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The Book of Assistance by Imam Al-Haddad

The Book of Assistance by Imam Al-Haddad

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Introduction
1
On
CertaintY
2
Onlntention
3
On
Vigilance
4
On
theInner
and
the
Outer
Self
5
On
RegularDevotions
6
On
Recitingthe
Qur'5n
7
OnAcquiring
Knowledge
8
On
Remembrance
9
On
Reflection
10
OnFollowing
the
Book
and
Sunna
t
1
On
Doctrine
12
On
Religious
Obligations
13
On
Cleanliness
14
OnFollowing
the
Sunna
15
On
Conductin
Mosques
16
On
the
Ritual
PraYer
17
On
PraYer
in
Congregation
18
On
Zakat
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On
Fasting
20
On
Pilgrimage
21
On
ScruPulousness
22
On
Enjoining
Good
and
Forbidding
Evil
23
On
Social
Duties
24
On
Kindness
and
CharitY
25
On
Counsel
26
On
Salutationsand
a
Salutary
Opinion
27
On
RePentance,HoPeand
Fear
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On
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ConclusionTranslator'sNotes
Glossary
TRAN
SLATOR'S
PREFACE
The
Messenger
of God, may
blessings and
peacebe
upon
him
and
upon his
family,
prophesied
that
in
every century God
would
raise
up amongst
his
nation
a
man
who
would
renewits
religion.
Imim
'Abdalleh
al-Haddad was
the
renewer,
orMujaddid,
of
the
twelfth
Islamic
century.
He
was renowned,and
deservedlyso,
for
the breadth
of
his knowledge
and
his
manifest
sanctity.
The
profundity
of
his
influenceon
Muslims
is
reflected
by
the fact that his
books
are
still
in
printthrough-out
theIslamic
world.
He
was
bornin Tarrm, in
the
hills ofHadramaut,
one
of the
southerly
regions
of
the
Arabian
peninsula,
and
grew
up
in
an
environment
wherethe
accent was
upon piety,
frugality,
eru-
dition,
and
an
uncompromisingthirstfor
gnosis
fma'rifal.Hrs
lineage
is
traced back
to
the
Prophet,may
blessings and
peace
be
upon
him,
and
his
family,
throughImam
al-Husayn. His
illustrious
ancestors,
the
'Alawi
sadat,
had
for
centuries
pro-
duced
generation after generation
ofgreat
scholars, gnostics,and
summoners
to
the Straight
Path.
Imim
al-Haddid's
writings,
if
we
except
a
fewshort
trea-
tises, and
his volume
of
poetry,
are
mostly
concerned
with
establishing
within
his
readers
the
firmest
possible
foun-
dations
for
faith
and
certainty. He
recognisedthe signs
of
his
times,
and
of
the
times
to
come,
andobserved
how
people
were
drawing
away
from
religion,exhibiting
a
reluctance
tostudy
and
a
diminishing inclinationto
seek
spiritual growth.
He therefore
endeavoured
to
produce
concise, clear,
and
un-
controversial
texts.
His
concern
for
brevity
is
manifest
throughout
his
books,
many
of
which
are
abbreviated
adap-
tations
ofImim
al-Ghazali's
monumental
Reuival
of the
Re-
ligious
Sciences
llhyo'
'Ulnm
al-Drn).
Ghazili
had
himself
been
therenewer
of
the
sixth
century.
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