Book launch venue:
Stadium on Main
Main Road Claremont
10 Nov 2012 (Saturday)
4.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Author: Muhammad Allie Khalfe
Speaker: Shaykh Seraj Hendricks
To purchase book/enquire: email@example.com
Price: South African Rand 160
(about GBP 11 or USD 18 or Ringgit Malaysia 56)
Read sample here:
"...the teaching in the Quran that Allah taught the Prophet Adam all the "names", beyond the knowledge of the Angels, or that He ordered the Angels to prostrate before him. Both these teachings that the father of both men and women was a recipient and possessor of spiritual knowledge that exceeds the angelic level and that man in a certain sense is the Qiblah of the Angels, provides sufficient scriptural evidence of not only his superiority over angels but also points to the profound spiritual reality and origin of the human being."
"The Prophet (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was once asked, 'Who is more sacred in the sight of Allah, the kaabah or the believer?', to which the Prophet answered, 'The believer is more sacred.'"
- Shaykh Ahmad Hendricks
in Preface to the 'Honor and Status of the Human Being'
About the Author
Muhammad Allie Khalfe was born and schooled in Cape Town. He completed his tertiary education at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town. He is qualified in Information Technology and works in the Software Testing field. He graduated from I-TO-I International and is able to teach English as a foreign language. Muhammad Allie spent 7 years under the guidance of Shaykh Seraj and Shaykh Ahmad Hendricks from the Azawiya in Walmer Estate studying the details of Fiqh, Usul al-Fiqh, Tauhid and Tasawuf and received Ijaza (permission to transmit knowledge) in all three fields from the Shaykhs. Furthermore, he studied the 7 dialects of Quranic Recitation under Shaykh Abu Bakar Abduraof and read more of the Dialects to various scholars from whom he received permission to read and teach. He is the author of two other works namely the "Spirit of Islam" and "The Legacy of a Spiritual Journey to God."
Credit: The Events Board, Cape Town