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

Qasas ul Anbiya (Stories of the Prophets)

By Sh. Makki Al-Hijazi. The stories of the prophets have been compiled from 'Al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah' (The Beginning and the End) which is a great work of the famous Muslim exegete and historian Ibn Kathir and has a prominent place in the Islamic literature. The stories of the prophets and all the events in their lives have been supported by the Qur'anic Verses and the Sunnah (traditions) of the Prophet (S). Wherever it was necessary, other sources have also been reported for the sake of historical accounts, but on such places a comparative study has been made to prove the authenticity of the sources. Ibn Kathir has reproduced the views and interpretations of all the great exegetes of the Qur'an of his time. The systemic narratives of the Stories of the Prophets have been written in chronological order which renders a historical style to the series of lectures.

Ashrah Mubbashrah

Ashrah Mubbashrah. Biography of the 10 Sahabah who were given the glad tidings of paradise in this life. Ten companions (Sahabah) of the Prophet (Pbuh) have been selected for special privilege and they are collectively known as "Ashrah Mubasharah". The Prophet had proclaimed that they would definitely enter Paradise (Jannah) because Allah has accepted their outstanding and noteworthy services for the cause of Islam. The "Chosen Ten" included Abu Bakr, Umar ibn Al-Khattab, Usman, Ali ibn Abu Talib, S'ad ibn Abu Waqqas, Talha ibn Obaidullah, Abd-ur-Rehman ibn Auf, Zubair ibn Awwam, Saeed ibn Zaid and Abu Obaida ibn Jarrah.


“And the Messenger [Muhammad] said: 'Oh my Rabb! Verily, my people abandoned this Qur’aan. Thus have We made for every Prophet an enemy among the Mujrimoon [disbelievers, polytheists, criminals, etc]. But sufficient is your Rabb as a Guide and Helper.” (Qur’aan 25: 30,31) So let us all hasten towards memorizing the Qur’aan along with the tafseer (explanation) that has been handed down to us by the pious predecessors. Verily, we have the most right and obligation to represent Islam and even more so the Qur’aan. For it is we who are the successors of Abu Bakr, `Umar, `Uthman ibn `Affan, `Ali ibn Abi Talib, `Abdullah ibn Mas'ud, Abu Bakr, Ash-Shafii, Ahmed ibn Hanbal, Abu Hanifah, Malik, Taqiuddin ibn Taymiyah, Ibn Katheer, At-Tabarani, As-Suyuti, Muhammad ibn `Abdul-Wahhab, and the rest of those from the past who were [and those of the present who are (such as 'Abdul `Aziz ibn Baz, Muhammad Salih ibn `Uthaymin, and Nasirudin Al-Albani)] upon the Sunnah of the Last Messenger !.


40 Hadith Complete Briefing On Ibadaat, Akhlaqiaat, Muamlaat, Islami Muashrat. This collection of forty hadith by one of the most famous compilers of hadith is generally regarded as the most popular anthology and the best introduction to the study of the Prophet's sayings which, together with the Qur'an, contain the essential teachings of Islam. The Arabic original has been printed alongside the English translation for the benefit of those with a knowledge of Arabic. The translation, by two scholars working in close collaboration, combines accuracy with readability.

Khalid ibn Waleed

Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed Sword of Allah. Khalid bin Al-Waleed was one of the greatest generals in history, and one of the greatest heroes of Islam. Besides him, Genghis Khan was the only other general to remain undefeated in his entire military life. A measure of Khalid's genius is that he was the only person to inflict a (temporary) defeat on the Prophet Muhammad, (may Allah bless him and grant him peace).

Sultan Salah-ud-Din Ayubi

?ala? ad-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub (1138 - March 4, 1193), better known as Saladin in medieval Europe, a Kurdish Muslim who was Sultan of Egypt and Syria. He led the Islamic opposition to the Third Crusade. At the height of his power, the Ayyubid Dynasty he founded, ruled over Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Hejaz, and Yemen. He led Muslim resistance to the European Crusaders and eventually recaptured some part of Palestine from the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem. As such, he is a notable figure in Arab, Kurdish, and Islamic Culture. Saladin was a strict practitioner of Sunni Islam.. He did not maim, kill or retaliate against those whom he defeated with the notable exception of certain events following the Battle of Hattin. His generally chivalrous behaviour was noted by Christian chroniclers, especially in the accounts of the siege of Kerak in Moab.

Tareekh Madinah Al-Munnawarah

There is no Muslim of true faith who does not feel himself called at all times by an overwhelming desire to visit the City of Allah's Messenger and there is no Muslim whose love for Al-Madinah does not fill his heart, infuse his blood, his flesh and his bones. And the love of the Muslims for Al Madinah is not surprising, since the Prophet (S) encouraged it, saying: "O Allah! Make Al-Madinah beloved to us, as we love Makkah -or more."

Pehle Insaan Ki Kahani

Story of Hazrat Adam and Hawa, Darwan's Law, Story of Kabeel and Habeel. "We are relating unto you the most beautiful of stories in that what We have revealed to you from the Qur'an, though before it you were from among those who were not aware of them." (12:3) "We have indeed sent aforetime Messengers before you, of them there are some whose stories We have related to you, and whose stories We have not related to you..." (40:78)

Momin ka Hathyaar

Many virtues of Du’a have been mentioned in the Qur’an and the Sunnah: “And when My servants ask you concerning Me, (tell them) I am indeed near. I respond to the invocation of the supplicant when he calls” (Qur’an 21:187). “And your Lord said, invoke Me and I will respond to your invocation” (Qur’an 40:60). “Invoke your Lord with humility and in secrecy” (Qur’an 7:55). “So invoke Allah making your worship pure for Him” (Qur’an 40:14) Nu’man bin Bashir relates that Allah’s Messenger (SAW) said, “Du’a is Ibadah (worship)” [Tirmidhi]. Abu Hurairah’s narration of the Prophet (SAW): “Anyone who does not invoke Allah, will cause Allah to be angry with him.” (Ahmad)

Ummahaat ul Mu'mineen

Mothers of the Believers is a ground breaking series exploring the lives of the wives of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). It seeks to enlighten the hearts, minds and souls of the Muslim youth in the West. It is through the wonderful examples of the Mothers of the Believers that we can achieve a correct and balanced understanding when approaching issues such as building the Islamic family, social life, working, parenting and raising children.

Behno Ke Liye Tohfa

O Prophet! Tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks (veils) all over their bodies (i.e.screen themselves completely except the eyes or one eye to see the way). That will be better, that they should be known (as free respectable women) so as not to be annoyed. And Allah is Ever OftForgiving, Most Merciful. Soorah Al-Ahzaab 33.59