New Book From Diwan Press


This collection tackles the four madhhabs of Islam in a thought- provoking way. Together, the four contributions show that recovery of transmitted practice backed by scholarship is a dynamic and liberating way that can lead to a new flowering of the deen in every age.

Shaykh Abdalhaqq Bewley

Shaykh Abdalhaqq Bewley

Shaykh Abdalhaqq accepted Islam in 1968 and spent some years in Morocco learning about Islam. Since that time he has worked on the establishment of Islam and Muslim communities, in the process living and teaching in Nigeria, the US, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Spain, the Caribbean, and the UK. He is the author of Zakat: Raising a Fallen Pillar and Islam, its Basic Practices and Beliefs. He currently resides and teaches in Norwich.

Aisha Bewley

Aisha Abdurrahman at Tarjumana Bewley is one of today’s most prolific translators of classical Arabic works into English. For more than thirty-five years she has been concerned with making the contents of many classical Arabic works more accessible to English- speaking readers. She is co-translator of The Noble Qur’an A New Rendering of its Meaning in English. Other works include Al-Muwatta of Imam Malik, and Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah a translation of the Shifa of Qadi ‘Iyad.

Dr. Yasin Dutton

Dr Yasin Dutton received his first degree, in Arabic, om Jesus College, Oxford, and later returned to Oxford to study for a DPhil in early Islamic law. In Edinburgh University he later became Senior Lecturer in Arabic and Islamic Studies. He is author of The Origins of Islamic Law: The Qur’ān, the Muwaṭṭa’ and Madīnan ‘Amal, and Original Islam: Malik and the Madhhab of Madina and is currently Associate Professor in Arabic and Islamic studies at the University of Cape Town.

The Book

Published: December 16, 2012
No. of Pages:  93
ISBN Pb: 978-1-908892-02-7
ISBN ePub: 978-1-908892-01-0
ISBN Kindle: 978-1-908892-03-4
Dimensions: 0.2 x 5.2 x 7.9 inches
This is a sample from the book.

Buy the Book

You can buy the book here on our on-line store, which accepts payments in most credit and debit cards via PayPal. It is available in paperback for £6.60, and ePub and Kindle formats for £2.99

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