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Books & Articles ספרים ומאמרים كتب ومقالات

Free e-Books and articles on Islam, Christianity, Judaism and interfaith issues:
Articles מאמרים مقالات
  1. Prophet Muhammad[pbuh]
  2. Essence of Quran
  3. What Jews believe ? הודים מאמינים מה?
  4. Islamic Art & Culture
  5. Peace & Jerusalem שלום ירושלים
  6. Why be Jew or Christian? למה להיות יהודי או נוצר
  7. Minorities in Islamic State
  8. Comparison: Three Faiths from Abraham השוואה: שלוש הדתות מן אברהם
  9. A Communique
  10. Islam Christianity
  11. Israel’s History-Slide Sow ישראל של היסטוריה
  12. Clash of Faiths התנגשות הדתות
  13. Religion & Colonialism
  14. Commonalities-3 Faiths
  15. Is Islam Really Threat to West?
  16. Promise Land & 13Th Tribe יעוד קרקע השבט השלושה עשר
  17. Islam & Judaism האסלאם והיהדות
  18. Battle for World Peace
  19. Some Militants
  20. Conflict Management
  21. Quran on Polygamy
  22. Islamic Socialism
  23. Religion and Politics
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