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The variety of issues addresses - from the spiritual aspects of Fiqh and 'Aqaid to the practical aspects of history, politics and society - make the book one that will appeal to a range of interests. This integration is intentional as the writer tries to show how all the subjects inevitably connect to the one unifying foundation concept of Tawhid.
Dr. Datoo uses various reliable sources, including the Qur'an and ahadith to support his writing. There are plenty of explanatory notes, introductions and sub-sections that make the essays easy to both read and understand.
A key factor that makes this book attractive is that the essays can be read individually and each one stands alone - which means that it is perfect for those who don't have time for dedicated reading or who prefer to read 'on the go'.
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In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent and the Most Merciful.
I would like to start off by thanking Allah (SWT) for granting me this opportunity to embark upon this trip of a lifetime.
Qur’anic verses and historical documents reveal that the land of Fadak situated near the Fort of Khaibar, formerly belonging to the Jews, was the personal property of the Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h). It was neither a government property owned by the treasury nor was it war booty. The seventh verse of Surah Hashr, explains the point in detail: