A book translated into English, originally written in Arabic by Dr. Haytham Sarhan, to provide us with a useful summary of the biography of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), and his attributes. It is indispensable for anyone who has the slightest desire to know his Prophet, biography, physical and ethical descriptions, kinship, and wives. The author made it in a beautiful way of tables and sections followed by questions and tests, all without disturbing abbreviation or boring lengthening.
A short and simple book in English in which the author has endeavored to present to us what the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his companions (may Allah be pleased with them) maintained in the most serious area of Islam, the Islamic faith. He explains the six pillars of faith, depending on the order mentioned in the famous Prophetic hadith, the hadith of the Angel Jebril.
A book translated into English in which Sh. Muhammad Salih Al-Munajjid explains and illustrates the means that enable us to improve and make our homes better. As a result, we can introduce righteous individuals to our communities, able to handle and solve our societies’ problems.
This book is one of the books that introduce almost all aspects of Islam. It talks about Islam and its pillars: the two testimonies, prayers, zakat, fasting, and pilgrimage. Moreover it talks about Eemaan and its pillars: believing in Allah, His Angels, His books and His messengers. All of these details in a simple way.
A book translated into English which 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 translated in to English that contains the most important matters that a Muslim needs in his life such as Quran explanation, jurisprudence rules, beliefs, virtues through two parts. The first part includes the three last parts of the Quran with its explanation from "Zubdat At-Tafsir" written by Sh. Muhammad Al-Ashqar. The second part contains rules that concern the Muslim such as tajweed rules, 62 questions on Islamic doctrine, calm dialogue on monotheism, rules of worship acts, supplications, remembrance of Allah, 70 forbidden matters, along with some additional matters.
A book in English confirms that each act of worship has a certain way to perform which Allah or his Prophet (peace be upon him) clarified so it shows and describes in detail the Prophet's prayer. It urges every Muslim to imitate the Prophet as in his saying, "Pray as you saw me pray."
A brief book translated into English to show what a Muslim has to believe and learn of the Islamic monotheism faith as in the books of the four Imams: Imam Abu Hanifah, Imam Malik, Imam Ash-Shafi‘i, Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal, and their followers (may Allah have mercy upon them). They all agreed on Ahl As-sunnah wal Jamaah doctrine without any difference.
A book in English confirms that the phenomenon of weak faith becomes very widespread among Muslims to the extent that many people complain about the hardness of their hearts and say, "I feel hardness in my heart, I do not find any sweetness in worship, I feel that my faith is at its lowest level, reciting the Quran does not affect me, and I commit sins easily." The effects of this affliction can be seen in many people, and this problem is the cause of every disaster and adversity.
A summarized book translated into English in which the Muslim finds the rules of the Islamic faith which he is required to know. It was prepared by many scholars as Sh. Saleh As-Suhaimi and Sh. Abdur-Rrazzaq Al-Abbad.
A brief book translated into English written by Imam Muhammad ibn Abdulwahhab who shows the principles that a Muslim has to know about Allah, Islam, and the Prophet Muhammad. He also shows the types of worship that Allah commanded us to do.
A book in English in which its author explains the six pillars of faith which are mentioned in the hadith of Jibreel (peace be upon him) which are: Belief in Allah, His angels, His Books, His Messengers, the Last Day, and the Divine Decree, good and bad.
In Islam there are five basic duties which Muslims must perform. They are known as the five pillars of Islam (Arkanul Islam). These are: Shahadah, the establishment of prayer (Salah), the payment of Zakah (paying the poor due), the Hajj (pilgrimage to Makkah and Sawm Ramadan (fasting the month of Ramadan).
A book in English contains some important questions about the Islamic belief. The writer mentions the answers along with the proofs from the Quran and Sunnah, for Allah's oneness is the basis of happiness of people in this world and the Hereafter.