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Children's Stories from the Quran
COLORFUL WAYS TO LEARN ABOUT THE STORIES FROM THE QURAN
The best way to learn is by seeing doing and exploring things. And what better-way to learn about the best loved stories from the Quran than coloring the story yourself.
This Coloring Book features an exciting but simple read-aloud text with large and beautiful illustrations which children will love to color.
This Coloring Book, tells he story of the Prophet Sulayman (as) how Allah taught him the truth and gave him wisdom. It's a wonderful way to explain the greatest stories of the Quran to children and encourage them to explore the meaning and purpose of the Word of Allah.
Color A Story series prompts young readers to explore the stories from the Quran in a creative and interesting way. Through the stories they learn the message and moral values of Allah's great guidebook for life and have all kinds of fun doing it.
This coloring book, an excellent start for young ones at home and in the classroom, will make them want to learn more about the great stories of the Quran.
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Procedure of Performing Hajj and Umrah Including Prayers. Necessary instructions for pilgrims, Makkah Mukaramah, history of Kabah, terms, places, umrah at a glance (map), Ihram, description of women Ihram and other issues, invocations, Madinah Munawarah and Ziyarah of Holy Shrine and details of other events. The Manners to Present oneself in the court of the Holy Prophet Muhammad.
This pack of 64 double-sided flashcards has been designed to complement Book One of the 'Gateway to Arabic' series, and also supports 'The Key to Arabic Book One'. The cards should prove beneficial not only to self-taught students, but would also serve as a valuable teaching tool within the classroom.
This pack will help students learn to recognise:
•All the letters of the Arabic alphabet in their isolate and joined forms
•The long and short vowel sounds
•Tanween (-an, -in and -un endings)
•Shadda, sukoon and the dipthongs -ay and -ow.
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the 'Gateway to Arabic' flashcards series!
Set Two: School Vocabulary. ISBN: 0-9547509-4-2 Price: £5.5o. Includes 52 school-themed nouns, io cards of useful phrases, as well as suggestions for usage including classroom games.
THE RELIEF FROM DISTRESS:
An explanation to the dua of yunus
About the Book
Shaykh al-Islam ibn Taymiyyah, may Allah sanctify his soul, was asked about the saying of the Prophet said, The invocation of my brother Yunus, "none has the right to be worshipped save You; glory be to You, far removed are You from any imperfection; I have been amongst the wrong-doers," none who is experiencing difficulty employs it except that Allah would relieve him of his difficulty.
¦ What is the meaning of this du`a?
¦ Are their any unstated conditions that have to be met when one articulates it?
¦ What is the connection between belief in the heart and the meaning of this supplication such that it leads to the removal of difficulty?
¦ Why did he explicitly confess, 'I have been amongst the wrongdoers' when it is known that in itself leads to the removal of difficulty?
¦ Is it sufficient to acknowledge ones sin alone, or must this be accompanied by repentance and the firm resolve not to repeat that sin in the future?
¦ Why is it that difficulty and harm is removed only when a person relinquishes any hope, reliance and dependency upon the creation?
¦ How can the heart relinquish the characteristic of putting hope in the creation and depending upon them, and instead put its hope in Allah, Exalted is He, and turn to Him in its entirety?
¦ What are the methods that would aid the heart in doing this?
The author replies to this question in the form of this book.
SAYYED ABUL HASAN 'ALI 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 (17861831). He was the Rector of Nadwatul `Ulama', Lucknow; Chairman, Managing Committee, Darul Musannifin (Shibli Academy), Azamgarh, India; Member of the Academy of Arts and Letters, Damascus, and the Higher Council of the Islamic University, Madinah; Executive Committee of the Federation of Islamic Universities, Rabat and of the Academy of Arabic Language, Oman. He was a Founder Member of the Constituent Council of the Muslim World League, Makkah and Chairman of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Oxford, U.K. He received the King Faisal Award and numerous other awards from national and international bodies for his services to the cause of Islam.
