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1. PROVING THAT TAKING WASEELA FROM THE DEAD IS SHIRQ - Mohammed Omar Shah

2. WOMAN SCHOLARS OF ISLAM (Read from page 17 onwards) - Shaikh Mashoor Hasan Al Salmaan


3. GUARDING THE TONGUE ( ahadeeth on fighting, arguing, back biting, taunting, etc) - By Imam Nawawi  


4. QURAN - SAHEEH INTERNATIONAL TRANSLATION (ENGLISH ONLY) 


5. THE VIRTUES OF QURAN - IMAM AL ALBANI


6. ATLAS OF THE QURAN - Dr. Shauqi Abu Khalil


This Book is like a 3-D tour to the places mentioned in the Quran and hadeeth, based on reliable sources. How many times have we read the Quran, and we come across a verse wherein Allah has taken the name of a place (e.g the city of Soddom - Lut (a.s)'s people and etc) and we wonder, where was this? Similarly how many times did we wonder on certain locations regarding battles, the places on which Allah showed his miracles? Well all of these and much more has been chalked out in this book. So now the reader who studies Quran or even reads through it, will know where did this action occur or where did this miracle happen. Thus the Atlas eliminates all the guessing and the fantasies we used to encounter when reciting the Noble Quran, and takes us to the specific place.


7. THE JINN AND HUMAN SICKNESS - Dr. Abul Mundhir khalil Ibn Ibraheem Ameen


The subject of the jinn is one which is of interest to many people. Folk stories abound, and many superstitious practices have arisen in Muslim cultures with regard to protection against the jinn. Many myths surround the ideas of the evil eye and envy, and there are many strange notions surrounding illnesses such as epilepsy and mental illness, which are often thought of as being caused by the jinn. This book cuts through all the confusion and identifies correct Islamic teachings on all these subjects. The jinn are real and they can indeed harm humans, but this book will teach you how to protect yourself in the manner taught by the Prophet (peace be upon him). Break free from fear, superstition and fairy stories, and familiarize yourself with the teachings of Islam on these important aspects of spirituality which the author presents here, drawing on the texts of the Qur'an and Sunnah and the writings of the respected scholars of Islam.



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20. EVOLUTION OF FIQH - ABU AMEENAH BILAL PHILIPS 

The origin of Islamic law and its evolution and the four schools of law (math-habs) are discussed in this work along with the reasons for differences among them. This is probably Bilal Philips best-selling work on the various schools of thought in Islam, including detailed facts, insight, and commentary on the four major madhabs as well as other, less-known madhabs in Islam. Includes mini-biographies on various eminent Islamic scholars the Evolution of Fiqh (Islamic Law & the Madh-habs), the author very clearly presents a brief overview of the historical development of Islamic law and its schools (the Madh-Nabs). The book identifies the main reason for the appearance of the Madh-habs and the factors leading to differences among them. For those to whom the Madh-habs have been a mystery, this aspect of the book will he extremely enlightening. Although the author sheds light on both the positive and negative roles of the Madh-habs in the past, the main message of the book is call to the understanding the differences (with an aim to remove them where possible)


Ameer ul Momineen fil Hadeeth has compiled a marvelous refute to those who deny that rafayaden is a tawattur act. Contains Ahadeeth and Athars proving rafayaden to be a confirmed mutawattir sunnah 


Contains ahadeeth and athars proving the recital of Surah Fatiha behind an Imam in audible and silent prayers both. 




In this book, Dr. As-Sallabi presents the life of the third caliph of Islam, `Uthman ibn `Affan, and highlights his great achievements, as well the issues and turmoil that he faced due to the hypocrisy movement that plagued the Muslim society. He also addresses the misrepresentations of `Uthmaan, fabricated by his enemies and detractors and perpetuated, inadvertently or otherwise, by writers and historians, as well as the activities of the hypocrites and the effort they put into fabricating these lies and causing division in the Ummah, the effects of which Muslims are still suffering today.
The study of history is of great importance, especially for Muslims who have been denied access to their heritage in many ways due to the upheavals that befell the Muslim world in recent decades and centuries, and due to tampering and insertions in their own books of history.
Usman ibn Affan was the fourth person to accept Islam upon invitation of Abu Bakr As Siddique. Thus he learned with the Prophet from the very beginning of Islam and faced much prosecution at the hands of his family and clansman. The Prophet (S) loved Usmaan so much so that he gave two of his daughters in marriage to him, earning him the title Dhun-Noorayn (carrier of 2 lights). Prophet said after the death of his second wife that if he had a third daughter he would have given her to Osman as well. The Prophet gave glad tidings of paradise to Othman saying that whatever he does after today will not harm him.
During his caliphate the Islamic empire spread far east into Azerbijan and south into North African and Nubia to name a few. During this time there were many achievements made in the Islamic empire including many canals, guest houses at different waypoints, and building of a much stronger Muslim army. He also established judicial and financial institutions to strengthen the Islamic empire. The last few years of his caliphate were however filled with great trials, which eventually led to his murder and division of the Muslim Ummah. 


