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- Author : Ahmad Al-Amir Translation : EUROPEAN ISLAMIC RESEARCHES CENTER (EIRC) Reviewing : Ahmad Al-Amir Reviewing : Rigalos Konstadinos
The last Prophet was Muhammad, peace be upon him, whom Allah made the last of the prophets, and with whom He completed His religion and who came with a religion that includes a universal divine Sharia that is comprehensive and suitable for every time and place... • Linguistic definition of the word “Sharia” • Disinformation from the media at the word “Sharia” • Objective of enacting laws • Eternal law and the making of laws • Disorder of man-made laws and their instability • The absurd sanctions in the man-made laws • Crimes that were codified in the man-made laws • The Islamic Sharia • Purposes of Islamic Sharia • Hudûd (Punishments) in the Islamic Sharia. • Demand of applying the Islamic Sharia to the non-Muslim countries.
Allah created his creation, decreed the predestination and ordained set ways upon the universe, individuals, nations and people. These ways apply to his slaves, his allies, his enemies, and to the heavens and earth. These ways rule humanity and life on earth. They do not vary according to time or place.
A competition is in full swing in society, which involves following the latest news regarding markets, consumers products and the newest fashions and brands. The authors mentions eight reasons which encourage him to discuss this topic. One of these topics is that markets became a part of our culture and a prominent feature of both Arab and Western societies.
According to scientific researchers: “The eclipse is a natural phenomenon which should be regarded without alarm.” This is what the people whose concern is only for this world say about the eclipse. This is the reaction of the people of negligence. What about the people of faith?
The author wrote about this problem, "Researchers and educators who are emphasized in this field have been warning against the disastrous effects of these video games on our children, which have increased to epidemic proportion in recent times."
This book handles the issue of supplication and remembrance. It shows its importance and status. It tries to mentions its virtues through the Quranic verses and Prophetic Sunnah such as remembering Allah has no limit. It also mentions the prestige of those keep these Islamic rite, confirms that there is a strong connection between remembrance and worship, and mentions some supplication meanings.
Contemplation is the key to the light of guidance, the starting point of certitude and the source of knowledge and understanding. A wise scholar once said, "Make your heart live by admonishments and enlighten it through contemplation." Many people know the virtue of contemplation but are unaware of its reality and fruits. However, few are those who actually contemplate. Allah Says, "And how many a sign within the heavens and earth do they pass over while they, there from, are turning away. And most of them believe not in Allah except while they associate others with Him."
Allah has created people with such precision and secrecy in a way that proves his unity. It includes love and hatred, anger and contentment, advancement and restraint, and all the various feelings and emotions of the humans. Muslim must advance in good and refrain from evil, especially in this day and age where trials and desires are in abundance. So the Muslims must have restraint that curbs him from these evils and helps him to stand opposition against them. So what is restraints and what are its various forms? What are the reasons of weakness in restrains? How can Muslim strengthen his restraints? All these questions will be answered in this book.
Today individuals find themselves in desperate need of guidance. Over the ages, Allah sent different Prophets to guide humanity and provide answers to the questions confronting man. The most important features of their mission was to explain the Divine laws and exemplify Divine wisdom, and thus, serve as role-models to their nations. This book shows how the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) introduced Islam in all of his cases: father, husband, neighbor, friend, seller, buyer, judge, ... etc. Thus he dealt with all kinds of people while showing the Islamic teachings in all cases.
Allah ordained this valuable religion for us and He perfected it. Islam is a comprehensive religion including the creed, forms of worship and the Muslim’s relationship with his Lord, his own self and others. The way of life provided in the Quran and the authentic Prophetic Sunnah is not limited to only creed and the slave’s relationship with his Lord. It goes further than that, and tells us to be well-mannered with Allah’s creation, kind and charitable to them and maintain a good relationship with them. So we find that Islam calls to be friendly with others, and to treat them well. This book is an attempt to show and illustrate these fields in details.
The blessing of family is one of the greatest worldly blessings that Allah favored us with so it is obligatory to thank Him for that. We must use things He gave us according to what He ordered and legislated. That is why one of the greatest means of preserving the blessing and prolonging family ties in the Hereafter is to call them to the truth, strengthen them through beneficial knowledge, make them used to perform good actions and warning them from what harms them.
Good morals are one of the attributes of the prophets (may Allah exalt their mention) and the righteous people. With morals, a person gains high rank and status. Good manners foster mutual love and harmony and bad manners produce hatred and envy. The Prophet (peace be upon him) urged us to have good manners and to hold onto them, combining them with piety.
In this book, Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed explains the forty Prophetic hadiths compiled in a book by Imam Nawawi. Each hadith in this book represents a great rule of Islam. Muslims have to take care of studying these hadiths to know Islam more.
Contentment is a great action of the heart, and is one of the chief and most important actions of the heart. Abu Ad-Dardaa’ (may Allah be pleased with him) said, “There are four peaks of faith: patience in command, contentment with destiny, sincere reliance on Allaah, and submission to the Lord.”