الرحيق المختوم pdf

الرحيق المختوم  pdf

Title: الرحيق المختوم pdf

Author: المباركفوري، صفي الرحمن

Genre: ,Religion,Islam,Religion,History,Biography,Nonfiction

Pages: 498 pages

الرحيق المختوم pdf

الرحيق المختوم,بحث في السيرة النبوية.,تأليف: الشيخ صفي الرحمن المباركفوري.,قُدِّم في مسابقة رابطة العالم الإسلامي في السيرة النبوية الشريفة، وحاز البحث على المركز الأول.,”ومن منهجي في هذا الكتاب ـ عدا ما جاء في إعلان الرابطة ـ أني قررت سلوك سبيل الاعتدال، متجنبًا التطويل الممل والإيجاز المخل، وقد وجدت المصادر تختلف فيما بينها حول كثير مما يتعلق بالأحداث اختلافًا لا يحتمل الجمع والتوفيق، فاخترت سبيل الترجيح، وأثبت في الكتاب ما ترجح لدي بعد التدقيق في الدراسة والنقد، إلا أني طويت ذكر الدلائل والوجوه؛ لأن ذلك يفضي إلى طول غير مطلوب‏.,أما بالنسبة لقبول الروايات وردها فقد استفدت في ذلك مما كتبه الأئمة المتقنون، واعتمدت عليهم فيما حكموا به من الصحة والحسن والضعف؛ إذ لم أجد وقتًا يكفي للخوض في هذا المجال‏.‏,وقد أشرت في بعض المواضع إلى بعض الدلائل ووجوه الترجيح، وذلك حينما خِفْتُ الاستغراب ممن يقرأ الكتاب، أو رأيت شبه الاتفاق فيما بين الأولين والآخرين على خلاف ما هو الصواب‏.‏ والله ولي التوفيق‏.‏”,الجمعة المباركة ,24/7/1396هـ,23/7/1976م,صفي الرحمن المباركفوري,الجامعة السلفية,بنارس – الهند

 

Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم pdf

Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم  pdf

Title: Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم pdf

Author: Anonymous,

Genre: ,Religion,Religion,Islam,Nonfiction,Philosophy,Classics

Pages: 604 pages

Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم pdf

The Quran (English pronunciation: /kɔrˈɑːn/; Arabic: القرآن al-qurʾān, IPA: [qurˈʔaːn], literally meaning “the recitation”), also transliterated Qur’an, Koran, Al-Coran, Coran, Kur’an, and Al-Qur’an, is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be the verbatim word of God (Arabic: الله, Allah). ,The Quran is composed of verses (Ayat) that make up 114

 

Prince Among Slaves: The True Story of an African Prince Sold into Slavery in the American South pdf

Prince Among Slaves: The True Story of an African Prince Sold into Slavery in the American South  pdf

Title: Prince Among Slaves: The True Story of an African Prince Sold into Slavery in the American South pdf

Author: Terry Alford

Genre: ,History,Nonfiction,Cultural,Africa,Biography,Religion,Islam,Cultural,African American

Pages: 316 pages

Prince Among Slaves: The True Story of an African Prince Sold into Slavery in the American South pdf

In this remarkable work, Terry Alford tells the story of Abd al Rahman Ibrahima, a Muslim slave who, in 1807, was recognized by an Irish ship’s surgeon as the son of an African king who had saved his life many years earlier. “The Prince,” as he had become known to local Natchez, Mississippi residents, had been captured in war when he was 26 years old, sold to slave traders, and shipped to America. Slave though he was, Ibrahima was an educated, aristocratic man, and he was made overseer of the large cotton and tobacco plantation of his master, who refused to sell him to the doctor for any price. After years of petitioning by Dr. Cox and others, Ibrahima finally gained freedom in 1828 through the intercession of U.S. Secretary of State Henry Clay. Sixty-six years old, Ibrahima sailed for Africa the following year, with his wife, and died there of fever just five months after his arrival. The year 2007 marks the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of Prince Among Slaves, the only full account of Ibrahima’s life, pieced together from first-person accounts and historical documents gathered on three continents. It is not only a remarkable story, but also the story of a remarkable man, who endured the humiliation of slavery without ever losing his dignity or his hope for freedom. This thirtieth anniversary edition, which will be released to coincide with a major documentary being aired on Ibrahima’s life, has been updated to include material discovered since the original printing, a fuller presentation and appreciation of other African Muslims in American slavery-Ibrahima’s contemporaries-and a review of new and important literature and developments in the field.

