Sheikh Ibrahim ibn Muhammad Al `Aly Al Atrash was born in 1377 AH in Kafr Ra`y village, one of the villages of Jenin, Palestine. After completing high school, he joined the faculty of Shari`ah in the Jordanian college. He worked as a preacher and orator, and he gave lessons on the explanation of Sahih Al Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, and Sahih As-Sirah. He (may Allah bestow mercy on his soul) was a member in the society of the Prophetic Hadith, the encyclopedia of the Prophetic Hadith, and a member in the complex of the scientific miraculousness of the Glorious Qur'an. He died due to an incurable disease from which he suffered for a very long time. He died in 27\5\1425 AH. He wrote several writings: Some of them were printed and some are still under print.
Sahih Asbab An-Nuzul,
Riyad Al Uns fi Bayan Usul Tazkiyat An-Nafs,
Al Ahadith AS-Sahihah Min Akhbar Waqasas Al Anbia' `layhimus-Salam, Shaykh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyah Rajulul-Islah Wad-Da`wah,
Muhammad Nasir Ad-Din Al Albany Al `Allamah Al Muhaddith,
Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Salih Ibn `Uthaymin Shaykh Al Fuqaha',
Noor Al Yaqin Fy Sirat Sayyid Al Mursalin,
Safhat Mudi`ah min Hayat As-Sabiqin (in two parts),
Al Ard Al Muqaddasah bayna Al Mady wal Hadir wal Mustaqbal,
Fathul-Mulhim Sharh Sahih Muslim,
Mukhtasar Qiyamul-Layl by Imam Al Marwazy,
Tafsir Surat Al An`am,
Three messages on Jihad by Sheikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyah, among others.
From the celebrities of guidance, prepared by Yasin Tahir Al Agha and Professor Nabilah Al Agha, Vol 1 , p. 138 and 139.
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