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    Al-Fiqh Al-Akbar - Imam Abu Hanifa



    Imam Abu Hanifa | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 22 | Size: 1 MB
    Al-Fiqh al-Akbar is one of the earliest texts written on Islamic *creed and one of the surviving works of Abu Hanifa, the Great Imam of jurisprudence and theology. Studied for centuries in the Muslim world, Al-Fiqh al-Akbar offers a more nuanced, textured approach to understanding divine oneness (tawhid), the focal point of Islamic belief. It refines one’s understanding of the Creator, the messengers and divine communication, and enables one to gain much-needed insight into the realities of this life and the events of the hereafter.


    Al-Fiqh al-Akbar not only improves one’s understanding of 'aqida and deepens one’s appreciation of his or her beliefs, but it endeavors to address questions, which, if left unanswered, could leave insidious doubt and cause communal division. Such questions include: Where is Allah? Does Allah evolve? What constitutes true Islamic belief? Are prophets capable of sinning? Is there creation beyond what we see? What comes after death?

    An essential work for those intested in learning the greatest knowledge, that of their Creator.

    Abu Hanifa (699 — 767 CE / 80 — 148 AH) was born in Kufa, Iraq during the reign of the powerful Umayyad caliph Abdul Malik bin Marwan. Acclaimed as Al-Imam al-A'zam, or Al-A'dham (the Great Imam), Nu’man bin Thabit bin Zuta bin Mah was better known by his kunya Abu Hanifa. It was not a true kunya, as he did not have a son called Hanifa, but an epithetical one meaning pure in monotheistic belief. In his reply to al-Mansur, Abu Hanifa excused himself by saying that he did not regard himself fit for the post. Al-Mansur, who had his own ideas and reasons for offering the post, lost his temper and accused Abu Hanifa of lying. "If I am lying," Abu Hanifa said, "then my statement is doubly correct. How can you appoint a liar to the exalted post of a Chief Qadi (Judge)?" Incensed by this reply, the ruler had Abu Hanifa arrested and locked in prison and tortured. Ya'qubi, vol.lll, p.86; Muruj al-dhahab, vol.lll, p.268-270. Even there, the indomitable jurist continued to teach those who were permitted to come to him. In 767, Abu Hanifa died in prison. It was said that so many people attended his funeral that the funeral service was repeated six times for more than 50,000 people who had amassed before he was actually buried.
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    Aqeedah Al-Haamawiyah



    Sheikh-ul-Islam ibn Taymiyyah | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 44 | Size: 1 MB
    One of the works on this subject is his “al-Fatwaa al-Hamawiyyah” which he wrote as an answer to a question presented to him in the Hijrah year of 698 from Hamaah, a place in ash-Shaam. In it, he was asked what the scholars and Imaams of the religion say concerning the Aayaat and the Ahaadeeth of the Siaat, or the attributes and characteristics of Allah. So he answered in about 83 pages and due to which, he suffered trials and afflictions.
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    Mashari Rashid Dua Qunoot



    Maktabah Publications | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 14 | Size: 1 MB

    This is the complete translation and transliteration of the dua from the famous qunoot done by Mashary Rashid al-Ifasi. It also includes the Arabic text making memorizing the dua easier. The dua begins. ' Allahumma lakal-hamdu anta noorus-samaawaati wal-ardi wa man eehinna, wa lakalhamdu anta qayyimus-samaawaati wal-ardi wa man feehinna, wa lakal-hamdu anta rabbus-samaawaati wal-ardi wa man feehinna. O Allah, for You is all Praise - You are the Light of the Heavens and the Earth and all that is in them; and for You is all Praise – You are the Guardian of the Heavens and the Earth and all that is in them; and for You is all Praise – you are the Lord of the Heavens and the Earth and all that is in them...'
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    The Nature Of Fasting



    Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 46 | Size: 2 MB
    This is a translation one of the smaller publications from the words of Shaykh Al-Islam Taqiuddin Ahmad bin ‘Abdul-Halim Ibn Taymiyyah. It has been published in this form a variety of times with a number of minor additions to the text under the title, “Haqiqatus- Siyam,” or “The Nature of Fasting.” This book will help the reader better understand the fine points about fasting. What is the nature of the things that break the fast? What are the rules by which one can know the difference between what breaks the fast and what does not? These question are more answered by Shaykh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah in his discussion of the Nature of Fasting.


