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Muhammad Ibn Jafar al-Kattani, Al-Hafiz Abu 'Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ja'far al-Kattani (b. 1273 AH) received his early religious education in his native Morocco, then travelled to Syria and the Hijaz to continue his studies with many of leading scholars of his time.
He was a specialist of hadith but also mastered other sciences including Islamic jurisprudence. He was deeply involved in the political struggle against colonialism, and was a great support to the legitimate Muslim rulers.
Allamah Muhammad Al-Jazri Completed this work in Zil Hijjah of the year 791 AH in Damascus. One of his students writes the Epilogue whilst Damascus was under siege : "No Water was allowed to enter the centre of the city, the surroundings of the city have been put to fire and most of the villages in the surrounding have been destroyed" At a time like this He says He Made this book his sanctuary. An Excellent Classical Collection of Du'a and Dhikr.
Abu Yusuf Yaqub ibn Ishaq Al-Kindi (born in Kufah Iraq c801 AD) is the father of Islamic Philosophy. He was also a scientist of high caliber a gifted Mathematician, astronomer, physician and a geographer as well as a talented musician.
All-Kindi served as a translator and editor of Greek philosophical works at the court of the Abbasid caliphs al-Ma'mun and Mu'tasim. He was well versed in ancient learning and devoted his life to its dissemination in all areas of Muslim culture.
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