Read Excerpts From Selected Classical Books

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Below is a list of articles with the most recent ones listed first.
Book of Sales in trading and deferred sales - Imam Ash-ShaybaniTopic: Classical - Excerpts
"The Muwatta of Muhammad" by Imam Muhammad ibn al-Hasan ash-Shaybani, the Hanafi (Hanfi) Imam, a close student of Imam Abu Hanifa and a companion of Imam Abu Yusuf
Published: Friday 20 August, 2004
Two Kinds of IntelligenceTopic: Classical - Excerpts
From This Longing Poetry, Teaching Stories, and Selected Letters of Rumi. Mathnawi IV:1960-1968
Published: Wednesday 14 July, 2004
The Mysterion Discourses of Jalâluddîn RumiTopic: Classical - Excerpts
Excerpt from: Signs of the Unseen Discourses of Jalâluddîn Rumi's Fihi ma Fihi .Translated by W.M. Thackston, Jr.
Published: Saturday 10 July, 2004
Sa'id ibn al-Musayyab, 'Umar ibn 'Abdu'l-'Aziz Sa'id ibn al-MusaTopic: Classical - Excerpts
From : The Men of Medina - Volume II Muhammad ibn Sa'd, Translated by Aisha Bewley, Published by Taha Publishers
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Chapter One Al-Ghazali on the Manners Relating to EatingTopic: Classical - Excerpts
Al-Ghazali on the Manners Relating to Eating Book XI of the Revival of the Religious Sciences (Ihya’ ‘Ulum al-Din) Translated by: DENYS JOHNSON-DAVIES What is Necessary for the Person Eating Alone Being three Sections: Before the Food is Served; When One is Eating; When the Meal is Over.On the ma...
Published: Saturday 12 June, 2004
Aim of The Book: Al-Ghazali on the Ninety-nine Beautiful Names oTopic: Classical - Excerpts
Now, a brother in God—great and glorious—to answer whom is a religious duty, has asked me to elucidate the meanings of the most beautiful names of God. His questions were incessant, and made me take one step forward and another backward, hesitating between heeding his inquiry and so satisfying the d...
Published: Friday 11 June, 2004
Sincerity (ikhlas) and having a conscious intention in all actioTopic: Classical - Excerpts
From: Bustan al-'Arifin The Garden of the Gnostics   Abu Zakariyya Muhy'd-din ibn Sharaf an-Nawawi Translated by Aisha Bewley Allah says, "They were only ordered to worship Allah, making their din sincerely His as people of pure natural pure belief (hunafa'),1 and to establish the prayer and pay z...
Published: Monday 07 June, 2004
Sayings of Al-Hasan Al-BasreeTopic: Classical - Excerpts
Excerpted from :The Men of Madina - Volume 1 Muhammad Ibn Sa'd -translated by Aisha Abdarrahman at-Tarjumana Bewly Translation of vol. V of Ibn Sa’d’s Kitab at-Tabaqat al-Kabir Abu Hilal said, "When al-Hasan finished his hadith, he would say, 'O Allah, you see our hearts full of idolatry, pride, h...
Published: Monday 07 June, 2004
The Story of Abraham, Ishmael , Isaac and Jacob (Peace be upon tTopic: Classical - Excerpts
From: Stories of the Prophets by: Imam Ibn Kathir Translated by: Sheikh Muhammad Mustafa Gemiah Section One The Story of Abraham (Peace be upon him) Some of the People of the Book stated that his name was Abraham Ibn Tarikh, Ibn Nahur, Ibn Sarough, Ibn Raghu, Ibn Phaligh, Ibn ‘Aher, Ibn Shalih, ...
Published: Saturday 29 May, 2004
THE APPEARANCE OF GOG AND MAGOGTopic: Classical - Excerpts
From "The Signs Before the Day of Judgement" Based on IBN KATHEER's "Al-Bidaayah wa'l-Nihaayah" (The Beginning and the End). Chapter 21 Page 77 THE APPEARANCE OF GOG AND MAGOG They (two tribes or peoples) will appear at the time of Jesus son of Mary, after the Dajjaal. Allah will destroy them a...
Published: Saturday 29 May, 2004
Seek Help in Patience and Prayer (Explanation of 2:153-154)Topic: Classical - Excerpts
Imam Ibn Kathir From "Tafsir Ibn Kathir", Part 2 Abridged by Shaikh Muhammad Nasib Ar-Rifa`I © 1998 al-Firdous Ltd., London -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “O you who believe! Seek help in patience and prayer. Truly! Allah is with the pat...
