This short booklet present's Shaykh Salim bin 'Abd Allah bin Sumayr al-Hadrami al-Shafi'i's Safinat al-naja. His text, presented here in both the original Arabic and a contemporary translation, introduces fundamental beliefs and obligations.
The Wasiyyah of Shaykh Abu 'Abd al-Raḥman al-Sulami contains forty-six counsels. Each counsel concerns actions Allah and His Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace) have commanded us to perform or avoid.
This book should be required reading for teachers and students of the overlaps between religion, politics, identity and culture in Political Science, Religious Studies/Theology, Middle East/ Islamic Studies, International Relations, Counter-Terrorism.
Does your child struggle to progress in their Quran reading? Are they bored in their lessons? Are they taking forever to memorise even the simplest Surahs? Are you worried your child is not building a loving relationship with the book of Allah?
This abridged version captures the heart and essence of Habib 'Alawi's commentary. It explains the nineteen litanies of the Ratib, illustrating the source of each invocation and the benefits with reference to the Qur'an and hadith.
This book is the first of its kind. It is accessible and easy to read; it is as if you are having a conversation with the author. The book addresses challenges we face today in schools and everyday life. It is comprehensive without being too detailed. It gives a roadmap, a guide for how to handle controversial issues in science and Islam.
Khwaja Ghulam Farid (1845-1901) is celebrated as one of the finest as well as one of the last of the great Sufi poets of Pakistan. He is particularly revered in his home territory of Bahawalpur for the matchless lyrics which he composed in his native Siraiki.
Meditations of Khawaja Muinuddin Chishti give an authoritative insight into the things that really matter and, it is hoped, will secure for the individual concerned the inner peace and harmony which are sought by man in his bondage.
This is a daily litany of forty beautiful and moving salawat and other supplications by the Imam of the Azhar Mosque, Shaykh Salih al-Ja’fari [may Allah be pleased with him] (d. 1979). The shaykhs gave an ijaza (authorisation) for all Muslim men and women to recite it as their daily litany.
In this succinct treatise, Imam al-Sabuni skilfully dispels any aspersions or misunderstandings from the life and times of the noble Prophets and Messengers of God. He provides a thorough exploration of the concept of infallibility using Arabic etymology and canonical Islamic texts, demonstrating their protection from God and immunity to sin.
The Qur'an has spoken to Muslims for over one thousand years; it is seen as law-maker, moral code, and the word of God. This work outlines the key themes and explains the historical and cultural context of this work whilst examining its content, language and style, and the variety of approaches that have been used to interpret it.