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200 FAQ On Muslims Belief
200 FAQ on Muslims Belief: This is a summarized book which I hope to be of great benefit to the reader. This book includes the basics of religion and principles of Islamic Monotheism. It shows the Straight Path of the True Religion (Islam). It covers what follows Faith, its characteristics and what nullifies or demolishes it. Each statement is supported by clear-cut proofs.
The Characteristics Of Prophet Muhammed (PBUH)
Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) is the best role model for all humankind. Among his outstanding virtues and characteristics, he was an extraordinary husband, a perfect father, and a unique grandfather. He was also a great statesman, judge, and spiritual leader. His most distinctive quality, however, was the fact that he was a blessing to all in both word and deed. He infused justice, love, and dignity in all those around him. He spread the power of brotherhood to the extent that it became exceptional in human history. Affirming that these grand virtues were bestowed on him by Allah the Almighty and that He prepared His loyal messenger to call for the true religion, is part of one's belief. The Qur'an describes the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) as merciful and kind to the believers. Allah the Almighty says, {Now hath come unto you a Messenger from amongst yourselves: it grieves him that ye should perish: ardently anxious is he over you: to the Believers is he most kind and merciful.) (At-Tawbah 9:128)
Allah Exalted Be He And Why Man Was Created
Praise be to Allah, Lord of Alamin (mankind, jinn and all that exists), and peace and blessings be upon Prophet Muhammad the noblest of all messengers, his relatives, all his friends and whoever calls for his message to the Day of Recompense ,Conveying Islamic Message Society has received from some Muslims in the European countries questions asked by the so- called Christian missionaries.
Collection Of Articles (Refuting Shia)
Attributing kufr to a person, shouting, and blustering are the weapon of the weak. Thispage is not dedicated to the weaks but for facts and evidences that deserve a pausefrom you to contemplate through the page and know its goals. We have facts that maybe published for the first time, and we have pictures, documents, audios and videosthat prove our point. This page is for Sunnis who want to learn about Shi'ism and forthose intelligent, open-minded Shia who are seeking the truth away from prejudice....
Explanation Of Important Lessons (For Every Muslim)
Explanation Of Important Lessons: 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.
GOD Arises: Evidence Of God In Nature & Science
This book, the result of 30 years of exhaustive research, attempts to present the basic teachings of religion in the light of modern knowledge and in a manner consistent with modern scientific methods. After a thorough investigation of the subject, the writer has reached the conclusion that religious teachings are, academically, valid and as understandable and intellectually acceptable as any of the theories propounded by men of science. " in the fourteen hundred years of Islamic history, innumerable books on Islam have appeared. Three are just few books calling mankind to God. They are clearly distinguishable from the rest because of the clarity and force with they make their appeal without doubt, this book is one of that kind
How To Approach And Understand The Qur'an
Since many Muslims desire to read the Quran as often as they can, it becomes of vital importance to know what conditions might exist for the reciting or touching of the Quran. This book explains if and when there are times or occasions in which a Muslim is not allowed to recite or touch the Quran due to being in a state of "impurity".
Islamic Way Of Life
The chief characteristic of the Islamic Concept of Life is that it does not admit a conflict, nay, not even a significant separation between life-spiritual and life-mundane. It does not confine itself merely in purifying the spiritual and the moral life of man in the limited sense of the word. Its domain extends to the entire gamut of life. It wants to mould individual life as well as the social order in healthy patterns, so that the Kingdom of God may really be established on the earth and so that peace, contentment and well-being may fill the world as waters fill the oceans. The Islamic Way of Life is based on this unique approach to life and a peculiar concept of man's place in the Universe. That is why it is necessary that before we proceed to discuss the moral, social, political and economic systems of Islam, we should have a clear idea of the Islamic Concept of Life. There are certain basic postulates which should be understood and appreciated at the very outset. These postulates are as follows.
