Best Mecca in Islam Books
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1. Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources
Author: by Martin Lings
A revised edition of the internationally acclaimed biography of the prophet Includes important additions about the prophet’s spread of Islam into Syria and its neighboring states Contains original English translations from 8th and 9th century biographies, presented in authoritative language Represents the final updates made on the text before the author’s death in 2005 Martin Lings’ biography of Muhammad is an internationally acclaimed, comprehensive, and authoritative account of the life of the prophet.
Based on the sira, the eighth- and ninth-century Arabic biographies that recount numerous events in the prophet’s life, it contains original English translations of many important passages that reveal the words of men and women who heard Muhammad speak and witnessed the events of his life.
Scrupulous and exhaustive in its fidelity to its sources, Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources is presented in a narrative style that is easily comprehensible, yet authentic and inspiring in its use of language, reflecting both the simplicity and grandeur of the story it tells.
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. God's Spiritual Warrior's Prayer Handbook: 52 weeks of soul-empowering prayers that will strengthen your armor for beginners and advance warriors
Author: by Dr. Rocky Spencer
Do you want to become a true warrior of God? If so, “God’s Spiritual Warrior’s Daily Prayer Handbook: 52 Weeks of Soul-Empowering Prayers That Strengthen Your Armor for Beginners and Advanced Young Christians and Christian Warriors” is the right book for you!
Did you know that becoming God’s warrior means contributing each day to the good in this world through both prayer and action? Did you know that your loving heart can battle evil the same way as you do God’s work in your daily life?
Did you know that you can maximize your spiritual potential with the simple act of prayer? But the challenges of daily life often get in the way of overcoming evil with good. The temptations of conflict, crime, illness, and personal weaknesses can break your spirit.
These temptations can unrest your mind and take away the inner peace, humbleness, and humility needed to overcome the bad and the wrong with the grace of God’s word. This book will show you how to become a true warrior of God.
4. 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.
5. Muhammad: A Prophet for Our Time
Author: by Karen Keishin Armstrong
The Man Who Inspired the World’s Fastest-Growing Religion Muhammad presents a fascinating portrait of the founder of a religion that continues to change the course of world history. Muhammad’s story is more relevant than ever because it offers crucial insight into the true origins of an increasingly radicalized Islam.
Countering those who dismiss Islam as fanatical and violent, Armstrong offers a clear, accessible, and balanced portrait of the central figure of one of the world’s great religions.
6. Levels of the Heart – Lataif al Qalb
Author: by Nurjan Mirahmadi
There are subtle energies and realities that are dressing the heart these are the Levels of the Heart (Lataif al Qalb). Shaykh Nurjan Mirahmadi has composed an exceptional work on the map of the heart, intertwining the teachings of its spiritual attributes and how they affect every aspect of a seeker’s path.
This book takes the reader on a spiritual journey in which you learn how to polish the heart and seek the light, eventually opening the Divinely realities within. Filled with invaluable treasures, this unique masterpiece invites readers from all faiths to step forward and begin the process of unveiling the true spiritual realities within their own hearts
7. The Islam Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained
Author: by DK
This comprehensive, accessible, and authenticated guide to Islam is essential to understanding the world’s fastest-growing religion. This essential guide to Islam covers every aspect of the Muslim faith and its history – from the life of the Prophet Muhammad and the teachings of the Koran to Islam in the 21st century.
Celebrating the scientific, literary, and artistic achievements of the Islamic Golden Age and the ideas of philosophers and theologians across the centuries, it opens a window on the Islamic world. Clear factual writing offers insight into terms like Sharia law, the Caliphate, and jihad; Sunni and Shia divisions; and Sufi poetry and music.
Images of Islamic art, architecture, calligraphy, and historical artifacts illustrate the articles while the Big Ideas’ trademark infographics and flowcharts explore and explain the central tenets of Islam, such as prayer, fasting, and pilgrimage. Modern issues such as fundamentalism are discussed in context alongside the work of peaceful traditionalists, modernizers, and women’s rights campaigners, among others.
