Mysteries of the Soul
The subject of this treatise - the nature,
essence, and circumstances of the human soul - is fascinating to people of all
ages, faiths, and walks of life. It covers the issue of death and what happens
Therefore, in order to arrive at sound dependable conclusions regarding the soul, one must carefully read and analyze the available material and evaluate it according to stringent criteria. This is of utmost importance since it bears directly on one's belief The author says ' In order to fuilfill this desire, I read extensively in this area from ancient texts as well as from the works of modern writers, Islamic and otherwise. During this extensive reading and research, I became convinced that Islaam, the only fully preserved, divinely revealed faith, had the true answers to man’s many questions about the human soul'
Abu Bilal Mustafa al-Kanadi, was born in Italy in 1950. At the age of 4 his family migrated to British Columbia. In 1972 he graduated from the University of British Columbia (Faculty of Arts) with a major in English Literature. He went on to study at the Simon Fraser University in the Faculty of Education, concentrating on the field of Special Education, he graduated with honours in 1974. It was during his last semester here that he embraced Islam. Having entered the fold of Islam he quickly developed a yearning to seek Islamic knowledge, and this quest lead him to Umm al-Qurra University in Makkah, where he completed the Arabic language program and went on to graduate from the College of Shari'ah after which he obtained a masters degree in Quranic Sciences. Abu Bilal has authored a number of works on various subjects and was actively involved in Islamic activities. In 1989 he passed away, and with his death, English speaking Muslims lost an important writer and thinker - may Allah have mercy on him.
accepts the repentance of the servant so long as his spirit has not arrived at
Published By Darul Ishaat in Pakistan.
The Hedaya or Guide. A commentary on the Mussulman laws. Tanslation first made in the 1780s (dedicated "to Warren Hastings, Esq., late Governor-General of Bengal"
Abu al Hasan Burhan al Din 'Ali b. Abi Bakr b. 'Abd al Jalal al-Farghani, al Marghinani, the great Hanafi jurist, was born at Marghian in the vicinity of Farghana in 530 A.H. (1135 A.H.). He died in 593 A.H. (1197 A.D.).
The Importance of this Book can not be exaggerated, it was and still is referred to in all Courts in Muslim India. It is also studied in most Hanafi based Dar-ul-Ulums and Islamic Universities.
Despite the fact that the English translation was commissioned by the British Governor General of Bengal, This Print Version is in Old English so the S appear as F -(It can therefore be difficult to read) and Unfortunately the Salah, Fasting and Ibadah issues in general have not been translated.
However Issues such, Zakat, Marriage, Divorce, Sales and other transaction are translated
It is Published by Muslim Printers and AS FAR AS WE KNOW IT IS THE ONLY CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TRANSLATION OF THIS GREAT CLASSIC, it is definitely worth it for the seeker of Knowledge.
Please Read the Notes before buying this version of the translation
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