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Harun Yahya's more than 190 works are in great demand all over the world as well as in Turkey. The explicit and lucid style of the books, the striking pictures supporting the texts, and the proper usage of Qur'anic verses create an increasing appeal for Harun Yahya's books. This interest has grown rapidly in 2000-2001 with the translation of the books into different languages. Today, many people can find the well-known book by Harun Yahya, - which is even highly appreciated by evolutionists - in their own language. Works by Harun Yahya are presented to for readers' consideration through libraries and bookshops in different countries of the world, and are also available on the Internet. Everyone who browses the www.harunyahya.org homepage can take advantage of this service. This site, which is available in English, French, German, Indonesian and Serbo-Croat, welcomes hundreds of visitors every day. All readers can follow Harun Yahya's works and articles in their own languages from these sites, all of which are available on-line.

Reactions to the books and articles translated into many languages, and particularly English, reach the author through letters and e-mails. In these, readers express their sincere feelings about Harun Yahya's works. Writing from many different countries, not just the United States and the United Kingdom, but from places such as Kenya, Nigeria, Brunei, Mauritius, Brasil, Greece, Egypt, and Pakistan, readers pay great compliments to the author and express the impact the works had both on them and on their circles.

Dozens of letters from all around the world are a clear indication of the love and appreciation felt for Harun Yahya. This love also gives us the glad tidings of how rapidly interest in and sympathy for the religion of Islam is growing.

 
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  • Ahmad Sulsaal, Hotel manager, Tunisia
    HARUN YAHYA has earned our gratitude for his scholarly presentations.
  • elton, engineering contractor, indonesia
    Assalamu 'alaikum. You have shown me the clearer way to understand why I should do “all that” as a Moslem. Thank You. May Allah SWT bless you.
  • Prof.dr. Sacha de Hond, University Brussel, Belguim
    I want to commend you on your website. I am sure that you receive many comments both commending and condemning your work, and would like you to count this among the positives. I wanted to thank you for your defense of the religion against the extreme, and for your objective statements otherwise about science and God. I believe that we have an obligation to educate our children in the ways of the spiritual world as well as the world they live in and give all tools they might need to make the right decision for themselves. And I think your website is the best platform for the Islamic vision.
  • Michael Yerfi, Student International Politics// University Brussel, Belguim
    Whilst I have nothing specific to contribute in response to the views expressed on your site, I should like to commend its principle: to encourage people to THINK! How important it is for people to chart their own own course in life; to make their own (informed) decisions, and when they enter a debate involving controversial issues (religion, politics for example), they do so having sought information from all viewpoints, not succumbing, necessarily, to popular belief. Faith, for instance, should be stricken from the English language, particularly if it is of the irrational kind. I think your site is extremely important and I should like to take this opportunity to congratulate you for its existence - long may it continue!
  • Fatha Isnada, Teacher Arabic, Tunisia
    I don't know how I stumbled onto your site, but I'm really glad I did. It's so refreshing to listen to people think and question in a revolution way!
  • Diana Undaar, Student > University Brussel, belguim
    I think this website is a SHOCK for humanists, freethinkers, pantheists, mormon alumni, naturalists, skeptics, unitarian universalists, quakers, buddhists, exhistentialists, secularists, etc. Your website is one of the very few that I have found that is interested in one thing: THE FACTS about the jokes of Atheism.
