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    Dua card in Arabic and French

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    Dua from the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

    Entering and Exiting the Toilet

    Before and After Eating / Drinking etc.

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    3 Essays On The Obligation Of Veiling

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    This book contains treaties from three of the prominent scholars of this century, all of them being from Saudi Arabia. Although their treatise are in favor of the same view, that of the obligation of veiling, they vary in that they touch upon different topics related to the Hijaab. Altogether, they strengthen one another and provide an excellent source for obtaining the proofs and evidences regarding this issue. And further add to the benefit, several appendixes have been included, which contain the tafseer of relevant ayaat and quotes from many scholars of the past and present regarding proofs and points raised by the authors.

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    400 Ahadith Qudsiyah

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    A collection of 400 Ahadith Qudsiyah that is whatever Allah Most High revealed to His Messenger (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) by inspiration or dream and was conveyed by the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) in his own words.Ahadith Qudsiyah are special in that their meaning is entirely from Allah Most High while the wording is that of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace).Divided into 42 chapters this compilation contains 400 Ahadith Qudsiyah side by side with English translation. Each hadith is also referenced.The hadiths in this collection have been compiled from

    • Mu’atta al-Imam Malik
    • Sahih al-Bukhari
    • Sahih Muslim
    • Jami’ al-Tirmidhi
    • Sunan Abi Dawud
    • Sunan al-Nasa’i
    • Sunan Ibn Majah

    English rendering by Rafiqe Abdur Rahman.

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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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    Al-Muhaddithat: The Women Scholars in Islam By M Akram Nadwi

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    This book is an adaptation of the Muqaddimah or Preface to Mohammad Akram’s 40-volume biographical dictionary (in Arabic) of the Muslim women who studied and taught hadith. It demonstrates the central role women had in preserving the Prophet’s teaching, which remains the master-guide to understanding the Qur’an as rules and norms for life. Within the bounds of modesty in dress and manners, women routinely attended and gave classes in the major mosques and madrasas, travelled intensively for ‘the knowledge’, transmitted and critiqued hadith, issued fatwas, etc. Some of the most renowned scholars among men have depended on, and praised, the scholarship of their women teachers. The women scholars enjoyed considerable public authority in society, not exceptionally, but as the norm.

    The huge body of information reviewed in al-Muhaddithat is essential to understanding the role of women in Islamic society, their past achievement and future potential. Hitherto it has been so dispersed as to be ‘hidden’. Akram’s dictionary will greatly facilitate further study, contextualization and analysis.

    The cover shows the study journeys of Fatimah bint Sa`d al-Khayr, and a few of her principal teachers and students. Her family moved from Valencia to the western edge of China; she died in Cairo in 600 AH. (Full map and details in ch. 3.)

    About The Author

    Mohammad Akram Nadwi  currently a fellow of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, is an alumnus of the prestigious Nadwatul Ulama, Lucknow. He has written many books on hadith, fiqh, Islamic biography, and Arabic grammar. This is his first major publication in English.

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    Allah Loves… By Omar Suleman (Who & What Allah Loves)

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    30 Short and Spiritually Enriching Chapters

    Reminders  Throughout Our Lives 

    About The Book

    In Allah Loves… Omar Suleiman explores who and what Allah loves so that we may become one of those who are beloved to Him.

    The Prophet Muhammad said that one of the supplications of Prophet Dawud was, “O Allah I ask You for Your love and the love of those that love You and all of those actions that would bring me closer to being loved by you.”

    Looking at our actions, characteristics, and beliefs, this book will help us become better people, citizens, and believers that are deserving of Allah’s endless, infinite and everlasting love.

    Made up of 30 short and spiritually enriching chapters, this book is a reminder that throughout our lives, the Creator’s love is always there, increasing through everyday actions such as showing generosity or remaining consistent with unnoticeable good deeds.

     

    Content

    • Piety 
    • Repentance 
    • Excellence 
    • Angelic praise 
    • Sincere supplication 
    • Those who are trying 
    • Tears and traces
    • Trust
    • Patience 
    • Justice 
    • The beneficial people 
    • Strength 
    • Independence
    • Healthy pride
    • Honour 
    • Gentleness 
    • Humility without disgrace 
    • Forbearance and Deliberation
    • Due Diligence 
    • Consistency 
    • Punctual Prayers 
    • Cleanliness 
    • The mosque 
    • Love
    • Your mother 
    • The unnoticed 
    • Generosity in Trade
    • Those who follow the prophet 
    • Acceptance of his gifts
    • Beauty

     

    About The Author

    Shaykh Omar Suleiman is the young evergreen scholar with a big smile. Born and raised in Louisiana, he has a unique way of relating to a western audience through his character and has gained the love of people of all ages and backgrounds.

