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Saints and Saviours of Islam

Hamid Naseem Rafiabadi (Author)
Synopsis The history of Islam is full of such events, which have left their imprints on the pages of world history. Moreover, such Islamic personages have emerged on the scene from time to time, at various places of the vast Islamic world, who have rejuvenated not only the forgotten ideals and lessons of Islam, but transformed their societies as well, and left behind the legacy of great social and intellectual even scientific reformation and epistemological renaissance. The present book deals with the least known reformative, academic and social service related matters where Muslims have contributed clandestinely.
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About the author

Hamid Naseem Rafiabadi

Hamid Nassem was born in Doabgah Rafiabad, Kashmir in 1958. He completed his early education in his home state. Later, he secured M.A. in Muslim Philosophy and Theology from Aligarh Muslim University, winning Gold Medal for academic brilliance. He has received his Pre. Ph.D. and advanced diploma in Mass Media from the prestigious J.N.U., New Delhi. He was awarded Ph.D. Degree on the Philosophy of Ghazzali and it’s Impact on the Western Philosophers by the University of Kashmir in 1996. he was a research fellow at I.I.I.S., New Delhi. (now a part of Hamdard University) in 1987-89. Dr. Hamid Naseem is now a Reader at the University of Kashmir in Islamic Studies. Apart from his formal academic achievements, he has won the admiration of his peers with his brilliant debating, oratory and contributions to reputed research publications. He has also visited Islamic Republic of Iran in 1996. He has ten books to his credit.

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Bibliographic information

Title Saints and Saviours of Islam
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sarup & Sons
Language: English
isbn 8176255556
length xix+344p.