A Dictionary of Muslim Names

Edited by Prof. S. A. Rahman
Pages 160 paper back

This dictionary serves as an excellent guide for responsible parents in their quest for appropriate and meaningful names for their children [baby/babies], of which the latter may feel proud when they to know their significance. You will get to see spellings in Arabic.

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Islam & Ahmadism – A reply to questions raised by Pandit Jawahar lal Nehru

Qadianism, or Ahmadism as its followers call it, was a rebellion against Islam – a sort of fifth column to destroy Islam from within. It was a British imperialist need to blunt Muslim resistance to the colonial power. The founder of the new faith, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, was never ashamed of his services to the British Empire.
Over the years a lie has been spread in the Subcontinent the Iqbal, the great poet-philosopher of the Orient and an ardent defender of pristine Islam, was a Qadiani himself! This lie has been lapped up by the Hindutva press in India.
This work shows that on the contrary Iqbal was forcefully opposed to Qadianism and regarded it as a rebellion against Islam. Here he responds to certain observation of Pandit Nehru (which are also reproduced).

Iqbal’s observations remain as relevant today as ever: they will help you understand why Muslims react so strongly against similar recent characters like Salman Rushdie and Taslima Nasreen

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Islamic Company Law – A Comparative Juristic Analysis

…The demands made by Muslim masses on their leaders to apply Islamic law in its entirety makes it imperative for

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Manipuri Muslims: Historical Perspectives 615-2000 CE

Manipur’s little-known Muslim communities have a long and rich history, dating from the time of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). In this exhaustive historical account, Farooque Ahmed traces the arrival of Islam in the region in 615 CE through the Prophet’s companion S’ad ibn abi Waqqas, an uncle of the Prophet, who also was instrumental in spreading Islam in China. Around the same time, an Arab Muslim family settled in the Manipur region and over the centuries Muslim traders, settlers and preachers helped the nascent community expand, flourish and thrive. These waves of migrations and local conversions coalesced into a unique identity of ‘Pangal Musalman’ reflecting the egalitarian and congregational ideals of Islam.

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Prophet Muhammad: The Role Model (Eight Lectures on his Life known as Khutbat-e Madras)

This work contains eight lectures on various aspects of Prophet Muhammad’s life. These lectures were delivered in October and November 1925 in Madras, hence the book is popularly known in Urdu as Khutbat-e Madras (Madras Lectures). Its author was a student of Allama Shibli Nu’mani and completed most parts of the legendary and unsurpassed Urdu biography of the Prophet, Siratun Nabi, in seven volumes, that he started.

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Scientific Commentary of Suratul Faatehah

Amazing discoveries by Dr Ebrahim Kazim in the Scientific Commentary of Suratul Faatehah, which is the very first Surah in the Holy Quran

by Dr E Kazim
M.B., B.S., D.T.M. & H., M.R.C.P.
Director, Islamic Academy, Trinidad

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Types of contemporary Muslims: Lax, extremist and moderate

Three types of Muslims exist in the world today: lax, extremist and moderate. The first, the lax variety, forms the

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What is Riba? (English)

A number of works deal with the issue of riba (usury) in Islam, but none of them is as comprehensive as this work which first appeared in 1936. This new edited version, together with Arabic and English translations, has been brought out in order to enrich the debate on this vital issue. The author, Allamah Iqbal Suhail (d. 1955), was a highly learned scholar of Islam and had deep knowledge of modern issues. He is known in the Subcontinent as a distinguished Urdu poet, freedom fighter and lawyer. With this background, he was most suited to deal with religious issues in the light of the requirements of the modern age. Allamah Suhail discusses the opinions of the fuqaha in detail and shows that they confused riba with muratala (barter) and sarf (exchange) which have little to do with riba. He shows that riba concerns only the bai al-salaf (credit/deferred) transactions. After a thorough discussion of the Islamic texts on the issue, Suhail puts forward his authoritative definition of riba and where it is applicable.

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ما هو الربا؟ (Arabic)

إقبال أحمد خان

A number of works deal with the issue of riba (usury) in Islam, but none of them is as comprehensive as this work which first appeared in 1936. This new edited version, together with Arabic and English translations, has been brought out in order to enrich the debate on this vital issue. The author, Allamah Iqbal Suhail (d. 1955), was a highly learned scholar of Islam and had deep knowledge of modern issues. He is known in the Subcontinent as a distinguished Urdu poet, freedom fighter and lawyer. With this background, he was most suited to deal with religious issues in the light of the requirements of the modern age. Allamah Suhail discusses the opinions of the fuqaha in detail and shows that they confused riba with muratala (barter) and sarf (exchange) which have little to do with riba. He shows that riba concerns only the bai al-salaf (credit/deferred) transactions. After a thorough discussion of the Islamic texts on the issue, Suhail puts forward his authoritative definition of riba and where it is applicable.

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