Penned with a clear and readable style to make it easier for children and give them a longer lasting impression of the sacred words of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him-, the book makes use of a distinct technique in explaining the forty hadiths. Presented to the imagination of children are stories chosen from among edifying incidents, supported with illustrations. At the end of each story, there is a mention of a related hadith by Prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him. The book puts a wonderful method to use, to help children learn and embrace the hadiths of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him- quicker. The forty stories for each of the forty hadiths brings the words of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him closer to the language of children.
A result of a some diligent work, rather than presenting the life of Prophet Muhammad blessings and peace be upon him, the book instead brings to the fore his exemplary character; and searching for an answer to the question of how a perfect Muslim ought to be, seeks to present the characteristics of an ideal Muslim. In the words of the Quran, he is the uswat ul-hasanah, the quintessential example. His sublime morals reflect onto the beauty of his spirit and appearance. His deeds of worship, manners, propriety, courage and compassion all mirror his characteristic of being the quintessential example; so too his social relations and his conduct towards orphans, the elderly, women and the underprivileged. Offering the magnificent character of Prophet Muhammad blessings and peace be upon him- in a bouquet, the exceptional work by Osman Nuri Topbaş is set to tie afresh our bond to the Prophet blessings and peace be upon him.
He Ney (flute) that is mentioned is Rûmî s stories in fact represents the perfect man (Insan-i Kâmil). The stages a reed goes through from the reed bed to becoming a ney portrays the maturation of a human being, a representation of the steps of purifying the nafs (lower self) and refining the heart. In the same way that the ney is severed from the reed bed and this separation causes it to lament in pain, the perfect man, who has come from the realm of souls and enters a body made out of clay, known as the cage made of flesh, yearns for the original realm. Through this yearning a human being goes through ascetic discipline (riyâda), meditation (murâqaba), reflection (tafakkur), Divine love and tribulations until he reaches maturity and finds perfection.
Has been particularly developed for the Islamic Integrated Education Programme (IIEP) and Early Arabic Education. The contents have been skilfully selected, organized and written to suit the level of the learner. The unique strength of the book lies in the following areas: Covers the preschool Arabic curriculum (IIEP) for the beginner. Contains an excellent combination of stimulating activities, information and exercises. Contains illustrations that enhance perception and help relate to real life. Makes Arabis interesting and enjoyable to the learners. Simplified in a way that even those who do not know Arabic can use it. Those who were involved in compiling this book have many years of teaching experience and know the needs of the children. We pray to Allah to make this book bring light to all.
My Second Arabic Book İs the second little in a series of Arabic books based on early learning of Arabic language. The contents have ben skillfully selected, organized and written to suit the level of the learner. The main objectives of the book are: Make a child recognize Arabic alphabets and read them with their vowels i.e. fatha, kasra and dhamma. It is specifially designed to meet the needs of a growing child in acquiring a new language (Arabic) in the most simplest and appropriate way. Enhances learning of Arabic through stimulating activities, pupil s experiences and discovery. Makes Arabic interesting and enjoyable through application of Arabic consepts to real life situations. Helps the child grip with the names of familiar pictures and hence increase Arabic vocabulary. Contains instructions which make the book accessible to all. We pray to Allah to make this book bring light to All.
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.