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    The Path To Guidance



    Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 79 | Size: 1 MB
    This is a book which the Shaikh, the Imaam, the 'Allaamah, the Shaikh of Islaam and the Muftee of the Muslims, Aboo 'Abdullaah Muhammad the son of Aboo Bakr -better known as Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah -may Allaah the Exalted have mercy upon him, sent to one of his brothers. He said...

    (2) “Allaah is the One I ask and for Whose reply I hope: that He is benevolent to the brother in this life and the hereafter, that He brings about benefit by him and makes him blessed wherever he may be. Verily the blessing of a man lies in his teaching of goodness wherever he may be and his giving of advice to everyone he meets.




    The Text of the Treatise
    THE SOUND HEART
    THE WAYS OF ATTAINING KNOWLEDGE
    WAYS TO BRING ABOUT THE LOVE OF ALLAAH
    THE PRAYER AND ITS EFFECT UPON ABANDONING SINS AND DEVELOPING THE SOUL
    IBN AL-QAYYIM ON THE HADEETH QUDSEE
    IBN QUDAAMAH AL-MAQDISEE AND HIS COMMENTS ON THE PRAYER
    THE VARIOUS POSTURES OF THE PRAYER
    THE LEVELS OF PEOPLE WITH REGARD TO THEIR PRAYER
    A SUMMARY OF THE LESSONS AND BENEFITS OF PRAYER
    THE METHODOLOGY OF A MUSLIM
    IBN AL-QAYYIM ON FOLLOWING A SCHOOL OF THOUGHT (MADHHAB)
    IBN ALQAYYIM ON MAKING USE OF ONE'S TIME IN CHANGING EVIL INTO GOOD


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    101 Contradictions In The Bible




    Maktabah Publications | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 22 | Size: 1 MB
    101 Contradictions In The Bible: A factual book listing 101 contradictions in the Bible.


    .::First 10 Contradictions::.

    1.Who incited David to count the fighting men of Israel?
    (a) God did (2 Samuel 24: 1)
    (b) Satan did (I Chronicles 2 1:1)
    2.In that count how many fighting men were found in Israel?
    (a) Eight hundred thousand (2 Samuel 24:9)
    (b) One million, one hundred thousand (IChronicles 21:5)
    3. How many fighting men were found in Judah?
    (a) Five hundred thousand (2 Samuel 24:9)
    (b) Four hundred and seventy thousand (I Chronicles 21:5)
    4.God sent his prophet to threaten David with how many years of famine?
    (a) Seven (2 Samuel 24:13)
    (b) Three (I Chronicles 21:12)
    5.How old was Ahaziah when he began to rule over Jerusalem?
    (a) Twenty-two (2 Kings 8:26)
    (b) Forty-two (2 Chronicles 22:2)
    6.How old was Jehoiachin when he became king of Jerusalem?
    (a) Eighteen (2 Kings 24:8)
    (b) Eight (2 Chronicles 36:9)
    7.How long did he rule over Jerusalem?
    (a) Three months (2 Kings 24:8)
    (b) Three months and ten days (2 Chronicles 36:9)
    8.The chief of the mighty men of David lifted up his spear and killed how many men at one time?
    (a) Eight hundred (2 Samuel 23:8)
    (b) Three hundred (I Chronicles 11: 11)
    9.When did David bring the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem? Before defeating the Philistines or after?
    (a) After (2 Samuel 5 and 6)
    (b) Before (I Chronicles 13 and 14)
    10.How many pairs of clean animals did God tell Noah to take into the Ark?
    (a) Two (Genesis 6:19, 20)
    (b) Seven (Genesis 7:2). But despite this last instruction only two pairs went into the ark (Genesis 7:8-9)
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    The Letters Of The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) To The Kings Beyond Arabia



    Maktabah Publications | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 26 | Size: 1 MB

    Late in the six year A.H., on his return from Hudaibiyah, the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), decided to send messages to the kings beyond Arabia calling them to Islam. In order to authenticate the credentials of his envoys, a silver seal was made in which were graven the words: "Muhammad the Messenger of Allâh" [Sahih Al-Bukhari 2/872,873]


