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Virtues Of Ramadhaan

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012
Virtues Of Ramadhaan

Virtues Of Ramadhaan

 

Unique commentary by Sheikhul Hadeeth Moulana Muhammad Zakariyya on the virtues of Ramadhaan.

Chapters:

Ramadhaan, the month of rewards
Importance of Sehri (the meal before dawn)
Laylatul Qadr
I’tikaaf
The last night of Ramadhaan

Cover: Paperback
Author: Sheikhul Hadeeth Moulana Muhammad Zakariyya
Publisher: Zam Zam Publishers
Pages: 65
Size: 21 cm x 14 cm

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Virtues Of Baytul Muqaddas

Sunday, July 17th, 2011
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Virtues Of Baytul Muqaddas

A comprehensive work by Imam al-Maqdisi on Baytul Muqaddas, the first Qiblah of the Muslims. It’s history and importance is clarified. The author also includes details of its construction and its peaceful conquest by the second Caliph, Sayyiduna ‘Umar (may Allah be pleased with him).

Cover: Hardback
Author: Imam al-Maqdisi
Publisher: Zam Zam Publishers
Pages: 448
Size: 22 x 14 cm

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Virtues And Merits Of The Quranic Chapters

Sunday, July 17th, 2011
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Virtues And Merits Of The Quranic Chapters

While all the chapters (surahs) of the Quran contain the speech of Allah and are equal in this regard, some of them have been accorded certain special merits and virtues. The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) would read certain surahs on certain days, while others were read for certain purposes. This book highlights virtues and merits of different chapters using authentic traditions of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace).

From the writings of Hafiz Sharaf al-Din ad-Dimyati and Dr. Ibrahim Ali Sayyid Ali Isa.

Compiled and translated by Maulana Mahomed Mahomedy.

Al-Hafiz Abu Muhammad Sharaf ad-Din Al-Mu’min ibn Khalaf ibn Abi al-Hasan ibn Sharaf ad-Din at-Tusi ad-Dimyati, popularly known as Ibn Al Majid was born in 613 AH in Tunah a district of the City of Tunnis. He spend the major portion of his life in Damascus and Cairo. He died in 705 AH and buried in Bab an-Nasr in Cairo

Cover: Hardback
Publisher: Zam Zam Publishers
Pages: 357
Size: 22 x 14.5 cm

 

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