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)."
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.)
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
Human Rights in Islam and Common Misconceptions: In this booklet the author address human rights in the light of perfectly balanced system of laws and principles of Islam. These rights are bases on revelations from the Divine Book of Muslims, the Glorious Qur’an and from the Sunnah, the practice of Allah’s Messenger -pbuh- the two main sources of Islamic life and jurisprudence.
A booklet containing a collection of messages and questions by Sheikh Ibn Baz -may God have mercy on him) that related to the Tawheed on the slaves, and the warning of the largest and smallest polytheism and its means.
this book talk about definition of debate and its objectives; then describe briefly the causes of differences of opinion among people. After that, it will discuss the main principles and rules of debate. and conclude with the moral guidelines of debate.
this book talk about definition of debate and its objectives; then describe briefly the causes of differences of opinion among people. After that, it will discuss the main principles and rules of debate. and conclude with the moral guidelines of debate., and containing the following elements: 1) Introduction to debate and its objectives. 2) The cause of differences in opinion between people. 3) A total explanation of rules of debate and its principles. 4) The explanation of its rules and characteristics.
A brief book on the two Holy Mosques in Saudi Arabia, the Holy Mosque in Makkah is the most revered place of worship for Muslims around the world. At the center of the Mosque is the Ka’aba, which literally means ’cube’ in Arabic. All Muslims are required to face in the direction of the Ka’aba five times every day when offering their prayers. The Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah is the second most revered place of worship for Muslims around the world. Millions of Muslims visit the Mosque each year, to worship, to visit the Prophet’s grave, and to see the city that gave birth to Islam.
ًWhat is Islam?: This book explains basic introduction to the fundamental beliefs and practices of the Islamic faith. An attempt has been made to be as concise as possible, but with the hope that the reader will be encouraged to study Islam in more depth.
Discover Islam: A brief book that guides a person towards Islam, Islam is the religion and way of life of about one Fifth of the world’s population. Muslims are of diverse nationalities, cultures and races, but their Religion teaches that all humanity is essentially equal. It guides them to the Straight Path.