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Muhammad ‘Abdus Salam Faraj
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 107 | Size: 4 MB

Mohammad ‘Abdus Salaam Faraj was born in 1952 in Egypt. He studied electrical engineering at Cairo University. Faraj was excuted by the Egyptian government in April 1982 for his opposition to the government and his Islamist activites. More details of his life and writings are forthcoming. In the meantime, the following quotes summarize the jist of the text in terms of Islamist theory. Most of the book makes use of passages in the Quran and the Sunnah to back up the many assertions made about aggressive Jihad to rid the world of non-Sharia law based political systems. The sample assertions quoted below are by no means comprehesive of Faraj’s argumentation, rather merely illustrative.

“Indeed the glad tidings regarding the establishement of the Islamic State and the return of the Khaliphate (Islamic State) were given by the Messenger of Allah, not to mention that they are part of the Commandments of Allah. Further, it is obligatory upon every Muslim to do his utmost to implement them.”
–Muhammad ‘Abdus Salam Faraj, Jihad: The Absent Obligation, p16

“Westerners have been deceived into believing that these modern values, Women’s Rights, Human Rights, Secularism, the separation of church and state, Democracy and Tolerance, are ideas they arrived at by having fought long and hard intellectually to rid themselves os such ideas as Islam suggests.”
–Muhammad ‘Abdus Salam Faraj, Jihad: The Absent Obligation, p41

“Allah revealed Islam in order that humanity could be governed according to it. Unbelief is darkness and disorder. So the unbelievers, if they are not suppressed, create disorder. That is why the Muslims are responsible for the implementation of Allah’s Law on the planet, that humanity may be governed by it, as opposed to corrupt man-made laws. The Muslims must make all efforts to establish the religion of Allah on the earth.”
–Muhammad ‘Abdus Salam Faraj, Jihad: The Absent Obligation, p43

“The infidels know that when Muslims realize what is truly expected of them in their religion, about fighting the infidels, it will mean the end of their amoral rule. Consequently they fight against Fundamentalism in every sphere and struggle to dislodge Jihad from its proper role in Islam.”
–Muhammad ‘Abdus Salam Faraj, Jihad: The Absent Obligation, p44

“The priority for the Muslims right now, the minimum for their religion is the establishment of an Islamic state, where they can establish and secure the rule of Allah. Once we manage to do so we will have presented an example to the rest of humanity of the rule of Allah’s Law to compare with the travesty of the rule of oppression.”
–Muhammad ‘Abdus Salam Faraj, Jihad: The Absent Obligation, p48

“It is permissible to make a raid on the disbelievers whom the call of Islam has reached without prior warning.”
–Muhammad ‘Abdus Salam Faraj, Jihad: The Absent Obligation, p79

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Imaam Ibn Kathir
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 221 | Size: 7 MB

This Book is extracted from the Book of Imam Ibn Kathir ‘Al-Bidayah Wan-Nihayah’ one of the most important texts written about the History of the World until the time of the author. As with many Translation of Ibn Kathirs Works this is an Abridged version without impairing the contents of the book. All of the Prophet’s battles occurred after the Hijrah, within a span of ten years. The Prophet sallallâhu ‘alayhi wa sallam had to fight in many of these battles. This book has a description of the Battles of Badr, ‘Uhud, al Ahzab, Banu Quraizah, Al-Muraisi, Khaibar, Mu’tah, Conquest of Makkah, Hunain and Tabuk.

Contents:

Translator’s Note
Preface to the first Edition
Preface to the second Edition
Introduction
The Battle of Badr
The Battle of Uhud
The Battle of Al-Ahzab
The Battle of Banu Quraizah
The Battle of Al-Muraisi
The Battle of Khaibar
The Battle of Mu’tah
The Conquest of Makkah
The Battle of Hunain
The Battle of Tabuk

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Thousands of Jews convert to Islam, from Rabbis to reform Jews, as well as Jews for Jesus, each after research, study and comparison, discover the Truth and Beauty of Islam and how Islam completes our lives, fills our spirits, and brings us closer to God and on the path of Righteousness. Included here are the testimonies of a few of our fellow Jewish brothers and sisters who have accepted Islam as their religion, Allah as their God, and Muhammad as the final Prophet, ameen.

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Nabil Abdel-Salam Haroun
Language: English | Format: PDF| Pages: 50 | Size: 2 MB

Why should an intellectual embrace Islam? We shall try to prove herein that the truth and perfect of the Qur’an, revealed between the years 611 and 632 A.C could not have possible been the work of Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him), the Prophet of Islam (Peace be Upon Him), nor of any human being in history. It could only have been an outside revelation of Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) from a most knowledgeable super-natural source. The role of the Prophet (Peace be Upon Him) did not exceed that of an honest Messenger, as well as a human model for all mankind. Our approach will be both scientific and historical. We shall repeatedly underline certain verses of the Qur’an that have stated or pointed to some modern scientific facts and concepts, in unequivocally precise terms. Such facts and concepts were beyond the reach of human knowledge at the time of revelation and for centuries thereafter. This establishes beyond doubt that the source of Qur’an is: Superior to mankind, Absolutely Knowledgeable, and Most Truthful.

Contents Page:

1- Laws of Science,
2- Life Cycles,
3-All in Pairs,
4-Nature of Cosmos,
5-Space Travel,
6-Time Relativity,
7- Sun and Moon,
8- The Earth,
9- Mountains,
10- The Sky,
11- Rain,
12- Water Sources,
13- Agriculture,
14- Zoology,
15- Embryology,
16- Breastfeeding,
17- Food and Hygiene,
18- Natural History,
19- Moses and Pharoah,
20- Prophecies Fulfilled,
21- Conclusion

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TheVista
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 13 | Size: 1 MB

You Ask And The Qur’an Answers: A beautiful book concerns some of the basic Frequent Questions, which are usually asked by non-Muslims, welcomed cordially the answers back are found in the Qur’anic verses (the word of Allah swt).

Contents:

Who is the Creator

Who is Allah

Did you think that Allah created you only for play and without any purpose

For what did Allah create mankind

What did Allah command us to do

From where shall we seek guidance

Who shall we invoke in time of disaster

What happened to the previous nations when they disobeyed Allah

Does Allah guard and save the Quran from corruption

Who should we worship

What is the religion of Allah

What is the religion accepted by Allah

Where does the Quran come from

Why did Allah send messengers

Do we have to believe in all the messengers

What happened to the previous scriptures

Who is the last messenger

To whom did Allah send the last messenger Prophet Muhammad PBUH

What did Allah prepare for those among the Jews and Christians who believe

What is the likeness of lsa (Jesus) before Allah

What did Allah say about Mary Peace Be Upon Her

Was Jesus crucified and died on the cross

Was Jesus the son of God (Allah)

How could you be secure

What is the life of this world

Whatever of blessings and good things you have , is it from Allah

How could you guarantee the blessings of Allah

How could you save yourself from a painful torment

Whosoever puts his trust in Allah , what will happen to him

What is the destination of the disbelievers

What is the destination of the believers

How could you be happy

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