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Morality in Islam: Sexual Issues In modern Era & Its Solution in Islam By Dr Mufti Allie Haroun Sheikh


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Author : Dr Mufti Allie Haroun Sheikh
Publisher : Adam Publishers & distributors, India


About the Book

Islam subjects human passions and desires in the service of noble goals such as obedience to Almighty Allah Taala which generates, in life, values of love, virtue, truth and integrity.

Topics covered: Masturbation, Pornography, LGBT, Homosexuality and so on…

In this book Sexual Issues in Modern Era & Its solution In Islam: Morality in Islam his approach to moral problems, the writer has adequately dealt with the burning issues of sexual morality in Islam, highlighting the extent to which Islamic value systems serve as a protective mechanism against the promiscuous modern western society.

About the Author

The author is well known internationally. In his approach to moral problems, the writer has adequately dealt with the burning issues of sexual morality in Islam, highlighting the extent to which slamic value systems serve as a protective mechanism against the promiscous modern western society.

Stories of the Prophets [IIPH EDITION] By Ibn Katheer [r.a]


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Author : Imam Ismâ‘eel Ibn Katheer [r.a]
Translator: Husain Maqbool
Publisher :  International Islamic Publishing House IIPH

About the Book

Believing in all the Messengers and Prophets – form Adam to Muhammad – may peace be upon them all, is one of the pillars of faith in Islam. Denying any of them is a form of kufr – disbelief – which if not repented leads to Hell-fire. Similar is the case with exaggerating any of them beyond their respective honorable status that Allah, the All-Mighty, has given them, as the followers of many faith are doing.

(The Messenger believes in what has been revealed to him from his Lord, as do the believers. Each one (of them) believes in Allah, His Angels, His books, and His Messengers. “We make no distinction between any of His messengers.” And they say, “We hear and we obey. [We seek] Your forgiveness, our Lord, and to You is the [final] destination.) [Qur’an 2:285]

(We do relate to you (O’ Muhammad) the best of stories in what We have related to you the Qur’an, although you were, before it, among the unaware.) [Qur’an 12:3]

(So relate the stories that perhaps they will give thought) [Qur’an 7:176]

The renowned mufassir (exegete), muhaddith (expert in hadith) and historian Ismail ibn Katheer has compiled the Stories of the Prophets from the Qur’an and the narration of the Prophet, Blessings and Peace be upon him, authentically reported.

The book is thus unique in its content, dealing with the important events of the Prophets and Messengers with all authentically right from Adam the first prophet to Jesus, Peace be upon them all. As for Prophet Muhammad, the author has written a separate book about his seerah.

About The Author

Abu Al-Fida ‘Imad Ad-Din Isma’il bin ‘Umar bin Kathir Al-Qurashi Al-Busrawi Al Dimishiqi (700-774 AH), originally from Busra (Syria) and raised in Damascus. He followed the Shafi’i school of thought. Ibn Kathir was born in the year 700 AH or little later in an area called Majdal, near Busra, west of Damascus. His father died when he was only four years old and was taken in by his brother and moved to Damascus in 706. Here, he learned from great scholars such as Ibn Asakir, Ishaq ibn Yahya al-Amudi and the great Ibn Taymiyyah who was extremely close to him. He also studied under various other sheikhs who gave him permission in fiqh and Hadith. He made many academic contributions to Islamic sciences.

He made many academic contributions to Islamic sciences.

​The following are amongst his most prominent works :

  • Tafseer of the Quran,
  • Al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah: a history of Muslims from Adam until Ibn Kathirs time,
  • At-Takmeel: a book on the science of Asmaaul Rijal (profiles of transmitters of Hadith),
  • Jami’ul Masaneed: a book that collects the Hadith from ten major books of Hadith,
  • The classes of Shafi’i scholars: a list of scholars following the Imam,
  • Extraction of the traditions of Tanbeeh (a Shafi’i book of jurisprudence),
  • The commentary on al-Bukhari (which he did not finish),
  • The book of laws (again, he did not complete it),
  • The summary to the science of Hadith; a synopsis to the introduction of Ibn Saahi’s work,
  • Extraction of the traditions to the summary of Ibn Hajib,
  • Musnad of the two sheikhs (Abu Bakr and Umar),
  • Biography of the Prophet, sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam,
  • The epistle of Jihad.

Al-Hafiz Ibn hajar Al-Asqalani said,Ibn Kathir lost his sight just before his life ended. He died in Damascus in 774A.H. May Allah grant him Mercy and make him amongst the residents of Jannah.

