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مطالعه کتاب Forty Hadith, An Exposition, Second Revised Edtion
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Forty Hadith, An Exposition, Second Revised Edtion

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Author(s): Ayatullah Sayyid Imam Ruhallah al-Musawi al-Khomeini

Translator(s): Ali Quli Qarai Mahliqa Qarai

Publisher(s): Ahlul Bayt World Assembly

Category: Hadith Collections Ethics General Spirituality

Topic Tags: Ahadith forty hadith Ethics Spirituality Miscellaneous information: The original work in Persian, recently published under the title quot;Arba`in, ya chihil hadith was written by Imam al-Khomeini forty-six years ago and was completed in the month of Muharram 1358 (April-May, 1939). The manuscript of this work, together with that of two other unpublished works of the author, Sharh Duae sahar and Adab al-salat, were recovered from the library of the late Ayatullah Akhund al-Hamadani. All the three works have now been published.

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Person Tags: Imam Khomeini

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An Exposition on Forty Ahadith Narrated through the Prophet and His Ahl al-Bayt, may peace be upon themDetailed commentary on 40 selected traditions narrated through the Prophet (S) and his Ahl al-Bayt (a) on topics of ethics and spirituality, including jihad al-nafs.

Second revised edition.

Introductory Note

The original work in Persian, recently published under the title “Arba’in, ya chihil hadith” was written by Imam al-Khumayni forty-six years ago and was completed in the month of Muharram 1358 (April-May, 1939).

The manuscript of this work, together with that of two other unpublished works of the author, Sharh Du’ae sahar, and Adab al-salat, were recovered from the library of the late Ayatullah Akhund al-Hamadani. All the three works have now been published.

About The Author

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By Hamid Algar(1)

It is in many ways remarkable that ten years after his death

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1- English-born Hamid Algar received his Ph.D. in oriental studies from Cambridge. Since 1965, he has served on the faculty of the Department of Near Eastern Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he teaches Persian and Islamic history and philosophy. Dr. Algar has written extensively on the subject of Iran and Islam, including the books Religion and State in Iran, 1785-1906 and Mirza Malkum Khan: A Biographical Study in Iranian Modernism. He has been following the Islamic movement in Iran with interest for many years. In an article published in 1972, he assessed the situation there and forecast the Revolution “more accurately than all the U.S. government’s political officers and intelligence analysts,” in the words of Nicholas Wade, Science magazine. Dr. Algar has translated numerous books from Arabic, Turkish, and Persian, including the book Islam and Revolution: Writings and Declarations of Imam Khomeini.
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