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Selected Prayers — Dr. Jamal A. Badawi

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A most popular collection of Dua's from the Qur'an and sunnah that tell us how to ask for guidance and thank Allah, plus dua's for common everyday actions like waking up, sneezing, eating, entering a Masjid (mosque), etc. Dua's presented in Arabic, transliteration, and translation.

Du'a: The Weapon Of Believer— Abu Ammaar Yasir Qadhi

In this work, the author elaborates on the status, importance and etiquette of dua' in Islam. In the most comprehensive work yet to be written in English on the topic, the author discusses, amongst other matters: the excellence and benefits of du'a; the types of du'a; the pre-conditions that are needed in order for a du'a to be accepted; the recommended etiquette of performing du'a; the timings and situations in which a du'a is more likely to be answered; the various factors that aid or prevent a du'a from being accepted; the relationship of du'a with the Divine Decree (qadr); the wisdom behind a delayed response, and many other relevant topics.

Basic Of Islam: — Abdul Hya

With the help of Allah, this book is written for young and adult Muslims to provide a basic Islamic knowledge, for use in everyday life. All of the explanations are in direct form without duplication, or overlap.
Many major items are formatted in the form of flow diagrams. All Arabic writings are followed by English pronunciation in italics and English meaning (in parentheses). This should help new Muslims and those who can not read Arabic, to understand the message. Any suggestions towards the improvement of style/format or approach are strongly encouraged to benefit the Muslim Ummah. Jazakumullah.

Islam in Andalus (Part Two of the Revised Editon of Blood on the Cross)— by Ahmad Thompson/Muhammad Ata-ur-Rahim

The main purpose of both the original and revised editions has been to explore the history of that extraordinary period during which the Muslim first flourished and then perished in the Iberian Peninsula. Which used to be called Andalus but which now comprises Spain and Portugal. It was largely due to the Muslims’ presence and illumination there that the Dark Ages in Europe came to an end,

The Men of Madina: Volume 1— by Muhammed Ibn Sa'd/Aisha Bewly

This book is the translation of Volume 7 of the Kitab at-Tabaqat al-Kabir of Ibn Sa’d which deals with the Companions, Tabi’un and the subsequent generations of the people of knowledge in Basra, Baghdad, Khurasan, Syria and Egypt. This book is of particular interest because its pages demonstrate the attitude and action of the Companions and the Tabi’un when confronted by the most dangerous of trials – fitna, or civil war.

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House of prayer in Islam.
A mosque is symbolically very important to Muslims, and is a humble way for man to recreate pure divine presence on earth.

MOSQUE - masjid

Masjid (Mescit) is a word meaning 'place for prostration', and were used by the early Muslims for houses of worship