A New Revised and Edited Translation. This book, by the late Indian historian and intellectual, Shaykh Abu ’l-Hasan ‘Ali Nadwi, is a story of the ebbs and flows of this Ummah; the challenges, the setbacks, and most importantly, the successes.
Set in English with vocalized 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.
Iqd ul-Luli (Necklace of Pearls), by al-Sayyid Muhammad bin Hassan bin 'Alawi al-Haddad, may Allah have mercy upon him, is a poetic biography of the honorable and venerated Sayyida Fatima al-Zahra, may Allah be pleased with her, the daughter of the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace.
The bedrock of the Muslim Ummah has always been built upon the firm foundation of sacred knowledge. However, in many Muslim societies today, there exist many shortcomings in learning and teaching properly.
The Concise Article is a ground-breaking work that sheds light on a neglected aspect of the famous hadith of the Angel Jibril wherein Jibril asked the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) about Islam, faith, spiritual excellence, and the signs of the Last Day.
“Removal of Distress through the Mention of the Names of the Noble Masters: the People of Badr and the Martyrs of Uhud” is the first English translation of a unique supplicatory poem known in Arabic as Jaliyat al-Kadr bi dhikr asma’ Ahl al-Badr wa Shuhada’ Uhud al-Sadat al-Ghurar.
The first formulation of Islamic Law based on the behavior of the people of Madinah during the time of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and the great Companions, Al-Muwatta is the blueprint for a just and radiant society: the earliest, clearest, cleanest record of salafi Islam.
Etiquette of the learner, is a work extracted from Qadi Ibn Jama’ah’s major contribution to the literature of adab : Tadhkirat as-Sami wa'l -Mutakallim fi Adab al-'Alim wa'l -Muta'allim (A Memorandum to the Listener and the Speaker on the Etiquette of the Scholar and the Learner).