Islamic Economics & Law

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  • Reliance of the Traveller


    Author: Ahmad ibn Naqib al Misri Translated by: Nuh Ha Mim Keller Publisher: Visions of Reality Year: 1994 Pages: 1232 Printed: Turkey Binding: Hard Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 1,185gr. Description: The in-depth manual of Islamic law based on the Shafi’i school of thought, with a detailed index and commentary on specific rulings. 1,200 pages…

  • Al-Muwatta–Imam Malik–Arabic-English


    Translated by: Aisha Bewley Publisher: Diwan Press Pages: 1164 Printed: Australia ISBN: 978-1-908892-43-0 Binding: Soft Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 1,750gr. Description from the Publisher: Al-Muwaṭṭa’ The first formulation of Islamic Law based on the behaviour of the people of Madinah during the time of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace,…

  • The Creed Made Easy


    Author: Shaykh Mahmoud Abu l-Huda al-Husainy Publisher: Sunni Publications Translated by: Ali Peter Keeler Year: 2020 Pages: 120 Printed: Netherlands ISBN: 978-90-79294-33-6 Binding: Soft Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 160gr. Description from the publisher: The Creed Made Easy A bilingual introduction to Islamic theology The Creed Made Easy is a concise and accessible bilingual treatise…

  • Al-La Madhhabiyya


    <bWhy Abandoning the Schools of Lawis the Most Dangerous Innovation Threatening the Sacred Law Author: Shaykh Muhammad Sa’id Ramadan al Buti Publisher: Sunni Publications Year: 2017 Pages: 154 Printed: Netherlands ISBN: 9789079294244 Binding: Soft Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 220 gr. Description from the publisher: In the last century, a movement has appeared calling for…

  • The Differences of the Imams


    Author: Shaiky al-Hadith Muhammad Zakariyya Kandhlawi Publisher: White Thread Press Year: 2004 Pages: 132 Printed: USA ISBN: 978-1-933764-08-5 Binding: Soft Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 190gr. Description from the publisher: If the Imams of the four schools [madhahib] established all of their rulings from the Quran and the Sunna, why have they differed on so…

  • The Inseparability of Sharia and Tariqa


    Author: Shaik al-Hadith Muhammad Zakariyya Kandhelwi Publisher: Madania Publications Year: 2011br> Pages: 220 Printed: USA ISBN: 978-1-936157-03-7 Binding: Soft Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 400 gr. Description from the publisher: The Inseparability Of Shari’a & Tariqa – Islamic Law And Purification Of The Heart How did Islamic law develop? What are the Foundations of Islamic…

  • Distinguished Jurist’s Primer (Bidayat al Mujtahid) Volume I


    Author: Ibn Rushd Publisher: Garnet Translator: Professor Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee Year: 1994 Pages: 619 Printed: Lebanon ISBN: 1-85964-138-5 Binding: Soft Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 1,320 gr. Description: Ibn Rushd’s Bidayat al Mujtahid occupies a unique place among the authoritative manuals of Islamic Law. It is designed to prepare the jurist for the task…

  • Al-Hadiyato Linnisa – Islamic Laws regarding Purity of Women


    Certain Islamic laws are meant exclusively for women. Most of our women are ignorant of these laws while some because of their modesty and shyness are prevented from asking others about these laws. Unfortunately, men also pay very little attention to such, laws. I have tried to explain the laws in very simple language. If you still have any difficulties then you should enquire from an Âlim if there is one amongst your mahram. If there is none, then you should ask your husband or any mahram to enquire from an Âlim to explain it properly to you and you can then explain it to the other ladies. This booklet has been prepared specially for women but a few laws are applicable to men and it is, therefore, advisable that men should also read the booklet and understand the laws because it is also their responsibility to explain these laws to their womenfolk. It is important that the ladies keep this booklet safely in their possession. (From the Concluding Note of the book)

  • Islamic Jurisprudence in the Modern World


    According to the author, the Law, or Sharia’h is not fixed in stone and should be re-interpreted according to the Qur’an and Sunnah for each era.

  • Ash-Shafi’s Risalah: Basic Ideas


    (Imam) Ash-Shafi was in many ways Allah’s gift to Islamic jurisprudence. He not only defined the Sunnah ‘as the model behaviour of the Prophet’ but also carried the technical and legal thought of Islam ‘to a degree of competence and mastery which had not been achieved before and was hardly equalled and never surpassed after him” .From the introduction

  • Economic Syster Under Umar the Great


    A treatise on Muslim economy in early seventh century

  • A Sunni Shafi’i Law Code


    The present book as per its title is a translation of Mukhtasar fil Risalah or Taqrib of a pre-eminent jurist, Abu Shuja Isfahani (d. about 500 H) of the school. This work can be rightly termed a code of law containing all salient elements of the law compiled in a most concise and lucid manner at one place.

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