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Questions & Answers on the Mothers of the Believers

Hardback: 111 Pages
Published: June 1997

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Rulings Pertaining to Muslim Women

Author: Shaykh Saalih Ibn Fawzaan al-Fawzaan
Hardback: 149 Pages
Published: Second Ed. 2002

Before you, O reader, may Allaah guide you to His pleasure, is a compilation of the Creed and Methodology of the great Imaam and Scholar of the Prophetic Traditions and the Religion, Al-Bukhaaree, may Allaah have Mercy upon him. Imaam Al-Bukhaaree is the author of the famous work of Hadeeth (Prophetic Tradition) known as 'Saheeh Al-Bukhaaree'. This work is considered by the scholars of Orthodox Islaam to be the most authentic book after the Qur'aan.

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Seeds of Righteousness

Paperback: 72 Pages
Published:  Dec. 1999

Tools for Muslim Women to Spread Islam

In this book, we collected nearly two hundred Seeds of Righteousness, green and fruitful, for Muslim women to sow and reap. These seeds were sown by Muslim sisters who took care of them until they grew to produce various fruits and benefits. These are also good examples of da'wah to Allah that should be practiced by Muslim women, who strive hard to acquire safety on their path to the Hereafter. This is a call to the Muslim sister who has not planted a Seed of Righteousness yet. Use the Seeds of Righteousness offered to you in this book, might and that Allah accept your good deeds from you.

appen in the mind and conduct of the readers as their study progresses. We hope that this selection of Ahadith will initiate the readers to follow Islamic teachings throughout their life.

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Sincere Advice & Guidance to the Muslim Women

Author: Allaamah Shaikh Ahmad Ibn Yahya An-Najmi 
Paperback: 113 Pages
Published: 2011

 

Allâh the Almighty wants you to be bashful, while the Shaitân and his party want you to be licentious and evil, Allâh wants you to preserve your honor in your house, and to be a sincere partner to your husband, and to be an advising leader of the house and a skillful nurturer of the children and a trustworthy treasurer in the house of your husband; so that you will be honored and respected by your husband, your family and your relatives, and become a righteous individual in your society, but Shaitân and his party want you to be evil and wicked, they want you to seduce men and intermingle with them in offices, hotels, coffee cafes and workplaces, they want you to run after them in order to fulfill their desire, and the more you intermingle with men the worse your situation will get, until when you will become like a carcass bitten off by dogs whenever they want, or like prey that is surrounded by a bunch of wolves in a secluded area, what do you think the wolves will do to this prey!? 

 

Allaamah Shaikh Ahmad Ibn Yahya An-Najmi d.1429A.D 

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Supporting the Rights of Believing Women

Author:  Umm Salamah as-Salafiyyah
Paperback: 208 Pages
Published: 2005


Verily in the author are gathered some praiseworthy traits: these include abstaining from worldly pleasures, exemplary character, spreading beneficial knowledge, and not wasting her time. She spends her time by herself in the women’s library, substitute teaching for Umm ‘Abdillaah Al-Waadi’iyyah when she is absent, and effective lecturing. Verily, the Islaamic community is in great need of righteous women who can care for their Muslim sisters so that the corrupted and corrupting callers do not lead them astray. The wives of the Prophet (صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَ سَلَّمَ) as well as the female companions played a major role in spreading the prophetic traditions. In conclusion, I advise the author and her sisters to make a great effort in spreading beneficial knowledge from the Noble Qur’aan, the prophetic traditions, and the ‘Arabic Language, to become knowledgeable in Allaah’s religion, to place an importance on spreading that knowledge by writing and inviting to Allaah and teaching the ignorant women. If Allaah guides one woman by your hand, it is better for you then a red camel. May Allaah firmly establish us all on what he loves and pleases Him.
 

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The Concise Manual of Marriage

Author: Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen
Paperback: 100 Pages
Published: March, 2005

A short yet concise manual on the legal rulings of marriage authored by one of the beacons of light in his time, Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen, with comments from some of the Scholars of Islaam, past and present.

