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Supporting the Distressed Against the Tricks of Satan is an abridged English translation of the monumental work Ighathatu al-Lahfan Fee Masayid al-Shaytaan (إغاثة اللهفان في مصائد الشيطان), which is one of the best and most important books of Imam Ibn Al-Qayyim (r).
The author reveals the tricks and intrigues of Shaytaan and sets out the causes and ways to protect ourselves from the sneaky enemy. He discusses types of hearts, their diseases and their cures.
Imam Ibn Al-Qayyim states:
The enemy of Allah, the devil, knew that the heart held the central position on which everything depended; so, he endeavoured to fill it with all sorts of whispers and vain desires with the intention of diverting it from the right path. He surrounded it with sources of misguidance and set devices and nets to trap it. To get out of his tricks is not possible except by seeking the help of Allah, sticking to the causes of His pleasure and acquiring the humility of servitude, which is the best weapon a man can have to enjoy the protection of Allah.
Title: Supporting the Distressed Against the Tricks of Satan - Abridged English Translation Of 'Ighathatu al-Lahfan Fee Masayid al-Shaytaan'
Author: Imam Ibn Al-Qayyim
Translator: Abdullah Hamid Ali
Publisher: Darussalam London / Darussalam International Publications - UK
Size: 16 cm x 21 cm
Edition Number: 1st
Year Of Publication: 2014
Weight: 0.30 kg
The author, Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah (d. 751H), was one of the most prolific scholars of Islam. His inimitable and distinct understanding of Qur'an and and Hadith was acknowledged by his peers, while his commentaries and interpretations remain unique in accuracy. He studied under Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah for sixteen years and accompanied him up and till his death; learning a great deal of knowledge from him. He authored over sixty works, covering a multitude of Islamic sciences; many of his writings are characterised by their touching address to the heart and soul. He was deeply pious and took great care in how he utilised his time.