Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Site
Welcome Dear Guest at Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Forum.

Take your time to browse the contents of some sections or register , if you wish to , so as to have a full access to the content. We'll be so glad to count you among our humble family members if your choice is the latter.

Bye for now!


A Professional Spot For All English Language Teachers
 
HomeFAQRegisterLog in
The forum staff welcomes all the visitors and the members wishing them a good stay . We do inform all the registered members that this forum is designed to SECONDARY EDUCATION at first rank and MIDDLE SCHOOL at a lower one. They can post topics they see relevant to the forum and embody its objectives. This might be in the form of Lesson Sheets ,Tests , Exam Papers , Teaching Software including Audio-Visual aids and the like. Since the forum opened to members on September 1st, 2008, everything relies on the their generosity with at least a comment upon the work they find as a work . This might be a real push towards a better teaching community... Again, feel free in your spot www.englishgarden.nice-forum.com  or www.OVELT.comREGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED . WE ARE SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE
Special thanks to Mrs. lous25 for the great efforts and generosity she has shown so far in the enrichment of this site.
Search
 
 

Display results as :
 

 


Rechercher Advanced Search
Latest topics
Guests’ Number since June 2011
Social bookmarking
Social bookmarking Digg  Social bookmarking Delicious  Social bookmarking Reddit  Social bookmarking Stumbleupon  Social bookmarking Slashdot  Social bookmarking Yahoo  Social bookmarking Google  Social bookmarking Blinklist  Social bookmarking Blogmarks  Social bookmarking Technorati  

Recommend Orléans Ville English Language Teachers Forum

Bookmark and share the address of Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Site on your social bookmarking website
Useful Software

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Keywords
peace 2004 nOReva test activities first expression evaluation term written tests diagnostic make
November 2017
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930  
CalendarCalendar

 

 Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions

View previous topic View next topic Go down 
Author Message
Solinet
Active Member
Active Member



PostSubject: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sat 14 Feb - 22:36

Here is a collection of "discussions" that I found on the net. They are so convincing with the very interesting logic the Late sheikh Ahmed DEEDAT is famous for when trying to persuade with his ideas.

The files are compressed with DVD quality (rmvb).
Don't forget to pray me Allah (God)





Meeting with Ahmed DEEDAT (link1)

and here is another link if the above one is inefficient or slow

Meeting with Ahmed DEEDAT (link2)


(1)
Quran, A Miracle of Miracles (512Kb speed)

Quran, A Miracle of Miracles (128kb speed)


(2)
Is the Bible Word of God ? (Vs Stanley Sjoberg)

(3)
Is the Bible Word of God? (Vs Jimmy Swaggart)


(4)
Crucifiction : Fact or Fiction? (Vs Robert Douglas)


(5)
Is Jesus God? ( Vs Stanley Sjoberg)


(6)
Is Jesus God? ( Vs Anis Shoroosh)




______o-o-o-o-0-0- Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Forum -0-0-o-o-o-o______


"Pardon one offence and you encourage the commission of many" >> Publilius Syrus -- "He is best secure from dangers who is on his guard even when he seems safe">> Publilius Syrus -- "Quick decisions are unsafe decisions">> Sophacles -- "Let them hate us as long as they fear us">> Caligula - www.englishgarden.nice-forum.com
Thank you dear "Guest" for visiting this thread

Back to top Go down
NOR
Head of the Forum
Head of the Forum
avatar


PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sat 14 Feb - 22:50

May Allah protect you, preserve you and bless you Mr.Solinet



______o-o-o-o-0-0- Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Forum -0-0-o-o-o-o______


Back to top Go down
UnKnown
Active Member
Active Member



PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sat 14 Feb - 23:41

Thank you brother for the very interesting topic. We really lost a very important Islamic personality and a very strong pillar that defended Islam through the Islamic logic and made thousands of people convinced that I slam is the true religion that suits humanity. But unfortunately, we totally ignored this great man in our Arab world.May Allah have mercy on sheikh Ahmed Deedat...Ameeeen
Back to top Go down
sacha
Active Member
Active Member
avatar


PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sun 15 Feb - 11:58

May Allah bless you sir
thanks Mr.solinet



______o-o-o-o-0-0- Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Forum -0-0-o-o-o-o______






Back to top Go down
UnKnown
Active Member
Active Member



PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sun 15 Feb - 13:40

In addition to the interesting topic of brother solinet. I found this interesting article on the net Ahmed Deedat as it is but I
just added a title that may sum up its content. This article is really delightful to read...ENJOY !!!


" The Unknown Muslim Soldier"

Ahmed Deedat Ahmed Hoosen Deedat (July 1, 1918 - August 8,
2005), born in the Surat District of India, was an Islamic scholar, author and lecturer.
His family migrated to South Africa in 1927. He established the first Islamic religious institution in South Africa to train preachers at the Assalaam Institute in Braemar. He was the president of the Islamic Propagation Centre International (IPCI), until he suffered from a stroke which left him paralysed. He published over 20 books and distributed millions of copies of pamphlets for free, many of which had been translated
into various languages. His first lecture was entitled "Muhammad (peace be upon him): Messenger of Peace," and it was delivered in 1940, to 15 people at a cinema in his province.
Within a short space of time, the numbers grew and people crossed the
racial divides which were then prevalent in apartheid South Africa, to listen to him, and to participate in the questions and answers sessions which followed his lectures.
Although some Christians and Muslims criticized him for his blunt style, some people did convert to Islam because of his books and lectures, and da`wah (teaching Islam) soon began to dominate his life, with the audiences at his lectures reaching forty thousand. In 1957, Sheikh Deedat, together with two of his friends, founded the Islamic Propagation Center which printed a variety of books and offered classes to new Muslims. In 1986, he visited Saudi Arabia for a conference, and in his first television interview, became notable in the Arab world with his dynamic personality and knowledge of comparative religion. He then visited the United Kingdom, Morocco, Kenya, Sweden, Australia and Denmark on lecture and debating tours.
Deedat's passionate, some say inflammatory, style of propogating the Islamic
faith stirred confrontation not only with people of other faiths, but with
nations as well -- Singapore banned him from entering their country2, France
and Nigeria refused him entry out of concern that he would stir up "civil unrest" and
Australia threatened to deport him.2 In the United States, he became famous for a debate with the American Reverend Jimmy Swaggart, witnessed by 8,000 people on the topic Is the Bible the Word of God.
On May 3, 1996, Sheikh Ahmed Deedat suffered a stroke which left him
paralyzed from the neck down, and also meant that he could no longer speak
or swallow. He was flown to a hospital in Riyadh, where he was taught to communicate through a series of eye-movements. He spent the last nine years of his life in a bed in his home in Verulam, South Africa, encouraging people to engage in da`wah. He continued to receive hundreds of letters of support from around the world. During these years, rumors spread throughout the Internet that he was already dead, and even some websites that contained his pamphlets mentioned as early as 2002 that he was dead.
On August 8, 2005, Ahmed Deedat finally succumbed to his prolonged illness and died at his home in Trevennen Road, Verulam in the province of KwaZulu Natal.





Last edited by LOYALTY on Sun 15 Feb - 13:44; edited 1 time in total
Back to top Go down
UnKnown
Active Member
Active Member



PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sun 15 Feb - 13:41

Many of Deedat's books were about comparisons between Islam and other religions, particularly Christianity. He wrote about topics such as the role of Jesus Christ in Islam and his belief that the coming of Muhammad was prophesied in the Bible, with many of the prophecies which Christians believe deal with Jesus actually deal with Muhammad. He delivered thousands of lectures all over the world, crossing all the continents and successfully engaging some of the biggest names in Christian evangelists in public debates, who believe that Jesus died on the cross and was resurrected, and whereas Muslims believe that Jesus escaped because of God's grace and God sent a substitute to die for him on the cross.
What makes Ahmed Deedat an interesting case is that he took comparative religion to a new level which involved heavy analysis of the Bible, rather than the traditional method of Dawah (preaching) that involved expounding the Qur'an and Hadiths to a non-Muslim audience. Therefore his methodology was primarily to illustrate to Muslims and Christians that Qur'anic beliefs have fulfilment in the Biblical scriptures. The strength of his logic and argument tended to win him many debates; this was due mainly due to his reliance on Biblical verses that Christian missionaries have either overlooked or tended to ignore because they were at odds with Church
doctrine. Hence in debates that involved disproving the divinity of Christ, the mentioning of Prophet Muhammed in both Old and New Testament, the corruption of the Bible, and most controversially, Crucifixion or Cruci-Fiction; Deedat was able to convince even the most skeptical of Christian audiences or at the very least, mute an effective counter-response. Many former Christians (and even former non-practicing Muslims) worldwide attribute their conversion to Islam from having either watched a Deedat debate or having read his literature (although it would be an overstatement to attribute conversion to thisalone).
This in turn had led to a rash of anti-Deedat sites, whilst some make legitimate claims of Deedats (at times) offensive and blunt style, they have had little success in countering the most popular of Deedat's arguments.
This is mainly due to the reliance on sources external to the Bible which are subject to various interpretations, whilst Deedat has limited (as much as possible) his argument to the Bible (because Christian missionaries traditionally ignore any external sources that contradict the Bible in debates). Another problem of these sites is that they attempt to duplicate the Deedat template, e.g. criticism of the Qur'an, which on record has had
rare success only because the nature of the two books is different. For example, while the Bible is filled with recorded history and events, the Qur'an claims to be a revealed preaching text, only using history when it is relevant to highlighting the moral of a story.
For better or worse, and despite the overtly proselytizing angle he took, Deedat managed to bridge the gaps in the Christian and Islamic world, at the very least giving Muslims an insight into the nature of Christianity and how Islam could now be seen as a logical follow-up. Deedat's literature has been popularized in the past few decades, and has helped Christians to understand the differences and similiarities that exist between their own faith and Islam, using the very method that has traditionally been the tool of
Christian missionaries.
Back to top Go down
NOR
Head of the Forum
Head of the Forum
avatar


PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sun 15 Feb - 13:54

Thank you for the useful add Mr.LOYALTY



______o-o-o-o-0-0- Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Forum -0-0-o-o-o-o______


Back to top Go down
UnKnown
Active Member
Active Member



PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sun 15 Feb - 14:10

You are very welcome dear sister. It is the least thing we can do for the MAN ( May Allah bless him).
Back to top Go down
Solinet
Active Member
Active Member



PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sun 15 Feb - 19:33

Up till now, we have on idea behind the reason the late Sheikh DEEDAT's work was burried with him. His fight for Islam is considered an honour for every Muslim. No comment!!


______o-o-o-o-0-0- Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Forum -0-0-o-o-o-o______


"Pardon one offence and you encourage the commission of many" >> Publilius Syrus -- "He is best secure from dangers who is on his guard even when he seems safe">> Publilius Syrus -- "Quick decisions are unsafe decisions">> Sophacles -- "Let them hate us as long as they fear us">> Caligula - www.englishgarden.nice-forum.com
Thank you dear "Guest" for visiting this thread

Back to top Go down
sacha
Active Member
Active Member
avatar


PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   Sun 15 Feb - 22:25

Thank you for the add Mr.LOYALTY
May allah bless you.



______o-o-o-o-0-0- Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Forum -0-0-o-o-o-o______






Back to top Go down
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions   

Back to top Go down
 

Ahmed DEEDAT Convincing Discussions

View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 1

Permissions in this forum: You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Orléans Ville English Language Teachers' Site :: Library :: Religion -