The Unique Qualities Of The Prophet (P.B.U.H) And His Community
Khasa'is Al-Nabi (S) Wa Ummatihi
By Imam Yusuf Al-Nabahani (1849 - 1932 CE)
Biography : Shaykh Gibril Fouad Haddad
Translation & Notes : Rashad Jameer
Paperback 82 Pages
Publisher : Wasila Press (2015)
Arabic - English
About The Book
Set in English with vocalised Arabic script, this collection of forty ahadith on the Khasa'is or Unique Qualities of the Prophet a and His Community is compiled by one of the foremost judges, lovers of the Prophet a, and spiritual scholars of the recent-past : Imam Yusuf Al-Nabahani.
This selection of the special distinctions exclusively possessed by the Chosen Prophet (al-Mustafa) is gleaned from Imam al-Suyyṭi's Khasa'is al-Kubra and the ahadith. Recommended for all lovers of Islam, the purpose of this science is to elucidate the supreme rank and magnificent nature of the best of creation.
Including an appendix elucidating the oft-misunderstood concept of seeking an intermediary to Allah (tawassul) through the Story of the Bedouin mentioned in classical exegesis, whose poetry is still displayed on the white pillars that surround the Prophet’s noble resting place (wajiha sharifa), and commentaries by Mulla ʿ'Ali al-Qari and ʿAbd al-Ra'uf al-Munawi on the Hadith of the Blind Man which is a testimony for the permissibility of tawassul, this short book is essential reading for the followers of Sayyiduna Muhammad.
About the Author
Imam Yusuf al-Nabahani, was born in approximately 1849 CE and hailed from a righteous family in Palestine. He first memorized the Qur'an and learnt its sciences along with Ahadith literature at the hands of his father. He then furthered his studies at al-Azhar University with the foremost teachers of his time. His knowledge, love and defence of the Prophet (peace be upon him) knew no bounds. The many books he authored are a testimony to this. Later on in life he taught and presided as a judge in Beirut for many years.
After Qadi Yusuf al-Nabahani retired from his post, he devoted his time to writing and worshipping. He travelled to al-Madinah al-Munawwarah and lived in the noble city for a period. Then he returned to Beirut, Lebanon where he passed on to the mercy of Allah in the beginning of Ramadhan 1932 CE.
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