Aqeedah

Aqeedah

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In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

Aqidah linguistically is derived from the term aqada. In Arabic, one states, “Aqada the rope” when the rope is tied firmly. And, “Aqada the sale” or “He settled the sale” when the person ratifies and contracts a sale or agreement. And Allah says in the Quran, “And as for those whom your right hands have made a covenant (Ar., aqadat)” [Al-Nisa 33]. And Allah also says, “But He will take you to task for the oaths which you swear in earnest (Ar., aqadtum) [Al-Maida, 89] which means asserted and adhered to, as proven in the verse, “And break not oaths after the assertion of them” [An-Nahl, 91]. If one says, “Aqadtu such and such,” it means his heart is firm upon such and such.Therefore, Aqidah or I’tiqad according to the scholars of Islam is: The firm creed that one’s heart is fixed upon without any wavering or doubt. It excludes any supposition, doubt or suspicion…

Kitab At-Tauhid

Author: ibn Abd Al-Wahhab | Pages: 130 | Size: 1 MB

Kitab At-Tauhid is one of the best books on the subject of Tauhid (Monotheism) and ranks high in authenticity. In this book all the relevant verses of the Qur’an have been discussed reasonably, rationally, and sincerely. The essence of the Qur’an and Sunnah is placed in a very simple manner in this book.

 

Concise Commentary on the Book of Tawhid

Author: Saleh Al-Fawzan | Pages: 516 | Size: 21 MB

This book gives a clear explanation of the Muslim sound Creed which is the core of the religion of Islam, as the belief in Tawheed (monotheism) is the purpose for which Allah created both mankind and jinn, and thus, those whoes belief in Tawhid is corrupt, are not considered Muslims. It is a commentary on the Book of Tawhid written by Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab.

Sharh Aqeedah al-Tahawiyyah

Author: Ibn ‘Izz Al-Hanafi | Pages: 150 Each | Size: 14 MB Each

Commentary by Allamah Ibn ‘Izz Al-Hanafi on Imam Tahawi’s Al-Aqeedah At-Tahawiyah. About the Author: A Hanafi Jurist, born in Taha (that’s where Tahawi came from), a town in Upper Egypt. Both of his parents were learned and attended Imam Ash-Shafai’s lectures. Became a Hadith scholar, but also developed an interest in Hanafi Fiqh. Thus, he was both– a Muhaddith and a Faqih. He wrote many books, mostly on Fiqh. Compiled a brief list of Core Beliefs of Ahl-al-Sunnah wa al-Jama’ah, now known as Sharh al-‘Aqidah at-Tahawiyyah. Imam At-tahawi said about this compilation: “This is a presentation of the beliefs of ahl-al-Sunnah wa al-Jama’ah…”

Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 1
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Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 2
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Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 3
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Commentary on The Creed of At-Tahawi Part 4
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Explanation of al-‘Aqeedatul-Hamawiyyah

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Author: Saaleh al-‘Uthaymeen | Pages: 139 | Size: 1 MB

By Imaam Muhammad Ibn Saaleh al-‘Uthaymeen. Allah upholds His religion with His close helpers upon whom He bestows Eemaan, knowledge, and wisdom by which they prevent these enemies. They repel their plot back against their own throats. So no one ever comes out with his innovation except that Allaah – and for this deserves praise and thanks – destines to send someone from Ahlus-Sunnah who refutes and disproves his innovation and extinguishes it. He has many works on the clarification and explanation of the Sunnah, the reinforcement of its pillars, and the destruction of innovations. One of the works on this subject is his “al-Fatwaa al-Hamawiyyah” which he wrote as an answer to a question presented to him in the Hijrah year of 698 from Hamaah, a place in ash-Shaam. In it, he was asked what the scholars and Imaams of the religion say concerning the Aayaat and the Ahaadeeth of the Sifaat, or the attributes and characteristics of Allaah. So he answered in about 83 pages and due to which, he suffered trials and afflictions. May Allaah reward him on behalf of Islaam and the Muslims with the best of rewards. Due to the difficulty in understanding and comprehending this answer from many readers, I wanted to summarize the most important points from it along with some other needed additions. I have named it “Fathu Rabb-il-Bariyyah bi-Talkhees al-Hamawiyyah.”