Islam The Misunderstood Religion
The majority of the modern "educated" people are today faced with a religious crisis. Is religion really a fact of life? It might have been one in the past, but does it still remain so in the world of today when science has changed the whole course of life, and when there is no place in it for anything save science and what scientific facts approve of? Does religion represent a genuine need of humanity? Or is it something wholly dependent upon the temperamental constitution of an individual so that one may not believe in it as there is no difference between the two states of belief and unbelief '?
Our Belief Concerning The Sahabah
Allah (SWT) chose for accompanying him and taking knowledge from him a people who are the best of this nation, which is itself the best of all nations. Allah (SWT) honored them by allowing them to ac-company His Prophet (saw). He favored them in this worldly life by giving them the opportunity to see him and hear his hadith directly from his noble mouth.This is the bounty of Allah which He bestows upon whom He wills, and Allah possesses the great-est of bounties. Indeed the Companions conveyed from Allah's Messenger (saw) that which he was sent with from guidance in the most complete and perfect form. They will have the greatest of rewards due to their companionship of Allah's Messenger (saw), their fighting in Jihad along his side, and their noble actions in spreading Islam.'
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) A Blessing For Mankind
Muhammad (PBUH) (Blessings and Peace be upon him) was born in Makkah, Arabia, on Monday, 12 Rabi' Al-Awwal (2 August C.E). His mother, Aminah was the daughter of Wahb bin Abd Al-Manaf of the Zahrah family. His father, Abdullah, was the son of Abd Al-Muttalib. His genealogy has been traced to the noble house of Isma'il, the son of Ibrahim (Abraham) (PBUH) (May Peace be upon him) in about the fortieth descent. Muhammad's father had died before his birth and his mother died when he was about six years old making him an orphan. In accordance with the tradition of noble families of Makkah, he was taken by a foster mother, Halimah, to her village where he lived for a few years. During these years he was taken to Makkah several times to visit his mother. After the death of his mother, he was placed under the custody of his grandfather, Abd Al-Muttalib. When the grandfather died, he was under the care of his uncle, Abu Talib. By this time he used to look after sheep around Makkah and used to accompany his uncle on trade journeys to Syria.
Some Sincere Advice To Every Christian
Most people agree to the fact that Allaah's (God's) Word cannot be contradictory. What He spoke about Himself must be true. He made Himself known as The Creator, The One, The Originator, and The Provider. He is the First, nothing is before Him; The Last, nothing is after Him; The Most High, nothing is above Him; The Most Near, nothing is beyond His reach, and He encompasses everything while He is above heavens, distinct and separate from His creatures. Great in His Majesty and Honor, Most Merciful, Severe in Punishment, All-Knower, Most Compassionate, All-Wise, and All-Just; Most Perfect in all of His Names and Attributes. He does not beget, nor is He begotten. There is no equal to Him, and there is nothing like unto im, and thus He alone deserves to be worshipped. In essence, the religion as revealed1 to nations before us and to mankind up to the Day of Resurrection, calls for the worship of none but God (Allaah). Any Message from the Perfect God is true, and cannot be contradictory. He entrusted many Prophets and/or Messengers since creation began on earth. Starting with Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and ending with Muhammad, peace be upon them all, the essence of religion was and still is: people must submit to their Creator and worship Him as He revealed to their respective Messengers and/or Prophets.

This is the true Message, and Jesus, peace be upon Him, is one of those great Prophets and Messengers who was sent to the Children of Israel, after Moses, confirming the revelation sent down to Moses and the Gospel that he received from Allaah. This same Message was confirmed by Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, believing in the true Gospel that came to Jesus and propagating the final and most comprehensive revelation to mankind, the Qur'aan. The Qur'aan, being Allaah's Word, confirms and attests to the true nature of Jesus, and this is not known by many people. This book will introduce the reader to the Qur'aanic texts related to Jesus, peace be upon him, hoping that the truth regarding the personality of Jesus becomes clear.

