A Summary Of Islamic Jurisprudence – 2 Volume Set (Volumes 1 And 2)

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Dr. Salih Al-Fawzan
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 1380 | Size: 60 MB

The Fiqh is not Based on a Particular  Madhab or School of Thought but Quotes extensively from Shaykh Ibn Taymiyyah and Ibn Qayyim al Jawziyyah

This book is an introduction to Islamic Jurisprudence for readers without substantial background in this field. In two volumes, Sheikh Salih Al Fawzan has projected light on jurisprudential issues of utmost importance in a genuine and reader-friendly style, free from any jargon or sophisticated expressions.

# Volume 1 – by Shaikh Saalih al-Fawzaan  – 549 Pages
Fiqh about Purification, Prayer, Zakah, Fasting, Hajj, Jihad
#Volume 2 – by Shaikh Saalih al-Fawzaan  – 831 Pages
Fiqh about Trade Transactions, Partnership, ShareCropping and Renting, Reclamation of waste lands and Possession of allowable objects, Inheritance, Marraige, Divorce, BreastFeeding, Qisas(Legal Retribution), Prescribed Punishments, Food, Oaths and Vows, Qada(Judiciary)

About the Author

Sheikh Dr. Saleh Ibn Fawzan Ibn Abdullah from the family of Fawzan from the people/tribe of ash-Shamaasiyyah. After his graduation from the Faculty of Sharee’ah, he was appointed a teacher within the educational institute in Riyadh, then transferred to teaching in the Faculty of Sharee’ah. Later, he transferred to teaching at the Department for Higher Studies within the Faculty of the Principles of the Religion (usool ad-deen). Then he transferred to teaching at the Supreme Court of Justice, where he was appointed the head. He then returned to teaching there after his period of headship came to an end. He was then made a member of the Permanent Committee for Islamic Research and Fataawa, where he continues to this day.

Member of the Council of Senior Scholars, and member of the Fiqh Committee in Makkah (part of ar-Raabitah), and member of the Committee for Supervision of the Callers (du’aat) in Hajj, whilst also presiding over (his main role) membership of the Permanent Committee for Islamic Research and Fataawa. He is also the Imaam, khateeb and teacher at the Prince Mut’ib Ibn ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Masjid in al-Malzar.

He also studied at the hands of a number of scholars from al-Azhar University (Egypt) who specialized in hadeeth, tafseer and Arabic language.

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Du’aas In The Life Of A Muslim (Vol. 1 & 2) – A Collection Of Essential Du’aas For Everyday Life

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Based on the Madressa text books: Du’aas in the Life of a Muslim and Basic Essentials for Muslims.

Arabic: Qari Altaf Hathodwi
English: Jazaar Raad

CD 1 Track Listing:

1.  Ta’a-Wuz, Tasmiyah
2.  Kalimah Tayyibah, Kalimah Shahaadah, Kalimah Tamjeed, Kalimah Tawheed, Kalima Radde Kufr, Imman-E-Mujmal, Imaan-E-Mufassal
3.  Before Making Wudhu, While Making Wudhu, After Making Wudhu
4.  Adhaan
5.  Adhaan Fajr
6.  Iqaamah
7.  Iqaamah Shaafi
8.  Reply to Adhaan and Iqaamah
9.  Dua After Adhaan
10  When Entering Masjid, When Leaving Masjid
11.  Salaah Duas:  Takbeer, Thanaa’, Ruku, Raising From Ruku, Standing After Ruku, Sajdah, Tashah-Hud, Tashah-Hud (Shafi’), Durood-E-Ibrahim, Dua After Durood-E-Ibrahim, Du’aa After Salaam, Du’aa-e-Qunoot, Du’aa-E-Qunoot (Shafi’)
12.  Before Sleeping, After Waking Up, Before Going To Bed
13.  On Entering The Toilet, On Leaving The Toilet
14.  On Seeing The New Moon
15.  Before Eating, After Eating, When Eating Elsewhere
16.  On Boarding A Car, On Bidding Someone Farewell, At The Time Of A Journey, After Beginning A  Journey, On Returning From A Journey
17.  For Fasting, On Breaking Fast, Making “Iftaari” At Someone Else’s House
18.  Sneezing
19.  When A Loss Occurs
20.  After Drinking Water
21.  When Looking Into A Mirror
22.  On Wearing A  New Garment
23.  Morning And Evening
24.  After Drinking Milk
25.  On Hearing Good News
26.  Greeting A  Muslim And Replying To The Greeting
27.  Expressing One’s Love To Another, Replying To One Who Expresses His Love
28.  When Seeing Another Muslim Cheerful
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Treasures In The Sunnah A Scientific Approach (Parts 1 & 2)

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Zaqlol El-Naggar
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 284 | Size: 8.5 MB

Treasures In The Sunnah A Scientific Approach: This book follow the Adadith (prophet sayings) in an attempt to trace their miraculous nature from a scientific perspective so as to pave the Sunnah’s way into the hearts of Muslims and non-Muslims as well. Continue reading

Al-Wala Wal-Bara: According To The Aqeedah Of The Salaf (Parts 1/2/3)

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Muhammad al-Qahtani
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 296 | Size: 2 MB

The book deals with the concept of Loving for the sake of Allah and hating for the sake of Allah. It was originally submitted for a Masters Degree at the Department of Aqeedah Umm al Qorah University in Makkah. The subject matter of this work is of paramount importance and utmost interest for two major reasons: Firstly, it is concerned with one of Islam’s main foundations, namely the qualities of al‐wala’ wa’1‐bara’, which are two major prerequisites of true faith: al‐wala’ is a manifestation of sincere love for Allah, His prophets and the believers; al‐bara’, on the other hand, is an expression of enmity and hatred towards falsehood and its adherents. Both are evidence of iman. Secondly, it has been written at a very crucial time: everything has become so mixed up that some Muslims are no longer aware of those qualities which distinguish the believers from the non‐believers; their faith has become so weak that they have adopted patterns of behaviour that are absolutely repugnant to a sincere believer; they have taken the disbelievers as their friends, while displaying enmity towards many of the believers by disparaging their character and degrading them.

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