By Ali Muhammad Sallaabee. The second caliph of Islam, ‘Umar ibn al-Khattâb faced more struggles than any other Muslim leader in the early onset of Islam. His life began in a time of ignorance and ended during the Golden Age of Islam. Under his leadership, the Muslim world was witnessing some of its most notable conquests in the history of Islam. The strength and resilience of Islam’s leaders were being tested, and ‘Umar ibn al-Khattâb’s true commitment to Allah shone to reveal an Islamic spirit unlike that found in any other Muslim leader. The standards by which he lived can teach us a lot about determination, hardship, and success.
This book was translated into English by Nasiruddin al-Khattab. From the Translator:
For those who would be leaders, this book offers the model of an ideal Muslim leader, one who felt responsible before Allah for the well being of all those under his rule, including his troops, women, infants, non-Muslim subjects and even animals. ‘Umar was a 'hands on' leader who kept himself informed and consulted scholars and experts before every major decision.
For the rest of us, this book offers a window into an exciting and important period of Islamic history, and it also reminds of an important lesson, that our strength comes not from wealth or money or status, but from our submission to Allah and our commitment to the path of Islam. 



31. DREAMS AND THEIR INTERPRETATIONS - SHAIKH ABU UBAIDAH & SHAIKH ABU TALHA

32. THE BIOGRAPHY AND WAR DESCRIPTIONS OF KHALID BIN WALEED - THE SWORD OF ALLAH - HTML FILE 

Download Pdf version (short bio) : http://www.kalamullah.com/Books/KhalidWaleed.pdf

33. WOMEN AROUND THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH - A BOOK DESCRIBING THE RELIGIOUS COMMITMENT AND BRAVERY OF THE WOMEN AROUND THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH

34. THE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTING A MASJID -  OMAR BAKRI MUHAMMAD 

35. THE BIOGRAPHY OF ABU BAKR AL SIDDIQUE - ALI MUHAMMAD AL SALLABI 

36. THE BATTLES OF THE PROPHET (S.A.W) - IBN KATHIR - ENGLISH 


Ibn Kathir. This Book is extracted from the Book of Imam Ibn Kathir 'Al-Bidayah Wan-Nihayah' one of the most important texts written about the History of the World until the time of the author. As with many Translation of Ibn Kathirs Works this is an Abridged version without impairing the contents of the book. All of the Prophet's battles occurred after the Hijrah, within a span of ten years. The Prophet sallallâhu 'alayhi wa sallam had to fight in many of these battles. This book has a description of the Battles of Badr, 'Uhud, al Ahzab, Banu Quraizah, Al-Muraisi, Khaibar, Mu'tah, Conquest of Makkah, Hunain and Tabuk

37. LETTERS OF THE PROPHET (S.A.W) TO DIFFERENT RULERS IN HIS TIME - Dr. GHAZI AL SHAMMARI 

Prophet Muhammad's letters to Emperor Heraclius, Chosroes II, Muqawqis, Negus, Governor of Syria and Ruler of Bahrain.



he signs of the Day of Judgment have been foretold by our Prophet (S). Ibn Kathir has collected all the prophesies of the Prophet (S) in his book Al-Bidaayah wan-Nihaayah. In this volume, we have presented from them the signs of the Hour and the events that are yet to take place, although mentioning very few examples of those prophesies that have already been realized.