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    THE NATURE OF THINGS THAT BREAK THE FAST
    THE NATURE OF THINGS THAT DO NOT BREAK THE FAST
    Questions and Answers
    Fasting the Cloudy Day and the Day of Doubt
    Fasting and Shortening the Prayer for the Traveler
    Fasting for the Traveler: Better or Worse?
    Must One Intend to Fast the Night Before?
    Is the Intention Necessary Every Day?
    How Fast is the Fast to be Broken?
    Eating After the Earlier Adhan
    If Fasting Causes Fainting and Madness
    The Case of A Pregnant Woman

    Publishers Note

    All praise is due to Allah, and may He grant peace and blessings upon His Last Messenger Muhammad.

    This is a translation one of the smaller publications from the works of Shaykh Al-Islam Taqiuddin Ahmad bin 'Abdul-Halim Ibn Taymiyyah. It has been published in this form a variety of times with a number of minor additions to the text under the title, "Hagigatus-Siyam," or, "The Nature of Fasting." We have revised our version to meet the source section of Majmu' AI-Fatawa (25:219) from where it appears that the original booklet - with the exception of the questions, of which most appear on earlier pages - has been taken. We have inserted brackets to signify the additions, which earlier publishers probably took from other sections of his writings. We have also added brief references to the text for the Hadiths. I would like to express gratitude to brother Ebrahim Aly Ma'rouf for the original translation of this booklet, and the Darussalam staff for their editing and layout work.

    In the end all praise is due to Allah, and upon Him we depend.
    Abdul-Malik Mujahid, General Manager, Darussalam
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    Defence Of The Muslim Lands



    Shaykh Abdullah Azzam | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 55 | Size: 1 MB
    'Defence of the Muslim Lands' has become a classical Islamic text studying the legal implications of when and under what conditions Jihad is permitted under the Shariah. Dr. Abdullah Azzam discusses many critical questions relating to the types of Jihad, the conditions under which Jihad becomes an obligation upon all Muslims, parents permission, fighting in the absence of the Islamic State and peace treaties with the enemy. This new edition contains over 150 footnotes and a 'scholars base' which give brief details of each of the fifty or so scholars mentioned in the text.


    Time Magazine described Shaykh Abdullah Azzam as the man who wasthe ' reviver of Jihad in the 20th Century'. Abdullah Yusuf Azzam was born in the village of Ass-ba'ah Al-Hartiyeh, province of Jineen in the occupied sacred land of Palestine in 1941 CE. He was brought up in a humble house where he was taught Islam, and was fed with the love of Allah, His Messenger (saw), those striving in the Way of Allah, the righteous people and the desire for the Hereafter. Sheikh Abdullah Azzam was one of the first Arabs to join the Afghan Jihad against the communist USSRIn 1979, when he learned about the Afghan Jihad, he left his teaching position at King Abdul-Aziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and went to Islamabad, Pakistan, in order to be able to participate in the Jihad. He was a fine example of Islamic manners, in his piety, his devotion to Allah and his modesty in all things. He would never adulate in his relations with others. Shaykh Azzam always listened to the youth, he was dignified and did not allow fear to have access to his brave heart. He practised continual fasting especially the alternate daily fasting routine of Prophet Dawud (as). He strongly counselled others to practice fasting on Mondays and Thursdays. The Shaykh was a man of uprightness, honesty and virtue, and was never heard to slander others or to talk unpleaasently about an individual Muslim. On 24 November 1989. The enemies of Allah planted three bombs on a road so narrow only a single car could travel on it. It was the road Shaykh Abdullah Azzam would use to drive to the Friday Prayer. That Friday, the Shaykh together with two of his own sons, Ibrahim and Muhammad, and with one of the sons of the late Shaykh Tameem Adnani drove along the road. The car stopped at the position of the first bomb, and the Sheikh alighted to walk the remainder of the way. The enemies, lying in wait, then exploded the bomb. A loud explosion and a great thundering were heard all over the city. People emerged from the mosque, and beheld a terrible scene. Only a small fragment of the car remained. The young son Ibrahim flew 100 metres into the air; the other two youths were thrown a similar distance away, and their remains were scattered among the trees and power lines. As for Shaykh Abdullah Azzam himself, his body was found resting against a wall, totally intact and not at all disfigured, except that some blood was seen issuing from his mouth. Sheikh Abdullah Azzam himself once said, " Indeed Islamic history is not written except with the blood of the Shuhadaa', except with the stories of the Shuhadaa' and except with the examples of the Shuhadaa'. " May Allah (swt) accept him amongst them.
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    Why Allah (swt) Decrees Wars And Catastrophes



    Muhammad Saleh al-Munajjid | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 10 | Size: 1 MB
    There is a wisdom behind everything that appears evil; wars, poverty, diseases, famine, earthquakes, volcanoes, and even the existence of disbelief upon the earth; when people kill each other, it happens for a reason. There is wisdom behind everything, even the creation of Satan, which only the people of knowledge can comprehend. This book is an adaption of a Friday Jummah Khutbah given by Shaykh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid dealing with the wisdom behind Allah's (swt) decree.
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    How Do We Islamize Our Gatherings And Assemblies



