A useful booklet shows 1000 acts of Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). It contains different situations i.e. waking up, going to the bathroom, performing ablutions, using sewak, wearing shoes, wearing clothes, going out and coming back home, going to the mosque, athan, iqama, praying at night and post-prayer sunnahs.
Author: Khaled Al Husainan - Khaled Al-Husainan
Publisher: http://www.rasoulallah.net - Website of Rasoulullah (peace be upon him)
This booklet reminds the reader that worldly difficulties are a trial for the believers, while not disregarding the fact that more often afflictions result from one’s sins and disobedience to Allah. It also teaches how appropriate behavior and correct attitude can change an adversity into a worthwhile opportunity to achieve Allah’s Pleasure through Sabr, Shukr, Ihtisaab and Istirja, whereas impatience, panic and complaining can worsen one’s state of affairs. It also explains the futility of invoking the Prophets and the dead to remove hardships, and encourages calling upon Allah Alone to ease one’s affairs.
Author: Shuwana Abdul-Azeez
Reveiwers: Muhammad AbdulRaoof
Publisher: A website Quran and Sunnah : http://www.qsep.com
An informative and detailed guide to new Muslims discussing the main pillars of Islam, Faith, as well as various commandments and prohibitions in Islam.
Author: AbdulRahman Bin Abdulkarim Al-Sheha
Publisher: Islamic Propagation Office in Rabwah
An article explains why the Muslims abide by the prohibition of usury while the Jewish and Christian secularists are calling to to affirm it. A glimpse at some texts from the Quran and the Sunnah which severely warn against the taking of interest. Interest and Usury in the Bible (Judaism and Christianity) and according to early thinkers. An article explains how something so despised such as interest could be justified and even institutionalized as a standard. The various ways in which thinkers in the past have tried to conjure explanations for the existence of interest. The various ways in which interest has harmed society. The devastating ills of interest on an international level. An Islamic solution to the interest model, and how economy can still thrive without interest.
Author: Jamaal Zarabozo
Publisher: A website Islam Religion www.islamreligion.com
The Three Fundamental Principles and the Four Basic Rules of Islam.
Author: Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab
Publisher: Daar Al-Watan
The author said in his introduction: This work comprises a short introduction to the history of the Quran, its recording and its collection. The reader may therefore be puzzled as to why one third of the material in this book tackles the Old Testament (OT) and the New Testament (NT), wondering what significance this has on the Quran’s history. This significance shall, I hope, be made clear as the chapters progress, since I have attempted to present only those details which have a direct bearing on the current subject matter.
Author: Muhammad Mustafa A'zami