This book is a compilation of excerpts from several books addressing Christianity that I had the pleasure of reading before and after I became a Muslim. After becoming a Muslim, I continued to read books about Christianity because the "skin" of Christianity was hard to cast off after 28 years in the religion; years that almost led me to becoming the minister of an African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) church In Great Falls, Montana.
Reveiwers: Ahmed Deedat - Muhammad AbdulRaoof
Publisher: A website Islamic Library www.islamicbook.ws
Many deeds through which a Muslim can earn great rewards
Publisher: Daar Al-Watan
Many people are unaware of what the etiquette of a Muslim on Friday should be and most are unaware of its significance. Most do not consider the Friday Prayer as obligatory, hence they miss it intentionally. Many people in Islamic countries are on holiday on this day, so then spend their time sleeping, or in other activities that cause them to neglect the Friday prayer altogether. They do not realise the significance of the Friday Prayer and its sermon, and they come to the mosque according to their own wishes and desire. Most of them are unaware of what is required from a Muslim before or after the Friday Prayer. It is with these concerns in mind that this book has been written.
Reveiwers: Muhammad AbdulRaoof
A booklet presented by IPC (Islamic Presentation Committee) to show people who is the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). It is divided into five sections: introduction, his life, his moral characteristics and mannerisms, his miracles and conclusion.
Publisher: http://www.ipc-kw.net - Islamic Presentation Committee Website - Kuwait
A comprehensive and scholarly look at the family unit in Islam, from its conception via marriage to rights and roles of the partners that make for a successful team. The learned author also squarely confronts more touching issues such as polygamy, modes of divorce, and social equality.
Author: Hammodah Abd al-Aati
Publisher: http://www.islamweb.net - Islam Web Website
An Excellent Gift to Students of Islamic Sciences Literally translated 'The Fundamental Principles of Qur'aanic Interpretation,' this book refers to the branches of knowledge which are necessary to provide an accurate interpretation of the Qur'anic texts, such as Arabic grammar and syntax, Arabic literature and Qur'anic sciences ('uloom al-Qur'aan). Addressed topics include the Tafseer of the Qur'an, books of tafseer, translations of the Qur'an, Wahy ('divine revelation'), reasons for revelation, the differences between Makkan and Madinan revelations, Naskh, the Muhkam and Mutashaabih, and more.
Author: Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips