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For Brothers

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

Narrated 'Abdullah bin Umar: Allah's Apostle said,

"A Muslim is a brother of another Muslim, so he should not oppress him, nor should he hand him over to an oppressor. Whoever fulfilled the needs of his brother, Allah will fulfill his needs; whoever brought his (Muslim) brother out of a discomfort, Allah will bring him out of the discomforts of the Day of Resurrection, and whoever screened a Muslim, Allah will screen him on the Day of Resurrection . "

Volume 3, Book 43, Number 622

Brotherhood in Islam

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “You do not truly believe until you love for your brother what you love for yourself”. In this lecture, Shaykh Khalid Yasin gives beautiful examples of what it means to really love for your brother what you love for yourself. He advises us of the qualities or actions that we are lacking in, so that we may increase the brotherhood in Islam.

44 Ways to Manhood

Author: Taymullah Abdur-Rahman | Size: 9 MB

44 Ways to Manhood: Breaking old habits and building new personalities based on Quran and Sunnah. What does it mean to be a man in Islam? How does one truly attain manhood? What is the Muslim mans personality as per the Islamic guidelines? In this informative and enlightening book, based on the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah, Taymullah Abdur-Rahman presents 44 principles that Muslim men need to implement in their lives. This book will be a useful resource for Muslim men of all ages, as well as in study circles and family discussions.

Winning the Heart of your Wife

Author: Ibraahim Ibn Saaleh al-Mahmud | Pages: 62 | Size: 3 MB

Happiness is a feeling that resides in the heart. It is characterized by peace of mind, tranquility, a sense of well-being, and a relaxed disposition. It comes as a result of proper behavior, both inward and outward, and is inspired by strong faith. This is attested to by the Qur’ân and Sunnah. Happy marriages are fundamental to a stable family and for personal well being. This book is specifically written for men so that inshallah they can have succesful marriages

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The Beard Between the Salaf and the Khalaf

Author: Muhammad al-Jibaly | Pages: 18 | Size: 1 MB

This book is part of a series entitled, "Enter into Islaam Completely," which deals with various issues that are of importance for Muslim, but are underplayed or even slighted by many. When one of these issues is brought up, you often hear the objection, "This is merely an issue of peel! Let us only deal with the important issue of the core!" Classifying the teachings of Islaam into core and peel is a bid'ah that affects the hearts of the common people in a most detrimental way, and leads them to belittling many of the acts of worship and traits of the Islamic character, therby approving wrong acts and rejecting good ones based on a crooked scale that they have developed. Allaah commands the believers to adhere to Islaam in its totality.

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Scientific & Islamic Reasons for Growing a Beard

This book by Dr. Gohar Mushtaq provides a detailed study on the importance of growing the beard in Islam. In the present age, many Muslims are affected by the Western imperialism and media so much that they do not consider the beard as a symbol of Muslim identity anymore. The author has combined various disciplines in this book: tafseer, ahaadeth, opinions of Islamic jurists, history, social psychology, biology as well as comparative religion. The author's research is wide-ranging - from the history of the beard among various nations in the past and present to the reasons for the rise of beardless culture among Muslims. He delves deep into the psychological and sociological reasons which resulted in the negligence of this important Sunnah by many present day Muslims. To strengthen his case, the author has presented the recent scientific research done by social psychologists which shows that the presence of a beard on man's face makes him appear more attractive, intellectual, honest and heroic both in the eyes of women as well as men. In the beard, there is attraction, protection and perfection for men.

The Ideal Muslim

Author: Muhammad Ali al-Hashmi | Pages: 109 | Size: 1 MB

The ideal Muslim is a man of the highest moral character. In his relation with his rabb' (lord), himself, family, parents, relatives, friends, and the community at large, he has a most excellent example in the Prophet of Islam (pbuh). His idealism is further strengthened by the characters of the first generations of Muslims who excelled in all the various fields of human endeavour. He is reassured by the teachings of Islam that he also can reach these noble heights by working to improve his character daily.

In this title, the author gives a clear overview of the practical aspects of the Islamic lifestyle, as exemplified by the Prophet (pbuh) and his Companions (pbuh). Moving from the innermost aspect of the individual's spiritual life to his dealings with all those around him, one can see how the Muslim is expected to interact with all others in his life.

The Prophet Muhammad | The Best Of All Husbands

Author: Dr. Ghazi Al-Shammari | Pages: 93 | Size: 4 MB

The Prophet Muhammad, upon him be peace, is the most excellent example as father and husband. He was very kind and tolerant towards his wives. They could not envisage life, without him.. He was the perfect head of family, managing many women with ease, being a lover of their hearts, an instructor of their minds, an educator of their souls, he never neglected the affairs of the nation nor compromised his duties. The Prophet’s beloved wife, Aa’isha, said of her noble husband: ' He always helped with the housework and would at times mend his clothes, repair his shoes and sweep the floor. He would milk, protect and feed his animals and do household chores' Not only was he a devoted husband, he also encouraged his companions to follow his example: 'The most perfect of the believers in faith are the best of them in morals. And the best among them are those who are best to their wives.'

Maidens of Paradise

Author: Abdullah Nana | Pages: 37 | Size: 4 MB

The temporary life of this world is a great test for man. Temptations are many and man is weak. The possibilities of faltering and sinning are not remote. In this book, some of the rewards of the life Hereafter, especially those relating to the gorgeous, celestial, wide-eyed beauties - the Hurs (Maidens) of Jannat, have been set out in a clear and concise manner. By reading and pondering about the bounties of Jannat and its beautiful virgins, the youth will feel a renewed vigour to fight the carnal desires and strive for the pleasure of Allah . by doing righteous deeds. Further more, the beauty of the women of this world will appear pale and insignificant before the beauty of those stunning damsels of Jannat.

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Al Hoor Al Ayn

She is beautiful with big lustrous eyes. A virgin as if she is an emerald. She has loved no one and will love no one but you. She was created for you and only you. If her finger appears it would overshadow the moon. If her bracelet appears in a dark night, it would leave no darkness in the universe. If her wrist appears, it would take away the mind of every sane human being. If she appears between the heaven and earth, the distance between them would be filled by her scent, and if she spits in the oceans of the world the salt water would turn fresh. The more you look at her the more beautiful she becomes. The more time you spend with her, the more you love her.

Does it make any sense to learn about such a woman and not try to meet her? What about when you learn that you will be married not to one, but seventy two of the Hoor!

Growing the Beard - Bilal Philips

The Remedy for Excessive Love of Women
Shaykh 'Abdulhameed Kishk

Taking Hold of the Beard and Removing What is More than a Handful
by Ibn Abee Shaybah

Shaving the Beard; A Modern Effeminacy
by Dr. Muhammad al-Jibaly

Common Mistakes Made In The Way Men Dress: In And Outside Prayer
by Shaikh Mashoor Hasan Salmaan

The Position of the Beard in Islam
by al-’Allaamah Badee’ud-Deen Shaah ar-Raashidee as-Sindee

The Great Virtue of Lowering the Sight
by Imâm Ibn al-Qayyim

Men are the Protectors and Maintainers of Women
by Salmaan ibn Fahd al-‘Awdah

Male Circumcision in Islam
by Dr. Muhammad al-Baar.

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