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This is the fourth volume from this series, which deals with the life of the last of the Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs, Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib (علي بن أبي طالب). He was the first male to accept Islam at the young age of approximately nine years. He was the Prophet’s cousin, the son of Abu Talib, the Prophet’s supportive and loving uncle who protected him during the worst trials of his early Prophethood.
Ali’s devotion to the Prophet is best evidenced during the Hijrah (migration) when he acted as the Prophet’s decoy in Makkah while the Prophet left under the cover of night and migrated to Madinah, accompanied by Abu Bakr.
Darussalam presents the entire History of Islam to our youth in language that appeals to them, in a simple yet lucid manner. The first four volumes in this series explore Islamic history during the period of the first Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs. Later volumes would be devoted to the History of Islam, down through the ages to modern times, insha’Allah.
History of Islam – A Reader Series – Suitable for Grade Six (Age group 10+)
The Age of the Rightly Guided Caliphs – Al-Khulafa ar-Rashidun
Ali ibn Abi Taalib (R): The Last of the Four Rightly Guided Caliphs
This book tackles the issue of the interpretation of dreams in the light of the Qur’an and the Sunnah, based on the Prophet’s hadeeth in which he said, “The dream of a Muslim is one of the forty-six parts of prophet hood.” In this book, the author provides a definition of the word ‘dream’, discusses the various types of dreams, mentions some dreams that were interpreted by the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), etiquette to be observed by the person who has a dream and the person who interprets it, and provides the interpretation of a large number of dreams, among some other issues related to the subject.
The author is the well-known erudite scholar Sheikh Muhammad ibn Abd-Allah ibn Raashid al-Bakri (d. 736 AH/1336 CE). The English reader will definitely find this book highly interesting and thought-provoking.
This book guides readers to pronunciate the Arabic alphabet from their correct point of articulations. It also guides them to recite the Holy Qur’an according to the laws and principles of the art of recitation and intonation.
The correct pronunciation of the Arabic words and alphabet was difficult to some extent for the people living in the West as compared to those of East. So they need some more efforts to solve this problem and to make it easy for them.
By the grace of Allah, this book will do the job successfully and in a very convenient way.
نبذة من علوم القرآن وقواعد التجويد
Among the many good deeds that the Prophet (S) guided us to and the evil that he (S) warned us about, are a set of manners that are comprehensive of worldly matters and religious matters, of worship and dealings – dealings with one’s family, children, acquaintances, and strangers. On this subject the writings of great scholars like Ibn Al-Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah, Ibn Muflaih and As-Safaareenee have been summarized in this book.
Mercy is clemency and forbearance; mercy is the disposition to forgive or show compassion; mercy means a favor or a blessing; mercy further denotes the qualities of kindness, sympathy, generosity, and beneficence. Suffice is to say that all of these qualities were present in abundance in the character of the Prophet Muhammad (May Allah have his peace and blessings on him).