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The Fitnah March 4, 2008

Posted by shadows15 in Gems and Jewels, Men Around The Messenger, وَمَن يَرْغَبُ عَن مِّلَّةِ إ, Weekly Wisdom, Worship.
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The Fitnah

Here is a lecture series by Br. Kamal el-Mekki on one of Islamic history’s most controversial and widely disputed points. This time was extremely chaotic and gave rise to the first civil war in Islam as well as the first dissident groups that broke off from the mainstream Muslims such as the Khawarij and the Shia.

By: Kamal El Mekki

A look at the early history of Islam from the time of Uthman Ibn Affan..until Abdullah Ibn Azzubair.
CD-1: The life of Uthman Ibn Affan: His Khilafa and the begining of the Fitnah.
CD-2: The beginings of the Fitnah(cont). The assassination of Uthman and the pledge to Ali.
CD-3: Ali regains the provinces and the Army of Aisha, Talha, and Azzubair.
CD-4: The Battle of Al-Jamal and the Battle of Siffin.
CD-5: The Battle of Siffin (cont). The emergence of the Khawaarij. The assassination of Ali. The Khilafa of Al-Hassan Ibn Ali and Muawiah.
CD-6: Muawiah (cont). Yazeed Ibn Muawiah. The martyrdom of Al Hussein Ibn Ali and Abdullah Ibn Azzubair.

See the pages Treasure Island and Listen for more!

Comments»

1. abdulkadir - March 11, 2008

hi where can i get this from?

2. Khalid - March 12, 2008

Yes the download Link does not work anyone have any ideas??????

Shukrun

3. shadows15 - March 12, 2008

I removed this lecture off the page Listen for this reason. Sorry for the inconvenience. However I have added another lecture series titled “How to Give Shahada in Ten Minutes” which is a lecture on Dawah techniques.

This lecture gives you the resources to present Islam in a short amount of time while giving sufficient information and even rebuttals to certain arguments posed from people. It is a Must-Have!


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