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  • Al-Arba'in on The Virtues of Sham And Its People Sham is an area which encompasses modern day Syria, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, parts of Northern Egypt, parts of Southern Turkey and parts of Western Iraq.
  • A Commentary of Jami' at-Tirmidhi - Adhan A Commentary of Jami' at-Tirmidhi - Adhan
    Based on the lectures of Mufti Shabbir Ahmad. One of the most prominent emblems of Islam, the adhan, or call to prayer, is recognised by both Muslims and Non-Muslims the world over. Now, for the first time, this topic is dealt with in all its nuance and complexity in light of Imam Muhammad ibn Isa al-Tirmidhi's Sunan, including the Arabic text & translation. The issues arising from, and associated with the Adhan, are also tackled from the standpoint of the traditional sciences of Hadith, jurisprudence and Qur'anic commentary. In doing so, not only is the significance and relevance of the Adhan underscored, but so too is Imam al-Tirmidhi's pedagogical methodology.
  • A Sufi Study of Hadith (Originally titled Haqiqa al-Tariqa min as-Sunna al-Aniqa) is a unique work of commentary on a selection of over three hundred authentic hadith
  • In this seminal work, the author suggests that each chapter of the Qur’an contains at least one distinct theme that underlies—and shows the logical connection—between every verse of that chapter. Moreover, he proposes that the chapters themselves take together make up a deliberate and unique portrait of human beings and of the spiritual life. Finally, the author argues that the secrets to the themes are contained and shown in the hadith literature describing the spiritual rewards and effects (fada’il) of various different chapters of the Qur’an.
  • A Thinking Person's Guide to the Truly Happy Life A Thinking Person's Guide to the Truly Happy Life
    What is happiness? What is not happiness? How can one lead a truly happy life? What are the differences between happiness, joy, gladness, contentment and pleasure? In this concise and easy-to-read book, noted philosopher and Islamic scholar, Prince Ghazi of Jordan, reviews the classical philosophical and religious answers to these questions and then shows Islam's perspective on the issue based on the Qur'an and saying of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW.) The answer is a surprising one to which everyone can relate.
    • Cover: Paperback
    • Author: H.R.H Prince Ghazi Bin Muhammad
    • Publisher: Turath Publishing
    • Pages: 112
    • Size: 21 x 14cm
    • Weight: 185(Gram)
  • Pricing Information Soft cover: £9.99 Hard Cover: £19.99 (Hard Cover format includes a 60 page annex on the Crisis of ISIS): We are currently taking pre-orders. Release Date: January 2017 | Dispatch Date: February 2017 The world is at a crossroads today. A tiny minority of Muslims seems to be bent on hijacking the religion of Islam and bringing it into perpetual conflict with the rest of the world. Because of their actions, very few non-Muslims understand the real difference between Islam as it has always been, and the distorted perversions of Islam today. This book is an attempt to positively say what Islam actually is—and always was—as well as what it is not.
  • Ageless Quran Timeless Text Ageless Quran Timeless Text
    Ageless Qurʾan Timeless Text Author: Mohammad Mustafa al-Azami Muslims do not doubt that the Holy Qurʾan is the unadulterated Word of Allah, a Book that has remained pure and free from change or distortion ever since it was revealed.  Ageless Qurʾan Timeless Text provides a visual proof of the integrity of the Qurʾanic text – the first of its kind – and is the result of 15 years of effort on the part of the author. Azami applies a proof technique known as ‘proof without words,’ typically used in mathematics to prove an identity or mathematical statement that can be demonstrated as self-evident by a diagram without any accompanying explanatory text.  
  • Al-Arba'in of Abd al-Rahman Jami. Forty Hadiths on Ethics and Practical Wisdom.
  • This is an opuscule of forty hadiths by Imam Ibn Hajar which he narrates from forty different Companions through forty shuyukh in a myriad of places; from the old Salihiyya quarter of Damascus to the Riyad al-Jannah in the Prophets (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) mosque. The book is a joy (al-Imta) to read since not only the subject matter is interesting but the actual isnads of the hadith with their special features. Writing forty hadith collections has been an old scholarly tradition tracing its origins to Abdullah ibn Mubarak and its justification going as far back as to the Prophet . In this respect, the reader becomes a part of this blessed historical tradition, especially with Ibn Hajars intiation of the book with the hadith al-musalsal bi al-awwaliyya.
  • Collection Of Forty Hadiths on the Memorable Qualities of the Mothers of the Believers - by Abd ar-Rahman Ibn 'Asakir. Beginning with biographical notes on the wives of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), Ibn 'Asakir takes the reader through a remarkable collection of hadith describing the virtues of the 'Mothers of the Believers', an appellation invested on the wives of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) by the Qur'anic text itself.
  • In this collection of 40 ĥadīths, the author addresses a subject that affects most people – if not all: marriage. He deals with questions on the purpose and significance of marriage, and tackles more controversial areas including forced marriage, marrying without the permission of one’s parents, and domestic violence. The ĥadīths are supplemented by a generous commentary which goes beyond a simple explanation of the wording of the ĥadīth to include discussions on how the ĥadīth is to be operationalised, or put into practice, and what implication it has on marital life.
  • Collection Of Forty Hadiths - On the Duty of Loving the Noble Family of the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) In this collection of 42 hadith, al-Hafiz al-Kattani tackles a subject that has been neglected by modern Islam and yet is one that lies at the core of the religion, namely, the love of the noble family of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace). Al-Hafiz al-Kattani demonstrates categorically that to love the family of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) is an integral part of Sunni Islam and a foundational attitude of the believer.