'Aqidat Al Mu'min
By Abu Bakr Jabir Al-Jaza'iri
Hardback 304 Pages
Publisher : Dar al Fikr, Beirut Lebanon
About The Book
Aqida is an islamic term which means "Creed". This book defines basically six articles of belief with easy and literary way as following:
- Belief in God and Tawhid (Monotheism)
- Belief in the Angels
- Belief in the Islamic holy books
- Belief in the prophets and messengers
- Belief in the Last Judgment and Resurrection
- Belief in predestination.
About The Author
The author was born in 'Liwah', Al-Jaza'ir (Algeria) in 1921 CE. He was less than one year old when his father died, his pious mother nurtured the eminent child on the basis of Islamic guidelines. He learned the whole Qur'an in his youth before he was even twelve years old. He finished his early education in his hometown, then moved to the capital of Al-Jaza'ir and worked there as a teacher in a school.
During that period he attended the lecturers of 'Allamah At-Tayyab Abu Qir and was enlightened with the light of belief in Tawhid and the Sunnah (way) of Prophet (S). When the French colonisation began in 1372 AH or 1952 CE, he migrated to Al-Madinah, the city of Prophet (S). King Saud bin Abdul-Aziz was the ruler at that time and Al-Madinah University was being established. Abu Bakr Jabir Al-Jaza'ri first worked as a teacher in Al-Madinah, then he joined Al-Madinah University and worked there until his retirement. He also worked as an adviser and helper in some institutes affiliated with the Muslim World League during that time.
Allah has given the author a great ability in reading and writing so he wrote several books, some small and some larger, totaling about eighty. Besides these he also wrote more than ten large books, among which Minhaj Al-Muslim or "The Way of a Muslim", 'Aqeedah Mu'min or "The Believer's Creed", and a selection on the Sirah (biography) of the Prophet (S) entitled Hadha Al-Habib (This is the Beloved) and his Tafsir of the Qur'an entitled Aysar Al Tafasir are the more popular.
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