Discipline: The Path to Spiritual Growth [English Translation of Mukhtasar Minhaj al-Qasidin] By Imam Ibn Qudamah al-Maqdisi



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Author : Imam Ibn Qudamah al-Maqdisi
English Translation of Mukhtasar Minhaj al-Qasidin
Publisher : Dar As-Sunnah Publishers

About The Book

This work has taken Important Points and Objectives from The Minhaj Al-Qasidin of Ibn Al-Jawzi which intern is a Summary of that Magnum Opus of Imam al-Ghazali The ‘Ihya Ulum Ad-Din’.

however, Ibn Al-Jawzi Compiled the book free from weak or fabricated Hadith and then Ibn QudamaH summarised it further and added his invaluable comments.

The book is divided into 10 important foundations

Description From The Publishers

The life of a believer is one of struggle and toil in order to cleanse the soul and to work towards righteous actions and deeds, which are pleasing to our Lord, Allah, the Most High. For this reason, disciplining oneself is of utmost importance in order to achieve the spiritual growth that every soul requires.

The inner fight against the self takes place in every human being daily, however only the sincere and powerful will do away with such impulses and attacks and will overcome the forces of desire. Just like food, drink and clothes are a necessity for the human being, so too is the need to discipline the soul and rectify the flaws of the self. In today’s society, people often neglect the self and the need for it to be reformed upon the teachings of the Qur’an and the beautiful example of our beloved Prophet (peace and blessing be upon him) and his Companions.

As humans, we tend to focus on what is apparent and neglect the spiritual dimension of oneself. For this reason, the book before you will not only fill that void but will also be a means of rectifying the self. This guide before you is of utmost value and its need in our materialistic society cannot be underestimated, by the permission of Allah, the Most High.

In this second installment, the author, may Allah have mercy on him, discusses the marvels of the heart and curing the sickness therein, disciplining the self and breaking the desire of the stomach and the private parts. It also covers how to deal with pride, malice, envy, and the defects of the tongue. It concludes with the harms of greed, the praise of wealth, showing off, self-delusion, and how to overcome all these diseases that harm the spirituality of any person that is seeking the Hereafter.

About The Author

Imam Ibn Qudamah al-Maqdisi [d. 689AH] was a leading scholar and an ascetic known for his piety and vast knowledge. Born in Palestine, near Jerusalem, he traveled to Baghdad, Damascus, and Makkah in search of sacred knowledge.

He authored many beneficial works. He was the Imam of the Muslim Community, unparalleled in Islamic Jurisprudence.


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About The Book

Ash-Shāfi’ī said, “After the Book of Allah, there is no book on the face of the earth sounder than the book of Mālik.” ‘Alā’ ad-Dīn Maghlaṭāy al-Ḥanafī said, “The first person to compile the ṣaḥīḥ was Mālik.” Ibn Ḥajar said, “The book of Mālik is sound by all the criteria that are demanded as proofs in the mursal, munqaṭi’ and other types of transmission.” As-Suyūṭī followed Ibn Ḥajar’s judgement and said, “It is absolutely correct to say that the Muwaṭṭa’ is sound (ṣaḥīḥ) without exception.” Al-Bukhārī and Muslim transmitted most of its ḥadīths and included them in their Ṣaḥīḥ collections. The authors of the rest of the six books, the Imām of the ḥadīth scholars, Aḥmad ibn Ḥanbal, and others did the same. But, in addition, the Muwaṭṭa’ contains a record of the practice of the people of Madīnah of the first generations, a transmission of the ethos that permeated the city and Imām Mālik’s painstaking clarification of the Sunna, the ḥadīths, the practice and legal judgements. Imam Mālik’s full name is Mālik ibn Anas ibn Mālik ibn Abī ‘Āmir al-Aṣbaḥī and he was related to Dhū Aṣbaḥ, a sub-tribe of Ḥimyar. He was instructed in the learning and recitation of the Noble Qur’ān by Imām Nāfi’ ibn ‘Abd ar-Raḥmān ibn Abī Nu’aym, the Imām of the reciters of Madīna and one of the “seven reciters”. Among the huge number of his teachers in ḥadīth and fiqh were Nāfi’, the mawlā of ‘Abdullāh ibn ‘Umar and Ibn Shihāb az-Zuhrī. He sat to give fatwā when he was seventeen years old after seventy Imāms had testified that he was worthy to give fatwā and teach. His own students included Imām ash-Shāfi’ī and Imām Muhammad ibn al-Ḥasan ash-Shaybānī the Ḥanafī mujtahid, as well as a great number of Imāms of ḥadīth and fiqh and thus he is known as Imām al-A’immah ‘the Imām of the Imāms’.