Stories Of The Qur'an
Here we are with the book Stories of the Qur'an by AI-Hafiz Isma` il Ibn Katheer Ad- Dimashqi (May Allah rest his soul), taking a tour throughout the stories mentioned in the Glorious Qur' an pertaining to which Allah the Almighty says: {Indeed in their stories, there is a lesson for men of understanding}. (Yusuf, 111) Yes, in order to find admonition, lessons and exemplary models! This book of ours handles the stories that are cited in the Glorious Qur'an, gathered from the book titled, Al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah (The Beginning and the End). The book also covers a number of stories that were not included in Al- Bidayah wan-Nihayah, such as that of Harut and Marut. Also, stories of Allah's Prophets and Messengers (Peace be upon them all) are not included here as they are already detailed in Ibn Katheer's other book Stories of the Prophets.
Teach Yourself Islam: A Comprehensive Course
This is a basic self-study course of Islam. Islam, the last of the messages of Allah (SWT), the Creator, to mankind, is a universal guidance to the human race everywhere, up to the end of times. Islamic teachings are embodied in the Holy Qur'an. The Word of Allah (SWT), revealed to the Seal of Messengers, Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him). The Prophet's teachings and life are considered to be a detailed interpretation and a human model for the message. This book features a comprehensive outline of the knowledge essential for every Muslim. The outlines are essentially translated summaries of the twelve Arabic textbooks. They cover a broad spectrum of Islamic knowledge, grouped in seven units.
  1. Sources: The Holy Qur'an, Hadith (Prophet's tradition), and Science of sources.
  2. Faith: Principles of faith (Tawhid) and Comparative religion.
  3. Worship: Purification, Prayer, Zakah (Alms), Fasting and Hajj (Pilfrimage).
  4. Conduct: Morals and Manners.
  5. Family: Marriage and Inheritance.
  6. Economy: Wealth, Trade and Business.
  7. The Nation: The State. Penalties, and Jihad.
Testimonies Of Jewish Converts To Islam
Thousands of Jews convert to Islam, from Rabbis to reform Jews, as well as Jews for Jesus, each after research, study and comparison, discover the Truth and Beauty of Islam and how Islam completes our lives, fills our spirits, and brings us closer to God and on the path of Righteousness. Included here are the testimonies of a few of our fellow Jewish brothers and sisters who have accepted Islam as their religion, Allah as their God, and Muhammad as the final Prophet, ameen.
The Biography Of The Prophet And The Orientalists Volume 1-A
The Biography Of The Prophet And The Orientalists: A monumental work discussing the Makkan period of the Prophet's life, and a refutation of Orientalist attacks.

Volume 1A -------- Volume 1B

The Choice Islam And Christianity
The Choice - Islam and Christianity: Two Volumes, By Ahmed Deedat, An excellent book discussing Islam and Christianity in the light of the Holy Qur'an and the Sunnah.

Volume1 -------- Volume2

The Evil Of Craving For Wealth And Status
This book is the first English translation of the book Sharh Hadeeth Maa Dhi'baan Jaa'i'aan… written by the great scholar Ibn Rajab al-Hanbalee in explanation of the saying of the Prophet: (Sallallaahu 'Alayhi wa Sallam). "Two hungry wolves let loose among sheep are not more harmful than a person's craving after wealth and status is to his Deen." The author warns us about the dangers of expending our energies in chasing after the transitory things of this world at the expense of the rewards of the Hereafter. It shows the correct perspective that a believer should have of this world in comparison to the Hereafter, which is especially important in this age when the people's visions have become so blurred and their priorities mixed up.
The History Of Muhammad (PBUH) The Prophet And Messenger
To approach the stories of kings and potentates, as well as the movements and vicissitudes of tribes, nations, and masses from a proper historical perspective seems to be an unattainable objective. Something is needed more than human intelligence, empirical method, and rigid scientific criteria: and the only possible source for undefiled knowledge is through religious revelations. The History of Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) is an attempt in this regard. It gives a short account of the life of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) based on the Qur'an and authentic and reliable sources in a simple and easy language.
