Master of the Jinn is a Google Ebook!

December 8, 2010

Salaam and Greetings of Peace:

Google Ebooks is finally a reality, and Master of the Jinn is now available from the Google Ebookstore for only $3.82, the lowest price yet :)  Click HERE to order or view a sample.

You can read Google eBooks on the Web, Android phones, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and supported eReaders.

Google EBooks are stored in the cloud, so there is no file to download if you want to read on your computer, phone or tablet. To read online using the web reader, simply click the read button on any free or purchased ebooks. Once you open your book using our mobile reader apps, your book will sync to your device and you can continue reading it online or offline.

Try the Google eBooks apps to start reading seamlessly on all your devices now. Your ebooks will be stored within your Google account, which allows you to save your page positions and sync across all the devices as you continue reading.

See full list of supported devices. Learn more about using multiple devices to read.

Please let me know if you try it, and how the book reads on Google :)

If you prefer the paperback version of Master of the Jinn, click HERE to read excerpts, reviews and comments.

Ya Haqq!

Muslim Intellectuals Most Influential on World List!

July 2, 2008

Salaam and Greetings of Peace:

Who are the hundred most influential intellectuals in the world? After nearly half a million votes, the British monthly, Prospect, and the American magazine Foreign Policy, publish their new list.

Alhamdulillah! Muslims make up the top ten spots.

Number one is the Turkish writer and the Sufi thinker Fethullah Gülen. who is the prizewinner. He is followed by nine other thinkers of the Muslim world: Nobel Peace Prize winners Muhammad Yunus (second) and Shirin Ebadi (tenth), Nobel Prize winner for literature Orhan Pamuk (fourth), as well as Pakistani Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan (fifth), Egyptian televangelist Amr Khaled (sixth), Iranian reformer and Rumi scholar Abdolkarim Soroush (seventh), Tariq Ramadan (eighth), Islamist preacher Youssef al-Qaradawi (third), and Columbia University Professor Mahmood Mamdani (ninth).

Read the rest for yourselves and Google their biographies and writings for your children. Inshallah, this is the beginning of another Muslim Age of Enlightenment.

The hundred most influential intellectuals can be found HERE.

– Edited from the Sufi News and Sufism World Report blog of Thursday, June 26, 2008.

Ya Haqq!