Author: Sidi Ahmed Zarroq
Publisher: Shaykh Abdullah Hakim Quick (October 2004)
Pages: 60 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
This book is a timely translation of the famous discourse An-Naseehatul-Kaafiya by Shaykh Ahmad Zarrooq (846-899 A.H.) of Fez. It is a penetrating work on self-analysis and reconstruction which lays the groundwork for Islamic revival through internal change.
The presentation of this topic is the fifth part of the “Islamic Revival” series. Shaykh Abdullah Hakim Quick has travelled to more than 61 countries on lecture and educational tours. He embraced Islam in 1970 and thereafter pursued his studies at the University of Madinah, where he completed a BA from the College of Dawah and Usul al-Din. He later read for his Masters degree and completed his PhD on the History of Islam in Africa at the University of Toronto, Canada. The focus of the thesis was the life of the great mujaddid of the 188th century, Shaykh Uthman Ibn Fudi (Usman dan Fodio), the Amir of the Sokoto Caliphate.