39. BRIEF BIOGRAPHY OF AMEERUL MOMINEEN FIL HADEETH - IMAM BUKHAARI (A.S) - PDF 

40. TAFSEER IBN KATHIR - QURANIC TAFSEER - ONE OF THE BEST 

41. HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM JIN AND SHAYTAAN

42. COMMANDERS OF THE MUSLIM ARMY - BEAUTIFUL 

This book is about the lives of those noble Companions and Commanders who led the Islamic forces in the violent and strife-torn arenas of conflict against the Kuffar (disbelievers). They struck terror in the hearts of the enemy and the strong forts and palaces of Caesar and Chosroes trembled before their might. However in this compilation, there are not only the stories of the battlefields but also the stories of bravery and courage, valor and piety, austerity and simplicity. These stones describe the true circumstances that led the Muslims to fight snore powerful enemies than they were at that time. 

43. HOW TO PROTECT YOUR SELF FROM THE JINN AND BLACK MAGIC - WAHEED ABDU SALAAM BALY


This book first confirms the existence of Jinn, aspects of their existence, and the effects of their activities, their lifestyle, for both good and evil, benefit and harm. Secondly, it explains how to seek refuge with Allah in order to treat possession by Jinn and Shaytaan, it offers an explanation of the malady and how to cure it. A great distinctive work and one for every believer to own. Chapters Heading Include: Chapter 1 - Jinn: A Reality, Not an Illusion Chapter 2 - Possession (by Jinn): Its Fact and Treatment Chapter 3 - The Appearance of Shaytaan to the Prophets Chapter 4 - Shaytaan's contact with Mankind Chapter 5 - Shaytaan's Conduct to Corrupt Hearts Finally - You Should Know Your Enemy

Also see the Books linked at the end of this document : http://the-finalrevelation.blogspot.com/2012/07/duas-to-protect-from-evil-eye-buri.html

44. STORIES OF THE QUR'AN - IBN KATHEER - PDF 

45. QUR'AN AND MODERN SCIENCE - Dr. ZAKIR NAIK : FROM EMBRYOLOGY TO OCEANOLOGY 

46. FORTY HADITH ON DIVINE MERCY 

47. USOOL E HADITH (SCIENCE OF HADITH IN BRIEF) - Dr. BILAL PHILIPS 

48. COMPILATION OF HADITH - BY SHAIKH ABDUL GHAFFAR HASSAN REHMANI 


Ever wondered how did we receive the ahadeeth of rasool (s.a.w)? How did the collection of ahadeeth begin? How was it preserved, who transmitted it and how? there are a dozen of Questions for a Muslim. This document answers majority of those Questions. a must read. 


Please beware from this Author "Sajid Qayyum" for he is known for accusing and humiliating scholars by publicly exposing them for sometimes major and manier times minor mistakes. I have enlisted this document of his here because i believe in grasping good from wherever i can, but it is also my duty to warn readers from indulging in any of his group's or association's activity. 




 Bulugh Al Maraam is an excellent book compiled by the great Muhadith Al Hafidh Ibn Hajar Asqalani (r.h). He wrote it with the objective of compiling many of the Ahadeeth particularly related to ahkaam (judgements) of Islamic Shari'ah, i.e those related to worship, business transaction, laws of marriage and divorce, legal punishments and etc. 


A must read for every Husband and wife. Beautiful Indeed. 

Also see a detailed book written by Dr. Ghazi al Shammari: Prophet Muhammad, the best of Husbands 

Also see the refute and reply to those who mock and accuse the prophet (s.a.w) of heinous intentions for marrying so many wives. Learn the counter and background of these marriages from Dr. Muhammad 'Ali al Sabooni

Also see : Defending the marriage of Ayesha with Muhammad when she was 9 in the light of Comparative religion and modern science 

