Ahmad Deedat is one of South Africa’s well known Muslim missionaries whose . The Islam Debate: Josh McDowell and John Gilchrist vs Ahmed Deedat (San. Download past episodes or subscribe to future episodes of Ahmed Deedat by Source – Ahmed Deedat – Sabc Tv Debate Islam Christianity South Africa. Anis Shorrosh a Palestinian Christian missionary had two debates with Sheikh Ahmed Deedat on the topics “Is Jesus God” and “Quran and Bible- which is God’s .
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Identity Politics and Public Disputation: Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha’at Islam. Clean Message Of The Quraan. Ahmad Deedat and the Form of Islamic Evangelism. Archived from the original on 22 June The s and s’ Chapter 21 and instantaneously thereafter looks at ‘Islam and Hinduism: She pointed to the fact that both were edited and translated into a variety of debahes and that are still in circulation in English and Arabic as well as other languages.
Debates & Speeches of Ahmed Deedat
This negative experience was suddenly turned into a positive one because he like many curious individuals was interested to debages more about his religion so that he may be in a strong position ahjed counter and disarm the criticisms vented against Islam by the Christian evangelists who persistantly adopted aggressive tactics to lure Muslims away from Islam; a religious tradition that Christians considered to be false. Services on Demand Article. The Legacy of Karl Gottlieb Pfander.
Fortunately, Deedat did not respond or enter into a debate on the Qur’an translation, and he prudently steered clear of giving his detractors added ammunition against his missionary methods. Consequently, Deedat and IPC were guilty of not satisfactorily engaging in any form of serious inter-religious cooperation and dialogue; an activity that was sorely needed because the socio-political and religious landscape compared to the earlier decades had readily changed. Though this essay is somewhat of a review of Goolam Vahed’s Ahmad Deedat: During the s and s whenever South Africa’s Muslims travelled abroad for pleasure or pilgrimage, they were usually quizzed by strangers about Nelson Mandela and Ahmed Deedat This text like some of the others was caustically written, according to David Westerlund – the Swedish specialist on Christian theology and Christian-Muslim relations, and one that was interestingly in line with orthodox Christianity’s interpretation.
His mother died only a few months after his departure.
After Debatees 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 Squarebut the Pope did not accept. Deedat then returned to Durban and expanded the IPC’s activities. Organizations such as ASC considered the ideas of the movement relevant to their circumstances and encouraged individuals such as Deedat to read, inter alia, Muhammad Deedst The Religion of Islam, Ghulam Parwez’s Islam: Deedat spelt out an emphatic reply, one letter at a time, ‘I have no guilt debatws my head” Vahed The Muslims, as expected, did not quietly sit back to allow the issue to pass by; when they fervently – and rightly so – responded to this accusation, they were extraordinarily given support by outspoken anti-apartheid Christian clerics such as Dr.
Clean Office Recordings 5. His supporters, among them his son maintain that he was “a promoter of free speech and dialogue,”  while Abdulkader Tayob of University of Cape Town comments that he was only responding to Christian proselytization in a manner that was dedat good or bad – but worth reflecting on. Deedat’s fervent critics, Vahed states, argued that he – as an unapologetic polemicist – was not a builder of inter-faith dialogue but a destroyer whilst Deeadt ardent followers expressed the view that he rescued and protected the Muslims from aggressive and chauvinistic Christian evangelists.
He therefore adopted a logical and rational approach when he disputed with Christian evangelists about whether the Bible is the word of God. Then he went on to say that Ddbates did this in history, they did that.
Debates & Speeches of Ahmed Deedat
Such accusations offended Deedat and created his interest in comparative religion. There are times, of course, when questions surface about the importance of correct dogma, about the importance of labels to dewdat God whom we believe sees beyond labels and looks at the hearts of people. Vahed quotes Deedat who had metaphorically stated that this kit was a dewdat to convert the Christian Scud [Bible] into a Patriotic Missile’ p.
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Lahore and United Kingdom. So when Pakistan gained independence in see Chapter 5Deedat like many others was under the illusion that this ‘pure Muslim state’ was going to assist in reinforcing his Muslim identity and further strengthen his faith in Islam. Sometime prior to this period Muhammad Asad came on a tour to promote his well written The Message of the Qur’an Gibraltar: He said that Rushdie “is a hypocrite and has blasphemed holy personalities.
All oral reports state that Perdue’s knowledge of Islam was deep and this is precisely how he succeeded to lure and attract ASC members towards him. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
Furthermore the book has been enhanced by an array of photographs that appear on the first few unnumbered pages of the book. In the end Deedat’s debates caught the eye of the committee of the prestigious King Faisal Foundation that did not hesitate to confer on him ‘The King Faisal International Prize’ Chapter 16 on the 9 th of March ; this he, at that time, shared with Dr.
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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. Back to Main Page. Archived 17 May at the Wayback Machine. The audience immediately thought that this defdat was a joke and they all started laughing at him. Now that we have pointed to some of the salient aspects that form an integral part of his legacy, we wish to close this section by listing a few more points that underscore what had been discussed ceedat this essay: In evaluating Deedat’s debqtes, we cannot completely ignore the fact that he lived in a period when the South African society was under the hegemony of a white racist minority government; a government that harboured negative thoughts and feelings towards the oppressed communities of which the Muslims were an integral part and in which they were a religious minority Sadouni Vahed readily recognized towards the closing of the opening chapter that Deedat was like many other prominent personalities ‘a complex figure’ and for anyone writing a ‘biographical narrative it is not an easy genre Instead of pursuing these questions, we hasten back and seek ahmef in “the known.
Man, Myth, or God? Setting aside the disagreements regarding this concept, it may be argued that Deedat entered a phase i.
From the above reasons, we can conclude that the winner of the debate was undoubtedly Sheikh Ahmed Deedat and not Anis Shorrosh.