About the Author
A distinguished psychiatrist from Egypt, Dr. Muhammad ibn Ismâ‘eel al-Muqaddim’s resume in Islamic work speaks for itself. Author of over 20 pioneering books in Arabic, founder in 1977 of the Salafi Da‘wah of Alexandria, and giving 2000+ lectures, which are available online, his role in educating and reviving authentic Islamic thought has been profound.
As well as holding an ijâzah in the Qur’an, the six authentic collections of Hadith, and many meticulous sciences, and graduating from al-Azhar University and studying under its renowned scholars, Shaykh al-Muqaddim also benefitted from attending the lessons of famous scholars from all over the world, such as Ibn Jibreen, Ibn Bâz, al-‘Uthaymeen, Abdur-Razzâq al-‘Afeefi, al-Albâni, Muhammad ibn Hasan ash-Shinqeeti, and others.
Among Dr. al-Muqaddim’s works that IIPH has translated into English and other languages are Hayâ’: Understanding the Islamic Concept of Modesty and Fitnah: The Concept of Discord and Conflict among Muslims.