He was a powerful, eloquent writer and orator, both in Urdu and Arabic. His works in both these languages are numerous; many have been translated into English: among them are Islam and the World; MUSLIMS: Beliefs, Customs and Traditions; Stories of the Prophets; Muhammad the Last Prophet; Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taimiyah, Life and Achievements; Studying the Glorious Qur'an; Stories from Islamic History; A Starlight View of Islam's Past and The Minaret Speaks.
HADITH: STATUS AND ROLE, An introduction to the Prophet's Tradition introduces the Hadith discipline and its development in the early period of Islamic history, up to the production of the six fa...read more
This book contains masnun duas or the duas which were taught by the Prophet Muhammad Dua is a noble form of dhikr or remembrance of Allah. By learning these duas and reciting them at the appropriate occasions, our every action is turned into ibadah. Our sleeping, eating, drinking, dressing, etc, all assume the form of ibadah. Constant and conscious recital of the various duas at their appropriate time fixes the remembrance of Allah in the hearts. These duas of the Prophet draw the faithful closer to his Creator. Therefore it is of absolute necessity that all Muslims learn and recite the various duas. Felicity and success will be the result, insha Allah.
SAYYED ABUL HASAN ALI NADWI
STORIES FROM ISLAMIC HISTORY introduces children to Muslims whose exemplary behaviour earned them a place in the annals of our heritage. Each story highlights an occasion when a person of outstanding character stood up for his faith in Allah. Some tales are from the Sirah while others depict Caliphs, sahabah, martyrs and other pious Muslims. Accounts often focus on critical moments in their lives when they chose to follow the Straight Path rather than take an easier way. These personalities became role models for all time when they adhered to the same Islamic principles that govern our lives today.
New recordings produced from the original masters. Sheikh Ahmed Deedat
In 1986, the King Faisal Foundation awarded the King Faisal International Prize for SERVICE TO ISLAM, to a South African who is more or better known than many dignitaries in their own countries. This was the first time that this prestigious award has been awarded to a South African.
The recipient of this award was a man totally dedicated to his faith and its propagation and who was not afraid to challenge any one to a debate to settle once and for all the matter, who has the good news right?
He was none other than Sheikh Ahmed Deedat, reverently known and called UNCLE by those who hold him in high esteem and admiration.
The award came after a lifetime of struggle to propagate Islam and to defend Islam against the onslaught of the missionaries.
Finally, he was given recognition by the international Muslim
community that he deserved and focused more sharply the attention of the Muslim world on the most important aspect o f
his work, the challenge to propagate Islam. This was his life long ambition to focus the Muslim world's attention and resources on the propagation of Islam, and at last he succeeded. What a moment of jubilation, achievement and personal gratification for Sheikh Deedat the award was, a turning point in his life.
Sheikh Deedat did not have much formal schooling, but he was self-taught through experience and a penchant for reading, debating, discussion, and a profound sense of commitm...read more
This book is written for Muslim sisters who are subjected, nowadays, to the trials of desires and suspicions, so that they would be prepared to bear the burdens and problems of this world, fear the disobedience of Allah, remember the Hereafter and be ready for the Day of Judgement. Related Fields: Hereafter, Punishment of the Grave
The story of Hajj, the pilgrimage to Makkah, begins over 4000 years ago when, following the Divine command, the Prophet Ibrahim travelled for a long distance till he reached the hot, barren lands of Arabia. There he left his wife, Hagar, and his little baby, Ismail. The story goes on to tell how Hagar struggled to find water for her baby and how at last the miraculous Zamzam spring came gushing out and saved their lives. This is followed by the great sacrifice of Ibrahim, the building of the Kabah and the call to Hajj. This book explains the importance of the annual pilgrimage—one of the pillars of Islam—with a special focus on the Prophet Muhammad’s Hajj. These exciting historical events are presented in a simple, informative style, with beautiful illustrations, so that young people may understand and enjoy them.
Hamza Yusuf’s commentary on Murata’s and Chittick’s The Vision of Islam makes crystal clear the meanings of a Muslim’s beliefs, actions, and spiritual journey through life. Wonderful for Muslims interested in a more thorough understanding of their religion, this set is also an excellent introduction to Islam for people of other faiths who wish to gain a clear understanding of Islam’s basic principles and practices. Remembered by students for its liveliness and clarity, this set is filled with fascinating insights into Islam.
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