"To Every Young Woman ....
Who Believes in Allah " New,
,[A5] Paperback - 95 pages
by Imam Muhammad Ramadan al-Buti,
Translated by Mahdi Lock,
Published by Nawa Books, Singapore.
Now in Stock August 2023
The woman’s covering…her freedom…her working…her rights: these are the last cards that the professional agents of the ideological attack have left to play with as they try to drive the Muslim woman away from her religion, and then transform her into an effective weapon against Muslim youth to prevent them from establishing an Islamic society.
The book To Every Young Woman Who Believes in Allah was able to rip up these remaining cards and liberate the Muslim woman from the foolishness of frivolous people, the schemes of those who despise Islam, and the lies of those who slander it. Let everyone, near and far, be assured that the current Muslim drive towards the objective that Allah has commanded them to strive for will continue to move forward, rising above every base desire and being alert to every deceit.
Part of Imam al-Buti's masterful 'Pinnacle Papers' series.
About the Author :
Shaykh Muhammad Sa'id Ramadan al-Buti was born in 1929CE near the village of Jilka, in (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 usul 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 wasa 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 on the 21st of March 2013CE, along with numerous others, when a bomb exploded at the Im?n mosque in Damascus during his weekly lecture.
Selection of works by/related to Shaykh al-Buti,
About Shaykh Mahdi Lock:
Mahdi Lock is a teacher, student, blogger, writer, and professional freelance translator of classical Arabic Islamic texts into English. He has been studying theology, law and other Islamic sciences for several years with teachers in England, North Africa and the Middle East. To date, his translated works include Kitab al-Halal wa al-Haram by Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, Kitab al-Waqf from al-Mughni al-Muhtaj by al-Khatib al-Shirbini, the introduction to al-Majmu by Imam Yahya al-Nawawi and Sharh al-Sudur by Imam Jalal al-Din al-Suyuti.
Table of Contents :
---About the Author,
---Translator's Introduction & Acknowledgements,
---About the Translator.
---Foreword by Dr. Muhammad Tawfiq Ramadan al-Buti, [Arabic],
---Foreword by Dr. Muhammad Tawfiq Ramadan al-Buti, English translation.
---. Introduction to the 2nd Edition,
---. To Every Young Woman Who Believes in Allah,
---. This is Islam's Ruling,
---. Fabricated Scientific Sophisms,
---. Worthless Remarks,
---. A Final Word.
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Dimensions : 21.7 x 14.2cm