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    Asma Bint Abu Bakr By Abu Ammar ibn al-Qadhi


    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


    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.


    • 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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    ICO Islamic Studies Textbook Grade 6 Part 1 & 2


    In this grade, learners will discover the wisdom behind Allah’s (swt) sending of messengers and revealing divine scriptures. They will also study the true meaning of worship and the status of ihsaan. The Qur’an lessons comprise of the recitation of the 27th Juzu’ and memorization of Soorat Al-Muzzammil and Soorat Al-Jinn. Life of Hijrah is the focal point of the Seerah section. It includes the biographies of Uthmaan Ibn Al-Affaan (ra) and Ali Ibn Abee Taalib (ra). The significance of Sawm and Hajj are important topics discussed at this grade level. This book concludes with lessons on the adhkaar said during windstorms or rain, and the etiquette of social gatherings. The material is presented, using a spiral approach, where students revisit each area and study it in greater depth each year. The Student’s Textbook contains the subject text of the lessons, exercises as well as activities.

    The ICO project is a distinguished one because:

    1. Our curricula meet the needs of the target audience for integrated, coherent, and appropriate curricula.
    2. They were prepared according to scientific bases, assimilating the most recent educational and psychological theories.
    3. They were prepared by special educationists who are experienced in designing curricula and who are familiar with the needs of the target group.
    4. They employed the most recent techniques and educational aids.
    5. They went through many quality control processes, which were carried out by specialized committees, and they were enhanced by teachers who evaluated the curricula before releasing them.

    The Features and Characteristics of the Textbooks:

    These books were prepared by the International Curricula Organization (ICO) and have certain features, which distinguish them from any other textbooks:

    First: The Technical Features:

    1. The textbooks have been designed in accordance with the international quality standards in all aspects: colors, paper, size, illustration, and printing.
    2. They have been furnished with the appropriate illustrations and pictures which match the students’ educational stage and environment.
    3. The texts have been distributed and organized in a way that makes the text stand out, paying special attention to the font type and size, and the spaces; and colors were chosen carefully to appeal to the target audience.

    Second: The Instructional and Linguistic Features:

    1. Reinforce the proper linguistic basis of the non-Arabic speaking students.
    2. They build the students’ linguistic dictionary according to their environmental needs.
    3. Provide non-Arabic speaking students with a good deal of Islamic vocabulary.
    4. Identify the correct articulation of the different sounds through the study of the Glorious Qur’an.
    5. Enable the students to evade making mistakes when reciting the Glorious Qur’an through employing the rules of the Arabic language.
    6. Provide an integrated curriculum with well-prepared scientific content and vocabulary.
    7. Take into consideration the students’ individual mental differences and their diverse linguistic skills.
    8. Consider the students’ different cultures.
    9. Develop the students’ creativity and mental faculties.

    Third: The Educational Content Features:

    1. Reinforce the principle of forgiveness and the etiquette of disagreement with others.
    2. Develop the spirituality, morality, and values of the students.
    3. Help students have good and balanced personalities.
    4. Develop the students’ pride in their Muslim identity.
    5. Help the caller to Islam to develop a balanced personality that reflects the moderation of Islam.
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    Men & Women Around the Messenger Sa’d Yusuf Abu ‘Aziz


    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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    Prophet Muhammad: The Best of All Husbands By Ghazi al Shammari


    In marriage, it often happens that we come across a situation in which things seem to be going haywire, and we wonder what would have been the ideal stance and the best way to handle this problem. For Muslims, the best stance and the best way is that of the Prophet Muhammed (PBUH). Allah has taught that this is how we should seek to resolve our conflicts:

    If you differ in anything among yourselves, refer it to Allah and His Messenger if you do believe in Allah and the Last Day: that is best and most suitable for final determination. (Qur’an 4:59)

    Our Prophet (peace be upon him) was a husband to eleven women, each of whom revealed to us her personal impressions of his exemplary personality. With attention to the many ways in which the Prophet proved himself the best husband, the author guides us, with the utmost gentleness, in how we can improve our own marital relationships.

