Best Islamic Law Books
Here you will get Best Islamic Law Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. The Sacred Path to Islam: A Guide to Seeking Allah (God) & Building a Relationship (Understanding Islam | Learn Islam | Basic Beliefs of Islam | Islam Beliefs and Practices)
Author: by The Sincere Seeker Collection
Do you yearn to build a closer and more meaningful relationship with your Creator? Do you seek to know the true Message and Wisdom of Islam? The work I present here for your consumption is more than a book; a collection of words meant to deliver glad tidings, to educate, and to perhaps warn.
It is a work driven by what I intend to be a sound and powerful Message. This message invites readers to think freely and broaden their minds; to contemplate and seek their own truth. This passage advises people, never to blindly follow any religion without first reflecting upon the faith in question and reasoning its true meaning.
Beyond all manner of faith and feeling, one must use their intellect to discover the truth behind all faiths. This passage is intended to draw and empower the sincere seeker of truth; the one that questions, reflects, and ponders his or her life’s purpose and questions his/her future and direction.
Islam, for example, is one faith that is misunderstood and misrepresented by many. Before one forms an opinion of Islam, one should question the thoroughness and truthfulness of his or her existing knowledge of this controversial religion. The Sacred Path to Islam Book seeks to connect people to the best Book that ever existed, the Holy Quran.
2. 30 days of learning and good deeds: (Islamic books for kids)
Author: by Bachar Karroum
A must-have for little Muslims – perfect for kids all year long! Let your child experience a positive learning journey and make 30 days become a lifelong habit, helping them become a better version of themselves. This book invites young ones to take action daily with good deeds, learn more about the Prophet, about His personality traits, discover more about Islam and read simple Surah of the Quran in English.
Great to help parents engage in conversation and teach the fundamentals of Islam to their children. Perfect for kids aged between 4-12, but also for anyone who wants to learn about Islam in a straightforward way. Each page in this essential Muslim book is divided into 5 sections.
Little (and big) Muslims will:1) Learn to become a good citizen and do well through good deeds. The book includes one good deed a day through realistic examples, such as helping with chores at home or giving a hand to a neighbor, everyone is encouraged to take simple action and do good during 30 days so it becomes a habit.
3. The Quran: English Translated Version
Author: by Atbae Alrabi
The Quran is, in its own words, light, which means that it is self-manifesting, with no need of an external source of illumination; other things need light to become visible and manifest. With it God guides those who pursue His pleasure to the ways of peace, and brings them out from darkness into light by His will, and guides them to a straight path The Holy Quran is the Holy Book or the Scripture of the Muslims.
It lays down for them the law and commandments, codes for their social and moral behaviour, and contains a comprehensive religious philosophy. The language of the Quran is Arabic. It is a compilation of the verbal revelations given to the Holy Prophet Muhammad over a period of twenty three years.
4. Slavery and Islam
Author: by Jonathan A.C. Brown
What happens when authorities you venerate condone something you know is wrong? Every major religion and philosophy once condoned or approved of slavery, but in modern times nothing is seen as more evil. Americans confront this crisis of authority when they erect statues of Founding Fathers who slept with their slaves.
And Muslims faced it when ISIS revived sex slavery, justifying it with verses from the Quran and the practice of Muhammad. Exploring the moral and ultimately theological problem of slavery, Jonathan A.C. Brown traces how the Christian, Jewish and Islamic traditions have tried to reconcile modern moral certainties with the infallibility of God’s message.
He lays out how Islam viewed slavery in theory, and the reality of how it was practiced across Islamic civilization. Finally, Brown carefully examines arguments put forward by Muslims for the abolition of slavery.
5. The Ultimate Conspectus: Matn al-Ghayat wa al-Taqrib
Author: by Abu Shuja' al-Asfahani
Islamosaic (May 11, 2013)
A translation of Abu Shuja’ al-Asfahani’s introduction to classical Islamic law, Matn al-Ghayat wa al-Taqrib. This enduring classic covers the full range of basic topics within the Shafi’i school of law. It includes the full Arabic text and notes to point out where later Shafi’i jurists have differed from the author, Imam al-Nawawi’s preferences, and minor clarifications and explanations.
6. Lessons from Surah al-Kahf (Pearls from the Qur'an)
Author: by Yasir Qadhi
The Qur’an is full of parables. Each one, when its meaning is unpacked and understood, offers wisdom and guidance. Surah Kahf, chapter 18 from the Qur’an, is particularly thought provoking, and Muslims are advised to read it at least once a week.But why?
And what can we gain from it? In this book Yasir Qadhi leads us through Surah Kahf, unfolding the lines, stories and symbols that have inspired people for over a thousand years: the people of the cave, Prophet Musa’s momentous encounter with Khidr, the two men and their gardens, and Gog and Magog.
