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  • This book is a detailed description of Paradise and Hell including the state and conditions of its inhabitants. All the details therein have been taken from reliable sources. The purpose of this its compilation is for the reader to contemplate and appreciate the innumerable favours, rewards, comfort and unlimited luxuries of Paradise and at the same time take heed from the punishment of Hell. Shaykh Mufti Saiful Islam has presented this book in a unique format by including the Tafseer of Surah ar-Rahman. Shaykh Mufti Saiful Islam is an Islamic scholar and is the Founder, Principal and Director of Jamiah Khatamun Nabiyeen (JKN), an Islamic Institute and centre for learning in the heart of Bradford, England, UK. He is one of the leading scholars in UK and is also recognised internationally for his major contributions in lectures, teachings and book writing. He is a leading scholar of classical learning in Islam and has promoted Islamic sciences and classical teaching methodologies. He also took up responsibilities in many other departments locally, nationally and internationally. He is also the Editor of Al Mu'min; the famous family magazine. He currently holds the posts of President of Tawkkulia Jami Masjid; Chairperson of Al-Kawthar Welfare Foundation; Chairperson of Jamiatul Ulama UK; Vice-Chairperson of Majlis Tahaffuz-e-Khatme-Nabuwwat (Bradford) and Vice-Chairperson of Izhar-e-Haq in Oldham. He is also the patron of Al Mu'min Primary School, Olive Secondary Schools for both boys & girls and Al-Huda Academy in Oldham. Shaykh Mufti Saiful Islam is also the Founder & Patron of Jamiah Zakariyya, situated in Biswanath, Sylhet and Jamiah Al-Kawthar, which is situated in Netrokuna, Mymensingh as well as many other Makatibs in Bangladesh. 21 cm x 15 cm 116pgs PB JKN Publication Learn More
  • The Exquisite Pearl highlights that as Muslims we can reach an elevated status as we travel to the Hereafter. In this short yet immensely powerful book, the Exquisite Pearl takes you as a ’suluk’ – wayfarer in this life, through a journey to Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala). What is profound is that the book is based on a short yet immensely insightful Arabic poem on the stations required to become closer to Allah 22x14 cm 38 pgs PB The Jawziyyah Press Learn More
  • Each person is born into a religious environment that is not of his or her own choice; a child is raised in the religion or ideology of his or her family, society or culture. Even as a newborn, he or she is assigned the religion of his family or the ideology of the state; in some countries the child's assigned religion is even recorded on his or her birth certificate. By the time individuals reach their teens they usually have accepted the beliefs of their parents or that of their particular society, feeling that they have little choice in the matter. However, individuals often encounter or are exposed to various beliefs and ideologies throughout the course of their lives leading many to question long-held beliefs, traditions or philosophical ideas. They begin to question the validity of their.own beliefs. Seekers of truth often reach a point of confusion upon realizing that believers of every religion, sect, ideology and philosophy all claim to have the one and only truth. 15x21 Cm 232 pgs HB Learn More
  • It is related that Abu Hurairah said: "We were walking with the Messenger of Allah (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) when we passed two graves. Then he stood still and we stood with him. His color started to change and he rolled up his sleeves, so we said: 'What's the matter, oh Prophet of Allah?', he said: 'Don't you hear what I'm hearing?' We said: 'What is it, oh Prophet of Allah?' He said: 'These two men are being severely punished in their graves for a relatively minir sin." We said: 'For what are they punished, oh Prophet of Allah?' He said: 'One of them never used to clean urine from himself, and the other used to harm the people by his speech and walk amongst the people carrying tales.' So he called for two palm stalks and he put one into each grave. We said: 'Will this benefit them oh Messenger of Allah?' He replied: 'Yes, it will lighten their punishment for as long as it remains moist.' Reported by Abu Hatim (3/106) in "Al-Ihsan". And Sheikh Muqbil declared it as "good" in "Al-Jami' As-Sahih mimma laisa fi As-Sahihain" (2/278-279). 23x16 cm 149pgs PB Learn More
  • Characteristics of the Hypocrites By Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah (d. 751H) Hypocrisy is a deep rooted and all-pervading spiritual disease. A person’s heart could be overflowing with it yet be oblivious of it due to its hidden and subtle nature; frequently does it lead a person to think they are acting rightly when in reality he is spreading corruption. It is of two types: major and minor; majority hypocrisy leads to eternal punishment in the lowest depths of Hell; it is to outwardly display faith in Allah, His Angles, His Books, His Messengers, and the last Day whereas inwardly one is devoid of such belief, indeed disbelieving in it. They do not believe that Allah spoke to a man amongst men who He appointed to be Messenger: guiding them by His permission and warning them of His punishments. In the Qur’an, Allah has revealed the intrigues of the hypocrites, He has unveiled their belief, their qualities, and made their goals clear so that the believers can be aware of them. He divided mankind into three groups in the beginning of Surah al-Baqarah: the believer, the disbeliever, and hypocrite. He mentioned four verses concerning the believers, two concerning the disbelievers, and thirteen verses concerning the hypocrites, due to their plenitude and the great harm and tribulation they bring to Islam and the Muslims. The harm they cause to Islam is truly sever for they claim to be Muslims, they claim to aid and support Islam, whereas in reality they are its enemies seeking to destroy it from within, covertly spreading their corruption and ignorance such that the unwary thinks that what they are upon is knowledge and right action. By Allah! How many strongholds of Islam have they destroyed; how many fortress have they rendered to ruin; how many signposts of Islam have they effected; how many raised flags have they lowered; and how many seeds of doubt have they attempted to sow in order to uproot the religion! The author, Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah (d. 751H), was one of the most prolific scholars of Islam. He studied under Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah for sixteen years and accompanied him up and till his death; learning a great deal of knowledge from him. He authored over sixty works, covering a multitude of Islamic sciences; his writings are characterised by their touching address to the heart and soul. He was deeply religious and very pious. Learn More
  • The Seerah of the Prophet (PBUH) is an everlasting topic. The Muslims are never fed up with its fragrance. It has been a topic for writing sine centuries and it will be a topic for writing till the Day of Judgment. Every author shows his love and affection for the Messenger of Allah in his own style and he tries to highlight every aspect of his life. No doubt, thousands of books have been written on the Seerah of the Messenger in different languages from the ancient. 17x24 cm 312 pgs HB Learn More
  • Who is Allah ?

