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Islamic Will and Testament By Muhammad Bin Mustafa al-Jibaly

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9781891229770
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Author:
Muhammad Bin Mustafa al-Jibaly
Binding:
Softcover
Pages:
22 & Booklet pomphalet
Size:
5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year:
2012
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Islamic Will and Testament By Muhammad Bin Mustafa al-Jibaly
ISBN: 9781891229770
Author: Muhammad Bin Mustafa al-Jibaly
Binding: Softcover
Pages: 22 & Booklet pomphalet
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication 2012
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About This Book:
"Islamic Will and Testament" by Muhammad Bin Mustafa al-Jibaly is a must-read for Muslims who want to fulfill a basic Islamic duty: creating a legally sound and Islamic will. This book provides detailed insights into the Islamic concepts and practicalities of will-making, assisting readers in understanding the significance of this document and how to guarantee their possessions are dispersed in accordance with Islamic norms upon their death.
The Importance of Islamic Will
Begin your trip by learning about the significance of an Islamic will in the life of a Muslim. Recognize its role in ensuring that money is allocated in accordance with Islamic values.
Understanding Islamic Succession
Investigate Islamic inheritance norms. Learn how the Quran and Hadith provide guidelines on how to transfer assets and riches in a fair and Islamic manner among heirs and beneficiaries.
Making an Islamic Will
Investigate the methods and rules for making an Islamic will. Learn what to include, how to structure the paperwork, and how to select an executor to manage the allocation of your assets.
Defining Your Desires
Learn how to express your desires and provide comprehensive directions for asset distribution. Understand how to avoid conflicts and make your intentions clear.
Making Your Islamic Will
Consider how crucial it is to finalize your Islamic will in accordance with Islamic law. Learn about the document's legal implications, as well as the necessity for witnesses and validation.

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