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1001 Inventions. Muslim Heritage in our World

Salim T. S. Al-Hassani, Elizabeth Woodcock, Rabah Saoud

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Adorning Knowledge with Actions

Husayn al-Awaayishah

I felt that I should hurry in bringing forward the hadeeth: "The two feet of the son of Aadam will not move from near his Lord on the Day of Judgement until he is asked about five (matters): about his life - how he spent it; about his youth - how he took care of it; about his wealth - how he earned it; and where he spent it; and about that which he acted upon from the knowledge that he acquired," as an aid towards purification of the souls and preparation for death. The advice being firstly to [...]

I felt that I should hurry in bringing forward the hadeeth: "The two feet of the son of Aadam will not move from near his Lord on the Day of Judgement until he is asked about five (matters): about his life - how he spent it; about his youth - how he took care of it; about his wealth - how he earned it; and where he spent it; and about that which he acted upon from the knowledge that he acquired," as an aid towards purification of the souls and preparation for death. The advice being firstly to myself, secondly to the du'aat (callers to Allah's path) and thirdly to all my Muslim brothers in every part of the world - hoping that Allah, the Most High, will cause benefit through that which I have written and that the fruits of that may be reaped, now and in the future. In this treatise I restricted myself to one part of the hadeeth and that is "..and about that which he acted upon from the knowledge that he gained. [less]

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Al-Jumu'ah

Dr. Gowher Yusuf

In our busy lives, Friday comes around once a week. It often comes and goes without our being really aware of it. For many Muslim men, it may be punctuated by the congregational prayer that they make special efforts to attend. For many Muslim women, it may go by just like any other day. This ought not to be the case. In this unique book, Dr. Gowher Yusuf gives us reason to stop and think about how special Friday (al-Jumu‘ah) really is, and what we should be doing to achieve the many bounteous [...]

In our busy lives, Friday comes around once a week. It often comes and goes without our being really aware of it. For many Muslim men, it may be punctuated by the congregational prayer that they make special efforts to attend. For many Muslim women, it may go by just like any other day. This ought not to be the case. In this unique book, Dr. Gowher Yusuf gives us reason to stop and think about how special Friday (al-Jumu‘ah) really is, and what we should be doing to achieve the many bounteous blessings it holds for those who observe it. Drawing constantly from the Qur`an and the Sunnah and the great works of the scholars of Islam, Dr. Gowher Yusuf explores this topic in depth and presents it to the reader in simple language for them to understand and ponder over. This book travels through the various issues pertaining to the Friday prayer and its Khutbah, or sermon. These issues are explained within the Islamic framework, thus abolishing any myths and misunderstandings and clarifying the topic for the reader. Dr. Yusuf writes: The day of the week known as al-Jumu‘ah, or simply Jumu‘ah, is Friday, and it is special. Compared to the other days of the week, Friday has been accorded the largest amount of merit, so much so that the father of all humankind, Prophet Âdam (peace be upon him), was created on this day and a particular prayer was ordered for this day. It was from the guidance given to Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) to magnify this day, honour it, and designate it for acts of worship. ...On a Friday, we all will be gathered and will stand congregated in front of Allah, the Exalted, on the Day of Resurrection, also called the Day of Accountability or the Day of Judgement... [less]

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Al-Lu'Lu'Wal-Marjan

Fuwad Abdul Baqi

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Arabic Course: For English-Speaking Students

V. Abdur Rahim

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Bearing True Witness

Laurence B. Brown

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Bible, the Quran and Science, The

Maurice Bucaille

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Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam, A

I.A Ibrahim

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Chief Sins , The

Ad-Dhahabi

The present work al-Kaba'ir is one of the most important ones he wrote for ordinary readers. In it he deals with themes which are of great interest and benefit to them in both their deen and matters of this world, explaining matters which are less easy to understand in other books of knowledge written for specialist scholars and researchers. In al-Kaba'ir adh-Dhahabi adopts the approach of a warning guide who seeks to correct people as regards their beliefs and lives and presents his material in [...]

The present work al-Kaba'ir is one of the most important ones he wrote for ordinary readers. In it he deals with themes which are of great interest and benefit to them in both their deen and matters of this world, explaining matters which are less easy to understand in other books of knowledge written for specialist scholars and researchers. In al-Kaba'ir adh-Dhahabi adopts the approach of a warning guide who seeks to correct people as regards their beliefs and lives and presents his material in easily understood language and in a clear attractive style. He avoids complexity, obscurity and artifices and his book is a useful source for speakers and preachers alike. By his words he awakens the heedless and bewildered, chides rebels and deviants, and guides those who desire to travel the path of Allah to truth and to what is correct.

