Al-Quran dalam Hidupku

Author: Anas Zubedy
Language: Malay
Price: RM 34.50

Can We Use Allah in the Bible? - A Quranic Perspective

Author: Anas Zubedy
Language: English
Price: RM 24.90

 This book is a call for peace and reconciliation. Today, religion is slowly becoming a fault line that divides our society. Religion as fuel for division is a potent one. One that if not brought to a close immediately can prove tragic.

 In discussing the issue of the term ‘Allah’ to refer to God in the Bible, this book focuses on two propositions in solving the problem: what the Quran has to say about it; and a call for Muslims to be more like Prophet Muhammad and Christians to be more like Christ-like in their actions, according to the true spirit of their faith.

Allah Dalam Bible, boleh atau tidak?

Author: Anas Zubedy
Language: Malay
Price: RM 24.90

Many Colors, One Race

Author: Anas Zubedy
Language: English
Price: RM 27.90

This book is a reflection of different races in Malaysia which includes 10 nice things you can tell your children about them. When you read through the pages, you will see that this book actually talks about one’s ethnicity instead of race. The two are similar in many ways yet distinct to one another.

Pelbagai Warna, Satu Bangsa

Author: Anas Zubedy
Language: Malay
Price: RM 26.90

The Middle Path – An Alternative to the Partisan Madness

Author: Anas Zubedy
Language: English
Price: RM 34.90

 This book seeks to bring the middle path to the mainstream. It bears the dream of Malaysia as a shining example of one people with many different cultures and backgrounds, living in unity because we have found the right formula of compromise through the middle path.

Have a Meaningful Malaysia

Author: Mahani Zubedy
Language: English
Price: RM 46.00

 This book is a collection of Anas Zubedy’s ideas and ideals in the form of newspaper ads published since 2001 during the festive seasons of Deepavali, Chinese New Year, Wesak, Christmas, Aidilfitri, Vaisakhi and Hari Malaysia.

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