Recently a pamphlet has been circulated around Oxford saying that evolution is synonymous with kufr and shirk.
There are few topics that generate as much controversy today in Islam as what is sunna and what is bida or reprehensible innovation.
Many Muslims look into their hearts today and find a spiritual emptiness. Speeches abound, but when the chairs are folded up and people go home, they find their prayers and inner life as dry as ever.
The new edition of the in-depth manual of Islamic law based on the Shafi'i school of thought, with a detailed index and commentary on specific rulings.
This book settles the question of the physical direction of Mecca from North America in the first thirty pages, after which it presents to readers for the first time the 1998 Fatwa of al-Azhar on the North American qibla.
This new edition has been revised and updated with a full complement of notes on a number of contemporary Muslim issues, and three major essays have been appended.
The book opens with narratives of Sufis met by the author in Syria, Jordan, and Turkey whose lives exemplified the knowledge and practice of the Sufi path.
Dala’il al-Khayrat is unquestionably the most celebrated manual of Blessings on the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) in history.