Author: Dr. Ali Muhammad Muhammad As-Sallaabeeo
Pages: 3941 Pages For Al Books
Size: 8.8 x 5.6 Inches
Publication Year: 8.8 x 5.6 Inches
About This Book:
Dr. Ali Muhammad As-Sallaabee's "Biography of the Four Caliphs of Islam" is a huge and thorough examination of the existence of the initial four Caliphs who succeeded Prophet Muhammad. This complete series takes perusers on a top to bottom and carefully explored trip through the existences of Abu Bakr, Umar ibn al-Khattab, Uthman ibn Affan, and Ali ibn Abi Talib - the popular pioneers who assumed vital parts in the early foundation and spread of the Islamic Ummah.
Historical Epics Unveiled:
Dr. As-Sallaabee deliberately uncovers the four Caliphs' verifiable legends, attracting bona fide sources to offer a striking and precise image of their lives, temperances, issues, and commitments to Islam. This comprehensive assortment goes about as a fundamental connection, connecting perusers to the significant occasions that formed the juvenile Muslim people group.
Every volume in the series winds around an extensive historical representation of one of the Caliphs, catching the substance of their characters, the insight of their authority, and the tremendous effect they had on the Islamic world. The writer's narrating ability rejuvenates verifiable records, making the qualities of these renowned figures recognizable to perusers.
Dr. As-Sallaabee's work is precise and solid since it depends on bona fide Islamic sources like Quranic sections, Hadiths, and authentic reports. As a result of the thorough review and scholarly methodology, this set isn't just an enlightening story but additionally a dependable asset for understudies of Islamic history.