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- Manasik Al-Hajj 2.83 (56.67%) 6 votes The Hajj in Islamic law is a group of sacred rites and is one of the pillars upon which Islam is established. Hajj in its two parts, the wajib and the mustahabb, is of great merit and with an ample reward. The obligation of Hajj is a proven subject […]
- The Principle of Ijtihad in Islam 2.8 (56%) 15 votes The document hereunder translated into English, first appeared in the collection “Bahthi dar barayi Marja`iyat wa Ruhaniyat” , which was reviewed by Lambton. This volume contained essays by figures who were then prominent in the anjuman hayi islami, an organization of groups with a religiously educated leadership concerned […]
- An outline of the History of Restriction on Ijtihad 3.25 (65.07%) 71 votes An outline of the History of Restriction on Ijtihad is the history and significance of Ijtihad in Sunni and Shi’i developments written by by Shaykh Aga Buzurg Tehrani and Translated from the Arabic by Mujahid Husayn…
- Ijtihad, Its Meaning, Sources, Beginnings and the Practice of Ra’y 3.11 (62.18%) 55 votes The sources of ijtihad according to Shi’ah and the Ahl al-Sunnah, put together, are: the Book, the Sunnah, ijma` (consensus), `aql (reason), qiyas (analogy), istihsan, masalih mursalah, istislah, sadd al-dhara’i`, fath al-dhara’i; madhhab al-sahabi, shari`at al-salaf, `urf, istidlal, and so on. In this series of […]
- According to the Tahrir Al-Wasilah of Ayatullah ʻUzma Imam Khomeini 3.19 (63.83%) 47 votes According to the Tahrir Al-Wasilah of Ayatullah ʻUzma Imam Khomeini Second Volume by Laleh Bakhtiar…
- Why should we follow an Imaam? 3.16 (63.13%) 32 votes Why Should We Follow An Imam By Madrasah Taleem Ud Deen is a complete Answer of Question of Some Ghair Muqallideen – Salafi – Ahle Hadees ask: ‘Did The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihi wa sallam say you must follow Abu Hanifah? So why do […]
- Uqood Two party contract 2.56 (51.18%) 34 votes UQOOD (2 PARTY CONTRACTS) – These are 19 chapters of the 52 chapters of Fiqh. For example nikah, buying and selling. The contracts of sharia which do not require the niyya of Qurbatan Ilallah but are to be declared with the pronouncement of a formula in which […]
- The Model of the Gnostics (Uswat al-Arifeen) 3 (60%) 1 vote Biography of a great scholar and writer of the 20th century, Ayatollah Muhammad Taqi Bahjat and his teachings on Fiqh and Usool in the most simplest terms.
- Worship and Self Development 3.25 (65%) 4 votes This work is based on the Risalah-i-Novin-i-Imam Knomeini series, about Worship and Self Development According to the Tahrir al-Washilah of Ayatullah Imam Khomeini, Translated into English In consultion with Hujjat ul-Islam salma Ghaffari….
- Waqf, Hajr and Wasaya Volume- 8 2 (40%) 1 vote “In this book, Waqf, Hajr And Wasaya: According To Five Schools Of Islamic Law, the practice of political and religious schools, as well as their role in shaping the peace process is described in Danish.
- Light of the Path 2 (40%) 2 votes This booklet contains some of the very many points of view of Imam Khomein the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, who has strived ceaselessly on the path of Allah to liberate the Muslims and the deprived people of the world from the yoke of oppressors and dominators. The […]
- A General look at rites 3 (60%) 2 votes Even though Muslims usually understand a great dead of the affairs, other than Islamic worship, the secrets of orders and practical lows like the corruption of wine, gambling, prostitution and the like, but these affairs and practical lows are mostly obscure and frequently under question . […]
- Obligations and Prohibitions in Islamic Divine Law 3.5 (70%) 2 votes Drawn from the Quran and the Prophet’ Sunnah, this is one of a kind book as it presents, in a brief and simple language, the issues the society is confronted with both in the field of thought and practice, and represents a derivation of […]
- Wudu’ (Ablution) in the Holy Qur’an and the Hadith 3 (60%) 1 vote One of the rules on whose necessity and conditions for performing the five daily (obligatory) prayers all the Muslims have consensus is the purity (Taharah). One for whom the obligatory bathing (Ghusl) is not necessary can accomplish purifying by ablution.
- What is Hajj and who is a Hajji? 3 (60%) 1 vote What is Hajj and who is a Hajji? A psycho-educational perspective Given the deeply and reflecting more inclusively on the philosophy of existence, hypothetical principles of religious values, and all the must and must not articles of a belief system, one arrives at the […]
- Rate this post Taqleed is an integral part of Sharia. There is a lot of false propaganda maligning this pillar of Islam that keeps the Muslims united on a platform. This book takes a reader through a reasoning process to prove time and again the integrity of this pillar.
- Rules Relating to the Deceased 2.5 (50%) 4 votes Death is a reality in which all human beings believe. However, it is also a reality which most of us like to keep out of our minds. In Islam, death is not an end to our existence; it is a passage, which takes us from this world […]
- Namaz with Illustration 3.5 (70%) 2 votes The five prayers are among the best acts of worship that the Muslim performs. Performing them is the best deed after having the correct belief in God and His Messenger. When we say “prayers” we are referring to an act of worshiping God which has a specific format as […]
- 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 khums being allowable for […]
- Rate this post Wudhoo was taught by the Prophet (pbuh) after he came back from Me’raj, where he performed Wudhoo with water from a river in Heaven. Apart from Salaa, Wudhoo is also required for: Tawaf around the Ka’ba Touching the writing of the Holy Qur’an Touching the names of Allah and the 14 Ma’sumeen
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