Safwat Al-Shwadfy

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Shaykh Safwat al-Shwadify
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Born (1955-09-01)September 1, 1955
Bilbeis, Egypt
Died August 17, 2000(2000-08-17) (aged 44)
Residence Egypt
Title Shaykh
Religion Islam

Safwat Al-Shwadify (1955–2000) (also: Ash-Shwadify, El Shwadfy, al-Shwadifi), (Arabic:صفوت الشوادفي) was an Egyptian scholar. His full name was Mohamed Safwat Ahmed Mohamed Yusuf al-Shwadify.

Biography[edit]

Safwat al-Shwadify was born in the village of Shaganibah, Sharkia Governorate, Egypt, in 1955.[citation needed]

He received a bachelor's degree in Economics and Political science from Cairo University.[citation needed]

For 10 years, he was the editor-in-chief of an Egyptian magazine, Tawhid.[1] and wrote more than 120 articles there and elsewhere. He died in 2000 after he prayed the sundown prayer when he was the imam for people in prayer.[citation needed]

Da'wah[edit]

He memorized the Quran and studied its explanation when he was an army officer.[citation needed].

He traveled to Saudi Arabia, studied Islamic science there from scholars such as Muhammad ibn al Uthaymeen and Abderazaq Afify. He then returned to Egypt.[citation needed]

He delivered lectures in most of Egypt's governorates and cities and delivered Khutbah every Friday.[citation needed]

Books[edit]

  • Lamps lit the way for us (all his articles)
  • Summary of Egyptian Fatwas by Ibn Taymiyah (study and investigation)
  • Abortion between medicine and religion (formation)
  • Jews... Genesis & History (formation)

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