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The Muhammadan Light
The Muhammadan Light
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  • Authored by: Sh. Gibril Fouad al-Haddad

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Details:  The Muhammadan Light: in the Qur'an, Sunnah & Companion Reports,
Paperback - 319 pages,
by Shaykh Gibril Fouad Haddad.


Description :

200 verses of Qur'an and over 250 texts from the Prophet's, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, biography (sira), his Attributes (shama'il) and unique aspects (khasa'is), the spiritual poetry of the Companions and Awliya-Allah, and commentary of the Qur'an and Hadith on the Light (Nur) of the Prophet Muhammad, may Allah the Almighty shower His Blessings upon him, and his Inheritors.

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There are three verses in the Qur'an which mention the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, as a Light.

Allah the Almighty said:

"From Allah has come to you a Light and a Book manifest." (5:15)

Qadi `Iyad, May Allah be pleased with him, said: "He [the Prophet] was named a Light because of the clarity of his case and the fact that his Prophecy was made manifest, and also because of the illumination of the hearts of the believers and the knowers of Allah with what he brought."

Imam al-Suyuti, May Allah be pleased with him, in Tafsir al-Jalalayn, Fayruzabadi, May Allah be pleased with him, in the Tafsir Ibn `Abbas entitled Tanwir al-miqbas (p. 72), Shaykh al-Islam, Imam Fakhr al-Din al-Razi, May Allah be pleased with him, the Mujaddid of the sixth century, in his Tafsir al-kabir (11:189), Qadi Baydawi, May Allah be pleased with him, in his Tafsir entitled Anwar al-tanzil, al-Baghawi, May Allah be pleased with him, in his Tafsir entitled Ma`alim al- tanzil (2:23), Imam al-Shirbini, May Allah be pleased with him, in his Tafsir entitled al-Siraj al- munir (p. 360), the author of Tafsir Abi Sa`ud (4:36), and Thana'ullah Pani Patti, May Allah be pleased with him, in his Tafsir al-Mazhari, (3:67) all said: "What is meant by a Light is: Muhammad, Blessings and peace upon him."


Ibn Jarir al-Tabari, May Allah be pleased with him, in his Tafsir jami` al-bayan (6:92) said: "There has come to you a Light from Allah: He means by the Light: Muhammad, Blessings and peace upon him, by means of whom Allah has illuminated the truth, brought forth Islam, and obliterated idolatry. Therefore he (the Prophet) is a Light for those who have been enlightened by him and by his exposition of truth."


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When I beheld his lights shining out,
I placed in awe my hand before my eyes,
In fear for my sight at the beauty of his frame;
and now I look at him only to my capacity.
His light has made all lights drown in his lights
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---Hassan b. Thabit.




About the Author: Dr. Gibril Fouad Haddad is a disciple of Mawlana Shaykh Nazim al-Haqqani at the hands of his deputy Shaykh Hisham Kabbani. He has been studying and teaching for over two decades in the United States and Syria, and holds scholarly licenses (ijaza) from 150 shaykhs. Dr. Haddad has authored three dozen books and hundreds of articles in Islamic hermeneutics, doctrine, hadith, biography and heresiology. He currently resides in Brunei Darussalam.



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Table of Contents

---Preamble,

Chapter [1]The Prophet as the First Creation,
---The Prophet's status and title of Beloved of Allah,
---''He received the Qur'an and all his knowledge at that time''


Chapter [2]The Prophet as a Light in Qur'an and Sunna,
---The description of the Prophet as a Light by over 40 Companions ,
---His Light overwhelmed beholders,
---al-Darimi's ''Chapter on the Beauty of the Prophet''
---Like the Sun and the Moon, not Like the Sword,
---His 'Knowledge of the Unseen,'
---Seeing the Prophet in one's grave,
---The meaning of azhar.


Chapter [3]The Intercession of His Face & Grave,
---A fair one by whose face rain-prayers reach the clouds,
---The Prophet as aLight in the Companions' Funeral Elegies,
---How the Early Muslims acted at the Prophet's Grave.


Chapter [4]The Prophet as Light from the Light of Allah,
---The similitude of the Divine Light is the Prophet,
---Meaning of Nur al-Nabi min nurih,
---Only Allah Most High truly knows the Prophet,
---''There is no muhammad except Muhammad''


Chapter [5]The Progression of His Light in Time,
---More reports on the Prophet as the first Light created,
---al-Abbas b. 'Abd al-Muttalib's ''Light of Mawlid'' poem,
---His visible light in the foreheads of his ancestors,
---The body of the Prophet in the Holy Qur'an.


Chapter [6]His Pre-Existent Universal Intercession,
---Intermediacy is the meaning of Prophethood & Messengership,
---His exalted status before Adam's creation,
---The meaning of  ''I was a Prophet when Adam ...''
---The Prophet intercedes for hundreds of billions.


Chapter [7]His Light Overpowers All Lights,
---Invocations of blessings by his light as the source of all lights,
---The Unfathomability of the Prophet's Rank, I,
---The Unfathomability of the Prophet's Rank, II.


Chapter [8]The Light of the Prophetic Inheritors,
---The three types of progeny in alastu bi-Rabbikum,
---The visible light of the Awliya here and hereafter,
---The Prophet's definition of the Awliya,
---The Hadith of the Awliya on pulpits of lights.


---Epilogue,

---Bibliography.










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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 03 January, 2013.