The Islamic Concept And Its Characteristics
For a number of reasons there is a pressing need to define and elaborate the Islamic paradigm of thought, that is, to explain for a modern audience the Islamic concept. The Muslim needs this definition because it provides him with a comprehensive explanation of all that exists, on the basis of which he relates to the world. This explanation brings him closer to an under standing of the great realities that confront him, and of the nature of the relationships and connections that exist among these realities, namely, the reality of the Creator and the reality of the created (the latter including the universe, life, and man), and their mutual relation ships and interconnections. The definition of the Islamic concept is also necessary for the Muslim so that he may understand the central position that man occupies in this universe and the ultimate purpose for which he is created. This knowledge in turn defines the role of man in the universe, the parameters and perimeters of the field of his activities, and the limits of his relationship with his Creator.
The Islamic Ruling On Music And Singing
The legality of music and singing in the Islamic shari'ah (the divinely-revealed law) is an issue which is hotly debated among individuals and scholars in Islamic societies of our present day. Arriving at the correct view requires unbiased, scholarly research of the available literature which must be supported by authentic, decisive proof. A considerable amount has been said and written both for and against this subject, and the proliferation of doubt and confusion necessitates another more critical, meticulous analysis and assessment of this whole matter, in order for one to come to a clear, decisive conclusion which leaves not the least bit of doubt in the mind of the reader. In hope of acheiving such a difficult and lofty goal, I have applied a distinctive method which I trust, by Allah's leave, will succeed in achieving these treasured aims and objectives.
The Islamic View Of Jesus
Jesus the Miracle Baby, The Prophet of Allah his Second Coming are amongst many of the issues discussed in this book. As well as prophethood and apostleship, Jesus was honoured with many other great qualities and characteristics. The Quran says, with reference to his honour : 'Remember when the angels said, 'Allah is giving you the glad tidings of a word from Him, who's name shall be Masih, I`sa (Jesus) alayhis salaam, Son of Maryam (Mary), honoured in this world and in the Hereafter and from the rank of those close to Him.' TMQ 3/45. Imam Ibn Kathir adds, 'Jesus' rank was extremely high in this world and also in the hereafter. Jesus was given the Injil (Gospels) and the power to cure the leper and the blind and to bring back to life those who had already died, he was also helped by the angel Gabriel on many occasions.' All this was part of worldly honour. He was also endowed with great wisdom and knowledge, as the Quran says: 'And Allah will teach him the book and wisdom and Torah and Injeel (Gospels).' 3/48. 'Then Allah says, 'O Jesus, the Son of Maryam (Mary)! Recount my favour upon you and your mother, when I strengthened you with the angel Gabriel so that you speak to people in childhood and maturity and when I taught you the book and wisdom and Torah and Injeel.' 5/110. Imam Ibn Kathir(d.774/1352) has said, in explanation of this verse that I'sa (Jesus) was given the talent of writing and that Al Kitab in this verse actually means Al Kitabah, which refers to writing ,as it is a noun in the meaning of its verb, and this would signify that Jesus was not unlettered.
The Kabaah: From The Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) Till Now
It is a grand host to guests from the four corners of the world. It stood resolute against those who sought to destroy it. It warmly received those who honored it, and it salutes those who visit it today. Physically, it is the most central point of the earth; spiritually, it represents the Muslims as a united body, with the Almighty Foremost in our minds. It bears testimony to the Prophets' call to absolute monotheism, and binds nations and tribes invincibly; its resilience has stood the test of time. This is the Ka'bah - Allah's Sacred House.
The Life Of Isa Jesus (PBUH) In Light Of Islam
The Life of Isa (Jesus) -peace be upon him- in Light of Islam: The life of the Prophet Isa ( Jesus ) alayhe salam has been a topical issue of late in the media as well as in popular culture. There is a new awareness and heightened curiosity worldwide regarding the amazing life and miracles of Isa alayhe salam. His personality has impacted the three major religions of this world, namely Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Given the importance of his time on earth, it is critical for mankind to fully understand his pivotal role in shaping history as well as the final days.
