A Commentary on The Ten Nullifiers Of Islam By Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab R.A
Author: Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab
Book Binding: Hardcover
Size: 9.3 x 6.0 x 0.4 inch
About This Book:
"A Commentary on The Ten Nullifiers of Islam" is a book that presents a deep and informative study of the notion known in Islamic theology as "The Ten Nullifiers of Islam." This idea relates to behaviors or beliefs that, if undertaken or held by a Muslim, are believed to invalidate their Islam, putting them beyond the fold of the Islamic faith.
Shaikh Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab (1703-1792 CE) was a famous Islamic thinker and reformer who worked to reintroduce genuine monotheism (Tawheed) into Islam. The honorific "R.A" stands for "Radhi Allahu 'anhu," an Arabic term used to express respect for deceased individuals, particularly revered scholars and righteous leaders.
The notion of the Ten Nullifiers of Islam is rooted in the Prophet Muhammad's (peace be upon him) teachings and has been elaborated on by scholars such as Shaikh Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab. The precise list of the 10 nullifiers may alter slightly amongst researchers, but the central principle remains the same.
This concept's commentary would almost certainly dive into each of the ten nullifiers, providing thorough explanations, supporting evidence from the Quran and Hadith, and perspectives from other important Islamic thinkers. The commentary's goal is to clarify the notions offered by Shaikh Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab, making the issue more accessible and understandable to readers and students of Islamic theology.