Islamic Books For New Muslims

Islamic Books For New Muslims

Islamic Books For New Muslims

This Islamic guide is for non-Muslims who would like to understand Islam, Muslims (Moslems), and the Holy Quran (Koran). It is rich in information, references, bibliography, and illustrations. It has been reviewed and edited by many professors and well-educated people. It is brief and simple to read, yet contains much scientific knowledge. It contains the whole book, A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam, and more. you may wish to view in HTML format by visiting http://www.islam-guide.com
We live in a world where millions doubt the existence of God: a world of science and technologyin which people only accept what they can prove, see, measure, weigh or touch.Understandably, abstract concepts are accepted with caution. Belief in the existence ofGod is, therefore, treated with suspicion, disdain and often with amusement…
This Book proofs the existence of Allah (SWT)
Most Common Questions asked by Non-Muslims
This book is written by Dr.Abdul Karim Zakir Naik
This small book called as (Holy Ramadan Guide) is written by Akramulla Syed. He discusses the importance and benefits of fasting.
Holy Prophet Muhammad(pbuh)did not speak or advocate the cause of some particular race or ethnic group, but stood up for all humanity irrespective of race, color, class, language or geographical barriers. The Message he preached was universal, transgressing all obstacles whether artificial or otherwise. AMessage so complete and comprehensive that it not only revolutionized the era in which it was proclaimed,but even today its timeless beauty has lost none of the original charm and continues its profoundappeal to the human intellect.
By: Shaykh Abdullah Azzam
This book was written by Shaykh Abdullah Azzam during the Afghan-Soviet Jihad in the 1980′s. It deals specifically with first hand accounts of the miracles that occured during this Jihad. Shaykh Abdullah Azzam writes, These incidents which are going to be narrated are, in reality, more extraordinary than one can possibly imagine, and appear to resemble fairytales. I have personally heard them with my own ears; and have written them with my own hands from those Mujaahideen who themselves were present. I have heard these miracles from such men who are trustworthy and reliable, and who have been constantly on the battlefield. The miracles are many, so much so that they more or less reach the degree of Tawaatur i.e. such a large number that does not entertain the possibility of fabrication. I have heard numerous such miraculous episodes, but brevity does not allow me to enumerate all of them.

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