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Najm Super 5900: 5900 Super Electronic Speaking Dictionary With Personal Organiser In The World
Pocket size electronic dictionary contains thousands of reference pages.
Electronic English/Arabic Heritage Dictionary
Perfect for teaching English as a second language.
Pronounces English words outloud in human voice.
A powerful electronic organizer store up to 128 kb.
1- Contains the entire text of Heritage dictionary. 2- English/Arabic , Arabic/English, English/English, and Arabic/Arabic. 3- Search in Arabic words as is. No need for returning back to the infinitive. 4- Thousands of pronounced sentences cover all conversations of daily life. 5- Synonyms and Antonyms. 6- Grammar Guide. 7- Pronounces English words out loud in human voice. 8- 128 kb Powerful personal organizer (phone book, to do, memo, and more) 9- Local and world time. 10- Hijri and Gregorian Calendar with conversion. 11- Currency and Metric conversion. 12- Scientific calculator. 13- Prayer Call (AZAN) out loud with prayer time according to the major world cities. 14- Daily alarm. 15- Personal dictionary (useful for updating information). 16- Educational and entertainment games. 17- PC connection. (cable not included) 18- Comes with three gifts : (Compass for Mecca Direction, Leather case, and pen). 19- Powered by 2 AAA batteries (included). 20- Dimensions: 3" x 6" 21- Weight: 7 ounces. 22- One year warranty.
Najm Super 5700: Compact Size Bilingual Electronic Speaking Dictionary
Manufacturer: aDawliah Universal Electronics
Product type: Electronic dictionary
6 dictionaries (all in the same device) with spell checker:
English to Arabic dictionary
Arabic to English dictionary
Daily Conversations-dictionary: conversations that cover daily activities
Conversations (seek) dictionary.
Powerful search-ability: it allows you to cross check 1 and memorial seek dictionaries infinitely.
Specialized Scientific Phrases & Idioms- dictionary.
Complete, bilingual personal organizer with 128 KB 1 memory contains:
Easy to modify Telephone directory.
Hijri and Solar Calendar
Ability to add more words.
Select-ability for 3 Arabic fonts.
Auto Power OFF.
PC link: the apparatus can be connected to PC
Phonetic adjust-ability: adjust phonetic speed and 1 tone.
One year manufacturer's warranty.
This is very difficult to learn Urdu language without physical appearance of the teacher. But it was the demand of the people to learn Urdu themselves, similar to the other western languages. Keeping this in mind, Prof. 'Aziz-ur-Rahman has written this book for the beginners to learn this language in a very short period. The author has introduced the language from initial stages in a very systematic way, mentioning words and sentences in Roman English (Transliteration) to read, write and speak properly.
Mozzam Begg Is an ordinary man who has endured an extraordinary fate – he is one of nine Britons detained in the camps at Guantanamo Bay, imprisoned for a crime
he didn't commit and whose precise nature has never been determined. The US government labelled him simply an 'enemy combatant'.
Moazzam was abducted at his home in Pakistan, where he had relocated his family during the panic-stricken weeks after the 9/11 attacks, and the US bombing of Afghanistan which followed – he had been working there on education and water projects. Hooded, shackled and cuffed, he was taken first to the US detention facility at Kandahar, then on to Bagram, and finally to Guantanamo Bay. In all he spent three years in prison, much of it in solitary confinement, and was subjected to over three hundred interrogations, as well as death threats and torture, witnessing the killings of two detainees. He was released early in 2005 without explanation or apology.
Enemy Combatant is his riveting story. Taking us behind the razor wire for the first time, it reveals the terrifying and Kafka-esque world into which he was thrown, a world governed by confusion, fear and frustration as he and his fellow inmates struggled to come to terms with their indefinite incarceration, and accused of being enemies of the United States. Here too is a fascinating insight into the mindsets of his captors and interrogators, describing not just the pointlessness of much of the questioning from MI5, the CIA or the FBI, bu...read more
The shaikh elaborates about the need of getting married and the concequences it has on society and what every male and female muslim should look for in there partners and the rights of the husband to the wife and wife to the husband.
The shaikh outlines in depth one of the worst crimes on the heavens which can be committed which will lead you to hellfire and that is Shirk. He outlines what is minor shirk and what is major shirk and
the differences between them, he answer the question, if there any excuse for major shirk. He outline 13 most prominent shirk that people commit knowing or unknowing, Allah says
And indeed it has been revealed to you (o Muhammad (saw)), as it was to those before you: "If you join others in worship with Allah, (then) surely, (all) your deeds will be in vain, and you will certainly be among the losers (65:39).
Sure, you'd love to learn Arabic, but let's face it, in today's hurry-up, multitasking world, who's got time?
The next best thing to a year in Cairo, this powerful three-CD program teaches by immersing you in the Arabic language the way it's really spoken. Here's how it works: You are guided through manageable sets of key vocabulary words, complete with sound effects that help you retain your new words. Innovative language games offer you a fun way to test and review what you've learned. The audio component presents an engaging story-line, so you can hear Arabic in action.
