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Personalities in Islam

Murat Ramzi - the great son of the Bashkir people

Often the life path of talented and extraordinary people develops dramatically and even tragically, and we are not surprised that they have to overcome severe trials and losses.
 
But forgetting the personalities who made a significant contribution to culture and loss of their names from the historical memory of people - is this not the most bitter injustice?
 
 

Remembering Quramuhammad Haji Ramazanov

On July 26, 2007, the Muslim ummah lost an outstanding personality, prominent scholar and theologian Quramuhammad Haji Ramazanov. He fell a martyr, returning from the mosque, reciting the Quran on his lips. Together with him his younger brother Abdullah Hajji, who always accompanied him, also returned to His Lord.

 

Imam Hamzat Bek. Struggle for the faith and people.

Imam Hamzat-bek (The Caucasian war)

Hold on, don’t be in rush,

You bunch of gold slaves.

Dwell in patience, sit in hush,

For Hamzat is keen to wreck your world.

                        Ali-hajji from Inkho

Hamzat-bek was born in a village of Gotsatl, in a family of Aliskandi, a brave and wise highlander, famous for his sense of justice. Aliskandi was a vizier for Khunzakh khans, particularly for Uma-khan, known as a man of great intellect. Being a good diplomat Aliskandi played a considerable role in settling relationships with the Persian Shah, who had threatened the Dagestan territory by war.  

 

Golden track in Islamic history - Kuramuhammad Haji Ramazanov

Eleven years ago, on July 26, 2007, as a result of the terrorist attack, the great contemporary scholar-theologian Alim Kuramuhammad-haji Ramazanov was martyred. According to the noble hadith of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), the death of a learned theologian is like the death of all mankind.
 
However, in the memory of Muslims, he will remain for long time. We ask readers to recite the surah "al-Fatiha" and share the reward to the souls of Kuramuhammad-hajji and Abdullah-hajji Ramazanov.
 
 

Pride of the Ummah. Marjani

Marjani is a religious figure, an educator, a philosopher, a historian. The above definitions do not fully cover all aspects of his multifaceted activities. Marjani is also an ethnographer, an archeographer, an orientalist and an educator. The encyclopedic nature of his knowledge can be compared with the encyclopedicism of the French enlighteners of the eighteenth century - Diderot and Rousseau.
 
 

Biography of Tatar Sheikh Muhammad-Zakir al-Chistawi (Kamalov) in the Arabic-language manuscripts

For many centuries Tatar literature grew and developed within the framework of a single common Islamic culture in close relations with the Arab, Persian and Turkish cultures.
 
The Muslims of the Volga and the Urals were closely included in the orbit of the Muslim life of the Middle East, which also affected the genre composition of Tatar Muslim literature, absorbing the best features of the Arab-Muslim literary tradition.
 
 

Sheikh Bayazit Khayrullin - Russian renown scholar and spiritual mentor

The renowned theologian Bayazit-Sheikh Khayrullin was born in 1871 and grew up in Ufa. His military service Bayazit-Sheikh completed in Vladikavkaz, where he showed himself as a honest and trustworthy Muslim.
 
Seeing the religiousness of the young man, the commander of the military unit offered him his help in obtaining Islamic education. He gave Khayrullin the direction to study in the madrassas of Orenburg, where sheikh studied for three years, after which he returned to Vladikavkaz to become a local imam.
 
 

Biography of Muhammad-Tahir from Qarakh (1809-1882)

Muhammad-Tahir, the son of Khuchalav al-Tsulda al-Qarakhi, was born in the village of Tsulda of Qarakh society (now Charodinsky district) in 1809. Historians write that his real name was Mahamatilav, and Imam Shamil gave him the name of Muhammad-Tahir. Under this name, he became known not only in Russia but to the entire Muslim world.
 
 

Sheikh Zaynullah Sharif Rasulev - eminent Muslim scholar and spiritual guide

Zainullah bin Habibullah bin Rasul, also known as Zainulla-ishan - is Russian religious figure, spiritual guide. He was born March 25, 1833 in the village of Sharipovo Orenburg province (now Uchalinsky district of Bashkortostan) in the family of a religious figure.
 
 

Heroes of jihad about terrorist attacks and explosions

As an answer to the fake information about the organizers of the 2017 terrorist act in the St. Petersburg metro, who allegedly called themselves "Imam Shamil's battalion," we would like to quote an episode from the life of the great Imam and another contemporary of his, the national hero of Algeria, who raised the banner of the liberation struggle, Emir Abd el-Kader ibn Muhyiddin al-Jazairi.
 
 
 

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