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  •  New Light on the Life of Muhammad

    New Light on the Life of Muhammad

    Alfred Guillaume’s authoritative translation of the Sira of Ibn Ishaq presents in English the complete history of the life of Prophet Muhammad. No book can compare in comprehensiveness, [...]

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  •  The Theology of Allama Hilli

    The Theology of Allama Hilli

    The book sets out to investigate thoroughly the impact of the various traditions on the theological views of Allama Hilli.

    The Theology of Allama Hilli
    2.8 (55.38%) 13 vote[s]
  •  An Introduction to Islamic Law

    An Introduction to Islamic Law

    This book presents a broad account of the present knowledge of the history and outlines the system of Islamic law. Showing that Islamic law is the key to understanding the essence of one of the [...]

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  •  The story of the Moors in Spain

    The story of the Moors in Spain

    This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this [...]

    The story of the Moors in Spain
    3 (60%) 11 vote[s]
  •  The Zahiris Their Doctrine and History

    The Zahiris Their Doctrine and History

    Ignaz Goldziher wrote his book Die Zahiriten in 1883. The English translation of this standard work on Islamic jurisprudence appeared in 1971. The book has been in print ever since. This new [...]

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  •  The Sublime Quran and Orientalist

    The Sublime Quran and Orientalist

    This book is written with the lofty ambition of providing a meaningful introduction to the Qur’an for Western readers. It may be argued that the Qur’an, the sacred Book for the 900 [...]

    The Sublime Quran and Orientalist
    2.4 (48.57%) 7 vote[s]
  •  Spanish Islam: (A History of the Muslims in Spain)

    Spanish Islam: (A History of the Muslims in Spain)

    The author of this book, feels that only a few books cover the entire period of eight centuries of Muslim presence in the Iberian Peninsula. This book attempts to cover the entire period from [...]

    Spanish Islam: (A History of the Muslims in Spain)
    3 (60%) 4 vote[s]
  •  The Middle East A History

    The Middle East A History

    Now celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, The Middle East: A History has long been the standard introductory textbook in the field of Middle Eastern history. It is the most comprehensive [...]

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  •  Rethinking the Roots of Modern Science

    Rethinking the Roots of Modern Science

    Rethinking the roots of modern science: Arabic manuscripts in European libraries (Occasional papers / Center for Contemporary Arab Studies Georgetown University

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  •  Rulers of India – Babar

    Rulers of India – Babar

    In the month of Ramadan of the year eight hundred and ninety-nine [June, 1494], I became King of Farghdna.’ Such are the opening words of the celebrated Memoirs of Barbar, first of the ‘Moghul’ [...]

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  •  The Arab conquests in Central Asia

    The Arab conquests in Central Asia

    This work was presented to the University of London in December 1921, under the title of “The Arab Conquest of Transoxania “, as a thesis for the degree of Master of Arts, and was approved by the [...]

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  •  Arabia and the Arabs

    Arabia and the Arabs

    Long before Muhammed (S) preached the religion of Islam, the inhabitants of his native Arabia had played an important role in world history as both merchants and warriors Arabia and the Arabs [...]

    Arabia and the Arabs
    3.1 (62.13%) 122 vote[s]
  •  The Origins of Ismailism

    The Origins of Ismailism

    This book is not just an attempt to sketch a history of the early Is’mailis. It is a history of the perceptions the non-Is’maili had of those early Is’mailis, a historiography combined with a [...]

    The Origins of Ismailism
    3.1 (62.14%) 28 vote[s]
  •  Islam and Orientalisrn

    Islam and Orientalisrn

    This book is dedicated to all Muslim college and university students in Pakistan and abroad so that they may gain a full appreciation of the conspiracy working for their ruin and what can be done [...]

    Islam and Orientalisrn
    2.6 (51.11%) 9 vote[s]
  •  Muhammad and the Jews

    Muhammad and the Jews

    Muhammad and The Jews is probably the first objective study by a Muslim of a subject that needs a full appreciation in the background of the Arab struggle against zionism.The study conclusively [...]

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  •  Islamic Studies Orientalists and Muslim Scholars

    Islamic Studies Orientalists and Muslim Scholars

    The moral duty of every Muslim scholar is to acknowledge the services rendered by the orientalists to the Islamic branches of learning. For several among them have employed themselves to the [...]

    Islamic Studies Orientalists and Muslim Scholars
    2.6 (51.43%) 7 vote[s]
  •  Ethical Theories in Islam

    Ethical Theories in Islam

    In “Ethical Theories in Islam,” the author has given a “typology” of Islamic ethics, without overlooking altogether the chronological development. Four such types of [...]

    Ethical Theories in Islam
    2.9 (58.02%) 202 vote[s]
  •  To Jerusalem Through the Lands of Islam

    To Jerusalem Through the Lands of Islam

    This book stresses the need for unity among the believers of God: Jews, Muslims, and Christians. “We must read it – or rather we must travel with her, for truth guides her pen, as charity [...]

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  •  Saladin and the fall of the Kingdom of Jerusalem

    Saladin and the fall of the Kingdom of Jerusalem

    This work first published in 1898 has become almost an authoritative account of the era of the Crusades and the life of one of Muslim world’s best known leaders, Salahuddin al-Ayyubi, or [...]

    Saladin and the fall of the Kingdom of Jerusalem
    3 (60%) 2 vote[s]
  •  Studies in Islamic History and Institutions

    Studies in Islamic History and Institutions

    Goitein’s selection of studies dealing with Islamic history, religion, and institutions offers a wide-ranging, sensitive, and highly original introduction to a civilization by one who lived all [...]

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