|Gibril Fouad Haddad|
|Born||1960 (age 52–53)
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
|Religion||Sunni Islam (Sufism)|
Dr. Gibril Fouad Haddad (born 1960) is a Muslim writer and Arabic translator.
Born in 1960 in Beirut, Lebanon into Sunni Muslim family. Haddad studied French Literature at Columbia University. After studying in Damascus, Syria, from 1997 to 2006, he relocated to Brunei where he currently lives and works as an author and translator.
Haddad is also a former and influential teacher on "Sunnipath," an Muslim website specializing in religious and spiritual studies. He was listed amongst the inaugural "500 most influential Muslims in the world."
Haddad is a disciple of Nazim al-Qubrusi and is a major contributor to the website Eshaykh.com.
- The Muhammadan Light in the Qur'an, Sunna, and Companion-Reports (2012)
- Sunna Notes: Studies in Hadith & Doctrine Volume III: The Binding Proof of the Sunna (2010)
- The Four Imams and their Schools: Abu Hanifa, Malik, al-Shafi'i, Ahmad (2007)
- From the Two Holy Sanctuaries: A Hajj Journal (2006)
- Sunna Notes: Studies in Hadith & Doctrine Volume II: The Excellent Innovation in the Qur'an and Hadith
- Sunna Notes: Studies in Hadith & Doctrine Volume I: Hadith History & Principles
- Albani and His Friends: A Concise Guide to the "Salafi" Movement (2004)
- The Exhortation to Trade, Industry and Work (2013)
- The Refutation of Him Who Attributes Direction to Allah (2006)
- The Prophet's Night Journey and Heavenly Ascent (2006)
- Jesus Christ the Son of Mary and His Most Blessed Mother (2005)
- Advice to our brothers the scholars of Najd (2002)
- The prophets in Barzakh and the hadith of Isrâ and Mirâj (1999)
- Correct Islamic Doctrine (1999)
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