Download Free Islamic books on family including Kindness To Parents, Fiqh Of Marriage In The Light Of The Qur’an And Sunnah, Dangers in the Home, Ettiquettes of Marriage, Marriage and What People Say & Raising Children In Islam.
Kindness to Parents
Author: Abdul Malik Al-Qasim | Pages: 77 | Size: 4 MB
Kindness to parents is very elightening booklet. He has collected several stories and narrations that demonstrate the Birr(being dutiful) and kindness of our righteous Salaf towards their parents, and their striving hard to satisfy their parents, and their striving hard to satisfy their parents needs and necessities, in obedience to Allah’ worship in sincerity. He refers from the noble Quran that a man is never allowed to say ‘UFF’ (fie) if he smells a bad odour coming from his parents or one of them. The author has also exposed the shortcomings and errors of many among us who do not preserve the rights of their parents.
The Fiqh of Marriage
Author: Saalih al-Sadlaan | Pages: 159 | Size: 9 MB
In this work, the world renowned scholar of comparative fiqh of marriage. Dr. Saalih al-Sadlaan of Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University covers the most important topics related to the fiqh of marriage. Dr. al-Sadlaan discusses the topics found in traditional books of fiqh, such as the place of the dower, the minimum and maximum amount of the dower, and when the woman is entitled to all, half or none of her dower. He also discusses the rights of the husband and wife in Islam and sexual etiquette in Islam. Written by a contemporary, the work also deals with many modern issues that were not touched upon by earlier scholars. In particular, the author deals with the following: engagement rings, music and dancing at the wedding parties, exorbitant dowers, honeymoons and many other topics of importance for Muslims everywhere. This small but very informative book is a must for Imams and directors of Islamic Centers. In addition, it is a great handbook for all who are already married as well as all who are pondering marriage.
Dangers in the Home
Putting things right in the home is a great trust and huge responsibility which every Muslim man and woman should undertake as Allaah commands; they should run the affairs of their homes in accordance with the rules set out by Allaah. One of the ways of achieving this is by ridding the home of evil things. The following aims to highlight some evil things that actually happen in some homes and that have become tools of destruction for the nests in which the future generations of the Muslim ummah are being raised.
The Etiquettes of Marriage
By: Shaykh Muhammad Naasir Ud Deen Al Albaani
There are in Islam, certain etiquettes upon anyone who marries and wishes to consummate his marriage with his wife. Most Muslims today, even those who exert themselves in Islamic worship, have either neglected or become totally ignorant of these Islamic etiquettes. Therefore, I decided to write this beneficial treatise clearly explaining these issues on the occasion of marriage of someone dear to me. I hope that it will be an aid to him and to other believing brothers in carrying out what the Chief of the Messengers has ordained on the authority of the Lord of the Worlds. I have followed that by pointing out certain issues important to every one who marries, and with which many wives in particular have been tested.
Marriage and What “People Say”
Beloved Muslims! Do you not think that the spreading of impermissible acts necessitates that we re-evaluate the issue of marriage and facilitate it? corruption is approaching us from all directions, for it seems that what we had on the ground was not enough, that they (the disbelievers) have attacked us even from the skies (i.e., by means of satellites). They have disseminated evil everywhere, to the extent that teenagers are surely exposed to prohibitions through satellite channels and they may even watch pornography; they see naked or virtually nude women on television – what, then, is the solution?
Raising Children In Islam
Taken from introduction: Worship and doctrine are two inseperable things because doctrine represents the theoretical aspect of Islam whereas worship represents its practical aspect. So, worship is the soul of doctrine that gives it life and the mirror that reflects its image. When a child turns his little face to his lord and responds to His Commands he is, by this, only fulfilling and satisfying a natural instinct inside him. Dr. Sa’id al-Buti referred to this saying, “But in order to make the doctrine strongly implanted in the soul, it must be irragated with the water of worship. Worship in its various images and shapes will make the doctrine grow and flourish in the heart and will make it stand firm in front of the hardships of life”.
“Read! In the name of your Lord who has created: Created man, out of a (mere) clot of congealed blood: Read! Your Lord is Most Bountiful: He Who taught (the use of) the pen,
Taught man that which he knew not…”
(Surah 96:1-5 Al Alaq)