Designed for your busy lifestyle, Arabic on the Move features:
•Inventive, fun language games
•Real-life quick-takes that show the natural pace of the language
•A handy listening guide to the audio recordings
On the ground or in the air, during your lunch break or between meetings, Arabic on the Move lets you acquire the basics of Arabic at your own pace—naturally, efficiently, and enjoyably.
JANE WIGHTWICK is an Arabic language expert and develops foreign language learning products.
A time when the Western world is globalising at an ever rapid
rate, questions in relation to what it means to be a Muslim minor-
ity are at the forefront of debates in policy, government, media
and academia. Many discussions emerge on radicalisation, secularisation, modernisation, identity conflicts, inter-generational change, cultural relativism, and social and economic alienation. A particular phenomenon to emerge is that of Islamic political radicalism. Those at the left of the political spectrum feel that the "war on terror" and structural inequalities are at the heart of the problem while those on the right feel it is all about the very essence of a religion that is seen as alien, barbaric or ill-adjusted to the expectations and aspirations of the West. The fact of the matter is that neither the religion is solely central or the material realities of isolated British Muslims or indeed foreign policy. They are all relevant in this sensitive equation. Today, as Muslims we too are looking inside the British Muslim community at large to determine what might be at fault within at the same time as the foreign policies of the Bush and Blair governments that have created havoc in distant lands without. The global context has been the self-fulfilling prophecy of the "clash of civilisations" thesis, a theory originally dreamt up by neo-conservative ideologues, such as Bernard Lewis, Samuel Huntington and Francis Fukyuyama.
THE MINARET SPEAKS uses an effective device to portray the cycle of events in the Indian subcontinent's Islamic history. A lofty minaret in Delhi which was built by Sultan Qutbuddin describes both the happy and the tragic times it has witnessed over seven centuries. It highlights the achievements of successful rulers and the failures of others and also focuses on the demise of Muslim power in the wake of British imperialism. Muslims in the West will appreciate this enlightened portrayal of the British onslaught on Islam in India. It offsets the often biased versions found in school textbooks.
SAYYED ABUL HASAN NADWI (1914-99), was one of the leading Muslim scholar of our time. He hailed from a family which has produced such illustrious figures as Sayyed Ahmad Shahid (1786-1831). He was the Rector of Nadwatul `Ulama; Chairman, Managing Committee, Darul Musannifin (Shibli Academy), Azamgarh, India. He has authored numerous works; many have been translated into English: among them are Islam and the World; Hadith: Status and Role; Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn TaimiYah, Life and Achievements; Studying the Glorious Qur'an; Muslims: Beliefs, Customs and Traditions; Stories of the Prophets; Muhammad the Last Prophet; Stories from Islamic History and A Starlight View of Islam's Past.
A STARLIGHT VIEW OF ISLAM'S PAST offers children a unique approach to chronological history. Based on the premise that a starlight can take years to reach earth, the author gives a vivid eyewitness account of past events unfolding in front of him. In three short stories he illustrates Islamic history from a global perspective rather than in isolation. Major events such as the spread of Islam, the Mongol and Crusader invasions and the loss of Andalusia benefit from this novel treatment.
SAYYED ABUL HASAN NADWI (1914-99), was one of the leading Muslim scholar of our time. He hailed from a family which has produced such illustrious figures as Sayyed Ahmad Shahid (1786-1831). He was the Rector of Nadwatul `Ulama; Chairman, Managing Committee, Darul Musannifin (Shibli Academy), Azamgarh, India. He has authored numerous works; many have been translated into English: among them are Islam and the World; Hadith: Status and Role; Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taimiyah, Life and Achievements; Studying the Glorious Qur'an; Muslims: Beliefs, Customs and Traditions; Stories of the Prophets; Muhammad the Last Prophet; Stories from Islamic History and The Minaret Speaks.
The Major Sins - Series 1
Major sins series description:
The major sins are those acts which have been forbidden by Allah in the Quran and by His Messenger (PBUH) in the Sunnah and which have been made clear by the actions of the first righteous generation of Muslims, the Companions of the Prophet (put arabic here for sws).
Allah (swt- put Arabic for this) says concerning them in the Glorious Quran:
If you avoid the great sins which you are forbidden to do, We shall expiate from you your (small) sins, and admit you to a Noble Entrance (i.e. Paradise) [Quran 4:31]
Although the major sins are many, close to seventy according to Ibn 'Abbas (RA), the following hadeeth highlights the seriousness of such sins:
The Prophet (PBUH) said: “Avoid the seven things that doom a person to Hell.” They said, “O Messenger of Allah, what are they?” He said, “Associating others with Allah (shirk); witchcraft (sihr); killing a soul whom Allah has forbidden to kill, except for a lawful reason; consuming riba; consuming the property of orphans; fleeing from the battlefield; and slandering chaste and innocent believing women.” [Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 2615; Muslim, 89]
It is therefore of paramount importance that Muslims gains knowledge about these major sins and do their utmost to avoid them. In this major sins series, Imaam Abu Usamah goes through the book “Kitaab ul-Kabair” (Book of major sins) written by the great scholar of Islam, Imaam At-Thahabi (put here arabic for rahimullah)...read more
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