Since its completion in the seventeenth century, this book has been lauded as a valuable textbook on Islamic spirituality and ethics as well as a spiritually enlightening read. This ground-breaking translation brings to light how Fayd Kashani engages with the Sunni Sufi tradition – particularly the ideas of al-Ghazzali – for the benefit of a Shi‘a audience. In addition to presenting the inner mysteries of Islamic ritual practices, Fayd also explains the nature of the human character and how to cultivate, balance, and eliminate various traits.
Neither prose nor poetry but a unique, mesmerising fusion of both, the Qur’an stands as one of the world’s most important spiritual texts and is a source of law, instruction and comfort for about one and half billion people around the globe. It is, among the world’s religious scriptures, arguably the one that today commands the attention of those unfamiliar with its teachings. There are numerous English translations of the Qur’an available, yet few, if any of them, can claim a phrase-by-phrase translation, concurrent with the original text in Arabic. This edition, from the Islamic College for Advanced Studies (ICAS), does just this. In addition to being of invaluable benefit to readers who understand English only, this method also permits those with even a rudimentary grasp of Arabic to draw nearer to the Qur’an’s inimitable style and lofty message, by following the Arabic text while being guided by the English. Expertly translated and prepared, this edition of the Qur’an also makes extensive use of classical commentaries from both Sunni and Shi‘i sources for broader-based understanding. ‘Ali Quli Qara’i studied at Osmania University and the University of Wisconsin. As a seasoned scholar familiar both with the intricacies of the Islamic texts and the English language, Mr Qara’i has dedicated his life to the translation of the classics of Islamic literature into English.
In this masterpiece, Shaheed Dastghaib has exhaustively explained the phenomenon of sin, the classification of sins, and the necessity of avoiding them. He has also described fifty different types of Greater Sins.
Compiled by Shaykh Abu Jafar Muhammad ibn Yaqub al-Kulayni
After the Quran, no book has been so pivotal to Islamic scholarship. Written in the 10th century al-Kafi is the earliest and arguably the most important compilation of traditions of Prophet Muhammad p.b.u.h. and the twelve Imams who succeeded The Prophet. You will get a first-hand account of the teachings and interactions of Islam’s holiest personalities.
Published by Taqwa Media LLC, USA
Paperback: 222 pages
Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 15.5 x 1.5 cm
Dr Chris Hewer comes from a background in Christian theology, education,
Islamic studies and inter-faith studies and has worked in the field of Muslims in
Britain and Christian-Muslim relations since 1986, first at the Centre for the
Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations at Selly Oak in Birmingham
and from 1999 to 2005, as the Adviser on Inter-Faith Relations to the Bishop of
Birmingham. He was the St Ethelburga Fellow in Christian-Muslim Relations
in London from 2006 to 2010, where he delivered adult popular education
courses, study days and talks around Greater London. Currently he
concentrates on teaching intensive courses, producing resources and writing.
Paperback: 96 pages
Product Dimensions: 21 x 15 x 0.6 cm
Under the direction of the scholar Dr Muhammad Ali Shomali comes this informative outlining and guide to Islam and it's teachings. Written in a text book like easy to read fashion, this book is perfectly suited to both the novice to Islam and those familiar with the religion.
Best of all featuring illustrations and bursting with colour, the text is ideal for children of all ages whom want to learn about Islam. Case studies and excercises as well as a helpful glossary make this a first-choice Islamic textbook.
Dr Mohammad Ali Shomali is a graduate of the Islamic Seminaries of Qum and has also both a BA and an MA in Western Philosophy from the University of Tehran. He has earned his Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Manchester. His doctoral thesis was on ethical relativism. He did his postdoctoral research on ethical issues related to life and death. He is currently the Founding Director of the International Institute for Islamic Studies in Qum, IRAN. Dr Shomali is editor-in-chief of two journals: the Message of Thaqalayn: A Quarterly Journal of Islamic Studies and the Spiritual Quest: A Biannual Journal of Ethics and Spirituality.
Dr Shomali is very interested and involved in interreligious dialogue and has organised or attended and presented papers in UK, USA, Canada, Italy, Austria, Greece, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Philippines, Sweden, etc.
