The world is at a crossroads today. A tiny minority of Muslims seems to be bent on hijacking the religion of Islam and bringing it into perpetual conflict with the rest of the world. Because of their actions, very few non-Muslims understand the real difference between Islam as it has always been, and the distorted perversions of Islam today. This book is an attempt to positively say what Islam actually is—and always was—as well as what it is not.
Commentary on Shaikh Al Islam IBN Taymiyyah’s AL-AQIDAH AL WASITIYYAH SHEIKH MUHAMMAD BIN SALIH AL-UTHAYMEEN
A detailed commentary/explanation of the famous writing of Shaikh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, al-Aqeedatul-Wasitiyah, done by the noble Shaykh, Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen (Rahimahumullaah).
Two volumes contain a detailed study/explanation on the topic of creed/aqeedah (belief in oneness of Allah).
In Allah Loves, Omar Suleiman explores who and what Allah loves so that we may become one of those who are beloved to Him.
The Prophet Muhammad said that one of the supplications of Prophet Dawud was, “O Allah I ask You for Your love and the love of those that love You and all of those actions that would bring me closer to being loved by you.”
By looking at our actions, characteristics and beliefs, this book will help us become better individuals, citizens and believers that are deserving of Allah’s endless, infinite and ever-lasting love.
Made up of 30 short and spiritually enriching chapters, this book is a reminder that throughout our lives, the Creator’s love is always there, increasing through everyday actions such as showing generosity or remaining consistent with unnoticeable good deeds.
This update, easy-to-use reference book gives you:
- The 501 most common Arabic verbs in a table format
- Both the Arabic characters and their English infinitive form at the top of each page
- Exemplary essay that discusses Arabic verb formation and usage
- Common idioms with example sentences to demonstrate verb usage
- A grammar review and a pattern index
- Indexes that list verbs in both root order and strict alphabetical order
The Prophet Muhammad SAW said,
“If the Muslim relates with the people and forbears when they hurt him, he is better than the Muslim who would not relate with the people nor forbear over hurt they direct to him. ” (At-Tirmidhee and Ibn Maajah)
Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taimiyyah رحمه الله mentioned the virtues of returning forbearance and kindness when envy and hurt were directed toward us. He summarized 20 formulas that will help us how to exercise patience in this invaluable book.
Allāh the Most High Said: “And your Lord has decreed that you
worship none but Him. And that you be dutiful to your parents…”
After Allāh Almighty, there is none who has realised a greater
favour to any person than one’s own parents. His mother bore him
in extreme difficulty and went through great hardship and trouble
while carrying him. Both parents performing their best in raising
him, providing love and compassion and working hard to spend on
him; spending sleepless nights tending to him while ignoring their
own wants and desires.
Islām has gone to great lengths in impressing piety towards parents
and indicating reward and punishment associated to it. A person
with basic common sense understands the rights of the one who
renders favours to him; not recognising such rights is from the most
deprived qualities one can assume. A person who is dutiful and good
to his parents should know that no matter how diligent he is towards
them, he can never repay or thank them for their rights and privileges
granted to them by Allāh.
The renowned and eminent scholar, Ibn al-Jawzī penned this emotive
book upon witnessing disregard and neglect some of the youth in his
time had for their parents and kin, and not regarding it to be a necessary
part of religion. He therefore felt the need to compile a short tract on
these obligations so that the unaware may take heed and reassess the
shortfalls in regards to their own obligations. He arranged it into
seamless chapters touching on divine basis for being dutiful to parents
and enjoining ties of kinship. This English rendering of Ibn al-Jawzī’s
‘Birrul Wālidayn’ will assuredly lead to marked positive realignment
of our own relationships with our parents and families.
And Allāh grants the means and ability to whomsoever He Wills.
Baby’s First Quran Stories, is a wonderful way to introduce little ones to some of the Quran’s best loved stories. Each of these 20 easy-to-read stories has a moral lesson and all are accompanied by bright and colourful illustrations that will help children in a way that is meaningful and charming to remember and thank Allah. One way read the book by oneself or aloud with the whole family. As a gift, it is perfect!
Brother The perfect gift to give a loved one or indeed to educate oneself as to the significance Islam places on this important relationship through relevant Qur’anic Ayah, Hadith, and Islamic Poetry.
Example Quotes from GiftBook:
Nurse no grudge, nurse no aversion and do not sever ties of kinship and live like fellow-brothers as servants of Allah. (Muslim)
Dear brother I don’t even have to say a word But by you my words are always heard A language that only siblings understand Learned from always being close at hand Shared parents, laughter and pain InshaAllah our love will never be in vain. I
deal gifts to convey what we sometimes find difficult to say through relevant Qur’anic Ayah, Hadith, and Islamic Poetry.