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Book of Faith represents the first complete English translation of the important and well-known work Kitab Al-Iman, written by the renowned scholar Ibn Taymiyyah. The concept of Iman, faith, is fundamental to Islam. Iman has served to define the nature of Muslim life and the essence of the religion as a whole.
The truth is that does not deny any human being stripped of passions: that happiness can only be permanent faith in God who created mankind, and guided a gift; because it is the people who created, which is the world, including happy Ishqém, and will benefit them and harm them.
Truthfulness and kindness are the signs of happiness of the nation and the individual. The key to happiness is sincerity and compassion, while misery is associated with lying and envying. Allah has not blessed any person with a blessing after Islam greater than truthfulness and kindness. Allah has never tried a person with something worse than lying and envying, All forms of lying and envying have been discussed in this publication and the teachings of Islam have been elaborated regarding all these forms and how to cope with them in day-to-day life activities.
The Phenomenon of weak faith has become very widespread among Muslims and many people complain about the hardness of their hearts. So often we hear the words, I feel hardness in my heart, I do not find any joy in worship, I feel that my faith has hit rock bottom, reading Quran does not move me, I fall into sin so easily. The effects of this affliction can be seen in many people, and this problem is the cause of every disaster and adversity.
- Author : Mohammed Omer Farooq Abdullah
The author said in the beginning of the book, "The need for a deeper understanding of Islam in order to achieve excellence clearly applies to Muslims in America. They have exceptional potential. They are intelligent, industrious, and uniquely promising, yet, like undiscovered mines of gold and silver."
- Author : Saalih Bin Abdulaziz Aal-ish-Sheikh
This is a lecture delivered by Dr. Saleh ibn Abdul-Aziz Al-Sheik. He shows the methodology of Islam regarding belief, worship, jurisprudence, system of rule, morals, economy, social aspects, international relationship and other aspects.
The word taqleed is a derivative of Qalaadah, and the linguistic meaning of qalaadah is to wear a collar that a dog wears around its neck. The meaning of taqleed in terminology is to act upon the opinion of an Imaam from the Ummah without knowing the evidence. So the muqallid is the one who does taqleed.
In this treatise Shaikh Abdul Gaffar Hassan deals with the topic of the Compilation of the Hadeeth. The Shaikh Explains varies issues related to the preservation and compilation of hadeeth, including the method of preservation, the periods of compilation of hadeeth and the first book of hadeeth.
- Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof
In this booklet we have established, the evidences utilized for 20 raka’hs are weak and there is not a SINGLE Saheeh hadeeth or athar that mentions the Messenger of Allah (Sallalahu Alayhee Was-Sallam) prayed or commanded 20 raka’hs Taraaweeh. This booklet also contains the evidences for praying 8 raka’hs and establishes this to be the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (Sallalahu Alayhee Was-Sallam), the Practice of the Companions and those upon their way, All in light of the statements and understanding of the Scholars of Ahlus-Sunnah Wal-Jama’ah From amongst the Imaams of the Salaf, the Scholars of hadeeth of the past and present and the Jurists Up Until 1424H.
The creation and existence of everything in this world has a purpose and wisdom behind it. Human beings are the superior creation as Allah has given them the intellect, has created everything for them, and has given them power and knowledge over most of the creation. There is, obviously, a specific purpose behind their existence, which is what has been elaborated in this book.
When one looks into current affairs, one cannot help but to note that the Muslim world is distraught with unrest and violence. This article will discuss how colonization and Western interference has played the primary role in forming this state of affairs.
- Author : Jerald Dirks
In this book, the author touches the lives of those Christians who have not been given the knowledge the author have gained both about Islam, from his direct contact with Muslims, and about Christianity from his seminary education. The author digs deep into the roots of Christianity to bring out obscure information that highlight what was once common between Christianity and Islam.
- Author : AbdulRade Muhammad AbdulMuhsen
Muhammad has become a target for Islam’s long-established adversaries and their armies of missionaries and orientalists who have aroused suspicions and propagated allegations against the Prophet of Islam and his Message. Their objective has always been to distort the image of the Prophet of Islam in the eyes of those who do not know him and consequently drive them away from studying Islam and contemplating it in a desperate attempt to lay obstacles in the path of Islam’s mission so as to impede its vital role in guiding humanity.
For a number of reasons, this is a very important time to be writing a book of this nature. First, the concept of purification of the soul as a whole is and always will be central to the message of Islam and to the welfare of humans, both in this life and the Hereafter. Indeed, it was a main mission of the messengers and prophets themselves.
- Author : Laurence B. Brown MD
Bold in its premise and masterful in its execution, MisGod’ed by author and physician Laurence B. Brown teases common threads in the complex world of organized religion from the tangled mass of religious misdirection. An earnest search for truth, this text unveils both the corruptions and commonalities of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam to fill the current void of intellectual discourse on the subject. For those readers who are intrigued but skeptical of organized religion, especially strict, literal interpretation of the Bible, this book articulates many of the questions readers have about religion, and poses others of its own. It provides a comprehensive, historically based analysis of documents, traditions and institutions. The central theme is to examine Judaism, Christianity, and Islam for truth in revelation, and trace the chain of revelation to its logical conclusion. Solicitous and precise, this text captures the essence of what it means to be a person of God.
- Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof
Prophet Muhammad’s (Peace be upon him) letters to Emperor Heraclius, Chosroes II, Muqawqis, Negus, Governor of Syria and Ruler of Bahrain. Late in the six year A.H., on his return from Hudaibiyah, the Prophet Muhammad , decided to send messages to the kings beyond Arabia calling them to Islam. In order to authenticate the credentials of his envoys, a silver seal was made in which were graven the words: "Muhammad the Messenger of Allâh".
This classical work presents authentic hadith about the first four Khalifahs of Islam, may Allah be pleased with them, illustrating both the integrity and wisdom that they displayed in governance. This book also highlights their contributions to that body of practice which is known as the Sunnah.