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Al-Wala' Wa'l-Bara' Part 1

Muhammad Saeed al-Qahtani

Part 1 of 3 - Al Wala Wal Bara is one of the key foundations of Islam, to love and hate for the sake of Allah and the alliance and enmity offered to Muslims and non-muslims according to the Quran and Sunnah. Sheikh Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtani details the limits and details of this important principle in this extensive dissertation. This book was originally submitted in the form of a thesis for Master’s Degree to the Department of ‘Aqeedah of Umm al-Qorah University in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. It [...]

Part 1 of 3 - Al Wala Wal Bara is one of the key foundations of Islam, to love and hate for the sake of Allah and the alliance and enmity offered to Muslims and non-muslims according to the Quran and Sunnah. Sheikh Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtani details the limits and details of this important principle in this extensive dissertation.

This book was originally submitted in the form of a thesis for Master’s Degree to the Department of ‘Aqeedah of Umm al-Qorah University in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. It is impossible to provide a literal translation in English of the words al-wala’ wa’ l-bara’, but the meaning of this Arabic term indicates, on the one hand, drawing near to what is pleasing to Allah and his Messenger and, on the other hand, withdrawing from what is displeasing to Allah and His Messenger, may Allah and His Messenger, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. [less]

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Al-Wala' Wa'l-Bara' Part 2

Muhammad Saeed al-Qahtani

Part 2 of 3 - Al Wala Wal Bara is one of the key foundations of Islam, to love and hate for the sake of Allah and the alliance and enmity offered to Muslims and non-muslims according to the Quran and Sunnah. Sheikh Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtani details the limits and details of this important principle in this extensive dissertation.

Part 2 of 3 - Al Wala Wal Bara is one of the key foundations of Islam, to love and hate for the sake of Allah and the alliance and enmity offered to Muslims and non-muslims according to the Quran and Sunnah. Sheikh Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtani details the limits and details of this important principle in this extensive dissertation. [less]

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Al-Wala' Wa'l-Bara' Part 3

Muhammad Saeed al-Qahtani

Part 3 of 3 - Al Wala Wal Bara is one of the key foundations of Islam, to love and hate for the sake of Allah and the alliance and enmity offered to Muslims and non-muslims according to the Quran and Sunnah. Sheikh Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtani details the limits and details of this important principle in this extensive dissertation

Part 3 of 3 - Al Wala Wal Bara is one of the key foundations of Islam, to love and hate for the sake of Allah and the alliance and enmity offered to Muslims and non-muslims according to the Quran and Sunnah. Sheikh Muhammad Saeed Al-Qahtani details the limits and details of this important principle in this extensive dissertation [less]

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'Aqidah Al Wasitiyah

Translated by Shakiel Humayun This is Shaykh al-‘Uthaymin’s abridged version of his lengthy work, Sharh al-‘Aqidah al-Wasitiyah, which is a formidable explanation of al-‘Aqidah al-Wasitiyah. Al-‘Aqidah al-Wasitiyah is the famous treatise written by Shaykh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah that clarifies the beliefs of ahl-us-sunnah wal-jama’ah. The renowned scholar Shaykh al-‘Uthaymin explains this treatise and provides valuable points of benefit. It is a must for all those who are interested [...]

Translated by Shakiel Humayun

This is Shaykh al-‘Uthaymin’s abridged version of his lengthy work, Sharh al-‘Aqidah al-Wasitiyah, which is a formidable explanation of al-‘Aqidah al-Wasitiyah.

Al-‘Aqidah al-Wasitiyah is the famous treatise written by Shaykh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah that clarifies the beliefs of ahl-us-sunnah wal-jama’ah. The renowned scholar Shaykh al-‘Uthaymin explains this treatise and provides valuable points of benefit. It is a must for all those who are interested in learning about the Islamic ‘aqidah in depth.

From the Table of Contents - al-‘Aqidah al-Wasitiyah
- The ‘Aqidah (Beliefs) of Ahl as-Sunnah wa al-Jama’ah
- The Methodology of Ahl As-Sunnah Concerning Allah’s Names and Attributes
Distortions
Denial
Description and Comparison and their Differences
The Ruling on these Four Aforementioned Crimes
The Obligation Towards the Texts of Allah’s Names and Attributes Deviance……
- Allah’s Names and Attributes in the Qur’an
The Grammatical Forms in which the Attributes of the Hands and the Eyes
Have Been Mentioned……
- Allah’s Names and Attributes in the Sunnah
- The Moderateness of this Ummah
- The Belief of What Happens After Death
The Last Day
The Trial of the Grave
The Position of Ahl as-Sunnah Concerning the Pleasure and Punishment of the Grave…
The Standing
The Gathering of Mankind
Events that will occur on the Day of Standing,
The Specific Intercession of the Prophet Muhammad SAWS is of two Types
The General Intercession is of Two Types
- The Belief in the Decree and Qadr
- Iman
- The Companions of the Prophet SAWS
- The Family of the Prophet Those Who Went Astray Concerning the ahl al-bayt
- The Wives of the Prophet SAWS
- The Position of Ahl as-Sunnah Concerning Differences and Tribulations, which Occurred between the Companions
The Position of Ahl as-Sunnah Concerning the Mentioned Narrations of the Companions
The Inerrancy of the Companions
- The Position of Ahl as-Sunnah Concerning the Miracles of the Awliya
The Miracles of the Awliya
The Wali and the Meaning of Miracle
- The Methodology of Ahl as-Sunnah wa al-Jama’ah concerning their conduct and knowledge
The Matters by Which the Ahl as-Sunnah wa al-Jama’ah Weigh What the People are Upon in Regards to Beliefs, Actions, and Characters
The Truthful Ones, Martyrs, Righteous Ones, and Replacements
The Victorious Group Until the Establishment of the Hour and What is Meant by Its Establishment
- al-‘Aqidah al-Wasitiyah (Arabic Text) [less]

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Authentic Creed & the Invalidators of Islam, The

Abdul-Aziz bin Abdullah bin Baz

The most important matter for every Muslim is the correctness of his beliefs. Islam established on the basis of sound creed and it opposes all false superstitions and erroneous systems of belief. Thus, it is essential for every Muslim to make certain that his beliefs are correct and in accordance with the Quran and authentic Sunnah of the Prophet (S). This small but important book covers all basic information and we hope that readers will recognize the importance of this treaties by Shaikh Ibn [...]