His publications include: Self-Knowledge (1996 & 2006, also translated into Malay, Spanish and Kiswahili), Ethical Relativism: An Analysis of the Foundations of Morality (2001, also translated into Malay), Discovering Shi'a Islam (87th edition 2014; also translated into 14 languages), Shi'a Islam: Origins, Faith & Practices (2003 & 2010; also translated into Spanish, Swedish, Arabic, Farsi and Kiswahili), Principles of Jurisprudence: An Introduction to Methodology of Fiqh (2006). He is a co-editor of Catholics & Shi'a in Dialogue: Studies in Theology & Spirituality (2004 & 2011), Catholic-Shi'a Engagement: Reason & Faith in Theory and Practice (2006 & 2011), A Catholic-Shi'a Dialogue: Ethics in Today's Society (2008 & 2011), Monks and Muslims: Monastic and Shi'a Spirituality in Dialogue (2012) andMonks and Muslims II: Creating Communities of Friendship (2014). He has edited Islamic Reference Series,out of which so far these volumes have been published: God: Existence and Attribute, Word of God, Apostle of God, Spiritual Message of Islam, Life & Ethics.
Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Islamic Centre of England (28 Feb. 2015)
Product Dimensions: 28 x 23 x 1.3 cm
From a general discussion of the Holy Qur'an's essential relevance to humanity, stressing God's guidance of all His creatures toward happiness and well-being, the author proceeds to show how the Qur'an contains the fundamental roots of Islam and the proof of prophethood as the Word of God. Copious quotations from the Qur'an are given to illustrate its teachings, its exoteric and esoteric dimensions and the meaning of exegesis. The eternal validity of Qur'anic revelation is examined in depth, together with the attitudes of both Muslim and non-Muslim writers to the questions of Revelation and Prophethood. The relationship of the Qur'an to the sciences shows to what extent it encourages us to study all manner of natural and physical sciences, as well as philosophy, literature and every available branch of knowledge. The book closes with a brief description of how the Qur'an has come down to us.
Author: Allamah Muhammad Hussain Tabatabai
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Print Length: 126 pages
Publisher: Zahra Publications (12 Mar. 1987)
Muhammad Al-Tijani As-Sammawi
A new title from the author of 'Then I was guided', written as a response to requests for a less provocative manner in which to convince and guide towards the truth avoiding the sensitive issues
“The Hidden Truth About Karbala; The injustice against the Ahlul Bayt and their followers since then until now.”
“The holy book “Sirr as-Salat” is a work of the perfect mystic, the spiritual cod’s which was written by Imam Khomeini (a.s) in the year 1358 (lunar year) [19 Khordad 1318 (solar year) ].
The book “Sirr as-Salat” has been reprinted a few times so far, but as publishers, due to the inaccessibility to the manual main copy, were not able to publish an accepted copy. The Institute for Complication and Publication of Imam Khomeini’s (a.s) Works -International affairs department- has published a respectful accepted and perfect copy enjoying, the information lists of different names, locations and necessary items, added with footnotes. The book begins with a letter addressed to Hajj Sayed Ahmad Khomeini, offering the book to him.
More importantly, the book has been decorated by the Imam’s manual, The Original text.”
The Institute for Complication
and Publication of Imam Khomeini’s Works
“I declare to the whole world with certainty that if the world-devourers would like to stand up against our religion, we will also rise up against all of them. We will not give in unless they were all annihilated. We will either be free or attain a loftier freedom, which is martyrdom. Just as we led to victory the Revolution singly and in complete isolation without the assistance and approval of any country, international organizations and groups, in the war more oppressive than the Revolution we fought and without the help of even a single foreign country, we defeated the aggressors. By the help of God and reliance on Him, we will traverse alone the remaining path full of vicissitudes.”
“If anyone of our Shia and devotee does not have the book of Sulaym Ibn Qays al-Hilaali, then he does not have any of our things, and he does not know any of our matters. This is the first book of Shia and is one of the secrets of Aal-e-Muhammad (a.s.).”
