Islamic Manners by 'Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah

Islamic Manners by 'Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah

Written by one of the outstanding scholars of the 20th Century, Islamic Manners is a vital book that exemplifies the character and personality of every Muslim. Shaykh Abdul Fattah Abu Ghudda (1917-1997) was a leading scholar in the field of hadith. This book discusses essential adab (manners) and covers the following areas:

Importance of Appearance Entering and Leaving a House
The Manners of Visiting
The Manners of Conversation
Social Manners Communicating with Non-Muslims
The Manners of Eating & Drinking
Weddings Visiting a Sick Person

In this slim volume outlining everything a Muslim needs to know about the etiquette of daily actions, Abu Ghuddah begins by reminding us that manners are for everyone and at every time. We need to know the manners of not only major actions but also minor actions. He says that manners ‘refine the character and bring us closer to the hearts and minds of others. Also, it makes life easier as we know what to do and what to expect from others.’

Twelve sections outline manners related to appearance, entering and leaving a house, visiting others, conversation, social manners, communicating with non-Muslims, eating and drinking, wedding, traveling, and condolences.

Comprehensive and accessible, Islamic Manners is popular with individual readers and with book clubs.

Hear what readers are saying: ‘Very good casual read as well as very insightful. Used in my local masjid in our study circle, everyone loves it.’ — Miryam A.

‘Really lovely, accessible content. If people behaved according to these recommendations, the world would be a much better place.’ — Isra H.‘Must-have for every Muslim to brush up on basic adab (manners).’ — Jasmin

'Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghuddah studied at the Academy of Islamic Studies in Aleppo and later received advanced training in psychology and education at Al-Azhar University in Cairo. In 1973 he became the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood.


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