The most important matter for every Muslim is the correctness of his beliefs. Islam established on the basis of sound creed and it opposes all false superstitions and erroneous systems of belief. Thus, it is essential for every Muslim to make certain that his beliefs are correct and in accordance with the Quran and authentic Sunnah of the Prophet (S). This small but important book covers all basic information and we hope that readers will recognize the importance of this treaties by Shaikh Ibn Baz. [less]

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Beautiful Names & Attritbutes of Allaah, The

Muhammad Ibn Salih Al-'Uthaymeen

The pristine beliefs of the early Muslims are preserved in this vitally important masterpiece written by one of the most outstanding scholars of our time, Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al Uthaymeen. This new revised edition by Dar-us-Salam has been printed in full colour with hardback bounding for an excellent presentation. Seven clear principles and their evidences from the Book and the Sunnah guide the reader through the confusion and false claims of the ignorant to the clarity of belief in ALLAH [...]

The pristine beliefs of the early Muslims are preserved in this vitally important masterpiece written by one of the most outstanding scholars of our time, Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al Uthaymeen. This new revised edition by Dar-us-Salam has been printed in full colour with hardback bounding for an excellent presentation.

Seven clear principles and their evidences from the Book and the Sunnah guide the reader through the confusion and false claims of the ignorant to the clarity of belief in ALLAH's Names accomplished by the righteous early scholars of Islam. Principle 6 contains the shaikh's compilation of the ninety-nine (99) names of Allah. The names have been compiled into 2 categories: first from the Book of Allah & second from the Sunnah of the Prophet صلی الله علیه وآلهِ وسلم. All the names have been printed in Arabic with transliteration and English translation. Each name is printed beautifully in a square box with 6 boxes on a page.

Seven more principles and their evidences follow, giving the reader firm understanding of the correct beliefs about ALLAH's Attributes. Four more principles outline the correct approach in studying the related proofs and evidences.

All of this leads the reader into an enthralling series of refutations of the false notions of the Ash'aree sect, a text-by-text breakdown of how and why they went wrong in a careful and precise study of fifteen texts from the Book and the Sunnah. The beliefs of the Ash'aree sect are destroyed and the origins of their deviation are exposed for all to see.

'A magnificent book a clarification of the creed of the righteous Salaf concerning the Names and Attributes great principles and collective benefits concerning the topic' - Shaykh Ibn Baaz. [less]

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Belief in Allah

'Umar S. al-Ashqar

2005    480 pages    (International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH))

Book 1 from the Islamic Creed Series In this first of his eight-volume Islamic Creed Series, Dr. ‘Umar al-Ashqar discusses the mistaken ideas that have crept into Muslim thinking concerning Allah and His attributes, and highlights the fact that the only correct way to understand the verses of the Qur’an and the hadiths which speak of Allah and His attributes is the way in which they were understood by the first generations of this Ummah (the 'salaf'). Dr. al-Ashqar also examines modern [...]

Book 1 from the Islamic Creed Series
In this first of his eight-volume Islamic Creed Series, Dr. ‘Umar al-Ashqar discusses the mistaken ideas that have crept into Muslim thinking concerning Allah and His attributes, and highlights the fact that the only correct way to understand the verses of the Qur’an and the hadiths which speak of Allah and His attributes is the way in which they were understood by the first generations of this Ummah (the 'salaf'). Dr. al-Ashqar also examines modern concepts, such as the theory of evolution, and proves that they are wrong and false. Following the Qur’anic injunction to ponder the signs of Allah in the universe, he pays attention to the study of natural phenomena which clearly point to the existence and Oneness of the Almighty Creator. Thus Dr. al-Ashqar affirms the principle which lies as the heart of Islamic faith and practice, namely tawheed (the creed that there is none worthy of worship other than Allah), the Absolute Oneness of the Divine Through divine revelation and explicit examples led by the Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him), we are reassured of Allah’s existence and glory. His attributes are clearly described in this book, giving you a better understanding of, and insha’Allah a stronger bond with, our Creator, as the power of tawheed acts as a vehicle in our mission to strengthen our personal relationship with Allah the Almighty. Allah's characteristics are explained and referenced clearly in this book. Relevant discussions regarding philosophical proof found in the Qur’an and the Sunnah allow room to answer all questions and remove all doubts concerning this fundamental belief in God and the implications it has on how we live our lives. These basic precepts of religion remain true for all time and every generation. This Islamic Creed Series of books is translated into English by Nasiruddin al-Khattab. [less]

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Beneficial Elementary Principles in Tawheed, Fiqh & 'Aqeedah, The

Abu 'Abdir-Rahman Yahyaa Ibn 'Ali Al-Hajooree

The shaykh wrote this book for his children and its simple question and answer style is most easy for even young children to understand

The shaykh wrote this book for his children and its simple question and answer style is most easy for even young children to understand [less]

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Book of Faith (Kitab Al Iman)

Ibn Taymiyyah

Book of Faith represents the first complete English translation of the important and well-known work Kitab Al-Iman, written by the renowned scholar Ibn Taymiyyah. The concept of Iman, faith, is fundamental to Islam. Iman has served to define the nature of Muslim life and the essence of the religion as a whole. Ibn Taymiyyah’s own deep conviction and understanding of Iman is based on the interpretations of the Quran, Hadith, sayings and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), and the conduct of [...]

Book of Faith represents the first complete English translation of the important and well-known work Kitab Al-Iman, written by the renowned scholar Ibn Taymiyyah. The concept of Iman, faith, is fundamental to Islam. Iman has served to define the nature of Muslim life and the essence of the religion as a whole.

