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    •  Evil Eye, Sorcery & Jinn Possession
      Evil Eye, Sorcery & Jinn Possession
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      Evil Eye, Sorcery & Jinn Possession

      Evil Eye, Sorcery & Jinn PossessionRate this post Evil Eye, Sorcery & Jinn Possession remedies in the light of the Quran and Sunnah by Zakia Usmani…

    •  Dastan-e Amir Hamza
      Dastan-e Amir Hamza
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      Dastan-e Amir Hamza

      Dastan-e Amir Hamza2.8 (55%) 12 votes The concept of an oral book remained strong in India until the time the longer version of the DAH cycle was printed in Urdu (1883–1917). Shamsu ’r-Rahman Faruqi has pointed out that the DAH existed in the Indian oral tradition long before it was transcribed. According to him, what […]

    •  Sincere Councel to the Students of Sacred Knowledge
      Sincere Councel to the Students of Sacred Knowledge
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      Sincere Councel to the Students of Sacred Knowledge

      Sincere Councel to the Students of Sacred KnowledgeRate this post The challenges of parenthood are experienced by all and many times a parent is hard put to ascertain the correct course of action in bringing up a child in the correct Islamic manner, or, when required, disciplining that child. This treatise is a moving and […]

    • Shi’ism in Relation to Various Islamic Sects
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      Shi’ism in Relation to Various Islamic Sects

      Shi’ism in Relation to Various Islamic SectsRate this post By Dr. Abulqasim Gorji Usul al-Din (The Principles of Faith) The faith of Islam is based upon three principles: (1) belief in the One God, the Creator of the world-which is called al-tawhid (monotheism); (2) belief in the prophethood of Muhammad ibn `Abd Allah (S) as […]

    •  Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 1
      Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 1
      2.9 (58.72%) 187 votes

      Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 1

      Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 12.9 (58.72%) 187 votes Commentary by Allamah Ibn ‘Izz Al-Hanafi on Imam Tahawi’s Al-Aqeedah At-Tahawiyah. About the Author: A Hanafi Jurist, born in Taha (that’s where Tahawi came from), a town in Upper Egypt. Both of his parents were learned and attended Imam Ash-Shafai’s lectures. Became a Hadith […]

    •  The Right Path
      The Right Path
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      The Right Path

      The Right PathRate this post This book consist of a series of letters in the early part of twentieth century in the form of questions from an eminent Sunni alim, head of Al Azhar University to the author seeking to explain, justify and uphold Shiasm.

    •  Rulings Concerning Bismillah
      Rulings Concerning Bismillah
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      Rulings Concerning Bismillah

      Rulings Concerning BismillahRate this post This is a translation and hence an interpretation of the meanings of what the author originally said. The reader is strongly advised to refer to the original Sindhi, Urdu and Arabic texts for reference purposes.

    •  Hajj Merits and Precepts
      Hajj Merits and Precepts
      3.8 (75%) 8 votes

      Hajj Merits and Precepts

      Hajj Merits and Precepts3.8 (75%) 8 votes This books contains all the basic information needed to perform Hajj and Umrah alongwith the relevant masail for the pilgrim travelling to the Holy Lands. It is an adaptation of the book “Ahkaam e Haj” by Mufti Muhammad Shafi and is also available by the name “How to […]

    •  It Removes the Misconception About Caliph’s Caliphate
      It Removes the Misconception About Caliph’s Caliphate
      2.9 (58.46%) 13 votes

      It Removes the Misconception About Caliph’s Caliphate

      It Removes the Misconception About Caliph’s Caliphate2.9 (58.46%) 13 votes An analytical study by M. A.A. Sattar on Shah Walyullah Muhaddith Dehlavi’s “It Removes the Misconception About Caliph’s Caliphate” …!

    •  And Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah
      And Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah
      4 (80%) 1 vote

      And Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah

      And Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah4 (80%) 1 vote And Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah …An Examination of the Finality of Prophethood and Messengership…

    •  Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 2
      Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 2
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      Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 2

      Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 23 (60%) 14 votes Commentary by Allamah Ibn ‘Izz Al-Hanafi on Imam Tahawi’s Al-Aqeedah At-Tahawiyah. About the Author: A Hanafi Jurist, born in Taha (that’s where Tahawi came from), a town in Upper Egypt. Both of his parents were learned and attended Imam Ash-Shafai’s lectures. Became a Hadith […]

    •  BELIEF AND ISLAM
      BELIEF AND ISLAM
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      BELIEF AND ISLAM

      BELIEF AND ISLAMRate this post Belief and Islam the annotated Translation of  I’TIQÂD-NÂMA. The great walî, the treasure of Allâhu ta’lâlâ’s blessings, superior man in every respect, the master of unattainable knowledge, the light of right, truth and religion.

