La bibliothèque numérique kurde (BNK)
Retour au resultats
Imprimer cette page

Salah Ad-Din Al-Ayyubi (Saladin)


Éditeur : Dar Al-salam Date & Lieu : 2002, Cairo
Préface : Sheikh Said Hawwa Pages : 212
Traduction : Khalifa Ezzat Abu Zeid | Ælfwine Acelas Mischler ISBN : 977-342-070-1
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 210x297 mm
Code FIKP : 3550Thème : Histoire

Présentation
Table des Matières Introduction Identité PDF
Salah Ad-Din Al-Ayyubi (Saladin)

Foreword
By Sheikh Sald Hawwa

All praise be to Allah, and peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Messenger of Allah and his household.

The author did well in choosing to write about Salah Ad-Din's life for the following reasons:

1. The Muslim ununah (nation) urgently needs a person like the hero Salah Ad-Din in order to regain his epoch. Therefore, Muslims should search for one whose characteristics match those of Salah Ad-Din.
2. Jerusalem is undergoing a severe trial nowadays, so Muslims should read the history of their forefathers to realize how Jerusalem was liberated in order to liberate it again.
3. Our Muslim ummah has strayed from the straight path and deviated from the way of the exemplars. Thus, the ummah should search for those who set a good example and realize that Salah Ad-Din was one of those who had an ideal character over the passage of time.
4. Our ummah has ignored the way of jihad, which is the only way to liberate Palestine. Rather, it has indulged in lusts and sophism. So, it should be reminded with an extensive biography, and there is none better than that of Salah Ad-Din in this respect.

The author has done well in choosing to remember this ideal character. We hope also that the Muslim ummah will do well in seizing the means of obtaining victory. He also did well when he brought Sarah Ad-Din's biography to light because he had a great, singular character. Islam was the source of this ingenuity and the reason people loved him. Moreover, their trust in his character and the ummah's faith were other reasons for Jerusalem's liberation. This issue needs to be emphasized so that Muslim leaders find the true manner of leadership in current times…


Table des Matières

Contents

Foreword by Sheikh a'id Huwwa / 7
Preface to the Second and Third Editions / 11
Preface to the First Edition / 16

1- Salah Ad-Din's Family and Upbringing / 19
Lineage / 19
Birth / 20
Upbringing / 22
Education / 25

2- The Beginning of Salah Ad-Din's Rule / 28
Egypt during the Fatimid Rule / 28
Shawir As-Sa'di's Rebellion / 29
Second Stage of the Struggle over Egypt / 31
Last Stage of the Struggle over Egypt / 32
Analysis and Commentary / 33

3- Salah Ad-Din in Egypt / 34
Vizier for the Fatimid Caliph / 34
Ending Internal Conspiracies / 35
Eradicating External Plots / 39
Serrnon in the Name of the Abbasid Caliph / 41
Policy with Nur Ad-Din    / 43

4 - Salah Ad-Din in Syria / 46
Syria after Nur    Ad-Din / 46
Damascus Sends for Salah Ad-Din / 47
Salah Ad-Din in Damascus / 47
In Horns, Hamah and Aleppo / 51

5 - Countries United under His Mule / 59

6 - Crusaders' Plots and Wars / 65
What Were the Crusades? / 65
Reasons for the Crusade's / 65
First Crusade and Occupation of Jerusalem / 67
Reasons for the Crusaders' Victory / 69
Second Crusade: Prelude to Victory at Hattin / 70

7 - Salah Ad-Din's Victory in the Battle of Hattin / 72
Reasons for the Battle / 72
Battle of Hattin and Conquest of Jerusalem / 73
Salah Ad-Din's Treatment of the Crusaders / 84
Blockade of Acre and Third Crusade / 90
German Campaign / 91
French and English Armies / 92
Muslin] Resistance / 93
End of War / 95

8 - Salah Ad-Din's End    / 98

9 - Reasons for Victory over the Crusaders / 108
Fear of Allah and Avoiding the Prohibited / 110
Full Preparation and Extensive Concern / 116
Political Unity of Muslim Countries / 118
Aiming to Make Allah's Word Supreme / 119
Liberation was the Issue of Islam and Muslims / 122

10 - Palestine Yesterday and Today / 126
Decline in the Moral and Spiritual Side / 126
Differences, Quarrels and Disputes / 131
Interest in Word but Not in Deed / 133
Wrong Aim of War / 135
Just an Arab Issue / 141

11 - Salah Ad-Dints Characteristics /  149
Piety and Worship / 149
Justice and Mercy / 152
Courage and Perseverance / 154
Understanding and Forgiveness / 157
Chivalry and Magnanimity / 159
Love of Poetry and Literature / 167
Asceticism and Generosity / 170
Activity and Interest in Jihad / 173

12 - Reforms Achieved by Salah Ad-Din / 178
Construction Improvements / 178
Educational Reform / 182
Economic Reform / 186
Social Reform / 189
Religious Reform / 194
Final Word / 198
Praise by Prof. 'Abdul-Jabbar Ar-Rahbi / 203
References / 206




Fondation-Institut kurde de Paris © 2020
BIBLIOTHEQUE
Informations pratiques
Informations légales
PROJET
Historique
Partenaires
LISTE
Thèmes
Auteurs
Éditeurs
Langues
Revues