Islamic books excellent for the youth and teenagers. Covers books on history, children's problems among others.
Better Me: 365 ways to transform your everyday life, contains a selection of powerful words that were said during my talks as well as inspiration sparked from my mentors throughout the past 10 years. I am hoping that within this compilation you will find inspiration that will change your life for the better.
How do we know that Allah SWT exists? The first and foremost requirement for a person to become a Muslim is to believe whole-heartedly that Allah SWT exists. Allah SWT, the one and only God. Nevertheless, He cannot be seen by a human or any living creature, for that matter. In simpler words, Allah SWT is invisible. He was, is, and will be invisible for...
This brief booklet on drugs by Shaykh Muhammad Baazmool covers the Islamic rulings on drug abuse, reasons for abuse, it's effects on the mind & health and finally treatment & combating the root cause.
This dynamic social media workbook for Muslim Youth invites its users to critically examine the thoughts, motivations, and intentions behind their online presence. In one place, it aggregates relevant Quranic verses and ahadith to help guide youth in the decisions they make online.
This book will equip all readers with the information, motivation, and techniques necessary in order to begin, continue with, and complete the memorization of the Qur'an, eliminating thereby the common excuses and reasons for not memorizing.
This book, Insha Allah, gives a concise insight into what it means to be steadfast, the kind of sections that necessitate being steadfast and the various ways and means of keeping steadfast in our faith.
When do we teach our children? What do we teach them? How do we teach them? The Messenger of Allaah (N) showed the way of Tarbiyah for Muslims in his life-forming advice to Abdullah ibn Abbas? This book is an insight into the basic Islamic teaching that children
A home is an important means towards building the Muslim community. The society is made up of homes and it is the origin. The home is life and the life is society. If the home is strong and morally sound, it will reflect in the larger society.
ENVY: its causes, its effects and how to deal with it, is the subject of this small but beneficial book. May the one who is afflicted with this disease fine cure in the prescription contained in this book.
This book discusses the place of pride Islaam gives to making lawful earnings and Rizq through hard work and striving. It also looks at the contempt Islaam places on begging and indolence.
The final victory in both matters of the world and Hereafter is only earned by patience and the good end beings only to the patient ones. Our trials in this world are numerous and varied. Sometimes, they come as difficulties and some other times in forms of ease.
How many people have earned the wrath of Allaah as a result of misuse of their tongues? How many injuries that may never heal have been inflicted through the careless slips of the tongue? The Messenger of Allaah (S) said: "Indeed, the servant will speak words that are pleasing to Allaah, due to which he will be given a condition in which Allaah will raise...
Much of the flaws that afflict the individual and the community stem from the singular defect of Anger. Allaah (j) and His Messenger (S) have given us instructions regarding the malady and advised us to keep it in check. This work is an extensive discussion on these instructions. We hope that this concise work will aid the one who is afflicted with this...
One of the duties parents owes their children is to guide them aright by educating them. They are obligated to correct their children's errors and most importantly guide them to live a life that is pleasing to Allaah (Azawajal) by teaching them the means of achieving that.
This book covers an advice given by Ahmad ibn Taymiyah on matters which will set right one's affairs of the deen (religion) and Dunya (world). The framework for this advice is provided by the advice of the Prophet (S) to Mu'aadh ibn Jabal (R).
Loving our Parents is a wonderful collection of stories from the lives of ordinary people on the rewards of treating our parents with honor and respect. It also has detailed and authentic accounts from both the Noble Qur'an and the Prophet's Sunnah on our duties and obligations.
In this book, Abdul Malik Al-Qasim has collected several stories/narrations that demonstrate being dutiful and showing kindness to our parents' needs and necessities, in obedience to Allah's worship in sincerity.
Full color, illustrated, easy to read biography of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (S) written particularly for the younger generation and those embarking on their quest for knowledge. Authored by Abdul Malik Mujahid with his extensive research, vast knowledge of the Seerah and easy to read style.
Some Muslims commit acts which Allah never allowed. Ignorance is not an excuse for doing something wrong or illegal, hence it is important to make an effort to learn what these muharramât or forbidden acts are, in order to avoid ever committing them. Some topics discussed are calling on other than Allah, magic, fortune-telling and astrology.
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.
This set of five books is our all-time best-selling book series and has been used by thousands of parents and teachers worldwide with tremendous feedback and results. This set includes the stories of the following five Prophets: Adam, Nuh, Ibrahim, Musa, and Eesa (may peace be upon them all).
In today's technologically ubiquitous world, our youth are but a click away from evil and corruption. The internet, television and other forms of digital media coverage today, inviting the potential for destruction. In addition to the allure of sinning