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    1-A Deputation to Abyssinia (Ethiopia) ............................................... 3
    2-Letter to the Vicegerent of Egypt , called Muqawqas.................. 8
    3-A Letter to Chosroes, Emperor of Persia .......................................11
    4-The Envoy to Caesar, King of Rome. ..............................................13
    5-A Letter to Mundhir bin Sawa, Governor of Bahrain................17
    6-A Letter to Haudha bin ‘Ali, Governor of Yamama.....................19
    7-A Letter to Harith Al-Ghassani, King of Damascus...................21
    8-A Letter to the King of ‘Oman, Jaifer, and his Brother ............22
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    The Islamic Concept And Its Characteristics



    Sayyid Qutb | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 136 | Size: 1 MB

    For a number of reasons there is a pressing need to define and elaborate the Islamic paradigm of thought, that is, to explain for a modern audience the Islamic concept. The Muslim needs this definition because it provides him with a comprehensive explanation of all that exists, on the basis of which he relates to the world. This explanation brings him closer to an under standing of the great realities that confront him, and of the nature of the relationships and connections that exist among these realities, namely, the reality of the Creator and the reality of the created (the latter including the universe, life, and man), and their mutual relation ships and interconnections. The definition of the Islamic concept is also necessary for the Muslim so that he may understand the central position that man occupies in this universe and the ultimate purpose for which he is created. This knowledge in turn defines the role of man in the universe, the parameters and perimeters of the field of his activities, and the limits of his relationship with his Creator.


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    INTRODUCTION
    A Word about the Methodology
    CHAPTER I
    The Wilderness and the Intellectual Rubbish
    CHAPTER II
    The Characteristics of the Islamic Concept
    CHAPTER III
    The Divine Origin of the Islamic Concept
    CHAPTER IV
    The Permanent Realities
    CHAPTER V
    Comprehensiveness
    CHAPTER VI
    Balance
    CHAPTER VII
    Dynamism
    CHAPTER VIII
    Realism
    CHAPTER IX
    The oneness of Allah
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    Islamic Way Of Life



    Abul A‘la Al-Mawdudi | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 22 | Size: 1.5 MB
    The chief characteristic of the Islamic Concept of Life is that it does not admit a conflict, nay, not even a significant separation between life-spiritual and life-mundane. It does not confine itself merely in purifying the spiritual and the moral life of man in the limited sense of the word. Its domain extends to the entire gamut of life. It wants to mould individual life as well as the social order in healthy patterns, so that the Kingdom of God may really be established on the earth and so that peace, *******ment and well-being may fill the world as waters fill the oceans. The Islamic Way of Life is based on this unique approach to life and a peculiar concept of man's place in the Universe. That is why it is necessary that before we proceed to discuss the moral, social, political and economic systems of Islam, we should have a clear idea of the Islamic Concept of Life. There are certain basic postulates which should be understood and appreciated at the very outset. These postulates are as follows


    ISLAMIC CONCEPT OF LIFE
    THE MORAL SYSTEM OF ISLAM
    ISLAMIC POLITICAL SYSTEM
    ISLAMIC SOCIAL ORDER
    ECONOMICS PRINCIPLES OF ISLAM
    THE SPIRITUAL SYSTEM OF ISLAM


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    The Fundamentals Of Tawheed (Islamic Monotheism



    Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 41 | Size: 8 MB
    Literally Tawheed means "unification" (making something one) or "asserting oneness", and it comes from the Arabic verb (wahhada) which itself means to unite, unify or consolidate. However, when the term Tawheed is used in reference to Allaah (i.e. Tawheedullaah), it means the realizing and maintaining of Allaah's unity in all of man's actions which directly or indirectly relate to Him. It is the belief that Allaah is One, without partner in His dominion and His actions (Ruboobeeyah), One without similitude in His essence and attributes (Asmaa wa Sifaat), and One without rival in His divinity and in worship (Ulooheeyah/'Ebaadah). These three aspects form the basis for the categories into which the science of Tawheed has been traditionally divided. The three overlap and are inseparable to such a degree that whoever omits any one aspect has failed to complete the requirements of Tawheed. The omission of any of the above mentioned aspects of Tawheed is referred to as "Shirk" (lit. sharing); the association of partners with Allaah, which, in Islamic terms, is in fact idolatry.


