A summarized book translated into Azerbaijani 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. It is also reviewed by Sh. Ali ibn Muhammad Naser Faqihi.
A brief book translated into Azerbaijani 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 book translated into Azerbaijani 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 book translated into Azerbaijani 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.
A book translated into Azerbaijan 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 book translated into Azerbaijani answers 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 lecture translated into Azerbaijani in which Sh. Haitham Sarhan answers this great question: Why do we study monotheism? What are the fruits of studying it in this world and the hereafter, and how do we achieve this concept?
A book in Azerbaijani confirms that people face many obstacles which they think stand between them and repentance. Some exist within their own selves while others are in the world around them. This brief book clears up this confusion, dispels doubts, explains wisdom, and drives away the devil's tricks.
A book translated into Azerbaijani confirms that steadfastness in Islam is a basic requirement for every sincere Muslim who wants to follow the straight path with determination and understanding. As a matter of fact, the current societies in which Muslims live, types of temptation they painfully face, and whims, desires, doubts, and confusion from which they are suffering made Islam something strange. As a result, those adhering to Islam are like those adhering to a burning coal.