A brief book translated into Indonesian contains the most important matters that a Muslim needs in his life from the Quran, its explanation, jurisprudence, creed, virtues, etc. It is divided into two parts: (1) Explanation of the last three Quranic parts from the book "Zubdat At-Tafsir" (Best Book of Tafsir) by Shaikh Muhammad ibn Sulaiman Al-Ashqar, (2) Different Islamic matters that a Muslim concerns such as tajweed rules, 62 questions about Islamic creed within a calm dialogue, rules of the two testimonies of faith, purification, prayer, zakah, pilgrimage, supplicating and remembering Allah, etc.
A brief message translated into Indonesian contains the following topics: (1) Islam religion, (2) Pillars of Islam, (3) Basics of Islamic creed, (4) Belief in Allah, His angels, books, messengers, the Last Day, and Islamic concept of destiny along with purposes of the Islamic creed.
A useful book translated into Indonesian 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 translated into Indonesian contains answers to 54 questions about the Islamic belief based on the Quran and Sunnah to reassure the reader about the answer authenticity, for the monotheism doctrine is the basis of one's happiness in this world and the world to come.
A book in Indonesias shows some issues that human nature calls for and, at the same time, are approved by the Islamic legislation such as rights of parents, kids, relatives, spouses, neighbors, and all Muslims as a whole.
A brief and invaluable book in Indonesian written by the renewed Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (may Allah have mercy on him). It contains the principles that Muslims have to know as knowing Allah, the types of worship that Allah commanded, knowing the Prophet (may Allah be pleased with him), his biography, the wisdom of his mission, and belief in the resurrection.
A book in Indonesian shows some authentic supplications that Muslims can say on different occasions such as after the five obligatory prayers, morning and evening, getting in and out of home and mosque, etc.