Bilal Bin Rabah (The Muadhdhin Caller To Prayer) By Abdul Basit Ahmad
Author: Abdul Basit Ahmad
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2004
About This Book:
The charming and educational book "Bilal Bin Rabah (The Muadhdhin Caller To Prayer)" by Abdul Basit Ahmad subtleties the phenomenal existence of Bilal Receptacle Rabah, a regarded figure in Islamic history. Perusers can learn about Bilal's life, confidence, and significant situation in the early Islamic people group in this skillfully explored and delightfully composed book.
The story, set in seventh-century Arabia, accepts you through Bilal's childhood as a slave, his transformation to Islam, and his resolute adherence to confidence. His life is a living illustration of how confidence can change individuals and how the human soul can defeat difficulty.
Bilal's life is masterfully investigated by Abdul Basit Ahmad, who underscores his significant love and commitment for the Prophet Muhammad (harmony arrive) and his vital situation as the principal Muadhdhin, or guest of petition, in Islamic history. Early Medina's roads would resonate with the strong and melodic voice of Bilal, bringing individuals to supplication and signifying the fortitude of the Muslim people group.
The creator illustrates the troubles that Bilal and the early Muslims experienced as they acknowledged their confidence and endured even mistreatment through a thorough examination and an intensive comprehension of Islamic history. The profound impacts of Bilal's persevering confidence, strength, and unfazed dedication to equity will become more clear to perusers.