Abdullah Quilliams most famous works are below. New material will be added in the future:
A monthly journal published by Abdullah Quilliam that had world-wide circulation. The journals will be available soon for download.
The Crescent, a weekly record of Islam in England, edited by W.H. Abdullah Quilliam represents Muslims in England between 1893 and 1908. These unique documents are a historic record of the situation of Islam and a growing convert community in British colonial times.
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Faith of Islam
“When we consider that Islamism is so much mixed up with the British Empire, and the many millons of Moslem fellow subjects who live under the same rule, it is very extraordinary that so little should be generally known about this religion, itshistory, and that of its followers ; and consequently the gross ignorance of the masses on the subject allows them to be easily deceived, and their judgment led astray by any pretender striving to raise up an excitement against those of that
1928 Cairo Speech
(translated from Arabic)
One hundred wise statements by the Sheikh.
Fanatics and Fanaticism
“WHEN some years ago I first renounced Christianity and embraced Islam, I found that I was looked upon as a species of monomaniac, and if I endeavoured to induce people to discuss the respective merits of the two religions; I was either laughed at or insulted”…
“God bless the Muslim cause:
Bless all who keep Thy laws
And do the right.
Uphold the Muslim band,
In this and every land;
Give them full strength to stand
Firm in the fight…
Poems and songs
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Annals of William Henry Quilliam
The note-book of William Henry Quilliam from 1856-1889…
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