Ma'Allah Dirasat fi al-Da'wah wal Du'at
By Muhammad al-Ghazali
Paperback 496 pages
Publisher : Darul Qalam, Damascus
About The Book
Calling towards Allah also means to call towards Islam, to convince people that they should lead their lives according to the teachings of Islam, and to strive to establish its system of life.
In other words to worship only Allah, to seek help only from Him, to obey only Him, to absolve oneself from the following and obedience of others, to enjoin virtues, and to erase vices.
This book illustrates the significance of Da'wah in Islam and also what's the appropriate route for calling other to islam.
About The Author
Al-Ghazali was born in 1335/1997 in the small town of Nikla al-'Inab southeast of the coastal port of Alexandria , in the Beheira Governorate . He graduated from Al Azhar University in 1941. He taught at the University of Umm al-Qura in Makkah and held the post of Chairman of the Academic Council of the International Institute of Islamic Thought in Cairo.
He authored more than sixty books, many of which have been translated into various languages.
Some of his books include:
Islam and the Modern Economy
Islam and Political Despotism
Fanaticism and Tolerance Between Christianity and Islam
Fiqh Al Seerah
Tafsir on the Qur'an
Laisa Minal Islam (Not From Islam)
Our Intellectual Heritage
Renew Your Life
Islam and Women's Issues
The Prophetic Sunna: Between the Jurists and the Hadith Scholars
He passed away in 1416/1996 in Riyad and burial was done in Baqi' of Madian Munawwarah.
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