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A Comparison between Veiling and Unveiling
Paperback: 47 Pages (booklet)
Published: Jan. 1995

The author has proved with references from the Qur'an and Sunnah of veiling of women in Islam. Unveiling is against the traditions (Sunnah) and the teachings of the Qur'an.

$2.99 (£1.94)
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.

$3.99 (£2.59)
The Ruling on Looking at the One Proposed to for Marriage

Author: Sameer az-Zuhayree
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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Educating the Women & Nurturing Them
Author: Shaykh Muhammad Taqiyud-Deen al-Hilaalee
Paperback: 42 Pages
Published: May, 2009
“Verily your prevention of woman from learning and restricting her to just learning how to read the letters of the Holy Qur’ân without comprehending its meaning is indeed far away from the propriety. It is un-Islâmic, irrational, and far away from the pure knowledge, though you have deemed that Islâm agrees with that and believed in it solely to the point that you have stated a flimsy weak hadeeth to prove your ideology, when this hadeeth has no manifestation in it according to the scholars of hadeeth. And this is with regard to its chain of narration.”
$4.99 (£3.24)
Eleven Women and Their Husbands (An Explanation of the Hadeeth of Umm Zar'a)
Author: Muhammad Ibn 'Abdul-Kareem Al-Qazweenee 
Paperback: 32 Pages
Published: September 2006
This booklet is an explanation of the Hadeeth of Umm Zar’a, as narrated by Aa’isha. It is about a group of eleven women who got together and made a promise to each other that they would not conceal anything about their husbands. Each in turn talks about their husbands and the author gives a detailed explanation of each account. The Hadeeth of Umm Zar’a has been explained by a number of scholars and linguists from both the early and later generation.
$4.99 (£3.24)
Islamic Dress Code for Women

Paperback: 64 Pages
Published: July 2004

In our world of chaos and confusion concerning the unending problems of sexual abuses and perversion, most of mankind has all but given up hope on how to come to terms with this intractable of all problems. If we don't come up with a solution to dace this dilemma, the disaster that accompanies these crimes will be upon us as a whole. We will pay, our children will pay, and our children's children will pay. This is certain. Thankfully, we have the Divine guidance on how to avoid these problems from the begginning by following the laws ser out for us by the One who knows His creation.

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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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The Role of the Woman in Rectifying the Society

Author: Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Saalih al-'Uthaymeen
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.

$4.99 (£3.24)
Enter into Islam Completely 3, Islaamic Perspective of Contraception & Abortion

Author: Muhammad al-Jibaly
Paperback: 46 Pages
Published: 2000

This book is part four of the "Enter into Islam... Completely" series and deals with the authentic Sunnah performing acts of worship during menses. This series deals with various issues that are of importance for Muslims, but are underplayed or even slighted by many. When one of these issues is brought up, you often hear the objection, "This is merely an issue of peel! Let us only deal with the important issues of the core!" Classifying the teachings of Islaam into "core" and "peel" is a bid'ah that affects the hearts of the common people in a most detrimental way, and leads them to belittling many of the acts of worship and traits of the Islaamic character, thereby approving wrong acts and rejecting good ones based on a crooked scale that they have developed.

$5.99 (£3.89)
Guidelines for Raising Children

Author: Mahmoud Murad
55 Pages
Published:  2001

$5.99 (£3.89)
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