The Message Of Islam
The Message Of Islam: Islam is the religion which agrees with the natural disposition of man. It urges Muslims and calls them to ask about things that are incomprehensible to them, through the consultation of competent and knowledgeable authorities. In Islam there are no obscure or mysterious things; it allows us to ask about everything. By nature, humans have many questions in their minds that require logical and clear answers, and the Qur'an provides such answers.
The Nature Of Fasting
This is a translation one of the smaller publications from the words of Shaykh Al-Islam Taqiuddin Ahmad bin 'Abdul-Halim Ibn Taymiyyah. It has been published in this form a variety of times with a number of minor additions to the text under the title, "Haqiqatus- Siyam," or "The Nature of Fasting." This book will help the reader better understand the fine points about fasting. What is the nature of the things that break the fast? What are the rules by which one can know the difference between what breaks the fast and what does not? These question are more answered by Shaykh Al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah in his discussion of the Nature of Fasting.
The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) From A To Z
The following is based on books, manuscripts, texts and actual eyewitness accounts, too numerous to mention herein, preserved in original form throughout the centuries by both Muslims and non-Muslims. Many people today are discussing Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Who was he (PBUH) exactly? What did he (PBUH) teach? Why was he (PBUH) loved so much by some and hated so much by others? Did he (PBUH) live up to his claims? Was he (PBUH) a holy man? Was he (PBUH) a prophet of God? What is the truth about this man (PBUH) ?
The Resurrection
The Resurrection: A description of Death, the Life of the Grave, and the Day of Judgment.
The Unseen
The Unseen is anything that is kept hidden from us, for the seen is no longer unknown! This means that what the eyes behold is not considered unseen, but it simply has to be away from our perception. Thus, that which is witnessed does not fall under the hidden or the unknown. If man were to examine his life he would discern that his knowledge is but trivial and what is kept beyond it is far greater. To us the seen merely constitutes our lives, which is a very limited sphere, even when added to it the events we see on television or in other media transmitted to us from lands afar. All what we gain through them, in spite of their multiplicity, is a mere fraction compared to what happens in the entire universe. We could be present in the same place yet in separate rooms, unaware of what is going on in the one next to us. We could be sitting face to face conversing with some people, yet have no clue as to what truly revolves in their minds and hearts. Therefore, we perceive that in our daily lives the least of all is visible and certainly far beyond great is kept unknown to us. Allah, all praise and glory be to Him, says in His Noble Book, (what means): “And of knowledge, you (mankind) have been given only a little.” (Al-Isrâ', 17: 85)
What Every Muslim Must Know About Purification
What Every Muslim Must Know About Purification: A nice book covering many aspects of wudoo, ghusl, tayammum, and wiping over socks and bandages. Purity (Tahârah) is a beautiful word that is pleasing to the ears, and it is a quality which everyone strives to maintain. From an Islamic perspective, purity is a word which is general in its meaning. It may mean physical cleanness, which is purity (of the body) from impure substances or states of impurity, or it may mean spiritual purity, which is the purity of one's self from vices, faults, sins, and replacing them with good deeds, whether in speech or deeds. This comprehensive meaning of purity is indicated in the words of Prophet Muhammad, (PBUH).
What Must Be Known About Islam
What Must Be Known About Islam: This beautiful book goes over the fundamental five pillars of Islam in detail followed by the Tafsir of certain chapters of the Noble Quran and a discussion about marriage.

In The Shade Of The Qur'an
Fi Dhilal Al Qur'an
Sayyid Qutb (15 Volumes)



  1. Appendix
  2. Volume 1 Surah 1 and 2
  3. Volume 2 Surah 3
  4. Volume 3 Surah 4
  5. Volume 4 Surah 5
  6. Volume 5 Surah 6
  7. Volume 6 Surah 7
  8. Volume 7 Surah 8
  9. Volume 8 Surah 9
  10. Volume 9 Surah 10 and 11
  11. Volume 10 Surah 12 - 15
  12. Volume 11 Surah 16 - 20
  13. Volume 12 Surah 21 - 25
  14. Volume 13 Surah 26 - 32
  15. Volume 14 Surah 33 - 39
  16. Volume 18 Surah 78 - 114