Memorizing The Qur’an

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Abdur-Rahman Abdul Khaaliq
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The contents of this concise book are an avice for those intending to memorize the noble Quran.  Included in this book are the following headings which if perfected should insh’Allah increase the speed of memorizing Quran and also make it easier to commit the Quran to memory permanently:

1. Ikhlaas – (Sincerity)
2. Pronunciation and Recitation
3. A Daily Limit for Memorisation
4. Not Surpassing your Limit.
5. Using the Same Copy of the Quran
6. Understanding is the Way to Memorising
7. Only move on when recitation flow’s.
8. Reciting to Others
9. Constantly Returning to what one has Memorised
10. Being Aware of the c Parts of the Quran
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Treasures In The Sunnah A Scientific Approach (Parts 1 & 2)

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Zaqlol El-Naggar
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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
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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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