Ibn Taymiyyah’s own deep conviction and understanding of Iman is based on the interpretations of the Quran, Hadith, sayings and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), and the conduct of the pious ancestors of the first three Islamic centuries . Ibn Taymiyyah was born in Syria on 22 January (661/1263). Throughout history, he is considered one of the very few distinguished scholars of Islam. From an early age, Ibn Taymiyyah was firmly grounded in Islamic traditional education, with emphasis on the Quran Hadith, and the Arabic language. His prolific works have served to reaffirm traditional Islamic understanding. Ibn Taymiyyah’s scholarly contributions resulted in numerous books and treaties. [less]

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Book of Tawheed, The

Shaykh Saleh al-Fozan

(Darussalam)

Allah, the Exalted, has brought the Creation into existence for the purpose of worshiping Him. Proper worship depends mainly on the soundness of the Aqeedah of Tawheed, or the belief in the Oneness of Allah. Understanding the concept of Tawhid (Monotheism), on the other hand, helps the Muslim know his Rubb better, this knowledge makes him more conscious and fearful of Allah, and more hopeful of His Mercy. This book defines the concept of Tauhid, and exposes dubious beliefs and improper rituals [...]

Allah, the Exalted, has brought the Creation into existence for the purpose of worshiping Him. Proper worship depends mainly on the soundness of the Aqeedah of Tawheed, or the belief in the Oneness of Allah. Understanding the concept of Tawhid (Monotheism), on the other hand, helps the Muslim know his Rubb better, this knowledge makes him more conscious and fearful of Allah, and more hopeful of His Mercy.

This book defines the concept of Tauhid, and exposes dubious beliefs and improper rituals that are conducive to Shirk, the gravest of all sins which condemns man to eternal torment in Hell. It also discusses the status of the Prophet (S) and the incumbency of loving and reverting him. In brief, this book is a must for every Muslim. [less]

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Categories of Tawheed

'Abdur-Razzak al-'Abbaad

The Beneficial Summary in Clarifying the Evidences for the Categories of Tawheed. This is a much needed book that explains where the three well-known categories of Tawheed (ar-Ruboobiyyah, al-Uloohiyyah and al-Asmaa` was-Sifaat) are derived from. Shaykh 'Abdur-Razzaaq brings proofs from the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger, as well as many statements and explanations from the Scholars of the past and present demonstrating that these three categories of Tawheed are derived soundly, [...]

The Beneficial Summary in Clarifying the Evidences for the Categories of Tawheed.

This is a much needed book that explains where the three well-known categories of Tawheed (ar-Ruboobiyyah, al-Uloohiyyah and al-Asmaa` was-Sifaat) are derived from. Shaykh 'Abdur-Razzaaq brings proofs from the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger, as well as many statements and explanations from the Scholars of the past and present demonstrating that these three categories of Tawheed are derived soundly, through careful study, from the authentic sources of Islam. [less]

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Causes Behind the Increase & Decrease of Eemaan

'Abdur-Razzak al-'Abbaad

The lofty rank and high station eemaan possesses is not something obscure, as it in unquestionably, the most important duty as well as being the most imperative of all obgligations. It is also the greatest and most glorious of them. All the good in the world and the Hereafter is dependant upon the presence of eemaan and on its soundness and integrety. It is within this context, that those certain fold embarked upon and competed with each other in directing their attention to trying to actualise [...]

The lofty rank and high station eemaan possesses is not something obscure, as it in unquestionably, the most important duty as well as being the most imperative of all obgligations. It is also the greatest and most glorious of them. All the good in the world and the Hereafter is dependant upon the presence of eemaan and on its soundness and integrety. It is within this context, that those certain fold embarked upon and competed with each other in directing their attention to trying to actualise and fulfil eemaan.

Since, the Muslim, to whom Allaah grants success, his concern for his eemaan is greater than any other concern he may have – and this must be so. When this became evident to the Pious Predecessors of this nation, the first and best of this ummah, their concern for their eemaan was very eminent and the attention they gave to it was enormous. They, (may Allaah be pleased and have mercy upon them) used to tend to their eemaan, inspect their actions, and give each other advice. [less]

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Commentary on Al-'Aqidah Al-Wasitiyyah Vol. 1

Muhammad Bin Salih Al-Uthaimeen

Written in response to a request from a Shafi'i Judge from Wasit, Iraq, ibn Taymiyyah penned this creed encapsulating the belief taught by the Prophet Muhammad صلی الله علیه وآله وسلم. In his own words. The eminent scholar of Islam, Sheikh-ul-Islam Imam Ibn Taimiyah, discusses the real & original faith of Islam according to the Qur'an & Sunnah. It deals with the perfect and undefiled Islamic Faith and Creed of the As-Salaf-As-Salih (Pious Predecessors) particularly in [...]

Written in response to a request from a Shafi'i Judge from Wasit, Iraq, ibn Taymiyyah penned this creed encapsulating the belief taught by the Prophet Muhammad صلی الله علیه وآله وسلم. In his own words. The eminent scholar of Islam, Sheikh-ul-Islam Imam Ibn Taimiyah, discusses the real & original faith of Islam according to the Qur'an & Sunnah. It deals with the perfect and undefiled Islamic Faith and Creed of the As-Salaf-As-Salih (Pious Predecessors) particularly in regards to ALLAH's names and attributes, with solid arguments in brief words and terminologies. The book is highly appreciated by the scholars for its brevity as well as comprehensiveness; and for its contents produced in line with the Qur'an and Sunnah in an appealing and manifest. [less]

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Commentary on Al-'Aqidah Al-Wasitiyyah Vol. 2

Muhammad Bin Salih Al-Uthaimeen

A detailed commentary/explanation of the famous writing of Shaikh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, al-Aqeedatul-Wasitiyah, done by the noble Shaykh, Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen (Rahimahumullaah).

