Dajjal : The Final Deception attempts to link the Islamic Present with its Tradition. It makes a broad ranging assessment of the key trends in the worlds of Islam at the turn of the century and makes an attempt to critically analyze and participate in a number of key academic and public debates about Islamic Politics,Society and culture as well as the ideas emanating from the west . The occasion for writing this book was provided by the onset of the new millennium that is also a time for stock taking, of analyzing the lessons of the past and rethinking about the future. The Dajjal charts a course that is full of warnings of the dangers to the Islamic Societies as well as sanguine about their future
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Islamic Book Service, New Delhi, India, 2011 Reprint
14 x 21.5 cm
Islam - Creed - End Days
About the Author Double Gold Medalist from University of Delhi, Former civil servant with the Government of India, The author currently teaches Indian Poiitics at the University of Delhi, India. His other Writings include: United Nations: Need for Restructuring; commonwealth in flux;Indo-US dialogue; Sino Indian Relations; Kashmir crisis in Perspective; Abul Kalam Azad: Ideas and Politics; and Introduction to Sufism.