Mitar Tarabić (1829-1899) was an ordinary semiliterate peasant from the Serbian village of Kremna. At times he had visions which he communicated to local priest Zechariah Zakharić. The latter, in turn, recorded Mitar’s predictions, and that’s the whole story. When the priest died, hid notebook was preserved by his family. The only time the notebook was in danger of being burned was in 1943, when the village was occupied by Bulgarian army. Today, the notebook as a family treasure is kept by Zakharić’s great grandson Dejan Malenkovic. As distinct from texts by famous Michel Nostradamus which are not always easy to decipher, Mitar Tarabić’s prophecies were composed in a totally clear informal language. The records became widely known in early 20th century, when Mitar’s predictions regarding the downfall of the Obrenović royal family of Serbia started coming true one after another with unbelievable accuracy and consistency. It was rumoured in the Balkans that Tarabić’s “dark prophecies” are being realized...
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We continue our work launched following the release of the sensational Unity program, where Igor Danilov in particular said that “Islam is the most peace-loving religion”. It’s a research aimed at creation of an integral image of Islam and discovery of its meaning deeper and broader than mass media and some dishonourable institutions and people try to impose on our consciousness.
So, what is Islam, and what is the genuine deep inner meaning of this word?
Lisan al-‘Arab, one of the most authoritative dictionaries of the Arabic language, says the word Islam originates from the verb istaslama (استسلاما) which means “to obey”, “to surrender”, “to admit” or “to capitulate”.
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In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
History preserves numerous puzzles and riddles, as well as countless numbers of lies, hypocrisy, falsifications and attempts to conceal the Truth.
Once upon a time, when peace and harmony reigned between heaven and earth, when falsehood and anger only started poisoning human hearts, a brave young man ventured to seek the Truth which hid itself from people because of avidity and spite emerging in them. The young man believed once he finds the Truth he would bring back peace and concord to humanity. Thus, having travelled all over the world in search of the Truth, on a sage’s advice he finally climbed up a very high mountain and found a stream of crystal pure water where a beggar woman in rags was sitting under a pomegranate. The youngster approached her and asked whether she had seen the Truth anywhere around.
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