Making Islam Available To Millions
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...
An introductory booklet on the rite of the Athan, published by Osoul Center.
The book discusses the life story of Prophet Jesus, the Son of Mary, Peace be upon both of them. It starts with the time before he was born, till he was ascended to heaven by Almighty Allah.
The Message of Islam begins by asserting the important fact that the faith of Islam, its worship, the rules governing people's transactions and all its teachings have remained exactly the same as they were taught by Prophet Muhammad.
This book has been published by Osoul Center and it talks about Women's rights In the Quran and in the Bible.
Ease and Tolerance: Two beautiful, intrinsic qualities of Islam.
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.
This book has been published by Osoul Center and it talks about 30 Hadiths (sayings of the prophet Muhammad peace be upon him) regarding laws for women
Book Outline for Osoul Books
Book Outline for Osoul Books - Non Muslim Category
Book Outline for Osoul Books - New Muslim Category
Concept of God in Major Religions
Inspirational, touching and Influential stories of New Muslims.
Jesus (son of Mary) is a prophet not God
Similarities and differences about the second coming of Jesus between Christians and Muslims. The Messiah at the end of times according to Judaism. The prophecies and portents in Islam of the descent of Jesus in the Quran and the prophetic narrations. The context of Jesus’ second coming, the trials and tribulations before it, the rise of the Mahdi and the advent of Maseeh ad-Dajjal (the False Messiah), and Jesus’ role killing him. After the False Messiah; the annulment of the false religions of the people of the book, the establishment of God’s nation under Jesus, and the invasion of the Gog and Magog. The end of Gog and Magog, followed by peace and plenty, a world without war, the universality of God’s True Religion, and the death of Jesus.