The book is dedicated to non-Muslims who desire to know Islam in brief and look forward to know its most important teachings. We hope the book will also be useful for Muslims as well as the newly converted. The book has been translated to many languages, and its core shall be a basis to a new huge site that is being prepared now.
This book discusses the Islamic approach to sex and how to satisfy sexual desires in the proper and beneficial way.
This book, Bilal ibn Rabah: Islam's Attitude to Racial Discrimination, outlines the history of Bilal ibn Rabah, a former slave from Abyssinia who became a companion of the Prophet.
In order to become a Muslim, there are no specific religious rituals or customs that you need to perform, neither in specific areas nor in front of people.
the book we will openly discuss issues that pertain to 'romance in Islam'. It is important for anyone seeking insight into the religion of Islam that they understand that Islam is not simply a 'religion', it is a way of life.
This book explains that Islam is a code of living that covers all aspects of life. It comprises a set of acts of: some verbal, some practical and others that are constituents of belief.
The author wanted to show the reality and essence of Islam to remove the mist from the eyes of those who believe that Islam is only the religion of Arabs,The book also sheds light on the characteristics of Islam and its merits.
This book explains the concept of purification and that under Islam it is not limited to personal and physical purity but includes purifying oneself of sin and all disobedience of God.then discusses the detailed rules of physical purification.
The book clarifies the misconceptions that are often expressed regarding the different aspects of freedom and responds to criticism in a calm and objective way.
Ease and Tolerance: Two beautiful, intrinsic qualities of.
Shedding light on the status of, this book explains that women were ill-treated and humiliated in many cultures and how Islam put an end to all this injustice, gave women their proper status.
The book makes clear that when the early Muslims overpowered major empires and took over vast areas, their motives were not to subjugate people or to enrich themselves.