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This book discusses the Seven Destructive Sins that should be avoided which include: taking equals with Allah, taking a life, sorcery, consuming interest, wrongfully consuming the property of an orphan, defaming chaste women, and fleeing from battle.
An easily usable reference on the topic of Tauhid which contains important works on Tauhid as well as questions and answers and emphasis on explaining the truth about certain common misunderstandings.
Belief in predestination (Qada wa Qadar) is an undisputed article of faith in Islam. For some people, this belief leads to contentment and satisfaction, even in the face of hardship and adversity.
Seven clear principles and their evidences guide the reader to the clarity of belief in Allah's Names accomplished by the righteous early scholars of Islam. Principle 6 contains the Shaikh’s compilation of the ninety-nine (99) Names of Allah.
This book is a clear explanation of that which we should all know about our religion. In fact it is a detailed answer to the three questions that we will all be asked in our graves, as such this book will prove to be beneficial for everyone.
Sheikh bin Baz has proved in this book that to seek help in other than Allah is a Shirk (forbidden) according to the teachings of the Qur'an and Sunnah.
This small but important book by Shaikh bin Baz covers all basic information about the Belief in Allah, His Angels, His Books, His Messengers, the Last Day, the Divine Destiny, and Invalidators of Islam.
The subject of Walaa (affection) for believers and Baraa (aversion) with disbelievers is one of the most important religious issues which is related to the Articles of Faith. Lack of this matter will certainly lead to coming out of the fold of Islam.
The knowledge concerning Allah the Almighty is the most exalted of all knowledge. We can know Him and draw closer to Him by knowing His Beautiful Names. These Names describe His Oneness, Existence and Perfection. They describe His living attributes of
In this book, the eminent scholar of Islam, Sheikh-ul-Islam Imam Ibn Taimiyah deals with the perfect and undefiled Islamic faith and creed of the as-Salaf-as-Salih (pious predecessors) particularly in regards to Allah's names and attributes.
In Islam, Shirk (polytheism) is the grievous sin that cannot be forgiven until man turns to Allah in repentance sincerely and ask His pardon. This book deals with shirk thoroughly and highlights its various forms prevalent among the people.
A thorough discussion of the five pillars of Islam (aqidah, salat, saum, zakat and hajj) according to the Qur'an and Sunnah. It also covers the other important topics like taharah, the life of the Prophet, hadith studies and others.
A creed is a set of fundamental beliefs and guiding principles of a religion. At the present time we find many religions and numerous sects of each religion in this world, while the Creator of this world has prescribed a simple and straight forward path.
One of the best books on the subject of Tauhid (monotheism) and ranks high in authenticity. In this book all the relevant verses of the Qur'an have been discussed reasonably, rationally, and sincerely.
Islam is the greatest favor of Allah with which He has distinguished the mankind and Jinn. It is only a Deen which Allah made the last of all religions. He says: "Today, I have completed your deen for you, and perfected my favor upon you, and accepted
This is a monumental commentary on the Kitab At-Tawheed by the late Shaikh Uthaymeen. Singling out Allah The Mighty and Sublime in his Ruboobiyyah (lordship), Uloohiyyah (regarding worship) and His Asmaa wa-Sifaat (names and attributes)forms the mainstay of the subject of Tawheed.
Tawheed, the belief in the Oneness of Allah, is the core of the Islamic faith. Humans, as the designated vicegerents of Allah on earth, have been ordered to put this belief into practice in every aspect of life. Without Tawheed
The Muslim Creed is the English translation of the scholarly work known as Al-Aqidah al-Tahawiya by the famous scholar Abu Ja'far Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Salama al-Tahawi (321 AH).
In this modern time in which atheism and apostasy are dominant, it is needed to resort to Islam so that we may save ourselves from the man-made philosophies which are affecting our Monotheistic creed and cultural values.
This book presents the most basic knowledge of Islamic Creed. Unless one's creed is in accordance with the Noble Quran and Sunnah of Prophet Mohammad (S) all the good deeds can be at risk.
In this book, Shah Ismail Shaheed has gathered under different topics all the horrible blunders of Faith and practice which are contrary to the teachings of Islamic Monotheism.