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    The Religious And Moral Doctrine Of Jihaad



    Ibn Taymiyyah | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 36 | Size: 1 MB

    Ibn Taymiyyah verdicts in regards to Jihad are often not available especially on whom Jihaad is to be carried out. The shaykhs verdicts are filled with a sea of knowledge that oulines fighting not only the enemy aggressor, but also apostates and even those who oppose clear cut rulings of Islam, despite their claims to be Muslims.


    Taqi ud-Deen Abu-l-'Abbas Ahmad ibn 'Abd al-Haleem ibn
    'Abd as-Salam ibn Taymiyyah al-Harrani al-Hanbali, was
    born on Monday the 10th of Rabi' al-Awwal 66l H./22nd of
    January 1263 C.E. at Harran. His father fled with his family
    from Harran to Damascus in the year 667 H. /1268 C.E. out
    of fear of the Tartars who invaded the land of Islaam and
    were very close to Harran. In Damascus, the centre of
    Islaamic studies at that time, Ahmad ibn Taymiyyah followed
    in the footsteps of his father who was a scholar of Islaamic
    studies by studying with the great scholars of his time, among
    them four women including Zainab bint al-Makki who
    taught him hadeeth.
    He completed his studies when he was a teenager and at the
    age of nineteen he became a teacher of Islamic doctrines. He
    was well versed in Quraanic studies, hadeeth, fiqh, theology,
    Arabic grammar and scholastic theology. He started giving
    fataawa on religious legal matters without following any of
    the traditional legal schools. He defended the sound
    prophetic traditions by arguments, which, although taken
    from the Quraan and the Sunnah, had hitherto been
    unfamiliar to people of his time.
    This was a time when the entire world of Islaam was
    trembling with fright as an imminent target of Tartar
    oppression. Iraq, Iran, and Khurasaan continued to be
    despotically ruled by the Tartars. The Mamluke Turks ruled
    Egypt, Sudan, Syria, and Hijaz. Simultaneously, a large
    Christian evangelical movement was mounting to censure
    Islaam. The crusaders were incessantly attacking Palestine
    and the European Christians residing in Syria and Cyprus
    had become emboldened to criticize the prophethood of
    Rasoolullah r, compose works on the alleged truthfulness of
    Christianity, and to invite theological debate.
    Ibn Taymiyyah responded at every possible level. He fought
    heretical innovations in religion which were wide spread
    during his time all over the Muslim world, especially certain
    acts and beliefs of some Sufi orders, like saint worship and
    visiting saints' tombs seeking help from them, his refutations
    on shirk and bid`ah caused him to be persecuted by the
    authorities whose leaders were under the influence of certain
    scholars.
    Ibn Taymiyyah’s fight was not limited to the people who
    followed the heretical innovations; in addition, he fought
    against the Tartars who attacked the Muslim world and
    almost reached Damascus. The people of Syria sent him to
    Egypt to urge the Mamluke Sultan, the Sultan of Egypt and
    Syria to lead his troops to Syria to save it from the invading
    Tartars. When he realized that the Sultan was hesitant to do
    what he asked of him, he threatened the Sultan by saying: “If
    you turn your back on Syria we will appoint a Sultan over it
    who can defend it and enjoy it at the time of peace”.
    He was present at the battle of Shaqhab near Damascus
    against the Tartars which took place during the fasting
    month of Ramadhaan and gave a fatwa to the army to break
    their fast in order to help them against their enemy, as the
    Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) did during the battle of the liberation
    of Makkah. The Muslims won the battle against the Tartars
    and drove them away from Damascus and all Syria.

    ISBN: 0-9539847-5-3
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    First Edition 1421/2001 CE
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    Some Sincere Advice To Every Christian



    Dr. Saleh as Saleh | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 62 | Size: 1 MB
    This book introduces the reader to the Qur'aanic texts related to Jesus, peace be upon him, hoping that the truth regarding the personality of Jesus becomes clear.It has an Appendix "Jesus and Muhammad (Peace be upon them) in the Bible and the Quraan". It brings the biblical evidences of Jesus being a Servant of God and having no share in Divinity.


