1962-2002 | His Scientific Legacy
Imam Yassine owed his erudition and prowess to his eagerness to seek knowledge from its diverse sources through persevering and continuous reading of books in all his actions.
In so doing, he started his course of writing with a range of pedagogical works related to the field of education and teaching, including his two books: “On Education” (1963) and “The Pedagogical Texts” (1963). He then moved to Islamic writings, notably his first two books entitled respectively: “Islam between the Appeal and the State” (1972) and “Tomorrow Islam!” (1973) which laid down the fundaments for the project of the theory of “The Prophetic Method [al-Minhāj an-Nabawi]”. It is a dual-purpose project, with its ultimate goal to accompany the individual human being in one’s journey towards His Creator and at the same time mobilizing the potential of the entire umma in favor of the fulfillment of the second heralded Caliphate on the model of the Prophetic method.