Islam, its basic practices and beliefs

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Author: Abdalhaqq Bewley
Publisher: TaHa
Year: 2008
Pages: 274
Printed: United Kingdom
ISBN: 978-1-84200-088-5
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: New
Weight: 382gr.
Description from the publisher: Using as a Framework the most famous and authentic of all the classical definitions of Islam – the Jibril hadith – the author takes the reader step by step through all the basic practices and beliefs which make up the daily lives of every Muslim, giving a picture of Islam that is both completely traditional and also excitingly contemporary.
The Five Pillars of Islam:
The Six Fundamentals of Iman (Faith):
The Stages of the Self: ( this part is often ignored by many but it is the vital part of the Hadith)

An-Nafs al-‘Amara: the insinuating self An-Nafs al-Lawwama:the self-reproaching self An-Nafs al-Mulhama: the inspired self An-Nafs al-Mutma’inna: the self at peace

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