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Tolstoy’s Hidden Book on Muhammad SAW

L. N. Tolstoy, the world renowned Russian writer, read the “The Sayings of Muhammad (PBUH)” of Abdullah al-Suhraverdi printed in India in 1908. He compiled a treatise from his readings and published it in Russian. The Russian loved Tolstoy as a person with a celestial power and knew that news about his conversion to Islam would have caused the powerful trend into Islam in Russia. Therefore, the Russian agencies, like KGB, conspired to conceal this book, to make people forget it and to hindered its publishing. Tolstoy acquainted the Russian readers with the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, giving a lot of importance to topics such as ‘poverty’ and ‘inequality.’
The English translation and original version in the Russian Language are published.
The sole purpose of publishing this book is to serve us as a reminder that Iblis is always working against Islam in different forms. But Allah swt is the Supreme Planner and Best to Guide whosoever He Wishes and nothing transpires without His Divine Will. May Allah swt protect us from all evils of this world and the Hereafter, and keep us steadfast on his deen and reward us handsomely in the Aakhirah, Ameen!

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