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This book contains the biographies of 11 Ministers of the Prophet including: Al-Miqdad bin Amr, Abdullah bin Mas'ud, Hamzah bin Abdul-Muttalib, Abu Bakr, Abu Dharr, Ali, Hudhaifah bin Al-Yaman, Ammar bin Yasir, Bilal bin Rabah, 'Umar, and Ja'far (R).
Sufyaan Ath-Thauree was a true mountain of knowledge and the leader of the believers in hadeeth. He was a scholar who illuminated the world with his knowledge and who revived certain aspects of the Prophet's Sunnah that would otherwise have been forgotten.
Beyond enumerating the events of the Prophet Muhammad's life, lessons and morals from those events have been drawn to point out the significance of an event and the wisdom behind the Prophet's actions or deeds.
This great biography is written by the Shaikh Abdullah. It is in chronological order describing all the events of the life of the Prophet (S) from his childhood till he was called by the Lord of the universe.
From the day he embraced Islam until the day he died, Abu Bakr As-Siddique was the ideal Muslim, surpassing all other Companions in every sphere of life.
In this book, Dr. As-Sallabi presents the life of the third caliph of Islam, Uthman ibn Affan, and highlights his great achievements, as well the issues and turmoil that he faced due to the hypocrisy movement that plagued the Muslim society.
This book is about the great companion of the Prophet, Zaid ibn Thabit (11BH-51H). He embraced Islam at the early age of 11 and learned the Quran and perfected its recitation and learned other branches of knowledge.
The author has chosen one hundred personalities amongst the Companions. He compiled narrations, hadiths and incidences that contributed to the distinction of these individuals who have no similitude in the history of mankind after the Prophets of Allah.
This great book covers the periodic golden history of Islamic conquests - from the caliphate of Abu Bakr to the height of the Ottoman Caliphate. From Central Asia to Morocco, Spain and Central Europe.
This book describes, among other things, the principles upon which Umar ibn al-Khattaab governed the Muslims during his caliphate; among those principles were mutual consultation, justice, equality among people, and honoring of freedoms.
This volume contains a detail account of the life and times of Prophet Muhammad (S). The book reports the events of his blessed life, his battles, military campaigns, the delegations that met him, and sheds light upon the unique exemplary qualities, virtues and signs of his Messengership that make him a guide and role-model for all of humanity until the...
This part from Al-Bidayah wan Nihayah focuses exclusively on the delegations and expeditions undertaken in the lifetime of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
This book focuses on the events that took place after the death of the Messenger of Allah, such as the choosing of Abu Bakr as the Caliph, the ghusl of the Prophet and his burial. It then discusses his blessed and beautiful characteristics and merits and goes on to describe the miracles that he performed.
This booklet discusses the importance and etiquette of supplications. It also discusses the times and circumstances under which supplications should be made. It presents a number of supplications and shows how a Muslim can treat themselves.
This book highlights the interesting and valuable stories of Umar bin al-Khattab's life. The author deliberately left the stories without a sequence, so that each story is read by itself with ease. This is intended to be a unique approach.
This book describes, among other things, the principles based upon which Umar ibn 'Abd Al-'Aziz governed the Muslims during his caliphate among those principles were mutual consultation, justice, equality among people and honoring of freedoms.
This book provides detailed and insightful glimpses into the extraordinary life of the first Caliph of the Muslims, Abu Bakr As-Siddeeq (R), and his massive contribution to all of humanity.
Khadijah (R), the first wife of Muhammad (S), is a shining example to all Muslim men and women. This collection of authentic accounts, highlights her intelligence, commitment to religion, sincere belief in God and perseverance under the most difficult of circumstances.
This is a compilation of some Sunnan -practices of the Prophet and acts of worship. It is the very Sunnan that has been passed down to us through generations, all of which are blessings of Allah the Almighty, only for this nation.
The Seerah of the Prophet is an everlasting topic. The Muslims are never fed up with its fragrance. It has been a topic for writing since centuries and will be so till the Day of judgement. Every author shows his love and affection for the Messenger in his own style.
This book is the concise and authenticated biographical sketch of the Prophet Muhammad. It is a brief study which covers about all of the important points.
In our religion the highest ever to be respected and worshipped is Allah. After Him we respect our Prophet more than anyone else. It is because Allah has ordered us to respect the Messenger.
This is the first volume deals with the life of Abū Bakr as-Șiddīq (أبو بكر الصديق), the first of the Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs. No other person in the History of Islam can be compared to him when it comes to truthfulness, insight into Islamic teachings and devotion.
This second volume deals with the life of Umar ibn al-Khattab (عمر ابن الخطاب), the second of the Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs. The evaluation of Amir al-Mu'minin Umar al-Farooq and his far-sighted policies...
This third volume deals with the life of ʻUthmān bin ʻAffān (عثمان بن عفان), the third of the four Rightly-Guided Caliphs. Uthman ibn Affan (R) was the most qualified to become the Caliph during his time.
This fourth volume deals with the life of the last of the Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs, Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib (علي بن أبي طالب). He was the first male to accept Islam at the young age of approximately nine years.
Mu'awiyah ruled for nearly twenty years. During this long reign there was peace and prosperity as a rule at home. Abroad, his rule was equally successful, and extended the boundaries of Islam in all directions.