A detailed commentary/explanation of the famous writing of Shaikh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, al-Aqeedatul-Wasitiyah, done by the noble Shaykh, Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen (Rahimahumullaah). [less]

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Concise Commentary on the Book of Tawhid

Dr. Salih Al-Fawzan

This book gives a clear explanation of the Muslim sound Creed which is the core of the religion of Islam, as the belief in Tawhid (monotheism) is the purpose for which Allah created both mankind and jinn, and thus, those whose belief in Tawhid is corrupt, are not considered Muslims. It is a commentary on the Book of Tawhid written by Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab. In this book, Dr. Salih al Fawzan has projected light on doctrinal issues of utmost importance in a genuine and reader-friendly [...]

This book gives a clear explanation of the Muslim sound Creed which is the core of the religion of Islam, as the belief in Tawhid (monotheism) is the purpose for which Allah created both mankind and jinn, and thus, those whose belief in Tawhid is corrupt, are not considered Muslims. It is a commentary on the Book of Tawhid written by Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab. In this book, Dr. Salih al Fawzan has projected light on doctrinal issues of utmost importance in a genuine and reader-friendly style. This translated version of the book fulfills a long-standing need on the part of English-speaking Muslims for a brief, introductory book in Tawhid. It is a valuable book for novice readers, be they Muslims or non-Muslims, who do not have thorough knowledge of the sound creed, The chapters of this book focus on major issues in Tawhid such as the definition of Tawhid, virtue of Tawhid, warning against acts of shirk (polytheism), the Prophet's Maintenance of monotheism, and other topics. Dr. Salih al Fawzan (born in 1935) has obtained a PhD in Islamic jurisprudence and has a high profile in teaching jurisprudence. He is a member of many academic institutions including the Board of Senior Ulema, the Permanent Committee for Fatwa and Research. He has written more than sixty published works covering Muslim Creed, Islamic jurisprudence and Muslim's conduct. [less]

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Creed of Sahabah, The

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Critical Study of Shirk , A

Abu Ammar Yasir Qadhi

An Explanation of Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab's Kash al-Shubuhat. This work, which is a detailed explanation of one of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab's most important works, deals with explaining and refuting the evidences that were used by certain Muslim groups of his time to justify acts of shirk (the act of associating partners with Allah). It is entitled Kash al-Shubuhat, which literally translates as: 'the clearing of doubts.' Ibn Abd al-Wahhab intended in this work to expose the falsity and [...]

An Explanation of Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab's Kash al-Shubuhat.

This work, which is a detailed explanation of one of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab's most important works, deals with explaining and refuting the evidences that were used by certain Muslim groups of his time to justify acts of shirk (the act of associating partners with Allah). It is entitled Kash al-Shubuhat, which literally translates as: 'the clearing of doubts.' Ibn Abd al-Wahhab intended in this work to expose the falsity and spaciousness of these arguments by proving that the pagans whom the Prophet (pbuh) fought utilized the exact same arguments and fell prey to the same reasoning as these modern practitioners of shirk did. It is one of the most advanced works on the subject, and over a dozen different arguments and evidences used to justify shirk are presented and then refuted.

In order to maximize the benefit of this work, introductory sections concerning other aspects of shirk not mentioned by Ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab have been added by the author. To this end, the work discusses the definitions of shirk, the importance of knowing shirk, the difference between shirk and kufr, the types and categories of shirk, the history of shirk, the evils and futility of shirk, the causes of shirk, and other related topics. In addition, a brief biography of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab is included as a preface to the text of this book.

This work is undoubtedly the most comprehensive study in the English language of shirk, and hence an essential book for those who wish to understand this great evil known to man [less]

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Divine Will & Predestination

'Umar S. al-Ashqar

2005    160 pages    (International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH))

Part 8 in the Islamic Creed Series The will and decree of Allah: Is this a matter which is directly relevant to the day-to-day life of the Muslim, or is it an obscure topic best left to the debates of philosophers and theologians? Does it imply that Muslims are ‘fatalists’ who see themselves as helpless in the hands of an indifferent fate? Attitudes towards divine will and predestination have always influenced Muslims’ daily activities. In this final volume of his eight-volume Islamic [...]

Part 8 in the Islamic Creed Series

The will and decree of Allah: Is this a matter which is directly relevant to the day-to-day life of the Muslim, or is it an obscure topic best left to the debates of philosophers and theologians? Does it imply that Muslims are ‘fatalists’ who see themselves as helpless in the hands of an indifferent fate? Attitudes towards divine will and predestination have always influenced Muslims’ daily activities. In this final volume of his eight-volume Islamic Creed Series, Dr. ‘Umar al-Ashqar explores this topic in depth, explaining it in clear terms for the ordinary Muslim. Drawing always on the Qur’an and the Sunnah, and on the words of the greatest scholars of Islam such as Ibn Taymiyah, he covers some of the historical debates that took place within the Ummah on this matter. The true Islamic concept of divine will and predestination is an empowering notion. While all that happens takes place within the framework of the divine will, people have freedom of choice within those parameters. This is a matter which is of interest and concern for all Muslims, one which will bring many benefits, both in this world and in the hereafter. This Islamic Creed Series of books has been translated into English by Nasiruddin al-Khattab. [less]

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Eeman & Obstacles in the Path of Eeman

Abd Al Rahman Al-Sa'di

The book consists of two separate but related treatises. In the first treatise, Shaikh Abdur-Rahman As-Sa’di poses and answers 22 questions about Eemaan and its related affairs. In the second treatise the author discusses ten things that prevent many people from embracing true faith, mentioning proofs and examples from the Book of Allaah for each one.

The book consists of two separate but related treatises. In the first treatise, Shaikh Abdur-Rahman As-Sa’di poses and answers 22 questions about Eemaan and its related affairs. In the second treatise the author discusses ten things that prevent many people from embracing true faith, mentioning proofs and examples from the Book of Allaah for each one. [less]

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Essentials of Bid'ah

Az-Zahraanee, Khaalid

Essentials of Bid'ah forms the second and the third section of the book titled: Da'watu Ahl-Bid'ah (Inviting the People Of Innovations). In a very concise manner Shaykh Khalid bin Ahmad Az Zahraanee expounded on both the lexical and juristic meaning of the word Bid'ah, it's evil effects and the words of disparagement, categories of Bid'ah, dealing with the people of Bid'ah, that has been mentioned in the Qur'an, the Sunnah of the Prophet, the statements and actions of the Companions and those [...]

