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Biography of Khaled Abu Shady

Khaled Abu Shady

Khaled Abu Shady is considered as one of the most devoted Kuwaiti Sheikhs, who consecrated their careers to the guidance of people and to advocacy. Our prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:” Beware! There is a piece of flesh in the body if it becomes good (reformed) the whole body becomes good but if it gets spoilt the whole body gets spoilt and that is the heart.” Sahih Bukhari.

Sheikh Khaled Abu Shady was born on Sunday, 18th March, 1973, in the province of “Al Gharbiya”, in the Kuwaiti village of “Tafahna El Ezzab”. It was there where he received his primary and secondary education, to join after that the Egyptian capital Cairo in order to pursue his University studies in the field of Pharmaceutical sciences.

After his graduation from the University of Pharmacy at the University of Cairo, Sheikh Khaled was able to cope between his work as a pharmacist and as an educational advocate, as he was able to organize several lectures and to publish a book and articles to raise awareness.

Throughout his advocacy career, Sheikh Khaled Abu Shady was able to enrich the Arabic libraries with a series of preaching books, such as “the race towards heaven”, where he talked about the qualities of those who win the race towards the afterlife and the obstacles they face, with ten commandments that help immediately to start the race. Also, he published a book called “the springs of hope” with two parts, the book “The first time I pray had another taste”, the book “with which heart we meet him”, where he tries to correct the hearts of Muslims to meet the Almighty Allah in their best state.

In the same context, Khaled Abu Shady published the book “together we create the next dawn”, the book “Doses of medication”, “the Veil has spoken”, “Bargains”, “A night between heaven and hell”, and other advocacy books. Besides that, he has several press contributions, as he published a series of articles, most notably “Turn the pages”, “Labbaik…”, “Prostration in Al Rawda”, as well as “Few breaths in few places”, etc…