Explanation of Important Lessons (for every Muslim)

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    rating Wonderful book
    Customer R. on 02/01/2011 Alhamdulilah for this wonderful and well written book every Muslim male or female should have parents please get this book is also easy for teens to understand may Allah reward the author.
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    Customer R. on 06/15/2008 Great book alhamdulillah, every Muslim should have it insha allah.
    rating Must for every Muslim
    Customer R. on 03/03/2008 Asalamu Alaykum, This book is definitely true to its title. Every Muslim should have a copy, old or young. My only complaint is that I cannot give one to every Muslim I know.
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    Customer R. on 03/03/2008 This is a must have for every Muslim new and old. It's very well written.

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AuthorMuhammad bin 'Ali Al-Arfaj
Size in Inches6x9
Size in Centimeters15x22
Actual Weight1.50

This book is a short work to explain what every Muslim needs to know about the religion of Islam. It covers many lessons under 18 chapters. List of detailed topics can be found below:

Table of Contents
Preface To The First Edition
Important Points To Consider Before Reading

Lesson One
Surat Al-Fatihah And Other Short Surahs
Surat Al-Fatihah
Surat Az-Zalzalah
Surat Al- Adiyat
Surat Al-Qari'ab
Surat At-Takathur
Surat Al-Asr
Surat Al-Humazah
Surat Al-Fil
Surab Quraish
Surat AI Ma'un
Surat Al-Kawthar
Surat Al-Kafirun
Surat An Nasr
Surat Al-Masad
Surat Al-Ikhlas
Surat Al-Falaq
Surat AnNas

Lesson Two
The Pillars Of Islam. Lesson Three
The Pillars And Branches of Faith
Lesson Four
The Categories Of T'awhid And Shirk

Lesson Five
The Levels Of Ihsan

Lesson Six
The Conditions For Prayer

Lesson Seven
The Pillars (Arkan) of Prayer

Lesson Eight
The Obligatory Elements Of Prayer

Lesson Nine
An Explanation Of The Tashahhud

Lesson Ten
The Sunan Elements Of Prayer
Sajdah As-Sahw: The Prostration For Forgetfulness
Actions That Are Disliked During The Prayer

Lesson Eleven
Actions That Nullify One's Prayer

Lesson Twelve
The Conditions Of Wudhu' (Islamic Ablution)

Lesson Thirteen
Elements That Are Obligatory (Fardh) In The Wudhu'

Lesson Fourteen
Actions That Nullify One's Ablution

Lesson Fifteen
Every Muslim Must Adorn Himself With Manners That Are Legislated By Islam

Lesson Sixteen
Taking On Islamic Manners

Lesson Seventeen
A Warning Against Shirk (Associating partners with Allah) And Different Kinds Of Sins

Lesson Eighteen
Preparing The Dead Person's Body, Praying Over Him, And Burying Him. Study Questions

In The Name Of Allah, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful
Preface To The First Edition

Indeed, all praise is for Allah, we praise Him, repent to Him, and seek His forgiveness and help. We seek refuge in Allah from the evil of our own selves and our wicked deeds. Whomsoever Allah guides, none can lead astray; and whomsoever Allah leaves astray, none can guide. And I bear witness that none has the right to be worshipped except Allah alone, and He has no partner; and I bear witness that our Prophet Muhammad is His servant and Messenger. May Allah, send peace and blessings upon him, his family and his Companions until the Day of judgment.

Indeed Allah Almighty has protected this religion and raised its status among the nations, sending to the world the final Messenger, Muhammad , and with him the final and most complete religion - as Allah Almighty says:

This day, I have perfected your religion for you, completed My Favor upon you, and have chosen for you Islam as your religion.

Allah Almighty has made the scholars inheritors of the Prophets; they explain to the people their religious duties and they enlighten them, so that their worship of Allah Almighty is based on knowledge and insight. One such scholar, whom the Muslims recently lost, is the noble Shaikh and Imam, 'Abdul-'Aziz bin 'Abdullah bin Baz - may Allah Almighty have mercy on him, for he spent his life in knowledge, in teaching, in passing scholarly judgments and rulings. But over and above his knowledge, he was a man who was righteous and pious; he sought little from this world, and his manners were truly noble. From the many works in which the Shaikh served the different branches of Islamic knowledge - 'Aqidah, Fiqh, Hadith, Da'wah, and so on - is this very important work, Important Lessons For Every Muslim, a book that is much needed at the present time because so many Muslims lack a grasp on the fundamentals of the religion, in terms of belief, worship, and manners.

Seeking reward, seeking to benefit others, and seeking to apply the Hadith:
The best of people is he who benefits others most.

I decided to explain this important book, expanding on the clear concepts and rules mentioned by the Shaikh. In explaining and expanding on the Shaikh's words, I relied heavily, first upon Allah Almighty, and then upon the many other works of the Shaikh himself.

I chose to explain the copy printed by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Preaching and Guidance; it is the last edition that was printed during the life of the Shaikh - may Allah have mercy upon him. I chose it because it is the best copy in terms of organization and editing; moreover, it has an additional section on the topic of Ihsan.

To further help and encourage the reader - whether he is a student, teacher, caller to Islam, male, or female - I inserted questions for each lesson (at the end of the book), to help the student both understand and digest the material.

I ask Allah Almighty by His Beautiful Names and Most High Attributes to rectify our intentions and to make our children righteous, and to grant us sincerity in speech and in deed; indeed, He is the One upon Whom we rely, and He is Most Capable of answering our prayers. And the last of our supplications is that all praise is due to Allah, the Lord of all that exists.

Muhammad bin 'Ali Al-'Arfaj
(May Allah forgive him, his parents, and all Muslims)

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