Explanation of the Hadith of Jibril About the Teaching of Islam By Abdul-Muhsin Ibn Hama Al-Abbad
Author: Abdul-Muhsin Ibn Hama Al-Abbad
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
"Explanation of Jibril's Hadith About the Teaching of Islam" by Abdul-Muhsin Ibn Hama Al-Abbad is an intensive and sharp investigation of one of Islamic practice's most significant hadiths. This book plunges into the Hadith of Jibril, as told by the heavenly messenger Gabriel, and gives a total outline of Islam's key standards. A recognized Islamic researcher, Abdul-Muhsin Ibn Hama Al-Abbad, presents a profound and exhaustive clarification of the various components of this essential hadith.
Introduction to the Hadith of Jibril
The prologue to Jibril's Hadith Al-Abbad starts with presenting Jibril's Hadith, underscoring its pertinence in Islamic writing and its situation as a compact yet complete summation of Islam's fundamental principles. The creator lays out the basis for completely exploring the hadith's parts and their profound consequences.
Islam's Three Pillars
This part centers around the primary portion of the hadith, which makes sense of Islam's five support points: confidence witness (Shahada), petition (Salah), good cause (Zakat), fasting (Sawm), and journey (Hajj). Al-Abbad makes sense of every support point exhaustively, looking at its importance and the capability it plays in a Muslim's profound way.
The Six Faith Pillars
Al-Abbad investigates the six mainstays of religion in the second segment of the hadith: faith in Allah, His holy messengers, His compositions, His couriers, the Day of Judgment, and heavenly preordainment. The writer expounds on the philosophical parts of every support point, giving perusers more full information on the crucial rules that support Islamic confidence.