    •  Family sysytem in Islam
      Family sysytem in Islam
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      Family sysytem in Islam

      Family sysytem in IslamRate this post Family values play an important role from the Islamic point of view. Islam seeks to create durable bases for relationship within the family, which is the building block of a society. When each of these blocks is firmly placed, the social structure of the society rests on a strong foundation. Where the […]

    •  Death
      Death
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      Death

      DeathRate this post Death The righteous will die, and the wicked wil die… The warriors who fight Jihaad wil die, and those who sit at home will die… Those who busy themselves with correct belief will die, and those who treat the people as their slaves will die… The brave who reject injustice will die, […]

    •  Al-Shafi’i’s Risala
      Al-Shafi’i’s Risala
      2.8 (56.43%) 140 votes

      Al-Shafi’i’s Risala

      Al-Shafi’i’s Risala2.8 (56.43%) 140 votes Treatise on the Foundations of Islamic Jurisprudence Written in the second Islamic century by al-Imam al-Shafi’i (d. 204AH/820AD), the founder of one of the four Sunni schools of law. This important work gives the fundamental principles of Islamic jurisprudence and its influence continues to the present day. During the early […]

    •  The Ramadan of Shaikh al Hadith Muhammad Zakariyya and our Elders
      The Ramadan of Shaikh al Hadith Muhammad Zakariyya and our Elders
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      The Ramadan of Shaikh al Hadith Muhammad Zakariyya and our Elders

      The Ramadan of Shaikh al Hadith Muhammad Zakariyya and our EldersRate this post This book presents the example of how one of the greatest hadith scholars of the past century, Shaikh al-Hadith Muhammad Zakariyya, and other notable scholars, left their religious duties of teaching Qur’an and hadith to devote their time in austere devotion and […]

    •  Mutual Respect & Peaceful Co-Existence Among Muslim
      Mutual Respect & Peaceful Co-Existence Among Muslim
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      Mutual Respect & Peaceful Co-Existence Among Muslim

      Mutual Respect & Peaceful Co-Existence Among MuslimRate this post The views of our leading mujtahideen, compiled in this booklet, are guidelines for us to follow the example of the Ahlul Bayt (a.s.). In our interaction with the fellow Muslims, the question is not about what to say and not to say, the question is about […]

    •  Ijtihad (Meanings, Application & Scope)
      Ijtihad (Meanings, Application & Scope)
      2.3 (45%) 4 votes

      Ijtihad (Meanings, Application & Scope)

      Ijtihad (Meanings, Application & Scope)2.3 (45%) 4 votes This treatise is one of the most scholarly discour ses on the subject which serves you many cues to the Islamic way of reasoning and makes solid contributions to the mental milieu of the Muslim Community.

    •  Fiqh Us Sunnah
      Fiqh Us Sunnah
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      Fiqh Us Sunnah

      Fiqh Us SunnahRate this post Sayyid Saabiq (1915-2000 C.E.) wrote the book in Arabic at the request of Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan). Every Fiqh ruling in the book goes back to the Qur’an and Sunnah and Sabiq dealt with all four madhahib objectively, with no preferential treatment to any.

    •  The Creed of Imam of Hadith Bukhari
      The Creed of Imam of Hadith Bukhari
      3.1 (61.57%) 127 votes

      The Creed of Imam of Hadith Bukhari

      The Creed of Imam of Hadith Bukhari3.1 (61.57%) 127 votes This book is a translation of that treatise narrated from Imaam Al-Bukhaaree contained in the encyclopedia of the ‘Aqeedah known as “Sharh Usool I’tiqaad Ahlus-Sunnah Wal-Jamaa’ah”.  So this book, is a translation of some of the points of the Creed of Ahlus-Sunnah Wal-Jamaa’ah. The text […]

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