A book in Arabic in which Sheikh Abdurrahman ibn Nasir as-Sadi emphasized that the brilliance of material civilization should not blind us from the reality of misery that humanity endures. As a result, he tried to uncover religious, realistic reasons and means to achieve the useful ways of having a happy life.
A book in Arabic mentions some prohibitions that people take too lightly. It also confirms that Allah showed us obligations which we are not permitted to ignore, limits which we are not permitted to transgress, and prohibitions which we are not allowed to violate.
A summarized book that contains the most important matters that a Muslim needs in his life, from Quran, tafsir, fiqh rulings, beliefs, virtues ...etc. And the book is in 2 parts: The first part includes the three last Ajza of the Quran with its tafsir from \&quot;Zubdat At-Tafsir\&quot; by shaikh Muhammad Al-Ashqar. The second part contains rulings that concern the Muslim, which includes: Rulings of Tajwid - 62 questions in aqeedah - A calm dialogue on Tawhid - Rulings of Islam (Testimony of faith, purification, prayer, zakat, hajj) - Miscellaneous points of benefit - Ruqya - Du\&#039;a - Adhkar - 100 acts of virtue - 70 forbidden matters - Illustrated description of wudu and prayer - The journey of eternity.
Fortress of the Muslim, Invocations from the Quran and Sunnah: is a very beautiful booklet consists of many authentic Dua’s (supplications) for a Muslim to supplicate on a daily basis and on special occasions.
A book in Arabic contains the forty Prophetic hadiths that Imam Nawawi chose to be included in this book. Each hadith contains a great Islamic rule. All seekers of hereafter reward have to know and study these hadith, for they include important Islamic bases.
A useful book in Arabic contains the creed of Ahlu As-sunnah Wal Jamaah with proofs from the Quran and prophetic Sunnah. The author (may Allah have mercy on him) talked about the virtue of monotheism versus the major and minor polytheism.
A book in Arabic explains and shows the creed of Ahl As-Sunnah wal Jamaah regarding believing in Allah, his names and attributes, his angels, his books, his messengers, last day, and the predestination based on the Islamic perspective.
This is a short commentary on "Book of Monotheism, Allah’s Right over People" in Arabic. The book shows the creed of Ahlu As-sunnah wal Jamaah with proofs from the Quran and prophetic Sunnah. The author (may Allah have mercy on him) talked about the virtue of monotheism versus the major and minor polytheism.
A lecture delivered in Arabic at the Prophetic Mosque at the presence of the Moroccan King Muhammad, the fifth. The lecturer explained the Quranic verse, "This day those who disbelieve have despaired of [defeating] your religion; so fear them not, but fear Me. This day I have perfected for you your religion and completed My favor upon you and have approved for you Islam as religion." He confirmed that Islam completely and perfectly dealt with all matters that humankind concerns. Afterward, he discussed some topics as Islamic monotheism, righteous vs. bad acts, Muslim society, and the problem of Muslims' weakness.