  • Hans Heertje, Student Physicst, University Brussel, Belguim
    As a student physicist, I have been seduced by the awe and mystery (to borrow from "The Outer Limits") of quantum mechanics for years now. Still, the esoteric nature of subatomic physics was never adequate to convince me of an intelligent design of the universe.Harun yahya, however, has succeeded in convincing me of an underlying wisdom in nature through his eloquent description of the mind-boggling complexity of molecular biology.In his two books about the miracle of the atom and the Universe, I came away from these books with a perplexing and contradictory sense of calm and breathlessness. Harun Yahya succeeds where others have failed; namely, he has convinced me that an honest and compelling argument can be made for the existence of God/Creator/universal intelligence without resorting to fundamentalist dogma or pseudo-science. Be warned: parts of the books are tedious I think; Harun Yhaya admits this. If you are unwilling for you. But if you're not afraid to think, then by all means read these two books; your soul will thank you.Best Regards, Hans Heertje
  • Alan Jongenbloed, Student Biology//// University Brussel, Belguim
    Mr H.Yahya , with his unusual background (expertise in science, politics and a very broad knowledge of world religions, particly Islam)is one of those rare people with the qualifications to write books such as these ones. And it's a good thing, too, in an age where the empiricism of many scientists minimizes or eliminates the role of God in our life. His main thesis--that science helps us uncover the hidden code in creation which clearly reveals that God is more than just a Creator--is demonstrated by his own experience and that of other scientists as well as by illustrations of God's plan inherent in the world around us. I've read his books many times and I have close contact with his student muslim group RSF opperating in Belguim and Dutch Universities ,these books are a must for anyone wishing to explore the ways science can prove God's existence and plan. I love you Harun.!
  • Memmet, Student, University Amsterdam, Holland/(Turkish decent)
    These 190 books contains a summary of all the latest ideas coming out of the dialog of religion with science. It is respectfully and beautifully written. It is also intelligently written without losing clarity or using too much jargon. Brother Octar discusses the scientific and theological significance of several "hot" topics: the big bang and creation, the implications of quantum physics, Darwinian evolution his favorite one (!) and continuing creation, naturalistic challenges to atheism, human nature (free will vs determinism, the nature of the "soul", body/soul and mind/brain dualities), the secret behind matter,and the theological implications of the fact that we live in a universe where chance doesn't play a role. In each lecture, Harun discusses differend ways of responding to these questions: conflict, represented by fundamentalists and scientific materialists, both of whom agree that a person cannot believe in both God and Darwinian evolution; independence (two languages, separate domains), dialogue, which invites a conversation between the two fields; and integration, which moves beyond dialogue to explore ways in which the two fields can inform each other, especially Process philosophy. Harun's sympathies lie with dialogue and integration, but I believe he is very fair to all points of view. I also liked and approve of his use of "critical realism" in dealing with unseen realities. He is in my opinion the thinker of this century.
  • Abdul Majid, Accountant, Pakistan
    An excellent service for Muslim Ummah as well as opportunity for non-muslims to study the comparative religions, and to enter into the everlasting paradise.
  • Ali, journalist, Duraku
    Selam-alejkum, The web site of Harun Yahya are very good, in design, and specially in books. in that what i have read, i see that this books are speaking for the truth in this world and in other world, the faith in great All-llah, and faith in the Holly Qu'ran, also tell the right whay for a believers (muslims), but also for unbelivers, the right way to go believrs in Paradise, and not in Hell. I wish you sucsses in the future, i have no what i can say, just to continue with your work. I am albanian, but with the english i am no good, for that i have a request to you - The books of Harun Yahya can be translate also in albanian, to get in this way I and also my friends, and all muslims population in Macedonia, to read and understand this famous books. This is my short comment and, and if you can to doo this and answer me in my personal mail adres. I wish you the best Selam-alejkum
  • Margerit Huina, studen History, Belguim
    In his meticulously researched books about Freemasonic and theire Hidden Hand on politics and History, Mr Andar Octar explains why the Middle East and the USA has proved so rife with each other, and what the stakes are for the West. Laced with a style and substance, the four books on Freemasonic presents a lucid, brilliant, and at times controversial picture of the rationale and motives behind theire hidden aganda, prime targets, and the ways in which they affect the region in fact the world...Harun Yhaya is at his best in this lucid, provocative, and gripping work.I know that a lot of students in our University in Brussel are agains my vision.But this is the true......
  • shadab ur rehman, enginreering, india
    your work is a sourse of huge information and this is linking religion to science.this is great service to islam.u r introducing masses to their creator.ALLAH will bless u.kindly inform me if something new is introduced.KHUDA HAFIZ
  • abdulfatah, student, somalian
    excellent work from harunyahya once agian. howwver, i wish we could have somalian transalation. on some of the works.