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    Explanation of a Summary of al‐’Aqeedatul Hamawiyyah’
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Sharh Al-Aqeedat-il-Wasitiyah

Author: Ibn Taymiyyah | Pages: 223 | Size: 22 MB

The eminent scholar of Islam, Sheikh-ul-Islam Imam Ibn Taymiyyah, discusses the real & original faith of Islam according to the Qur’an & Sunnah. It deals with the perfect and undefiled Islamic Faith and Creed of the As-Salaf-As-Salih (Pious Predecessors) particularly in regards to Allah’s names and attributes, with solid arguments in brief words and terminologies. The book is highly appreciated by the scholars for its brevity as well as comprehensiveness; and for its contents produced in line with the Qur’an and Sunnah in an appealing and manifest manner.

 

Kitab Al-Iman

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Author: Ibn Taymiyyah | Pages: 483 | Size: 14 MB

Book of Faith represents the first complete English translation of the important and well-known work Kitab Al-Iman, written by the renowned scholar Ibn Taymiyyah. The concept of Iman, faith, is fundamental to Islam. Iman has served to define the nature of Muslim life and the essence of the religion as a whole.

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Book of Emaan

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Author: Ibn Taymiyyah | Pages: 269 | Size: 15 MB

The source of all evil is the deviation from the truth and its straight path. The goodness of all matters is the following of truth and adherence to its right way. Truth is the fixed state in which Allah has created every creature in a particular way and managed its affair in a certain manner. Allah is Perfect and exempt from any deficiency or error. This book aims to elucidate the pillars of Emaan (basis of belief, faith) and the characteristics of Kufr (disbelief) and its causes.

 

Allah’s Most Beautiful Names and Lofty Attributes

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Author: Muhammad Ibn Khalifah al-Tamimi | Pages: 153 | Size: 5 MB

Among the subjects that have not been adequately covered in the English language, perhaps the most important of them is the one covered in the pages of this book. The author presents the belief of Ahl al-Sunnah wal-Jama’ah, which is the creed of the first few generations of Muslims and those who followed in their footsteps. Besides outlining the principles and foundations of this creed he also highlights some of the foreign ideas and deviant concepts that have crept into the hearts and minds. The style in which this book has been written relates more to a textbook than to a book for casual reading. The author has carefully structured the book, divided it into clearly headed sections and provided all the necessary definitions and explanations that will facilitate a clear understanding of this immensely important branch of knowledge.

 

Islamic Creed Series

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Author: Dr Umar S al-Ashqar | Volumes: 5 | Size: 14 MB

Nothing is more important to the believer than attaining admittance to Paradise and avoiding Hell. This will be the fruit of his/her deeds in this life. These issues, which are matters of the unseen, are major issues of faith. In this book, Dr Ashqar has covered all the facts pertaining to these issues. The descriptions of Paradise and Hell and their inhabitants will make every reader more concious of his/her ultimate goal in life and keep him/her mindful of these realities.

 

The Grave – Punishments and Blessings

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Author: Husayn al-Awayishah | Pages: 96 | Size: 6 MB

Question abound about what happens after death. In western societies, in particular, there is a great deal of speculation on these matters. Mulsims, however, have answers to these quetions. Islam tells us what we can expect when we have finally made our exit from this world; we are also given ample guidance as to how we may best prepare ourselves and earn the rewards of Paradise in the Hereafter. In this book the author outlines the Islamic teaching on death and the grave. It is an essential reading for any Muslim who wants to know more about the topic from the authentic sources of Islam.

 

Book of the End – Great Trials & Tribulations

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Author: Ibn Kathir | Pages: 749 | Size: 38 MB

Like everything, the present universe will also come to an end, and it is a part of our faith to believe in the Last Day. The signs of the Day of Judgment have been foretold by our Prophet (S). Ibn Kathir has collected all the prophesies of the Prophet (S) in his book Al-Bidaayah wan-Nihaayah. In this volume, we have presented from them the signs of the Hour and the events that are yet to take place, although mentioning very few examples of those prophesies that have already been realized.

