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of 10 copies of the book "THE CHOICE", when Ahmed. Deedat was inundated with calls from all around the world clamouring for copies. Errors in the Bible Al-Quran - The Miracle of Miracles Arabs And Israel Conflict Or Conciliation Can You Stomach The Best Of Rushdie. PDF | On Jan 1, , Goolam Vahed and others published Ahmed Deedat. The Man New Guinea, and Kazakhstan requesting copies of Deedat's books and.
He is also known as a writer. He specializes in the field of inter-religous debates mostly between Islam and Christianity. He wrote many books and booklets with comparison between Islam and Christianity. He is one of the most prominent islamic scholars in the field of dawah. Hearing his lectures, millions of people accepted Islam.
Fairfax offered to teach an extra session on the Bible and how to preach to Christians about Islam.
The vast ornamental Jumma Mosque was a landmark site in the tourist-friendly city of Durban. A program of luncheons, speeches and free hand-outs was created to give an increasingly large number of international tourists what was often their first look at Islam.
Deedat himself was one of the guides, hosting tourists and giving introductions to Islam and its relationship with Christianity. Deedat then returned to Durban and expanded the IPC's activities.
His international profile grew in , when he received the King Faisal Award for his services to Islam in the field of Dawah Islamic missionary activity. His tours included: Saudi Arabia and Egypt on several occasions United Kingdom on several occasions between and , as well as Switzerland in [ citation needed ] UAE and Maldives Islands Nov—Dec , where Deedat was honoured by President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom  The US late featuring debates with Swaggart, Robert Douglas and several lectures including two in Arizona Sweden and Denmark late , featuring three debates US and Canada , tour featuring debates in Canada and lectures in Chicago Australia his last tour in early , just before his stroke On the other hand, Deedat received heavy criticism from liberal Muslim groups in South Africa which felt he inaccurately represented Islam and was intolerant of people of other religions, including Christians, Hindus, Jews and Jains.
Several monthly editions of the Muslim Digest of South Africa July, August, September, October in were almost entirely devoted to criticising Deedat's stance and "his various dangerous activities". But now, they rejected Deedat and united with other South African Muslim organisations in denouncing his attacks on other religions. He said that Rushdie "is a hypocrite and has blasphemed holy personalities. He should not be pardoned. While I condemn such attacks, I also condemn attacks against Christians by Muslims who come to Australia to sow the seed of religious hatred.
I am all for freedom of speech, but our leaders should show some understanding and, above all, respect for the views and beliefs of others. Australia can do without people like Sheik Deedat.
I do not know why he came to Australia or why he adopted such a confrontationist approach on Good Friday at a big public meeting at Sydney Town Hall when he disparaged the Christian faith. I certainly do not support such an approach.
He learned to communicate through a series of eye-movements via a chart whereby he would form words and sentences by acknowledging letters read to him.
He is buried at the Verulam cemetery. Following their debate, Deedat made defamatory personal remarks against Gilchrist that, after refusing to publicly apologise for, led to court action and him having to pay damages of R2 including court costs to Gilchrist.
The first, entitled Is Jesus God?
Deedat and the Pope[ edit ] After Pope John Paul II had called for deeper mutual understanding, respect and dialogue with the Muslims,  Deedat challenged him in to a public debate in the Vatican Square , but the Pope did not accept.
Writings and speeches[ edit ] Cover of Ahmed Deedat's book The Choice With funding from the Gulf states,  Deedat published and mass-produced over one dozen palm-sized booklets focusing on the following major themes.
He developed and very popular. His approach can be described as increased demands on him as a speaker Vahed: In , Deedat suffered a massive stroke and Ahmed Deedat was born in Surat, India, joining was bedridden until his death in During this his father in South Africa in , where he at- period he was cared for by his family and only able tended school as far as standard six, but was unable to communicate by the movement of an eyelid.
Deedat used Goolam Deedat explained that his zeal to attack Christi- Vahed summarizes his main arguments thus 89— anity began in Whilst working in a store at Adams Mission, he was stung by the insults to Is- a Jews and Christians have edited the Bible and lam thrown at him by trainee Christian missionar- the Torah from earliest times textual corrup- ies.
He used this must be regarded as human rather than the son to debate with the trainee missionaries, and it be- of God. His message was clear: Corruption of the Bible. His talks were usually followed by question God? The answer is an emphatic No!
No tures to prove their point of view: However, it appears that he regarded the ban, which published his booklets. He wrote over revelations found in the Bible as being so corrupted 20 of these, based on his talks; titles include: In this he can be seen as a religious pbuh: The Natural Successor to Christ In , exclusivist Haron: Deedat thority to all, and is thus unfortunate in this regard.
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