  • Peter Ryhe, Student, University Brussel, Belguim
    I got Harun Yahya's book "Islam Denounces Terrorism" through RSF a student muslim group in west europa as a paperback... which according to them appears to say Islam denounces fighting in any form unless someone's half way thru stabbing you and only THEN would it possibly be "permissable" to resist! It's a good book about how Islam differs from terrorism, and that the two are different (and hence it's good for non-muslims)... but I feel the author has put too simplified a view and taken two extremes... like that terrorists are people with no soul, and Islam is just a spiritual religion about morals. i.e. it seems like a very secular point of view, and that surely is a minority. If asked if his books were credible, i would say that this particular book is not since he portrays a very apologetic and "watered down" version of Islam... but i wouldn't shrug off his other books since they are titled "Miracle of the Ant" and "Evolution Deceipt". Considering the only book of his I read was "Islam Denounces Terrorism"... i was bound to be stepping into the deep end of controversy...
  • Adel Nour, Research, Egypt
    We are really in need for writters like Haroun Yahya. The movies are extraordinary. The books are incridable. Very convincing reasons and logic.
  • Fahim, Student, Bangladesh
    I am with brother Shabbir Ahsan who posted a message earlier. Harun Yahya's books are really good and inspiring but they are not published in Bengali language. We would be so much grateful to you if the books reach stores in Bangladesh. May Allah give you the tawfiq, Ameen. JazakAllah
  • Aslele Zaabi, Student University Amsterdam, The Netherlands/Tunisia
    Asalaam alykum brother(s), The author & brother Dr. Harun Yahya presents a second Great Book (Matter; other name is illusion) on this subject, and more subtle, line of argument. This shows that the conscious must, in fact, be the primary reality. The physical world is relegated to a fiction that conveniently lets us handle our conscious experiences more easily. Essentially, this argument is a modernised form of Berkeley's semantic argument. The author has taken on board the more recent insights into the philosophy of language offered by Wittgenstein, and makes use of the idea of a hierarchy of language-games. For example, the discourse of physical science is regarded as a subsidiary language-game to that of phenomenal experience. This approach enables us to avoid the paradoxes of saying that everyday objects, such as tables, exist in one sense but not in another. Given the radical nature of mental monism, the author Harun Yahya recognises that any presentation of the theory raises questions about the purpose of philosophical argumentation. It is implausible to suppose that anybody would revise their fundamental notion of reality just on the basis of a piece of reasoning. Revising one's beliefs and concepts at such a deep level can be achieved only by apprehending a new perspective: the world must be seen anew. Whilst the philosophical arguments must be given, and must be rigorous, nevertheless it they are impotent to change people's fundamental view of reality. That insight, that new vision, can be achieved only by contemplation of one's personal encounter with reality. The author Harun Yahya hopes that this book will help to steer the reader's contemplation in that direction. Whilst mental monism solves the philosophical mind-body problem at a stroke, it nonetheless encounters substantial technical problems, because it must give an explanatory account of the structure and function of the natural world, including the mind itself. The author outlines an approach to modelling the mind purely in the mental domain, without any physical substrate to fall back on. This book is an exciting and stimulating contribution to the modern debate on the nature of the conscious mind. The author and brother adheres to rigorous philosophical reasoning, whilst presenting the issues and arguments clearly with a minimum of technical terminology. Advocating a position that is highly unorthodox (!!!), the author expects his views to receive strong opposition. Nevertheless, the book has the merit of giving a clear and forceful statement of one possible - in my oppinion the real- solution to an entrenched problem. Wa Asalaam. Aslele Zaabi
  • Tamer, Computer, Canada
    Allah with you . What a very good effort
  • Visar, Student, Prizren - Kosovo
    esslamu aleykum! I can't explane my feelings... Ride on!...don't ever think to stop! Allahu Ekber! esselamu aleykum...

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