8. The First Muslim: The Story of Muhammad
Author: by Lesley Hazleton
The extraordinary life of the man who founded Islam, and the world he inhabitedand remade. Lesley Hazleton’s new book, Agnostic: A Spirited Manifesto, is out now from Riverhead Books. Muhammad’s was a life of almost unparalleled historical importance; yet for all the iconic power of his name, the intensely dramatic story of the prophet of Islam is not well known.
In The First Muslim, Lesley Hazleton brings him vibrantly to life. Drawing on early eyewitness sources and on history, politics, religion, and psychology, she renders him as a man in full, in all his complexity and vitality. Hazleton’s account follows the arc of Muhammad’s rise from powerlessness to power, from anonymity to renown, from insignificance to lasting significance.
How did a child shunted to the margins end up revolutionizing his world? How did a merchant come to challenge the established order with a new vision of social justice? How did the pariah hounded out of Mecca turn exile into a new and victorious beginning?
9. The Road to Mecca
Author: by Muhammad Asad
In this extraordinary and beautifully-written autobiography, Asad tells of his initial rejection of all institutional religions, his entree into Taoism, his fascinating travels as a diplomat, and finally his embrace of Islam.
10. My Very First Duas From the Holy Quran: A Fun Way to Teach Your Child Duas from The Holy Quran (Islam for Kids Series)
Author: by The Sincere Seeker Collection
Dua for Kids; Quran Dua Book for Kids; Teaching & Learning Duas for Children from the Holy Koran in English & ArabicDua (prayer of supplications to Allah) should be a habit in every Muslim’s day-to-day affairs so they can talk to Allah consistently and build a healthy relationship with Him.
Dua prayer is a believer’s most powerful weapon, and remembering Allah (God) often is an act that draws one closer to his Creator; through praising Him, reflecting on His attributes, and seeking His forgiveness. Reciting Islamic dua in a daily routine is one of the most beautiful ways of remembering Allah SWT.
Through praising Him, reflecting on His attributes, and seeking His forgiveness, we can build a strong relationship with Allah. As parents, our goal should be to raise children who think and converse with Allah often, so they can grow up with a healthy Islamic mindset.
My First Dua from The Holy Quran will inshAllah take your child’s relationship with Allah to another level. This child Islamic book will teach your child some of the Holy Coran’s most popular duas in Arabic and English, along with a description and explanation of the dua- helping your child understand what the dua prayer for children means and when they should recite it in their lives.
11. In Pursuit of Angelic Power: A Path Towards Divine Healing Energy (Full Color Edition)
Author: by Nurjan Mirahmadi
Full Color , As heavenly beings, our souls are eternally in pursuit of healing energy through Divine and Angelic power. By understanding the origins of energy through light and sound, the seeker learns to attune to the guides of heavenly knowledge and discovers essential techniques to acquire and increase positive energy within our beings.
This one-of-a-kind masterpiece features over 300 full-colour images and diagrams, visually enhancing the reader’s journey towards spiritual ascent while illuminating its extraordinary teachings. This book examines transformational practices such as chanting, meditation, breathing, and becoming conscious of everyday habits that can elevate one’s circle of protection.
For the person seeking guidance towards understanding, building, and perfecting their heavenly energy, this exceptional composition is the perfect daily guide in which to enter into the oceans of angelic power.
12. A Concise Guide to the Quran: Answering Thirty Critical Questions
Author: by Ayman S. Ibrahim
What is so unique about Islam’s scripture, the Quran? Who wrote it, and when? Can we trust its statements to be from Muhammad? Why was it written in Arabic? Does it command Muslims to fight Christians? These are a few of the thirty questions answered in this clear and concise guide to the history and contents of the Quran.
Ayman Ibrahim grew up in the Muslim world and has spent many years teaching various courses on Islam. Using a question-and-answer format, Ibrahim covers critical questions about the most sacred book for Muslims. He examines Muslim and non-Muslim views concerning the Quran, shows how the Quran is used in contemporary expressions of Islam, answers many of the key questions non-Muslims have about the Quran and Islam, and reveals the importance of understanding the Quran for Christian-Muslim and Jewish-Muslim interfaith relations.
This introductory guide is written for anyone with little to no knowledge of Islam who wants to learn about Muslims, their beliefs, and their scripture.
