Fiqh al-Sirah : Urdu

 Fiqh as-Seerah : Urdu mutarjam : New,
*[A5+] Large Hardback - 686 pages,
by Dr. Shaykh Muhammad Sa'id Ramadan al-Bouti [d.1434h],
tarjuma by Mawlana Muhammad Imran Nizami,
Published by Khawaja Book Depot, Delhi.

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Fiqh al Seerah al-Nabawiyyah : is the much acclaimed work on the Prophetic biography of the Beloved Messenger of Allah, ﷺ, by the highly revered Syrian scholar Doctor al-Shaykh Muhammad Saeed Ramadan al-Buti, rahimahullah. The urdu translation is by Mawlana Hafiz Muhammad Imran Anwar Nizami, of Darul Ulum Muhammadiyya Ghosiyya.

This work is also available in English and Arabic.

Shaykh Muhammad Saʿid Ramadan al-Buti rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, was born in 1929CE near the village of Jilka, Būṭan (Turkish Kurdistan). In 1933CE he migrated to Damascus (Syria) together with his  father, Mulla Ramadan. In Damascus the Shaykh followed in his father’s footsteps as he became one of the city’s leading scholars of theology, philosophy, law and jurisprudence.

He completed his secondary studies at the Institute of Islamic Guidance, after which he joined the Faculty of Religion at al-Azhar University, receiving his degree in 1955CE. The
following year, Shaykh al-Buti joined the Faculty of Arabic at al-Azhar. He was appointed as Dean in the Faculty of Religion at Damascus University in 1960, and deputed to al-Azhar University for his doctorate in uṣūl al-fiqh.  In 1965 he was appointed as an instructor in the College of Law at Damascus University. Later, he was appointed as its Dean, then as the Chief of the Department of Tenets and Religions, and finally as the Head  of the Beliefs and Religions Department at the Faculty of Islamic Law.

Shaykh al-Buti has been an active participant in many conferences and symposia. He was a member of the Royal Society of Islamic Civilisation Research in Amman, as well as the High Council of the Oxford Academy. He lectured regularly in the mosques of Damascus and other Syrian cities. Thousands attended his lectures, in addition to the millions that watched his weekly lectures on television.  He wrote in several newspapers and journals,  and offered religious guidance, advice and rulings to the population.

Shaykh al-Buti has written over forty books on numerous topics within his expertise. He was murdered (shaheed) on the 21st of  March 2013CE [10th Jummada al-Awwal 1434h], along with numerous others, when a bomb exploded at the Imān mosque in Damascus during his weekly lecture.

Other works of Shaykh al-Bouti,
More Urdu books.

*Dimensions : 22.5 x 15cm.

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