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Al Amaali - The Dictations of Sheikh al-Mufid

Posted on Mon, 2015-02-02 13:08

Despite his great wisdom and fame as a leading scholar and revolutionary of thought in the history of the school of Tashayyu, few written works of Sheikh al-Mufid have survived the years.

One of his most famous works that has reached us is Al Amaali - a collection of talks that he gave over 8 years during the month of Ramadhan.  Covering 42 sessions with his students, this book addresses a variety of issues important for any Muslim seeking to understand and appreciate his or her faith on a deeper level.

From akhlaq to aqaid, fiqh to philosophy, Al Amaali is filled with traditions and anecdotes that refresh the soul. A must-have for every household, you can get your hard copy from The World Federation Bookshop for £6.00 or download the e-book version onto your mobile reader from here for just £0.99.


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