, as well as improved literature, for use in a strictly American environment. Books by Yahiya Emerick. No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.