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Colonial and Post-Industrial Movements of Reform and Da’wah

Note: please read the beneficial footnotes too. Also, the word Islamist should be taken to mean “political activist”, whose methodological and ideological roots stem from socio-political situations, rather than being based upon clear motivations based upon the Islamic Creed. The … Continue reading

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Ibn Al-Jawzee (rahimahullah) on the history of Sufi thought, books and authors

Imaam Ibn Al-Jawzee (d. 597H, rahimahullah) said:“Then a group of people – i.e. from the Sufis – came and began to speak to them concerning hunger, poverty, whisperings and notions. And they authored books on these subjects, as was the … Continue reading

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