    Muhammad Saleh al-Munajjid | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 06 | Size: 1 MB

    We must pay attention to our gatherings and meetings, because they have a major effect on us. If one were to take a quick look at Muslim gatherings today, he would find that it is nothing but a means of people occupying themselves with life, each according to his interest or field of work; this is aside from indulging in some prohibitions and major sins, in some cases. These get-togethers, which people have engrossed themselves in, have hardened their hearts, against which Allaah has warned us, when He says that which means: “Then woe to those whose hearts are hardened against the remembrance of Allah. Those are in manifest error.” (Az-Zumar: 22); indeed, this admonition necessitates that we determine the reasons behind hard hearts.
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    The Unseen



    Muhammad Mitwaly Ash-Sha'rawy | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 51 | Size: 1 MB
    The Unseen is anything that is kept hidden from us, for the seen is no longer unknown! This means that what the eyes behold is not considered unseen, but it simply has to be away from our perception. Thus, that which is witnessed does not fall under the hidden or the unknown. If man were to examine his life he would discern that his knowledge is but trivial and what is kept beyond it is far greater. To us the seen merely constitutes our lives, which is a very limited sphere, even when added to it the events we see on television or in other media transmitted to us from lands afar. All what we gain through them, in spite of their multiplicity, is a mere fraction compared to what happens in the entire universe. We could be present in the same place yet in separate rooms, unaware of what is going on in the one next to us. We could be sitting face to face conversing with some people, yet have no clue as to what truly revolves in their minds and hearts. Therefore, we perceive that in our daily lives the least of all is visible and certainly far beyond great is kept unknown to us. Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, says in His Noble Book, (what means): “And of knowledge, you (mankind) have been given only a little.” (Al-Isrâ’, 17: 85)


    If the knowledge we possess about the witnessed present world is the very least, the same applies
    to general issues, because no issue that was subjected to careful study and its researchers devoted
    themselves to uncover it but involved their knowledge of certain things and their ignorance of
    many others.
    Seldom one finds a worldly matter or a passed law that does not need modification or alteration
    after a while. Why? Because those who studied a given case or established a particular law
    learned certain facts and missed others, so with the passage of time the hidden realties begin to
    manifest themselves, hence necessitating amendments. This is the way things are, as every age
    enfolds its own laws and cases. Every age uncovers certain matters that were kept hidden from
    the preceding generations and reveals new issues.
    As Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, is the Sole Legislator, and because nothing is hidden
    from Him, His Knowledge is Eternal and fully comprehends everything in the universe even
    before He brought it into being. Indeed, not even the weight of an atom (or a small ant) or less
    than that or greater, escapes His Knowledge in the heavens or in the earth.

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    Chapter One
    What is the Unseen?


    Solving worldly problems with the Divine Law
    We come to the Divine Law and abandon it!
    A limited knowledge of existence
    Allah reveals to His Messenger some of the Divine Secrets
    What is the relative Unseen?
    Prediction and the Unseen
    The three veils screening the Unseen
    The veil of the unseen past

    Chapter Two
    The Noble Qur’an and the Unseen


    The Noble Qur’an amends what the predecessors have distorted
    The miracle of creation imparted by Allah
    Casting lots to see who would be the guardian of Maryam
    Emendation of insertions intruded into previous religions
    The Noble Qur’an unveils the human soul
    Allah exposes what is inside the hypocrites’ hearts

    Chapter Three
    Things He reveals …not originate


    How did the Noble Qur’an unveil the future?
    The letter ‘_’ expressing futurity in the Noble Qur’an
    Unveiling future secrets of the human body
    Lengthy talk about the unseen future
    When do the Noble Qur’an and science come into conflict?
    What about the five Unseen matters?

    Chapter Four
    With Him Alone is the Knowledge of the Hour


    The fortunetellers but lie
    The Last Hour and the Jews
    Heavy is its burden through the heavens
    The Blower of the Trumpet and the Last Hour
    Portents of the approach of the Last Hour
    Humanity at large is helpless

    Chapter Five
    He knows what is in the wombs


    Allah gives Zakariyâ the glad tidings of Yahyâ
    The significance of ‘That which is in the wombs’
    Provision is only in the Hands of Allah
    Provision and accounts
    Where death befalls
    Fate and the knowledge of man
    War and death

    Chapter Six
    The All-Knower of the Unseen and Seen


    The infinite Knowledge of Allah
    The life of this world… an abode of trial
    Everything with Him is in due proportion
    Nothing is haphazard
    Preexistent in the Knowledge of Allah
    Creation… life…and death
    The present world
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    To Be A Muslim



