The Muslim Prince


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“Anarchy is abhorrent to rational people, and natural law demands that the vacuum existing today, which has sucked into its black hole wealth and power, should be filled.

This demands what Nietzsche defined as a transvaluation of all values, after the nihil of what has gone before.

The new financial system has to be linked to its new political system. This is the Islamic ethos so brilliantly obscured by the invented ‘terror’ dialectic. The social collapse of today has ended the legendary unending war against terror. From the rubble there now emerges the true policy of the Islamic Community.” (Shaykh Dr. Abdalqadir as-Sufi, the Introduction to The Muslim Prince)

Shaykh Dr. Abdalqadir as-Sufi

Shaykh Abdalqadir (born 1930 Ian Dallas in Ayr, Scotland, died 2021 Cape Town, South Africa) was a Shaykh of Tarbiyah (Instruction), leader of the Darqawi-Shadhili-Qadiri Tariqa, founder of the Murabitun World Movement and author of numerous books on Islam, Sufism (Tasawwuf), history and political theory. Born in Scotland, he was a playwright and actor before he accepted Islam in 1967 with the Imam of the Masjid al-Qarawiyyin (Qarawiyyin Mosque) in Fes, Morocco.

He worked in spreading Islam since that time and has students all over the world in both Muslim and non-Muslim lands. His last most signification publications are The Book of Tawhid, The Book of Hubb, The Book of ‘Amal and The Book of Safar, and, as Ian Dallas, Ian Dallas Collected Works, The Time of the Bedouin – on the politics of power, The Interim is MineEngines of the Broken World, and The Entire City. His commentaries on current events and issues affecting Muslims in different parts of the world can be found on his website.

22 x 12 x 1 cm. 165g

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