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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.
Tafsir Ibn Kathir with Urdu Translation in 5 volumes.
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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.
Muslim Scouts in Africa - (Volume II DVD)
In their continuing quest to earn Muslim Scouting’s highest honor, the Ummah Badge, Zaki Faisal and Jamal travel throughout East Africa,.from the ancient Muslim ports of Mombassa, Kenya and the Comoro Islands to Harare, Zimbabwe and Sofala, Mozambique. With the help of their young African counterparts, like Al-Hafidh Ahmed Mazrui and Salih Bamba, they learn to “trust in Allah and do their best”. In this volume they stop animal poachers, help a scientist save his research, rescue a shipwrecked sailor and solve the mystery of the stolen gold about the important work of the African Islamic Wildlife Association (AIWA). Featuring those famous Muslim Scout jokes and four original songs. The title track “Scouts in Africa” “Animals are Muslim Too,” “Trust in Allah and Do Your Best”, and The Traveling Scouts, children are sure to play this video again and again
The 20th century was the bloodiest age in all of world history. During this era, for the first time, humanity was introduced to the concept of a "world war." Taken together, World Wars I and II resulted in a total of 65 million people losing their lives. About half of these casualties were civilians who had nothing to do with these wars. Children, defenseless women and the elderly alike were massacred cruelly. So, one might ask, how did the world find itself in the midst of such colossal insanity?
01 My Ummah - 3.47
02 Hasbi Rabi - 4.15
03 Ya Rasullah - 4.47
04 Muhammed (pbuh) - 6.07
05 Eid Song - 4.56
06 Free - 5.09
07 Munajat (Arabic) - 4.40
08 Mother (Arabic) - 4.44
In July 2003, British Muslim artist Sami Yusuf released his debut album Al Mu’allim to unprecedented acclaim and success. It was the first album by an Islamic artist to receive such success in Europe, North America, North Africa, Turkey, the Middle East, and Asia, with hits like “Al Mu’allim”, “Who Is the Loved One”, and “Ya Mustafa” being on the tongues of Muslim children and adults from London to Casablanca, and from Istanbul to Kuala Lumpur, making Sami a household name in all those regions, and selling over 1 million copies worldwide.
Now 2 years later, Sami’s second album, entitled “My Ummah,” is ready. It's a genre transcending album with melodies and lyrics that grab you after the very first listen-through. Clearly, Sami’s uniqueness is the special mix of different cultures and artistic influences that he beautifully blends into amazing songs not limited by narrow genres, but seamlessly combining several with ease. “My Ummah” has all the ingredients to become another worldwide success, inshallah. The new album deals with – amongst other things - issues such as unity, spirituality, sisters’ struggle to wear the scarf, terrorism, human brotherhood, faith, and songs about Allah and Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
It's hard having another cute kid around when for so long, you were the one who got all of the attention.
As Adam's mom's friends coo over his new baby sister, Aneesah, Adam fumes. Not only are his parents giving him less attention, but so are his mom's friends.
To make matters worse, even Adam's best friend Asad can't help coo and spoil Aneesah. It's just not fair.
"Everyone pays attention to her and she gets away with everything," complains Adam.
But when Adam loses Aneesah (after promising to babysit her), he begins to learn some valuable lessons about life and about baby sisters.
Home Sweet Home is number eight in the Adam's World series, and focuses on the ongoing sibling rivalry between Adam and Aneesah. It goes back a bit in time, showing when Aneesah was born, Adam's first meeting with her (that's also when she first spits up on him), his feelings of jealousy and resentment.
But in the end, Adam's true concern for his baby sister shows how he finally comes to terms with the presence of this new family member.
The theme of family is also maintained throughout the video with skits and songs about Shura in the family, sharing between brothers and sisters and not being jealous of younger siblings, especially.
Home Sweet Home is interspersed with colorful, attention-grabbing scenes to maintain viewer interest. For example, with the help of 3-D animation, the letter Ha and the difference between Halal and Haram foods is explained.
The tra...read more
1/ Eid Takbirat (Zain Bhikha)
2/ Hadith- These Are Our Eids
3/ Eid-un-Sa-Eid-un (Zaun Bhikha)
4/ Hadith- Charity on Eid (Zakatul Fitr)
5/ Eid Is For Everyone (Irfan Makki)
6/ Hadith- Ettiquettes of Eid Prayer
7/ 'Ibadat Hajji (Qatrunada)
8/ Hadith- Khutbah on Eid Day
9/ Eid Ayi (Eid Has Come) (Kamran Hasan)
10/ Hadith- Following the Eid Day
11/ Eid Is Here (Irfan Makki)
12/ Hadith- Women on Eid Day
13/ Eid Is Here (Irfan Makki)
14/ Hadith- Singing and Merriment on The Days of Eid
15/ These Are The Days of Eid (Dawud Wharnsby Ali)
16/ Hadith- Guidance for Eid Day
17/ Eid Ayi Heh (Eid Is Here) (Kamran Hasan)
18/ Haidth- These Are Our Eids (Reprise)
19/ Days of Joy (Saad Omar)
20/ About Sound Vision
There are a lot of reasons to love Islam and being Muslim. After Adam meets Morris Muckster, you'll realize being clean is one of them.
The Adam's World video Happy To Be Muslim talks about different reasons Muslims should be proud of their Deen (way of life).
Morris Muckster is so dirty, he hasn't taken a bath in 27 years! If the bags under his eyes (they look more like large sacks), his unwashed hair and stained teeth don't gross you out, his apartment will. When Adam the wonder journalist meets him at his home, he eventually figures out where all the smoke is coming from and discovers one of Morris's pets is a rat who enjoys the environment.
