November 16, 2014 at 2:45 pm (Uncategorized)
قال أحد مشايخ السيوطي في قصيدةٍ في بعض علوم القرآن:
وليس كل خلافٍ جاء مُعْتَبَرَاً ****** إلا خلافٌ له حظٌ من النظر.
وإذا وقع الخلاف فإنَّ الخلاف على نوعين:
- خلافٌ قوي.
- وخلافٌ ضعيف.
*- والخلاف القوي ضابطه: ما كان الخلاف فيه في فهم الدَّليل ولا مُرَجِّحْ.
* – والخلاف الضعيف: ما كان الخلاف فيه بمخالفة الدليل أو بالغَلَطِ في فهم الدليل.
والخلاف القوي لا إنكار فيه، فإذا كانت المسألة فيها خلافٌ قوي فلا عَتْبَ من الأصل لمن أَخَذَ بأحد القولين، أخذ بهذا وأخذ بهذا، هذا يرى كذا وهذا يرى كذا، المسألة فيها سَعَة.
وأما الخلاف الضعيف فإنَّهُ فيه الإنكار”.
November 13, 2014 at 12:29 am (Uncategorized)
Few books have been as influential in understanding African impoverishment as this groundbreaking analysis. Rodney shows the exploitation of the continent committed by the imperial countries of Europe, and subsequently the US, as aided by agents or unwitting accomplices in the North and in Africa. With oppression and liberation his main concern, he ‘delves into the past’, as he says in his preface, ‘only because otherwise it would be impossible to understand how the present came into being … In the search for an understanding of what is now called “underdevelopment” in Africa, the limits of inquiry have had to be fixed as far apart as the fifteenth century, on the one hand, and the end of the colonial period, on the other hand.’
He argues that ‘African development is possible only on the basis of a radical break with the international capitalist system, which has been the principal agency of underdevelopment of Africa over the last five centuries’. His Marxist analysis went far beyond previously accepted approaches and changed the way both third world development and colonial history are studied. Although first published in 1972, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa, remains an essential introduction to understanding the dynamics of Africa’s contemporary relations with the West and is a powerful legacy of a committed activist and thinker.
About the Author
Walter Rodney was born in Guyana in 1942. He taught at the University of Dar es Salaam and is recognised as one of the Caribbean’s most brilliant minds. Combining scholarship with activism, he became a voice for the oppressed and was the leading figure in the resistance against the authoritarian government in Guyana. In 1980, aged 38, Rodney was assassinated.
November 10, 2014 at 12:33 am (Uncategorized)
قال رجلٌ لحذيفة : إنّي أخشى أن أكونَ منافقاً
فقال له : تُصلّي إذا خلوْتَ وتستغفرُ إذا أذنبْتَ
قال : نعم
قال : إذهبْ فما جعلكَ اللهُ منافقاً
A man said to hudhayfah رضي الله عنه:
I fear that I am a munafiq
So hudhayfah رضي الله عنه replied:
Do you pray salah when you are alone? Do you seek forgiveness after you have sinned?
The man said:
hudhayfah رضي الله عنه said:
Go for Allah has not made you a munafiq
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