"….He has not placed any Hardship upon you in Religion…" [TM Qur'an  22:78]

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Translated By Chafik Abdelghani
Paperback 191 Pages
Published by Al-Firdous Ltd, London UK


Sword Against Black Magic & Evil Magicians
Wahid Abdussalam Bali
Translated By Chafik Abdelghani
Paperback 191 Pages
Published by Al-Firdous Ltd, London UK

Detailed discussion of 'sihr' in Islam. Includes:
  • Definition
  • Evidence of the existence of sihr
  • Categories of sihr
  • How a 'sahir' brings about a jinn
  • Punishment under Islamic law
  • How to treat sahir
  • Treatment of sahir
  • Treatment of al-ayn (the 'evil eye")
  • And much more.

The Author has extensively relied on Classical Scholars such as Al-Layth, Al-Azhari, Ibn Mandhur, Ibn Faris, Fakhr Ar-Razi, Ibn Qudama Al-Maqdisi,, Ibn Al-Qayyim and Many Others for his references

We often hear about cases of lunacy, constant headaches and stomach aches, insomnia, lethargy, hearing voices, sexual inability, sterility, frigidity, shattered marriages, woman's continuous bleeding; and we often tend to have the undemanding answer that 'it is Allah (SWA), or, as the ignorant would put it, 'it is nature.' Certainly, it is undisputable that anything in the Heavens and the Earth is managed by Allah , but we should not discard that Allah ;U- has also commanded us to consider the causes of events. It is high time that we stopped and considered for a moment that, besides normal causes, there is the evil force of Sihr, the Arabic equivalent to sorcery. The sorcerer and Satan work in partnership to provide an 'intent-to-harm service' to their client, in return for a mere pittance which they receive from those with weak personalities and from the wicked, who hold grudges against their Muslim brothers and sisters and who love to see them suffer under the effects of sorcery.

'Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of the dawn. From the evil of what He has created. And from the evil of the utterly dark night when it comes. And from the evil of those who blow on knots. And from the evil of the envious when he envies.'
 (TM Qur'an  Al-Falaq: 1-5)


How to be kind to your Parents
By Ibrahim ibn Saaleh al-Mahmoud
Paperback 56 Pages 
Published by Al-Firdous Ltd, London UK

Table of Contents: 
1. Fear of Disobeying One's Parents 2. Ingratitude & Denial: Case One
3. Ingratitude & Denial: Case Two 4. Ingratitude & Denial: Case Three 
5. Ingratitude & Denial: Case Four 6. Different Attitudes 
7. Some Advice to Disobedient Person 8. You Are Simply Being Paid for What You Did 
9. Shining Examples: Case One 10. Shining Examples: Case Two
11. Shining Examples: Case Three 12. Shining Examples: Case Four 
13. Shining Examples: Case Five 14. Shining Examples: Case Six 
15. Shining Examples: Case Seven 16. Shining Examples: Case Eight
17. Shining Examples: Case Nine 18. Shining Examples: Case Ten 
19. Enticements to be Kind to One's Parents 20. How to be Kind to One's Parents 
21. Some Important Advice

Some good  stories and narrations that demonstrate the Birr (being dutiful) and kindness of our righteous  towards their parents' needs and necessities.

-The ways in which one can show them kindness and respect are many, e.g., visiting them, speaking kindly to them, lowering to them the wing of humility, giving them gifts, and so on. When you go to visit them with the hope of earning reward from Allaah, this is a great form of worship Don’t be a Muslim 'activist' if all your activity is going to be outside the home. And don’t be an Islamic 'terror' to your family: coming in like a whirlwind, from time-to-time, upsetting your Parents and Family

'Your Lord has decreed that ye worship none but Him, and that you be kind to parents. Whether one or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honour'
{TM Qur'an Al-Isra 17:23}


Dutifulness to Parents In the Light of the Holy Qur'an and Sunnah
By Nidham Sakkajh, 
Translation By Iman Zakariya Abu Ghazi. 
Paperback 79 Pages
International Islamic Publishing House( IIPH)
 Dar Ibn Hazm, 

'And We have enjoined on man (to be good) to his parents: in travail upon travail did his mother bear him, and in years twain was his weaning: (hear the command), "Show gratitude to Me and to thy parents: to Me is (thy final) Goal'
{TM Qur'an Luqman 31:14}  

On the authority of Abu Hurairah, who quotes the Prophet (Pbuh) as saying: “Three prayers are answered without doubt: a prayer by a person suffering injustice, and a prayer by a traveller, and a prayer by parents against a child of their own”
 (Related by Ahmad, Al-Tirmithi )

'O my Lord! Forgive me, my parents, all who enter my house in Faith, and (all) believing men and believing women: and to the wrong-doers grant Thou no increase but in perdition!
{TM Qur'an Nuh 71:28 

Overcoming the Fear of Death & Illness Dr. Muhammad Abu Rahim
Translated By Umar Kassler
Paperback 70  Pages
Published by Al-Firdous Ltd, London UK

Fear is natural  disposition concealed within the human soul. It grows in certain circumstance and dies if treated properly and at the right time.
This Books Helps in understanding things like death, from perspective of sickness, terminal medical conditions, and such.
Significance of fear
Degrees of fear
Definition of fear of death
Methods of treatment
Effect of fear as displayed in the Qur'an
And much more.

'O you have attained to faith, be ever conscious of ALLAH, with all consciousness that is due to Him, and do not allow death to overtake you before you have surrendered yourself unto your Lord.'
TM Qura'an3:102 


Translated by:  Salim Morgan

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All praise is due to Allah. We praise Him, seek His aid, and seek His forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evil which is within our selves, and from the evil in our actions. Whoever Allah guides, none can send astray; whoever Allah sends astray, none can guide.

I bear witness that there is no deity other than Allah alone, and with no partner. And I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and His messenger. Allah sent him with the guidance and the way of truth, that He might raise it above all other ways of life. Allah is sufficient as a witness. May Allah send His prayers and his greetings upon Muhammad and upon the people of Muhammad.

Enjoining right and forbidding wrong is that with which Allah sent the revealed books, and with it He sent His messengers, and it is an integral part of the way (i.e. the deen). The message of Allah is composed of informative and directive parts. As for the informative, it is Allah informing us about Himself, such as tauhid (theology), or His informing us about His creation, such as the stories of previous peoples and Prophets in which are contained for us lessons, threats and promises. The directive part consists of commands to do, commands not to do, and things left to our choice and discretion.

Thus, it has been mentioned in the hadith that the chapter of the Qur'an which starts out: [Say: He is Allah, the One...] is equal to one third of the Qur'an, because of its including the third of tauhid. The Qur'an consists of tauhid, commands, and historical events.

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