The Guiding Helper is a practical guide to the Din that the Prophet Muhammad (May Allah bless him and give him peace) brought.The Guiding Helper is based on a famous metered verse song written by a scholar named Ahmad ibn 'Ali ibn 'Abd al-Wahid ibn 'Ashir born in Spain and raised in Fez, Morocco about seven hundred years ago. This scholar divided his song into three books: (1) one about Islamic beliefs, (2) one about Islamic law, and (3) one about Islamic spirituality. He based the first book on a famous text of beliefs called The Mother of Proofs for the Tenets of Belief written by Muhammad ibn Yusuf al-Sunusi al-Husayni. He based his second book on a renown text of Maliki law called The Concise Text written by Khalil Ibn Ishaq ibn Ya'qub. He based his third book on a popular text on spirituality called The Letter of Qushayri written by 'Abd al-Karim al-Qushayri.The Maliki Fiqh is used to describe the practices of Islam.27:1043 aquot;Else, shea#39;ll have to make up the fast, aquot; the scholars say1684. ... is that person is not travelling away from his home more than forty-eight miles (77.3 kilometers) with the intention of staying at his current location for less than four days.
|Title||:||The Guiding Helper: Main Text and Explanatory Notes|
|Author||:||Abu Qanit al-Sharif al-Hasani|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-11-24|