Islamic Belief On Which To Raise Children
By Imam Ibn Abu Zaid Al-Qairawani (b. 310 AH, d. 386 AH)
Annotated By Abdul Fattah Abu Ghoddah
Translated By Rania Gamal 'Abdul Gawad
Edited By Selma Cook
Paperback 93 Pages
Publisher : Dar al-Salam, Egypt
About The Book
No one can deny the importance of teaching the sound Islamic belief and Noble Qur'an to children during the early stages of their upbringing.
It is a fatal mistake that a person may pass to the stage of adulthood and grow old while he learned nothing about Islamic belief and the Noble Qur'an.
Therefore, a child should take advantage of his childhood and learn the sound Islamic belief and memorise the Qur'an.
Thus, this small book contains a presentation of the sound Islamic belief as well as chapters about jurisprudence issues so as to teach them to the children. It also aims to inculcate such belief in their hearts from the time they are young. Actually, It is easy for children to understand
Shaykh Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghoddah says about the book that it is to be thought to the young and the old due to its conciseness and eloquence. Also, it is free from philosophy which has entered into islamic belief Islamic Monotheism on the pretext of faith where converted into scientific treatises marred by doubtful unclear element and archaic refutation that where hardly beneficial for those who are not specialised in studying Islamic belief.
About The Author
Ibn Abi Zayd Al Qairawani is Abu Muhammad Abd Allah b Abi Zayd 'Abd Ar-Rahman. He was from the tribe of Naffzawa and lived and studied in Kayrawan. He was the Imam of the Malikis in his time and their model. He had a comprehensive grasp of the school of Malik and explained his statements.
He had extensive knowledge and a prodigious memory and transmission. His books are ample testimony of that. His writing was fluent, clarifying and defining what he said. He defended the school of Malik and established evidence in its support.Abu Muhammad ibn Abi Zayd died in 386 Hijri.
The people of Andalusia who followed him include Abu Bakr ibn Mawhab al-Maqburi, Abu 'Abdullah ibn al-Hadhdha' and Abu Marwan al-Qanazi'i. The people of Ceuta include Abu 'Abdu'r-Rahman ibn al-'Ajuz, Abu Muhammad ibn Ghalib, and Khalaf ibn Nasr. The people of the Maghrib include Abu 'Ali ibn Amdakatu as-Sijilmasi.
About Shaykh Abdul-Fattah Abu Ghoddah
Born in Syria in 1917. One of the outstanding Muslim scholars of the 20th century, Shaykh Abu Ghoddah was a leading scholar in the field of Hadith and of the Hanafi school of Fiqh. He studied in Syria and Egypt specialising in Arabic Language, Hadith, Shariah and Psychology.
He had many prominent teachers, amongst them Shaykh Ragib al-Tabbakh, Shaykh Ahmed ibn Muhamad al-Zaraqa, Shaykh Isa al-Bayanuni, Shaykh Ahmad al-Kurdi and the renouned Ottoman Scholar Imam al-Kawthari. He met Imam Hasan al-Banna in the 1940?s and joined the Muslim Brotherhood.
On his return to Syria he became very active in his dawah work and eventually he became the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria. He taught Usul al Fiqh, Hanafi Fiqh and Comparative Fiqh at the University of Damascus. He also taught at the King Saud University and Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University. He was buried in al-Baqi Cemetery in Madinah in 1997.
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