Imam Malik Ibn Anas (93 AH/711 CE – 179 AH/795 CE)

Imam Mālik’s full name is Mālik ibn Anas ibn Mālik ibn Abī ‘Āmir al-Aṣbaḥī and he was related to Dhū Aṣbaḥ, a sub-tribe of Ḥimyar.  He was instructed in the learning and recitation of the Noble Qur’ān by Imām Nāfi‘ ibn ‘Abd ar-Raḥmān ibn Abī Nu‘aym, the Imām of the reciters of Madīna and one of the ‘seven reciters’.

Among the huge number of his teachers in ḥadīth and fiqh were Nāfi‘, the mawlā of ‘Abdullāh ibn ‘Umar, and Ibn Shihāb az-Zuhrī. He sat to give fatwāwhen he was seventeen years old after seventy Imāms had testified that he was worthy to give fatwā and teach.

His own students included Imām ash-Shāfi‘ī and Imām Muhammad ibn al-Ḥasan ash-Shaybānī the Ḥanafī mujtahid, as well as a great number of Imāms of ḥadīth and fiqh, and thus he is known as Imām al-A’immah ‘the Imām of the Imāms’.

He is recognised to be the subject of the hadith from Abū Hurayra:

“The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him said, ‘There will come a time when the people will beat the livers of their camels in search of knowledge and they will not find an ‘ālim with more knowledge than the ‘ālim of Madīna.’”

About The Translator

Aisha Abdurrahman Bewley is one of today’s most prolific translators of classical Arabic works into English. For more than thirty-five years she has been concerned with making the contents of many classical Arabic works more accessible to English-speaking readers.

She is co-translator, with her husband Shaykh Abdalhaqq Bewley, of The Noble Qur’an, a New Rendering of its Meaning in English.

Other works include her translation of The Meaning of Man of Sidi Ali al-Jamal, Muhammad Messenger of Allah – ash-Shifa of Qadi ‘Iyad, Muhammad ibn Sa‘d’s Kitab at-Tabaqat al-Kabir, and of her own authorship: Mu‘awiya – Restorer of the Muslim FaithA Glossary of Islamic TermsIslam: The Empowering of Women and Muslim Women, a Biographical Dictionary.

The Chief Sins [Al KABA’R] By Imam Shams ad din Dhahabi (r.a) [Arabic- English]


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The Chief Sins
Al- kABA’R

By Muhammad Ibn Uthman Adh-Dhahabi (Imam Adh-Dhahabi)
Translator: Mahmoud Ibrahim
Publisher : Dar Al-Kotob Al-Ilmiyah (DKI)

Arabic- English Full Arabic Text is Included

About The Book

The major sins are those acts which have been forbidden by Allah in the Quran and by His Messenger (SAW) in the Sunnah (practice of the Prophet), and which have been made clear by the actions of of the first righteous generation of Muslims, the Companions of the Prophet (SAW).

There is some difference of opinion among scholars in this regard. 

Some say these major sins are seven, and in support of their position they quote the tradition: 

‘Avoid the seven noxious things’- and after having said this, the Prophet (SAW) mentioned them: 

  1. ‘associating anything with Allah; 
  2. magic; 
  3. killing one whom Allah has declared inviolate without a just case, 
  4. consuming the property of an orphan, 
  5. devouring usury, 
  6. turning back when the army advances, and 
  7. slandering chaste women who are believers but indiscreet.’ (Bukhari and Muslim)

‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas said: ‘Seventy is closer to their number than seven,’ and in this book Imam Dhabi goes through the 70 Major Sins Supported by the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

An excellent book in Arabic and English side by side. Contains the 70 major sins, their descriptions and supporting Quran Ayah’s and Hadith.

About The Author 

Muhammad bin Ahmad bin Uthman bin Qaymaz at Turkamani, Shams al-Din al-Dimashqi al-Dhahabi al-Shafi`i (673-748 AH), the imam, Shaykh al-Islam, head of hadith masters, critic and expert examiner of the hadith, encyclopedic historian and biographer, and foremost authority in the canonical readings of the Qur’an. 

Born in Damascus where his family lived from the time of his grandfather Uthman, he sometimes identified himself as Ibn al-Dhahabi – son of the goldsmith – in reference to his father’s profession.

