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      The precept of Marrakech, by Ibn Taymiyyah (French/Arabic)
      The precept of Marrakech, by Ibn Taymiyyah (French/Arabic)
      The precept of Marrakech, by Ibn Taymiyyah (French/Arabic)

      The precept of Marrakech, by Ibn Taymiyyah (French/Arabic)

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      Discover Ibn Taymiyya's 'The Precept of Marrakesh', a crucial exploration of belief in the divine Names and Attributes, highlighting the importance of sound doctrine. A bilingual edition (vocalized French/Arabic), by Sébastien Massoun, augmented with remarks by Shaykh 'Abdu l-Aziz ar-Râjihi.

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        The precept of Marrakech

        Author: Ibn Taymiyya - Language: French/Arabic fully vocalized - Translation: Sébastien (Ayyoub) Massoun - Editions: Imam Malik

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        In the first centuries of Islam, while the countries of the Mashreq , and notably Iraq, saw the emergence of a multitude of misguided sects and thus suffered the evils of their erroneous beliefs, the Maghreb remained faithful to the creed of the first generations of Muslims. . 

        Shaykh Mubārak al-Mīlī also wrote: “The inhabitants of the Maghreb were walking on the path of the Ancients before Ibn Tūmart (died in 524 A.H.) traveled towards the Mashreq and did not fail to provoke on his return a political, scientific and religious upheaval. He adhered to the way of al-Ash'arī , defended it, then named the Almoravids who adhered to the belief of the Ancients: Anthropomorphist . This overthrow took place under the rule of [his disciple] 'Abdu l-Mumin , the Ashā'irah therefore triumphed in the Maghreb. » New doctrines coming from various philosophical trends then opposed the healthy belief that reigned in the Maghreb, particularly in the area of divine Names and Attributes. This is how we find two men from the city of Marrakech debating on this subject. The first affirms that it is not appropriate to establish research on this theme, that this is detestable because the individual who recognizes these divine qualities is an anthropomorphist who equates the Creator with creatures. As for the second, he assures that it is obligatory to recognize the Attributes of Allah as well as His elevation above the Throne since He described Himself in this way. Who is right ? Who's wrong ? In what way should we believe in the divine Names and Attributes ? Is Allah really exalted above the heavens? If so, what is the evidence? This is the summary of the question that they decided to send to Ibn Taymiyyah , who responded as usual in a presentation rich in textual and rational arguments, which he supported with the words of the great scholars of Islam of all persuasions. Hanafites, Malikites, Shafiites or Hanbalites.

        This book is supplemented by beneficial remarks extracted from the commentary of the noble shaykh 'Abdu l-Aziz ar-Râjihi

        IMAM MALIK - ALBAYYINAH DIFFUSION
        9782954934372

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        Ibn Taymiyya
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        2023
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