    The three categories of Tawheed are commonly referred to by the following titles:
    1. Tawheed ar-Ruboobeeyah (lit. "Maintaining the Unity of Lordship")
    2. Tawheed al-Asmaa was-Sifaat (lit. "Maintaining the Unity of Allaah's Names and Attributes")
    3. Tawheed al-'Ebaadah (lit. "Maintaining the Unity of Allaah's Worship")

    The division of Tawheed into its components was not done by the Prophet (saws) nor by his companions, as there was no necessity to analyze such a basic principle of faith in this fashion. However, the foundations of the components are all implied in the verses of the Qur'aan and in the explanatory statements of the Prophet (saws) and his companions, as will became evident to the reader when each category is dealt with in more detail later in this chapter.

    The necessity for this analytical approach to the principle of Tawheed arose after Islaam spread into Egypt, Byzantium, Persia and India and absorbed the cultures of these regions. It is only natural to expect that when the peoples of these lands entered the fold of Islaam, they would carry with them some of the remnants of their former beliefs. When some of these new converts began to express in writings and discussions, their various philosophical concepts of God, confusion arose in which the pure and simple unitarian belief of Islaam became threatened. There were also others who had outwardly accepted Islaam but secretly worked to destroy the religion from within, due to their inability to oppose it militarily. This group began to actively propagate distorted ideas about Allaah among the masses in order to tear down the first pillar of Eemaan (faith) and with it Islaam itself.
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    Christianity: The Original And The Present Reality



    Muhammad bin Abdullah as-Saheem | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 28 | Size: 1 MB
    Christianity The Original And The Present Reality: The author has given a brief history of original Christianity with reference to context, as well as, the present reality of Christianity in the modern world.


    Publishers Note
    All the praise is due to Allâh, Who has guided us to His straight
    path. We seek His forgiveness and we seek refuge in Him from
    the evil of our own selves and our bad deeds.
    ‘Christianity – the Original and the Present Reality’ is a brief treatise
    in which the author has attempted to open the Christians’
    eyes to the true reality of their erroneous beliefs and to guide
    them to the Truth.
    All the Messengers of Allâh had tried their best, to convey the
    correct creed to their peoples. Prophet ‘Isa, or Jesus, was also
    among those upright Messengers who strove hard to guide his
    people to the Truth, but most of them followed their whims and
    desires and thus went astray.
    Believing in the Oneness of Allâh is a basic fundamental in Islam.
    This belief establishes the relationship between human beings and
    their Rubb (Lord). As Muslims we firmly believe that Allâh is our
    Creator, Sustainer and the true God; only He has the right to be
    worshipped. There is no partner with Him. He has the free hand
    in the disposal of all affairs.
    I am thankful to Br. Muhammad bin ‘Abdullah As-Saheem who
    has written this booklet in the Arabic language and given us permission
    to translate it into English. I pray to Allâh to render this
    booklet beneficial and be a source of guidance and blessing in
    both this world and the Hereafter.
    I also appreciate Darussalam’s staff, who spared no effort to
    complete this work in a very good manner.
    General Manager: Abdul Malik Mujahid

    Introduction
    All praise and thanks are due to Allâh, Who has not taken any
    creature as a son, nor does He have any partner in His dominion,
    nor has He any protector from among the lowly creatures. His
    Greatness is greater than all else. I bear witness that there is nothing
    worthy of worship in truth besides Allâh Alone Who is singular
    and without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad (PBUH)
    is His slave, servant and Messenger.
    This is a very brief summary in which I intend to clarify the origin
    of Christianity (Nasraaniyah) and its current reality. It is principally
    intended for a Christian in order that he may be aware of the
    roots of his belief. He will perhaps come to understand how
    Christianity has undergone change and substitution to the point that
    it has evolved into a man-made composition – this, after having
    once been a Divine message. I have made it a point to bring
    forth, within this summary, those evidences that brought forth
    the truth of the matter from actual texts of the Torah (Tawrah)
    and the Injeel. This was done to illustrate, to every Christian
    reader, my intention to point out the truth and to guide towards
    that which is correct. Thus I write, seeking Allâh’s help.

