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Islamic Manners

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Written by one of the outstanding scholars of the 20th Century, Islamic Manners is a vital book that exemplifies the sublime Islamic personality. Shaykh Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah (1917-1997) was a leading scholar in the field of hadith and strove in not only narrating Prophetic traditions but also making them a living reality. This book discusses essential adab (manners) ...more
Published 2007 by Awakening
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Nov 09, 2012 Marcus rated it really liked it
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This book was fantastic. The opening chapters emphasising on how important our actions are, coming from the Muslim community especially this is often forgotten in the remembrance of Quran and such without implicating its teachings in our actions. I read this every couple of months just to increase my love of Islam and the beauty that the prophet Muhammad bestowed on the earth.
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May 29, 2007 Nora Alfaham rated it it was amazing
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A necessary book for any Muslim to learn basic manners (adaab) in their day to day lives, as taught and perfected by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The book includes sections about:

Importance of Appearance
Entering and Leaving a House
The Manners of Visiting
The Manners of Conversation
Social Manners
Dealing with non-Muslims
The Manners of Eating and Drinking
Weddings
Visiting a Sick Person
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A book we should all read and apply to ourselves... It is very inspiring and uplifting and a great reminder for Muslims to really try to live up to islam and the way of our prophet sal Allahu alayhi wa Salam
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1917-1997. Shaykh Abdul Fattah bin Muhammad bin Bashir bin Hasan Abu Ghuddah (ra) was born in the city of Aleppo in the north of Syria in the year 1917 (CE).

He studied at the Islamic Arab Institue in Aleppo, and then at the Khesrevia Madrassah (now known as Shari'ah Secondary school). He graduated in 1942. He continued his pursuit of knowledge at Al-Azhar, in Cairo, in the school of Shari'ah betw
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