 

This is our Aqeedah

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Author: Abu Muhammad Al-Maqdisi | Pages: 72 | Size: 1 MB

“This is our ‘aqidah . Whoever possesses two eyes then let him read and whoever possesses hearing then let him listen!” All praise is for Allah, the Lord of the worlds, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful, the Master of the Day of Judgment. May the salah and the salam be upon the seal of the Prophets and Messengers and upon all of his family and companions. To proceed: This is a summary of what we believe in and what we worship Allah with from the most important areas of the din . I wrote it in my jail cell after it had reached me that there were some people who were ascribing things to us and putting words in our mouths that we have never said; in particular, in the areas of kufr and iman . Before this, I was never concerned with writing about the likes of this subject. That is because our scholars have sufficed and fulfilled in that.

 

Allah (swt) Governance on Earth

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Author: Abu Hamza | Pages: 342 | Size: 1 MB

Taken from author’s introduction, ‘ I hope that you on reading these words are found to be in sound health and strong imaan. Due to the absence of books in English regarding Tawhid-ul-Haakimiyyah it was deemed necessary to put together this large research work on the subject. We were also grieved to find that this subject was not being given the attention that it deserves by shaikhs, maulana’s, mosque committees and the average Muslim. Along with this, and the negligence of the scholars and their adherents in presenting the ails of the Ummah and giving the workable solutions, we saw the impending reality of putting together a research covering the most common controversy today, the Shari`ah and it’s implementation.’

 

The Friends of Allah & The Friends of Shaytan

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Author: Ibn Taymiyyah | Pages: 134 | Size: 1 MB

The Decisive Criterion between the Awliyaa of The Most Merciful and the Awliyaa of Shaytaan Indeed the enmity between man and Shaytaan is old, commencing from the time that Adam (alayhi as-salaam) was created, from the time he was ordered to prostrate to him. Shaytaan refused, become arrogant and hence disobeyed his Lord. His arrogance and pride let him to commit a whole host of sins, it made him expend every effort in misleading the children of Adam and made him beautify and embellish sins such that they accepted them and eagerly committed them Due to this Allah the exalted revealed the Books sent the Messenger and enjoined His servants to various injunctions and admonitions in order to secure them from the evil of Shaytaan. In the light of His advice, profound injunctions and admonitions in order to secure them from the evil of Shaytaan. In the light of His advice, profound injunctions and sever warnings, mankind becomes separated into two groups: a group who were guided and a group who deserved to be misguided. The groups who were guided are the inhabitants of Paradise and the groups who were misguided are the denizens of the Fire. The inhabitants of Paradise are the Awliyaa of the Most Merciful and the denizens of the Fire are the Awliyaa of Shaytaan.

Taqwiyat-ul-Iman (Strengthening of The Faith)

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Author: Shah Isma’il Shaheed | Pages: 79 | Size: 1 MB

The author refers to the Quranic verses and Ahadith by interpreting them in a very simple and comprehensible style, and also brings to light the true status of all the unlawful customs and rituals which are commonly practiced in the society and are detrimental to the faith of Tauhid. Tauhid (Oneness of Allah) is the basis of the Islamic religion.

The Fundamentals of Tawheed (Islamic Monotheism)

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Author: Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Phillips | Pages: 250 | Size: 7 MB

This book presents a detailed explanation of the classical Islamic concept of God’s unity as it relates to faith and acts of religious devotion. It also discusses the major areas within which the Islamic unitarian belief (Tawheed) is either nullified or compromised by idolatrous concepts and practises, collectively called Shirk

At-Tadhkirah (The Reminder)

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Author: Imam Al-Qurtubi | Pages: 400 | Size: 32 MB

An Authentic Selection from Imam Al-Qurtubi’s At-Tadhkirah Fiahwalil-Mawta Wal-Akhirah
Death is not the absolute end. It is just the discontinuation of unity between the body and soul. It is a change from one state to another and a transition from this present life to that of the hereafter

