Religious Books

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The book describes the history of slavery from a religious perspective. The author of this book is Mubashir Nazir. He has divided the book into six parts.

The first part includes introduction to the slavery, its types, its reasons and the method of increasing slaves.

The second part focusses on different forms of slavery prevailing in the world-before-Islam.

Part 3 explains the ways how Islam treated the slavery. How Islam established the institution of Mukatabat & State Fund? What steps were taken to increase the status of slaves? How the slaves and ex-slaves were absorbed in the Islamic society? What reforms Islam brought to deal with the war prisoners and women slaves? How did Islam abolish the Intellectual Slavery?

Part IV analyzes the institution of slavery prevailing in the Muslim world? Why did Muslim societies fail to continue the Islamic reforms to abolish both physical and intellectual slavery? What was the position of slavery in the Muslim world as compared to the Western world of that time?

Part V is about the slavery in the modern world. The author has discussed the abolition movements. He has discussed the ways in which intellectual slaves are made. He has also provided solutions to the modern slavery.

Part VI is about certain religious and intellectual questions about the Islamic teachings about the slavery.

The author has consulted several hundred books e.g. Religious Scriptures, Hadith, Fiqh, Rijaal, History to explore the issue.
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This book is based on the contents of an Arabic Book "Taisir Mustaleh ul Hadith" by Dr. Mahmud Tahan. First unit of the book describes an introduction to the Hadith arts. Unit 2-5 describe different types of ahadith. Unit 6 - 8 are about the art of "Jirh" and "Ta'adeel" which discusses the reliability of Hadith narrators. Units 9 - 11 discuss different aspects of Hadith-related arts. Unit 12 is about "Asmaa ur Rijaal" art. Unit 13 is about the logical criteria (Dirayat) to evaluate the authenticity of a Hadith.

The book is transformed by Mubashir Nazir into an Urdu text book for Hadith students. He has added two first and last units to this book. The book describes the logical procedure of assessing the authenticity of the Hadith of Prophet Muhammad صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم. It describes details of arts which were developed by the ancient Muslim scholars. According to German scholar Springer, no example of such arts is found in history of any other nation. We can get biographies of over 500,000 persons with the help of these arts.
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"Personality Development" aims to develop our personalities in the light of the finest ethical principles taught by the Divine religion. This program targets the audience of entire humanity regardless of their race, color, caste, nation or creed.

The model of personality development contains five units.

Unit I: Develop the relationship with the Almighty God and His prophets' : How a person should develop his relationship with his God? What is the true spirit of worship? How to be prepared to meet your Lord? How should we devote ourself to the teachings of God's prophets?

Unit II: Elimination of Negative Attributes from our personality: This unit is about negative attributes of our personality e.g. backbiting, bias, dual character, intellectual slavery, corruption, ostentation, suspiciousness, envy, extremism, vulgarity etc. How to get rid of all of them?

Unit III: Development of Positive Attributes in our personality: This unit is about developing positive attributes in our personality e.g. positive thinking, thankfulness, patience, constructive thinking, open mindedness, moderate behavior etc.

Unit IV: Human & Animal Rights: This unit describes our way of dealing with other people and other creatures.


Unit V: Development of our Vision & Worldview: This unit develops our worldview and vision. How the world should be?

The book is available in Urdu & English languages.
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Allah Walay (Saints) Sufi-ae-Karam is an excellent huge book of 500 pages on the life, teachings and words of wisdom of 08 great muslim saints (Sufi) of Islam who showed the light of straight path and turned thousands of non-muslim to Islam by their sweet words, kind actions and love. No matter where these sufis were in Arab, Iran or India, they did the one and same thing in less or more. They attracted people to their personalities first and then towards Islam. Soon the non-followers found out that Islam is the only true Religion from GOD (Allah) and they should live their lives according to Islamic ways. Even the Kings, Magicians and Hindu Jogis and Tantric of their ages could not move them from their rightous path: Following 08 great muslim sufi are include in this book: Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (Ajmer India), Hazrat Junaid Baghdadi (Baghdad Iraq), Hazrat Bayazid Bastami (Bostam Iran), Hazrat Bahauddin Zakria (Multan Pakistan), Hazrat Data Gunj Bakhsh (Lahore Pakistan), Hazrat Baba Fariduddin Masood Ganjshakar (Pak Pattan Pakistan), Hazrat Khawaja Nizamuddin Auliya (New Delhi India), Hazrat Mir Mohammed (Mian Meer) (Lahore Pakistan)
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Kitaab-ur-Risala is the first book in the art of "Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence (Usul-ul-Fiqh). The book was written by Imam Shaf-ee (150-204H / 767-819 AD).

The art of Islamic Jurisprudence evolved during 7th, 8th & 9th Gregorian centuries (first three Hijra centuries). Imam Shaf-ee was the first person who wrote a book on the principles, based on which Islamic laws can be derived. They basic sources of Islamic Jurisprudence are Quran & Sunnah. Additional sources are Consensus and Logical Reasoning. Imam Shafe-e has explained the procedure for using these sources.

In discussion of Quran, Imam Shaf-ee describes the procedure of determining general, specific , abrogating and abrogated directives. In discussion of Sunnah, he explains the procedure of accepting a Khabr-e-Wahid. In discussion of Ijtihaad, he explains the procedure of performing Ijtihaad. Moreover, he describes the procedure of resolving conflicts in Jurisprudence.

This book has not yet been translated into easy Urdu Language. Mubashir Nazir has translated this book into Urdu and tried to convert its style into that of a modern book so that a modern person can understand the content that was written 1200 years ago. Objective of this translation is to introduce our educated people with this technical discipline. An introductory chapter to Islamic Jurisprudence has been added to the book by the translator.
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