Min Adab al-Islam

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Min Adab Al-Islam

من أدب الإسلام

The book points out that one of the advantages of religion is that it provides people with a degree of psychological and spiritual reassurance that relieves them of the burdens and pains of life, and curbs their wild instincts and desires, as Islam did at the height of Arab civilization, its prosperity, and its expansion.

We realized how much misery Western civilization brought on its children when it excluded religion from guidance in public life.

The book stresses that the church's attempts in Western countries, which seek to benefit from religion to mitigate the damages of their civilization, have failed, and that the reins have slipped from the hands of their clergy and moral scholars, and that the catastrophe is worsening day after day until the natural end of this civilization comes.

The book highlights the reasons why we are the only nation that deserves to bear the banner of civilization after the Westerners to create a new civilization that alleviates human misery, and achieves for him a greater degree of security, tranquility and a stable life. For half a century, for example, the rise and collapse of civilizations has natural laws that do not fail.

The book presents many examples of the masterpieces of our civilization, but not all of them. It gives our generation a true and full picture of this civilization. There is no present for a nation that is ignorant of its past, and there is no future for a nation that denies its characteristics and virtues.

A wonderful work by the late Shaykh 'Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah.

About The Author

Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah

Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah (عبد الفتاح بن محمد بن بشير بن حسن أبوغدة الخالدي, ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ ibn Muḥammad ibn Bashīr ibn Ḥasan Abū Ghuddah Al Khaldi) (9 May 1917 – 16 February 1997) was a Syrian Muslim Brotherhood leader and Sunni Hanafi Muslim scholar. He was born in 1917 in Aleppo. He was the third Supreme Guide of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood, taking over from Issam al-Attar in 1973.

Abu Ghuddah was born and raised in Aleppo, studying at the Academy of Islamic Studies in Aleppo and later received advanced training in psychology and education at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt. His father, Muhammad Ansari, was known to be a pious man, and was a businessman in the textile industry. Muhammad's father, Bashir Ansari, was one of the biggest textile traders in Aleppo, and the family line could be traced back to Khalid ibn al-Walid, one of the companions of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad. He manifested differences in views with Al-Dhahabi and Ibn Taymiyyah.

Abu Ghuddah left Syria and went into exile in Saudi Arabia, where he taught and researched in a variety of Islamic research at the Faculty of Islamic Sciences at Riyadh University, and guest lectured at the Omdurman Institute in Sudan. During the early years of his exile he continued to actively opposed the Syrian government during his exile, and served as the Inspector General of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood from 1976 to 1983, leading the Islamic uprising in Syria. Following the failure of the uprising Abu Ghuddah abandoned his political career and turned to academia. He taught at Jeddah University and published numerous works on theology.[6] He had his personal library, which he greatly missed during his exile as he was a serious scholar who loved reading, writing, researching, and collecting books.

Abu Ghuddah later returned to Syria in December 1995 under an arrangement with the Syrian government whereby he could return to Aleppo as long as he refrained from politics and focus on academia and religion. During his stay in his native land, he suffered a heart attack and developed soreness of the eyes In mid 1996 he returned to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for medical treatment. He began to bleed from the eyes and the condition got worse despite treatment until he lost consciousness and died in Riyadh on 16 February 1997 (9 Shawwal 1417 AH) at dawn. Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani was greatly saddened when he received the news of the demise of his beloved teacher and "Shaikh". Hafez al-Assad, the Syrian President, promptly sent condolences to the family. An official delegation, including the Minister of the Awqaf, the Governor of Aleppo, and the Chief of the Aleppo Police Department visited the family, and delivered condolences from Hafez al-Assad. Assad also offered the use of his personal plane for transporting Abu Ghuddah's body back to Syria, although he was ultimately buried in Medina near the grave of Muhammad

About The Publisher

Dar Al Salam (Cairo)

Dar Al Salam (Cairo) is one of the leading publishers of contemporary Classical Arabic books and Mushafs in the world.

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  • Author: Shaykh Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah
  • Edited and illustrated By: Shaykh Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghudd
  • Translated By: Shaykh Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghudd 
  • Publisher: Dar Al Salam (Cairo)
  • Imprint: Dar Al Salam (Cairo)
  • Publication Date: 2020
  • Country Of Publication: Egypt (Cairo)
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  • Format: Paperback / Softcover / Paperboard / Softbound
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  • Pages: 728 Approx
  • Dimensions: 210 x 297 mm   8.3 x 11.7 inches
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