“Allaah takes souls at the time of their death and [the souls] of those that do not die during their sleep. He retains those souls for which He has ordained death, whereas He releases the rest for an appointed term” [TM Qur’an 39:42]

Imam Abu ‘Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Abu Bakr al-Ansari al-Qurtubi, was born in Cordoba, Spain, at the summlt of Its great period of Islamic civilisation. He was an eminent Maliki scholar who specialised in fiqh and Hadith. The breadth and depth of his scholarship are evident in his writings. The most famous of then is his twenty-volume tasfir al Jami’ li-ahkam al-Qar’an, Imam al-Qirtubi was a man of great modesty who disdained worldly honours and throughout his life wore the simple gown and cap of the ordinary Muslin. He traveled from Spain to the East and settled in Munya Abi’l-Khusavb. in Upper Egypt. where he died in 671H/ 1273

Three Fundamental Principles of Islaam

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Author: ibn Saalih Al-Uthaymeen | Pages: 133 | Size: 1 MB

This book is a clear explanation of that which we should all know about our religion. In fact it is a detailed answer to the three questions that we will all be asked in our graves, as such this book will prove to be beneficial for everyone. The author has firmly based his book upon the Qur’an and Sunnah.

The Tawhid Of Action

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Author: Abdullah Yusuf Azzam | Pages: 13 | Size: 1 MB

While living in Afghanistan, I have realized that Tawhid can not pernetrate into the soul of the human being, nor will it intensify and strengthen – the way it does in the fields of Jihad. This is the Tawhid, regarding which the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said ‘I was sent before the hour with the sword…’ Why? ‘So that Allah is worshipped Alone with no partners with Him.’

 

Islamic Creed Based on Quran and Sunnah

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Author: Muhammad bin Jamil Zino | Pages: 63 | Size: 5 MB

In this book, all important and fundamental aspects of Islam are described in an easy form of question/answer, so that the basic concepts may be inscribed in the minds of the readers. Shaikh Muhammad bin Jamil Zeno is originally from Syria, but for a long time he has been a teacher in Dar-ul-Hadith AlKhairiyah, Makkah AlMukarramah. Besides being a great scholar, he is also the author and compiler of many books. He holds the honor to have a place in the rank of those authors of present time whose work has been widely accepted.

 

The Signs Before the Day of Judgement

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Ibn Kathir

This book is an extract from Ibn Kathir’s book called “Al Bidayah Wa Al Nihayah” (The beginning and the ending). This book is an authoritative source on a matter of central importance to everyone: the events of the here-after. The work is by Ibn Kathir, an eminent Islamic scholar and is based entirely upon authentic Islamic texts and sources. According to many of prophet’s sayings, he described the condition in which people would live in those times. Some of the developments foretold by the Prophet (S) have already come to pass. This book summarizes those and others in more detail.

Faith in Predestination (Qada Wa Qadar)

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Dr. Suhaib Hasan

Belief in predestination (Qada wa Qadar) is an undisputed article of faith in Islam. For some people, this belief leads to contentment and satisfaction, even in the face of hardship and adversity. But for others, it provides justification for their wrongdoing: how often do we hear people arguing that they should not be blamed for their disobedience since it has already be decreed by Allah that they will sin?

The World of the Angels

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Author: Sheikh Abdul-Hamid Kishk | Pages: 98 | Size: 6 MB

The World of the Angels is an example of traditional learning and its translation fills a much needed gap in aqida (beliefs) literature in the English speaking world Basing himself exclusively on the Quran and Hadith, Sheikh Kishk deals with every aspect of the angelic world. He goes from discussing the creation. tbnm and nature of the angels to enumerating their many different types and also explains their role in existence and the character of their interaction with the human race. An in depth understanding of the nature and activity of the angels is essential for the people of today. Particularly in the face of the onslaught of scientific materialism which has done so much to weaken the bases of belief in this time. This book should help a great deal towards this end.

Rays of Faith: Fundamentals of Faith Notes

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Rays of Faith. A seminar to enlighten the minds and hearts, as we continue on our journey towards Allah SWT and explore the deeper meanings of the last five of the six articles of Islamic faith: Angels, Divine Books, Messengers, the Day of Judgment and Al-Qadar.