    Fathi Yakan | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 39 | Size: 2 MB
    This book is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on the characteristics that every single Muslim should portray in order to fulfill the conditions of being a Muslim in both belief and practice. Many people are Muslim by identity, because they were ”born Muslim” from Muslim parents. They may not know what Islam really means or its requirements, and so may lead a very secular life. The purpose of this first part is to explain the responsibility of every Muslim to become a knowledgeable and true believer in Islam. The second part of this book discusses the responsibility to become an activist for Islam and participate in the Islamic Movement. It explains the nature of this movement and its goals, philosophy, strategy, and tactics, as well as the desirable characteristics of it members.


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    1 Part I 2
    1.1 The Creed (Aqidah) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
    1.1.1 Allah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
    1.1.2 Final judgement . . . . . . . . . . . 3
    1.1.3 Revelation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
    1.1.4 Charity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
    1.1.5 Prayer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
    1.2 Worship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
    1.2.1 Dynamic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
    1.2.2 Open-Hearted . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
    1.2.3 Fervent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
    1.2.4 Dedicated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
    1.2.5 Qur’an-Oriented And Full Of Awe . 5
    1.2.6 Constant In Supplication . . . . . . 6
    1.3 Morals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
    1.3.1 Scrupulous Conscience (wara) . . . . 7
    1.3.2 Modesty, By Guarding One’s Eyes
    Against Lust . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
    1.3.3 Wisdom By Guarding one’s Tongue
    Against Abuse . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
    1.3.4 Honesty And Sincerity . . . . . . . . 9
    1.3.5 Good Example . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
    1.4 Family Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
    1.4.1 Responsibilities Before Marriage . . 10
    1.4.2 Responsibilities In Marriage . . . . . 11
    1.4.3 Responsibilities Of Raising Children 11
    1.5 Self Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
    1.5.1 The Elements Of Strength In Combatting
    the Physical Appetites . . . 12
    1.5.2 Vulnerabilities to Evil and Defenses
    Against Satan . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    1.6 Preparing for the Future . . . . . . . . . . . 14

    2 Part II 15
    2.1 Living for Islam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
    2.1.1 Essential Knowledge . . . . . . . . . 16
    2.1.2 The Characteristics of People who
    live for Islam . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    2.2 The Compulsory Nature of Islamic Activism 17
    2.2.1 In Principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
    2.2.2 By Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
    2.2.3 Self-Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
    2.2.4 In Community . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
    2.2.5 In Jihad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
    2.3 The Islamic Movement: Its Task, Characteristics
    and Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
    2.3.1 The General Task: Universal Outreach 20
    2.3.2 General Characteristics . . . . . . . 21
    2.3.3 Organizational Characteristics . . . 22
    2.3.4 Tools of the Islamic Movement . . . 25
    2.4 Distinguishing the Movement from Specialized
    Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
    2.5 The Nature of the Commitment . . . . . . . 26
    2.5.1 The Creed (aqida) . . . . . . . . . . 26
    2.5.2 Common Future . . . . . . . . . . . 27
    2.6 Strategic Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    2.6.1 Clear Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    2.6.2 Clear Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
    2.7 The Requirements of Bai‘ah and Brotherhood 31
    2.7.1 Quality Over Quantity . . . . . . . . 31
    2.7.2 Bai’ah and Shari’ah . . . . . . . . . 32
    2.7.3 Loyalty And Shari’ah Law . . . . . . 32
    2.7.4 The Principles of Bai’ah . . . . . . . 32
    2.7.5 The Responsibilities Of A Muslim
    Brother / Sister . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    2.7.6 The Responsibilities of Brotherhood 36
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    Guide To Islam For New Muslims



    Yahiya Emerick | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 36 | Size: 3 MB
    We would like to welcome you to the world of Islam. After receiving so many requests from new and potential Muslims for Islamic information, we have decided to compile this resource guide to further your search for knowledge and to put the resources of the entire Muslim Ummah (community) within reach.


    This resource guide covers four main areas:
    - The first section is a summary of basic Islamic teachings and practices.
    - The second section concerns advice for Muslims on the path to truth.
    - The third section is a listing of the best books for a Muslim to read.
    - And finally, a listing of basic Islamic terms that you, as a new Muslim, ought to learn is provided.
    May your path to knowledge be fruitful and may your road to truth lead you to the right way. Ameen (Let it be so).

    To become a Muslim you only have to sincerely believe in and say the following phrase:

    "Ash hadu an la ilaha ill Allah wa ash hadu anna Muhammadar Rasul Allah."

    "I declare there is no god but Allah and I declare that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah."
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