This is a useful book talks about how a fasting Muslim should spend his day in Ramadan. This is regarding deeds by which he abides during his day. No doubt he should be eager to instill the good morals into himself while performing this great rite. He should not forget to ask Allah when he breaks his fasting, for Allah promised that he answers the fasting Muslim’s invocation when he breaks his fast. He should remember that it is highly recommended to perform Qiyam (supererogatory prayers at night) to get his sins forgiven.
Publisher: http://www.rasoulallah.net - Website of Rasoulullah (peace be upon him)
A comprehensive explanation and commentary of the first 24 hadith of Imam al-Nawawi's classic compilation, Riyadh al-Saliheen.
Author: Abu Zakaria Al-Nawawi
The Muslims in general believe that the Qur'an has been preserved intact and pure by Allah Himself. But what is often forgotten by many is that this preservation necessarily includes the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (S), the practical example of the implementation of the Qur'an. Hadith is Sunnah in record. How the immense wealth of Hadith literature has been left to us by the Muhaddiths (scholars of Hadith) is an extremely wide, complex study. We publish this short treatise on "the science of Hadith" by the learned Suhaib Hasan with English readers in mind. It is part of our scheme to introduce various aspects of Islam to English readers. May Allah accept it as a good work.
Author: Suhaib Hasan AbdulGhaffar
Questions atheists usually ask about Allah might vary but, they're predictable. Consider these: 1. Is there evidence God Exists? 2. How can we prove there is a God? 3. Where is God? 4. What is the origin of God? Where did He come from? and more.
Author: Yusuf Estes
The permissible and prohibited types of waseelah
Author: Naasir Bin Abdulkarim al-Aql
Publisher: Daar Al-Watan
The author refers to the Quranic verses and Ahadith by interpreting them in a very simple and comprehensible style, and also brings to light the true status of all the unlawful customs and rituals which are commonly practiced in the society and are detrimental to the faith of Tauhid. Tauhid (Oneness of Allah) is the basis of the Islamic religion.
Author: Shah Ismail Shaheed
Publisher: http://www.dar-alsalam.com - Darussalam Publications Website