Essentials of Bid'ah forms the second and the third section of the book titled: Da'watu Ahl-Bid'ah (Inviting the People Of Innovations). In a very concise manner Shaykh Khalid bin Ahmad Az Zahraanee expounded on both the lexical and juristic meaning of the word Bid'ah, it's evil effects and the words of disparagement, categories of Bid'ah, dealing with the people of Bid'ah, that has been mentioned in the Qur'an, the Sunnah of the Prophet, the statements and actions of the Companions and those who follow in their footsteps from the scholars over time regarding Bid'ah and its people. [less]

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Explanation of a Summary of al-'Aqeedatul Hamawiyyah of Ibn Taymiyyah

Muhammad Ibn Salih Al-'Uthaymeen

One of the works on this subject is his "al-Fatwaa al-Hamawiyyah" which he wrote as an answer to a question presented to him in the Hijrah year of 698 from Hamaah, a place in ash-Shaam. In it, he was asked what the scholars and Imaams of the religion say concerning the Aayaat and the Ahaadeeth of the Sifaat, or the attributes and characteristics of Allaah. So he answered in about 83 pages and due to which, he suffered trials and afflictions. May Allaah reward him on behalf of Islaam and the [...]

One of the works on this subject is his "al-Fatwaa al-Hamawiyyah" which he wrote as an answer to a question presented to him in the Hijrah year of 698 from Hamaah, a place in ash-Shaam. In it, he was asked what the scholars and Imaams of the religion say concerning the Aayaat and the Ahaadeeth of the Sifaat, or the attributes and characteristics of Allaah. So he answered in about 83 pages and due to which, he suffered trials and afflictions. May Allaah reward him on behalf of Islaam and the Muslims with the best of rewards. Due to the difficulty in understanding and comprehending this answer from many readers, I wanted to summarize the most important points from it along with some other needed additions. I have named it "Fathu Rabb-il-Bariyyah bi-Talkhees al-Hamawiyyah." [less]

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Explanation of Kitab Al-Tawhid, An

Abd Al Rahman Al-Sa'di

This book is a brief yet extremely beneficial explanation of Muhammad ibn Abdal Wahab’s famous Kitab al Tawhid. The book, as the title suggests, deals with the subject of worshipping Allah alone without associating partners with Him. The author highlights many matters that have become common among Muslims even though they are clearly acts of shirk or associating partners with Allah. Not only is this book distinguished due to the importance of the subject matter but also due to the methodology [...]

This book is a brief yet extremely beneficial explanation of Muhammad ibn Abdal Wahab’s famous Kitab al Tawhid. The book, as the title suggests, deals with the subject of worshipping Allah alone without associating partners with Him. The author highlights many matters that have become common among Muslims even though they are clearly acts of shirk or associating partners with Allah. Not only is this book distinguished due to the importance of the subject matter but also due to the methodology adopted by the author for which he is well known. The reader will find that the majority of the book consists of verses of the Qur’an, ahadith of the Prophet (pbuh), and sayings of the early Muslims.

The explanation presented at the end of each chapter of Kitab al-Tawhid is that of the renowned scholars Allamah Abd al-Rahman al-Sa’di, counted among the major scholars of recent times. He was born in al-Qasim, Saudi Arabia, in the year 1307 AH, and from a young age became engrossed in the attainment of knowledge. His dedication and thirst for knowledge led him to become an authority in many of the Islamic sciences as is evident from the books that he authored. He passed away in the year 1376 AH, may Allah have mercy on him. [less]

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Explanation of Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Wahhab's Four Principles of Shirk, An

Abu Ammar Yasir Qadhi

An Explanation of Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab's Four Principles of Shirk By Abu Ammar Yasir Qadhi In this book, the author explains the dangerous concept of shrik through four simple principles. The sin of shirk - or associating partners with Allah - is the most reprehensible act that a person can do. It is for this reason that this sin is the one sin that Allah has promised He will never forgive. Unfortunately, many Muslims who are unaware of the reality of shirk fall into it out of ignorance. [...]

An Explanation of Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab's Four Principles of Shirk By Abu Ammar Yasir Qadhi In this book, the author explains the dangerous concept of shrik through four simple principles. The sin of shirk - or associating partners with Allah - is the most reprehensible act that a person can do. It is for this reason that this sin is the one sin that Allah has promised He will never forgive. Unfortunately, many Muslims who are unaware of the reality of shirk fall into it out of ignorance. This short treatise is an ideal work for the Muslim in order to understand the essence of shirk, and thus essential reading for the one who wishes to avoid falling into the greatest trap of Shaytan. The explanation of the work of Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Wahhab has been taken from the works of Ibn Jibrin, Salih Al al-Shaykh, and other major scholars [less]

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Explanation of the Creed

al-Barbahaaree

This is an English translation of Imaam al-Barbahaaree's classic work, Sharh as-Sunnah. The book consists of 170 points on different aspects of the Muslim creed. Extensive notes have been provided, giving relevant passages of the Qur'an and authentic sayings of the Prophet. Ample sayings of the early scholars have also been included. In every age, there has been a noble company of scholars who stood firm and expended great efforts in defending the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger [...]

