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An Explanation of al-Adab al-Mufrad (of Imam Bukhari), 9 DVD set
[The rights of the Parents, Abu Eesa Niamatullah, Prophetic Guidance,]

An Explanation of al-Adab al-Mufrad (of Imam Bukhari), 9 DVD set

An Explanation of al-Adab al-Mufrad (of Imam Bukhari), 9 DVD set  
Season One: The rights of the Parents
Abu Eesa Niamatullah
Published by Prophetic Guidance

Detailed Explanation touching on many other  subjects of Islam. Enjoyable and Pleasant to Listen to

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Imam Muhammad ibn Ismail al- Bukhari (d. 870CE) will forever remain in Islamic history as the greatest master of sacred
tradition (ahailith) and the author of the most authentic book ever compiled by man, commonly known as Sahih al-Bukhari. Our debt to this master scholar and saint is unlikely to be repaid.

Al- Adab Al-Mufrad is Imam al-Bukhari's second most well-known work; a collection of 1300 narrations on Islamic etiquette and conduct, it is a fascinating insight into how one should behave as practised by the Prophet Muhammad, his Companions and the A'immah of the Tabi'in from the following generation. It tackles a variety of issues, from dealing with specific family members, to how to write letters, to how to go shopping to even on how to walk properly. The unique depth and importance of this book makes it an undeniable classic.

Expertly  explained by Ustailh Abu Eesa in detail, this is the highly anticipated official PG edit of the first Chapter in al- Adab al-Mufrad entitled the "Rights of the Parents." Already receiving critical acclaim for its detailed content and the relevance of the lessons and benefits translated for today's modern social construct, this 9-DVD box-set contains over 30 hours of high quality video with exclusive special features, outtakes and functionality.

About the Commentator Abu Eesa Niamatullah
He  was born in Essex, England, and belongs to the Nast, Kheil tribe of the North West Frontier in Pakistan. He studied the sacred sciences of Sharrah in North Africa, the Middle East, Asia and also in Europe under various prominent scholars and is now a respected teacher and writer in Islamic law, as well as being an international lecturer. By profession he is a Pharmacist and he currently resides in Cheadle, Cheshire                 
10min Video Sample

About Imam Bukhari 
Imam al-Bukhari is one of the most eminent of those pious Scholars  who  gave endless bliss upon the Muslim Ummah. This is made manifest in the this  book of Ahadith an-Nabawi that Imam Al Bukhari  compiled, 
Imam al-muhaddithin Hadrat Imam Abu `Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ismail al-Bukhari was born in  Shawwal, 194AH, in the famous city of Bukhara, of the land "beyond the canal" - present day Uzbekistan -. The father of Imam Bukhari, Isma`il ibn Ibrahim ibn Mughirah al-Ja`fi, was a great muhaddith and ascetic from whom he inherited his characteristics of literary zeal and excellence. During his childhood his father died and his mother took on the entire responsibility of bringing him up

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