The Dalaʾil al-Khayrāt has been a source of light for the Muslim community ever since its composition in the late 9th/15th century by Imam al-Jazuli, and it is probably the most oft-recited compilation of ṣalwat in the Muslim world.
Scholars say loving Allāh and His Messenger (peace be upon him) is an obligation for all Muslims and is among the highest ranks of gnosis one can attain. However, how can you love someone you do not know?
This concise work is a summary of Imam Abu Isa al-Tirmidhi's Ash-Shamail al-Muhammadiyya, a widely-acclaimed work which details different aspects of the character and lifestyle of Allah's Messenger (May Allah bless him and grant him peace).
Set in English with vocalised Arabic script, this collection of forty ahadith on the Khasa’is or Unique Qualities of the Prophet a and His Community is compiled by one of the foremost judges, lovers of the Prophet a, and spiritual scholars of the recent-past – Imam Yusuf b. Ismaʿil al-Nabahani g.