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  •  Islamic Marriage Handbook

    Islamic Marriage Handbook

    This book is compiled for those intending to marry in the near future or the newly married people. In this short handbook we have tried to put things in a nutshell. It is recommended to do a [...]

    Islamic Marriage Handbook
    4 (80%) 4 vote[s]
  •  Practical Laws of Islam

    Practical Laws of Islam

    Practical Laws of Islam According to the Fatawa of Ayatullah al-Uzama Ayatullah Syed Ali Khamenei, A concise guide to some of the ruling on everyday issues including prayer, ablutions and [...]

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  •  Muslim Family Laws

    Muslim Family Laws

    This book expands and updates coverage of family law reforms (in marriage, divorce, and inheritance) and analyzes the diverse interpretation of Muslim family law, identifying shifts, key [...]

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  •  Polygamy in Islam

    Polygamy in Islam

    Polygamy in Islaam by Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips and Jameelah Jones. In this book the authors describe all the most characteristics of marriage in Islam, pointing out Western notions of sex [...]

    Polygamy in Islam
    2.8 (55%) 32 vote[s]
  •  Etiquettes of Marriage

    Etiquettes of Marriage

    There are in Islam, certain etiquettes upon anyone who marries and wishes to consummate his marriage with his wife. Most Muslims today, even those who exert themselves in Islamic worship, have [...]

    Etiquettes of Marriage
    3.4 (68%) 10 vote[s]
  •  Diseases of the Soul – 2 Backbiting Gheebah

    Diseases of the Soul – 2 Backbiting Gheebah

    Abu Dharr (r) once asked the Prophet Muhammad (s): “O Messenger of Allah, what is gheebah?” He replied: “It is to mention about your brother that which he detests.” Abu Dharr (r) said: “O [...]

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  •  Nikah and Beyond

    Nikah and Beyond

    According to Islamic law it is known as a bi-lateral contract (aqd) proposed by the woman and accepted by the man. However, we know that without love there is no contract strong enough to hold [...]

    Nikah and Beyond
    2.9 (57.14%) 7 vote[s]
  •  Marriage of Syedani with Non Syed is Haram

    Marriage of Syedani with Non Syed is Haram

    In today’s materialistic society, wealth and power have paramount influence on assessing the virtues of a person and when it comes to judging the compatibility of man and women for marriage [...]

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  •  A Gift For The Youth

    A Gift For The Youth

    According to Fiqh E Jaferia….. “An marry those among you who are single… If they are needy, Allah (swt) will make them free from want out of His grace” This is clear, [...]

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  •  The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Quran

    The Islamic System of Judiciary in the Quran

    It has been stipulated in fiqh that adjudication has certain criteria which the judge may not violate. These include: evidence or oath, the oath given on weak and inconclusive evidence (qasamah [...]

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  •  Diseases of the Soul – 3 Envy Hasad

    Diseases of the Soul – 3 Envy Hasad

    Hasad or malicious envy is a psychological state in which a person wishes for the deprivation of a blessing, talent, or merit possessed by another person (the mahsud). Islamic ethical teachings [...]

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  •  Islamic Married Life Ethics

    Islamic Married Life Ethics

    This book is a presentation of 24 illuminating talks given by Ayatollah Hussein Muzaheri to highlight the concept of Family and Home in Islam. This concept is based on Faith and Love. For [...]

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  •  Marriage According to Five Schools of Islamic Law

    Marriage According to Five Schools of Islamic Law

    All the five schools of Islamic Jurisprudence (Jafari, Hanafi, Shafei, Hanbali, Maliki) concur that marriage is performed by the recital  of  a  marriage  contract  which contains  an  offer [...]

    Marriage According to Five Schools of Islamic Law
    4 (80%) 3 vote[s]
  •  Child Custody In Islamic Jurisprudence

    Child Custody In Islamic Jurisprudence

    Child Custody in the Islamic Jurisprudence, written originally in Persian by the distinguished researcher Saeid Nazari Tavakkoli and published by The Islamic Research Foundation of Astan Quds [...]

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  •  Marriage (Nikah)

    Marriage (Nikah)

    In the Islamic Law, marriage is an ‘aqd, a contract. Mohammed bin Ziyad narrates from Hussain bin Zaid, who heard from Imam Jafar-e-Sadiqas that relationship with women is permissible under three [...]

    Marriage (Nikah)
    3.3 (66.67%) 3 vote[s]
  •  The Fiqh of Marriage in the light of the Quran and Sunnah

    The Fiqh of Marriage in the light of the Quran and Sunnah

    This covers the marriage proposal, the dower, the announcing of the wedding, feast, the rights of the husband and wife, many contemporary issues and some evil customs that have crept into the [...]

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  •  Nikah Al-Mut’ah, Zina or Sunnah?

    Nikah Al-Mut’ah, Zina or Sunnah?

    All the Sahabah – including Abu Bakr and ‘Umar – considered mut’ah to be halal throughout the lifetime of the Prophet, and throughout the rule of Abu Bakr. For most of the era of ‘Umar, all [...]

    Nikah Al-Mut’ah, Zina or Sunnah?
    3 (60%) 1 vote[s]
  •  Women in Islam

    Women in Islam

    “Women in Islam” the book discusses the history of women before Islam and to see how peoples before Islam and non-Muslim peoples after Islam, in both civilized and primitive nations, [...]

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  •  Islamic Edicts on Family Planning

    Islamic Edicts on Family Planning

    The present book is a compilation of Fatawa from the top caliber religious scholars of the Shi`a and the Ahl as-Sunnah within the Islamic Republic of Iran in relation to the various methods of [...]

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  •  Principles of Marriage and Family Ethics

    Principles of Marriage and Family Ethics

    Purpose of marriage, duties of the wife, duties of the men, settling disagreements, and divorce, as well as a diverse range of day to day issues.

    Principles of Marriage and Family Ethics
    3.6 (72%) 5 vote[s]