    INTRODUCTION
    Most people agree to the fact that Allaah's (God’s) Word
    cannot be contradictory. What He spoke about Himself
    must be true. He made Himself known as The Creator,
    The One, The Originator, and The Provider. He is the
    First, nothing is before Him; The Last, nothing is after
    Him; The Most High, nothing is above Him; The Most
    Near, nothing is beyond His reach, and He encompasses
    everything while He is above heavens, distinct and
    separate from His creatures. Great in His Majesty and
    Honor, Most Merciful, Severe in Punishment, All-
    Knower, Most Compassionate, All-Wise, and All-Just;
    Most Perfect in all of His Names and Attributes. He does
    not beget, nor is He begotten. There is no equal to Him,
    and there is nothing like unto Him, and thus He alone
    deserves to be worshipped. In essence, the religion as
    revealed1 to nations before us and to mankind up to the
    Day of Resurrection, calls for the worship of none but
    God (Allaah). Any Message from the Perfect God is true,
    and cannot be contradictory. He entrusted many
    Prophets and/or Messengers since creation began on earth.
    Starting with Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and
    ending with Muhammad, peace be upon them all, the
    essence of religion was and still is: people must submit
    to their Creator and worship Him as He revealed to
    their respective Messengers and/or Prophets. This is
    the true Message, and Jesus, peace be upon Him, is one of
    those great Prophets and Messengers who was sent to the
    Children of Israel, after Moses, confirming the revelation
    sent down to Moses and the Gospel that he received from
    Allaah. This same Message was confirmed by Prophet
    Muhammad, peace be upon him, believing in the true
    Gospel that came to Jesus and propagating the final and
    most comprehensive revelation to mankind, the Qur'aan.
    The Qur'aan, being Allaah's Word, confirms and attests to
    the true nature of Jesus, and this is not known by many
    people. This book will introduce the reader to the
    Qur'aanic texts related to Jesus, peace be upon him,
    hoping that the truth regarding the personality of Jesus
    becomes clear.

    _________________________________________________
    1. Religion as a revelation from God, and in its original form is
    different from the concept of religion understood by many in the
    West. Many people founded for themselves certain disciplines and
    practices and called it “religions.” The Word of Allaah in all the
    revealed religions represented a concrete message defining the
    relationship of man to His Creator. The final and most comprehensive
    message which covers all codes of life until the Day of Resurrection
    was revealed to Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.
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    Khalid Bin Al-Waleed - The Sword Of Allah



    A. I. Akram | Language: English | Format: CHM | Pages: 37 Chapters | Size: 1.5 MB
    The Sword of Allah: Khalid bin Al-Waleed: Khalid bin Al-Waleed was one of the greatest generals in history, and one of the greatest heroes of Islam. Besides him, Genghis Khan was the only other general to remain undefeated in his entire military life. This book was written by the late Lieutenant-General A.I. Akram of the Pakistan Army, in October 1969. The author learnt Arabic in order to draw on the earliest historical sources and he visited every one of Khalid's battlefields in order to draw analyses from the viewpoint of military strategy, including reconciling conflicting historians' accounts. The book was originally published by the Army Education Press, Rawalpindi, Pakistan and printed by Feroze Sons Publishers in Lahore, Pakistan. The excellence of the book was such that it has been translated from English into Arabic and is currently sold in bookshops throughout the Arab World.


    Chapter 1: The Boy
    Khalid and the tall boy glared at each other. Slowly they began to move in a circle, the gaze of each fixed intently upon the other, each looking for an opening for his attack and each wary of the tricks that the other might use. There was no hostility in their eyes-just a keen rivalry and an unshakeable determination to win. And Khalid found it necessary to be cautious, for the tall boy was left-handed and thus enjoyed the advantage that all left-handers have over their opponents in a fight.

    Wrestling was a popular pastime among the boys of Arabia, and they frequently fought each other. There was no malice in these fights. It was a sport, and boys were trained in wrestling as one of the requirements of Arab manhood. But these two boys were the strongest of all and the leaders of boys of their age. This match was, so to speak, a fight for the heavy-weight title. The boys were well matched. Of about the same age, they were in their early teens. Both were tall and lean, and newly formed muscles rippled on their shoulders and arms as their sweating bodies glistened in the sun. The tall boy was perhaps an inch taller than Khalid. And their faces were so alike that one was often mistaken for the other.

    Khalid threw the tall boy; but this was no ordinary fall. As the tall boy fell there was a distinct crack, and a moment later the grotesquely twisted shape of his leg showed that the bone had broken. The stricken boy lay motionless on the ground, and Khalid stared in horror at the broken leg of his friend and nephew. (The tall boy's mother, Hantamah bint Hisham bin Al Mugheerah, was Khalid's first cousin.)

    In course of time the injury healed and the leg of the tall boy became whole and strong again. He would wrestle again and be among the best of wrestlers. And the two boys would remain friends. But while they were both intelligent, strong and forceful by nature, neither had patience or tact. They were to continue to compete with each other in almost everything that they did.

    The reader should make a mental note of this tall boy for he was to play an important role in the life of Khalid. He was the son of Al Khattab, and his name was Umar.

