Abraha and His Army of Elephants By Shazia Nazlee
Author: Shazia Nazlee
Book Binding: Softcover
About This Book:
Abraha and His Army of Elephants, a gripping children's book by Shazia Nazlee, tells the remarkable story of the Yemeni monarch Abraha and his bold scheme to destroy the Kaaba in Mecca. This book "Abraha and His Army of Elephants By Shazia Nazlee", which has its roots in the Quranic story of the elephant, teaches kids important lessons about the power of faith and the importance of preserving Islamic holy sites. The narrative opens with the introduction of Yemen's powerful and ambitious ruler, Abraha. He is motivated to build a magnificent cathedral in Sana'a and thinks that by diverting pilgrims from Mecca to his city, he will gain power and status. Abraha sets out for Mecca with a mighty army of elephants. The Meccans are terrified of the elephants because of their size and intimidating presence. However, the Prophet Ibrahim (peace be upon him) sincerely implores Allah for help, pleading for His intervention. Allah responds by sending a flight of birds to attack Abraha's army and bombard them with stones composed of sijjil, a rock famed for its unmatched toughness and ability to pierce even metal. Surat Al-Feel (The Elephant) In the Name of ALLAH, the Most Beneficient, the Most Merciful 1-Have you not seen how your Lord dealt with the owners of the elephant? 2-Did He not make their plot go astray? 3-And sent against them birds, in flocks, 4-Striking them with stones of Sijjill. 5-And made them like an empty field of stalks.
About The Author:
The field of children's literature has benefited from the creative writing of Shazia Nazlee. She has penned novels that enthral and encourage kids because she loves telling stories and knows how crucial it is to educate young brains. Shazia Nazlee creates captivating narratives that teach children valuable lessons and introduce them to significant facets of Islamic history and faith through her works, such as "Abraha and His Army of Elephants.