Remembrance After Obligatory Prayers

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This design shows the remembrance recited after prayers. It is recommended to be printed and distributed in Masjeds (Mosques). Continue reading

The Signs Of The Hour And What After Death

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Islamic Organization
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 27 | Size: 1 MB

Believing in the hereafter and the reward and punishment in it is one of the fundamentals of Islam. Allah made signs before it indicating its approach. The prophet made the matter of the hereafter great, whenever he mentioned it his voice became louder and he got angery. Due to the prophet’s repetition of the Hour the companions feared that it might have taken place during their life.

Contents:

Before the Last Hour

The Appearance of the Dajjal

The Descent of the Prophet Esa (Jesus pbuh)

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The Soul’s Journey After Death: An Abridgment Of Ibn Al-Qayyim’s Kitabar-Ruh

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Ibn Al Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah
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This important book covers an area about which most people have very little knowledge but which is at the same time, of vital interest to all human beings. It outlines what happens to the human soul from the moment of death until the arrival of the Day of Judgement.

It describes the death profess itself, the exact relationship of the soul to the body, the states of the soul after it leaves this world, and the nature of the ongoing relationship between the dead and those who are still alive. Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah was born into a scholarly and virtuous family in 691 AH/ 1292 A.D. At that time Damascus was a centre of literature and thought. Many schools were located there and he studied and graduated under the protection, direction and sponsorship of his father. He was particularly influenced by his Shaykh and teacher Ahmad b. Taymiyyah, and also by Ibn ash-Shirazi amongst others. Layla Mabrouk, an eminent, contemporary, Egyptian scholar has skillfully abridged a classic work by the well know scholar. Continue reading