Abdul Malik Mujahid
Golden Rays of Prophethood (H/B)
Knowledge of the Prophetic Seerah is incumbent upon every Muslim, whether young or old, male or female. This current book adds to those that have already been published on this great subject. It lays out the Prophetic biography in a clear and concise manner, relying on well-documented and authentic sources. The author paints a narrative of the important events during the lifetime of Prophet Muhammad, the patience demonstrated by the Prophet and his Companions through difficult times, without losing their faith in their Lord. These events touch the heart of the reader and draws them in.
This book highlights the interesting and valuable stories of Umar bin al-Khattab’s life. In this book the author deliberately left the stories without a sequence, so that each story is read by itself with ease. This is intended to be a unique approach in presentation and reading of Islamic books. This book is printed in full color with attractive images and background colors.
This book describes the fact that ‘Omar Al-Farouq was exceptional in his Faith, distinguished in his knowledge, profoundly wise in his thinking, remarkable in his eloquence, noble in his manners and great in the contributions he made to this Nation.
This book discusses the attempts of immoral cartoonists to malign the Prophet Muḥammad (peace be upon him) through satirical caricatures having no resemblance to reality. Likewise, it discusses the ideology of the Khārijite terrorists, their remoteness from Islām and the complete innocence of the Prophet Muḥammad (peace be upon him) from them and their evil ideology. The issues of jihād and Muslim relations with non-Muslims in their countries are also discussed. This book is for open-minded people who see beyond media propaganda and wish to acquire an accurate understanding of Islām and its position on extremism and terrorism. Speaking in relation to the terrorist attacks which took place in France on 7th January 2015, Shaykh ʿUbayd al-Jābirī said: I advise the [imāms] who give sermons, the teachers, the lecturers and Muslim journalists to unite upon a single word and it is: To openly announce [their] disavowal and innocence from this action and other actions of anarchy… The people of the Sunnah hold it as their religion before Allāh that in the lands of Europe, America and other non-Muslim lands besides them in which they have settled there is a covenant, a contract [binding upon them]. Hence, they must not violate it [through treachery], ever. And speaking in defence of the Prophet Muḥammad (peace be upon him) with respect to the slanderous and abusive Danish cartoons, Shaykh Rabīʿ bin Hādī said: Muḥammad (peace be upon him) and his rightly-guided Caliphs and his noble Companions did not erect factories for the manufacture of elementary weapons such as swords and spears, let alone atomic bombs and missiles and other such wholly destructive weapons. Muḥammad (peace be upon him) did not erect a single factory because he was sent as a mercy to the worlds, to guide all of mankind to that which brings them happiness in the world and afterlife.
An inspired life informs and inspires with its insights into the birth of the Islamic faith and the tribulation encountered by its Prophet Muhammd ( PBUH ) and his steadfast followers prior to the the acceptance and establishment of the religion.
The Author has provided a fascinating glimpse into the life of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), which clarifies his role of divine messenger and extols his attributes and personal qualities as a model muslim.
1. Mecca Years and the Migration
2. A Home Full of Peace and Virtue
3. Aisha the Immaculate
4. After the Prophet
5. Aisha and Knowledge
Khadija and Aisha had a special position among the wives of God’s Messenger; while the former was like the royal vizier in Mecca for fifteen years before the revelation, the latter fulfilled the same duty during the Medina years and later on. When they are considered in terms of the mission that they performed, each of them had the proper qualifications. God Almighty provided the Messenger of God with a strong character: in Mecca where belief, self-sacrifice and bravery were so necessary, He gave him Khadija; in Medina where the requirements of knowledge, intelligence and reasoning were felt, He bestowed him Aisha.
This book explores the lives of the four imams who were the founders of the canonical schools of Islamic Law. It explores the areas of convergence and disagreement between these great scholars to reveal the unity of their basic principles as well as the multiplicity of their opinion and judgments. In doing so, it demonstrates Islam’s inherent flexibility, which takes into account the different historical, social and geographical circumstances in which people find themselves. This allows the teachings of Islam to remain vital for every place and time.
The life of the first Rightly-Guided Caliph, Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq (may Allah be pleased with him) is a valuable roadmap for the Muslims of today. One of the first people to believe and embrace the Prophet’s Message of Islam, Abu Bakr remained a close companion of the Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him) throughout the Prophet’s life. Appointed as the Prophet’s successor on the basis of consultation, Abu Bakr proved to be a great leader who, with Allah’s help, steered the Ummah through difficult times. He faced numerous challenges within Arabia: some people apostatized, others refused to pay zakâh, and quite a few individuals emerged as false prophets, attracting many followers. Outside Arabia, the Persians and Byzantines keenly observed these developments, looking for an opportunity to crush the new state. Abu Bakr employed effective strategies to deal with these challenges and had remarkable success in doing so. Thus, he paved way for the Islamic conquests that toppled tyrants and carried the message of Islam to the entire world. His leadership should be a great source of inspiration for the Muslims today.
This is an easy-to-understand pocket reference book on the life of the Prophet Muhammad.Most importantly, it explains the significance of the Prophet?s life, withthe special focus on his teachings and its relevance in the present world.
Description from the publisher:
These 178 companions are those who accepted Islam in their childhood and spent it being around Prophet صلی الله علیه وآله وسلّم and getting benefits from his teachings and learning from his manners. The Prophet used to love the children and his behaviour with them is model to follow. He taught them the manners of eating, talking to theirs elders, behaving with other children, along with guiding them to the basic points of Islamic teachings.
It includes the biography of the following companions:
Hasan bin ‘Ali رضی الله عنه
Husain bin ‘Ali رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin Zoubir رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin ‘Abbas رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin Ja’far رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin ‘Umar رضی الله عنه
Abdullah bin ‘Amr رضی الله عنه
Usamah bin Zaid رضی الله عنه
Anas bin Malik رضی الله عنه
Sa’eed bin Al-‘Aasرضی الله عنه
Muhammad The Messenger Of Allah And Seal Of All Prophets
The mind may have aspirations that may deviate it from the straight path and thus lead it to error. Nevertheless, the wisdom and mercy of Allah has been placed within his creation. He guides the minds to the realities that the creation cannot seek out and attain alone, and shows it the true meaning of the straight path. Therefore, it will not be deviated by its own aspirations. Consequently,
Allah has sent messengers and aided them with clear proofs, calling to the true path with the most eloquent wisdom the best of reminders.