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Hajj and Tawheed
- Dr. Saleh as-Saleh [PDF]
Pages: 28 pp. (Paperback)
Hajj is to set out for Makkah to worship Allaah by performing certain religious rights in accordance with the Prophet's (peace and blessings be upon him) Sunnah. It is a time in which to call upon Allaah to purify the self from any worship to anyone other than him.
This booklet explains the basic rights of Hajj. It also notes that the tawheed of Allaah requires the Muslim to follow the perfect way of worship, demonstrated by Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and as understood by the Sahaabah who were the best of mankind.
A Guide to Hajj ,Umraa and Ziyaarah
- Shaikh Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah ibn Baz
It is a brief treatise on matters concerning Hajj, derived from the Book of Allaah, and the Prophet, sallallaahu ’alaihi wa sallaam. In their light it covers most of the points related to Hajj, Umrah and Ziyaarah. I have collected this material for myself and for all such Muslims whom Allaah wills and whom He guides. I have made my utmost effort to discuss these points in a well-argued fashion.
Power Point Slides for the Book "Hajj & Umrah from A to Z
" - Mamdouh N. Mohamed - AOU - 42 slides
Hajj and Umrah from A to Z - Author: Mamdouh N. Mohamed.
Published: (01-Jan-96) Pages: 93 pp. (Paperback) - Purchase Here
This book is a careful scientific approach that gradually guides pilgrims to perform the Hajj rituals very easily and smoothly. The design was developed through an educational perspective that handles all critical issues of Hajj rituals from a learners’ viewpoint, an approach that is always needed when high standards of accuracy are required.
The Rulings Concerning The Two Eids From The Purified Sunnah -
Shaykh 'Ali Hasan 'Ali 'Abdul Hameed al-Halabi
International Islamic Publishing House IIPH - Pages 82
Q&A format on legal rulings concerning the two Eid prayers.
'Eid is not but for ourselves to return to our religion until our last sanctity does return’. Eid is not but for us to become an Ummah in which none other than Muhammad is the leader. Eid is not but for us to prepare our souls for war, wherever these souls may be sacrificed. Eid is not but for our heart to become like stone towards the enemy. Be harsh against your enemy for by Allah, the enemy is obstinate. The Muslims are obligated by a duty from which neither lust nor stagnation diverts them. The Muslims the old, the young, from amongst the creation are the praise worthy ones.
Festivals & Celebrations in Islam -
- by Muhammad al-Jibaly
: Al-Kitaab & As-Sunnah Publishing (2005) - Pages
Festivals and celebrations are occasions of joy and happiness. They have their distinctive spirit in all socities and cultures, and are eagerly awaited and heartily welcomed by everyone.
The feeling of excitement associated with these occasions, however, causes people to introduce uncommon, strange or even bizarre practices during them.
Islam regulates the occasions to be celebrated and the methods of celebrating them. It maintains their atmosphere of happiness, while redirecting
This book discusses the two annual Islaamic festivals: Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adhaa as well as the weekly Jumu'ah. It presents the Islaamic guidelines for celebration according to the Quraan and Sunnah, and warns against innovated occasions and un-Islaamic festivals.
In addition to topics that are standard to 'Id celebration, such as the 'Id prayer and khutbah, and 'Id pastimes, this book discusses zakat-ul-fitr, the sacrifice, the blessed days of the month of Thul-Hijjah, and numerous other 'Id-related issues.
The broad and thorough discussions in this book make it an important manual and complete reference on festivals and celebrations in Islam. Indeed, from Allah (swt) we seek help and acceptance.
Praying 'Eid in the Musallaa is the SunnahShaik Nasiruddin Albanee
(Includes the treatise "Status of the Sunnah in Islaam") - by
Publisher: al-Ibaanah - Pages: 48 [Download PDF
Imaam al-Albaanee, May Allaah have Mercy on him, says in this book:
“Further more, there is great and profound wisdom behind this Sunnah – the Sunnah of praying in an open area of land. And it is that: The Muslims will have two days of the year where all the people of every city can gather together – whether men, women or children - and turn towards Allaah with their hearts in unity, praying behind one Imaam, making the Takbeer, the Tahleel and supplicating to Allaah sincerely together, as if they were united upon the heart of one man, happy and joyous about the blessing Allaah has bestowed on them. So the Eid will truly be an occasion of celebration for them.”