The Return of the Cavaliers: Biography of Fethullah Gulen

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-04-07
  • Publisher: Natl Book Network
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Beginning with the environment in which Fethullah Gulen was raised and the dynamics that formed his character, this biographical novel captures the very essence of his exemplary life story by shedding light on the crucial events and memories that left their mark in the lives of Gulen and the dedicated philanthropic people inspired by him. The life of Fethullah Gulen, a prominent Turkish Muslim scholar and a source of inspiration for millions, is a life of epic struggle for the sublime cause he is devoted to. There was no change in his disposition and resolve although he was tested with the most severe hardships and persecutions throughout his life. It is an inspiring story of tears, painful displacements, migrations, perseverance, endurance, and triumph.

Author Biography

Farid al-Ansari (1960-2009) is an eminent legal scholar and cleric from Meknes, Morocco. Professor al-Ansari was the President of Islamic Studies at the University of Moulay Ismail, where he taught various courses on the methodology of Islamic jurisprudence and the Objectives of Islamic Law. He authored numerous books including Terminology of Islamic Jurisprudence at Ash-Shatibi and Last of the Cavaliers in his native Arabic.

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