This is an English translation of Imaam al-Barbahaaree's classic work, Sharh as-Sunnah. The book consists of 170 points on different aspects of the Muslim creed. Extensive notes have been provided, giving relevant passages of the Qur'an and authentic sayings of the Prophet. Ample sayings of the early scholars have also been included. In every age, there has been a noble company of scholars who stood firm and expended great efforts in defending the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger and in refuting the people of innovated beliefs, innovation, deviation and misguidance. At the head of them towards the end of the third century and the beginning of the fourth was the Imaam who aided the Sunnah and subdued innovation: Abu Muhammad al-Hasan ibn 'Alee al-Barbahaaree One of the Students on Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal

Imaam Abu Muhammad Al-Barbahaaree
Imaam Al-Barbahaaree, rahimahullaah was a formidable and imposing Imaam of the 4th centuty Hijri who spoke out with the truth and called to the Sunnah and to the following of narrations. He also had renown and the respect of the ruler. In his gatherings, various circles for the study of hadeeth, the narrations and Fiqh were held. These were attended by many of the scholars of hadeeth and fiqh.
The scholar, Abu 'Abdillaah said: "If you see a person of Baghdaad loving Abul-Hasan Ibn Bashshaar and Abu Muhammad Al-Barbahaaree, then know that he is a person of the Sunnah."
The Imam Died in 329 Hijri [less]

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Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles of Islaam

Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-Uthaymeen

This is the English translation of Sharh Thalaathul-Usool by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih Al-Uthaymeen. This is an explanation of the booklet Thalaathul-Usool ("The Three Principles") by Shaykh Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Wahhaab, rahimatullah, who wrote this in order to convey to every Muslim that which is obligatory upon him to know - in fact, the "three principles" are based on the three questions that we will all be asked in our graves. As such this book will be beneficial for everyone.

This is the English translation of Sharh Thalaathul-Usool by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih Al-Uthaymeen. This is an explanation of the booklet Thalaathul-Usool ("The Three Principles") by Shaykh Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Wahhaab, rahimatullah, who wrote this in order to convey to every Muslim that which is obligatory upon him to know - in fact, the "three principles" are based on the three questions that we will all be asked in our graves. As such this book will be beneficial for everyone. [less]

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Explanation to the Beautiful & Perfect Names of Allah

Abd Al Rahman Al-Sa'di

This treatise has been extracted from the opening words of Shaykh as-Sa'di, to his tafsir of the Quran, Tafsir al Karim al Rahman, in which he succinctly and beautifully explains those names of Allah that occur in the Quran. After each explanation the translator has added some verses of the Quran showing the usage of the particular name in question.

This treatise has been extracted from the opening words of Shaykh as-Sa'di, to his tafsir of the Quran, Tafsir al Karim al Rahman, in which he succinctly and beautifully explains those names of Allah that occur in the Quran. After each explanation the translator has added some verses of the Quran showing the usage of the particular name in question. [less]

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Friends of Allah & The Friends of Shaytan, The

Ibn Taymiyyah

The Decisive Criterion between the Awliyaa of The Most Merciful and the Awliyaa of Shaytaan Indeed the enmity between man and Shaytaan is old, commencing from the time that Adam (alayhi as-salaam) was created from the time he was ordered to prostrate to him. Shaytaan refused, become arrogant and hence disobeyed his Lord. His arrogance and pride let him to commit a whole host of sins, it made him expend every effort in misleading the children of Adam and made him beautify and embellish sins such [...]

The Decisive Criterion between the Awliyaa of The Most Merciful and the Awliyaa of Shaytaan Indeed the enmity between man and Shaytaan is old, commencing from the time that Adam (alayhi as-salaam) was created from the time he was ordered to prostrate to him. Shaytaan refused, become arrogant and hence disobeyed his Lord. His arrogance and pride let him to commit a whole host of sins, it made him expend every effort in misleading the children of Adam and made him beautify and embellish sins such that they accepted them and eagerly committed them. Books sent the Messenger and enjoined His servants to various injunctions and admonitions in order to secure them from the evil of Shaytaan. In the light of His advice, profound injunctions and admonitions in order to secure them from the evil of Shaytaan. In the light of His advice, profound injunctions and sever warnings, mankind becomes separated into two groups: a group who were guided and a group who deserved to be misguided. The groups who were guided are the inhabitants of Paradise and the groups who were misguided are the denizens of the Fire. The inhabitants of Paradise are the Awliyaa of the Most Merciful and the denizens of the Fire are the Awliyaa of Shaytaan [less]

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Fundamentals of Islamic Creed, The

Abu Ja'far at-Tahawi

The textual material of this book, although a short discourse, is compressed with meaning. It follows the methodology of the pious predecessors and is framed in words that can neither be easily misinterpreted nor will soon empty out their meaning to become sterile.The commentator of this work, Sadruddin 'Ali b. 'Ali b. Muhammad b. 'Ali al-‘Izz al-Adhru’I (721-79 A.H.), was also a Hanafiyy scholar. He was the Chief Justice of the Dimashq (Damascus) province. Subsequently, he became the Chief [...]

The textual material of this book, although a short discourse, is compressed with meaning. It follows the methodology of the pious predecessors and is framed in words that can neither be easily misinterpreted nor will soon empty out their meaning to become sterile.The commentator of this work, Sadruddin 'Ali b. 'Ali b. Muhammad b. 'Ali al-‘Izz al-Adhru’I (721-79 A.H.), was also a Hanafiyy scholar. He was the Chief Justice of the Dimashq (Damascus) province. Subsequently, he became the Chief Justice of the Egyptian provinces. Some time later he returned to Dimashq in the same capacity. He was one of the students of the famous commentator, Hafiz Ibn Kathir. Ibn Hajr al-'Asqalani has presented his short biography in the third volume of his "Al-Durar al-Kaminah fi A'yan al-Mi 'ah al-Thaminah." We felt however, that this excellent commentary needed some editing and abridgement to make it more effective for the training of the new generations. For this, the abridgement done by 'Abdul Mun'im Saleh al-'Izzi was adopted. It was first published in 1401 A.H. by the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Trusts of the United Arab Emirates.'Abdul's Mun'im's abridgement makes it easy for a layman to understand. It is also suitable for Islamic institutions to prescribe for their courses. It could also be used for studies conducted in mosques, or in youth circles. Accordingly, some material no longer relevant today has been deleted. An example is the arguments put forward for refuting the thoughts of the Mu'tazilah sect. Repetitive statements have also been dropped. Likewise, where several proofs were offered in refutation they have been cut short to a few. But nothing from the text of al-Tahawi has been removed. [less]

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Fundamentals of Tawheed, The

Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips

In 'Fundamentals of Tawheed: Islamic Monotheism', Dr. Bilal Philips provides a simple yet comprehensive explanation of the concept of the Oneness of Allah, the core of the Islamic faith. Without Tawḥeed, our actions and worship would be rendered null and void. This book about Tawheed gives us the information necessary to fully understand Allah's Oneness and recognize the practices that go against it. At the same time, Dr. Bilal Philips also gives a detailed explanation of the opposite of [...]

