Let’s us learn İslam (Hanafi Madhhab) has been prepared to cater for students of junior secondary school (7th class). İt is composed of 4 chapters:
1. The First one teach us the religion
2. The second one teach the belief (basics of our creed)
3. The third one shows a part of the exemplary life of our beloved Prophet r
4. The last one gives information about the good Muslim’s comportment and moral.
The most important things that give one s life a meaning are taqwâ (piety) and sincerity. Taqwâ is to curb one s fleshly desires and to strengthen the spiritual potential through prayers to God and doing good deeds for humanity. Hence taqwâ is required in every field of life, in our belief, worship, in our dealings with others, even in our every breath.
Let’s us learn İslam (Hanafi Madhhab) has been prepared to cater for students of junior secondary school (8th class).
İt is composed of 5 chapters: The first one and the second one teach the belief (basics of our creed) the third and fourth one teach the good way to accomplish the acts of worship and the last one teach us the good way of Muslim’s good comportment.
Islam invites all human beings and jinns. Everyone, regardless of race, skin color, gender, or national origin can become a Muslim. Islam classifies humanity according to their responsibilities and rights, and it considers that only two human nations exist: believers and unbelievers. It is by no means logical that a system sent for the bliss and salvation of humanity by Allah Whose mercy encompasses all creation be allotted to a handful of people while all others are left devoid of this bounty. This situation contrasts with the Rahman and Raheem attributes of Allah. The Noble Quran and the messenger of Allah (blessings and peace be upon him) said: God Almighty shows mercy to those who show mercy. Show mercy to those on earth so that those in the Heavens shall show mercy to you. (Abu Dawud, Adab, 58/4941; Tirmizi, Birr 16/1924; Ahmad bin Hanbal, II, 160) (O Muhammad!) We sent you not but as a Mercy for all creatures. (Al-Anbiya` (The Prophets), 21:107)
Let’s us learn İslam (Hanafi Madhab) has been prepared to cater for students of junior secondary school (9th class). İt is composed of 4 chapters:
The first one teach with more details than in the book for 8th class the belief (basics of our creed)
The second one the good way to accomplish the acts of worship concerning Fasting of Ramadhan and give Zakat
The third one give more details on the life of our beloved Prophet r (Siyar)
The last one give more detail on the good way of Muslim’s good comportment.
Islam: Spirit and Form, which throws light on the basic principles of Islam from the spiritual perspective, is a reference book in all regards. The book talks about the three important steps that take a human being to the presence of the Divine. Islam, the first of these steps, is to surrender. The second is submission, the state of mind that finds its true meaning once crowned with faith or iman.
My Wonderful Religion (Hanafi) which has been prepared to cater for students of junior secondary level (10th class) is consisting of four main chapters, The first chapter teaches us our creed.
The second chapter instructs us the proper manner of offering worship.
The third chapter presents a segment from the exemplary life of our Beloved Prophet.
And the fourth chapter provides information on the good manners a Muslim should adopt.
The friends of Allah do not seek publicity or praise from other people; Allah the Almighty Himself praises them and loves them. In elevating their ranks, He even regards those who love the friends of Allah, in reality, love Allah. Among these friends of Allah, is the Sultan of Gnostics, Mahmud Sami Ramazanoğlu of Adana. Through his deep love of Allah, all his actions were carried out in accordance with the Qur an and Sunnah of the Prophet , the Pride of the Universe. All the virtues of the blessed Prophet s character were united in this man; and so those who read his life story with care and consideration will, inshallah, derive benefit from doing so.
The Messenger of Allah (Peace & Blessings upon him has told: May Allah make radiant the face of someone who has heard what I have said, has learnt it by heart and has transmitted it as he heard it In this booklet entitled 99 steps to the top he authors wants to point out how important are the hadiths regarding the principle of law, guide and warning on the social moral and wisdom aspects.
The greatest fruit of the blessing of faith is to look at creation with the eyes of the Creator and to approach all creatures with love. This elevates the life of a human being to higher levels and causes him or her to enter a world of forgiveness, mercy and love. One can then spread love and mercy to all creation. Mercy is a fire that is never extinguished in the heart of a Muslim. In this world, it is the distinguishing essence of being human which leads us through the heart to union with our Lord…. A believer is always on the first line of every struggle which bestows peace to the hearts of others.
Such a mercy he was that his compassion and beneficence surrounded all humanity, even all creation. Such a mercy he was that he was granted to all souls and minds as a fountain of life, love and wisdom, knowledge, and learning adorned with endless blessing. Such a mercy he was that the Quran, a guide to the true path, was endowed through him. Such a mercy he was that he became unique among messengers in that he was the dearest to Allah and was granted with the spiritual night journey to heavens. Such a mercy he was that without him, all worlds would turn to a desolate desert. Such a mercy he was that the origin of creation emerged with his glorious being. All previous messengers came to know his glorious and blessed being. Such a mercy he was that all beauties bear reflections from him. No flower blossoms without having a piece from his light. None would exist without him.
Islam is a divine cast that shapes a person’s faith and practice but it also moulds his morals and social interactions.
A Muslim who therefor allows Islam to enter in his heart and soul and so in his life has values principles and direction. The thought of embracing the cold and callous commercial ways of capitalism does not even cross his mind. Capitalism urges him to recognize no other standard than his own self-interests.
What marks Islam out is the line it draws between Halal (legitimate) and Haram (prohibited).
This book based on a conversation between Altınoluk revue and the Cheikh Osman Nuri Topbaş, aims to warn against the most common mistakes made in today’s commercial life and advise a right way out.