Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations issued an updated and revised edition of the Arabic book, “Facts and Fundamentals of the Palestine Issue: An Islamic Perspective,” by Prof. Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh. This edition is provided with pictures and illustrations, and is available for free download.
The first edition of this 66-page book was published in 2001, under the title “Forty Basic Facts on the Palestine Issue.” It has widely spread, hundreds of thousands of Arabic copies were printed, and was translated into thirteen different languages.
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– Title: Haqa’iq wa Thawabit fi al-Qadiyyah al-Filastiniyyah: Ru’yah Islamiyaah (Al-Haqa’iq al-Arba‘un fi al-Qadiyyah al-Filastiniyyah (Facts and Fundamentals of the Palestine Issue: An Islamic Perspective (The Forty Facts About the Palestine Issue)).
– Prepared by: Prof. Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh
– Published in: 2020 (an updated and revised edition)
– Paperback: 66 pages.
– Price: $7
– ISBN: 978-9953-500-83-6
This book provides the reader with a brief, comprehensive, and easy introduction to the Palestine issue. It presents information, facts, fundamentals and concepts that are indispensable when dealing with this issue, in addition to providing an extensive and concise database that is considered the basis for an Islamic understanding of the Palestine issue.
This book provides readers with basic information based on scientific sources about the land of Palestine and its people, and presents the most prominent milestones of its ancient and contemporary history. It explains the emergence of the Zionist movement and its objectives, the British occupation of Palestine, the establishment of Israel, the displacement of the Palestinian people and the Judaization of the land, the man and the holy sites. It also draws attention to Israel’s strength and its weaknesses.
The book speaks about the Palestinian resistance and the Palestinian people’s uprisings since the British occupation until now, and the establishment of the Palestine Liberation Organization and the main Palestinian organizations. The author discusses the Arab and international roles, the Oslo Accords and their implications, and the human dimension of the Palestine issue. Saleh also sheds light on the Islamic understanding of the Palestine issue, the position on peace, the peace process, and the Jews. At the end, he presents the Islamic vision for the liberation of Palestine.
The late Prof. Dr. Muhammad ‘Amara, wrote the introduction of the first edition of this book, in which he says, “This booklet succeeded in extracting the basic facts of this central issue, and presenting them in the frame of the exceptional political, intellectual and civilizational concepts… Its pages have become the Text that must be memorized and understood by every Arab and every Muslim, rather by every honest human being who seeks truth, justice and fairness… It can be considered the skeleton that carries all the details of this raging conflict on the land of Palestine.” ‘Amara considered the book the Record of the prime cause of Muslims.