 

خدمات متقابل ايران و اسلام pdf

خدمات متقابل ايران و اسلام  pdf

Title: خدمات متقابل ايران و اسلام pdf

Author: Morteza Motahhari

Genre: ,Religion,Islam,History

Pages: 

خدمات متقابل ايران و اسلام pdf

جوابی جامع و کامل به یک سوال مهم. پاسخی به جنگ میان ملی گرایان و مذهب گرایان.,آدم واقعا می مونه چی بگه.تحقیق جامعی که پشت این کتابه غیر قابل وصفه.,برای طرح یک موضوع از چندین منبع مختلف اسم برده شده و ایرادهای منابع هم ذکر شده و گفته شده کدوم منبع به چه دلیلی درست تره.,بخش اول کتاب که خدمات اسلام بود واسه من جالبتر به نظر اومد.بخش دوم خدمات ایران چون پر از اسم های فقیهان فیلسوفان و عرفاست واسه مطالعه آزاد خیلی جالب نیست ولی برای کسی که می خواد تخصصی مطالعه کنه و دنبال یه منبع معتبره عالیه.,روح استاد مطهری شاد.

 

Cinderella in Arabia: A Cross-Cultural Autobiography pdf

Cinderella in Arabia: A Cross-Cultural Autobiography  pdf

Title: Cinderella in Arabia: A Cross-Cultural Autobiography pdf

Author: Monika Al-Amahani

Genre: ,Islam,Muslimah

Pages: 511 pages

Cinderella in Arabia: A Cross-Cultural Autobiography pdf

Moving from adolescent dreams under the spires of Oxford to the incestuous, corrupt, and filthy-rich milieus of modern Kuwait, this book tears away the veil of hypocrisy, misunderstanding, and myth which shrouds the contemporary Middle East. Forget about political correctness. This is a true story that takes you into the heart of wastaland, where whom you know gets you where you want to be, where haute couture garments rub shoulders with the spirit of the Middle Ages and where women are still bought and sold and consigned to a life of obedience . . . or else! ,Step into the land of oil . . . and the riches it brings . . . and prepare to be shocked by what you learn.

 

Isabelle: The Life of Isabelle Eberhardt pdf

Isabelle: The Life of Isabelle Eberhardt  pdf

Title: Isabelle: The Life of Isabelle Eberhardt pdf

Author: Annette Kobak

Genre: ,Biography,Travel,Nonfiction,History,Religion,Islam

Pages: 258 pages

Isabelle: The Life of Isabelle Eberhardt pdf

An illustrated biography of Isabelle Eberhardt who, although she died young, became a legend in her own lifetime. Using her diaries and many previously unpublished letters, the author tells of her childhood in Geneva, her adventures in the North African desert and her identification with the Arabs. The film rights of this book have been sold.,From Publishers Weekly:,This captivating biography describes a turn-of-the-century Russian adventurer who was drawn by her romance with Islam to travel throughout north Africa, writing about the lives of the colonial French and local Arabs . Her colorful career ended abruptly in death at the age of 27 in a torrential flash flood that struck a remote hillside garrison in Algeria. Born in 1877 in Geneva, Eberhardt bore the maiden name of her mother, who had left Russia and her elderly husband, a general, five years earlier to go to Switzerland with her children’s tutor, an anarchist. Never sure of her identity, Eberhardt embraced a series of disguises as a teenager and afterward, taking a series of male noms de plume and dressing as a man, which eased her way into the tents and Moslem monasteries of the desert. What was not in question was her sexuality, which was decidedly hetero: Eberhardt’s fondness for “nights of love” culminated in marriage to an Arab officer in the French colonial cavalry. In this well-researched book, Kobak, a British writer who translated Eberhardt’s only published novel, Vagabond , skillfully weaves brief excerpts from her subject’s work into her riveting story.

 

The Stolen Village: Baltimore And The Barbary Pirates pdf

The Stolen Village: Baltimore And The Barbary Pirates  pdf

Title: The Stolen Village: Baltimore And The Barbary Pirates pdf

Author: Des Ekin

Genre: ,History,Cultural,Ireland,Nonfiction,Adventure,Pirates,Religion,Islam,Cultural,Africa

Pages: 398 pages

The Stolen Village: Baltimore And The Barbary Pirates pdf

From the Publisher,In June 1631, Barbary and Turkish pirates stormed ashore near Baltimore, a small village on the southern tip of County Cork, Ireland. Led by notorious pirate captain Morat Rais, the brigands captured almost all the villagers and dragged them away to be sold in the slave markets of North Africa. Only two ever saw Ireland again.,The Sack of Baltimore was sensational, the most devastating attack ever mounted by Islamist forces on Ireland or England. Des Ekin’s exhaustive research and vibrant writing illuminates this highly unusual and dramatic episode, describing the political intrigues that sealed the captives’ fate and providing vivid insight into the conditions of slave life in old Algiers