Ýbn-i Rüþd Nihayetü'lMuktesid / Ebü'l-Velid Muhammed b. ahmed b. ahmed el-Kurtubi ibn Rüsd,520/1126 ; çev. Sallak-Adnan Ali (thk) ; Mar'asli-yusuf Abdurrahman. http://www.yesevi.org/tdbm/bibliyografya/ibnirusd.html
Islamic Resources As The Interpretation of the meaning of The Holy Quran in PDF By yusuf Ali; Foundationsof the Sunnah by Imaam ahmed ibn Hambal; The Virtues of the Qur'an by http://www.aliasoft.com/resources/
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IÇINDEKILER 2) Abu yusuf Ya'kub b. Ishak alKindi. 3) Abu Osman Amr b. Bahr al-Cahiz. 5) Abu Aliel-Husayn b. Abd Allah ibn Sina. 6) Abu'l-Rayhan Muhammad b. ahmed al-Biruni. http://www.ilhanarsel.org/Aydin_ve_Aydin/
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Extractions: young Muslims suffer today from parental displeasure at occupying oneself in acquiring the sacred knowledge of Islam, at the detriment of ones secular studies or in pursuing a career. Imam Abu Yusuf rahmatullahi alaihi had a great passion for studying at a young age, however his father wanted his son to occupy himself in mastering some trade in order to make ends meet. The Imam followed his fathers wishes, but as soon as he was free of his days work he would scurry along to the circles of learning of the scholars. At first, as the Imam puts it: I would go to the scholar Ibn Abi Layla rahmatullahi alaihi, who recognised my potential, however when some issue would arise he would get it solved by Imam Abu Hanifah rahmatullahi alaihi. Because of this, deep down in my heart I wanted to study with the Imam and benefit from him, but hurting the feelings of Ibn Abi Layla rahmatullahi alaihi prevented me. Eventually, I did start to frequent the circles of Abu Hanifah rahmatullahi alaihi; Once when I was present in his circle, my father appeared and forcibly escorted me back home with him. At home he explained, Son! Allah has made Abu Hanifah rahmatullahi alaih content about his livelihood, he is wealthy and rich - you are poor and needy, why do you wish to be like him? You should worry about gaining a livelihood.
Extractions: IMAAMAHMAD (R.A) See also the Biography of the Last Prophet: Prophet Muhammad Imaam Abu Abdullah; Imaam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal (R.A) was born in Baghdad, where a great number of scholars and muhadditheen were present. Imaam Ahmad (R.A) traveled far and wide in order to acquire knowledge. During the period of acquiring knowledge Imaam Ahmad (R.A) made every effort to practice upon every prophetic tradition. Imaam Ahmad (R.A) was well known for his God-fearing and abstinent ways, for these reasons he was top-rated amongst the great people of his time. Amongst Imaam Ahmad's (R.A) literary works Kitaabul-Musnad (Musnade-Ahmad) is the most popular. A total number of 40 000 Ahaadeeth have been recorded. NAME AND GENEALOGY: Imaam Ahmed Ibn Muhammad Ibn Hanbal Ibn Hilaal Ibn Asad Ibn Idrees Ibn Abdullah Ibn Hayyaan Ibn Abdullah Ibn Anas. RENOWNED ADDRESS / OTHER NAMES: Imaam Abu Abdullah. YEAR AND PLACE OF BIRTH: During the month of Rabi-ul-Awwal 164 A.H, Imaam Ahmad (R.A) was born in Baghdad. Following a short while after his birth, Imaam Ahmad (R.A) Ibn Hanbals father took leave from this world. Imaam Ahmad (R.A) himself has reported, "Neither have I seen my father, nor my grandfather. My mother brought me up." ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE: During his childhood days Imaam Ahmad (R.A) acquired basic teachings at a
Extractions: Kýþlada Evranosoðlu Ahmed adýnda bir komutan vardýr ki tam bir liderdir. Kara yaðýz, heybetli bir adamdýr. Hani dað gibi derler ya, iþte öyle. Gözleri çakmak çakmaktýr, sesi yýldýrýmlarý andýrýr. Her silahý maharetle kullanýr ve tam bir kurmaydýr. Vezirler ardýnca yürür, paþalar selâma durur.
Bahrain Government Homepage Abdul Aziz Bin ahmed Bin Rizq who was born in 1209H grandfather that the latter studiedunder Shaikh yusuf Bin Azzaz and the grandson of the father of ibn Azzaz http://www.bahrain.gov.bh/english/bahrain/books/ages2/Chapter7_5.asp
Extractions: Chapter Seven: SHAIKH AHMED AL FATEH...Cont. AHMED IBN RIZQ From all this we deduce that Ahmed Bin Rizq was born around 1150 H and his date of passing is confirmed as 1224 H 173 . He lived to a ripe age of 74 and hence at the time of his migrating there Kuwait had recently been inhabited. The Banu Ataba lived there who were linked to Anaza Bin Asad though it was not a direct matrilineal or patrilineal relationship which bound them. It was a more broad based genealogy. Such a supposition is well-based. When the father of Rizq came to Kuwait the Bani Ataba were headed by Shaikh Abdulla Bin Sabah and being indigent had to borrow from the ruler three dinars. The ruler most probably was Shaikh Abdulla Bin Sabah and Rizq invested his borrowed three dinars in pearl trade. It proved auspicious and he made a profit of 300 dinars. He, thereupon, married Ahmed's mother and Ahmed was probably born in Kuwait in 1188 H/1774.Rizq then migrated to AI Hasa. The concerned texts yield the following inferences. Almost all histories of Kuwait are agreed that Shaikh Sabah Bin Jaber died in 1190 H/1776. If we reckon his age to be 80 his date of birth would be 1110 H/1698. While living in Kuwait his age would around ten years which cannot be correct.
