The Reality of Tamerlane the Great- Part 1 hqyqt tymwrlnk alzym- aljz alawl [NOOK Book]


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The Reality of Tamerlane the Great- Part 1 hqyqt tymwrlnk alzym- aljz alawl

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- هل تيمورلنك رجل عظيم كما يدّعي أقوام ما وراء النهر ومصلح للعالم الإسلامي!. أم هو قاهر العالم بالطغيان والبغي والقتل والتحريق!...
- كيف يذكره أقوام ما وراء النهر ويصلّون عليه كما يصلّون على الأنبياء، وفي البلاد العربية فهو مذموم على كلّ لسان!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044538382
  • Publisher:
  • Publication date: 5/16/2013
  • Language: Arabic
  • Series: Reality of Tamerlane , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 852,697
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

The humane Eminent Scholar Mohammad Amin Sheikho (His soul has been sanctified by Al’lah)(1890-1964)His full moon appeared over Damascus in the year 1890.He completed his studies when he became eighteen years old. He graduated in the rank of security officer.He faced storms of criminals in his work with courage and boldness, and he besieged many guerrillas and arrested their leaders. All his works were crowned in victory and support until he was surnamed ‘Aslan’, meaning ‘the lion’.After he became forty years old:His sanctified assemblies were distinguished by charming and unique revelation in perfect and plain meanings, and complete presence of reality. His words used to hit the target and fall cool and peaceful in the hearts of the listeners, as a light that bewitched them to free their spirits to soar very high.Why are we created?What is this universe for?What is the use of religious rituals?What is hunger for, followed by eating in Ramadan?What is the output and benefit of prayer?Why do pilgrimage to a waterless and treeless desert?Why were we brought into existence?Where were we?What is death for? And what is really after it?What is the spirit?What is the soul?What is the mind?What is paradise?What is hell?What about the problem of fate?What is the pre-material world (the world of spirits)?On the year 1953, the great philosopher Sir John Godolphin Bennett had come to meet him, and wrote one book about this great meeting called (Journeys in Islamic Countries).He spent a valuable life full of knowledge of God, which the heart does not feel safe without, and without which humankind won’t achieve happiness until he joined the highest Comrade in the first days of Rabi’ Thani in the year 1964.
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