PIONEERS OF ISLAMIC SCHOLARSHIP
A fair and concise presentation of the most important personalities who have shaped Islamic scholarship for centuries.
Birth control, or family planning through contraception, has become a common practice in society. Many new methods of permanent and temporary contraception have become widespread. Consequently, Muslims have also increasingly begun adopting the various means of limiting or spacing out procreation. This no doubt has a deep influence on the very core of our society and thus raises many ethical and religious questions, particularly surrounding abortion. Birth Control & Abortion in Islam systematically and concisely presents the relevant rules and regulations of Islamic law on these issues.
The Excellence of Aishah The Mother of the Believers ''The Prophet is closer to the believers than their own selves, and his wives are their (believers) mothers (as regards respect and marriage)...'' We felt the need to compile the merits of ' Aishah, to make clear to the Muslims her weight in excellence, and to shed light on the life of piety that she led. We seek to emphasise that she will always remain on a high and lofty degree.
Prophet Muhammad's Life At Home All praise are for Allah, the only one worthy of worship, & may Allah mention His messenger amongst the angels. The following treatise the prophet at home is extremely needed today, especially when very few are concerned with the tarbiyyah of their homes & family. In response to such a need of the Ummah, the Shaikh brought forth for the reader the pristine example of our Prophet at home.
Divorce is more common today then at any previous time in recorded history. Muslims being no exception, there is a manifest need for a book that provides a clear exposition and practical guidance. The author, Samir Elatar, is a trained expert on the legal aspects of marriage who has advised hundreds of Muslim couples.
Islam regards marriage as a great act of worship because it is a responsible affair and a means of preventing a person from many forms of sins i.e. fornication, casting of the gaze upon unlawful things etc. Islam has explained in great detail the concept of marriage and all what is affiliated to it. Inspite of the fact that marriage is supposed to be a peaceful and a tranquil affair, today it has become a very questionable matter irrespective of ones religion, ethnicity, gender and prosperity.