Author: Imaam Maalik Ibn Anas
Hardback: 533 Pages (2 Vol)
This is the complete translation of Al-Muwattaa of Imam Malik ibn Anas, the great jurist of Madina and founder of the Maliki school of Islamic Law (May Allah have mercy on him). This book has been printed in Pakistan and the text is not as crisp as normal books but it is easily readable.
Al-Muwata is a complete record of the legal and social parameters of the original Muslim community in Al-Madina. Imam Malik composed the 'Muwatta' over a period of forty years to represent the "well-trodden path" of the people of Madinah. Its name also means that it is the book that is "many times agreed upon"- about whose contents the people of Madinah were unanimously agreed. Its high standing is such that people of every school of fiqh and all of the imams of hadith scholarship agree upon its authenticity. Imam Shafi'i famously said, "There is not on the face of the earth a book - after the Book of Allah - which is more authentic than the book of Malik."
Author: Hafiz Shaukat Hareeri
Hardback: 237 Pages
This is a beautiful comprehensive book about Islamic names. It is a must have for every future and present parent to learn the correct injunctions about the new born and selecting the best name for him or her.It starts with teachings and injunctions about new born followed by rules and principles about giving a good name in the second chapter. Chapter 3 contains Allah's most beautiful Names with the description and reference to where the name is found in Quran/Sunnah.
Chapter 4 contains names of the Prophet, his wives, children and other companions. Chapter 5 contains Quranic names followed by general Islamic names in the final chapter.
An Arabic-English and English-Arabic dictionary of common Islamic terms.
Pocketsize: 388 Pages
Published: January 2000
This book is a must for every Imam and anyone who expects to give Friday sermons in the English speaking world. The sermons contained in this book are collected from the sermons of Prophet Muhammad (salallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) himself, his companions and various prominent scholars. The sermons are both educational and hearth moving, therefore fulfilling the goal of the Friday sermon. Every Muslim who attends the Friday congregational prayer wants to have his faith increased with inspirational and encouraging exhortations, and at the same time be sure that the information that he is receiving is Islamically correct. Thus, we present this collection of sermons in hopes that it will assist the reader in delivering quality religious speeches, thereby fulfilling the obligation of the Friday sermon in the best manner. May Allah grant us success.
Author: Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal
Hardback: 3 Vol. (1841 pages)
Hadith Collection arranged according to the names of Sahabah
it is said by some that Ibn Hanbal made a comment in regards to his book which read as follows: "There is not a hadith that I have included in this book except that it was used as evidence by some of the scholars.
Al-Marwadhi Said “I said to Ahmed ‘how are you this morning?’
He said ‘How would anyone be whose Lord is demanding that he carries out the obligatory duties, and his prophet is demanding that he follow the sunnah, and the two angels are demanding that he mend his ways, and his nafs (Inner Self) is demanding the he follow its whims and desires, and ibless (Shaytan) is demanding that he commit immoral actions, and the angel of death is watching and waiting to take his soul, and his dependants are demanding that he spend on their maintenance’
A monumental Hadeeth collection by the shaikh ul Islam Ahmed ibn Hanbal, a must have for every library of every student of knowledge, the first 3 volumes in the many volume Musnad Imam Ahmed now in the English language.
the collection starts with the Biography of the noble shaikh and following chapters in the first volume.
1. Musnad Abu Bakr Siddeeq
2. Musnad Umar bin Al-Khattab
3. The Hadith of as-Saqeefah
4. Musnad Uthman Ibn Affan
5. Musnad Ali ibn Abi Talib
The Second Volumes Covers the musnad of about 20 Sahaba
The Third Volume covers:
Continuation of Musnad of Abdullah bin al-'Abbas
Musnad of Abdullah bin Mas'ood
Imam Ahmad Abn Hambal -
He is Abu 'Abdullah, Abmad bin Muhammad bin Hanbal Ash-Shaibani, known by the name Ibn Hanbal. He was a celebrated theologian, jurist and a Hadeeth scholar. He is also one of the four Fiqh Imam. Imaam Ahmad was born at Baghdad in Rabi'-ul-Awwal, 164 H. He studied the Hadeeth and Fiqh together with other Islamic disciplines in Baghdad, then travelled to AshSham and Hijaz for further studies. He was persecuted during the rule of Al-Ma'mun bin Harun Ar-Rashid for refusing to acknowledge the Bid'aa (innovation) of claiming that the Qur'aan was the creation of Allaah * introduced by the Mu' tazila.
He however, stood firm against all the trials and saved the Sunnah from the innovation of the Mu 'tazila thoughts. He was the mostly persecuted and most firm one amongst all the Imam. He is most famous for collecting the Hadeeth of the Prophet compiled in the Musnad Ahmad bin Hanbal, which contain 28 to 29 thousand Hadeeth. It was said that Ibn Hanbal memorized one million Hadeeth. Ibn Hanbal died in Baghdad on Friday, 12 Rabi '-ul-Awwal 241 H. * The Creed of the Ahlus-Sunnahh is that the Qur'aan is the Kalaam or Word of Allaah
Imam An-Nawawi narrated in Tahdheebul-Asma Wal-Lughat, as did Imam Adh-Dhahabi in Siyar A’lamun-Nubala’, from Qutaibah bin Saeed that he said: “When Ath-Thawri died, piety died; when ash-shafi’I died, proper adherence to the sunnah died; when ahmed died, innovation (Bidah) emerged.”
Hardback: 450 Pages
Pocketsize: 62 Pages
This is a book of daily invocations in Arabic, translated and transliterated to help the non Arabs to memorize them easily.