The Call to the Believers in the Clear Qur'an : New,"Nida al-Muminin fi'l-Qur'an al-Mubin"*[A5+] Large Paperback - 958 pages,by Shaikh Ahmad Fathu'llah Jami al-Shadhili,Translated by Muhter Holland,Part of the 'Living Shaikh Series,'Published by Al-Baz, Florida.Description :In the clear and Glorious Qur'an, eighty-nine verses [ayat] bear the explicit address: 'O you who believe [ya ayyuha 'lladhina amanu].'The author provides a thorough and enlightening commentary for each and every one of these. The Shaikh says of this work: "I give thanks to the master (Glorious and Exalted is He) for making this work easy for me. Whenever I read the Quran, the sound of the call from my Lord would penetrate my heart, with his saying (Exalted is He): O you who truly believe! "Ya ayyuha lladhina amanu." "I would pause at each verse containing a call, and contemplate what Allah meant this Call to signify for me it occurred to my heart that I should collect them and write them down, but I did not decide to act on the feeling until I was moved to do so by Allah's enabling grace." Shaykh Ahmad Fathu'llah Jami is the Shaykh of the Shadhili
Order, the native of Mush [in Eastern Turkey]. Shaykh Fathu'llah is Khalidi by descent
and Shafi'i by school of Islamic Law (madhhab) and resides in Kahraman, Marash. He is the
successor (khalifa) of Shaikh Abd al-Qadir 'Isa al-Halabi. Muhtar Holland was born in 1935, in Durham in England. He bore the name Muhtar in 1969, when he was moved-by powerful experiences in the latihan kejiwaan of Subud-to embrace the religion of Islam. His freelance activities have mostly been devoted to writing and translating in various parts of the world, including Scotland and California. He made his Pilgrimage [Hajj] to Mecca in 1980. He is prolific translator of sufi classics in particular the works of al-Ghawth al-Adham, Sayyadina Shaykh 'Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani, may Allah sanctify his secret.Table of Contents :---Biography of the Author, Shaykh Ahmad Fathu'llah Jami,------1. His family background,------2. His quest for knowledge,------3. His progress on the road of the people [of the Spiritual Path],------4. His service to his shaykh,------5. His patience and endurance in coping with misfortunes,------6. His merciful compassion and his tender kindness towards the creatures of Allah, especially the orphans,---Author's Introduction,---Translator's Introduction,The Eighty Nine Verses : The Call to the Believers in the Clear Qur'an :"Nida al-Muminin fi'l-Qur'an al-Mubin"--- to ---.---Sources,---Notes,---About the Translator.