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    Publishers Note
    Introduction
    The Origin of Christianity
    Christ, the Messiah — Son of Allâh
    Christ — The Second Element of the Holy Trinity
    The Divine as one with Humanity
    Allâh is a Holy Trinity
    The Crucifixion
    Christ died on the Cross
    The Lord’s Supper (The Eucharist)
    Bibliography and References of Books of
    Some Christians Who accepted Islam
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    Ahmad Ibn Hanbal's Treatise On Salah



    Sameh Strauch | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 27 | Size: 1 MB
    'Certainly, Salah (regular prayer) is the first and most important matter after testimony, the second pillar and it is the difference between faith and disbelief The Messenger of Allah said, 'Between a person and disbelief is discarding Salah.' Salah is our connection to our Lord and our success in the Hereafter depends upon our performance of it in this world. If we accept this, we must then strive to perform our Salah in the way which is accepted by Allah, i.e. as the Prophet himself used to perform them. He said: 'Pray as you have seen me performing Salah.' Imam Ahmad, doubtless and mindful of the Words of Allah: (So woe to the worshippers who are careless in the performance of their prayers.) (Qur'an 107: 4-5) has dwelt at great length in this treatise on the importance of performing one's Saláh carefully and correctly, in accordance with the confirmed practices of the Prophet as narrated in the authentic hadiths. The treatise was written for the people of a community with whom Imam Ahmad had prayed a number of times. During his Salah, he noticed that most of them were not performing Salah properly; indeed, the errors were so serious in some cases, as to nullify their Salah. The resulting work (treatise) was, and remains, an excellent advice to all those who fear Allah and hate to incur His displeasure and seek only His pleasure. May Allah guide us all to His Truth and keep us firm upon the Straight Path: Our Lord! Condemn us not if we forget or fall into error. Our Lord! Lay not on us a burden like that which you laid on those before us. Our Lord! Lay not on us a burden greater than we have strength to bear. Blot out our sins and forgive us. Have mercy on us. You are our protector. Help us against the disbelieving people.) (Qur'an 2: 286)'
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    The Creed Of The Four Imaams



    Muhammad Ibn Abdur-Rahmaan al-Khumayyis | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 91 | Size: 5 MB
    The book proves the important, yet often overlooked point, that despite whatever differences the Imaams had in their fiqh, their creed was one and the same in almost all issues. Many narrations are brought from the past and present day Scholars showing that the path to Allaah is one. Detailed biographies have been provided for each of the four Imaams from ancient authentic sources. Additionally, many doubts cast over the creed and lives of the Imaams have been uncovered, and the Creed of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah has been exonerated.


    From the Back of the Book:
    Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (d.728H) - rahimahullaah - said, “However, from the mercy of Allaah to His servants is that from the imaams who were with them in the Ummah, there were those who had a truthful tongue, like the four imaams and other than them. They rejected the people of kalaam and their statements concerning the Qur‘aan, eemaan, and the Attributes of the Lord. And they were in agreement about what the Salaf were upon; that Allaah will be seen in the Hereafter, and that the Qur‘aan is the word of Allaah - it is not created, and that faith is undoubtedly an affirmation of the heart and the tongue.” [Kitaabul-Eemaan (p. 350-351) with the commentary of Muhammad al-Harraas]

    So this is what al-’Allaamah Siddeeq Hasan Khaan pointed out when he said, “So our way is the way of the Salaf, which is affirmation (ithbaat) without tashbeeh (resemblance), nor tanzeeh (denial), and without ta’teel (negation). It is the way of the imaams of Islaam like Maalik and ash-Shaafi’ee, and ath-Thawree, and Ibnul-Mubaarak and Imaam Ahmad and other than them. So verily there is no disagreement between these imaams in the usoolud-deen (foundations of the Religion). Likewise Aboo Haneefah – ? – because the creed that is confirmed from him is in agreement with the creed of these imaams, and it is that which the Book and the Sunnah speak of.” [Qutfuth-Thamar (p. 47-48) of al-’Allaamah Siddeeq Hasan Khaan]