The major sins are those acts which have been forbidden by Allah in the Quran and by His Messenger (SAW) in the Sunnah (practice of the Prophet), and which have been made clear by the actions of the first righteous generation of Muslims, the Companions of the Prophet (SAW)

There is some difference of opinion among scholars in this regard. Some say these major sins are seven, and in support of their position they quote the tradition: 'Avoid the seven noxious things'- and after having said this, the prophet (SAW) mentioned them: 'associating anything with Allah; magic; killing one whom Allah has declared inviolate without a just case, consuming the property of an orphan, devouring usury, turning back when the army advances, and slandering chaste women who are believers but indiscreet.' (Bukhari and Muslim)

'Abdullah ibn 'Abbas said: 'Seventy is closer to their number than seven,' and in this book Imam Adh-Dhahabi goes through the 70 Major Sins Supported by the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

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Choice: Islam and Christianity, The

Ahmed Deedat

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Christianity & Islam According to the Bible and the Quran

Naser Al Moghamis

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Common Misconceptions about Islam

Huma Ahmad

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Common Mistakes Regarding Prayer

Shaykh Mashhur Hasan Salman

Formal prayer (salâh) is the second pillar of Islam, and the most important of a Muslim’s acts of worship. Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said: «The first of one’s actions for which a slave of Allah will be held accountable on the Day of Judgement will be one’s prayers. If they are correct and accounted for, then he (or she) will have succeeded (gained paradise); and if they are lacking, then he (or she) will have failed (lost paradise). If there is something [...]

Formal prayer (salâh) is the second pillar of Islam, and the most important of a Muslim’s acts of worship. Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said: «The first of one’s actions for which a slave of Allah will be held accountable on the Day of Judgement will be one’s prayers. If they are correct and accounted for, then he (or she) will have succeeded (gained paradise); and if they are lacking, then he (or she) will have failed (lost paradise). If there is something defective in his (or her) obligatory prayers, the Lord will say: See if My slave has any supererogatory prayers with which the defective part of his (or her) obligatory prayers may be completed. Then the rest of his (or her) deeds will be judged in like manner.» (at-Tirmidhi and others) Shaykh Mashhur Hasan Salman has compiled a list of the most common errors that we make when we pray, discussing and explaining each one. Common Mistakes Regarding Prayer is a valuable aid to Muslims hoping to perfect their prayers, so that their prayers may be free of defects and acceptable to Allah. This new and revised edition of the English translation of his work presents the text in a fluent, highly readable format. [less]

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Daily Islamic Activities

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Dawah to Islam & The Method to Re-establish the Islamic State, The

Ahmad Mahmoud

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Discover Islam your Birth Right

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Disturber of the Hearts

Ibn al-Jawzi

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Do You Know this Book?

Tahlawi, M.

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Etiquette of Seeking Knowledge, The

Bakr Aboo Zayd

'..to adorn oneself with beautiful etiquette, noble manners, good behaviour, and pious conduct are distinguishing characteristics of the people of Islaam, and knowledge the most precious pearl in the crown of the purified sharee ah~cannot be attained except by those who adorn themselves with its etiquette and those who leave evil qualities associated to it. For this reason the scholars devoted their attention to this etiquette, outlined its importance and wrote books solely on this topic; either [...]

'..to adorn oneself with beautiful etiquette, noble manners, good behaviour, and pious conduct are distinguishing characteristics of the people of Islaam, and knowledge the most precious pearl in the crown of the purified sharee ah~cannot be attained except by those who adorn themselves with its etiquette and those who leave evil qualities associated to it. For this reason the scholars devoted their attention to this etiquette, outlined its importance and wrote books solely on this topic; either pertaining to [general conduct] with all type of knowledge such as the etiquette of the carriers of the Noble Quraan, the etiquette of the muhaddith, the etiquette of the muftee, the etiquette of the qaadee (judge), the etiquette of the muhtasib ( the one who enjoins good and forbids evil for the sake of Allaah (s.w.t)) and so on. The issue of this book is the general conduct of those who take the path of seeking the knowledge of the sharee ah.' [Back Cover] [less]

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Exquisite Pearl, The

Abd Al Rahman Al-Sa'di

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First & Final Commandment, The

Laurence B. Brown

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Fundamentals of Islam, The

Abdul Wahab, Muhammad

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Gems & Jewels

Abdul Malik Mujahid

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Getting the Best out of Al-Hajj (Pilgrimage)

Abu Muneer Ismail Davids

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God Arises

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

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Hajj & 'Umrah Vol. 1

Ibn Baaz, Al-Albaani, Ibn 'Uthaymeen, Ibn Jibreen, Ibn Fowzaan

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Hand Through the Door for my New Sister, A

Ismail, Yasmin

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Historic Judgement on Interest , The

Muhammad Taqi Usmani

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Imitating the Disbelievers

Adh-Dhahabi

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Importance of Sisterhood in Islam, The

Abdullah, Ruqaiyah

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Islam an Introduction

Al-Qaradawi, Yusuf

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Islam Guide , The

Alam, Rashida

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Islam Is...

Seda, Pete

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Islam: The Misunderstood Religion

Muhammad Qutb

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Islam The Religion Of Peace

Ibrahim, Muhammad

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Islam the Straight Path

Esposito, John

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