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Book of Assistance, Imam Al-Haddad (1634-1720)
This book is highly recommended and covers the practical steps towards getting closer to Allah. The author did a great service to the Muslims by writing such a useful book, may Allah be pleased with him and his fathers and children. It covers the basic practices one must take on, by spiritual struggle, in a clear and concise manner, as was the style of Imam al-Haddad. The translation is eloquent and fairly accurate, giving a good feel for the Arabic original. It is an essential book for any English speaking Muslim. via Rusi, Amazon
Professor Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas
A prominent contemporary Muslim thinker. He is one of the few contemporary scholars who is thoroughly rooted in the traditional Islamic sciences and who is equally competent in theology, philosophy, metaphysics, history, and literature. His thought is integrated, multifaceted and creative. Al-Attas’ philosophy and methodology of education have one goal: Islamization of the mind, body and soul and its effects on the personal and collective life on Muslims as well as others, including the spiritual and physical non-human environment. He is the author of twenty-seven authoritative works on various aspects of Islamic thought and civilization, particularly on Sufism, cosmology, metaphysics, philosophy and Malay language and literature.
Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad @ Professor TJ Winter
Britain’s most influential Muslim. The theologian is considered more significant within Islam than Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. It was the sight of peach juice dripping from the chin of a teenage French female nudist that led a Cambridgeshire public schoolboy to convert to Islam. The hitherto unnoticed Mr Winter, who has an office in Cambridge University’s Divinity Faculty, where he is the Shaykh Zayed Lecturer of Islamic Studies, has been listed ahead of the presidents of Iran and Egypt, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, and the chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organisation, Mahmoud Abbas. “Strange bedfellows,” he concedes. – adapted from The Independent
Habib Ali Al-Jifri
He took knowledge through the unbroken chains of transmission from the great scholars and savants of the Muslim Community and took licenses to teach and disseminate (Ijaza) from more than 300 masters in the different sciences and paths of spiritual education from different countries in the Muslim world. He is the Founder and General Director of the Tabah Foundation in the UAE, Member of the Board of Directors of Dar al-Mustafa for Islamic Studies in Tareem, and a lecturer therein. – source, Dar Al Faqih publishing.
Becoming Muslim by Shaykh Nuh Ha Mim Keller
Few things have moved so many, for so long, and so powerfully, as the need for God. This is the story of a young American Catholic university student who became a Muslim interpreter in the Middle East. A spiritual odyssey of philosophical readings, working at sea, and traveling abroad, it is above all an encounter with people, from weathered fishermen, to worldly professors, to veiled women in Egypt. In a world in which men are deemed bound by their earliest enculturation, it tells the unforgettable tale of a one man’s farewell to Christianity, passage through atheism, and finding of the Divine Reality in an Arabic revelation sent down in Mecca fourteen centuries ago. – via Good Reads