Maqtal Al-Husayn (a.s.); Account of the Martyrdom of Imam al-Husayn (a.s.) by Abu Mikhnaf.
“Hajj Pilgrimage In the Mirror of Mysticism” by Ayatullah Husayn Ansarian , translated by Razieh Shivaei and published by Ansariyan Publications.
A collection of articles by The Institute for Compilation and Publication of Imam Khomeini’s Works (International Affairs Department) about Imam Khomeini’s viewpoint on religion and politics.
A collection of articles by The Institute for Compilation and Publication of Imam Khomeini’s Works ( International Affairs Department).
By John Davenport, Amina Inloes
This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality.We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
Publisher: Islamic Centre of England
Format: Paperback 228 pages
Dimensions: 136mm x 210mm
Publication date: 30 September 2013
Publication City/Country: London
This is a small counter that is very useful for doing tasbih in large numbers.
An outstanding discourse on the event of Ghadir written by the great Shaheed Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr.
Publisher: Ansariyan Publications
ISBN: 978 964 438 177 5
Written by Shaykh Ali Al-Hakim, this is extensive book based on questions and answers surrounding the theme of Imam Mahdi (atf), the 12th Imam who is to return at the end of time to fill the Earth with justice.
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Al-Mansuri; 1st edition (2003)
Product Dimensions: 23 x 17 x 1.2 cm
This book aims to briefly address main issues related to Islam. The ideas presented here are based on common sources among the Muslims and unless otherwise mentioned, they represent Muslim faith in its most general form and are thought to be accepted by all. Though simply and clearly written, this is an outcome of twenty five years of involvement in Islamic studies, and based on the author's experience in giving talks to Muslims and non-Muslims in the west. The first chapter studies the sources of Islamic thought, i.e. the Qur'an, the Sunnah and reason. The chapter continues by explaining the second most important source, i.e. the Sunnah, which includes the sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad. In this chapter there is also a discussion about the household of the Prophet (Ahlul Bayt) and their role in presenting the sunnah. Then there follows a discussion about the importance of reason and its role in understanding Islamic beliefs, values and practical laws. The second chapter studies fundamental doctrines of Islam, i.e. unity of God, prophethood and resurrection which constitute the principles of religion for Islam and other divine religions. In this chapter there is also a discussion about some of the doctrinal differences among Muslims on issues such as imamate. The third chapter is a very brief account of practices along with brief references to the objectives and principles underlying them. These practices are in principle shared by all Muslims, though there may be some differences in particulars among different Islamic schools. The fourth chapter studies some aspects of Islamic moral system and ends with reference to some of the outcomes of living a life of faith along with significance of supplication. The fifth and final chapter is a short discussion about the Muslim world today. This chapter starts with a brief account of the latest statistics about the present Muslim population of the world and goes on with a brief study of holy cities for Muslims.
Paperback: 90 pages
Publisher: Islamic Centre of England; First edition (5 July 2007)
Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 13 x 0.8 cm
Written by Shaykh Mohammad Ali Shomali, this is a brief introduction to the main issues related to Islam in general and Shi’i Islam in particular. It studies the origins, fundamental doctrines and main practices of Shi’i Islam, and its sources and objectives from the Quran and the Sunnah.
Paperback: 87 pages
Product Dimensions: 20 x 13 x 0.6 cm
A well structured book explaining the tenets and faith of Islam by Yousuf N. Lalljee.
Paperback: 256 pages
Product Dimensions: 21 x 14 x 1 cm
The Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks 1991-96 and Beyond by Helena Cobban
Sexual Ethics in Islam and in the Western World by Murtada Mutahhari translated by Muhammad Khurshid Ali
This is essential reading for anyone who wants to know the Islamic perspective on sexuality.
Thirty Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence by Ayatollah Sayyid Fadhel Hosseini Milani recorded and edited by Amar Hegedus.
Written by Dr. Fakhri Mashkoor and translated by Majeed Muhammad.
This book tries to answer some serious questions and responds to related doubts concerning faith and belief in God. It is recommended for those suffering from unacceptable interactions with religious people and those who would like to be more familiar with the true nature of religion. It also discusses the reasons why some religious people let others go astray.
