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    •  Why Polygamy Allowed in Islam?
      Why Polygamy Allowed in Islam?
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      Why Polygamy Allowed in Islam?

      Why Polygamy Allowed in Islam?Rate this post Under Islamic marital jurisprudence, Muslim men are allowed to practice polygamy, that is, they can have more than one wife at the same time, up to a total of four. In this Book we discuss why Polygamy is allowed in Islam…

    • The Tendency of Rationalizing The Shari’ah Laws
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      The Tendency of Rationalizing The Shari’ah Laws

      The Tendency of Rationalizing The Shari’ah LawsRate this post By: Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi Why we have to pray five times a day? Why dogs and pigs are regarded as ritually impure animals? Why an animal slaughtered un-Islamically is forbidden and ritually impure? These are but a few of the many ques­tions asked by our youths […]

    •  A Research on Khums and Objections Raised to it
      A Research on Khums and Objections Raised to it
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      A Research on Khums and Objections Raised to it

      A Research on Khums and Objections Raised to it3.6 (72%) 5 votes One of the writings that the Wahhabis hare published is about Khums1 (one fifth) of one, s income, which they try to repute by mixing it with fallacy or putting it in same deviational arguments. They claim that Khums is something meaningless among […]

    •  Bahishti Zewar 4.5.6.7
      Bahishti Zewar 4.5.6.7
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      Bahishti Zewar 4.5.6.7

      Bahishti Zewar 4.5.6.7Rate this post The second volume 4,5,6, 7. It describes the Five Pillars of Islam and also highlights more obscure principles. For years it has remained a favorite with the people of the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent. Among (Hanafi Deobandi) Muslims, it is a popular practice to present this volume to a new bride. The […]

    •  Fiqh Grade 5 Girls
      Fiqh Grade 5 Girls
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      Fiqh Grade 5 Girls

      Fiqh Grade 5 GirlsRate this post Educating Jurisprudence for Grade 5 Students …!

    • Taqlid and Marji’iyyah in Islam
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      Taqlid and Marji’iyyah in Islam

      Taqlid and Marji’iyyah in IslamRate this post By:Muhammad al-Tijani al-Samawi al-Tunisi Taqlid and Marji’iyyah in the Shi’ah’s View It is incumbent upon every mature (mukallaf) Muslim, if not being a mujtahid -i.e. who can deduce legislative rules from the Scripture and Sunnah-to imitate (in all his religious acts) a mujtahid having all necessary requirements (Shara’it) […]

    • The Tendency of Rationalizing The Laws of The Shari’ah
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      The Tendency of Rationalizing The Laws of The Shari’ah

      The Tendency of Rationalizing The Laws of The Shari’ahRate this post By:Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi “Why we have to pray five times a day? Why dogs and hogs are regarded unclean (najis)? Why an animal slaughtered in a non-Islamic way is forbidden (haram) and unclean?” These are but a few of the many questions asked by […]

    •  An Introduction to The Islamic Shari’ah
      An Introduction to The Islamic Shari’ah
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      An Introduction to The Islamic Shari’ah

      An Introduction to The Islamic Shari’ahRate this post In this text, Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi has outlined the fundamentals of Shari’ah and how to live by the teachings and laws of Islam. He discusses Taqlid, understanding of the laws and the reasoning behind them, and even the concept of Ijtihad.     Source: al-islam.org

    •  Bahishti Zewar 1.2.3
      Bahishti Zewar 1.2.3
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      Bahishti Zewar 1.2.3

      Bahishti Zewar 1.2.3Rate this post Bahishti Zewar (translated as Heavenly Ornaments), was written by Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi Rahmatullahe Alaihe. is a 8 volume comprehensive handbook of fiqh (jurisprudence), especially for the education of girls and women.

