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  • Tac Tercemesi and Sherhi (5 Volumes)

    Tac Tercemesi and Sherhi (5 Volumes)

    • Mansur Ali Nazareth
    • Terceme: Associate Professor Abdulvehhab Ozturk
    • Shamua Paper, 3200
    • Page, 16x24 cm
    • Luxury Plastering Skin

    Tac Tercemesi and Sherhi

    The Qur'an cites the Lord (sallallahu against and sellem) as an example.

    Our Prophet, who was the first interlocutor and first practitioner of the Qur'an, gave us the best example by interpreting the divine laws and implementing them in the best way.

    He is an example in all things. The great example that the Qur'an offers us in this regard is the Prophet Muhammad of Allah (sallallahu against and sellem). There is a best example for those who believe in God and the Last Day for you in the Messenger of Allah, and remember God a greatly." (Ahzab 21)

    It is quite remarkable that the Prophet was not presented as an example, but presented as the most beautiful example/exponent. Because bad example has implications in human life. Therefore, the verse draw attention to the most beautiful example and with this expression, man is encouraged to be the most beautiful.

    Hadith science is the greatest and most useful knowledge of knowledge. Because it is about the circumcision of the Messenger and his verbal and actionful works. In this are the guidances of the people, and their happiness. It is the messenger who calls to the truth who is busy with it, and it is the lamp that leads to the truth, so that the Messenger of God will hear a hadith from me and let the face of the person who memorizes it and communicates it flow."

    The Tac hadiths collected five basic works: Bukhari, Muslim, Abu David, Tirmizî and Neseî hadiths, and did not miss any hadiths after throwing out the duplicates. This means that, in the words of Imam Nevevî, he has collected all the true hadiths. In fact, the author did not miss any hadiths, but also made various additions from Imam Malik's Muvatta, Ahmed bin Hanbel's Musned and Darakutnî's Sünen.

    This book was also written by the author. Because reading a bad hadith is like reciting a verse without interpretation. Thus, this risk is eliminated.

    The book is in four parts:

    The first part is about faith, knowledge and worship.

    The second part is about the judgement, the judgment and the customs.

    The third part is about virtues, interpretation and jihad.

    The fourth part is about morality and sermons.

    Mansur Ali Nazareth Al-Huseynî's valuable work, which has great benefits, was translated into Turkish by Associate Professor Abdulvehhab Ozturk, who has many scientific and Islamic works. The work, which has 5 large volumes and consists of 3 thousand pages, is full text and complete translation. Its language is simple, fluid and immersive.

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