Pillars of Faith and Islamic Beliefs

Aqeedatut-Tahaawiyyah 
Imâm Abû Ja’far at-Tahâwî

Aqeedah, Its Meaning and Importance 
Dr. Abdul Aziz Al-Qari

The fundamentals of the Creed of the Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Jama’ah 
Dr. Naasir al-‘Aql

This is Our ‘Aqeedah 
Various Authors

The Explanation of the Beautiful and Perfect Names of Allaah
‘Abdur-Rahmân ibn Nâsir as-Sa’dî

Greatness of Allah subhaanahu wa ta`aalaa 
Imam Ibn ul Qayyim al Jawziyyah

Evidences of Muhammad’s Prophethood 
Imam Ali Ibn Abi al `Izz al-Hanafi

From the Beliefs of the Sahaabah 
Shaykh `Abdul Qadir al-Arna’oot

Abu Bakr’s Caliphate 
Imam Ali Ibn Abi al `Izz al Hanafi

On That Which Tongues Shall Utter and Hearts Believe 
Imam Aboo Muhammad Abdullaah ibn Abee Zayd al-Qayrawaanee al-Malikee (312-389 AH)

Pillars of Faith 
Dr. Ja`far Sheikh Idris

Prophet Muhammad’s Miracles 
Imam an-Nawawi

The Prophet Muhammad’s Conduct and Morals
Dr. Abdul Radhi Muhammad Abdul Mohsen

The Truth about Jesus (Part One) 
Yahya Adel Ibrahim

The Truth About Jesus (Part Two) 
Yahya Adel Ibrahim

The Views Of Ahlus-Sunnah Towards The Sahaba 

Twelve Proofs that Muhammad is a True Prophet 
Shaykh `Abdul Rahman `Abdul Khaliq

Visions of the Jinn 
Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips

We Love the Companions of the Prophet 
Imam Ali Ibn Abi al `Izz al Hanafi

The Importance of Tawhid al-Asma’ Was-SifatPDF Format - Opens in New Window
Muhammad Ibn Khalifah al-Tamimi

What Every Muslim Needs To KnowPDF Format - Opens in New Window
Muhammad bin At-Tammimi/Nasir bin Al-Alwan

Ruling By The Law
Muhammad Ibrahim

The Illuminating Creed 
Ibn Qudaamah al-Maqdisi

Iman SeriesPDF Format - Opens in New Window
Abu Qatadah Al-Filistini

Man Made LawPDF Format - Opens in New Window
Abu Hamza Al-Masri

The Present Rulers and Islam
Omar Ahmad Ali Abdur-Rahman

Ad-Dala’il Fi Hukm Muwalat Ahl Al-IshrakPDF Format - Opens in New Window
Sulayman ibn Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn Abdulwahab

Refutation Of Doubts Around Bay’ah And ImarahPDF Format - Opens in New Window
Shaykh Abdul Qadir Ibn Abdul-Aziz

The Four Foundations of Shirk
Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab

Conditions of Shahadah
Ustadh Alomgir Ali

The Three Fundamental Principles
Ahmad Jibril

 

An Explanation Of Muhammad Ibn Abdal Wahab’s Kitab Al-Tawhid

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Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab
Language: English | Format: PDF  | Pages: 132 | Size: 1 MB

This book is a brief yet extremely beneficial explanation of Muhammad ibn Abdal Wahab’s famous Kitab al Tawhid. The book, as the title suggests, deals with the subject of worshipping Allah alone without associating partners with Him. The author highlights many matters that have become common among Muslims even though they are clearly acts of shirk or associating partners with Allah. Not only is this book distinguished due to the importance of the subject matter but also due to the methodology adopted by the author for which he is well known. The reader will find that the majority of the book consists of verses of the Qur’an, ahadith of the Prophet (pbuh), and sayings of the early Muslims.