The Definition of Marriage: After providing the linguistic meaning of marriage, Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen stated that the technical, religious meaning and purpose of marriage is: "The conclusion of a contract of marriage between a man and a women, with each of the two desiring to enjoy and take pleasure in one another, to establish a righteous family, and to create a safe and sound society.

From the Wisdom of Marriage:

1) Preservation and protection of both mates. The Prophet (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said: “O party of young men! Whoever among you has the ability to get married, then let him marry for surely it will be a means of lowering the gaze and protecting the private parts.”
2) Protection of the society from evil and the disintegration of [good] character, for without marriage, vices or despicable acts would spread amongst men and women.
3) The fulfillment of pleasure of one mate with the other, concerning what is mandated for him of rights and sexual intercourse. Since the man is responsible for the woman, he takes care of the maintenance of food, drink, housing and clothing with what is beneficial. The Prophet (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said: “Upon you is their provisions and clothing from what is beneficial.” And the woman is also responsible for establishing for the man, that which is required of her in the home of supervision and correction. The Prophet (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said: “The woman is a shepherd in her home and she will be questioned concerning her flock.”
4) Perfection of relations between families and tribes. For how many times do we see two distant families that do not know each other?"

The new edition includes a second appendix containing advice for the newlyweds.

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The Numerous Mistakes Regarding the Hajj of The Improperly Covered Muslim Woman

 

Author: Muhammad Ibn Abdullah Al-Imaam
Hardback: 148 Pages
Published: 2012
 
 
Muslim sister you must come to understand that everything that has been mentioned regarding the dangers of at-Tabarruj (the outward display of a woman’s beautification), in addition to the evidences concerning the obligation of adhering to the legislated veil and head covering coupled with its benefits and conditions, all of this commonly applies during pilgrimage season or out of the pilgrimage season. Indeed, trials result when a woman displays her outer beauty during pilgrimage or in any other place. And the necessity urgently requires repentance, rectification, virtue, and chastity. The basis within the divine legislation is generally applied to every place and time, and to every situation and outcome. The situation, location or time is not excluded from this magnificent principle unless there is legislated evidence that indicates otherwise. The issue surrounding the obligation of the legislated veil and head covering is from one of the established issues (of the religion) as you are aware of. That is because it is from the greatest of those categories concerning manners, chastity, and modesty. And the issue surrounding at-Tabarruj (the outward display of a woman’s beautification such as the hair, face, bosom, legs, behind, etc.) is from one of the many established issues in regards to its prohibition. That is because it leads to corruption and immorality within the Ummah (Islâmic nation) regardless of time frame, location, or situation.
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The Rights and Duties of Women in Islaam

Author: Shaykh Abdul-Ghaffar Hasan
Paperback: 32 Pages
Published: 1990's

A short book on the rights and duties of Muslim women.
 

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The Role of the Woman in Rectifying the Society

Author: Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen
Hardback:
48 Pages
Published: 2005

Indeed the role of the woman in rectifying society is a role of great importance and that is because rectification of society will occur in two ways: The first way - the external rectification: It is that which will take place in the market places, the masaajid and in other places which are outside of the home. For the most part, this rectification occurs by way of the men because they are the ones who deal with the outside affairs. As for the second way, then it is the rectification of society which occurs within the home: It is that which takes place inside the homes and for the most part, it is those duties in which the women are entrusted with within the household.
 

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The Ruling on Looking at the One Proposed to for Marriage

Author: Sameer az-Zuhayree
Paperback:
35 Pages
Published:  December, 1998

Some Muslims today are not willing to allow the one who is proposing to look at the one he is proposing to, from amongst their daughters. Either because it is a habit which they have inherited from their fathers, or it is for some pretense for being cautious or safe. We find them at the same time allowing their daughters to beautify and expose themselves in front of chauffeurs, servants and in front of people who are not mahram for them, from amongst their children, uncles and relatives. Due to these reasons I have written this book to clarify this issue and what is related to it from the legislative rulings.

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