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The Lofty Virtues of Ibn Taymiyyah January 2, 2008

Posted by shadows15 in 1, Misc, Personality Development, Short Stories, Sisters Section, وَمَن يَرْغَبُ عَن مِّلَّةِ إ, Weekly Wisdom, Worship.
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“He was imprisoned many times, for many months and years, and he never turned his back and ran. His enemies tried to kill him many times, discussing their plans publicly and privately…”

“He would never appear tired in front of anyone who came to ask him a question. Rather, he would greet the questioner with a pleasant face and stand with him until he was the one who proceeded to leave – whether such a person was old or young, a man or a woman, a free man or a slave, a scholar or a layman, a city resident or a bedouin…”

“He (may Allah be Pleased with him) was from the bravest of people and had the strongest heart. I never saw anyone who stood firmer than he did, or was more focuse…”

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