Islamic Manners

Islamic Manners Written By One Of The Outstanding Scholars Of The 20th Century, Islamic Manners Is A Vital Book That Exemplifies The Sublime Islamic Personality Shaykh Abd Al Fattah Abu Ghuddah 1917 1997 Was A Leading Scholar In The Field Of Hadith And Strove In Not Only Narrating Prophetic Traditions But Also Making Them A Living Reality This Book Discusses Essential Adab Manners And Covers The Following Areas The Scope Of Islamic Manners,ImportanceofAppearance, Entering And Leaving A House, The Manners Of Visiting, The Manners Of Conversation, Social Manners, Communicating With Non Muslims, The Manners Of Eating, Weddings, Visiting The Sick, Condolences.

1917 1997 Shaykh Abdul Fattah bin Muhammad bin Bashir bin Hasan Abu Ghuddah ra was born in the city of Aleppo in the north of Syria in the year 1917 CE He studied at the Islamic Arab Institue in Aleppo, and then at the Khesrevia Madrassah now known as Shari ah Secondary school He graduated in 1942 He continued his pursuit of knowledge at Al Azhar, in Cairo, in the school of Shari ah betw 1917 1997 Shaykh Abdul Fattah bin Muhammad bin Bashir bin Hasan Abu Ghuddah ra was born in the city of Aleppo in the north of Syria in the year 1917 CE He studied at the Islamic Arab Institue in Aleppo, and then at the Khesrevia Madrassah now known as Shari ah Secondary school He graduated in 1942 He continued his pursuit of knowledge at Al Azhar, in Cairo, in the school of Shari ah between 1944 and 1948 in psychology and principles of education, faculty of Arabic language, and graduated from Al Azhar in 1950.After he had completed his studies in Egypt, Abu Ghuddah returned to Syria in 1951 where he was chosen as the leading teacher in Islamic Education, winning first prize He taught Islamic Studies for eleven years in Aleppo, wrote text books in this field and also taught in Madrassah Sha baniyah, a Shari ah school specializing in producing scholars and orators He then transferred to the College of Shari ah in the University of Damascus, where he taught Usul Al Fiqh, Hanafi Fiqh and Comparative Fiqh for three years.After that he directed the production of an Encyclopaedia on Islamic Fiqh in the College of Shari ah in Damascus for about two years, during which he also completed a Dictionary of Fiqh Al Muhalla of Ibn Hazm which had been started by some of his colleagues This was produced by the University of Damascus in two large volumes.In 1962, he was elected as a member of Parliament for Aleppo City, despite the fierce opposition he faced from other contenders He used this position to help and promote the interests of Islam and Muslims in Syria He was imprisoned in 1966 and spent eleven months in prison with other scholars before being released in June 1967.After his release, he returned to Aleppo, but eventually moved to Saudi Arabia There he taught at Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud University in Riyadh during the years 1965 1988 He also helped to develop and plan courses and programs at the University.He was invited as a visiting Professor at Um Durman Islamic University in Sudan He also participated in many seminars and conferences and also worked for a period in King Saud University in Riyadh.In recognition of his scholarly achievement, Muslim scholars nominated him in 1995 for the Prize of Sultan Brunei for Islamic Studies The prize was offered to him by the Oxford Centre for Islamic studies, in a ceremony in London attended personally by the Sultan and other dignitaries and scholars.Abu Ghuddah passed away in the early hours of Sunday 9th Shawwal 1417 16th February 1997 He was buried in Jannat al Baqi in Madinat al munawwara.http www.sunnah.org history Scholar

[Ebook] Islamic Manners  By Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah – Couponpromocode.us
  • Islamic Manners
  • Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah
  • 26 February 2018
  • 09537582 Other Editions 1

10 thoughts on “Islamic Manners

  1. says:

    This book was fantastic The opening chapters emphasising on how important our actions are, coming from the Muslim community especially this is often forgotten in the remembrance of Quran and such without implicating its teachings in our actions I read this every couple of months just ...

  2. says:

    A necessary book for any Muslim to learn basic manners adaab in their day to day lives, as taught and perfected by the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him The book includes sections about Importance of AppearanceEntering ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *