100 Ahadith about Islamic Manners
100 Ahadith about Islamic Manners
An extract of 100 Ahadith from famous collections of Ahadith (Sahih Al Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, At-Tirmidhi, Riyad-us-saliheen and others). The distinguishing feature of this book is the selection of its chapters that persuade the good morals and behaviour.
A moral and spiritual revolution begins to happen in the mind and conduct of the readers as their study progresses. We hope that this selection of Ahadith will initiate the readers to follow Islamic teachings throughout their life.
معجزات الرسول ﷺ
محمد عدنان غنام
الناشر: دار ام القرى
التأويل في الصفات الإلهية
وموقف السلف منه
تأليف: الدكتوردخيل الأزوري
تقديم: محمد زين الهادي العرماني
تأليف: أحمد عبدالرزاق الحلفي
وبإشراف مجموعة من ذوي اإختصاص والخبرة
الناشر: دار البشير – مؤسسة الرسالة
110 Hadith Qudsi
Ahadith are the sayings, deeds and approvals of the Prophet (S) under Divine guidance and are generally traced back to the Prophet (S) as regards to their authority. But some Ahadith hold a distinct place and are termed as Ahadith Qudsi (Sacred Ahadith) and the authority in these Ahadith is attributed to Allah through the Prophet (S). This book is a collection of 110 such Ahadith relating to the important aspects of daily life so that the readers may get benefited from it for the success in this life as well as in the Hereafter.
A Concise Volume of Al’Bukharis Correct Traditions£36.00
A Day In The Life Of Muhammad _A Study In The Prophet’s Daily Programme
This book is Arabic translation of A Day In The Life Of Muhammad _A Study In The Prophet’s Daily Programme.
A Description Of The Supererogatory (Sunnah) Prayers
Author: Shaykh Muhammad ‘Umar Bazmool
Paperback: 104 Pages
O Muslim, be consistent with the regular supererogatory Prayers, imitating the excellent example of the Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam). As Allaah said,
“Indeed, in the Messenger of Allaah you have a good example to follow for him who hopes for (the meeting with) Allaah and the Last Day, and remembers Allaah much.” [Sooratul-Ahzaab 33:21]
Being consistent with the supererogatory Prayers is also a way to compensate for any fault or deficiency that transpired in the obligatory Prayers.
Man is prone to fall short and fail to achieve perfection, and therefore he is in need of something to compensate for his negligence.
For this reason – O Muslim – you cannot afford to neglect the regular supererogatory Prayers, as this will earn you extra rewards, which you will find with your Lord.
Along with every obligatory act, whether it is the compulsory prayer, compulsory fasting, compulsory zakaat or compulsory Hajj, a corresponding supererogatory act has been legislated. All of these obligations are accompanied by similar supererogatory acts that have been legislated to compensate for any flaw and to rectify any discrepancy.
The fact that Allaah has prescribed different acts of worship, so as to elevate His servants in degrees and cleanse them of their sins, is a blessing which He bestows upon them.
Furthermore, my dear brothers, you should know that performance of the regular supererogatory prayers is heavily emphasised and it is disliked to abandon them. Whoever continuously leaves off these Prayers is considered to be sinful , and according to some Imaams such a person is untrustworthy because constantly leaving off these Prayers suggests a weakness in his Religion and negligence on his part.
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 Radiant Masterpiece in explanation of the poem of Ibn Abee Daawud: Al-Haa’iyah
The source of Ahlus-Sunnah in derivation is the Book and the Sunnah. They take from them, derive their evidences from them, and rely upon them. They do not deviate from them in the least. Rather, they are as Al-Awzaa’ee said:
“We go with the Book and the Sunnah wherever they go.”
They do not invent anything from themselves. Shaykh Al-Islaam, may Allaah have mercy upon him, stated:
“The creed does not belong to me nor to anyone greater than myself. The creed belongs to Allaah and His Messenger (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam).”
So from Allaah is the Message and upon the Messenger is the conveyance of the Message and upon us is belief and submission. Due to this, we find the books of Ahlus-Sunnah beginning with mention of the source before explaining the creed. This is that which we derive from that which the Messenger of Allaah (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) would constantly do within the Friday sermon. He would always say in the beginning of it:
“As to proceed; indeed the truest speech is the Book of Allaah the best guidance is the guidance of Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) and the worst of all matters and the newly invented matters.”
And his (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam), repetition of that every Friday contains emphasis for the importance of giving due consideration to this source and the necessity of preserving and safeguarding it.
Concerning his statement: تَمسَّـكْ “Cling” Clinging in the language means: To hold fast to something and be steadfast upon it. This is derived from the statement of Allaah the Exalted:
And hold fast, all of you together, to the Rope of Allaah and be not divided among yourselves, and remember Allaah’s Favor on you, for you were enemies one to another but He joined your hearts together, so that, by His Grace, you became brethren and you were on the brink of a pit of Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus Allaah makes His Ayât (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.,) clear to you, that you may be guided.
Likewise the statement of Allaah, the Exalted:
And as to those who hold fast to the Book and perform the prayer; certainly, We shall never waste the reward of those who do righteous deeds.
Concerning the “…Rope of Allaah” the scholars have several statements concerning its meaning. The majority of them, according to the scholars of Tafseer, say that it means: the Qur’aan; as has been mentioned by Ibn Al-Qayyim, may Allaah have mercy upon him. And it is that which is intended by the poet here, because he mentions the Sunnah thereafter.
The poet, may Allaah have mercy upon him, within his statement: “Hold tightly to the Rope of Allaah,” is addressing the Sunnee and saying to him: Let your point of reference always and eternally be the Book of Allaah and along with your clinging to it: “Follow the guidance” meaning: the Sunnah. The term guidance within the Book and the Sunnah is applied to two affairs:
The first is At-Tawfeeq and inspiration.
The second is indicating clarification and directing
A-Noukat Ala Taqreeb A-Tahdheeb النكت على تقريب التهذيب
النكت على تقريب التهذيب
ابن باز – – اعتنى به الفوزان
A-tassheel Fil-Fiqh التسهيل في الفقه
التسهيل في الفقه
صالح فوزان بن عبد الله الفوزان
دار ابن الجوزي