And surely We have explained matters to people in the Qur’an in diverse ways, using all manners of parables. (Qur’an 18:54) Through Yasir Qadhi’s unmistakeable voice, modern Muslims may glimpse some of the Qur’an’s profound meaning. Say: If the sea were to become ink to record the Words of my Lord, indeed the sea would all be used up before the Words of my Lord are exhausted (Qur’an 18:109)
7. My friends eat pork…What about me?: (Islamic books for kids)
Author: by Bachar Karroum
Another great Islamic book for kids why can’t we eat pork? This is the story of Ahmad, a little Muslim boy. Ahmad does not eat pork and avoids dishes that contain pork meat. However, he notices that his friends at school do eat ham, bacon, pepperoni and starts to wonder why they are allowed but not him.
Ahmad wants to understand why Muslims do not eat pork while others can. While visiting his grandmother, Ahmad takes the opportunity to ask her the question. His grandma explains in a simple way what it means to be Muslim and why pork meat is forbidden in Islam.
The story of Ahmad and his quest to understand why he cannot eat pork is a topic that has never been treated before in Muslim books for kids. This story is based on the Quran and helps children understand more about their faith, learning the basis as to why Muslims do not eat pork while other religions allow it.
Kids will also learn not to criticize or judge others who do eat it. This Muslim book for children is great to help parents with basic Islamic education for their kids. Through this story, Muslim kids will learn: More about their faith and why pork meat is forbidden in Islam The importance to follow Allah’s instruction given by the Quran To accept differences and not to judge or criticize others who do eat pork meat
8. Reliance of the Traveller: A Classic Manual of Islamic Sacred Law (English, Arabic and Arabic Edition)
Author: by Nuh Ha Mim Keller
English, Arabic, Arabic
This is a classic manual of fiqh rulings based on Shafi”i School of jurisprudence and includes original Arabic texts and translations from classic works of prominent Muslim scholars such as al Ghazali, al Nawawi, al Qurtubi, al Dhahabi and others.
It is an indispensable reference for every Muslim or student of Islam who needs to research on Islamic rulings on daily Muslim life.
9. Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence
Author: by Prof. Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Islamic Texts Society
This third edition of the best-selling title Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence has been completely revised and substantially enlarged. In this work, Prof Kamali offers us the first detailed presentation available in English of the theory of Muslim law (usul al-fiqh).
Often regarded as the most sophisticated of the traditional Islamic disciplines, Islamic Jurisprudence is concerned with the way in which the rituals and laws of religion are derived from the Qur’an and the Sunnahthe precedent of the Prophet. Written as a university textbook, Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence is distinguished by its clarity and readability; it is an essential reference work not only for students of Islamic law, but also for anyone with an interest in Muslim society or in issues of comparative Jurisprudence.
10. Al-Muwatta of Imam Malik – Arabic English
Author: by Malik ibn Anas
The Muwaa’ contains a record of the exemplification by the last Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, of the message of the Qur’n, the practice (‘amal) of the people of Madnah of the first generations, a transmission of the ethos that permeated the city, and Imm Mlik’s painstaking clarification of the Sunna, the adths, the practice and legal judgements.
Ash-Shfi’ said, “After the Book of Allah, there is no book on the face of the earth sounder than the book of Mlik.” ‘Al’ ad-Dn Maghlay al-anaf said, “The first person to compile the a was Mlik.” Ibn ajar said, “The book of Mlik is sound by all the criteria that are demanded as proofs in the mursal, munqai’ and other types of transmission.” As-Suy followed Ibn ajar’s judgement and said, “It is absolutely correct to say that the Muwaa’ is sound (a) without exception.” Al-Bukhr and Muslim transmitted most of its adths and included them in their a collections.
The authors of the rest of the six books, the Imm of the adth scholars, Amad ibn anbal, and others did the same.
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Author: by William Antony
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12. The Message of the Qur'an
Author: by Muhammad Asad
December 17, 2008
This is the legitimate translation of and commentary on the Qur’an by Muhammad Asad offered by The Book Foundation, copyright holder of Muhammad Asad’s work. As a translation it is one of the most respected. As commentary, it is unsurpassed.
Muhammad Asad, born Leopold Weiss, was a towering intellectual figure and lived most of his adult life in Arabia and the Muslim world. He drew upon his extensive knowledge of classical Islamic texts to provide an illuminating commentary founded upon extensive linguistic, cultural, and historical knowledge.
13. Introduction to Uṣūl al-Fiqh (IOK Seminary Curriculum Series)
Author: by Sh Furhan Zubairi
This short book will provide a brief history of the development and codification of Ul al-Fiqh. It will examine the primary and secondary sources of Islamic Law, legal rulings, how they are derived and function, as well as a brief overview of the rules of interpretation.
The main objective of this booklet is to introduce readers to the study of Ul as well as create a deeper sense of appreciation for fiqh.
14. Women in Islam: What the Qur'an and Sunnah Say
Author: by Abdur Raheem Kidwai
Women in Islam is an attractive book of simple compilation of quotations from the Qur’an and Hadith collections that refer to or address women specifically. It engages the reader in a moment of reflection on the Islamic view of womanhood: her existence as a creation of Allah, her role as a positive stakeholder in building a God-conscious society and her capacity for attaining proximity with Allah.