In 'Fundamentals of Tawheed: Islamic Monotheism', Dr. Bilal Philips provides a simple yet comprehensive explanation of the concept of the Oneness of Allah, the core of the Islamic faith. Without Tawḥeed, our actions and worship would be rendered null and void.

This book about Tawheed gives us the information necessary to fully understand Allah's Oneness and recognize the practices that go against it. At the same time, Dr. Bilal Philips also gives a detailed explanation of the opposite of Tawheed, which is Shirk! [less]

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Gift for the Intellects in Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles of Islaam, A

'Ubaid ibn Abdullaah Al-Jaabiree

The book before you is an explanation of a concise yet great work written by a noble Scholar of Islam from the twelth century of Islam, known as Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhaab. He compiled this work, called 'The Three Fundamental Principles' in order to make clear to the people the core and fundamental principles upon which Islam is established. Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhaab took these principles from the texts of Qur’an and pure Prophetic Sunnah, as well as the Companions and those who [...]

The book before you is an explanation of a concise yet great work written by a noble Scholar of Islam from the twelth century of Islam, known as Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhaab. He compiled this work, called 'The Three Fundamental Principles' in order to make clear to the people the core and fundamental principles upon which Islam is established. Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhaab took these principles from the texts of Qur’an and pure Prophetic Sunnah, as well as the Companions and those who succeeded them. This is why in all of the works of the Shaikh, whether small or large, you will find quote after quote from the Religious texts. Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhaab is a much maligned and misrepresented Scholar. His adversaries, in his time and after expended much effort in spreading misinformation regarding his belief and methodology. Some ascribe to him extremism; others ascribe to him deviation in belief and creed. All of these are falsehoods easily repelled by the legacy of author-ship that he left behind, which clearly show that he was neither an extremist, nor a deviant, rather his works show that he was a true traditionalist in the Path of the Messenger of Allaah and his Companions. [less]

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Islamic Awakening, The

Muhammad ibn Salih Al-'Uthaymeen

The Muslim Nation today is experiencing a blessed awakening in all aspects of its affairs; one that has been aroused by the efforts of the Muslim youth. However, the astute observer of this awakening will find that there are many problems that hinder its progress; problems that have prompted some scholars, callers to Islam, and students of knowledge to lay down some guidelines that the youth of this blessed awakening should adhere to and follow. Without a doubt, the enemies from without — the [...]

The Muslim Nation today is experiencing a blessed awakening in all aspects of its affairs; one that has been aroused by the efforts of the Muslim youth.

However, the astute observer of this awakening will find that there are many problems that hinder its progress; problems that have prompted some scholars, callers to Islam, and students of knowledge to lay down some guidelines that the youth of this blessed awakening should adhere to and follow. Without a doubt, the enemies from without — the Jews, Christians, and others — have tried to put a stop to this awakening, simply because they fear the results of its success and because they know that, if it strengthens, spreads, and succeeds in achieving its aims, it will signal the end of their dominance.

What is Required from the Youth of this Awakening.

Firstly, the youth of this Islamic awakening must adhere to two primary sources: Allah’s Book and the Prophet’s Sunnah. It is from these sources that they must take and derive the sound methodology that they will follow in all of their endeavours. If the methodology of the young male and female Muslims of this awakening is not based on Allah’s Book and the Sunnah of Allah’s Prophet (S), according to the understanding of the pious predecessors of this Nation, then it will become a reckless and misguided awakening, and it is feared that it will destroy more than it will build. Secondly, the youth of this awakening must follow the correct methodology that was applied by the chief of mankind, Muhammad (S), and that was then applied after him by the noble Companions (S), and that was then applied after them by the Tabi'iun (next generation after the Companions) as well as by those who continued to follow them until this day. Thirdly, the youth of this awakening must be upon one word, united; their methodology must be one, and their strength must be a united strength, and that is because disunity and discord do not lead to good but instead bring joy only to the enemies of Allah in the East and in the West.

Therefore, we appeal to the scholars, callers (Du'at), and students of knowledge in all places to forsake disunity, discord, and disagreement, and to instead strive with determination to seek out the truth and to follow it, so that they can all meet at a single point and come to the realization that differences in opinion in certain secondary issues of jurisprudence or issues of Ijtihad (issues wherein there is no absolutely clear text that leaves no room for doubt; issues wherein scholars are called upon to weigh the worth of different proofs and to derive rulings from them) are inevitable, and no nation can be saved from them. [less]

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Islamic Belief (Al Aqidah at-Tahawiah)

Abu Ja'far at-Tahawi

Imam Tahawi's al-Aqidah, representative of the viewpoint of ahl-al-Sunnah wal-Jama'ah, has long been the most widely acclaimed, and indeed indispensable, reference-work on Muslim beliefs. Being a text on Islamic doctrines, this work draws heavily on arguments set forth in the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah. Likewise, the arguments advanced in refuting the views of sects that have deviated from the Sunnah are also taken from the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah. It contains references to views of the Shi'ah, [...]

Imam Tahawi's al-Aqidah, representative of the viewpoint of ahl-al-Sunnah wal-Jama'ah, has long been the most widely acclaimed, and indeed indispensable, reference-work on Muslim beliefs. Being a text on Islamic doctrines, this work draws heavily on arguments set forth in the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah. Likewise, the arguments advanced in refuting the views of sects that have deviated from the Sunnah are also taken from the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah.



It contains references to views of the Shi'ah, Khawarij and such mystics that had departed from the right path. There is an explicit reference in the work to the nonsensical controversy on khalq-al-Qur'an in the times of Ma'mun and some other 'Abbasid Caliphs. While the permanent relevance of the statements of belief in al-Aqidah is obvious, the historical weight of these statements can only be properly appreciated if the work is used as a study text under the guidance of some learned person able to highlight its arguments fully. Such a study will help one understand Islamic doctrines better and avoid deviations.

