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Syrian Muslim Scholars Books LLC

Syrian Muslim Scholars

Books LLC

Published 2010
ISBN : 9781158507764
26 pages
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Chapters: Jawdat Said, Ibn Kathir, Rashid Rida, Khaled Al-Atassi, Abdul Razzaq Al-Halabi. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can selectMoreChapters: Jawdat Said, Ibn Kathir, Rashid Rida, Khaled Al-Atassi, Abdul Razzaq Al-Halabi. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Jawdat Said (Arabic: ) (born 1931) is an Islamic scholar, who belongs to the School of the famous Islamic thinkers professor Malek Bennabi and Muhammad Iqbal. Said was born in the village of Bir Ajam in the governorate of Quneitra in the Golan Heights in Syria. He completed his primary education in the city of Quneitra, then his father sent him to continue his studies in Egypt (Al Azhar) in 1946, where he complete the secondary studies. He studied in the Faculty of Arabic Language, and got a degree in Arabic language. On 1956 he encountered Professor Malek Bennabi in the last stages of his presence in Egypt through the book ((rebirth)). He immediately felt that Malik has something different, soon he had the opportunity to meeting him personally before leaving Egypt for good. Said left Cairo for Saudi Arabia, where he lived almost a year, during which the birth of the United Arab Republic by the union between Syria and Egypt came into existence. Said then returned to Syria (known then as the Northern Region of the United Arab Republic) to complete military service- while he was in the army, the separation of the union took place. While everyone complied with the orders given by commanders in the military, he clearly opposed to participate in any military actions against the Union, leading officials to prompt him to the detention under office arrest, and did not leave until after the end of the matter. He finished military service and was appointed to be a teacher at Damascus high schools of Arabic language. No sooner had he started, he was arrested for his intellectual activity. Despite repeated arrests and the issuance of...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=786819