Islam to East and West

by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din

Table of Contents:

  • Thanks to ‘The Trustees of The Late Yacoob Abdool Ganny’s Waqf Estate, Rangoon’
  • Foreword by Shaikh Mushir Husain Kidwai of Gadia
  • Special Features of Islam (A paper read at the 6th Congress of Religions, in Paris, on July 19, 1913):
    • Muslim Attitude towards other Religions
    • Religion a Practical Life
    • The Islamic Notion of Worship
    • Islam provides a Complete Code of Life
    • The Sinlessness of Man
    • The Teachings of Islam based on Rationality
    • The Ethics of Islam
    • Woman in Islam
  • The Free Religious Movement (A lecture delivered on behalf of the Free Religious Movement of London in Steinway Hall, London, on November 5, 1916):
    • A Religion from a Book
    • A Religion without Sect
    • Basic Principles of Islam
  • Self-expression and Cosmic Consciousness (Lecture at Hastings, England, on October 25, 1919)
  • League of Faith (A lecture delivered at the Victoria Public Hall, Madras, on February 25, 1920)
  • Philosophy of Islam (Lecture delivered in Rangoon College Examination Hall, Rangoon, on September 9, 1920):
    • Muslim Conception of Heaven and Hell
    • Soul an Offspring of Body
    • Soul — A Conscious Constructive Ability
  • Islam and what it Means (Lecture delivered at the Town Hall, Singapore, on February 7, 1921):
    • Object of Religion
    • Place of Religion
    • Universal Mission of the Quran
    • Requirements of the Revealed Book
    • Human Capabilities
    • The Way to Work out these Capabilities
    • Relation between God and Man
    • Relation between Man and Nature and between Man and Man
  • Lecture at Cairo (Delivered at Cairo, Egypt on June 25, 1923)
  • The Religion of Peace and Love (A lecture delivered at the Cowasji Jehangir Hall, Bombay, on October 10, 1924):
    • First a Muslim, then an Indian
    • Grant of Charter to Christians
    • Religious Tolerance
    • Appeal to Muslims
  • Some of the Criticisms on Islam (Lecture delivered at the London Muslim Prayer House, London, on June 25, 1925
  • The First Command (Eid-ul-Adha sermon delivered at Woking, England on July 2, 1925)
  • The Greatest of the Prophets (A lecture delivered at the celebration of Holy Prophet Muhammad’s birthday in London, on October 10, 1925)
  • Muslim Prayer and Muslim Formula of Life (A Sunday sermon delivered in the Muslim Prayer House, London on December 6, 1926):
    • Muslim Prayer
    • Muslim Formula of Life
    • Formula for Greeting