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Muqaddimat Ibn Khaldun
By Imam Abdul Rahman Ibn Muhammad Ibn Khaldoun
Published By Dar al-Kotob Al-Ilmiyyah
The Muqaddimah, is the most important Islamic history of the pre-modern world. Written by the great fourteenth-century Muslim scholar Ibn Khaldûn , this monumental work laid down the foundations of several fields of knowledge, including philosophy of history, sociology, ethnography, and economics.
A masterpiece in literature on philosophy of history and sociology. The main theme of this monumental work was to identify psychological, economic, environmental and social facts that contribute to the advancement of human civilization and the currents of history. He analyzed the dynamics of group relationships and showed how group feelings, al-'Asabiyya, produce the ascent of a new civilization and political power. He identified an almost rhythmic repetition of the rise and fall in human civilization, and analyzed factors contributing to it.
Abu Zayd 'Abd al-Rahman ibn Muhammad ibn Khaldun al-Hadrami (732 to 808 Hijri) was a famous Muslim historiographer and historian born in what is modern day Tunisia, and is sometimes seen as one of the forerunners of modern
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'Every Sahaba (Companion of our Prophet SallallahuAlaiyhiwaSallam) has a unique story, and quite a few suspense-filled adventures on their way to the divine truth. Reading about them, one is bound to be inspired and amazed at the power of the human spirit to overcome even the most insurmountable obstacles.'