Today we unfortunately find that fatwas are being falsely issued permitting some and even most types of riba (interest). These false, deviant and false fatwas are especially welcomed by some Muslim communities and individuals living in non-Muslim countries.
In this booklet, shaykh Abd al Aziz bin Baz clearly proves that all types of transactions with riba are strictly forbidden.
May the Muslims benefit from this work, so that they no longer get involved with riba in particular, and with all that Allah has forbidden them in general.
Author: Bin Baaz Translator (s): Department of translations Publisher: Badr Performance: paperback ISBN: 978-2-87528-007-7 Pages: 78
Today, the card game is widespread, to the extent that it has even penetrated many shabby houses. We mainly find it in cafes, relaxation areas and public institutions. What is the legal status of these games according to Islam?
Are they allowed or prohibited?
To these questions the reader will receive an answer from sheikh Al Salman (may Allah protect him)
Author: Mashur ibn Hasan Al Salman Translator (s): Assiya umm Ismail Publisher: al-Albania Performance: paperback ISBN:978-2-917027-24-0 Pages: 55
'No servant's eyes will tear for fear of Allah, unless Allah will protect his body from the Hellfire. When the tear rolls down his cheek, his face will never be covered by darkness or humiliation. If a servant were to cry in a community, Allah would save this community from the Hellfire by this servant's crying. Every act has a weight and a reward, except the tears; verily, these are extinguishing seas of fire! '
'Umar ibn al-Khattaab had two black stripes on his face because of the crying.
When Thaabit al-Boenaanie developed an eye condition, the doctor said to him, "If you promise me one thing, your eye will heal." Thaabit asked, "What then?" The doctor replied, "Don't cry." Then Thaabit said, "What is the use of an eye that does not weep?"
When 'Ataas-Saliemie finished the little ablution, he began to shake and cry violently. One day he was approached about this, to which he said: 'Verily, I am going to an awful business! Verily, I want to stand up to Allah! '
Al-Fudayl ibn 'Iyaad had become accustomed to crying, so much so that he sometimes cried in his sleep when the people in the house heard him.
Tobacco was originally considered a medicinal plant, but over time this plant turned into a poison and an ailment for all mankind.
Be that as it may, the Muslim has to face this ailment that destroys both the health and the personality of the believer. We thought it would be a good idea to devote a book to the place of tobacco in Islam. Is tobacco classified with the good or the bad for the people?
In this book we first give an overview of the history of tobacco and its ill effects. We then set out the general and unanimous opinion of the theological schools and Muslim scholars about the forbidden (haraam) character of tobacco.
We hope that this modest work will help us to wake up the conscience of people and to warn believers about the danger that lurks every day of their lives.
Author: Abdul Aziz bin Baz Translator (s):Um Ismail Publisher: Badr Performance: paperback ISBN: 978-2-87528-003-9 Pages: 80
It was an honor for us to see the noble Imam and scholar 'Abdul'aziez lbn Baaz (may Allah have mercy on him) his) to meet and sit in his company to ask him about the status of many medical issues that are often questioned by the sick and medical workers. We have done our utmost with Allah's help to verify the medical information. We then tried to simplify this information as much as possible and provide a clear outline of it, so that it can be easily understood by people who are not specialized in the medical field.
This book, the only one of its kind, is the work of the well-known imam and scholar Al-Hafiz adh-Dhahabi (peace be upon his soul)
The author warns of the dangers of sin and urges believers not to attach themselves to this worldly life and perishable possessions. Turning away from eternity is a great mistake and a trick of Satan! This work, reaching out to references to the Quran and the Sunnah, is attractive and strikes the reader through its many admonitions. It is certainly an effective means of fleeing the sin and temptations of the soul and following the path of righteousness, for Islam seeks to educate responsible and pious people. People who know that they are only travelers: their start at birth and end at the return to eternal residence, paradise or hell (May Allah protect us against this).