• Thankfulness English

    Since faith consists of two halves, the first being thankfulness, and the other being patience, it is important for the person who admonishes their soul, wishes to safeguard it, and prefers its happiness, not to neglect these two great principles, turn away from these two treaded paths, and to make their path and journey to Allah between these two paths, so that Allah, the Exalted, places them, upon their meeting, in the better of the two parties.

  • Sincerity English

    Muslim scholars have paid great attention to the deeds of the heart, authored many books on this topic, explained the importance of this issue to people and encouraged them to be mindful of it and develop themselves in this field. This is because the salvation of humankind (after the mercy of Allaah) is achieved through having a sound and sincere heart.

  • Reliance on Allah, the Exalted, is a lofty station that has a great effect. It is one of the most important obligations of faith, one of the best actions and acts of worship that bring one closer to Ar-Rahman (the Possessor of Mercy), and one of the highest stations of belief in Allah, the Exalted, because everything occurs through reliance on Allah, the Exalted, and seeking His Help.

  • Piety English

    Piety is a great virtue that bears a lofty status. It sustains life, which becomes unbearable in its absence; in fact, a life void of piety is inferior even to the life of an animal. There is no righteousness and wellbeing for a slave without piety. It is a noble treasure whose possessor is awarded many honorable gems, abundant goodness, noble sustenance, great victories and kingdoms. It is as if the best rewards of both this life and the next have been assigned to this single characteristic!

  • Patience English

    Allah, the Exalted, has made patience a steed that does not stumble, a sword that does not miss its mark, a trooper that does not get defeated, and a fortress that is never destroyed. It is such a riding animal that those who ride it are never lost. It is the brother of victory, for victory occurs through patience; if one has it, they do not need great preparations or large numbers. Its position in terms of victory is comparable to the position of the head to the body. It is the way of success and prosperity. It is a virtue that humankind needs in their religion and worldly life.

  • One of the things that lead to the corruption of the heart’s sincerity and monotheism, increase one’s longing for this worldly life, and lead to the abandonment of the hereafter is lust for leadership. It is a severe disease in the name of which people squander heir money and shed blood.

  • Hope English

    In this book, we will address the subject of hope, which is one of the deeds of the heart, and the most important of them all; having hope is an obligation, and one which must be directed to Allah, the Almighty, alone.

  • Who Is Right? English

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    In this book the author confirms that all people claim they follow the right religion but who is really right? He assumes we are all wrong and tries to start neutrally to the answer at the end of the book.

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    This is a very interesting book that shows the beautiful names of Allah with a simple and concise meaning. It also mentions the evidence of each name with showing how many times it is mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah.

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    This book gives a simple picture about Islam through many aspects Islamic Doctrines, acts of worships and dealings between people.

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    This book aims to refute the misconceptions about the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) raised by some people without any evidences.

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    This book is to collect all Islamic text that talk about Zakat. The author classifies and divided the book into chapters.

  • This book shows to us the miracles that Allah gave to his Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) to make Muslims steadfast to Islam and prove the authenticity of Islam to non Muslims.

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    This is a great and interesting book shows many aspects of the prayer. It shows the virtues of prayer, its names and times, the call to pray, purifying before performing it and the solution when we do not have water to purify along with other points.

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    This article shows the steps that a person needs to take to accept Islam as his/her religion, enter its fold, and become a Muslim.

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    This is a really great book that guides Muslims to know how they live Ramadan without committing sins. It talks about the sins and its reasons. It confirms that the first step is to see Ramadan as the last Ramadan for you.

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    This is a really great book that tries to manage Muslims’ life. It contains many topics: analyzing the time, seven spiritually productive habits to develop, commuting productive Muslim style, morning routine?, eighteen sources of barakah!, de-cluttering the mind, techniques to develop a habit of reading, the productive Muslim sleep routine, description of truly productive Muslims in the Quran.

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    This book is one of the books that introduce almost all aspects of Islam. It talks about Islam and its pillars: the two testimonies, prayers, zakat, fasting, and pilgrimage. Moreover it talks about Eemaan and its pillars: believing in Allah, His Angels, His books and His messengers. All of these details in a simple way.

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    This book is a try to introduce the biography of the Companion Omar ibn Al-Khattab in a simple way. It shows his ancestry and attributes, his life before Islam, his acceptance of Islam, revelation of the Quran agreeing with his opinions and his life as a caliph.

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    This book is a try to introduce the biography of the Companion Abu Bakr in a simple way. It shows ancestry and attributes, his life before Islam, his acceptance of Islam, his migration to Madinah and his different attitude after the prophet’s death.

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