A Fire Of Jealousy
(The Story of Prophet Yusuf) – Part 1
Fire of Jealousy
By: Nayeem Ahmed Baloch
A Gift to the Reader in Annotation of Sharh as Sunnah : 2 Volume Set (Shaykh Dr. Saalih Al-Fawzaan)
Sharh as-Sunnah of Imam Barbaharee (2 Vols) Explained by Dr Saalih al-Fawzan
This is the highly beneficial two volume work in explanation of the famous works by Imam al-Barbahari (d.329h) by the esteemed & noble Shaykh, Dr Saalih al- Fawzan. Its importance can be seen by virtue of its being compiled in the early times; as it is one of the books of the earliest Salaf – those who lived in the same period with the great Imams, acquired knowledge from them and reported their pure Aqidah(creed)
A GIFT TO THE SUNNI IN DEMOLISHING THE CREED OF THE SHIAH£7.50
A Glimpse at the Way of the Companions£3.50
A Guide To Islamic Names
Comprehensive introduction to Islamic names. Imported. Discussion includes:
Names in general
Names in Islam
Classification of Islamic Names: Ism, Kunya, Nasab, Nisba, Laqab
A father’s responsibility in giving good names to his children
Times of naming
The Prophet’s (pbuh) liking of good names and dislike for bad names
Changing of bad names by the Prophet (pbuh)
Influence of good or bad names
Shari’a’s injunction for naming after the kunya of the Prophet (pbuh)
More than one name
Superstition in nomenclature
Part 2 – Glossary of Names
Names of the Prophet
Excellent names of Allah (swt)
Names and attributes of Prophet Muhammed (pbuh)
Names of the wives of the Prophet (pbuh)
Names of the Sahaba
Names of the Sahabiyat
List of names according to the Arabic alphabetical order
Issues to bear in mind
Author: Bashir bin Muhammad bin Abdul Hamid al-Ma’sumi
Publisher: Ad-Dar as-Salafiah (1999)
Pages: 189 Binding: Paperback
A guide to male female interaction in Islam
Year of Publication:2014
shelf number jz-3
A Guide to Parenting in Islam: Cherishing Childhood
A Guide to Parenting in Islam: Cherishing Childhood by Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari
Our children are the greatest assets that Allah has entrusted us with. We owe it to Allah and to our children, therefore, to invest our time and efforts into being the best parents we can be. Cherishing Childhood is a parent-to-parent handbook that outlines how to tackle the challenges (and reap the rewards) of parenting children from birth to per-adolescence within an Islamic ethos in a pluralist society.
» The concept of Positive Parenting;
» How to welcome a child into the world;
» The unique nature of a toddler and how to manage the most common issues in
the per-school years;
» Matters to consider when choosing a primary school;
» How to support your child through primary school;
» Creating the most nurturing home environment for children to flourish in;
» Guidelines for discipline and dealing with difficult behavior;
» Tips on how to build a Muslim character.
Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari is an educationalist and community activist holding a PhD and PGCE from King’s College London and a Management degree from the Open University. He has worked as an Air Force Officer, researcher in physics, science
teacher and a behavior support teacher. He was Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain (2006-10), Chairman of the East London Mosque Trust (2002-13) and a board member of the London Olympics and Paralympics Organizing Committee (2006-13). He writes on community and social issues and has authored several books on Muslim family, parenting and identity. He is the founder of Amana Parenting and Head2Heart (a socio-political forum). He is married with four children.
A Guide To Salat
A Guide To Salat :
There are many books dealing with the subject of Salat in both Arabic and Urdu. Many of these books are well written and provide an informative and comprehensive view of how Salat should be performed according to the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Unfortunately, there are very few books in English which deal with the subject in the same informative and comprehensive way. The books, which do exist, have three main disadvantages:
Firstly, literature concerning Salat available in English is either so brief that it does not cover essential points in nearly enough detail, or it is so bulky and detailed that it becomes difficult to use it for quick reference, and essential points may get lost in the unnecessary detail.
Secondly, the text of the Salat lacks the quality of direct research from the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). There are also books which contain material without any reference to the original sources.
Thirdly, the majority of books have been written according to the views held by certain schools of thought and for this reason some people hesitate to follow them.
Because of these weaknesses in existing literature in English, we felt that the need existed to produce a medium sized book on Salat which would approach the subject according to the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). The Prophet (pbuh), himself, said: “Pray as you have seen me praying.”
Such a book needs to contain all the essential details of Salat without being too bulky or complicated so that the reader can use it as a point of reference on a journey or at home.
It was also felt that a comprehensive book on Salat in English would be useful for converts to Islam and for such Muslims who do not fully understand Arabic and Urdu languages. Keeping in mind the needs of our brothers and sisters, every effort has been made to produce this book in simple and easy language.
During our research, we sometimes found that differences occurred between established practices in various prayer books. In these circumstances we referred to authentic Ahadith of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), so that the points could be clarified as much as possible. This was, because, for a true Muslim there is no greater proof for settling arguments than authentic Ahadith and practices of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
We hope that ALLAH will accept this humble attempt because without His Support and Help we would never have been able to do this work. Finally, we ask all our Muslim brothers and sisters to study the text and to strive to offer Salat ( prayer ) according to it. If anyone finds anything unacceptable or to be against the Sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh) we would be grateful if they would inform us.
BY: Muhammad Abdul Karim Saqib
Publisher : Darussalam
Pages : 64 (paperback)
A Guide to the Celebration of ‘Eed
A comprehensive manual on the rules and regulations, and methodology that the Prophet (pbuh) and Sahaba followed in the performance of the Eed (Eid) prayers.
uthor: M.A.K. Saqib
Publisher: Abul Qasim Publishing House (Saudi Arabia)
Pages: 35 Binding: Paperback
A Guide To The Principles of Tajweed
A Guide To The Principles Of Tajwid :
Tajwid literally means ‘ to imrove or do better’ and is the knowledge and application of the rules of recitation practised by the Prophet(s.a.w.w)as Jibril(a.s) had taught him. The rules of the science of tajwid in islam are obligatory on every conscientious reader of the Qur’an as Allah mentions in the Qur’an itself, …’And recite the Qur’an distinctly…’ (73:3).While learning the science of tajwid is best done with the aid of a teacher, this book provides an invaluable aid for the student of the Qur’an. It contains seven chapters covering the principles and rules of tajwid, including diagrams and tables to facilitate learning.By : Khalifa EzzatPublisher: The Islamic Cultural Center
Pgaes: 97 (paperback)
A Hand Through the Door for My New Sister
Shelf Number : J5-002
A Handbook of Hadith Terminology and Classification
Year of Publication:2012
Size cm: 15×22
Binding: Hard Back
Author: Muhammad S.ar-Rahawan
weight: 485 gram