Farman Kharabayi

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Farman kharabayi
فەرمان خەرابەیی
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Born1979 April 24
Kirkuk-Iraq
NationalityIraq
Other namesمه‌لا فه‌رمان
CitizenshipIraq
EducationBachelor's degree in Sharia and Islamic principles
OccupationWriter, imam, and preacher
Organization- the founder of the Mihr Foundation
- the founder of the Qalaa Center
Notable work
- Heart-warmers book
- The lost truth book
- The Life Breeze Program
MovementSunni Islam
Websitewww.m-farman.com

Farman kharabayi (Kurdish language,Ferman xerabeyî‎; born 24 April 1979) is an Islamic scholar, Kurdish writer, and thinker, has many books printed in all fields.[1][2]

Upbringing & Life

He was born on April 24, 1979 in the city of Kirkuk Governorate, and when he was young, he moved with his family to the city of Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq in which he began his academic and Sharia studies. However, he completed studies in the schools of Erbil’s Hojrat[3] under considerable sheikhs and then finished the Bachelor degree. He is the founder of the Mehr Foundation for the Development of Science and Human Values and the founder of the Qalaa Center (Kurdish language) for Teaching and Memorizing the Quran. At the present time, he is the imam and preacher of the Saeed Al- Nawrasi Mosque in Erbil.[4][5][6]

Job & Activities

  • Imam and preacher: Mosque of Saeed Al-Nawrasi, Erbil.
  • Founder and Chairman of Mihr Foundation for the Development of Science and Human Values.[7]
  • Founder and director of the Qalaa Center for Teaching and Memorizing the Holy Quran.[8]
  • Human and self-development coach.
  • Activist in the field of civil society organizations.
  • A Charity (practice).

Scientific Career

Academic studies

  • Higher Diploma in Public Speaking Sharia.
  • Bachelor's degree in Sharia and Islamic principles.

Holds a scientific Ijaza

He studied Sharia sciences under of a number of sheikhs, and finally he obtained a scientific Ijaza in the Sharia naqli and mental sciences. This license is well-known to the Kurdish scholars as the scientific Ijaza, and it is a high Isnad reaches up to the Prophet of Islam.[9]

Ijazas in books

He obtained various Ijazas with a continuous Isnad for many books of science, Sharia, and hadith.[4]

Travels around the world

He traveled to many countries including the USA, Jordan, Egypt, Iran, and Qatar, participated in conferences and courses and visited many scientific and Islamic centers and institutions and met many figures.[10][11]

TV shows

  1. The Breeze of Life (1-2)
  2. Family and life
  3. Islamic Sharia
  4. Cousin
  5. Rights and duties
  6. And other programs.

Writings

He enjoys many intellectual productions, including books, brochures, and articles, most of which are in Kurdish.

  1. The Most Beautiful Names of Allah... by the Quran and Sunnah.
  2. Useful means for a happy life, translated into Kurdish.
  3. Echo of happiness.
  4. Is not it the right time to go back, the youth of the nation?! Translated to Kurdish.
  5. Heart-warmers, translation and explanation of (benefits) into Kurdish.
  6. Love: Sharia and Modernity Reading.
  7. Who do you choose for as your life partner?!
  8. Guide of worshipers.
  9. Precious life.
  10. The lost truth.[12]
  11. What do you do for your child?![13]
  12. Guide of Muslim Family.
  13. Glossary of children's names.
  14. The best woman in the eye of the Prophet.
  15. The breeze of life.
  16. Circle of Life.
  17. Handy guide for teaching Arabic.
  18. Family Castle.
  19. Levels of hearts.
  20. The video that destroyed my life, (Stories).
  21. The young man who saved a woman’s chastity, (Stories).
  22. Letter to my son, (stories).
  23. Sarah 22 years in disobedience (stories).
  24. Destroyed the life of his family, (stories).
  25. What goes around comes around (stories).
  26. Three short stories (stories).
  27. A mobile ruined my life, (stories).
  28. My sister, why did you exposed me? (Stories).
  29. Bad habits destroyed me (stories).[14][15]


References

  1. A biography from the Arabic Wikipedia, Kurdish Wikipedia July 8 2020
  2. "kurdipedia" (in کوردی). Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  3. Hojrat is the place the Sheikh assigned to his students to teach them in which there are certain books as a curriculum, and the method of teaching resembles the old ways where the student must memorize what he took as a homework.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Curriculum Vitae" (in کوردی). Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  5. "Rudaw" (in کوردی). Rudaw Newspaper, Issue 111, Pages 13. Archived (PDF) from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  6. "islam house" (in کوردی). Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  7. The Mihr Foundation for the Development of Science and Human Values is an independent scientific educational institution working in the field of science development and reviving the high morals in society. It was established in 2016, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan.
  8. A Sharia school for teaching and memorizing the Holy Qur’an, approved by ministerial decision of the Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs, the Government of the Kurdistan Region. It has thousands of male and female students, seeking to learn the book of God in terms of memorization and understanding for bringing-up a generation that displays the morals of the Qur’an and teaching its sciences.
  9. One of the customs of religious schools in Kurdistan is that if the student enters the scientific Hojrat, as known, he begins with the Holy Quran and then the primitive books, but he is free to transfer from one Hojrat to another. During this period, he reads the books set in syntax, pragmatics, rhetoric, logic, origins, intonation, Fiqh and interpretation of Quran. As he finishes, he will be granted the approved golden serial scientific Ijaza that is usually granted by the sheikhs, form predecessors to successors, to their students after completing their studies. Such is a method familiar to scholars from ancient times, and it is sequanced from a scholar to another until the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (PBUH).
  10. "Farman kharabayi in lines" (in کوردی). Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  11. "Bzaw" (in کوردی). Bzaw Newspaper, Issue 22, Pages 5. Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  12. "The lost truth" (in کوردی). Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  13. "چی دەکەی بۆ کۆرپەکەت!" (in کوردی). Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  14. "The Library" (in کوردی). Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.
  15. "Erbil Newspaper" (in کوردی). Erbil Newspaper, Issue 939, Pages 6. Archived from the original on April 25, 2020. Retrieved July 8, 2020.

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