History Of Muslim Philosophy Online 27 ibn Tufail by Bakhtyar Husain Siddiqi; Chapter 28 ibn Rushd by ahmed Fouad El Chapter34 Abu Hanifah and Abu yusuf by Abul Ala Maudoodi; Chapter 35 Al http://www.muslimphilosophy.com/hmp/default.htm
Extractions: A History of Muslim Philosophy With short accounts of other Disciplines and the Modern Renaissance in the Muslim Lands Edited and Introduced by M. M. SHARIF Director of the Institute of Islamic Culture, Lahore Pakistan Published by Pakistan Philosophical Congress Presented in PDF format in Full and complete. Volume 1 Book One Pre-Islamic Philosophical thought Book Two Advent of Islam Fundamental Teachings of the Qur'an Chapter 7 Philosophical Teachings of the Qur'an by M. M. Sharif
A Celebration Of Women Writers: ARAB WRITERS Afkhami, Mahnaz (fl.2002); ahmed, Leila (1940); Ajami, Jocelyn M. (fl.2000); Amara,Lamia Abbas (1927-); Annaghrila, Qasmuna bint Isma'il ibn yusuf ibn (fl.1050); http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/_generate/ARAB.html
Extractions: ARAB WRITERS 'Allush, Laila (fl.2000) 'Aziz, Malak 'Abdel (1923-) Abbad, Afira bint [aka Ashshamus] (fl. 3rd c. CE) Abbad, Buthaina bint al-Mu'tamid ibn (1070-) Abdelsattar Aly, Dr. Fawzeya Abi-Nader, Elmaz (fl.2000) Ablan, Hoda Abu Zayd, Layla (1950-) Abu-Jaber, Diana Abu-Khalid, Fawziyya Abu-Risha, Zulaykha (fl.2000) Addibabiyya, Juhaifa Addumainiyya, Umaima (fl.747) Adnan, Etel Afkhami, Mahnaz (fl.2002) Ahmed, Leila Ajami, Jocelyn M. (fl.2000) Al Qalamawi, Sohir Al Saied, Amina [aka Amina Said] ( Al Youssef, Rose al-'Adawiyya, Rabi'a [aka Rabi'a the Mystic] ( ca.717-ca.802 al-'Akhyaliyya, Layla al-Aadiyya, Mahd (4000 BCE) al-Aamiriyya, Laila bint Sa'd (-688) al-Ajlaniyya, Umm al-Ward [aka Juml] Al-Ashmawi, Fawzia (fl.1980) al-Aziz, Amat (fl.12th c.) al-Baghdadiyya, Aasiya (fl.830) al-Baghdadiyya, Safiyya (fl.12th c.) al-Bahiliyya, Safiyya bint Khalid al-Bajjaniyya, Ghassaniyya (fl.11th c.) al-Dimirdash, Qut al-Qulub (1898-1968) al-Ghanim, Noujoum (fl.2000) al-Gharnatiyya, Nazhun (-1100) al-Ghazali, Zaynab More Information More Information al-Hanzaliyya, Thawab bint Abdullah al-Himyari, Umm Assa'd bint Isam (-1243)
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AHMED KEMAL PAÞA ZADE HAZRETLERÝ Annesi, ibni Küpelinin kizi yusuf Sinaneddin hazretlerinin yegenidir. KisladaEvranosoglu ahmed adinda bir komutan vardir ki tam bir liderdir http://www.huzuradogru.com/gonulsultanlari/alimler_ve_evliyalar/ahmetkemalpasaza
Extractions: Birgün, olacak bu ya İbn-i Kemâlpaşa'nın atı çamura saplanır. Hayvan bir gayretle çıkar, ama yanı başındaki sultanı çamura boyar. Mübârek mahçup olur. Yavuz "Üzülmeyin Efendim!" der, "Sizin atınızın ayağından sıçrayan çamur, bizim için şereftir!" Sonra Hasan Can'ın kulağına eğilir. "Vasiyyetim olsun!" buyurur "Bu çamurlu kaftan kabrimin üstüne serile!" Ve öyle de olur.
