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From the day he embraced Islam until the day he died, Abu Bakr As-Siddique (Radhi Allahu Anhu – May Allah be Pleased with Him) was the ideal Muslim, surpassing all other Companions in every sphere of life. During the Prophet’s lifetime, Abu Bakr was an exemplary soldier on the battlefield; upon the Prophet’s death, Abu Bakr (R) remained steadfast and, through the help of Allah, held this nation together. When others suggested keeping Usaamah’s army back, Abu Bakr insisted – and correctly so – that the army should continue the mission which the Prophet (S) had in mind. When people refused to pay Zakaat, and when the apostates threatened the stability of the Muslim nation, Abu Bakr was the one who remained firm and took decisive action against them. These are just some of the examples of Abu Bakr’s many wonderful achievements throughout his life. I have endeavored to describe all of the above in a clear and organized manner. But more so than anything else, I have tried to show how Abu Bakr’s methodology as a Muslim and as a ruler helped establish the foundations of a strong, stable, and prosperous country – one that began in Al-Madeenah, extended throughout the Arabian Peninsula, and then reached far-off lands outside of Arabia.

 

 



In this book the authors outlined a complete methodology for Islamic work in this day. From Aqeedah to Dawah to Jihad to Khilafah and Taqwa to Sabr, they have explained how all of these parts come together for the sole objective of every Muslim to seek the pleasure of Allah.

 



An inspirational and motivational account of a leading woman figure of the Islamic movement who was falsely accused in 1965 of conspiring to kill Jamal Abd al-Nasir, the President of Egypt.

 



Short Description: By Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah. Actions are distinguished, one from the other, with respect to their excellence in the Sight of Allah in accordance with the condition of the heart, not by their number or form, but rather due to the strength of the caller, his truthfulness, his sincerity and the extent to which he prefers Allah over himself.

 



The book explains in fine detail, topics such as the islamic view of economy and its objectives, the rule of the lands, the need for the gold standard and how foreign trade is to be conducted. The soul sources of adopting the rules mentioned in this book are the book of Allah and the Sunnah of his Messenger Ijma\’a as-Sahabah and analogy.;The book also produces an eloquent rebuttal of both the Capitalist and Socialist economic systems, exposing their defects and contradictions with Islam.

 

 



Since its inception in 1947, Pakistan has fluctuated from one crisis to another. Indeed, its very existence
has been a painful one, punctuated by periods of superficial progress and on the surface the emergence as a
meaningful player on the international scene. Nothing exemplifies this more than the Pakistan’s economic
legacy. Created over 50 years ago Pakistan has failed to develop its economy on a similar trajectory to that
of its contemporary peers. The result of this failure has been that tens of millions of Pakistanis today
languish in unprecedented levels of poverty, poor health and illiteracy. The country is plagued by
corruption and saddled with debt to both internal and external creditors at overwhelming rates of interest.
Far from improving, the situation is steadily deteriorating, weakening Pakistan further and leaving it
exposed to manipulative foreign entities such as the IMF and other international institutions and nations.
The very real effects of this today include load shedding of electricity in major cities for over 14 hours at a
time, a near default on financial obligations and harrowing cases of human tragedy ranging from suicide to
selling offspring due to crushing poverty and sheer desperation.

 



The Vanguard of the Islamic Revolution -The Jama’at-i Islami of Pakistan bySeyyed Vali Reza Nasr.

In this groundbreaking study, Seyyed Vali Reza Nasr examines the origins, historical development, and political strategies of one of the oldest and most influential Islamic revival movements, the Jama’at-i Islami of Pakistan. He focuses on the inherent tension between the movement’s idealized vision of the nation as a holy community based in Islamic law and its political agenda of socioeconomic change for Pakistani society.

Nasr’s work goes beyond the exploration of a single party to examine the diverse sociopolitical roots of contemporary Islamic revivalism, challenging many of the standard interpretations about political expressions of Islam.

 



200 FAQ on Muslims Belief: This is a summarized book which I hope to be of great benefit to the reader. This book includes the basics of religion and principles of Islamic Monotheism. It shows the Straight Path of the True Religion (Islam). It covers what follows Faith, its characteristics and what nullifies or demolishes it. Each statement is supported by clear-cut proofs.

 



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.