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Captive of Malta by Maulana Hussain Ahmed Madani II Travelougue of Shaikhul Hind



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About The Book

Shaikhul Hind, Hadrat Maulana Mahmud Hasan Sahib Deobandi was that outstanding personality who benefitted greatly from the spiritual oceans of, amongst others, Hadrat Haji Imdadullah Sahib Makki, Hadhrat Maulana Qasim Sahib Nanotwi, Hadhrat Maulana Rashid Ahmed Sahib Gangohi. Despite Hadrat's depths of knowledge and spirituality, he never displayed his elevated position, but humbly annihilated himself and remained steadfast to the Shari'ah.

The battle of the Balkans had made Maulana extraordinarily restless. Similarly, the world war had sowed much dissention worldwide, bloodshed became the order of the day, localities were destroyed, and mischief and strife became widespread. Injustice and tyranny overwhelmed Turkey. The long standing conspiracy in Iraq, years of plotting in Syria, secret endeavours for a long time in Hejaz, centuries of clear and hidden efforts in Armenia, the old directives of Peter and the aspirations of Gladstone and France were ready to produce their fruit. Thirty-two Christian powers had applied their full strength to crush the unity of Islam. The agenda of the Europeans, especially the British and Russians was the extinguish the light of Islam, dismember Turkey and enforce the Gladstone mandate, an old time conspiracy of the Christian world.

In such a volatile political situation, following the footsteps of Hadhrat Maulana Qasim Nanotwi, Hadhrat Maulana made a desperate effort to help Islam by, amongst other efforts, dispatching groups of students and personally proceeded to encourage the masses to help the cause of Islam. Hadrat placed his trust upon Allah Ta'ala, cleansed his heart from every other thought and fear and courageously started his tireless effort. To this end, Hadhrat undertook many tireless journeys to Hejaz and Egypt in particular for the sake of upholding the Deen. This book extensively discusses these travels of Hadhrat and the great sacrifices Hadhrat underwent for the sake of the Deen to the extent of imprisonment as well.

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