Famous treatise on the Prophets mentioned in the Qur'an
In this book the author wishes to present the Islamic point of view about jinns from the Qur'an, and the Sunnah of the Prophet. It should be stated here that there are two groups of jinn: Those who believe, and those who do not. The first group accepts the message of Islam revealed to Prophet Muhammad the latter group are the Satanic ones, the mischievous, and the real trouble makers.
Some of the major subjects discussed in this book are:
Adam and Ibliss
Curse of God Unto Ibliss
Animosity of Shaitan to People
Autobiography of Shaitan Creation of Ghosts
Activities of Shaitan
False Promises of Shaitan
Companions of Shaitan
Party of Shaitan
Army of Ibliss
Tribe of Ibliss
Stealing of Information from Outside this Orbit
Worshipping of Jinns
Orders of Shaitan
Ghosts and Magic
Protection from Shaitan
Tree of Zaqqoom
Few other subjects are also discussed in this book. In so doing, the author wishes that such information will be useful to Muslims and non-Muslims at the same time. This information will dispel all types of wrong assumptions that have been transcended (without any solid foundation or proof), from generation to generation.
The Book is the English translation of Sirat-un-Nabi originally written in Urdu by the late ‘Allama Shibli Nu‘mani’.None can deny that the life-history of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him) is an imperative need not only for the Muslims but for humanity at large. It is a necessity, not only religious or Islamic, but also literary, moral and cultural. In short, it is a necessity that meets our interests both in this world and in the Hereafter.This valuable work on the life of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and Blessings of Allah upon him) hardly stands in need of any introduction. Allama Shibli has indeed earned great fame for this work.This biography was written in Urdu and great need was being felt for rendering it into English. The translation is a very successful attempt. It is not only correct but couched in good English
This book, the result of 30 years spent by the author in exhaustive research, attempts to present the basic teachings of religion in the light of modern knowledge and in a manner consistent with modern scientific method. After a thorough investigation of
In the tradition of meditation' on the Holy Koran, Lex Hixon's contemplative illumination of selected passages from the Holy Book of Islam is devotional and uplifting. "The heart of Islam is the Holy Koran, and the heart of the Koran is the radiant affirmation that there is no reality but God. Lex Hixon has taken the precious words of Holy Koran and turned them over in his heart so they might speak to those of us who otherwise might not listen, might not hear, the radiant wisdom glowing so brightly and so freely within. And in the heart of the Koran, graciously transmitted' to us by Lex, is the heart of the Kosmos itself, calling' to each of us to remember the praises of every breath and every gesture and every movement we make. These are not rigidly literal translations, although they are faithful in every way, but rather mystical meditations from within the Koran itself, beautifully wrought and piercingly true. ",
From the book's back cover: "The 'Islaamic Family Guidelines' is a title inspired by verse 6 of Surah at-Tahreem, "O you who believe! Ward-of from yourselves and your family a fire whose fuel is men and stones." Allah orders us to protect ourselves and our families from the hellfire. This book covers most of the social issues related to parents, husbands, wives, and children. It is beneficial for all members of the family, those starting out on family life and those families which have already developed as a basic unity of society." Published by Message of Islam, UK.
Many people are unaware of what the etiquette of a muslim on Friday should be and most are unaware of its significance. Most do not consider the friday prayer as obligatory. Hence they miss it intentionally. Many people in islamic countries are on holiday on this day. So they spend thier time sleeping. Or in activities that
cause them to neglect the friday prayer altogether. They do not realise the significance of the Friday prayer and is sermon,and they come to the mosque according to there own wishes and desires.Most of them are unaware of what is required from a Muslimbefore or after the Friday prayer. It is with these concerns
in mind that this bookhas been written.
In this book the authors outlined a complete methodology for Islamic work in this day. From Aqeedah to Dawah to Jihad to Khilafah and Taqwa to Sabr, they have explained how all of these parts come together for the sole objective of every Muslim to seek the pleasure of Allah
Da'wah According to the Qur'an and the Sunnah is a beautiful exposition of the science and art of Da'wah of the Divine guidance and traditions of the Last Prophet of Allah. The book elaborates the rationale of Da'wah, its benefits and prerequisites for its success. It lists the characteristics and manners expected of Du'at provides guidelines on how to do Da'wah with Hikmah (wisdom) and 'beautiful preaching' and offers useful hints for both the beginners as well as those actively engaged in fulfilling this obligation. The book concludes with important recommendations for various sections of the Ummah in relation to Da'wah. The author, being an educator, rightly emphasizes upon the need of including Da'wah According to the Qur'an and the Sunnah as part of school curriculum for Muslim learners from high school to collegiate and graduate levels. If this single recommendation is taken seriously by our policy makers and honestly implemented, it is bound to effect a positive change in the present state of affairs marked with apathy towards the duty of conveying the Final Message to all mankind. The book is a welcome addition to rather scanty literature on the subject.
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