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Muhammad al-Jibaly

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

Muhammad Al-Jibaly acquired a sound knowledge of al-Albanis fiqh and methodology through personal contact with the Shaykh and an extensive study, indexing, and teaching of his works. He Studied and maintained strong friendship with most of the late Nasir ud-Din al-Albanis prominent students from Syria, Jordan, and other countries (1983 to current). He has Authored many original books and articles in various areas of fiqh, `aqidah, manhaj, da`wah, etc and has Lectured at many conferences and seminars, in North America and around the world.



Sickness : Regulations & Exhortations



By Muhammad al-Jibaly

This book is the first in the series. It deals with sickness, which continues to afflict human beings from birth until death. Sickness strikes as light as a simple cold or allergy, and as hard as a plague or cancer. It keeps the human being under check, reminding him of his weakness and giving him a chance to turn to the One who possesses to afflict and cure. This book deals with sickness, its regulations, and lessons associated with it. It presents the Islamic stand toward a number of modern medical issues, and also discusses important regulations relating to those with disabilities.




The Dreamer's Handbook



By Muhammad al-Jibaly

This book starts by presenting a spiritual understanding of sleep from the Islamic viewpoint, which is followed by guidelines for recommended evening, pre-sleep, night, and morning acts of worship. The conceptual understanding of dreams is laid out next, followed by an analytical study of dreams in the Quran, and of dreams seen by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and by his companions (R). The rest of the book deals with dream interpretation, its correct rules and procedures, drills to help understand these rules, and a large glossary of interpreted dream symbols. This, we hope, fulfills two important goals regarding sleep and dreams: It establishes their understanding upon the strong foundation of the Quran and Sunnah, and it eliminates a great deal of superstition that surrounds them. Indeed, from Allah (SWT) alone we seek help and acceptance.




Life in al-Barzakh



By Muhammad al-Jibaly

This book is the fourth in the series. It deals with many important matters that have always perplexed the human minds, but that, as is shown in this book, have been clearly explained in the authentic Texts from Allah's Book and His Messenger's Sunnah. Among the subjects covered are the following: The Moment of Death, The Soul's Trip to the Heavens, The Final Test, The Righteous and the Sinful in al-Barzakh, Saviors from the Grave's Punishment, Communications with al-Barzakh and Things That Benefit the Dead.




The Final Bequest - The Islamic Will & Testament



Muhammad Al Jibaly

Writing a will is a religious obligation on every capable Muslim. It protects against many problems and conflicts that could arise after a person's death. This obligation is more emphasized in the West: Failing to write a well-founded will may result in the distribution of one's estate in discord with the Islamic law, and may lead to losses for some of the rightful inheritors. Because of this, we have compiled: 1) Useful authentic information on writing wills, 2) Practical ready-to-fill will-forms, and 3) A brief overview of the Islamic law of inheritane. Our hope is that, by this, we are presenting to the Muslims in the West a much needed service, for which we seek Allah's accetance and forgiveness.




The Beard Between the Salaf and the Khalaf



Muhammad al-Jibaly. 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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