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Tawâfuq in the Qur’an

Tawâfuq in the Qur’an

The miraculous nature of tawâfuq in the Qur’an was first revealed by Bediuzzaman Said Nursi one century ago.

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The Damascus Sermon: A Gift From Istanbul  II

The Damascus Sermon: A Gift From Istanbul II

Imam Huseyin Zararia’nın Nijerya’nın en çok tiraj yapan gazetesine haftalık yayınladığı yazılarından bu hafta gönderdiği Hutbe-i Şamiye hakkındaki makalesidir… İstanbul seyahatinin semeresi….

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Clear Vision

Clear Vision

A heavy and prime responsibility on the part of a leader is to spell out the vision of his organization or community. Setting out the vision in clear and unambiguous terms would give followers the idea of where to start and where to end their journey; it would help them develop appropriate approaches and means. Imam Bediuzzaman clearly spelled out the vision of Risale Nur Movement as follows: ‘… as for our occupation in this Sacred Islamic Society consist of the followings: Conveying of the truths of Iman contained in the Glorious Qur’an to the students of truth and Iman in the most correct and fairer ways in order to save us and them from permanent death penalty and eternal solitary confinement in the hell-fire…’ (Excerpt from the author’s book, ‘The Positive Warrior’- Thrilling Leadership Lessons from the Life of Imam Bediuzzaman Said Nursi)

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Between Arrogance and Timidity

Between Arrogance and Timidity

Surely millions of heads have been sacrificed for the sacred truth and let our heads too be sacrificed; even if you ignite the entire world with fire on our heads, that have been sacrificed to the truth of the Qur’an, they shall not bow down nor submit to the atheists’ (Excerpt from the author’s book, ‘The Positive Warrior’- Thrilling Leadership Lessons from the Life of Imam Bediuzzaman Said Nursi)

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They Made A Present Of Risale Nur To The Buddhist Leader In  Sri Lanka

They Made A Present Of Risale Nur To The Buddhist Leader In Sri Lanka

We visited Sri Lanka as a group of four people during September 4-12 , as a result of the decision made by Turkish Nur Community’s Foreign Affairs Council. This council had decided that Amasya Province would be responsible for Sri Lanka services.

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