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Amina Chibani

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July 4, 2022

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About Amina Chibani

Ms. Amina Chibani Researcher in linguistics and English literature

Glad Tidings in the Islamic Tradition

By |2021-02-06T12:52:43+01:00November 27th, 2012|Glad Tidings|

Glad tidings are not just a nice escape from the daily grind. They can have deeper and much weightier implications. The Prophet -God bless him and grant him peace- during his last sickness once came out into the mosque, his noble head tightly bound in a cloth, and said: “O my Lord, Have I relayed [three times]. All that will be left of Prophethood is a glad tiding seen by a believer or for him.” Narrated in Sunan al-kubra by Nasa’i 4/382 and by Ibn Maja 2/1283. How important is this facet of our dīn for our blessed Prophet to include in his very last recommendations before joining His Creator.

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