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    Said Imaam Aboo Haneefah an-Nu’maan Ibn Thaabit (d.159H) – rahimahullaah, “And He has a Hand and a Face and an Essence (dhaat), as Allaah the Exalted mentions in the Qur‘aan. So whatever Allaah the Exalted mentioned in the Qur‘aan in regards to the Face and the Hand and the Essence, then these are His Attributes without inquiry into their modality (bilaa kayf). And it is not to be said that His Hand is His Power, or His Bounty (ni’mah), because it is nullification of the Attribute, and it is the statement of the people of al-Qadar and al-I’tizaal.” [al-Fiqhul-Akbar (p. 402)]

    It is related by al-Harawee from ash-Shaafi’ee, that he said, ‘Maalik was asked about kalaam and Tawheed, so Maalik said, ‘It is foolishness to think about the Prophet (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam), that he taught this Ummah about istinjaa‘ (cleaning after relieving oneself), but he did not teach them Tawheed. And Tawheed is what the Prophet (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) said, ‘I was commanded to fight the people until they say: There is no deity worthy of worship besides Allaah.’ [Related by al-Bukhaaree (3/262), Muslim (1/51) and an-Nisaa‘ee (5/14). All of them relate it by way of ’Ubaydullaah Ibn ’Ubayd al-Lajan ’Utbah Ibn Mas’ood from Abee Hurayrah. And Aboo Daawood (3/101) related it from Abee Saalih from Abee Hurayrah.] So whatever is protected by it of wealth and blood is the reality of Tawheed.” [Dhammul-Kalaam (qaaf/210)]

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    Author's Introduction
    Section One
    Prerequisites to Understanding the Correct Creed
    [1] Censure of the Intellect
    [2] The Prohibition of the Salaf from Kalaam and Argumentation
    [3] The Way of t he Salaf
    [4] Opposing the Way of the Salaf is Misguidance
    [5] The Prohibition of Using Terms that are not Found in the Qur'aan or the Sunnah in Matters of Creed
    Section Two
    The Creed of the Four Imaams is One
    Section Three
    The Creed of Imaarn Aboo Haneefah
    [1] His Statement Concerning Tawheed
    [2] His Statement Concerning Pre-Decree
    [3] His Statement Concerning Eemaan
    [4] His Statement Concerning the Companions
    [5] His Statement Concerning Kalaam and Controversies in Religion
    Section Four
    The Creed of Imaam Maalik Ibn Anas
    [1] His Statement Concerning Tawheed
    [2] His Statement Concerning Pre-Decree
    [3] His Statement Concerning Eemaan
    [4] His Statement Concerning the Companions
    [5] His Statement Concerning Kalaam and Controversies in Religion
    Section Five
    The Creed of Imaam ash-Shaafi'ee
    [1] His Statement Concerning Tawheed
    [2] His Statement Concerning Pre-Decree
    [3] His Statement Concerning Eemaan
    [4] His Statement Concerning the Companions
    [5] His Statement Concerning Kalaam and Controversies in Religion
    Section Six
    The Creed of Imaam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal
    [1] His Statement Concerning Tawheed
    [2) His Statement Concerning Pre-Decree
    [3] His Statement Concerning Eemaan
    [4] His Statement Concerning the Companions
    [5] His Statement Concerning Kalaam and Controversies in Religion
    Section Seven
    Biographies of the Four Imaams
    [1] Aboo Haneefah
    [2] Maalik Ibn Anas
    [3] Imaam ash-Shaafi'ee
    [4] Allmad Ibn Hanbal
    Appendix One - The Position of Ahlus-Sunnah Concerning the Issues of Eemaan
    Appendix Two - The Creed of Muhammad Zaahid al-Kawtharee
    Appendix Three - The Path is One
    Conclusio n: The Latter Part of the Ummah
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    Al-Wala Wal-Bara - According To The Aqeedah Of The Salaf



    Muhammad al-Qahtani | Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 296 | Size: 2 MB
    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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