The explanation presented at the end of each chapter of Kitab al-Tawhid is that of the renowned scholars Allamah Abd al-Rahman al-Sa’di, counted among the major scholars of recent times. He was born in al-Qasim, Saudi Arabia, in the year 1307 AH, and from a young age became engrossed in the attainment of knowledge. His dedication and thirst for knowledge led him to become an authority in many of the Islamic sciences as is evident from the books that he authored. He passed away in the year 1376 AH, may Allah have mercy on him.

Table of Contents:

1. At-Tauhid (The Oneness of Allah)
2. The superiority of Tauhid and what it removes of sin
3. Who purified Tauhid will enter Paradise without giving an Account
4. Fear of Shirk (Polytheism)
5. The Call to Testification of La ilaha ilia-Allah
6. Explanation of Tauhid and the Testimony
7. What about to wear a Ring, Twine, etc
8. Ruqa (incantation), Talismans and Amulets.
9. Seeking Blessing through a Tree, or a Stone, etc
10. Slaughtering for other than Allah
11. No animal Sacrifice for Allah in a place where Sacrifice is made for other than Allah
12. To vow to other than Allah is an act of Shirk
13. To seek Refuge in other than Allah is a part of Shirik
14. To seek help in other than Allah is an act of Shirk
15. (The created one could not be an object of worship)
16. (What the Lord has said)
17. The Intercession
18. (Allah guides whom He wills)
19. Excessive dogma in the righteous people is the root cause of infidelity
20. The condemnation of worshipping Allah at the Grave
21. Exaggeration in the Graves of the Righteous Persons extends them to become idols
22. Protectiveness of Al-Mustafa of Tauhid
23. Some People of this Ummah will worship Idols
24. On Sorcery (As-Sihr)
25. Clarification of types of Sorcery
26. On Soothsayers and the like
27. Curing through Magical Spells (An-Nushrah)
28. What is said regarding Belief in Omens (At-Tataiyur)
29. What is said regarding Astrology (At-Tanjeem)
30. Seeking Rain through the Lunar Phases (Constellation)
31. (Love for Allah)
32. (Fear of Allah Alone)
33. (Put your Trust in Allah)
34. (Securing against the Plan of Allah contradicts Tauhid)
35. Forbearance with what Allah has decreed
36. Forbiddance of Showing off
37. It is of Shirk to perform a deed for worldly reasons
38. Taking Scholars and Rulers as Lords (besides Allah)
39. (Seeking judgment from other than Allah and His Messenger)
40. (Whosoever denies any of the Names and Attributes of Allah)
41. (Recognizing the Grace of Allah, yet denying it is disbelief)
42. (”Do not set up rivals unto Allah…”)
43. The One who is not satisfied with an Oath by Allah’s Name
44. How it is to say, “What Allah may will and you may will”
45. Whoever curses Time has wronged Allah
46. To be named “Judge of the Judges” and the like
47. Respect for the Names of Allah
48. To make fun of things related to Allah, the Qur’an or the Messenger (May the peace and blessing of Allah be upon him)
49. (To say: “This wealth is the result of my labour and knowledge”)
50. (Every name which leads to the service of other than Allah is prohibited)
51. (The Most Beautiful Names belong to Allah)
52. Do not say As-Salam upon Allah
53. Saying: “O Allah, forgive me if You wish.”
54. One should not say “My slave”
55. Whoever asks with the Name of Allah, is not to be rejected
56. Nothing but Paradise should be asked for by Allah’s Face
57. On saying “If only such and such…”
58. Prohibition of cursing the Wind
59. (Prohibition of evil thoughts regarding Allah)
60. The One who denies Qadar (Divine Decree)
61. (What is the punishment) for the Picture-maker
62. The forbiddance of taking Oaths frequently
63. The Protection of Allah’s Covenant and His Prophet’s covenant
64. To swear and to take Oath (binding) upon Allah
65. None asks Intercession of Allah before His creation
66. The Prophet’s safeguarding of Tauhid
67. (”They made not a just estimate of Allah…”)

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Aqeedah Al-Hamawiyah | Ali At-Tamimi

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The Reality of Iman | Ammar Amonette

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The Need To Rule By Allah’s Laws | Ammar Amonette

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