Priorities of the Islamic Movement in the Coming Phase
By Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi
Translator : S. M Hasan Al-Banna
Paperback 186 Pages
ISBN : 0953758214
Publisher : Awakening Publications
About The Book
An enlightening and thought provoking book written by one of the leading Islamic scholars of today. In this book the author defines the concepts and parameters of the Islamic Movement. He critically analyses the ideology and program of the Islamic Movement and offers valuable advice and suggestions in establishing Islam in the post modern era.
The book covers the following areas:
- Introduction to the Islamic Movement.
- The Islamic Movement in the field of Thought and Knowledge.
- The Islamic Movement in the field of Da'wah and Education.
- The Islamic Movement in the field of Tarbiyah and Education.
- The Islamic Movement at political and International levels.
About The Author
Shaykh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi Born in Egypt 1926. One of the most prominent scholars of the 20th century. He memorized the Quran before the age of 10. He is an expert on principles of Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh), Arabic language, and other Islamic Sciences. He has published over 100 books, which are bestsellers in the Islamic world.
His books cover various topics, such as: Fiqh, how to understand the Sunnah, how to understand the Qur'an, a two volume book on Zakat which is considered by many scholars as a treasure house for the Islamic library, environment, Fiqh of Minorities, poetry, and many other topics.
Shaykh Al-Qaradawi represents an original effort to make the comprehensive rules of Islam accessible and understandable to non-specialists, and he always tries to join between the principles of the religion and the problems facing the Muslims today.
About The Translator
Hasan al Banna was born in 1906 in Egypt into a family of scholars. In 1928, he formed Ikhwan al Muslimeen (the Muslim Brotherhood organization). This movement for the revival of Islam soon spread across Egypt and the region. In December 1948, the Muslim Brotherhood organization was suppressed and thousands of its members arrested. Hasan al Banna was spared arrest only to be assassinated in February 1949.
Letter to a Muslim Student is the English translation of a letter that Hasan al Banna wrote to one of his students that was studying in the West. The sincere advice contained in this letter is drawn from the perennial values and ethos of Islam. It reminds the addressee and indeed all Muslims that the first and foremost goal in a Muslims life is to please God and live in accordance to His sacred law. Also, it brings home that studying ought not to be an end in itself or for seeking material gain. A Muslim ought to excel in his or her study in order to work for Islam and benefit humanity.
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