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"Perished Nations" by Harun Yahya
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- Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2005 21:41:05 +0300
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The news of previous peoples is certainly one of the matters people ought to contemplate. In history, many societies have been wiped off of the face of the earth because of their denial and perversions. God tells us that these cases of destruction should be a warning for succeeding generations.
Indeed, there are examples in the stories of past communities for people endowed with understanding. Having perished because of their rebellion against God and their rejection of His commands, those communities reveal to us how weak and impotent mankind is with respect to God. Here are the true stories of these societies…
All of them were destroyed—some by a volcanic eruption, some by a disastrous flood, and some by a sand storm... Nearly all the incidents of destruction related by God have become "observable" and "identifiable" thanks to the current archive studies and archaeological finds. In this study, the traces of some of the cases of destruction are dealt with.
We sent none before you but men inspired with revelation from among the people of the cities. Have they not travelled in the land and seen the final fate of those before them? The abode of the hereafter is better for those who guard against evil. So will you not use your intellect? (The Koran: 12:109)
Perished Nations examines these examples in a chronological order and in light of archaeological discoveries. Perished Nations is available in French, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, German, Dutch, Albanian, Arabic, Malay and Indonesian.
Profile on Harun Yahya:
A leading Muslim intellectual from Turkey, Harun Yahya is the author of many books concerning the world of Islam such as the relationship of science and Islam, interfaith dialogue, and the importance of unity among believers of all faiths. Harun Yahya enjoys a wide readership from all nations, languages and religions, and many of his books have been translated into more than 40 languages. His works have also been received with interest by Western scientific circles, and some of his scientific texts have been reviewed in various scientific journals as the most important expositions of Islamic creationism. These journals include The New Scientist, Science, NCSE (National Center for Science Education) Reports, and The Cladistics.
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