Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? The famous 6th century Hijra classical text Ash-Shifa is widely accepted as the best, most comprehensive and most important book about the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. Qadi Iyad writes in the Introduction: "You have repeatedly asked me to write something which gathers together all that is necessary to acquaint the reader with the true stature of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, with the esteem and respect which is due to him, and with the verdict regarding anyone who does not fulfill what his stature demands or who attempts to denigrate his supreme status - even by as much as a nail-paring.
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Price Drop Alert. This 12th century work by Qadi Iyad is perhaps the most frequently used and commented upon handbook in which the Prophet's life, his qualities and his miracles are described in every detail. Ash-Shifa gathers all that is necessary to acquaint the reader with the true stature of the Prophet of Islam. Generally known by its short title, Ash-Shifa, this work was so highly admired throughout the Muslim world that it soon acquired a sanctity of its own for it is said: "If Ash-Shifa is found in a house, this house will not suffer any harm.
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Edition: Hardcover. Dimensions: 18 x 25 cm 7. Publisher: Darul Kutubul Ilmiyyah, Beirut. Add to wish list Compare Share Tweet. Your name. Your rating Excellent! Very Good Average Fair Poor. Your message. Anti-bot validation. Description Features Reviews Ask question. Books Author: Qadi Iyad d. Pages: No posts found. Your name:. Your message:. Similar products. Add to Cart. Quick view. Ash Shifa Two Vols. My Account. Sign in Create account Orders Wish list Comparison list.
Ash Shifa (Muhammad: Messenger of Allah) Qadi Iyad
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On 31 January , my Marie Curie Fellowship ended after twenty-four months. For the time being, scholars can apply for a Marie Curie Fellowship at any point of their career. However, a Marie Curie Fellow cannot be the Principal Investigator PI of her grant, since the fellowship is awarded to the host institution where her sponsor is responsible for the budget. The project explored the transformation of an early twelfth-century Arabic treatise on Islamic dogma Ar.
Qadi Iyad bin Mussa, d. 544 AH