Layla and Zayd Learn About Ramadan: A Children’s Book Introducing Ramadan (Islam for Kids Series)
Author: by The Sincere Seeker Collection
Ramadan plays a significant role in the Religion of Islam and a Muslim’s life, so kids need to learn about it early on. Layla & Zayd Learn About Ramadan by The Sincere Seeker Kids Collection introduces Ramadan to your children in a fun & engaging Ramadan story about a brother and sister’s first Ramadan experience.
Along the way, big sister Layla & curious little Zayd learn what Ramadan is about and why do Muslims fast in the month of Ramadan. The siblings decide to try fasting this year and the Ramadan story goes on from there.
The purpose of this book is not only to introduce Ramadan to your kids but to get them excited and to look forward to Ramadan and fasting. Parents should encourage their children to fast at a young age even if it’s only for a few hours a day during the month of Ramadan so they can begin to understand and appreciate the significance of this Holy month of Ramadan and to better prepare them for long hours of fasting in the future.
This book aims to spark your child’s interest in Ramadan. Grab a copy of this cute Ramadan book for Kids!Ramadan Mubarak! About The Sincere Seeker Kids Collection The most significant & longest-lasting inheritance you can gift your child as a parent is a proper Islamic upbringing & knowledge of Islam.
14. Rising Sun of the West: Kitab al Irshad – The Book of Spiritual Guidance (Full Colour Edition)
Author: by Nurjan Mirahmadi
Rising Sun of the West is an essential spiritual guidebook filled with invaluable knowledge of the elements within our cosmos. The author presents inspiring discourse, supported with over 1,000 full-colour images and custom diagrams, guiding the student through a comprehensive program of spiritual development.
The journey examines the Divine’s (Allah) most powerful sun of all universes, Prophet Muhammad , and progresses to an insightful overview of the stars, represented by the Holy Companions. These symbols of guidance lead us on the path to enlightenment and by applying the disciplines of the star, the willing seeker can unlock hidden realities of the soul.
This book encapsulates the importance of following the full moons, the spiritual guides, who dedicate their lives to reflect the sun and exemplify the best in character. It is ultimately through their guiding light that the student transcends life on earth and moves closer to realizing true cosmic awareness.
15. Islamic Empires: The Cities That Shaped Civilization: From Mecca to Dubai
Author: by Justin Marozzi
A history of the rich and diverse civilizations over fifteen centuries of Islam seen through its greatest cities. Islamic civilization was once the envy of the world. From a succession of glittering, cosmopolitan capitals, Islamic empires lorded it over the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia and swathes of the Indian subcontinent, while Europe cowered feebly at the margins.
For centuries the caliphate was both ascendant on the battlefield and triumphant in the battle of ideas, its cities unrivaled powerhouses of artistic grandeur, commercial power, spiritual sanctity, and forward-looking thinking, in which nothing was off limits. Islamic Empires is a history of this rich and diverse civilization told through its greatest cities over the fifteen centuries of Islam, from its earliest beginnings in Mecca in the seventh century to the astonishing rise of Doha in the twenty-first.
Marozzi brilliantly connects the defining moments in Islamic history: from the Prophet Mohammed receiving his divine revelations in Mecca and the First Crusade of 1099 to the conquest of Constantinople in 1453 and the phenomenal creation of the merchant republic of Beirut in the nineteenth century, and how this world is continuing to change today.
16. From Mecca to Christ: A true story from the son of the Meccan mufti
Author: by Dr. Ahmed Joktan
Journey with Dr. Joktan from his birthplace in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, to his current location in the United States. Dr. Joktan was raised in a staunchly religious Muslim home whose father was, and is, a widely known and respected teacher of Sunni Islam.
In trying to please his father, he memorized the entire Qur’an, the Muslim holy book, by the time he was thirteen. Dr. Joktan relates how Christ appeared to him in a dream at night. This culminated in his surrendering his life to Christ as the Son of God and Savior of the world.
I followed him through his rocky progression through medical school and how his father and family rejected him because of his newfound faith in Christ. It was gut-wrenching when his own father held a gun to his head demanding he renounce Christ and burn the New Testament.
I followed him through a number of assassination attempts, instigated by his family and government the price of daring to leave Islam. He was imprisoned, beaten, tortured, and shot at with bullets. When I first met him a little more than a year ago, his face still bore the scars of previous persecution.