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Islamic Reading List

Posted by on Jul. 30, 2012 at 1:59 PM
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Does anyone have any go-to Isamic texts that they like to read aside from the Quran? I feel like starting a list would be helpful for those seeking additonal knowledge of Islam (especially for those new to the faith).


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by on Jul. 30, 2012 at 1:59 PM
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ummh11
by on Jul. 30, 2012 at 3:21 PM
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After Qur'an in my personal opinion:

Tafsir Ibn Kathir (chapter by chapter of whatever surah you are reciting at the moment)

40 Hadith of Imam An-Nawawi

Al-Usool uth-Thalaatha of Imam Ibn Abdul Wahhab (for Aqeedah)

Al-qawaid ul-arbaa' (4 fundamental principles - to understand shirk and its ppl)

for new students: sifaatus salaatil An-nabee (Propeht's Prayer Described)
also hisnul muslim (fortress of the muslim) is very good to learn authentic duaa and is small and handy to carry it around

sahih bukhari, muslim
fath ul baree (expl of sahih bukhari)
umdahtul ahkam
riyad us-saliheen - - these are for when you progress from the first list as they are more bulky and thorough.
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bethanyb0325
by on Jul. 30, 2012 at 3:53 PM
Thank you, I was looking for some


Quoting ummh11:

After Qur'an in my personal opinion:



Tafsir Ibn Kathir (chapter by chapter of whatever surah you are reciting at the moment)



40 Hadith of Imam An-Nawawi



Al-Usool uth-Thalaatha of Imam Ibn Abdul Wahhab (for Aqeedah)



Al-qawaid ul-arbaa' (4 fundamental principles - to understand shirk and its ppl)



for new students: sifaatus salaatil An-nabee (Propeht's Prayer Described)

also hisnul muslim (fortress of the muslim) is very good to learn authentic duaa and is small and handy to carry it around



sahih bukhari, muslim

fath ul baree (expl of sahih bukhari)

umdahtul ahkam

riyad us-saliheen - - these are for when you progress from the first list as they are more bulky and thorough.

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ummh11
by on Jul. 30, 2012 at 6:20 PM
No problem =).

Although if you are a new revert i wouldn't recommend some of the books just yet as they are quite comprehensive and require some sort of prior understanding about rulings and concepts in Islam.

However you did mention you've been studying Islam for a number of years so maybe you'll be able to grasp a lot more than others?


Quoting bethanyb0325:

Thank you, I was looking for some




Quoting ummh11:

After Qur'an in my personal opinion:





Tafsir Ibn Kathir (chapter by chapter of whatever surah you are reciting at the moment)





40 Hadith of Imam An-Nawawi





Al-Usool uth-Thalaatha of Imam Ibn Abdul Wahhab (for Aqeedah)





Al-qawaid ul-arbaa' (4 fundamental principles - to understand shirk and its ppl)





for new students: sifaatus salaatil An-nabee (Propeht's Prayer Described)


also hisnul muslim (fortress of the muslim) is very good to learn authentic duaa and is small and handy to carry it around





sahih bukhari, muslim


fath ul baree (expl of sahih bukhari)


umdahtul ahkam


riyad us-saliheen - - these are for when you progress from the first list as they are more bulky and thorough.


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Nikah2006
by on Jul. 31, 2012 at 2:11 PM


THANKS

Quoting ummh11:

After Qur'an in my personal opinion:

Tafsir Ibn Kathir (chapter by chapter of whatever surah you are reciting at the moment)

40 Hadith of Imam An-Nawawi

Al-Usool uth-Thalaatha of Imam Ibn Abdul Wahhab (for Aqeedah)

Al-qawaid ul-arbaa' (4 fundamental principles - to understand shirk and its ppl)

for new students: sifaatus salaatil An-nabee (Propeht's Prayer Described)
also hisnul muslim (fortress of the muslim) is very good to learn authentic duaa and is small and handy to carry it around

sahih bukhari, muslim
fath ul baree (expl of sahih bukhari)
umdahtul ahkam
riyad us-saliheen - - these are for when you progress from the first list as they are more bulky and thorough.


peaceseeker84
by on Jul. 31, 2012 at 2:43 PM

Thanks so much, and I'm glad to see other sisters were wondering as well.

Quoting ummh11:

After Qur'an in my personal opinion:

Tafsir Ibn Kathir (chapter by chapter of whatever surah you are reciting at the moment)

40 Hadith of Imam An-Nawawi

Al-Usool uth-Thalaatha of Imam Ibn Abdul Wahhab (for Aqeedah)

Al-qawaid ul-arbaa' (4 fundamental principles - to understand shirk and its ppl)

for new students: sifaatus salaatil An-nabee (Propeht's Prayer Described)
also hisnul muslim (fortress of the muslim) is very good to learn authentic duaa and is small and handy to carry it around

sahih bukhari, muslim
fath ul baree (expl of sahih bukhari)
umdahtul ahkam
riyad us-saliheen - - these are for when you progress from the first list as they are more bulky and thorough.


ummh11
by on Jul. 31, 2012 at 3:08 PM
Ur all welcome =)

if you need any more info on these books just let me know xx.
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Lanab2005
by on Aug. 8, 2012 at 10:38 AM

 The Message of Islam. Here is a link to a PDF copy of the book. http://islamfuture.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/the-message-of-islam.pdf

The Islam for the Future has alot of other great resources/book for download.  Here is their link. http://islamfuture.wordpress.com/

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