Muhiyuddin

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Meaning "Reviver of the Religion."  It is widely acknowledged by historians, non-Muslim as well as Muslim, that Sheikh [[Abdul Qadir Jilani]] (ra) displayed great courage in reaffirming the traditional teachings of Islaam, in an era when sectarianism was rife, and when materialistic and rationalistic tendencies were predominant in all sections of society. In matters of Islamic jurisprudence [fiqh] and theology [kalaam], he adhered quite strictly to the highly "orthodox" school of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal.
 
Meaning "Reviver of the Religion."  It is widely acknowledged by historians, non-Muslim as well as Muslim, that Sheikh [[Abdul Qadir Jilani]] (ra) displayed great courage in reaffirming the traditional teachings of Islaam, in an era when sectarianism was rife, and when materialistic and rationalistic tendencies were predominant in all sections of society. In matters of Islamic jurisprudence [fiqh] and theology [kalaam], he adhered quite strictly to the highly "orthodox" school of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal.
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Meaning "Reviver of the Religion." It is widely acknowledged by historians, non-Muslim as well as Muslim, that Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani (ra) displayed great courage in reaffirming the traditional teachings of Islaam, in an era when sectarianism was rife, and when materialistic and rationalistic tendencies were predominant in all sections of society. In matters of Islamic jurisprudence [fiqh] and theology [kalaam], he adhered quite strictly to the highly "orthodox" school of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal.

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