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What's New > Additions Made to the 'What's New' Section During January 2004


Additions Made to the 'What's New' Section During January 2004:

31st January 2004:

* Books Section: 'The Religion of Islam' by Maulana Muhammad Ali: Hajj or Pilgrimage [Now in text format!]
* Links relating to the Hajj/Pilgrimage
* Send all your e-mail contacts 'Happy Hajj and Eid' e-cards through our site for FREE

28th January 2004:

* Dutch [Suriname] Section: 'Al-Haq (Archive of the Dutch Ahmadiyya Periodical from the Institute for Islamic Studies & Publications, 1971-1980)' [12 more issues added]

27th January 2004:

* Indonesian Website: Books sub-section: Anwaar-ul-Quran [Commentary of the 30th Part/Paaraa of the Holy Quran by Dr. Basharat Ahmad Sahib]: Chapter 82 added [to appear as a serialisation]

25th January 2004:

* The Muslim Literary Trust, Trinidad and Tobago's Website: Articles sub-section: Archive of 'The Message' [The Official Periodical of the 'Muslim Literary Trust'] 2000 to date
* Urdu Section: Books Sub-section: 'Deen-i-Islam' by Hazrat Ameer Maulana Muhammad Ali Sahib (Urdu translation of "The Religion of Islam")

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What's New > Additions Made to the 'What's New' Section During January 2004