But there are other lessons to be learned about being Muslim. Adam discovers for instance, that power in Islam entails responsibility, after he dreams about being a great king, decked in a luxurious turban and robe and lots of riches. While he initially enjoys these and the other perks of power, he begins to see things differently after his subjects start coming to him with their problems!
Don't watch this DVD in Ramadan though: the close-up shots of Turkish food presented to Adam by Br. Khalil and some young friends will make your mouth water. It's so good, Adam eats 65 Turkish kebabs!
Turkey is also the destination of choice for Adam with the transvisualizer, where we see the country's mosques, Muslims and beautiful art and architecture.
The importance of patience and controlling your temper are also discussed...read more
A difficult but highly important topic is dealt with by the Author who is a trained expert on the Legal aspects of Marriage who has advised hundreds of couples.
What should be done in cases of breakdown of relationships? Must the partners stay in the hell they have made? Or may a way-out be found for them? Orthodox Christianity says blankly. "No divorce!" But Islam more realistically faces the consequences of irreparable breakdown as a fact, and provides a way-out. Every possible safeguard is laid down in the statute book to prevent such a way-out by divorce being abused.
As Muslims living in America, we often times find ourselves trying to negotiate a fault-line between our religious and patriotic duties. This has been especially true in the aftermath of the horrific events of September 11, 2001, events which we are told changed the country, forever.
Unfortunately, we find that those attacks have done little to fundamentally change the country. The rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting poorer. Spending for social programs and education is being cut, while the government proposes a half trillion dollar tax cut for the wealthiest segment of the population. Apparently, only money for the building a larger military and more prisons can be found. While this is going on domestically, our increasingly aggressive, antagonistic foreign policy has created a diplomatic nightmare which threatens to destroy the very foundation of the hard-won regime of international law which has brought peace to most of the world's societies, and stability to international relations.
It is the face of these realities that Imam Zaid Shakir examines the responsibilities of Muslims in America, as we negotiate the above mentioned fault-line, and the challenge facing America to come to grips with Islam. For as he cogently argues, if America can responsibly deal with the challenge of Islam, she will be able to responsibly deal with the challenges of the post-September 11th world.
Talk given at the Florida Deen Intensive in December 2001
Total Running Time= 130 minutes
1. Definition of Civilization
2. Islamic History in Light of Civilization
3. Islam: A Unique Understanding of Monotheism
4. Islamic Civilization is Assimilative
5. Advancement of Islamic Sciences
6. Systems of Social Sciences and Social Institutions
7. Islamic Civilizations are Faith Based
8. System of Spiritual Purification
9. Readings on past institutions in Damascus
10. What is the definition of Spiritual purification?
11. Do you have to be a Muslim to die as a martyr?
12. Are there ways of leveraging benefits from globalization?
13. Why is the love for the Prophet(pbuh) downplayed in our times?
14. Response to those who say the four Imams have reached human perfection.
15. What are the responsibilites when reconciling with friends?
16. Do you feel using suicide operations is a wise strategy?
17. Does using terms such as "Ethiopian Slaves" encourage racism?
In this historic talk, Imam Zaid Shakir presents an insightful look at the history and presence of African Muslims in America during the twentieth century. From the early Islamically in?uenced pan-African movements, the Moorish Science Temple, the Nation of Islam, and the varied Sunni communities to the life and legacy of Malcolm X as a Sunni Muslim, this groundbreaking lecture sheds light on this important topic and its relevance for today and the future. This lecture also served as the ?nal session of Imam Zaid’s Fall Quarter class “Links to the Past, Bridges to the Future: African Muslims in American History” taught at Zaytuna Institute.
2 CD Set! Disc 2 is an Enhanced CD!
Topics covered include the right to live in a non-Muslim land, dealing with the laws and customs of the land, women's education, modest dress, the right to own a home, banking and mortgages, medical issues, etc...
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Ramadan Mubarak Adam secretly fasts on the last day of Ramadan. His
experiences and the knowledge he gains help children to learn about the beauty and significance of fasting in Islam. Also featured are three great songs, 3-D animation about the letter 'kha' and a trip to Indonesia to see Muslims celebrating Eid.
EVER SINCE its revelation 1400 years ago, the Qur'an has been a book of guidance and inspiration, a reference point, and a rich source of social and moral dynamism for hundreds of millions of people throughout the world who
believe it to be the immutable word of God.
Hardly a generation passes without a fresh attempt to unravel the meanings of the Qur'an and gain deeper insight into its universal message within a contemporary perspective.
In the Shade of the Quran is more than `just another' commentary; yet it is not too over-reaching or outlandish to be a completely new interpretation. It is an earnest, sincere and sober look at man's contemporary achievements and difficulties in the light of the message of the Qur'an. It is an effort to vigorously explore its rich wisdom, and expand its invaluable guidance for the benefit of an increasingly `sophisticated', yet highly perplexed modern society.
The work, which is by far Sayyid Qutb's largest and most profound, spans the whole of the text of the Qur'an. It was written, and partly re-written, over a period of more than 15 years, most of which the author had spent in Egyptian prisons, during the 1950s and 1960s. In it is embedded Sayyid Qutb's insight, highly esteemed intellectual vigour, and his widely-acclaimed literary prowess.
In the Shade of the Quran has been universally recognised as an outstanding contribution to Islamic thought and scholarship, to which students and scholars, as well as contemporary Islamic reviva...read more
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