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    Abdurraghiem Hasan Sallie

ISBN: 978-0-620-31112-0

The Supernatural: Fact or Fiction in Islam?

by: Abdurraghiem Hasan Sallie

Islam places serious emphasis on the belief in what God (Allah) decrees. So when man is afflicted with calamities or has important decisions to make in life, who or what does he turn to?

In today’s world where the use of fortune-tellers, sorcery, grave worshipping and witchcraft are so widespread, the author provides an insight into the clear direction Islam takes when it comes to using such avenues in one’s daily existence.

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As a Faqih, Shaykh Abdurraghiem authored 30 books on various aspects of Islam such as Tauhid, Salaah, Zakah, Fasting, Hajj (from the viewpoint of all four major Schools of Thought), Maintenance and Child-care in Islam, Islamic Jurisprudence and Muslim Personal Law; including Marriage, Divorce and Inheritance. Four of his publications are endorsed by Egypt’s Al-Azhar University. These are; The Comparative Study of Inheritance in Islam (376 pages), A Journey Through the World of Belief – A Book on Tauhid / Monotheism (377 pages), The Supernatural: Fact or fiction in Islam (96 pages) and The Laws pertaining to Mosques in Islam (176 pages). Shaykh Abdurraghiem’s final book published in his lifetime took seven years of research and writing. The Evolution of Islamic Legislation Volume One is a 606-page in-depth study of the development of the Shari’ah through the first three periods in Islamic history. Volume Two covering the fourth, fifth and sixth was unfortunately not realised. Shaykh Abdurraghiem sadly did not live to see a final book – to which he painstakingly dedicated his last few years – published. This book, A Beginner Journey through the World of Islam is in its final stages of editing.
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Overview

Islam places serious emphasis on the belief in what God (Allah) decrees. So when man is afflicted with calamities or has important decisions to make in life, who or what does he turn to?

In today’s world where the use of fortune-tellers, sorcery, grave worshipping and witchcraft are so widespread, the author provides an insight into the clear direction Islam takes when it comes to using such avenues in one’s daily existence.

This is in terms of the choices we make and the beliefs or superstitions we almost deem as fact. In doing so we deviate from the Qur’an and the Sunnah (traditions of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ). The power of prayer to Allah alone, the knowledge of the unseen and astrology are among the issues explored in this 96-page publication. Abdurraghiem Hasan Sallie, a leading Muslim scholar in South Africa, dispels the avenues of the supernatural that govern some people’s lives.

Excerpt

The person who frequents the sorcerer to have his life sorted out is like a drug addict who craves for the next fix to obliterate reality while he is on a high. This is when his muddled brain is so confused that he believes anything that is related to him. This is the time when his senses wave him goodbye and he willingly indulges in black arts. My mission is to warn my Muslim brothers and sisters that those who indulge in the supernatural, for whatever reason, and feel pleased with themselves, could in some cases find themselves outside the fold of Islam. For a Muslim, this is a very serious indictment. It is like being condemned to Eternal Hell”

Details

ISBN: 978-0-620-31112-0
Publisher: Red Kufi Books
Publish Date: 2003
Page Count: 96

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