In Islam some things are permissible and some are forbidden such as backbiting, gossiping, and slander. The writer gave evidences from the Qur'aan and Sunnah on backbiting, gossiping and so on...
Author: Dr. Saleh As-Saleh
Reveiwers: Muhammad AbdulRaoof
Publisher: Cooperative Office for Propagation, Guidance, and Warning of Expatriates in the city of AlQaseem - A website Islamic Library www.islamicbook.ws
In this book, Dr. Abdur-Rahman Dimashqeyyah shows and discusses the wrong believes in Shii doctrine. He said in his introduction, "… My intention is simply to make clear to every Shia what the books of their religious leaders contain. These are things that many people still do not realize. My intention is to maintain an objective position, far from bigotry and blind allegiance to traditions. My only reason for writing it is to earn the pleasure of Allah and to clarify the truth to all who are interested to hear it. We should all free ourselves from prejudice and wild ideas, and avoid making inflammatory and insulting charges that fuel the emotions, block the path to truth, and widen the chasm between us. These things do nothing but dissipate the spirit of peace and harmony."
Author: Abdur-Rahman Demashqeyyah
Publisher: Defense network for the Sunnah www.dd-sunnah.net
The Complete and Final Message to Man is a brief presentation of Islam defining its terms and teachings, followed by an advice to the Muslims and non-Muslims on following the path of the Righteous Predecessors.
Author: AbdulRahman Bin Abdulkarim Al-Sheha
Publisher: http://www.islamland.com - Islam Land Website
The book begins with a discussion of the sacred nature of Makkah Al-Mukarramah, the boundaries of the Haram (Sanctuary) and its sanctity. Then it discusses the superiority of Makkah and narrates Ahadith to that effect. Then it mentions the names of Makkah and the significance of these names. This book also speaks of Ibrahim (Abraham) and Isma'il (Ishmael) (peace be upon them) and their connection to Makkah and its sanctity and development.
The lofty rank and high station eemaan possesses is not something obscure, as it is unquestionably, the most important duty as well as being the most imperative of all obligations. It is also the greatest and most glorious of them. All the good in the world and the Hereafter is dependent upon the presence of eemaan and on its soundness and integrity. Eemaan holds such a multitude of benefits, ripe fruits, delicious pro-duce, constant food and continual goodness.
Author: AbdurRazzaaq AbdulMuhsin Al-Abbaad
Translators: Abu Safwan Farid Ibn AbdulWahid Haibatan - Abu Safwah Fareed Abdul Wahid