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LAUNCH: Prescriptions for Physicians by Shaykh Muhammad Khalfan

Updated on 12 March 2018

Shaykh Muhammad Khalfan’s new book, entitled ‘Prescriptions for Physicians’ is now available on The WF Shop!

The book contains details of some of the most important religious directions that can regulate the work of every doctor in the best possible manner, but is not exclusive to physicians. This book is suitable for anyone interested in improving their health and contains 10 ‘prescriptions’ for doing so. In the book, Shaykh Khalfan unravels some of the religious guidelines and recommendations provided in the Qur’an and through teachings of different personalities, including the Holy Prophet (saw).

Prescriptions for Physicians was an eagerly awaited title and has already been receiving some fantastic reviews.

“Physician’s Prescription is required reading for anyone who wants to better understand the ways in which they can address their entire wellbeing, both physical and spiritual. Members of the medical profession will undoubtedly find plenty within these pages that might contribute to the effectiveness of their own practice.” – Al Haj Murtaza Bandali.

About the book, Shaykh Saeed Bahmanpour said “Prescriptions for Physicians is a book of ethics and etiquette not only for the physicians buy for all those who seek higher wisdom in life. It brings together philosophical knowledge and above all, the knowledge of the Qur’an and Ahlul Bayt”.

The book is available for just £6 from The WF Shop.

 

Also by Shaykh Muhammad Khalfan:

Seeking Light

Seeking Elevation


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