Mankind's Greatest Question

‘Where did I come from, and where am I going? is the question on every child’s lips at some stage. What is the relationship between man, life and the universe? What is the link between life and what was before life, and what is after life? These are all the most natural of questions which man wants an answer to, and indeed needs an answer to, to form a basis for all actions. Without an answer, we are simply running with a limited view of life, i.e. what is here and now with no regard to the past and future. Such a view of life is comparable to applying for a job without asking the interviewer what the history of the company is, who they will be working for, why the previous person left, what the job is, how the job is likely to develop, what the prospects for promotion are and so on. To simply ask for the job without any reference to the past and the future and how they are related is superficial and naive.’

Islamic Verdict on Cloning, Human Organ Transplantation, Abortion, Test-Tube Babies, Life Support Systems, Life and Death

There have been immense scientific developments by scientists. These have been in the fields of biology, foetal sciences, science of cells, medical biology, genetic engineering, and last but not least animal cloning, as a preface for human cloning. These developments have exceeded all expectations and have been acknowledged with amazement.

The Early Muslim Women by Dr. Abdul-Hamid Eliwa

Muslim women have always played a vital role in the Muslim community, and not only in traditional roles. Early Muslim women served the community through scholarship, teaching, nursing, and other important activities.

This book covers many Prominent Women throughout History Including:
Hawa the Mother of the Prophets, Sara, Hajar, Umm Musa, Maryam, The Prophet’s Wives & Daughters of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and Many Prominent Sahabiyat. It also Discusses the Role of the Prophet (S) as a Husband.

Far from being downtrodden, meek slaves to the men in their lives, these women served Allah and their community with bravery and wisdom. Muslim women look to them as role models, may Allah be pleased with them all.

Note: It does not discuss Assiya the Wife of Pharaoh who is also among the Best Women

Pearls From the Prophet (SAW)

A guide to successful life from the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him).

Relationships of the Great: Prophet Muhammad Presents His Brother Jesus to Mankind

Relationships of the Great: Prophet Muhammad Presents His Brother Jesus to Mankind by Zain Al-Abedeen Al-Rakabe

Prophet Muhammad Presents His Brother Jesus To Mankind (Peace And Blessings Be Upon Them).

 

The Da'wah to Islam

The Da’wah to Islam by Sheikh Ahmad Mahmoud

Comparative Religion by Sh. Dr. Mohammad Hawarey

Comparative Religion – Religion is Instinctive, Mental, Happiness but Which One?…..by Sh. Dr. Mohammad Hawarey

You Ask and the Quran Answers by The Vista

Short Description: This is a small book in which it answers 32 questions through Qur’anic verses. It answers questions about Allah, the true creator, previous nations, meaning of worship, saving Quran from corruption, Prophet Muhammad and Prophet Jesus (peace be upon them), the Hereafter and destination of both believers and disbelievers.

 

Who Wrote The Quran? by The Memphis Dawah Team

Short Description: A proof that the Qur’an is from God and that Muhammad is a Messenger of God.

The Spiritual Cure, An Explanation To Surah Al Fatihah by Abu Rumaysah

A Summary of numerous Classical Commentaries of the Qur’an at-Tabari, al-Baghawi, Az-Zamakhshari, ibn Atityyah, Ibn Jawzi, Al-Qurtubi, Ibn Qayyim, Ibn Kathir, as-Suyuti, Alusi, ash-Shawkani, as-Sa’di, ash-Shaqiti and many Others.

The underlying theme of al fatihah is one of contemplation and serenity; pondering the Names and Attributes of Allah, pondering the creation and acknowledging that He alone deserves praise and worship, that He alone should be asked for help, that He alone should be feared and hoped in that He alone should be invoked that there is indeed a Day of Judgement and that guidance has come to us and we are required to follow it. It calls us to carefully scrutinise our relationship with our Lord: are we living according to the dictates of ‘none has the right to be worshipped save of Allah’ or not? This opening chapter, despite its brevity, calls man to fulfil the rights of Tawhid, the right that Allah has over us to worship Him alone without any partners, in thirty places. This chapter summarises succinctly the message of the whole Quran.