Mashari al-Ashwaq ila Masari al-Ushaaq (The Book Of Jihad)

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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 6th January 2012 08:10
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Author: Ahmad Ibrahim Muhammad al-Dimashqi al-Dumyati

The author's full name was Ahmad Ibrahim Muhammad al-Dimashqi al-Dumyati, commonly known as Ibn an-Nuhaas (رحمه الله) and he died in the Year 814 Hijri, corresponding to the Year 1411 of the Gregorian calendar.

Al-Sakhawi (رحمه الله) said about him: "He was eager to do good, preferred living in obscurity and showed no arrogance or pride due to his knowledge. Whoever would see him would think that he was a commoner - a handsome man, with a beautiful beard, short and medium built. He spent most of his life stationed in Jihad until he died as a martyr."

Ibn al-Imad (رحمه الله) said about him: "The Sheikh, Imam, scholar and exemplar."

In 814 Hijri the Romans attacked the people of Teenah in Egypt. The people of Dumyat, led by Ibn an-Nuhaas went to join their brothers in their fight against the invading forces. Ibn an-Nuhaas was killed in the battle, whilst facing the enemy and not fleeing from them, nine months after he completed writing this book.

About The Book:

Sheikh Abdullah Azzam (رحمه الله) said about this book: "This is the best book on Jihad."

It is considered the most comprehensive study on the subject of Jihad because it was written by an author who practised, lived and experienced what he preached.

Syed Qutb (رحمه الله) said: "Indeed our words will remain lifeless, until we die in pursuit of those words, then those same words will be brought to life and live amongst the people, inspiring them and bringing their hearts to life."
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