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  • Islam is The Religion of Peace

    Islam is the religion of peace: This book addresses an important subject, a concept of Islam from the social justice and fighting injustice as a basis for the establishment of peace in the international community. A discussion of how Islam is a religion that promotes peace and understanding among all nations, and prohibits violence and aggression against anyone.

    Formation : AbdulRahman Bin Abdulkarim Al-Sheha

    From issues : http://www.islamland.com - Islam Land Website

    Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/261374

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    Formation : Jamaal Zarabozo

    From issues : A website Islam Religion www.islamreligion.com

    Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/190075

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    Formation : Sheikh-ul-Islam ibn Taymiyyah

    Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/228509

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  • The Global MessengerThe author said in his introduction, “The purpose of this small book is not to answer ignorant or hostile critics, nor is it to recount praises of our Prophet as countless Muslim authors have done so eloquently over the centuries. Rather, it is to present facts that are based on historically verified sources and then leave the reader to make his own decision, or if he desires, to investigate the matter further. The book is divided mainly into two sections, although the topics covered in both are interrelated and complimentary. The first acquaints the reader with information about the life of Prophet Muhammad and his global mission, while the second is concerned more with his teachings and way of life.”

    Reveiwers : Abu Adham Osama Omara

    From issues : http://www.mercyprophet.org

    Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/340216

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  • Enjoining Good, Forbidding EvilIbn Taymiyyah said: "This (enjoining good and forbidding evil) is a duty that the entire Ummah is obliged to fulfil. It is what the Ulama know as an obligation of collective responsibility, if a group in society undertook to discharge it, the other members of this society are absolved from it. The entire Ummah is commissioned to undertake it, but if a group therein was responsible for discharging it, the rest of society is no longer obliged to undertake it."

    Formation : Sheikh-ul-Islam ibn Taymiyyah

    Reveiwers : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    Translators : Salim Abdullah Marjan

    Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/339184

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  • Like a GarmentI welcome you to our ‘Like A Garment’ e-book, an initiative that seeks to educate Muslims to find conjugal bliss in their marriages. The initiative is called ‘Like A Garment’, from the famous Quranic phrase of spouses being like garments to one another. The website has two aims: to disseminate information about this topic (which will, Insha Allah, be beneficial to all Muslims, single and married), and to garner, via anonymous questionnaires, the problems and concerns that the Muslims of our times are facing in this area (which will help me better prepare future lectures).

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    Reveiwers : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    Source : http://www.islamhouse.com/p/333586

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