An author has selected forty short hadiths tackling various religious subjects to present to young Muslims so that they can memorize and learn their meanings. it's called collection Al-Arba'ūn al-Wildāniyyah as the hadiths are primarily catered to Muslim children. Every one of these forty hadiths is highly authentic, as they are narrated by one or both of the top two scholars of hadith sciences: Al-Bukhari and Muslim. May God bestow mercy on their souls.
This book handles the issue of bid’ah (innovation in Islam) through the following points: (1) Categories of people who practice innovations (2) Satan’s attempts to destroy the son of Adam through seven phases (3) Completion of Islam (4) What is bid’ah? (5) The stance of Shari’ah regarding religious innovations (6) Statements of scholars who condemned bid’ah practices (7) Proofs used by some to support their devious practices (8) Reasons for spreading bid’ah (9) Prerequisites for acceptance of good deeds (10) Dangers of bid’ah.
The call of God, the Great, the Self-Exalted that is repeated to listeners five times - during day and night - so that it may enter their hearts, speak to their souls about its meanings and details, and take the soul from inattention to awareness, from darkness to total light in this life and in the Hereafter, and from clear loss to success and truimph...
What Brought Them To Islam?
This humble work sheds light on the personality of a great prophet, Prophet Jesus, son of Mary (peace be upon them both). It details his characteristics, and clarifies all the doubts about his personality by clearly referring the reader to specific references in the Bible and other Islamic sources.
This booklet sheds light on the basic characteristics of those main two sources of Islamic teachings. Also included is a discussion on the Islamic moral system. Islam has unique moral teachings. They call towards the strengthening of the relationship between humans and their Lord, as well as with one another. They also call for people to correct and straighten themselves, both inwardly and outwardly.
This booklet will shed light on some of its main aspects.
In this little booklet, light is shed on various proofs that the Bible, which was revealed to Jesus was widely altered; whereas, the Qur’an is wholly preserved, and hence it is the only reliable source of divine teachings in the hands of people today that can described as ’the word of Allah’.
This book and its twin Muhammad in the Bible prove to the fair reader that Jesus indicated the advent of Prophet Muhammad, and that the latter revived the teachings brought by the former.
To be more specific, amongst the doctrines which the followers of Jesus (‘alayhi as-salâm - peace be upon him) have inherited across centuries is the belief in ’the original sin’. This booklet discusses the reality of this belief from both theoretical and logical point of views.
Simply and logically, this book sheds light on biblical proofs that Muhammad is a true Prophet of Allah, who was prophesised about by his directly-preceding Prophet Jesus (‘alayhi as-salâm - peace be upon him).
This book is a humble attempt to help settle some of the common doubts and misconceptions people have about the great religion of Islam. A religion that has captured the hearts of hundreds of millions of people around the world and answered their questions about the unseen. It is hoped that, with the simple explanation of the topics in this book, I can reach the inner conscience of all brothers and sisters in humanity and show them the truth about the final religion that has been revealed to mankind.
To place the love of any human being ahead of the love of His Messenger, Prophet Muhammad, is to forfeit one’s faith altogether. The Prophet says: ‘None of you truly attains to faith unless I am dearer to him than his parents, children and all mankind’. [Related by al-Bukhari].
In order to publish the biography of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and to facilitate the readers better understanding about his life, we offer these booklets.
These booklets consist of seven series of publications based on a book titled Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah. Each booklet covers an aspect of the Prophet’s life, deeds and teachings, and aims to provide a better understanding of Islam.
This booklet is the fifth in a series of publications based on a book titled Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah. Each booklet covers an aspect of the Prophet’s life, deeds and teachings and aims to provide a better understanding of Islam.
This booklet is the sixth in a series of publications based on a book titled Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah. Each booklet covers an aspect of the Prophet’s life, deeds and teachings and aims to provide a better understanding of Islam.
This booklet is the seventh in a series of publications based on a book titled, Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah. Each booklet covers an aspect of the Prophet’s life, deeds and teachings and aims to provide a better understanding of Islam. This booklet also includes the conclusion of the substantive argument in this series about the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) .
This book focuses on the biography of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and his humble life.This book covers an aspect of the Prophet’s life, deeds and teachings, and aims to provide a better understanding of Muhammad’s (Peace Be Upon Him) life and Islamic values.
The author wanted to show the reality and essence of Islam to remove the veil from the eyes of those who believe that Islam is only the religion of Arabs.The book also sheds light on the characteristics of Islam and its merits.
This book explains the concept of purification and that under Islam it is not limited to personal and physical purity but includes purifying oneself of sin and all disobedience of God. The book then discusses the detailed rules of physical purification.
This book, Bilal ibn Rabah: Islam's Attitude to Racial Discrimination, outlines the history of Bilal ibn Rabah, a former slave from Abyssinia who became a companion of the Prophet. Islam elevated his status and the Prophet gave him the happy news of being destined for heaven in the life to come.
The book makes clear that when the early Muslims overpowered major empires and took over vast areas, their motives were not to subjugate people or to enrich themselves.