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This concise work is a summary of Imam Abu Isa al-Tirmidhi’s Ash-Shamail al-Muhammadiyya, a widely-acclaimed work which details different aspects of the character and lifestyle of Allah’s Messenger (May Allah bless him and grant him peace).
By Sheikh Muhammad Abd al-Hayy al-Kattani
Edited & Annotated By Javed Iqbal
Translator : Aisha Bewley
Paperback 94 Pages
Publisher : Turath Publishing
Kitab al-Adhkar is the definitive compilation of words of remembrance and glorification of (dhikr), and supplicatory prayer to (du’a), the Lord of the Universe, as related from His final Emissary, the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah bless and exalt him).
By Imam Yahya ibn Sharaf an-Nawawi
Translation : Idris Esau, Safaruk Chowdury & Abdassamad Clark
Revised and Edited By Muhammad Isa Waley
Sub-Editor : Uthman Ibrahim-Morrison & Medina Whiteman
Hadith Referencing : Saleh Malik
General Editors : Yahya and Safira Batha
English Translation, Including the Arabic Text for the Dua’a
Publisher : Turath Publishing
Author : Imam Nawawi
Transalator : Mokrane Guezzo
publisher : Kube publishing LTD
pages : 200 pages
- ISBN : 978-1-90694988-4
- Publisher : White Thread Press
- Format: Paperback
- Pages : 70
This book is ideal for those who wish to read for personal edification as well as those who would like to conduct classes. Every ḥadīth is followed by a detailed explanation of its importance, its vocabulary, followed by its fiqh rulings, along with other insights that can be gleaned from it.
It is hoped that as the reader reads through the text, his understanding and appreciation of the Prophet’s words ﷺ will deepen, and he will also come to see the immense wisdom in Imam an-Nawawī’s choices. If Allah so wills, the reader will emerge with a broader and more thorough understanding of Islam itself.
‘I saw that I should gather forty ḥadīths that are more important than all of them, and they are forty ḥadīths that comprise all of that, each one being an immense foundation of the Religion and the scholars have described it by saying that Islam revolves around it, or it is half of Islam or a third of it, and so forth.’
Imam Abu Zakariya Yahya al-Nawawi
‘We were then determined to write a commentary on The Forty of Imam an-Nawawī, and add the fifty-first commentary to the other commentaries on these blessed ḥadīths, not so that it would be forgotten on old library shelves and become tasty food for insects and dust. Rather, we wanted it to become, with Allah’s permission, printed letters, words, and pages, so that it reaches the Muslim reader in the easiest script, the clearest method and the most beautiful garb.’
About the Authors:
He is the beloved scholar, Prof. Dr Muṣṭafā Dīb al-Bughā al-Maydānī ad-Dimashqī ash-Shāfiʿī, born in the year 1938M/1354AH in the district of Maidan in the city of Damascus, Syria. He specialised in Comparative Fiqh and the methods used in judging evidence according to different madhhabs. Amongst his teachers were Imam Hasan Habanakah al-Maidani and his students Khairu Yasīn al-Maydānī, Hāni al-Mubarak, Ḥusayn Khaṭṭāb, and Muḥammad Kurayyim Rājih while he was in Damascus.
Shaykh Muṣṭafā al-Bughā has authored and commented upon numerous books on numerous areas in fiqh and is well-respected throughout the Muslim world for his deep knowledge and charisma in discussing intricate matters. He has taught and lectured in many different Universities throughout the world, which includes, Qatar, Jordan, Malaysia, and Dagestan.
Shaykh Dr Muḥyī ad-Dīn Dīb Mistū, a professor and renowned author from Damascus Syria. He is regarded as the teacher of scholars and a respected lecturer at the Al-Fatḥ Islamic Institute, which offers undergraduate and postgraduate studies for both male and female students from all over the world.
To date, Shaykh Muḥyī ad-Dīn has either authored or co-authored eighty-two written publications of books and research papers. Most of his books are well known and used in Islamic institutions and universities throughout the world. While the majority are written in Arabic, there are some that are translated into Malay, French and Urdu.