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  •  The Battle of Karbala
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    The Battle of Karbala

    Rate this post “The Battle of Karbala took place on Muharram 10, 61 AH (October 9 or 10, 680 CE) in Karbala, in present day Iraq. On one side were supporters and relatives of Muhammad’s grandson Husayn ibn Ali; on the other side was a military detachment from the forces of Yazid I, the Umayyad […]

  •  Selections From The Seerah of Muhammad
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    Selections From The Seerah of Muhammad

    Rate this post The Prophet (saw) was not just a human being, he received a revelation from Allah (swt) and thus, he was a Messenger. His (saw) roles in life were not limited to being a father, a grandfather, and a husband. He (saw) was a judge, a ruler, an army commander and a statesman. Thus to […]

  •  Prophethood and the Prophet of Islam
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    Prophethood and the Prophet of Islam

    Rate this post This book discusses about general prophethood and particularly to the prophethood of The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) and the description of his proclamation as well as a sketch of his character and life history.

  •  The Core of Islam
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    The Core of Islam

    Rate this post The aim of this work is to guide Muslims, especially youths, giving clear answers to many commonly asked questions, in order to replace bewilderment with the clarity that comes from profound study of the primary sources of Islamic thought – the Holy Qur’an and ahadith of the Prophet Muhammad (S) and error-free […]

  •  Abd Allah Ibn Saba Myth Exploded
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    Abd Allah Ibn Saba Myth Exploded

    Rate this post This text carefully examines and refutes the claims of Ahlul Sunnah about Abd Allah Ibn Saba. It is almost impossible to find any single Salafi writer or speaker on Shi’ism who will not mention one ‘Abd Allah b. Saba as the founder of the Shi’i madhhab. This Ibn Saba is their bogeyman, […]

  •  Inquires About Islam
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    Inquires About Islam

    Rate this post Centuries ago when the nobles in the service of the Catholic Church drove the Muslims out of Europe, the message of Mohammad also was expurgated from the Western world. Had this power struggle never occurred, there would have been less need for Arab scholars and teachers like Imam Mohamad Jawad Chirri to […]

  •  Amazing Ruling and Judgments of Ali Ibn Abu Talib
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    Amazing Ruling and Judgments of Ali Ibn Abu Talib

    Rate this post Excerpted from Volume 3 of my translation of Nahjul-Balagha by Yasin T Al Jabouri

  •  Fabricated Traditions
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    Fabricated Traditions

    Rate this post Fabricated Traditions: A Critical Assessment of Traditions on Classification of Caliphs and their Excellencies. The author discusses traditions about caliphs relating their names in order; he proves that such traditions are fabricated and forged by studying various chains of these kinds of traditions available in Sihah al-Sitta and other credible Sunni sources. […]

  •  Maasir-i-Alamgiri – A History of Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir
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    Maasir-i-Alamgiri – A History of Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir

    Rate this post Chronicles of Mughal emperors are part biography and part official history. Here in the present work the Emperor is presented as a super humanbeing and wholesome adulation hide the human side of his personality. The official history was compiled in a chronological order from the court circulars and secret correspondence between the […]

  •  O Muslim Sister
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    O Muslim Sister

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  •  A Victim Lost in Saqifah Vol 4
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    A Victim Lost in Saqifah Vol 4

    Rate this post This is a recently written and published book in Iran. It is not a narrational book of the event of Saqifah but a scientific criticism, verification and a deep research. The book presents the actual quotations of every conjecture on each page so that the readers can gain complete information about them.

  •  Wafayat al-Ayan (The Obituaries of Eminent Men) Part 4
    Wafayat al-Ayan (The Obituaries of Eminent Men) Part 4
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    Wafayat al-Ayan (The Obituaries of Eminent Men) Part 4

    Wafayat al-Ayan (The Obituaries of Eminent Men) Part 4 3 (60%) 1 vote This is a monumental work of Ibn Khallikan, an eminent jurist consult and distinguished historian. The author had gained name and fame through this book because it attracted the attention of Orientalists in early nineteenth century. The translator, a well-known scholar, Mr. […]

  •  One Hundred Ascetics and their Chief Muhammad
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    One Hundred Ascetics and their Chief Muhammad

    Rate this post This book throws light into the lives of a hundred great men, the greatest of them being the Noble Prophet (S). It is a look into the ascetic aspects of their lives. In whatever they did, they sought Allah. They stayed away from sin and did not love the world. However they […]

  •  A Victim Lost in Saqifah Vol 3
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    A Victim Lost in Saqifah Vol 3

    Rate this post This is a recently written and published book in Iran. It is not a narrational book of the event of Saqifah but a scientific criticism, verification and a deep research. The book presents the actual quotations of every conjecture on each page so that the readers can gain complete information about them.

  •  Wafayat al-Ayan (The Obituaries of Eminent Men) Part 3
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    Wafayat al-Ayan (The Obituaries of Eminent Men) Part 3

    Rate this post This is a monumental work of Ibn Khallikan, an eminent jurist consult and distinguished historian. The author had gained name and fame through this book because it attracted the attention of Orientalists in early nineteenth century. The translator, a well-known scholar, Mr. M.G. de Slane brought out its first edition in 1838. […]

  •  A Victim Lost in Saqifah Vol 2
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    A Victim Lost in Saqifah Vol 2

    Rate this post This is a recently written and published book in Iran. It is not a narrational book of the event of Saqifah but a scientific criticism, verification and a deep research. The book presents the actual quotations of every conjecture on each page so that the readers can gain complete information about them.

  •  Al-Ghazali’s Letter to a Disciple
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    Al-Ghazali’s Letter to a Disciple

    Rate this post ‘Work for your terrestrial life in proportion to your location in it, and work for your afterlife in proportion to your eternity in it.’ This is part of the advice that the great theologian and mystic Abu Hamid al-Ghazali (1058-1111 AD) put down in his Letter to a Disciple. An old disciple […]

  •  Noble Dynasties – The History of Nur Ad-Din and Saladin
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    Noble Dynasties – The History of Nur Ad-Din and Saladin

    Rate this post This book is a biography of some of those unique people who were renowned of their sincerity, magnanimous feats , and great influence.

  •  Wafayat al-Ayan (The Obituaries of Eminent Men) Part 2
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    Wafayat al-Ayan (The Obituaries of Eminent Men) Part 2

    Rate this post This is a monumental work of Ibn Khallikan, an eminent jurist consult and distinguished historian. The author had gained name and fame through this book because it attracted the attention of Orientalists in early nineteenth century. The translator, a well-known scholar, Mr. M.G. de Slane brought out its first edition in 1838. […]

  •  A Victim Lost in Saqifah Vol 1
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    A Victim Lost in Saqifah Vol 1

    Rate this post This is a recently written and published book in Iran. It is not a narrational book of the event of Saqifah but a scientific criticism, verification and a deep research. The book presents the actual quotations of every conjecture on each page so that the readers can gain complete information about them.

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