Satanism and False Mystical Trends


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Author: Louisa Cunningham
Publisher: Light
Year: 2004
Pages: 114
Printed: USA
ISBN: 1-932099-36-0
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: New
Weight: 145gr.
Description from the publisher:

June 22, 1998 was an ordinary day for more than 10 million people living in Istanbul…but not for all. Asli and Alp, two high school friends met that day in Atakoy, one of the prosperous districts of the city. The note they left behind before they jumped off the 14th floor and hit the ground, said “this world makes no sense for us.”

It was claimed that Asli and Alp were members of a Satanist group of teenagers, a group which from that day on added another serious topic for families, educators, academic circles, and scholars to deal with.

Yeni Umit, a quarterly periodical of Islamic sciences publishing in Turkey, fulfilled this responsibility by issuing a case study prepared by experts on the subject. The articles first published in the magazine, have now been compiled as a book aimed at addressing a wider audience.

Weight .145 kg