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This is a gift for all the new Muslims who currently know the right path to Allah. This is a means to strength and preserve their belief. In these audios Sheikh Fahd Salem Bahammam shows the fruits of becoming a Muslim, the excellent features of Islam and all aspects of Islam. Sheikh Fahd illustrates the pillars of faith on which one’s belief is based and the pillars of Islam which contain the best practical deeds (e.g. prayer) and the best deeds of the heart i.e. the monotheism. As Islam is a social religion, Sheikh explains the Muslim’s behavior towards all individuals in the society, old or young, whether they embrace Islam or not. Afterwards he puts up some notice about both of the permissible and prohibited financial dealings. He also mentions the factors which increase the one’s belief and help the Muslim to abide by Allah’s commands. He refers to the obstacles (e.g. lust, misconception and ignorance) in the path of the Muslims prevent him from continuing his way to Allah. He also shows the prerequisites of the sincere repentance which is between the person and his God without a mediator. Finally, he gives a word for the new Muslim.
It is important to realize that the relaxation in the laws under certain circumstances does not open the door to relax in the name of the fact that the religion desires ease.
This principle of ease and removing hardship is exhibited throughout many branches of Islamic law. Even becoming a Muslim requires no special indoctrination or ceremony.
Islamic Law, coming from the Creator, has identified and emphasized what are the true necessities of life.
This book, Rulings of Islamic Law: A Simplified Presentation is the first of a series which aims to provide Islamic knowledge covering all the areas of life in which a person needs authentic Islamic knowledge from validated sources.
The goal of Islam is for the human to become a true servant of Allah. Therefore, his source of guidance and the foundations for his actions must be rooted in the revelation from God. It is from this vantage point that the scholars speak about the sources of law in Islam. The two ultimate authorities in Islamic Law are the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet.
Islamic law, or shariah. Is based on wisdom and people's interests in this present life and in the life to come.
Islamic Law.. Across Time and Place