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    His Names and Attributes and their Significance to the Individual Who Is ALLAH? is more than just a book about ALLAH's names and attributes. It aims to build a bridge between knowledge of ALLAH and practical application of this knowledge in a person's daily life. By delving into why knowledge of ALLAH is important and how to apply this knowledge, the reader is given a means upon which to act in his or her quest for a close and rewarding relationship with ALLAH. 17x24 HB 377 pgs Learn More
  • A Commentary on Imam al-Tirmidhi's Shama'il Muhammadiyyah, the most famous and widely accepted work on the description of the Prophet (sallahu alayhi wa sallam). Description: The Shama’il of Imām al-Tirmidhī is one of the most extensive and celebrated works on the description and attributes of the Messenger of Allah (PBUH). The 415 narrations were carefully selected by the great muhaddith to craft a vivid depiction of the Prophet (PBUH). Through this, a portrait of his blessed physical appearance, habits, worship, daily routine, spirituality and much more is painted by those most beloved to him: his noble companions and family members. To aid the reader in extracting the maximum beauty and wisdom from the narrations, we have carefully selected explanatory gems from over forty classical and contemporary works. Some of the scholars from whom we have taken include: Abdul Razzaq al-Badr, Ibn Hajar al-Asqalanī, Alī al-Qārī, Al-Bajūrī, Ibn Hajar al-Haytamī, Abū Bakr ibn al-‘Arabī , Al-Nawawī, Ibn al-Uthaymīn, Al-Ghazālī, Qadī ‘Iyyād, Ibn Taymiyyah, Ibn al-Qayyim, Al-Shawkānī, Muhammad Amīn al-Shanqītī, Ibn Abdul Barr, Ibn Rajab, Al-Qastalanī, Ibn Kathīr, Abdul Rahman al-Mubarakfūrī, Abū Hafs al-Sūhrawardī, Ibn al-Jawzī, Abdul Muhsin al-Abbad, Al-Suyūtī, Hafith al-Iraqī, Al-San’anī, Ibn Battal, Nasiruddīn al-Albānī and many more. Ibn Kathīr said, “Scholars authored many titles on the depiction of the Prophet (SAWS), some of which were dedicated books and some of which were chapters in books. From the best books authored about the depiction of the Prophet (PBUH) is the book of Abū 'Īsa, Muhammad ibn 'Īsa al-Sulamī al-Tirmidhi, known as al-Shama'il.” [Al -Bidaya wal Nihayah 8/385] Abdul Razzaq al-Badr said, "This blessed book is from the best and most beneficial books written about the character and depiction of the Prophet (PBUH) and its author made it such an excellent work through his structuring of it and the hadiths he included therein. This is the reason why many scholars praise the book and consider it from the best books authored about this topic." 500pgs HB Learn More
  • This commentary of Surah Maryam covers a narrative on Maryam (Mary) as well as the narratives of her son, the Prophet Isa (Jesus): the prophet Zakariyya (Zacharia), his son Yahya (john the Baptist), the prophet Ibrahim (Abraham), the prophet Musa (Moses), and many others (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon them all). The commentary covers the birth of Jesus in detail and elaborates on his true identity. It confirms the reality of resurrection and offers depictions of the Day of Judgement alongside depictions of this life. 21cm x 15 cm approx 172 PAGES PAPER BACK Learn More
  • In the Sahih of Al Bukhari and muslim ,it is reported that Anas ibn Malik narrated that the Prophet said: ”Three things follow the deseased person (to the grave),two of them return,and only one remains. His family wealth and actions follow him. The family and and wealth return ,but his deeds will remain.” 15x22CM 80 PAGES Learn More

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