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Yahiya ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi (1234–1278) wrote the classic, mainstream Islamic work Riyad-us Saliheen (or Gardens of the Righteous, in English translation), a collection of about 1900 Koranic verses and hadith. After the Koran, it is among the most widely-read book on Islam by Muslims.

 



By Shaykh Rifae Surur. An excellent book on remaining steadfast in the face of oppression, tyranny and trials with evidences from Quran and Sunnah.

 



Extract from book, ‘ There is no doubt that the prophet-hood of our prophet Muhammad (saw) is one of two important tasks that the Muslim is carrying to humanity. Muslims believe that to prove the prophet-hood of Muhammad (saw) is one of many essential tasks in their religion; therefore, it is a compulsory duty for Muslims to present this evidence and proof.

 



“…During my visits to the West, and when I am being served meals on planes or in restaurants in Europe or America, I would find that I was very hesitant to eat the food, and I wanted very much to search for halal food and find that pure bite to eat in order to protect any part of my flesh from being nourished on haram, as the Fire is more deserving of every bit of flesh nourished on the haram…”

 



Shaykh ‘Alee  Hasan ‘Alee ‘Abdulhameed compiled 40 authentic Hadith from those fine sayings of the Messenger of Allah, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, to serve as a reminder to all Muslims. They contain guidance on hearts purification, character refinement and soul cultivation towards good…all meant to draw us closer to Islamic Personality in essence, outer manner and appearance.

 



This book, A Hand Through the Door for my New Sister, written by an American Muslimah (female Muslim), is a reference work covering numerous aspects of the religion which are of concern to the sea of new sisters whom Allah has guided to be members of the religion of truth and guidance, Islam. It also, however, equally concerns Muslim ladies of all backgrounds and levels who desier to learn various aspects of their religion.

 



This concise book contains advice for muslims and non-muslims alike regarding the meaning of creation and our purpose in life according to the Quran and Sunnah.This book has 11 chapters that briefly touch on the roots of Islam. These Islamic roots are the foundations of Islamic belief and should insh’Allah should serve as a reminder and eeman strengthener for all muslims whilst at the same time give a brief insight into the beautiful relegion that is Islam.

 



Although this book is written on orientalist lines, it gives an interesting perspective from orientalists at the turn of the 20th Century. The first part of the present volume, ” The Church of Islam,” devotes two chapters to an account of the building up of this inflexible theocracy ; the last two chapters give an account of the efforts made by a few of the Faithful to escape from the prison-house in which they had been walled up, and the results of the attempts. The Orientalist will perhaps object that the chapter entitled ” The Men of the Path,” is a very insufficient account of Moslem mysticism. I am aware that this is so. But my purpose, in the present volume, is merely to exhibit the general tendency of the movement ; its more detailed exposition I reserve for ” Islam in India.” The fourth chapter, entitled “The Free-thinkers,” and the whole of the second part, “The Supremacy of the Persians,” tells the story of the curious struggle in the bosom of Islam, between the Rationalizing spirit and the spirit of Orthodoxy, terminating in the complete triumph of the latter.

 



Translation Of The Meanings Of The Glorious Qur’an: Saheeh International, based out of Saudi Arabia, apparently took the Muhsin Khan “Noble Qur’an,” and modified and revised its translation, to come up with this new translation.

 



From Darkness into Light by Salim Fredericks & Ahmer Feroze

An Account of the Messenger’s  struggle to make Islam dominant