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    “An-Nawawi’s Forty” is a popular collection of hadiths pertaining to basic tenets of Islam. It has been widely studied in traditional Arabic circles of learning and continues to be one of the basic subjects taught in Islamic courses throughout the world today. This book contains the Arabic text, English translation and commentary clarifying the Islamic foundation for human ethics and conduct. In his introduction, the Imam wrote: “Everyone desiring the Hereafter ought to know these hadiths for what they contain of important information, and because they alert one to all kinds of obedience.”

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    This is an introduction to Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, with a glimpse of his life, character, accomplishments and teachings – a brief account presenting facts from historically verified sources. It concludes with some authentic supplications taught by the Prophet ﷺ, reflecting his relationship with Allah and serving as guidance for his followers at every time and place. Suitable for beginners and non-Muslims..

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    This booklet is an easily understood guide teaching prayer according to the Prophet’s sunnah. It describes the procedure of ṣalāh from beginning to end according to as practiced and taught by the Prophet ﷺ and the scholars of early generations. Contains transliteration to assist the new Muslim in proper pronunciation. Used in the curriculum of many Islamic centers. .

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    In Islam, faith (īmān) is based on six essential beliefs. Islamic beliefs provide mankind with access to the secrets of existence and the knowledge that nothing was created without a function or purpose. They relate to a person’s conduct and character and to his eventual condition in the greater life to come. But they are not a matter of blind acceptance. Basic textual evidences and brief explanations are presented in this booklet for the six principal Islamic beliefs. It has been a popular teaching aid in Islamic education centers for new Muslims.

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    The divinely ordained system of zakah is the right of Allah within His dominion. The word “zakah” means purification and growth. Its regular payment purifies the owner’s remaining wealth and purifies his heart from such ailments as greed and selfishness. The system of zakah ordained by Allah is the ideal way to meet the needs of poor without causing hardship to the rich. This booklet is an outline of basic Islamic rulings pertaining to obligatory zakah and voluntary charities..

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    This is a brief epistle on what is incumbent upon a person to know and believe concerning issues of Tawheed (the Oneness of Allah), the principles of the religion, and some issues pertaining to it which were extracted from 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, who convened on the creed of Ahl-us-Sunnah wa al-Jamaa‘ah and did not differ upon it.

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    A speech delivered by Sh. Abdullah Khayyat in which he explains the Prophetic hadith, "Be away from the sins and you will be the most worshiper, accept your destiny and you will be the most satisfied one of the people, do good to your neighbor and you will be a believer, wish for the people what you wish for yourself and you will be a good Muslim, do not laugh too much because laughing too much will cause the death of the heart morally."

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    a book which is important for non-muslims, clarifying the position of Islam concerning various pressing issues.

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    A Universal Guide to the Foundational Principles and Primary Aims of Islam, based on the Qur’an, Sunnah and that which noteworthy scholars of Islam, and the book is divided it into different chapters in a Question & Answer format for the purpose of making it easier to understand, and comprehend the truth.

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    A book that combines the actual and the firm daily Sunnahs of the Messenger of Allah Muhammad - peace be upon him -

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    This concise booklet discusses the concept of God and His original and genuine religion.

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    This brief publication sheds some light on the life of Prophet Muhammad and his great personality. It presents some examples of his Prophetic sayings, references to him in the Bible and other scriptures, and excerpts of what some well-known figures and historians said about him.

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    The Glorious Qur’an is the Final Revelation (the Last Testament), revealed by God (Allah) to Prophet Muhammad. The Qur’an is a divine constitution sent down to regulate and govern our human life. It speaks with the perfect knowledge of the Creator about His creation. It reveals the truth and invites humankind to the way of that truth. It contains important information about human destiny. It educates and raises people to the highest spiritual, moral, intellectual, and social levels as they strive to comprehend it and apply its teachings.

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    This booklet presents the basics and fundamentals of Islam in a brief and simplified way. Islam teaches us that the gateway to a happy, content, and eternal life is through believing in Allah the One True God and His final Prophet Muhammad, and pronouncing this testimony: “I testify that there is no god but Allah, and I testify that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.”

