• English

    In the religion of Islam after declaring the shahadah, the second most important pillar is the Salaah (prayer). Whenever the messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) used to pray, He used to raise both his hands up to his ears or shoulders during the first takbeer, before ruku’ and after ruku, as is proven from the Mutawaatir ahadith. In common language, it is called “Rafa Yadain”.

  • English

    Generally regarded as the single most authentic collection of hadiths, Sahih al-Bukhari covers almost all aspects of life in providing proper guidance from the Messenger of Allah. This book is the work of over 16 years by Imam al-Bukhari who before writing any hadith in this book performed two rak’ahs prayer of guidance from Allah and when he was sure of the hadith’s authenticity, he wrote it in the book.

  • Russian

    A book translated into Russian summarizing Sahih Al-Bukhari. The author was trying to summarize this precious book to make it suitable for all people with different levels of knowledge.

  • Bosnian

    It is the most authentic book following the book of Allaah.He put the most stringent conditions for accepting transmitting the hadith and he adhered to them.He depends in sorting the hadith in the way of books(chapters) like book of revelation,faith and knowledge in addition to different juristic books.

  • Urdu

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    Juzz-Al-Qira’at: At this time you are holding the book of Imam Bukhaari: “Juzz al-Qira’at” famous as “Al-Qira’at Khalf al-Imam”, or “Khair ul-Kalaam fil Qira’at Khalf al-Imam”.

  • English

    Translated from the original Arabic into English, provides a vivid insight into the moral conduct of the early Muslims in a society led by the perfect character of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) (’I was only sent to perfect good character’). The Prophet’s Companions represent excellent examples of men of vigorous moral stature whose conduct inspired and attracted the masses to the fold of Islam wherever they went during the expansion of the Muslim territories, and contrary to the stereotypic portrayal, in the West, of Islam as being spread by the sword.