Published: Friday 21 May, 2004
The Duties of Brotherhood in IslamTopic: Classical - Excerpts
The Duties of Brotherhood in Islam Translated from the Ihya' of Imam al-Ghazali by Muhtar Hollannd Paper Back 95 pages Published by The Islamic Foundation UK From Chapter 2 - Page 30 The second Duty is to render personal aid in the satisfaction of needs, attending to them without wa...
Published: Friday 21 May, 2004
The Story of Abraham- Ibn KathirTopic: Classical - Excerpts
Some of the People of the Book stated that his name was Abraham Ibn Tarikh, Ibn Nahur, Ibn Sarough, Ibn Raghu, Ibn Phaligh, Ibn ‘Aher, Ibn Shalih, Ibn Arfghshand, Ibn Sam, Ibn Noah. They said that when Tarikh was seventy five years old, he had Abraham, Nahor (Nohour) and Haran. Haran had a son na...
Published: Sunday 18 April, 2004
Some History on Ihya ulum id deen -by Imam Al-GhazaliTopic: Classical - Excerpts
A generation after al-Ghazzali’s death, the Ihya’ was burnt in Andalus upon the recommendation of the qadi Ibn Hamdayn who was named Commander of the Believers in Qurtuba in 539 then fled to Malaga where he died in 548. Shortly thereafter, the Moroccans rehabilitated the book as stated by Shaykh al-...
Published: Friday 09 April, 2004
Hadith 36 from Nawawis forty HadithTopic: Classical - Excerpts
"Whosoever removes a worldly grief from a believer, Allah will remove from him one of the grief's of the Day of Judgment. Whosoever alleviates [the lot of] a needy person, Allah will alleviate [his lot] in this world and the next. Whosoever shields a Muslim, Allah will shield him in this world and t...
Published: Friday 09 April, 2004
Nawawi's Forty Hadith IntroductionTopic: Classical - Excerpts
Praise be to Allah, Lord of the worlds. Eternal Guardian of the heavens and the earths, Disposer of all created beings, Dispatcher of Messengers (may the blessings and peace of Allah be upon them all) who were sent to those they have been entrusted to guide and to reveal the religious laws to, with ...
Published: Friday 09 April, 2004
Fundamentals of Faith- Imam NawawiTopic: Classical - Excerpts
The first obligation of all who are morally responsible (Ar. mukallaf someone who has reached puberty and is of sound mind) is to know God, meaning to know that He is existent and not nonexistent; beginninglessly eternal, not originating in or subject to time or space; everlastingly abiding, not sub...
Published: Friday 09 April, 2004
The Hukm of the Sacrifices and the Persons Addressed - Ibn RushdTopic: Classical - Excerpts
The jurists disagree about sacrifices whether they are obligatory or are a sunna. Malik and al-Shafi'i held that it is one of the sunna mu'akkada (emphatic sunna). Malik made an exemption in the case of the pilgrim for relinquishing it at Mina. Al-Shafi'i did not make distinction between pilgrims an...
Published: Friday 09 April, 2004
Contents of Bidayat al-Mujtahid wa Nihayat al-MuqtasidTopic: Classical - Excerpts
Volume 1 [Kitab Taharah] [Kitab al-Wudhu'] [Kitab al-Ghusl] [Kitab at-Tayammum] [Kitab Taharah min Najasah] [Kitab as-Solah] [Kitab al-Jana'iz] [Kitab Zakah] [Kitab Zakat al-Fitr] [Kitab as-Siyam] [Kitab al-I'tikaf] [Kitab al-Hajj] [Kitab al-Jihad] [Kitab al-Ayman] [Kitab Nadzar] [Kitab...
Published: Friday 09 April, 2004
About Al-Jami-us-Sahih known as Sahih BukhariTopic: Classical - Excerpts
About Al-Jami-us-Sahih known as Sahih Bukhari 1. Motivating factors of compiling Sahih Bukhari There were many books written on hadith but there were mixtures of Sahih and Daeef ahadith. Imam Bukhari felt that there should be a compilation of only Sahih ahadith. Once while sitting in the gath...
Published: Friday 09 April, 2004
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