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    The Glorious Qur’an and Prophet Muhammad teach us about the names of Allah, the One True God. For example, the Glorious Qur’an states: {And to Allah belong the beautiful names, so invoke (call on) Him by them.} (7:180) When we supplicate to Allah, we are encouraged to call Him by His beautiful names or by the name that is related to our request or need. These names do not indicate that Allah is more than one being; they are names that describe the different attributes that belong to the One True God (Allah).

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    Islam answers humanity’s most critical and significant questions, such as:  What is the truth?  Who created us?  Is there a God?  Who is our true God?  Who is God’s final prophet?  Whom should we worship?  Who are we?  Why are we here?  What happens after we die?  What will the next life be like?  What is our final destination – Paradise or Hellfire?  How can we attain true peace of mind, success, and real happiness?  How can we gain eternal life?

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    Important book the author says in his introduction "Here I reproduce all these facts as deduced from one of the most important books of the Shi’a, upon which they rely heavily to prove their faith. I appeal to every Shi’a to look into these facts with all sincerity and justice and to give his judgement after that about his faith and his attribution to it. If his judgement is in favor of his religion and the soundness of its attribution to it, he could carry on with his beliefs. On the contrary, if he comes to conclude that his belief is totally false and all what is attributed towards it is abhorrent, it becomes incumbent upon every Shi’a in order to be sincere to himself and to seek his salvation to abandon it, and absolve himself from it and let himself be accommodating to what has been accepted by the millions of the Muslims i.e. the book of Allah and the Sunnah of his Messenger (SAS)."

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    Author : Jamaal Zarabozo

    This work is an abridgement of the author’s The Life, Teachings and Influence of Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhaab. Being an abridgement, many details were deleted and lengthy discussions were cut short, however, the bulk of the topics touched upon in the original work are also discussed here. (Only the review of English literature concerning Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhaab has been completely removed for this abridgement.)

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    Due to the importance of showing the position attained by the people of the household of the Prophet Muhammad  (Ahl Al-Bait) in the sight of the companions of the Prophet (The Sahabah) and those who followed them in goodness, the author delivered this lecture on this topic 16 years ago at the conference hall of the Islamic University of Medina. And now he have seen the need of generalizing the benefit by writing a brief note on this topic. he named it: THE VIRTUE OF AHL AL-BAIT (The people of the household of the Prophet Mohammad ) AND THE HIGH POSITION THEY ATTAINED IN THE SIGHT OF AHL AS-SUNNAH WAL JAMA’AH This topic is made up of 10 chapters: Chapter one: Who are Ahl Al-Bait? Chapter two: An outline of the faith of Ahl Al-Sunnah Wal-Jama’ah towards Ahl Al-Bait. Chapter three: The virtues of Ahl Al-Bait in the Holy Qur’an Chapter four: The virtues of Ahl Al-Bait in the pure Sunnah of the Prophet  Chapter five: The high status of Ahl Al-Bait in the sight of the Sahabah (companions of the Prophet ) and their followers in goodness. Chapter six: Praises of some Scholars on a group of Sahabah from Ahl Al-Bait Chapter seven: Praises of some Scholars on a group of female Sahabah from Ahl Al-Bait Chapter eight: Praises of some Scholars on a group of Tabi’ins and others from Ahl Al-Bait. Chapter nine: A comparison between the faith of Ahl As-Sunnah and others towards Ahl Al-Bait. Chapter ten: The prohibition of false affiliation (claiming to be related falsely) to Ahl Al-Bait.

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    this book cite that the qualities of Allah’s Legislation, it preserves justice and gives everyone his right, without any excess or failure. Allah ordained justice, mercy and generosity towards relatives and He also sent the prophets, revealed the Books and carried out everything in this world and in the hereafter with justice. Justice consists in giving to each individual the right and in placing him on the rank he deserves, which can only be obtained by knowing everyone’s rights. That is why we chose to speak about the essential of these rights so that the servant can then put into practice what he will have learnt within the limits of his capabilities. These rights can be resumed as: 1. The rights of Allah 2. The rights of the Prophet() 3. The rights of the parents 4. The rights of the children 5. The rights of relatives 6. The rights of spouses 7. The rights of the governors and the governed 8. The rights of the neighbours 9. The rights of Muslims in general 10. The rights of non-muslims. These are the rights we briefly want to talk about in this work

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