Born Imam Abdelhamid Ben Badis in 1889 in Constantine, Algeria from well-known science and wealth families learn the Koran and save it at the age of 13 years old at the hands of Sheikh Hamdan Lounici traveled to Tunisia in 1908 where he continued his higher education at the University of Zaytuna In 1913 he returned to Algeria where Bdonchath as a teacher in green mosque and is interested in the deployment of science and religion ___ traveled to the holy spots to lead a pilgrimage and there are known to Sheikh Brahimi ___ began his work and his reformist making a mosque springboard Vahtam the education of the young and educate adults and Atkhadd of the press and other means of spreading religious and political consciousness fought superstition and heresies and rejected the idea of integration of any combination Algeria, France, at the time of the French occupation and take it all of the naturalization of French nationality apostate ___ Malk appeared supervision of several magazines including Almnfd 1925 Shehab and insights and work on the interpretation of the Koran and in 1931 was a leading member in the establishment of Algerian Muslim scholars Association ___ was Abdelhamid Ben Badis thinker and a mentor and educator ridiculed both material and human energies to reform the conditions of Algerian society and to maintain the Algerian identity of Islam religion and the Arabic language, Algeria and homeland ___ responded to the idea of integration by issuing fatwas and succeeded in building a generation contributed strongly in the November 1954 revolution, the Imam died on 16 April 1940 Hedda and take on 16 April on the flag to commemorate the death of one of the sons and heroes of this beloved land of Algeria dear soul rest in God's mercy and spacious abode and lived Algeria free and independent
April 16th in Algeria is known as the Day of Knowledge, in commemoration of the efforts of the Algerian scholar Abd al-Hamid Ben Badis to educate the Algerian people, and promote learning and knowledge in this country. People often forget the heritage of Islamic learning in Muslim countries outside of the Arabian Gulf (read: Saudi Arabia), Syria and Egypt, and it’s good to remember that this isn’t the case. Anyways, this is taken from a paper I wrote about Ben Badis and his role in Islamic reform, hence the more formal approach. Inshallah I’ll follow up with a couple more posts about him during the rest of the week.
Though Abdelhamid ben badis never participated in the algerian war withs guns but hé is my hero .first ,he used pen to fight the french colonisés .second hé was very caurageous .modest and clever person ,third hé taught the islamic principal and fought illiteracy .finally,he was man of pease and thought .he lived and worked the اتمنى ان ينال اعجابكم algerian révolution .so weare right to celebrate his memory on april 16 evry yeare
Though Abdelhamid ben badis never participated in the algerian war withs guns but hé is my hero .first ,he used pen to fight the french colonisés .second hé was very caurageous .modest and clever person ,third hé taught the islamic principal and fought illiteracy .finally,he was man of pease and thought .he lived and worked the algerian révolution .so weare right to celebrate his memory on april 16 evry year
Abdelhamid Ben Badis born on December 4, 1889 and died April 16, 1940. was an emblematic figure of the Islamic Reform movement in Algeria.
In 1931, Ben Badis founded the Association of Algerian Muslim Ulema, which was a national grouping of many Islamic scholars in Algeria from many different and sometimes opposing perspectives and viewpoints. The Association would have later a great influence on Algerian Muslim politics up to the Algerian War of Independence. In the same period, it set up many institutions where thousands of Algerian children of Muslim parents were educated. The Association also published a monthly journal, the Al-Chihab and souheil Ben Badis contributed regularly to it between 1925 and his death in 1940. The journal informed its readers about the Association's ideas and thoughts on religious reform and spoke on other religious and political issues.