Biography of Sheikh Badr-eddin Hassoun in a view

Publish date : Tuesday 5 December 2017 09:15
Code: 297181

Born in 1949, Syrian grand Mufti, Sheikh Ahmad Badreddin Hassoun received his degree in Arab literature and his PhD degree in Shafe’i Fiq’h from Al Azhar University. He was appointed as the mufti of Aleppo in 2002 before joining Syria’s Supreme Council of Muftis and becoming a member the seventh and eighth rounds of Syria’s Democratic Council.
Preacher of Al-Rowza Mosque in Aleppo also holds a distinguished PhD degree in Islamic Studies focusing his dissertation on a study of Kitab al-Umm, a law reference book in Islamic Shafi’i denomination. The study is in a ten-volume compilation of 4’500 pages.
Syria’s grand Mufti also holds an honorary PhD from Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University in Jakarta.
Social and charity activities:
  1. Launching Al-Furqan charity organization which supports 1’400 underprivileged Syrian families
    Directing charity center to promote health and social welfare in Aleppo providing service for some 1’400 people and also supplying specialist healthcare for the elderly in ten medical centers.
    Co-founder of ‘Al-Afia’ charity to aid underprivileged patients in need of surgeries
    Member of the committee supporting Palestinian Intifadha and resistance against Zionist plan on Judaization of al-Quds and destruction of Islamic and Christian sanctities
    Constant meetings with political and religious figures from western, American and Jewish boards discussing the rights and reality of Palestine with a focus on prevalence of peace without war and bloodshed
Most important thoughts, concerns:
  1. Constructive debates on benefits of lands and happiness of man
    Expressing the inclusiveness of Islam though numerous in denominations and ethnicities
    Laws on relations with man in shadow of dialogue among civilizations and cultural diversity as well as showing the humanitarian and global aspects of Islamic culture
    Endeavors to maintain the social status of all worshiping centers away from distraction, imitation and extremism
    Calls for legalization of religious and humanitarian dialogues in all grounds
    Calls to settle disagreements and hurdles on the way of tribes, ethnicities and thoughts in an attempt to achieve national solidarity
    Building relations between cultures to enrich human thoughts
    Endeavors for principle on relation between people and nations: Familiarization, cooperation and kindness rather than hatred, hostility, murder and bloodshed
Views on the issue of Palestine:
Syria’s Sheikh Badreddin Hassoun has spared no effort to express the rights of Palestinian people in their lands, in his meetings with political and religious figures, western and American envoys and also different religious boards of European youths.