    This book is a must-read for all married couples-and for any Muslim man or woman who is contemplating marriage-who wish to achieve satisfaction in their personal lives.

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


    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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    Sealed Nectar (Raheequl Makhtum) Sh Mubarakpuri


    About The Book

    A complete authoritative book on the life of the Prophet (PBUH) which was honoured by the World Muslim League as the first prize winner. Whoever wants to know the whole lifestyle of the Prophet in detail, this well-written book is a must.

    This Book was awarded First Prize by the Muslim World League at the Worldwide competition on the biography of the Prophet held at Makkah Al-Mukarramah 1399 H /1979.

    Read an excerpt from this Book: The Battle of Badr The First Decisive Battle in the History of Islam

    About the Author

    Safiur Rahman bin Abdullah bin Muhammad Akbar bin Muhammad Ali bin Abdul Mumin bin Faqirullah Mubarakpuri, Azami.

    Born in the middle of the year 1942, in Husainabad, a village, one mile far in the north side of Mubarakpuri (District Azamgarh), a town famous for the home industry in the northern province of India.

    In June 1954 he was admitted to Madarsa Ehyaul Uloom, where he pursued studies in Islamic studies and Arabic literature. Two years later he joined Madaras Faid Aam, in the Maunath Bhanjan District Azamgarh for higher education, from where he received his Fadilat degree five years later.

    In January 1969, He was appointed as Principal in Madrasa ‘Faidul-Uloom’ at Seoni. in 1972, He was requested to serve in the Institute ‘Madrasa Arabia Dar-ut-Taleem as Principal. After spending two years, He was invited by Jamiah Salafiah Banaras to join as a teacher (Ustad).

    From 1988 until his death, he worked as a scholar at a research institute known as ‘The Centre for the Services of the Prophet’s Biography’ at the Islamic University of Madinah.

    He passed away in Riyadh, 2006, after having suffered a stroke in the previous year.

    He is popularly known for his award-winning work on the Seerah of the Messenger of Allah entitled Ar-Raheeq Al Makhtum The Sealed Nectar-Published by Darussalam and his supervision of the translation and abridgement Tafsir Ibn Kathir ( Full 10 Vol HB Set) -Darussalam. He was known for his defence of the Sunnah and warning against innovations and those who propagate it.

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    Sunshine at Madinah: Studies in the Life of the Prophet Muhammad


    A sequel to The Life of the Prophet in Makkah and Hijra, it presents the life of the Prophet in Madinah from a new perspective, highlighting the nature and characteristics of the society and the state he was able to establish. The book contains a vivid description of the inspiring and moving events that took place in Madinah during the last ten years of the Prophets mission. The outstanding feature of this book is that the author looks at the life of the Prophet through the prism of the Quran keeping in mind the contemporary problems of Muslim society.

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    The Blessed Names & Characteristics of Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh)


    This beautiful presentation of 99 Blessed Names and Characteristics of Prophet Muhammad draws the reader nearer to the Prophet through contemplation and reflection of his names, their meaning and how each shapes our daily lives. By studying the Prophet’s names readers may grasp the pivotal role of the Prophet in Islam and the interrelationship between God, the Prophet and man.
    The Prophet’s names are also reflective of his unblemished character and conduct, shedding light upon the attributes that make him a remarkable role model for all mankind. Each name is selected from the Qur’an or a Hadith. Accompanying each name is a commentary that is concise in nature but rich in meaning and style.

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    The Wives of the Prophet Muhammad


    Khadija, Sawda Bint Zamah, Aisha, Hafsah Bint Umar, Zaynab bint Khuzayma, Juwairiyyah bint Al-Harith, Safiyya, Um Habeebah, Mayamuna, Maria.. What do these twelve women have in common? They were all married to the Prophet Muhammed (P.B.U.H). This book goes into detail about the women’s personalities, character, and lives with our prophet.

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