Shamaa-il-Tirmidhi & Commentary By Maulana Zakariyya Kandhelwi [r.a]


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About The Book

This is a Commentary on the abridged form of Imam Tirmidhi’s (209 – 279 AH) famous Shamaa-il, in which he has recorded everything about the Holy Propet (S.A.W) on the authority of the Companions, and collected 397 ahadith which are devided into 55 Chapters. Drawing A pen picture of the Holy Prophet’s (S.A.W) physical features manners and characteristics.

This English translation and commentary is of the Khasaa-il Nabawi Sallallahu ‘Alayhi Wasallam by the late Shaykhul Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya.

It is indented to enable a Muslim to achieve a link and connection with the one whom Allah Ta’aala has made as a mercy unto mankind, and most certainly Allah has spoken the truth when He mentions in His Book:

‘Verily, you (0 Muhammad) are of a very high (noble) character”.

Shaikh ul Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya Kandhelwi writes the following in the Preface to this book:

  • Most of the references in this translation are derived from the following books: ‘Jam’ul Wasaa-il’ of Mulla ‘Ali Qaari Hanafi; ‘Munaawi’ of Shaykh ‘Abdur-Ra-oof Misri; ‘Mawaahib-Ladunniyyah’ of Shaykh Ebrahim Bayjuri and ‘Tah-dhibut Tah-dhib’ of Haafiz Ibn Hajar ‘Asqalaani.
  • Since the translation is meant for the layman, literal meanings have been given . Word for word translation has been avoided.
  • In addition to the translation many things have been added to serve as a commentary. This has been written separately after the actual translation.
  • At many places in the translation of the ahaadith additional information has been provided.
  • Where there seems to be contradiction between two hadith, the differences have been briefly explained.
  • The view of the different madhaa-hib have been mentioned briefly at places. The Hanafi mahd-dab has been specially mentioned as the majority of the local population (i.e the inhabitants of India ) adhere to this madh-hab.
  • The proof that substantiate the Hanfis madh-hab have been mentioned briefly where deemed necessary.
  • Where a battle or incident is mentioned in a hadith, the battle or incident is described in the commentary.
  • Where the relation of a hadith to a chapter is not obvious, an explanation has been provided.
  • To keep the subject matter brief, with regard to those incidents that have not been narrated herein, the readers have been referred to their original sources. The name of the kittab is given where they can be found in detail so that those who are interested may easily refer to them.
  • Utmost care has been taken to keep the subject under discussion short and precise, as readers may become bored with lengthy discourses.

About Imam Tirmidhi

Imam Muhammad ibn Easa ibn Sawrah ibn Musa Tirmidhi was born in the year 209 A.H. during the reign of the Abbasid Khalifa Ma’mun al-Rashid. Having grown up in an environment of learning, together with possessing many great qualities naturally drove Imam Tirmidhi to dedicate his life totally towards the field of Hadith. He obtained his basic knowledge at home and later travelled to far off lands in search of this great science.

He studied Hadith under great personalities such as Imam Bukhari, Imam Muslim and Imam Abu Dawud. In some narrations Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim are his students as well. According to Ibn Taymiyya and Shah Waliullah, Imam Timidhi was an independent Jurist (Mujtahid). Moulana Anwar Shah Kashmiri is of the opinion that he was a Shafi`i.

He died In the year 279 A.H. in a village called Bawag at the age of 70.

About The Commentator

Shaykhul Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya Kandhelwi was born in the village of Kandhla (in Uttar Pradesh, India) on Ramadan 1315 AH (1898 CE). His full name was Muhammad Zakariyya ibn Muhammad Yahya ibn Muhammad Isma‘il, and his lineage continues all the way back to Abu Bakr (may Allah be pleased with him), the great Companion of the Messenger (upon him be peace).

He spent 55 years teaching Ahaadith. of which 45 years were spent in teaching Bukhari Sharif.As an author he wrote many important books. Awjazul-Masaalik, commentary of Muatta Imam Malik in fifteen volumes and La’miud-Dirari, commentary of Sahih-al-Bukhari, consisting of over ten volumes. He has also written a compilation of books on virtues in various different subjects.

In the last century, India has undoubtedly become an important center for the study of hadith, and the scholars of India have become well-known for their passion for religious knowledge. Upon them ended the era of leadership in teaching hadiths, codification of the special fields (funun) of hadith, and commentary upon its texts (mutun).

He was given the honorary title of Shaykh al-Hadith, or “Great Scholar of Hadith,” by his teacher, Shaykh Khalil Ahmad Saharanpuri, who recognized his deep insight, clear-sightedness, and extensive knowledge of hadith and related sciences.

Maulana Zakariya Died in 1402 AH (1982)