All of the love stories from the Quran have the connotation of birr, of protection, of qawwam, of endearment, of sacrifice, of acceptance, of allowing redemption and return after sin, of opening what others closed and uplifting those who others pushed down, to be the opposite of what is conventional, to be the oxymoron of the sinfulness that other display, and be the righteous rain of barakah into the heart and mind of those who are distant from Allah.
Title:Love Stories From The Quran Author: Yahya Ibrahim Publisher: Tertib Publishing - Malaysia Pages: 107 Volumes: 1 Size: 12.7 cm x 17.7 cm Binding: Paperback Edition Number: 1st Year Of Publication: 2019
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Of Egyptian descent, Yahya Ibrahim was born in Canada and currently resides in Perth, Western Australia. He began memorizing the Quran at the age of 16 and finished 20 months later, receiving an Ijaazah. He began lecturing at the main mosques in Toronto at the age 17. In his quest for authentic and classical Islamic knowledge, Yahya Ibrahim traveled the world to meet, translate and study with Islamic scholars and students of knowledge. Being proficient in Arabic and English, he has translated books and various works from Arabic into English for many Islamic dignitaries.
Yahya Ibrahim is Head of Islamic Studies and Assistant Principal at Langford Islamic College, Islamic Chaplain at Curtin University and the University of Western Australia and lecturer for the internationally acclaimed AlMaghrib Institute. In account of his numerous contributions to Western Australia, Imam Yahya was awarded the Individual Excellence Award in Community Service by the West Australian Government.