Salman Al-Farsi; A short story of his life by sayed A. A. Razavi
A modest attempt has been made in the pages of this book to depict the life of Salman the Persian from sources which were readily available. It puts the focus on his love of Allah, his unflagging quest for the eternal truths; his “discovery” of Islam and his allegiance to it; his devotion to Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah; and his irrevocable “alignment” with justice, truth and simplicity.
Islamic Teachings in Brief by Allamah Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Tabataba'i as translated by Muzhgan Jalali
This book, written in a relatively simple language, presents a summary of the teachings of Islam to provide some information for those who are not able to examine Islamic matters deeply in a specialized manner.
Shi’ism: Imamate & Wilayat by sayyid Muhammad Rizvi
The path of Islam contains a most comprehensive and total system of conduct for the wayfarer. The outer behavior of a true Muslim reflects what is deep in his inner consciousness.
الإمام علي (ع) المختار من حياته و سيرته
الشيخ فضل الله الحائري
الإمام علي (ع) المختار من بينه و حكمه
جمع بإرشاد الشيخ فضل الله الحائري
الإمام الحسين (ع) وارث ادما
تأليف د. علي شريعتي
ترجمة علي الحسيني
قسم الاول و الثاني
مؤسسة دار الكتاب الاسلامي
ادب الحسين و حماسته
تأليف احمد الهمداني
مؤسسة النشر الاسلامي تابعة لجماعة المدرسين في قم
مجموعة مختارة من اشعار الامام الحسين في المناسبات المختلفة
Uyun Akhbar Al-Reza
The Source of Traditions On Imam Reza (a.s)
By Abu Ja'far Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Hussein ibn Musa ibn Babawayh al-Qummi known as Sheikh Sadooq
Research and Translation by: Ali Peiravi, Ph.D.
Passing Through the Dream… is a collection of short stories that fuses the culture of Western Europe with esoteric Islam. Enter a world where time and space melt away to reveal hidden truths: where the darkness of the twenty-first century is infused with the light of comedy and humour and where unexpected events can turn your view of life inside-out.
– A Glance at the History of the Shi’ite Ethics
– A General Scheme of Ethics in Shi’i Islam
– Moral System of Islam
– Major Values in the Qur’an
– The Concept of Love in Islam
– Self-Interest in Islamic Ethics
– Theocentric Ethics in Islam
– The Relation between Religion and Ethics
– Faith and Morality in Islam and Christianity
– The Image of God in the Qur’an
– The Qur’anic Proof for the Existence of God
– God in Islamic Traditions: A Glance at Al-Tawhid by Shaykh al-Saduq
– The Ontological Argument in Islamic Metaphysics
– Divine Justice
– Spiritual Direction: An Islamic Perspective on Self-purification
– Remembrance of God: The Only Way to Human Salvation and Prosperity
– The Principle and the Practice of the Remembrance of God: An Islamic Perspective
– Contemplation in Islamic Spirituality
– Reflections on Prayer: A Muslim Perspective
– Religion and Mysticism
By Mohammad Ali Shomali
– Divine Revelation: An Islamic Perspective on Divine Guidance and Human Understanding
– Is the Qur’an Human Words or Divine Words?
– The Word of God in the Qur’an
– The Inimitability of the Qur’an
– The Concept of Abrogation in the Holy Qur’an
– Jesus as Kalimat Allah, the Word of God
– Islamic Bioethics: A General Scheme
– God, the Living
– Human Life
– The Fundamentality of the Soul
– The Qur’an and Life
– The Goodly Life from a Qur’anic Perspective
– Respect for Animal Life in Islam
– Aspects of Environmental Ethics: An Islamic Perspective
– A Glimpse of the Character Traits of the Prophet Mohammad
– Prophet Mohammad as Portrayed in Nahj al-Balagha
– Prophet Mohammad from the Shi’a Perspective
– Subject of Love According to Prophet Mohammad
– Pearls of Wisdom: A Selection of Hadiths from Prophet Mohammad
The Disciplines Of The Prayer
By Imam Khomeini