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By Abu 'Aaminah

E-Book: Four Principles of Shirk

On 22, Oct 2012 | In Aqeedah / عقيدة, Books / كُتُب | By Abu 'Aaminah

In this book the author explains the dangerous concept of shirk through four simple principles. The sin of shirk – or associating partners with Allah – is the most reprehensible act that a person can do. It is for this reason that this sin is the one sin that Allah has promised He will never forgive. Unfortunately many Muslims who are unaware of the reality of shirk fall into it out of ignorance. This short treatise is an ideal work for the Muslim in order to understand the essence of shirk, and thus essential reading for the one who wishes to avoid falling into the greatest trap of shaytan. The explanation of the work of Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab has been taken from the works of Ibn Jibrin, Salih Al al-Sheikh, and other major scholars.


E-Book: Ibn Taymiyyah’s Essay on The Jinn

On 09, Sep 2012 | In Announcements, Aqeedah / عقيدة, Books / كُتُب | By Abu 'Aaminah

Ibn Taymiyyah’s treatise provides a very clear, concise and authentic view of this intriguing subject based on the Qur’an, the Sunnah, the interpretation and experience of the Sahaabah (companions of the prophet and the early scholars of Islaam. The Translator has also added an appendix consisting of a recent article written on the subject of spirit-possession and exorcism by one of the leading scholars of Saudi Arabia confirming Ibn Taymiyyah’s views as both relevant and orthodox.


Islamic Cartoon for Kids: Misri Bunch

On 12, Aug 2012 | In Announcements, Aqeedah / عقيدة, Children, Parenting, Video, Youth / شباب | By Abu 'Aaminah

Misri Bunch is a puppet show aimed at teaching children Islam in an innovative and exciting way.

The Misri Bunch’s first interactive DVD release titled “Names Of Allah” is out now. In this DVD Abul Waleed (the wise fox) goes through the names and attributes of Allah with his friends showing examples through colorful illustration.

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Imam Ibn Taymiyyah and the Ashaa’irah

“In the speech of the Ashaa-‘irah there is (some) correct proof and it agrees with the Sunnah, that which is not found in the (other) groups, and they are the closest group of the People of Rhetoric to the Sunnah, The Jama’ah, and the Hadeeth, and they are considered Ahl As-Sunnah wa Al-Jama’ah when observing the likes of the Mu’tazilah and Raafidhah and other than them. Rather they are Ahl As-Sunnah wa Al-Jama’ah in the countries that have Ahl Al-Bida’ah in them, and those Ahl Al-Bida’ah are the Mu’tazilah and Raafidhah and other than them.”

Source: Naqs At-Ta’sees 2/87 Ibn Taymiyyah, Mawquf Ibn Taymiyah min al-Ashaa’irah Dr. Abd Ar-Rahman ِِAl-Hamood.

Video Lecture: The Companions between Sunnah & Shia / Sh. Abu Adnan

A sensitive issue throughout history that always arises between the Sunnah and Shia is that of the companions.

Through references of original texts (both Sunnah and Shia) Sheikh Abu Adnan identifies the differences of understanding that the Shia and Sunni have in regards to the companions. Since the companions are a source to derive Islamic knowledge from it is a pivotal issue for all Muslims to know.

E-Book: The Reality of Bereilawiis by Sh. Ehsan Elahi Zaheer

The Bareilawi cult originated in India during the time of the British Raj. They were heavily influenced be Sufism and Hindusim. The bookexamines their beliefs and rituals in depth. It isnotunreasonable to state the Bareilawisim is closer to Shi’ism than Ahlu Sunnah.


Shaykh Ehsan Alahi Zaheer was borm in Pakistan in 1945 to a deeply religious family. He studied at various prestigious institutions in Pakistan andwent on to graduate from the department of Sharia Medina University. He studied under distinguished scholars including Shaykh Al-Albani and Shaykh Ibn Baz. He wrote extensively on many deviant sects such as the Qadianis, Babis, Bahais, Batinis and the Shia. He was martyred on30 March 1987 after spending 22 hours in a Riyadh hospital. Shaykh ibn Bin Baaz, whilst crying, led his funeral prayer in Riyadh. It was considered one of the most historical funerals ever prayed in Riyadh that included countless scholars and students of Islamic studies. The funeral attendance was estimated above 3million people, after which his body was buried in Madina?s Baqi graveyard.