    •  Hajj (The Pilgrimage)
      Hajj (The Pilgrimage)
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      Hajj (The Pilgrimage)

      Hajj (The Pilgrimage)Rate this post The translation of the masterpiece of Ali Shari’ati, it is not a treatise on the hajj, but a reflection by the astute haji on what the hajj means as it is performed and includes the meaning behind each and every ritual of the hajj based on the Arabic language and […]

    •  Current Legal Issues
      Current Legal Issues
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      Current Legal Issues

      Current Legal IssuesRate this post Selection of the ans put to Ayatullah  Seestani regarding  prayer, Hajj, food, commodities, woman issues, reproduction, medical, ethical, science, entertainment, leisure, transactions & religious dues.    

    • Bowing Down (Ruku) and Prostration (Sujud)
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      Bowing Down (Ruku) and Prostration (Sujud)

      Bowing Down (Ruku) and Prostration (Sujud)Rate this post By: Hojjat al-Islam Muhsin Qara’ati Bowing down {ruku‘} is an essential pillar of prayer. Performing it in an excessive or inadequate manner, whether intentional or unintentional, renders the prayer invalid. The word “rak‘ah” {circle} which is used in counting the cycles of prayer is derived from the […]

    •  Khums (The One – Fifth)
      Khums (The One – Fifth)
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      Khums (The One – Fifth)

      Khums (The One – Fifth)Rate this post In this book, following subjects are discussed in order to make everything clear concerning the Khums: The reasons of making khums obligatory to be paid by making use of Quran and the prophet’s Traditions and narrations from the Imams (PBU Them). Commenting on the narrations which denote to the […]

    •  Islamic Lanterns
      Islamic Lanterns
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      Islamic Lanterns

      Islamic LanternsRate this post Islamic Lanterns: Conceptual and Jurisprudence Questions for Natives, Emigrants and Expatriates  

    •  Islamic Correspondence Course Bsasic Book Four
      Islamic Correspondence Course Bsasic Book Four
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      Islamic Correspondence Course Bsasic Book Four

      Islamic Correspondence Course Bsasic Book FourRate this post The Holy Prophet (s.a.w.) explained the most important objective of his mission in these words: “Indeed I have been sent only to perfect good manners.” In fact the whole religion is based on good manners; Islam in all its ramification (i.e. worship, dealing, jurisprudence and other laws) is concentrated in […]

    •  Prohibition of Two Lawful Pleasures
      Prohibition of Two Lawful Pleasures
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      Prohibition of Two Lawful Pleasures

      Prohibition of Two Lawful PleasuresRate this post A Critical Assessment of Prohibition of Mut’a of Hajj and Mut’a Marriage

    • What are The Sources of Shi‘i Jurisprudence {Fiqh}?
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      What are The Sources of Shi‘i Jurisprudence {Fiqh}?

      What are The Sources of Shi‘i Jurisprudence {Fiqh}?Rate this post By: Sayyid Rida’ Husayni Nasab Reply: Following the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of the Prophet (S), the Shi‘ah infer religious laws from four fundamental sources: 1. The Book of Allah (Qur’an); 2. The Sunnah of the Prophet (S); 3. Consensus {ijma‘}; and 4. […]

    •  Philosophy of Islamic Laws
      Philosophy of Islamic Laws
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      Philosophy of Islamic Laws

      Philosophy of Islamic LawsRate this post In this book, the authors have endeavored to reply to over a hundred commonly asked questions about Islamic laws and practices and have also explained the reasons being various Islamic directives.

    •  Introduction to Fiqh
      Introduction to Fiqh
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      Introduction to Fiqh

      Introduction to FiqhRate this post Condensed from ‘Jurisprudence & its principles’ by Shaheed Murtadha Mutahhari, it introduces the various aspects of Fiqh with references.

    •  Grade 2 – Fiqh Book
      Grade 2 – Fiqh Book
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      Grade 2 – Fiqh Book

      Grade 2 – Fiqh BookRate this post In this book the students are introduced to Usool-e-Deen, Asma-ul-Husan and the way Islam classifies the deeds. After introducing Najasat and Taharat, there are detailed lessons on Wudhu, Adhan and Iqama along with a brief introduction of Salat. Brief introductions of Zakat, Khums, Hajj and Sawm are also […]

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