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Go Back in Time with the Latest Publication by The World Federation

Updated on 12 March 2018

Bashir Ahmed Datoo, in his latest book ‘Bookend Revolutions, In Islamic History’, revisits the revolution that took place at the time of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w) and closes with the revolution that will occur under the leadership of the Imam Mahdi (a). These two revolutions form, as it were, the ‘bookends’ of Islamic history. After the return of Imam Mahdi (a) the final phase of the revolution will transpire which will reiterate the original message taught by the Holy Prophet (s.a.w) of justice and peace.

Overall, this book is an excellent read particularly for those who wish to understand the relationship between certain historical events that occurred between the two revolutions. It provides the reader with an insight into Islamic history through a very detailed analysis and concludes with the renewal of the original revolution that was introduced by the Holy Prophet (s.a.w). 

Check out a special video by Bashir Datoo introducing his new book here.

WF is pleased to announce that a hard copy AND an Ebook version of this book are both now available on our WF shop store:

Click here to download your ebook for only £1.99

Click here to purchase your hard copy for only £9.00

To read Dr Bashir Datoo’s previous book, ‘Perspectives on Islamic Faith and History’, which has been very popular please click here to download your copy.

 


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1. Développement du Curriculum (Syllabus)

2. Développement des Enseignants

3. Ressources Éducatives

4. Évaluations

En 2015, nous avons travaillé avec des organismes régionaux sur l'amélioration de chacun de ces domaines pour nous assurer que les étudiants de notre madrasah apprennent dans les meilleures conditions qu’il soit.