Author: I. A. Ibrahim
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2000
About This Book:
I. A. Ibrahim's "A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam" is an educational outline of Islam's significant thoughts, convictions, and practices. This showed reference offers perusers a straightforward yet intensive outline of Islam, revising normal misguided judgments and giving an unmistakable comprehension of the key ideas. This guide is an open and outwardly captivating asset for those new to Islam or those looking for real information about confidence.
The aide incorporates visual components to assist perusers with getting a handle on the substance, like representations, outlines, and photos. This visual lucidity assists perusers in figuring out complex ideas and fabricates a more grounded association with the material.
I. A. Ibrahim digs into Islam's fundamental precepts, like the unity of God (Tawhid), prophethood, heavenly messengers, holy writing, and the idea of the Day of Judgment. Every thought is made sense of basically, permitting perusers to get a handle on the major precepts of the confidence.
Misconceptions About Islam:
The handbook tends to normal misguided judgments about Islam by offering the right realities to disprove legends and biases. The creator desires to make a more educated and nuanced comprehension of religion by explaining got regions wrong.
The aide takes care of perusers with different degrees of colleague with Islam, making it reasonable for a different crowd. It is a superb asset for those new to the confidence, those researching Islam, and anyone with any interest in finding out about Muslim convictions and practices.