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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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    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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    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.

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    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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    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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    From my sister’s lips

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    An extremely thought-provoking book that challenges Western preconceptions of Islamic women

    Author: Naima B. Robert
    Publisher: Bantam books
    Size/Vol.: A5 (14.8×21 cm – 5.83×8.27 in)
    ISBN : 9780553817171
    Language : English
    -Binding: PaperBack
    – Medium Size – 20 x 13 x 2.5 cm
    – Pages: 431
    – Weight: 289 gram
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    Heaven Under Your Feet

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    Pregnancy is an ultimate time to turn to Allah. Not only is it a physical process, it is also a spiritual and emotional journey filled with excitement and apprehension. Heaven Under Your Feet accompanies sisters along this beautiful phase in life.

    Whilst there is lots of advice-packed literature out there for the expectant mother, this book broaches the subject from the perspective of a Muslimah, addressing the thoughts and concerns of someone looking for an Islamic viewpoint on what is a unique and special moment in her life.

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    Ideal Muslim By Dr. Muhammad Ali Al-Hashimi, IIPH

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    The Ideal Muslim is about the true Islamic personality of the Muslim as defined in the Qur’an and Sunnah. Written by Dr. Muhammad Ali Al-Hashimi (also the author of the Ideal Muslimah), this book defines the Ideal Muslim as a man of the highest moral character. This book will play an important role in directing the Muslim community towards the path of guidance and leadership, thus becoming a beacon for all mankind.

    Islam does not concentrate on filling men’s minds with philosophical ideas, or on excessive dream-like spirituality, or on physical training and perfection, or on self-serving materialistic philosophies such as exist nowadays in both East and West. Islam drew up a balanced, integrated program for man’s development, taking into account his physical, intellectual and spiritual needs, based on the sound principle that man is formed of body, mind and soul.

    The Muslim personality is balanced. He pays due attention to his body’s needs and his outward appearance, without letting it distract him from taking care of the inner characteristics, as befits man whom Allah has honoured.

    “For, believers are those who, when Allah is mentioned, feel a tremor in their hearts, and when they hear His signs rehearsed, find their faith strengthened, and put (all) their trust in their Lord.”  – {T.M.Q – 8:2}

     

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    Ideal Muslimah By Dr. Muhammad Ali Al-Hashimi

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    The True Islamic Personality of the Muslim Woman as Defined in the Qur’an and Sunnah

    ‘How does Islam form her personality? How may her development reach such a high level that had never before been attained in the history of womankind, except in the religion of Islam?

    This is the question to which the reader will find the answer in the following pages. I ask Allah (SWT) to accept my work and make it purely for His sake. May He benefit others through it, make it a source of reward for me in this life and the next, and make it a help for me on the Day of Reckoning. May He guide me through it to what is right, and protect me from errors of thinking, bad intentions, slips of the pen, weakness of arguments and excessive verbiage. (Dr. Muhammad Ali al-Hashimi in the Preface to the First Edition)

    Contents :

    • Publisher’s Note 
    • Translator’s Foreword 
    • Preface to third edition 
    • Preface to first edition 
    • Chapter 1  : The Muslim Woman and her Rabb
    • Chapter 2  : The Muslim Woman and her Own Self
    • Chapter 3  : The Muslim Woman and her Parents 
    • Chapter 4  : The Muslim Woman and her Husband
    • Chapter 5  : The Muslim Woman and her Children
    • Chapter 6  : The Muslim Woman and her Sons and Daughers- In Law
    • Chapter 7  : The Muslim Woman and her Relatives
    • Chapter 8  : The Muslim Woman and her Neighbours
    • Chapter 9  : The Muslim Woman and her Friends and Sisters in Islam
    • Chapter 10: The Muslim Woman and her Community/Society  
    • Conclusion
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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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    Parent-Child Relations: A Guide To Raising Children (Full Colour)

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    This easy-to-read, comprehensive guide contains what Muslims need to know on how to parent with confidence. Packed with advice and powerful tips, using the latest research on child development and parenting techniques, it offers a mine of information on how to let children flourish, take the frustration out of parenting, and develop happy family relations. Authors provide guidance on developing character, knowledge, values, and skills, as well as a faith-based outlook in children, benefitting parents with kids of all ages. The many strategies and techniques offered include: teaching children how to problem-solve, make decisions, and develop self-esteem. Raising God conscious, moral, successful children, with a sense of civic responsibility in today

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

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    Allah the Almighty wants you to be bashful, while the Shaiton and his party want you to be licentious and evil, Allah wants you to preserve your honor in your house, and to be a sincere partner to your husband, and to be an advising leader of the house and a skillful nurturer of the children and a trustworthy treasurer in the house of your husband; so that you will be honored and respected by your husband, your family and your relatives, and become a righteous individual in your society, but Shaiton and his party want you to be evil and wicked, they want you to seduce men and intermingle with them in offices, hotels, coffee cafes and workplaces, they want you to run after them in order to fulfill their desire, and the more you intermingle with men the worse your situation will get, until when you will become like a carcass bitten off by dogs whenever they want, or like prey that is surrounded by a bunch of wolves in a secluded area, what do you think the wolves will do to this prey!

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