by Faizur Rasul
This booklet is a personal account of a former Shavian Socialist who stumbled on to the truth and embraced it. Honest and simple in approach, the author presents woefully the endless bickering which occupies a great majority of the present day leaders of Islam in discarding the rope of God Almighty and labelling others as outside the pale of Islam.
Having accepted true Islam, the author made a careful study of the views of those who rejected the continuation of prophethood in Islam. He was able to discern from their writings that their objections, sincere as they appeared to be, defied the dictates of commonsense. In fulfilment of past prophecies a reformer was to appear in the fourteenth century who was to be a reflection of the Holy Prophet as the moon reflected the light of the sun. The reformation he brought about met with bitter opposition but his mission continued to progress.
It is to this message that inspired the author so profoundly that he invites others, and in particular those who migrated from the Indian sub-continent to live in the West, to accept because now that the truth has become manifest, we should not keep ourselves away from it.