    Soon after his birth Khalid was taken away from his mother, as was the custom among the better families of the Quraish, and sent to a Bedouin tribe in the desert. A foster mother was found for him, who would nurse him and bring him up. In the clear, dry and unpolluted air of the desert, the foundations were laid of the tremendous strength and robust health that Khalid was to enjoy throughout his life. The desert seemed to suit Khalid, and he came to love it and feel at home in it. From babyhood he grew into early childhood among the Arabs of the desert; and when he was five or six years old he returned to his parents' home in Makkah.

    Some time in his childhood he had an attack of small pox, but it was a mild attack and caused no damage except to leave a few pock marks on his face. These marks did not, however, spoil his ruggedly handsome face, which was to cause a lot of trouble among the belles of Arabia - and some -to himself too.

    The child became a boy; and as he reached the age of boyhood he came to realise with a thrill of pride that he was the son of a chief. His father, Al Waleed, was the Chief of the Bani Makhzum - one of the noblest clans of the Quraish - and was also known in Makkah by the title of AlWaheed- the Unique. Khalid's upbringing was now undertaken by the father who did his best (and with excellent success) to instil into Khalid all the virtues of Arab manhood-courage, fighting skill, toughness and generosity. Al Waleed took great pride in his family and his ancestors, and told Khalid that he was:

    Khalid
    son of Al Waleed
    son of Al Mugheerah
    son of Abdullah
    son of Umar
    son of Makhzum (after whom the clan was named)
    son of Yaqza
    son of Murra
    son of Kab
    son of Luwayy
    son of Ghalib
    son of Fihr
    son of Malik
    son of Al Nazr
    son of Kinana
    son of Khuzeima
    son of Mudrika
    son of Ilyas
    son of Muzar
    son of Nizar
    son of Ma'add
    son of Adnan
    son of Udd
    son of Muqawwam
    son of Nahur
    son of Teirah
    son of Ya'rub
    son of Yashjub
    son of Nabit
    son of Isma'il (regarded as the father of the Arabians)
    son of Ibrahim (the prophet)
    son of Azar
    son of Nahur
    son of Sarugh (or Asragh)
    son of Arghu
    son of Falakh
    son of Eibar
    son of Shalakh
    son of Arfakhshaz
    son of Saam
    son of Noah (the prophet)
    son of Lamk
    son of Mattushalakh
    son of Idris (the prophet)
    son of Yard
    son of Muhla'il
    son of Qeinan
    son of Anush
    son of Sheis
    son of Adam the father of mankind

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    I’tikaaf



    Muhammad Saleh al-Munajjid | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 23 | Size: 1 MB
    This book deals with the rulings on I'tikaaf. This is done during the last ten nights of Ramadhan and the mu'takhif (person performing I'tikaaf) secludes himself in the masjid for that duration concentrating soley in pursuing the please of Allah (swt). Aptly described as an experience one never forgets in life. I’tikaaf means staying in the mosque for a specific purpose, which is to worship Allaah (may He be glorified). It is prescribed in Islam and is mustahabb according to the consensus of the scholars. Imaam Ahmad said, as was narrated from him by Abu Dawood: “I have not heard from any of the scholars that it is anything other than Sunnah.”
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    God In Christianity What Is His Nature



    Dr. Naji I. Al-Arfaj | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 40 | Size: 1 MB
    Concerning the topic at hand, I have noticed some major differences between what is commonly and officially understood about God in Christianity, and what the Bible itself states! In this booklet, I would like to share with you -out of love and concernwhatI have noticed and learned through my continuous journey of research, analysis, and study. The intent of this work is to honestly and sincerely present the truth that I found, not to hurt the feelings of anyone.


    Pre-reading questions:
    1. What is the nature of God in Christianity?
    2. Is God one or three (Trinity)?
    3. Is Jesus equal with God?
    4. Is Jesus God or part of God?
    5. Is Jesus a son of man or son of God?
    6. So, who is Jesus really?
    7. What is your opinion?
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    Jerusalem In The Qur'an



    Imran N. Hosein | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 143 | Size: 1 MB
    Jerusalem in the Qur’an is a great book that thrilled and delighted me in a number of ways. I am surprised that such a meticulously documented book had to wait for such a long time before seeing the light. It is now more than half a century since the Zionists began their appalling oppression and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people whose only offense is that they happened to live in a country considered by the Jews to be their promised holy land. The Zionists have continuously referred to distorted scriptures from the Torah and other Biblical material to justify their atrocious behavior and to motivate the Jews to establish a State of Israel that extends from the Nile to the Euphrates with Jerusalem as its capital. For example, David Ben Gurion, the first Prime Minister of Israel, is quoted to have said, “The Bible is our deed to the land of Israel”. Muslim scholars, on the other hand, have largely failed in refuting Zionist claims from authenticated historical and religious sources and have also failed to accomplish their religious responsibility in clearly documenting this question from the Holy Qur’an and the Blessed Ahadith of our beloved Prophet (PBUH). As far as I know, whatever is written on this subject is rather superficial and emotionally tainted or simply stating facts in a cool manner. May Allah Ta’ala reward Brother Imran Hosein for writing this scholarly document, which will indeed fill up this intellectual and religious gap and serve as an academic reference to Muslims in all parts of the world. As I write this introduction, this book that was published only this year is already being translated to Arabic and Bosnian. In a short time it will be rendered into other European languages and to all the other tongues of the Islamic world.
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    The Conditions, Pillars And Requirements Of The Prayer