    He is the Founder and President of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research, and an Adjunct Professor of Islamic Studies in the Graduate Liberal Studies Program at SMU (Southern Methodist University). He is also the Resident Scholar at Valley Ranch Islamic Center and Co-Chair of Faith Forward Dallas at Thanks-Giving Square. He holds a Bachelors in Accounting, a Bachelors’ in Islamic Law, a Masters in Islamic Finance, a Masters in Political History, and is currently pursuing a PhD. in Islamic Thought and Civilization from the International Islamic University of Malaysia.

     

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    An Introduction to Hadith

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    This book can be used for self-study or with the guidance of a teacher at Islamic school and colleges as well as theology faculties.


    An Introduction to Hadith is a comprehensive textbook for Hadith studies. It provides an academic introduction to Hadith methodology for intermediate level of study. Terminology, references, and information concerning personalities and methodology are presented in a comprehensible fashion. In addition to theoretical information, the analyses of 16 noble sayings of Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, will enrich the students’ knowledge, and nurture their curiosity for further studies.

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    Arabic Course for English Speaking Students: Vol 1

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    A comprehensive and popular course for the teaching of the Qur’anic and Traditional Arabic, originally devised and taught at the renowned Madinah Islamic University, catering for the non-Arabic speaking students from all over the world.

    Over the years, this course has enabled students to become competent in their use of the Arabic language and to participate and benefit from scholarly pursuits such as Qur’anic exegeses, hadith, fiqh, sirah, history, and classical and modern Arabic literature.

    Learning classical Arabic effectively could not be more easier than this course of Madinah Islamic University. A tried and tested course over 40 years with a proven track record of success, it is ideal in terms of the topics covered and short time taken to learn. It is suitable for schools and colleges in the UK and other Western English speaking countries.

    Whilst there are now several courses available on the market for the teaching of the Arabic language, the unique features of this particular one are:

    It is very concise, consisting of only three books, all of which are short but extensive in their coverage.

    It combines modern Arabic vocabulary with Islamic terminology as used in the Qur’an and Sunnah.

    It covers all the essential Arabic grammatical rules in such a way that the student is spared the monotonous task of memorising them.

    The author presents Arabic as a living and vibrant language and takes examples from Arabic in everyday use, as also from the Qur’an and Sunnah, so that as the student learns the languages, he also acquires an understanding of hundreds of Qur’anic verses, ahadith, Arabic parables and poetry. This allows the student to become directly involved in the study of the Qu’ran and Sunnah while also acquiring a sound understanding of the Arabic language.

    About The Author

    Dr Abdur Rahim: An outstanding Scholar of Arabic Language and Literature, deeply learned in the Glorious Qur’an and Sunnah.

    Dr Abdur Rahim was born in the small town of Vaniyambadi in the state of Tamil Nadu, India in 1933. After finishing his secondary school studies, he joined Presidency College, University of Madras where he majored in English Language and Literature. He graduated in 1957. In 1964, he joined Al-Azhar University, Cairo, where he did his M.Phil. and PhD in Arabic Philology.

    It is to be noted that Abdur Rahim learnt Arabic by himself.

    In 1969, he joined the Islamic University of Madinah to teach Arabic Philology. Here, he was also associated with the Programme of teaching Arabic as a foreign language.

    The course he designed for this purpose is now known as دروسُ اللغةِ العربيةِ لـغير الناطقين بـها Durus al-Lughah al-‘Arabiyyah li-Ghair al-Natiqina Biha. (Now these books are popularly known throughout the world as “MADINAH BOOKS”).

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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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    Dangers In Home

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    Putting things right in the home is a great trust and huge responsibility which every Muslim man and/or woman should undertake as Allah commands. The following cautions aim to highlight some evil things that actually happen in some homes and that have become tools of destruction for the nests in which the future generations of the Muslim Ummah are being raised. This booklet highlights some of the haram (unlawful and forbidden things) in the light of the Quran & sunnah, in order to warn them about.

    Related books:

    Nurturing Eeman In Children By Dr Aisha Hamdan

    Sincere Advice & Guidance to The Muslim Women and The Rulings of The Evils of The Wedding Celebrations

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    Don’t Be Sad By Aaidh ibn Abdullah al-Qarni (HB)

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    At a time in which the Muslims are beset with trials from every periphery and within, comes this heartening book rooted in the commandments of Allah (swt), the Sunnah and the excellent guidance and examples of the Muslims that have come before us.

    Don’t Be Sad is an absolute must-read for all people. It is full of practical advice on how to replace sadness with a pragmatic and ultimately satisfying Islamic outlook on life. It exposes to the modern reader how Islam teaches us to deal with the tests and tribulations of this world.

    So, take heart and hold firmly onto the rope of Allah (swt).

    About The Author

    Dr. shaykh Aaidh ibn Abdullah al-Qarni (also spelt al-Qarnee), born in Saudi Arabia. He is an Islamic Scholar and respected author and activist.

    He is most well known for his self-help book ‘Don’t Be Sad’ which is seen as the number one in its field within Islamic literature and although written by a Muslim for Muslims it is praised as being ideal for non-Muslims alike.

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