Biography of the Islamic Hero Khalid ibn al-Walid - At the Muslim Council of Elders Booth in the Cairo International Book Fair 2024

The Muslim Council of Elders presents at the Cairo International Book Fair 2024 with the book "Khalid ibn al-Walid," authored by Muhammad As-Sadiq Arjoun, a distinguished scholar of Al-Azhar.

This latest release from the Muslim Council of Elders delves into the biography of the Islamic hero Khalid ibn al-Walid and covers the life of the esteemed companion from his upbringing to his death, exploring his life before and after embracing Islam and the battles in which he participated. The author addresses some of the research challenges accompanying the biography of Khalid ibn al-Walid. 

To uncover the truth, the author adopted an investigative approach, consolidating these conflicting narrations found in the books of hadith, biographies, and history. He also employs a rigorous scientific methodology in studying historical texts, leaning towards one narration based on scholarly foundations. This preference is rooted in sound reasoning, relying on authentic knowledge of the personalities of Islam, while critiquing the writings of some contemporaries regarding the esteemed companion.

The book also includes a comprehensive biography of the author, written by the distinguished Al-Azhar scholar, Professor Dr. Muhammad Rajab Al-Bayoumi. Additionally, it features an important introduction revealing the author's methodology in approaching historical studies, as well as a detailed index allowing readers to navigate through the book's essential texts and discussions.

The Muslim Council of Elders' pavilion at the Cairo International Book Fair features a diverse collection of publications, along with a series of seminars, activities, and events focused on promoting the values of peace and mutual coexistence among all humanity.

The pavilion is located alongside the Al-Azhar pavilion in Hall 4 at the Egypt International Exhibition and Conference Center in the Fifth Settlement in Cairo.



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