The Position of the Mumin at Times of Fitnah By Abdul Azeez bin Abdillah Bin Baaz
Author: Abdul Azeez bin Abdillah Bin Baaz
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication year: 2010
About This Book:
"The Position of the Mumin in Times of Fitnah" by Abdul Azeez bin Abdullah Bin Baaz is a timely and thought-provoking discussion of a believer's (Mumin's) duty and responsibilities in times of turbulence and suffering (Fitnah). Sheikh Abdul Azeez Bin Baaz, a famous Islamic scholar, shares significant insights into how a loyal Muslim should face the problems of a world racked by turbulence and moral upheaval in this insightful book.
Key characteristics include:
The book opens with a thorough explanation of the idea of Fitnah in Islam. It delves into the numerous aspects of Fitnah, from social and political upheavals to moral and ethical quandaries.
Sheikh Abdul Azeez Bin Baaz explores the spiritual endurance and constancy that Muslims must build during times of Fitnah. He provides advice on how to retain unshakeable faith and virtue in the face of adversity.
Moral and Ethical Compass:
The book functions as a moral and ethical compass, educating readers on how to uphold Islamic beliefs, ethics, and principles even while the world around them is in upheaval.
Community and Society:
It discusses Muslims' responsibilities within their communities and societies during Fitnah, emphasizing the significance of unity, empathy, and cooperation among believers.
Role of Leadership:
Sheikh Bin Baaz examines the role of leaders and academics in guiding the Ummah (Muslim community) during difficult times, emphasizing their responsibility to provide moral and spiritual direction.