ISLAM ITIKADINDA EBU HANIFE'NIN TESIRI VE MIMAM Emin, ahmed, Zuhru'lIslâm, Kahire, 1962. ibn Kutluboga, Zeynüddin Ebu'l-AdlKasim, Tacü't-Teracim, Dubai,1992. Yavuz, yusuf Sevki, Maturidiyye http://www.yeniumit.com.tr/dergi/2002/temmuz-agustos-eylul/ebuhanife.html
Extractions: ÝSLAM ÝTÝKADINDA EBU HANÝFE'NÝN TESÝRÝ VE MÝMAM MATURÝDÝ Akif COÞKUN* Kelâm veya Akaid ilmi, konularý itibariyle en erken þekillenen Ýslâmî ilimlerdendir. Hz. Peygamber'in (s.a.s.) vefatýndan sonra meydana gelen bazý hâdiseler ve bu hâdiseler etrafýnda cereyan eden tartýþmalar, daha sonra Kelâm ilminin önemli mevzularý arasýna girmiþtir. Kesin bir tarih verilememekle beraber, daha hicrî 70'li yýllarda kelâmî konularýn tartýþýldýðý bilinmektedir (Van Ess, 401). Ýslâm Dini ilk yýllarýndan itibaren sürekli geliþerek kýsa zamanda geniþ bir coðrafyaya ulaþtý. Bu bölgelerde Hýristiyan, Yahudi, Sabiî, Mecûsî ve daha bir çok din mensubuna rastlanmaktaydý. Bu karþýlaþmalar neticesinde, safî Müslüman-Arap toplumu farklý insanlar, farklý anlayýþlar ve farklý hayat tarzlarýyla karþýlaþýyordu. Hz. Peygamber (s.a.s.), insanlar içinde olduðu müddetçe problemlerin çözümünde tek merci idi. Ýnsanlar O'nun varlýðý ile oluþan lâhutî atmosferde daha iyi kulluk yapmanýn yollarýný arýyorlardý. O'nun vefatýndan sonra problemlerin üstesinden gelme iþi ümmetin omuzlarýna biniyordu. Yeni karþýlaþýlan hâdiselere dinin esaslarý çerçevesinde çözümler üretmek, bir vazifelendirmeye ihtiyaç duymaksýzýn Kitap ve sünneti bilen insanlarýn birinci vazifesiydi. Ortaya konan ciddî düþünceler zamanla büyük kitlelere mal olmaya baþladý. Bu, çok tabiî bir geliþmeydi; çünkü Kitap ve sünneti herkesin ayný ölçüde anlama ve kavrama imkâný yoktu. Ýþte bu ilk dönemden itibaren ümmetin genel kabulüne mazhar olan büyük imamlar, Ehl-i Sünnet, Kur'ân yolu, Selef yolu (Topaloðlu, 9) denilen düþüncenin oluþumunu saðlamýþlardý. Burada bir çýrpýda söylediðimiz bu tekevvün için üç asýrlýk bir zamanýn yaþanmasý gerekmiþtir.
Extractions: The Prophet ( Sayyidinna Muhammad Rasulullah external link Sahaba(Companions) Amir ul-Mumineen Abu Bakr Amir ul-Mumineen Umar ibn al-Khatab al-Shahid Amir ul-Mumineen Uthman ibn 'Affan al-Shahid Amir ul-Mumineen Ali ibn Abu Talib al-Shahid Amir ul-Mumineen Hassan ibn Ali ibn Abu Talib Amir Hussain ibn Ali ibn Abu Talib al-Shahid Amir Abdullah ibn Zubair al-Shahid Abdullah Ibn Masud Salman al-Farsi Bilal Khalid al-Walid Uwais al-Qarni The Salaf: Al-Hassan al-Basri Imam Zain al-Abidin Imam Ja'far as-Sadiq Imam ul-Azam: Numan Abu Hanifa Al-Najm, Imam ul-Madina: Malik Ibn Anas Alim ul-Quraysh: Imam ul-Quraish Shafi' Imam Ahmed Ibn Hanbal Imam Abu Yusuf Abul Hasan `Ali ibn Isma`il ibn Bishr ibn Ishaq al-Ash`ari Qadi Shanun Ibn Sa'id Khalaf: The Rightous From Later Generations Junaid al-Baghadadi As-Shibli Hujjatul Islam: Imam Ahmed al-Ghazzali Moulay Abd al-Salam ibn Mashish Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya Sidi Ahmed az-Zuruq
Tips And Ideas ahmed ibn Tulun was sent to govern Cairo by the Abbasid good view of the Sultan Hassanand ibn Tulun Mosques Mosque, the 90meter deep Bir yusuf (Joseph's Well http://www.roadtoegypt.com/cairo_islamic_monuments.htm
Extractions: initial structure was quite simple; with walls bare of any plaster or decorations, but without niche (miharb), minaret or ground cover. It had two doors on the north and two others facing Amr's house. The mosque area remained unchanged until 672 AD (53 AH), when Musallama al-Ansari, Egypt's ruler on behalf of Caliph Mu'awiya Ibn abi-Sufian undertook expansion and renovation works for the mosque. Walls and ceilings were decorated and four compartments for "muezzins" (callers for prayers) were added at the corners, together with a minaret, while the mosque ground was covered with straw mats.