About Imam Tahawi

Imam Abu Ja'far Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Salamah bin Salmah bin 'Abd al Malik bin Salamah bin Sulaim bin Sulaiman bin Jawab Azdi, popularly known as Imam Tahawi, after his birth-place in Egypt, is among the most outstanding authorities of the Islamic world on Hadith and fiqh (jurisprudence). He lived 239-321 A.H., an epoch when both the direct and indirect disciples of the four Imams - Imam Abu Hanifah, Imam Malik, Imam Shafi'i and Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal - were teaching and practising. This period was the zenith of Hadith and fiqh studies, and Imam Tahawi studied with all the living authorities of the day. He began as a student of his maternal uncle, Isma'il bin Yahya Muzni, a leading disciple of Imam Shafi'i. Instinctively, however, Imam Tahawi felt drawn to the corpus of Imam Abu Hanifah's works. Indeed, he had seen his uncle and teacher turning to the works of Hanafi scholars to resolve thorny issues of fiqh, drawing heavily on the writings of Imam Muhammad Ibn al-Hasan al-Shaybani and Imam Abu Yusuf, who had codified Hanafi fiqh. This led Imam Tahawi to devote his whole attention to studying the Hanafi works and he eventually joined the Hanafi school.

Imam Tahawi stands out not only as a prominent follower of the Hanafi school but, in view of his vast erudition and remarkable powers of assimilation, as one of its leading scholars. His monumental scholarly works, such as Sharh Ma'ani al-Athar and Mushkil al-Athar, are encyclopaedic in scope and have long been regarded as indispensable for training students of fiqh. [less]

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Islamic Beliefs

'Abdullah al-Athari

256 pages    (International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH))

In this era of confusion, innovation, and division, it is essential for Muslims to monitor their beliefs and their approach to Islam, so that they may be certain that they are following the path of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) and the early generation of pious Muslims (the salaf). Without careful attention, a Muslim may live his or her whole life following a deviant path filled with innovation, thinking that he or she is doing the right thing, only to find out – when [...]

In this era of confusion, innovation, and division, it is essential for Muslims to monitor their beliefs and their approach to Islam, so that they may be certain that they are following the path of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) and the early generation of pious Muslims (the salaf). Without careful attention, a Muslim may live his or her whole life following a deviant path filled with innovation, thinking that he or she is doing the right thing, only to find out – when it is too late – that this path only leads to hell. Islamic Beliefs: A Brief Introduction to the ‘Aqeedah of Ahl as-Sunnah wal-Jamâ‘ah is written in a straightforward style, distilling the knowledge of the scholars and making it accessible to the ordinary Muslim. It touches on the main points of ‘aqeedah (fundamental Islamic beliefs or creed) and explains the main features of the path of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the early generation, with brief references to deviant groups in order to show the contrast between the path of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the paths of the deviant groups, between light and darkness, guidance and misguidance. The straightforward approach of this book will allow the reader to follow its arguments and develop a clear picture of the proper approach to and interpretation of the Qur’an and the Sunnah. This is a book which should be on every Muslim’s bookshelf, so that they will have at their fingertips a concise and readily-accessible reference for the basic issues of their religion. [less]

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Islamic Creed based on Qur'an and Sunnah

Zino, Muhammad

In this book, all important and fundamental aspects of Islam are described in an easy form of question/answer, so that the basic concepts may be inscribed in the minds of the readers.

In this book, all important and fundamental aspects of Islam are described in an easy form of question/answer, so that the basic concepts may be inscribed in the minds of the readers. [less]

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Kitab At-Tauhid

Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab

Kitab At-Tauhid - The Book of Monotheism By: Muhammad bin Abdul-Wahhab In this book, all the relevant Verses have been discussed reasonably, rationally and sincerely; and the essence of the Qur'an and Sunnah is placed in a very simple and appealing manner. This is the reason that the upright persons, beyond group ism and prejudices, have been adopting the correct Islamic path - the path of the Qur'an and Sunnah - under the influence of the basic facts and proofs produced herein. Kitab At- Tauhid [...]

Kitab At-Tauhid - The Book of Monotheism By: Muhammad bin Abdul-Wahhab In this book, all the relevant Verses have been discussed reasonably, rationally and sincerely; and the essence of the Qur'an and Sunnah is placed in a very simple and appealing manner. This is the reason that the upright persons, beyond group ism and prejudices, have been adopting the correct Islamic path - the path of the Qur'an and Sunnah - under the influence of the basic facts and proofs produced herein. Kitab At- Tauhid is one of the best books on the subject of Tauhid(Monotheism) and ranks high in authenticity. Till date it has been published many times. It has been a means of guidance for millions of people throughout the world, by taking them out of the darkness of polytheism, heresy and error. If Allah wills, this book would also undoubtedly prove beneficial in all the times to come. [less]

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Kitab At-Tawheed Explained

Sameh Strauch

Kitab at-Tawheed, written by renowned 12th century (Hijri) scholar Muhammad ibn Abdul- Wahhab is an explanation of the Islamic concept of Tawheed (monotheism). The most important subject for a Muslim to comprehend is Allah’s monotheism and the full implications of that belief, as without that, no act of worship or good deed is accepted by Allah, nor rewarded in the hereafter. Sameh Strauch has rendered one of the finest books on this subject into English, and he provides explanations of every [...]

Kitab at-Tawheed, written by renowned 12th century (Hijri) scholar Muhammad ibn Abdul- Wahhab is an explanation of the Islamic concept of Tawheed (monotheism). The most important subject for a Muslim to comprehend is Allah’s monotheism and the full implications of that belief, as without that, no act of worship or good deed is accepted by Allah, nor rewarded in the hereafter. Sameh Strauch has rendered one of the finest books on this subject into English, and he provides explanations of every major point. [less]

 
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