English - Sahih International
- A Summary of Islamic JurisprudenceThis is very easy and important book which shows the shar’i rulings and their evidences. This is useful book for any Muslim hopes to abide by Islam as it should be. It contains topics e.g. purification, prayer, zakah, fasting, pilgrimage and Jihad. Afterwards, it begins to show the other rulings e.g. trade transactions, partnership, sharecropping and renting, reclamation of wastelands and possession of allowable objects, inheritance, marriage, divorce, breastfeeding, legal retribution, prescribed punishments, food, oaths and vows, and judiciary. This soft copy was not produced by Islamhouse.com but taken from one of Islamic websites.
Formation : Saleh Bin Fawzaan al-Fawzaan
Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/250010
- The Good EndThe Good End: During his lifetime, man moves from one stage to the another beginning with childhood followed by his youth and ends with senility. During these stages, man encounters times of rest and distress as well as good health and other affairs. The author in this book has presented the causes of a good end i.e. eternal happiness etc.. One should not only remain hoping but he has to seek the means and ways to have a good end. Reading such books will help you to consciously seek to be one of the blessed people whom Allah will grant eternal happiness in Paradise.
Formation : Abdullah ibn Muhammad Al-Mutlaq
Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/76212
- The Ideal MuslimThe 'Ideal Muslim' is now in its second revised edition in English, it has been very well received by our English and Arabic readers. The author has even examined both Eastern and Western thoughts on certain issues and proved that the Islamic Ideal is superior in all cases.
Formation : Muhammad Ali Al-Hashemi
From issues : International Islamic Publishing House
Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/185382
- WHY DO WE PRAY?Why does Man need to Pray?. After a long and hectic day at work, how difficult it is for a tired person to stand on the prayer-mat and concentrate on his prayers to Allah Almighty. Snuggled in a warm and cozy bed, how difficult it is to get up at the call of Mu’adhdhin: “Come to prayer, come to success.” The famous doctor and philosopher Ibn Sina (Avicenna), recalls such a moment in his life. Once cold and icy night, he and his slave were resting in an inn in a remote part of Khurasan. During the night he felt thirsty and shouted out to his slave to get him some water. The salve had no desire to leave his warm bed, so he pretended not to hear Avicenna’s call. But finally after repeated calls he reluctantly got up and went to fetch the water. A little while later, the melodious sound of the Adhan filled the air. Avicenna began to think about the person calling the believers to prayer.
Formation : Suhaib Hasan AbdulGhaffar
Reveiwers : Muhammad AbdulRaoof
From issues : http://www.dar-alsalam.com - Darussalam Publications Website
Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/316351
- The Provision of the Caller to AllahIssues that the caller to Allah must obtain
Formation : Muhammad ibn Saleh al-Othaimeen
Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/51841