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Islamic History / تاريخ

29

Dec
2014

In Books / كُتُب
Islamic History / تاريخ

By Abu 'Aaminah

E-Book: The Muslim Conquest of Persia

On 29, Dec 2014 | In Books / كُتُب, Islamic History / تاريخ | By Abu 'Aaminah

Following the publication of ‘Khalid ibn Waleed – Sword of Allah,’ there has been a huge revival in reader’s interest for books dealing with early Islamic History. It was decided that we complete the task of publishing the [out of print] books by A.I.Akram on the first hundred years of Islam.

Hence, present before you is second in the series of books written by A.I.Akram – The Muslim Conquest of Persia. Continue reading “E-Book: The Muslim Conquest of Persia” »

05

Oct
2014

In Books / كُتُب
Islamic History / تاريخ

By Abu 'Aaminah

E-Book: 1066 – How Islamophobia Came To The British Isles

On 05, Oct 2014 | In Books / كُتُب, Islamic History / تاريخ | By Abu 'Aaminah

At the beginning of the 21st centuary, Britain was engaged in its Fourth Afghan Crusade. No other country has attacked Afghanistan as many times as Britain. In addition Britain has been instrumental in supporting despots and dictorships in the Muslim World and has contributed to the deaths of half a million Iraqi children. Continue reading “E-Book: 1066 – How Islamophobia Came To The British Isles” »

E-Book: The Essential Pearls & Gems of Ibn Taymiyyah / Sheikh Muhammad Al-‘Arifi

In this book, Dr. Muhammad Ibn Abd ar-Rahman al-‘Arifi has selected material from the huge corpus of Ibn Taymiyyah’s work nd made it accessible to the ordinary reader so that he may learn about the thought of this great scholar of Islam. Continue reading “E-Book: The Essential Pearls & Gems of Ibn Taymiyyah / Sheikh Muhammad Al-‘Arifi” »

E-Book: Umar bin Abd Al-Aziz

On 21, Apr 2014 | In Biographies, Books / كُتُب, Islamic History / تاريخ | By Abu 'Aaminah

By Dr. Ali Muhammad al-Sallabi – This book describes, among other things, the principles based upon which Umar ibn Abd Al-Aziz governed the Muslims during his caliphate; among those principles were mutual consultation, justice, equality among people and honouring of freedoms. Continue reading “E-Book: Umar bin Abd Al-Aziz” »

Course: Raid of The Mongols

On 29, Mar 2014 | In Audio, Islamic History / تاريخ, Muslim Ummah / أمة | By Abu 'Aaminah

In the seventh century of Islamic history an event occurred that changed the world. Had this episode of history not been documented they say it would not have been believed! The Mongol army headed west into the Muslim lands and Baghdad and attacked the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate. Continue reading “Course: Raid of The Mongols” »

13

Aug
2013

In Books / كُتُب
Islamic History / تاريخ

By Abu 'Aaminah

E-Book: The Islamic Conquest of Syria /al-Imam al-Waqidi

On 13, Aug 2013 | In Books / كُتُب, Islamic History / تاريخ | By Abu 'Aaminah

This is the first complete English translation of Futuhusham, the ninth century Arabic classic detailing the Muslims advance into Syria when a small band of faithful Muslims overthrew the superpower of their day. This inspiring epic describes the events in detail and brings to life the great personalities of Islam in a unique way. Continue reading “E-Book: The Islamic Conquest of Syria /al-Imam al-Waqidi” »

12

Aug
2013

In Audio
Islamic History / تاريخ

By Abu 'Aaminah

The Crusades Through Muslim Eyes

On 12, Aug 2013 | In Audio, Islamic History / تاريخ | By Abu 'Aaminah

In the 11th century, almost a thousand years ago, hordes of Christians warriors bearing a red cross stormed into Syria. They journeyed from all parts of Europe, pillaging and slaughtering innocent Muslims along their way. Continue reading “The Crusades Through Muslim Eyes” »

E-Book: Salah Ad-Deen al-Ayubi (3 Volumes)

On 04, Aug 2013 | In Biographies, Books / كُتُب, Islamic History / تاريخ | By Abu 'Aaminah

As a soldier, a ruler, and a human being, Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi was a person of phenomenal attributes. Continue reading “E-Book: Salah Ad-Deen al-Ayubi (3 Volumes)” »

Ibn Taymiyyah: ” The animosity between the Hanbalīs and the Asharīs…”

Ibn Taymiyyah states [Majmū ‘l-Fatāwā 3/227-229]:

“People know there was alienation and animosity between the Hanbalīs and the Asharīs. I was of those who strived to reconcile the Muslims’ hearts and unify them, in emulation of the command to hold fast to Allāh’s Rope. Continue reading “Ibn Taymiyyah: ” The animosity between the Hanbalīs and the Asharīs…”” »

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