Haddad, Shaykh Gibril Fouad

Shaykh Gibril Fouad Haddad

Dr Gibril Haddad was born in Beirut in 1960. He embraced Islam while a graduate student in French Literature at Columbia University in New York. He lives in Damascus, Syria. Since 1997 he has translated and published the following texts:

Ibn Khafif. Al-‘Aqida al-Sahiha (“Correct Islamic Doctrine”).
Al-Bayhaqi. Al-Asma’ wal-Safat (“The Divine Names and Attributes”).
Excerpts.
Ibn ‘Abd al-Salam. Ai-Mulha fi I’tiqad Ahl al-Haqq (“Belief of the Poeple of the Truth”).
Ibn ‘Arabi. Aqidat al-‘Awamm min Ahl al-Islam (“Common Doctrine of the Muslim”).
Sayyid Muhammad ‘Alawi al-Maliki. Al-Anbiya’ fi-Barzakh (“The Prophets in the Isthmus-Life”). Revised bilingual edition.
- Al-Anwar al-Bahiyya fi Isra’ waMi’raj Khayr al-Bariyya (“The Prophet’s (peace be upon him) Night Journey and Ascention”). Revised English edition. Sayyid Yusuf Hashim al-Rifa’i. Nasiha li-Ikhwaninia Ulama’ Najd (“Advice to our Brethren the Scholars of Najd”). Introduction by M.S.R. al-Buti. With Sayyid ‘Alawi Ahmad al-Haddad’s Misbah al-Anam (“The Light of Mankind”). English.
Al-Habib ‘Ali al-Jafri. Jesus Christ the Son of Mary and His Most Blessed Mother.
G.F. Haddad. Afdalu al-Khalqi Sayyiduna Muhammad (peace be upon him) On the Prophetic Attribute “Best of Creation”). Bilingual.
- Al-Arba’un fi Fadli al-Shami wa-Ahlih wal-Hijrati ila Allahi wa-Rasulih (peace be upon him) (“The Excellence of Syro-Palestine and Its People in Emigrating to Allah and His Prophet (peace be upon him) 40 Hadith”) Bilingual. Forewords by Shaykh Abid Kallas, Shaykh Mustafa al-Turkmani, and Shaykh Salah Fakhri.
- Sayyiduna Abu Bakr al-Saddiq (may Allah be well pleased with him). Bilingual.
- Qubrus al-Tarab fi Suhbat Rajab (“The Joy of Cyprus in the Association of Rajab [1422]”). Discourses of Shaykh Nazim al-Haqqani. Bilingual.
- Mawlid: Celebrating the Birth of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him)
- Collective Supplication: Sunna or Bid’a? Bilingual.
- Albani and His Friends: A Concise Guide to the “Salafi” Movement.
- The Four Imams and Their Schools. Bilingual.
- Ahmad ibn Taymiyya.       

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