This section contains full color easy to ready booklets for kids on the biographies of the Sahabah - the beloved companions of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon them).
This colorful book is a collection of 10 stories of prominent female companions of Prophet (S) who struggled & supported the Prophet to propagate Islam through their sincerity to Allah and sacrifice of their lives and properties only for the sake of Allah.
This book depicts the stories of 10 blessed companions of Prophet Muhammad (S) who were promised paradise by Allah while they were still in this world. Our children must know about the life of these great companions to learn lessons and to strengthen their Iman.
From the worship of fire in Persia, to Christianity in Syria, to the guiding light of Islam in the desert of Arabia; such was the journey of Salman Al-Farisi (R) as he set out in search of the truth.
Struggle for Equality is a story of Abu Dhar Al-Gifari (R) who was a very special man, even amongst his companions. The story of his acceptance of Islam and his struggles for the cause of Islam are unforgettably unique.
His close accompanying of the Prophet and memorization of the his sayings and actions eventually led to his attainment of great scholarship. In this book you will read the amazing saga of Abdullah bin `Umar's life amongst Allah's chosen party of believers.
Amr bin AI-`Aas (R) was one of the greatest enemies of Islam before his conversion and he used all of his resources and skills to thwart the efforts of Muhammad (S). However, being an intelligent man, it was only a matter of time before he realized├»┬┐┬
Abu Bakr (R) was the only person, other than the Prophet's own wife, who accepted Islam immediately and believed in Muhammad (S) from the first movement. He always remained at the Prophet's side and had no reservations about spending his wealth for the s
Ali bin Abi Talib (R) was one of the early people who believed in the religion of Islam while still a boy. He lived in the Prophet's house and imitated him in all he did, led a humble life till the last moment of his life.
He was one of amongst who accept Islam in its early days in Makkah. He took part in the migrations to Ethiopia and Al-Madinah, for the sake of preserving his faith. He fought in all the major battles of Islam and spent most of his life as a soldier fighting for the cause of Islam.
One of the earliest converts to Islam and supporters of Prophet Muhammad (S) was his cousin Az-Zubair bin Al-`Awwam (R) He accepted Islam when he was only fifteen years old. He grew up to be a great hero and warrior for the cause of the Muslims.
After accepting Islam, Khabbab bin Al-Aratt (R) was one of the oppressed believers who had no hope of protection or safety except for their strong belief in Allah's salvation. Khabbab (R) rose from the degrading life of slavery to become a teacher of Allah’s revelation and a warrior in His cause.
Umar bin Khattab (R) is one of the great Companions of the Prophet (S) and second Caliph of Islam. He was so firm in his practice of Islam that he usually could sense what was right or wrong before the Prophet (S) had informed others of it.
Uthman bin Affan (R) was one of the early men who accepted Islam in Makkah. From the first moment he became a Muslim, he put all his wealth under the service of Islam. He spent most of his resources to satisfy the needs of poor Muslims.
A few, people stand in the face of tyranny with endurance when they believe in the true and eternal message of Islam. This book sheds light on the life and struggle of the greatest example of endurance. Bilal bin Rabah (R) whom Islam changed from a weak slave to a great hero.
Jabir bin Abdullah (R) embraced Islam when he was a young boy. He loved the Prophet dearly and kept close to him. He sacrificed his happiness for the welfare of his seven sisters.
Khalid bin Al-Waleed (R) was the hero of Islam who led many battles and never lost a single one! He conquered the apostates, especially Musailamah Al-Kadhab (the Liar) and restored order and peace to the Arabian Peninsula.
Sa'd bin `Abi Waqqas (R) is one of the most outstanding heroes of Islamic history. His valor and skill in battle, combined with his religious devotion led to him being referred to as The Lion in the Deen (religion).
He was a man of dignity, honor, wisdom and courage. He was among the bitter enemies of Islam, but when he accepted Islam, he devoted himself to defend it. He supported Islam with his wealth, bravery, wisdom and all his Might so much so that up till today?
Being one of the early converts to Islam in Makkah, his life story is filled with adventures and struggles for the sake of Islam. When he tried to migrate to Al-Madinah, the pagans forced him to leave behind all his wealth and property in order to save?
When he embraced Islam he was a promising shield that provided protection to so many weak and oppressed families. He was given the glad tidings that he would be one of the martyrs and the Prophet's neighbor in Paradise.
An enlightening series of real life stories of the greatest heroes of Islam, Prophet Muhammad's (S) companions. The reader will learn how ordinary people heard and came to accept the message of Islam.
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.