Manners in Islam (Al-Adab Al-Mufrad)

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    Customer R. on 01/23/2009 It is a great book, but I wish the status of the authenticity of every Hadith was mentioned.
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    Customer R. on 12/01/2008 Assalam Alaikum, Best book of its kind. I mean seriously a book filled with 600 page of ahadith about morals and manners. Every Muslim should own this book if they wish to adapt the manners of the best of mankind, Prophet Muhammad salAllahu alaihi wassalam. If you get this book I would suggest that you also download Shaikh Albanee's commentary on the Ahadith in this book because this book is not all Sahih like Sahih Bukhari, so shaikh Albanee who is a great Muhadith pointed out some ahadith which are weak and explained why they are week.
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    Customer R. on 05/07/2008 mashAllah this is a great book and has many hadiths that Bukhari didn't include in his sahih. I enjoyed reading through this alhamdulillah.

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AuthorImam Muhammad bin Ismail Al-Bukhari
TranslatorRafiq Abdur Rahman
Size in Inches7x9.5x1.7
Size in Centimeters17x24x4
Edition2nd 2011
Actual Weight2.88

Imam al-Bukhari is world-renowned for his major work, 'al Jami' al Sahih' (Sahih al Bukhari), but he has also produced a number of other works, including 'al Adab al Mufrad', here translated into English. This book is a compilation of ahadith from various sources.

Includes an excellent introduction to the study of Hadith and sayings of Prophet Muhammad on over 500 topic areas including: treatment of parents and children, maintaining a good nature, hospitality, knowing how to ask Allah, making light of others, and much more. Arabic text w/English translation.

Topics Include:

Translator's Introduction
Chapter in Explanation of the Verse: We have enjoined upon people goodness towards their parents"
Being Good to One's Mother
Being Good to One's Father
Doing Good to One's Parents Even if They Are Unjust
Those Who Are Good to Their Parents Will Be Given Long Life by Allah
Those Who Do Not Seek Forgiveness for Pagan Parents
Doing Good to a Pagan Parent
Not Cursing One's Parents
Punishment for Disobedience to One's Parents
Doing Good for Parents after Their Death
Doing Good to Those with Whom One's Father Maintained Relations
One's Duty to Maintain Relations
Allah Loves Those Who Maintain Family Ties
Doing Good to the Nearest and Then the Nearest of Kin
Good Character and Understanding
Honest Wealth
The Requirement to Help the Needy
Praying for Good Manners
The Virtues of Elders
Mercy to the Young
Stroking a Child's Head
Show Mercy to Those on Earth
Failure to Fulfill a Promise
Criticizing Someone's Ancestry
Unsolicited Advice
Calling Someone a Hypocrite
Making Money
Expiation for the Sick
Visiting a Sick Idolater
Visiting the Impious
Accepting Gifts
Seeking Refuge in Allah from Laziness
The Virtue of Dua
Imitating Another
Covering for a Msslim
Make Simple Requests
Changing a Name
Agnomens for Women
Disliking the Dominance of Poetry
What Not to Say
Blowing One's Nose in Company
The Sin of the Two-Faced

and MANY more....

Published by: Dar Al-Kotob Al-ilamiyah

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