Al Hasan & Al Hussein By Mohammad Redha

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Al Hasan & Al Hussein By Mohammad Redha
ISBN: 9782745125682
Author: Mohammad Redha
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 171
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication 1999
About This Book:
"Al Hasan & Al Hussein" by Mohammad Redha is an in-depth examination of the lives and significance of two venerated people in Islam, Hasan and Hussein, the Prophet Muhammad's grandsons. Redha digs into the rich history of early Islam in this book, illustrating the legacy of these two outstanding personalities.
An Introduction to Early Islam
The book begins with a brief but comprehensive account of early Islamic history. The life and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad, the formative period of Islam, and the development of major people who played pivotal roles in forming the Muslim community are all introduced to readers.
Hasan and Hussein's Lives
This chapter is the book's core, telling the riveting story of Hasan and Hussein from their youth until their martyrdom. Redha's story is based on a wide range of sources, including historical documents, religious writings, and oral traditions. The author develops a vivid portrayal of these two figures via rigorous research and storytelling, exploring their complicated personalities and the problems they encountered.
The Importance of Martyrdom
Redha digs into the historical significance of Hasan and Hussein's martyrdom. He contends that their sacrifice was not just a watershed moment in Muslim history, but also a source of inspiration for Muslims throughout history. The chapter explains the long-term impact of their fight for justice and persistent dedication to Islamic ideals.
Today's Relevance
This section considers Hasan and Hussein's legacy's continuing relevance in modern times. It emphasizes how their lives and sacrifices continue to inspire Muslims around the world, as well as their eternal relevance as symbols of morality and justice.

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