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The Mawlid : The Blessed Birth
The Mawlid : The Blessed Birth
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  • Authored by: Imam ibn Kathir

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Details:   The Mawlid - The Blessed Birth,
Small Paperback - 52 pages.
by Imam Ibn Kathir.



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This book, which is a lesser known work of Imam ad-Din Ibn Kathir, May Allah be pleased with him, seeks to present the circumstances surrounding Quraysh and ‘Abd al-Muttalib, the grandfather of the Beloved Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, some of the premonitory dreams and oracular announcements of his coming, and the Birth itself and early years of the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, some of his outstanding merits and noble qualities of character, and traditions relating to his high position as the Chosen One (Mustafa) and Beloved (habib) of Allah and Seal of the Messengers of Allah.

 
The author’s careful choice of traditions and his sifting the original material from the earliest sources is here reinforced by the modern editors of the text and their judicious checking and assessment of the traditions cited.



Ibn Kathir [d. 774 AH]
The Imam, the hafiz and historian ‘Imad ad-Din Abu’l-Fida’ Isma'il ibn ‘Umar ibn Kathir, may Allah be pleased with him,  was born in 701/1301 near Busra in Syria, and grew up in Damascus where he studied the traditional sciences of Islam with a wide variety of teachers, among the most famous of them being Shaykh ‘Alam ad-Din al-Qasim ibn Muhammad al-Barzali and Hafiz Jamal ad-Din Abu’l-Hajjaj Yusuf ibn ‘Abd ar-Rahman al-Mizzi.



Imam Ibn al-Kathir is also remembered as a student of Imam Taqi ad-Din Ahmad ibn ‘Abd al-Halim ibn Taymiyah. He is also well known for his history al-Bidayah wa’n-nihayah, his work on the biography of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, 'as-Sirat an-nabawiyyah' and his work on Qur’anic commentary Tafsir al-Qur’an al-‘Azim. He died in Damascus on Thursday 26th Sha’ban 774/1373 and is buried there by the side of his shaykh Ibn Taymiyah, in the Sufi Graveyard. 










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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 05 November, 2012.