100 books on Islam in English is a companion guide for anyone who is interested in reading about the different aspects of Islam. The author, HRH Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad, has created three main lists to help readers find their way to titles that give a true explanation of Islam.
The Dalaʾil al-Khayrāt has been a source of light for the Muslim community ever since its composition in the late 9th/15th century by Imam al-Jazuli, and it is probably the most oft-recited compilation of ṣalwat in the Muslim world.
The Sacred Law's sources are four: the Qur'an, the Sunnah, consensus, and analogy. Certainly, the Qur'an is the most authoritative. In fact, Zarkashi related from al-Qaffal al-Shashi that the Sacred Law is based on just one: the Qur'an
BaFadl wrote al-Muqaddimah al-Hadramiyyah, and its abridgment al-Mukhtasar al-Saghir, for students of knowledge at Qubah Abu Murayyam in Tarim, Yemen. After completing memorization of the Holy Qur’an, the students would generally begin their studies in the subject of fiqh. BaFadl composed these works to simplify and facilitate that endeavor. Teaching and...
This collection of essays brings together leading scholars and practitioners to discuss contemporary issues in the rapidly-expanding sukuk market, and debates the challenges facing it since the 2008 financial crisis and a number of high profile sukuk defaults.
The I Wonder About Islam series give young readers answers to the BIG questions they have about Islam in brilliant little books. Written in a friendly and accessible style for today’s youth, these are essential companions for questioning young minds.
The I Wonder series give young readers answers to the BIG questions they have about Islam in brilliant little books. Written in a friendly and accessible style for today’s youth, these are essential companions for questioning young minds.
Based on valuable material from authentic tafasir in Arabic and Urdu, the book provides a thematic study of Surah Al-Imran. A commendable work, meeting the mindset and intellectual needs of the English-speaking young generation of Muslims in the West.
In this important and timely work ElSayed Amin engages the Qur’an exegetical tradition to critique misreadings of the Qur’an that have been used to establish violence as the relational norm between Muslims and non-Muslims.
Forging a interfaith dialog between traditions that typically stand at odds, his groundbreaking book explores the scriptural and spiritual tenets of Islam and Buddhism in relation to one another, creating a basis for comparison and analysis of the two traditions.
Having true and genuine love for the Messenger of Allah SAW is a divine command, and cultivating this love to the point that he becomes more beloved to one than one’s very self was described by the Prophet e as the hallmark of true faith.
This unique book brings together, for the first time, traditional and new principles required in Qur'anic interpretation. It sets the challenge for present day scholars to take up the mantle of elucidating the Qur'an within our modern context and reinforces to the layman what a bewilderingly wondrous gift it is that Allah has placed in our midst.