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    Aisha: The Wife, The Companion, The Scholar

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    This book portrays one of the most significant personalities in the history of Islam. Taking the misunderstandings and defamation about her into consideration, Aisha needs to be understood correctly.

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    Asma Bint Abu Bakr By Abu Ammar ibn al-Qadhi

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    Asma bint Abu Bakar was the seventeenth person to accept Islam. A caring wife, a courageous and strong mother of ‘Abdullah ibn az-Zubair, the first new born of Islam.

    About The Author 

    Abu Ammaar Yasir Qadhi was born in Houston, Texas, but completed his primary and secondary education in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He graduated with a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston, after which he was accepted as a student at the Islamic University of Madinah. After completing a diploma in Arabic, he graduated with a B.A. from the College of Hadith and Islamic Sciences and  an M.A. in Islamic Theology (Aqeedah) from the College of Da’wah at the University.

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    Companions of the Prophet, AW Hamid, Book 2

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    From the rich, Islamic heritage, true and inspiring stories highlighting aspects of the lives of 60 Companions including outstanding women.

    This is one of two books that provides a lively introduction to early Muslim history and inspiring models for Muslim values, attitudes and behaviour.

    Here the trials and triumphs of the early Muslims as individual men and women are well-portrayed.

    Their various paths to Islam – sometimes direct, sometimes long and tortuous, their devotion to the noble Prophet (s), their hope in God and in the life to come, their endeavours in peace and in times of hardship and struggle – all serve to cast them in a heroic mould.

    The Sahabah or Companions of the Prophet (s) helped to lay the foundations of a new world order and it is fitting that they should be more widely known.

    This is the second of two books based on the original Arabic sources and written in a style that is lively and often gripping.

    These two books are based on original Arabic sources and contemporary writings on early Muslim history.

    CONTENTS

    • Barakah
    • ‘Umayr ibn Sa’d
    • Hudhayfah ibn al-Yaman
    • Ja’far ibn abi Talib
    • Abu Sufyan ibn al-Harith
    • Hakim ibn Hizam 
    • Suhayl ibn ‘Amr
    • Zayd ibn Thabit
    • ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas
    • Ramlah bint Abi Sufyan 
    • ‘Amr ibn al-Jamuh
    • ‘Abdullah ibn Mas’ud
    • Abu ‘Ubaydah ibn al-Jarrah 
    • Al-Bara’ ibn Malik 
    • Asma’ bint Abi Bakr
    • ‘Abdullah ibn Hudhafah
    • ‘Abdullah ibn Jahsh
    • Mu’adh ibn Jabal
    • Thumamah ibn Uthal
    • Zayd al-Khayr
    • ‘Abdullah ibn Salam
    • Muhammad ibn Maslamah
    • Nu’aym ibn Mas’ud
    • ‘Abbad ibn Bishr
    • Habib ibn Zayd
    • Rabi’ah ibn K’ab
    • Abu-l ‘As ibn ar-Rabi’ah
    • Rumaysa’ bint Milhan 
    • Talhah ibn ‘Ubaydullah
    • ‘Uqbah ibn ‘Amir
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    Fatima Bint Muhammad (The Age Of Bliss Series)

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    Fatima was the youngest daughter of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, and his most beloved. She resembled her father in both looks and mannerisms and was said to be the person closest to him.

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    Finding Peace In The Holy Land: A British Muslim Memoir, Lauren Booth

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    Finding Peace in the Holy Land is a spiritual adventure story which begins in the quiet London suburb of Hampstead in the 1970s. Lauren’s father is a famous actor and political militant. Penniless and unable to pay the rent, he tells her that changing the world is the reason for living.

    After her early faith is shattered by a mysterious fire, Lauren paddles the shallows of celebrity life, where her political opinions pit her against the views of her brother-in-law, who just happens to be Prime Minister Tony Blair. This rare and relevant memoir is told with brisk honesty and sharp humour. It is a dramatic life story sweeping from the suburbs of North London to the olive groves of the Holy Land, from handball with Hamas to breaking a deadly siege by land and by sea.

    It tracks the singular journey of a one-time party girl and part-time Christian to the quiet, teetotal life of a devout believer in the teachings of the Arabian Prophet.

    Review: 

    Finding Peace in the Holy Land is a memoir by Lauren Booth, who is probably best well-known as Tony Blair’s sister-in-law. Beginning with her hilarious upbringing, and moving through her life as an actress, a political activist, and then a journalist and humanitarian, it is ultimately the story of how she came to Islam. – Muslimreads.com

    About The Author

    Lauren Booth has presented radio and TV series for amongst others; BBC Radio London, British Muslim TV, Press TV and the Islam Channel.

    She publishes articles across a wide platform and continues to tour internationally as a public speaker. Her talks focus on human rights, Islamophobia in the media, Palestinian justice and her own conversion to Islam.

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    Great Muslims of the West: The Lives, Thoughts and Achievements of the Most Influential Muslims of the West

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    “[A] work of great synthesis. . . . [It] argues that the ‘makers of Western Islam’ have not only enriched Islam but also humanity in general. This book is an important and timely contribution.”—Dr. Enes Karic, Professor at the Faculty of Islamic Studies, University of Sarajevo, and former Minister of Education, Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

    “[An] unusually informative, inspiring and timely contribution. Essential reading for Muslims and non-Muslims, Easterners and Westerners alike.”—Dr. Syed Mahmudul Hasan, F.R.A.S. historian, author, and formerly Professor of Islamic History and Culture at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

    Muslims have lived in the “West” for hundreds of years, yet the lives of all but a few are little known. In this illuminating work, Muhammad Mojlum Khan sets out to change this by revealing the lives and impact of over fifty significant Muslims, from the founder of Muslim Spain in the eighth century to Muhammad Ali today. This extraordinary book features biographies on the enslaved African Prince Ayuba Sulaiman Diallo, who was put to work in the tobacco fields of Maryland; Alexander Russell Webb, the voice of Muslims in Victorian America; and W.D. Muhammad, Elijah Muhammad’s son, who converted the Nation of Islam’s followers to an authentic version of Islam.

    Muhammad Mojlum Khan was born in 1973 in Habigong, Bangladesh, and was brought up and educated in England. He is a literary critic, prolific writer, and a researcher in Islamic thought and history. He has published over 100 essays and articles on Islam, comparative religion, contemporary thought, and current affairs, and has been a regular contributor to The Muslim News. He has published two major works: The Muslim 100 and The Muslim Heritage of Bengal.

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    IMAM ABU HANIFA: HIS LIFE AND WORK

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    Imam Abu Hanifa, commonly referred to as Imam-i-Azam, occupies a commanding position in the history of Muslim Jurisprudence. Those who follow the school of Islamic Law associated with his name outnumber adherents of other schools. In view of the importance of the study, it has been translated into English by M. Hadi Hussain author of several books in English and Urdu

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    Imam Al-Ghazali: A Concise Life

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    Imam Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali is a towering figure in Islam today. But did you know that during his lifetime he was a scholar, a saint and a penniless wanderer? In this short biography, you will discover how Al-Ghazali rose from his humble background as a fatherless young boy from a small town, to become a successful student, a great teacher and the most famous thinker on Islam of his time. It also reveals why, after years of success, he left behind his prestigious position and his family, and became a penniless traveller trying to experience the peace of a content inner life. Award-winning author, Edoardo Albert, brings this most extraordinary of Muslims to life for a new generation, demonstrating his enduring influence and importance for Islamic civilization and the wider world. With numerous extracts from Al-Ghazali’s own autobiography carefully rendered into contemporary English, this book makes the man many consider to be one of the most important Muslims in history accessible to all. Illustrated throughout with photographs, pictures and maps, the rich and diverse world that produced Al-Ghazali is also brought vividly alive.

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    Khadija Bint Khuwaylid (The Age Of Bliss Series)

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    The beloved first wife of Prophet Muhammad was his loyal supporter, trusted companion and source of comfort for the Prophet (pbuh). This “Mother of Muslims” is a source of inspiration to all Muslims with her steadfastness in the way of the religion, her unhesitating devotion to her noble Prophet, her charity, faith and compassion.

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    Men & Women Around the Messenger Sa’d Yusuf Abu ‘Aziz

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    The author has chosen one hundred personalities amongst the Companions.

    He compiled narrations, hadiths, and incidences that contributed to the distinction of these individuals who have no similitude in the history of mankind after the Prophets of Allah and His Messengers. Their excellence is further clearly established from the study of these individuals, their attributes, and their characters with which they were embellished. For this reason, they were from the best of people ever raised up for mankind.

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    Safiyyah Bint Abdel-Muttallib By Abu Ammar ibn al-Qadhi

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    Introduction to one of the sahabiyat (female companions during the Prophet’s time):

    • Her lineage
    • Marriages
    • Her Islam
    • Patience
    • Bravery
    • Passing
    • Bibliography

    About The Author 

    Abu Ammaar Yasir Qadhi was born in Houston, Texas, but completed his primary and secondary education in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He graduated with a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston, after which he was accepted as a student at the Islamic University of Madinah. After completing a diploma in Arabic, he graduated with a B.A. from the College of Hadith and Islamic Sciences and  an M.A. in Islamic Theology (Aqeedah) from the College of Da’wah at the University.

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    Sahaba Cards

    11.50

    Your favourite Companions, Now in Your Pocket

    By now, you probably know that the Sahaba were legends, the likes of which this Ummah has never seen since their time. You know that they are so important for you and your kids to know about and take inspiration from.

    But there were so many Sahaba and keeping up with each of their stories is a maze at best. That’s where the Sahaba Cards come in.

    Sahaba Cards is a treasure chest of golden glimpses into the lives of the men and women around the Prophet Muhammad (S). The entire set makes it easy for you to grasp the lives of the Companions by:

    • Providing a summary of a Companion’s life, capturing their timeless legacy.
    • Covering the lives of both male and female Sahaba, so everyone can benefit from them.
    • Including 34 well-known and legendary Companions, so you have plenty of examples to follow.
    • Presenting their lives on pocket side cards that can be easily taken anywhere on the go.
    • Quoting what the Prophet (S) said about the Sahaba so you can see their importance and virtue.
    • Including a list of suggested games and uses for both groups and individuals so you can get the most out of the cards.

    Learning Roots were the first publishers in the world to pioneer flashcards on the Sahaba, and this product has been revised and revamped by popular demand.

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