    Imaam Muhammad bin ‘Abdil-Wahhaab | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 20 | Size: 1 MB

    In this short treatise, Imaam Muhammad bin ‘Abdil-Wahhaab, may Allaah have mercy on him, briefly outlines the nine conditions for the acceptance of one’s prayer, as well as the fourteen pillars and eight requirements of the prayer, mentioning some of their proofs and evidences from the Book and the Sunnah. A condition is something that is required before the commencement of prayer in order for it to be valid. “The pillars are that which if one fails to perform any of them out of forgetfulness or intentionally, his prayer is rendered invalid because of his abandoning it. The requirements are that which if one fails to perform any of them intentionally, his prayer is rendered invalid due to his abandoning it, but if he leaves any of them due to forgetfulness, he is obligated to perform the (extra) prostrations for forgetfulness.” The author also lists the conditions, obligations, requirements and nullifiers of wudoo (ablution). The translator has provided a quick reference guide as an appendix listing each of these points, as well as footnotes with hadeeth references and other comments gathered from several sources of this treatise.
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    The Status Of Jesus (pbuh) In Islam



    Dr. Rabee’ Ibn Haadee Al-Madkhalee | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 31 | Size: 1 MB
    In this brief treatise, the author sets out to clarify Islam’s true position towards Jesus, which is the middle course between two extremes. At one extreme there are those who believe that Jesus is God, the Son of God or part of a divine trinity while on the other extreme there are others who slander him and deny his message. The correct belief regarding Jesus as confirmed in the Qur’an and Prophet Muhammad’s teachings is that he was no more than a prophet and messenger of God sent with the same message as all the prophets before him such as Moses, Abraham and Noah. That message was to worship God alone and avoid false deities. This is the one true unwavering message of the Creator to His creation throughout the course of time, and it is the same message that Jesus brought to his people and which Muhammad brought to his people after him. We hope that this short treatise will serve as an invitation to Christians to reflect on the beauty and simplicity of Islam, which has taken a moderate stance towards Jesus, assigning him a lofty role as one of the foremost messengers of God. Dr. Rabee’ Ibn Haadee Al-Madkhalee is one of the well-known scholars of Saudi Arabia. He is a former graduate and professor at the renowned Islamic University of Madeenah. He has authored numerous books and treatises about Islam which clarify misconceptions and false notions concerning it.
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    The Reality Of Sufism In Light Of The Qur’aan And Sunnah



    Muhammed ibn Rabee’ al-Madkhalee | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 29 | Size: 1 MB
    “…You must be aware that there are a number of destructive calls which have been established amongst the ranks of the Muslims and which have shaken and damaged the beliefs held in their hearts. They have polluted the pure Islamic ‘aqeedah, and have grown by stages to reach such a dangerous level that they have led to the splitting of the Muslims into sects and parties, about which the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: Indeed those who were before you, from the People of the Book, split into seventy-two sects, and this religion will split into seventy-three. Seventy-two in the Fire and one in Paradise, and it is the Jamaa’ah… Then there is no doubt that each one of these sects claims for itself that it is the saved sect, and that it is correct, and that it alone follows the Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him). But the way of truth is a single way and it is the one which leads to salvation, and any other way is one of the ways of misguidance which leads to destruction...So the way of truth is to cling to the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of Allaah’s Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) as occurs in the hadeeth: I have left amongst you two things with which you will not go astray: The Book of Allaah and my Sunnah, and they will not be separated till they come to me at the Pond.”
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    I Want To Repent, But



    Muhammad Saleh al-Munajjid | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 35 | Size: 1 MB
    With the passage of the time it is becoming clearer that the modern age is not simply suffering from a moral crisis but of total confusion about what is right what is wrong. The tragedy is not that the finer points go unappreciated but that the world has come to question the validity of even the age-old truths. This has left young men and women totally confused about their course of action. Injustices are multiplying at the great pace and threaten to explode any moment into a fire-ball of conflicts that may engulf the whole world. In such circumstances this book is a welcome addition. It offers penitent useful guidelines and dwell upon those aspects of repentance that are the very specialty of Islam.
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