For rights of Women see serial # 62 below 

53. A 1000 BEAUTIFUL SUNNAH OF THE PROPHET (S.A.W) WITH EXPLANATIONS 

54. THE FIQAH OF ZAKAAT - EXPLAINED IN DETAILS - KSA UNIVERSITY 

55. THE VIRTUES OF THE FIRST TEN DAYS OF DHUL HIJJAH AND ITS RULINGS 

56. SUNAN AL NASA'EE - ALL SIX VOLUMES IN ENGLISH AND ARABIC WITH THE TAHQEEQ OF HAFIDH ZUBAIR ALI ZAEE

57. BIOGRAPHY OF THE 4TH KHALIFA OF ISLAM - AMEER UL MOMINEEN 'ALI IBN ABI TALIB - SHAIKH ALI MUHAMMAD SALLABI 


Succession to the Prophet...The murder of `Uthman and the quest for justice...The Battle of the Camel...Ahl al-Bayt...Caliphs and Imams...Moderation and extremism...
This book is far more than a biography, as it discusses major issues that have their origins in the early decades of Islam, the repercussions of which are still felt today. In this book, Dr. Sallabi guides the reader through a myriad of hadiths and reports, peeling away the centuries-old layer of fabrications and distortions through which hostile elements both in the Muslim world and beyond sought to conceal the truth. What emerges is a clear picture of the first great turmoil that engulfed the Muslim world and how the noble Companions of the Prophet and the members of his family worked together to resolve these momentous issues, following the guidance and teaching brought by the Messenger of Allah.
The true battle for hearts and minds is that which is raging in the Muslim world today, where many vested interests are seeking to distort the very self-image of the Muslims. It is high time for us to reclaim our history and to stop letting others tell it for us. This book is of great importance as it sets the record straight on a period of our history that is of major significance. Every Muslim who cares about the big issues faced by Islam and Muslims should read this book. 

58. THE HISTORY OF THE KHALIFAS OF ISLAM 

59. FAITH IN ANGELS - BY SHAWANA.A.AZIZ 

60. Sixty Six Ahadeeth pertaining to manners, righteousness & keeping good relations - By Shaikh Albaani : Silsilah Ahadeeth Al Saheeha 

61. Precious Ahadeeth on Manners and character in Islaam 

62. THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN IN ISLAM : SOMETHING WHICH NO RELIGION HAS AND NO COUNTRY HAD BEFORE A FEW DECADES 

(i)https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http://www.islamhouse.com/d/data/en/ih_articles/single/en_Women_Rights.pdf

(ii) http://d1.islamhouse.com/data/en/ih_articles/single/en_womens_rights.pdf

(iii) Clearing the Misconceptions about Women in Islam 

61.SCIENTIFIC MIRACLES OF QUR'AN : FROM MOSQUITO TO HUMAN DNA 

62.SCIENTIFIC CHALLENGES AND MIRACLES OF QUR'AN : COVERING ALL THE TOPICS SUCH AS EMBRYOLOGY, OCEANOLOGY, ETC IN A PICTURED ILLUSTRATED BOOK

63 : GREAT WOMEN OF ISLAM 

64. WOMEN SCHOLARS OF HADITH (read from page 17 onwards)

Also see : Muhaddithaat - Women scholars of hadith of Islam : http://the-finalrevelation.blogspot.com/2013/01/muhaddithaat-women-scholars-of-hadith.html

65. THE SALAFUS SAALIHEEN WERE NOT MUQALLIDS (BLIND FOLLOWERS) 


Provides 100 references of the past Ghair Muqallideen (those who did not do anyone's taqleed).

65. THE LIFE OF ABDULLAH IBN MUBARAK : THE SCHOLAR OF THE WEST AND EAST 

66. ALL THE PROPHETS ( JESUS, ABRAHAM, MOSES, ETC) PRAY TO THEIR LORD THE SAME WAY AS MUHAMMAD DID - BIBLICAL PROOFS BY AHMAD DEEDAT. 4 COLORED PAGES ONLY  


67. The Explanation of Forty Makkan Narrations : Compiled and explained by Talaal ibn Muhammad Abu an-Noor


Shaikh says "I decided to make this contribution by compiling forty Prophetic narrations that highlight the virtue of this blessed city and point out certain distinct rulings concerning it, and called it The Forty Makkan Narrations. In this book, I have attempted to make a brief and lucid explanation of these forty narrations as follows:

1. Providing an introduction on the topic of the Hadeeth.

2. Explaining alien words in the Hadeeth after mentioning them (whenever needed).

3. Summarizing the general meaning of the Hadeeth.

4. Mentioning the benefits and lessons of the Hadeeth" 



68. Miraculous Nature of Legislation in the Qura68. Miraculous Nature of Legislation in the Quran

Hence, when He legislates something, it must be of the highest ranks of wisdom. Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {Does He Who created not know, while He is The Subtle, The Acquainted?} [Quran 67:14]

Things become clearer when we contemplate the secular laws and systems that are too inadequate to handle human problems or cope with the needs and requirements of different times and situations. Therefore, those who establish such laws keep modifying, adding and deleting from them, because man is disposed by nature to deficiency and error. Man is also ignorant about the depths of the human soul, future developments, and the best practices and laws that suit humans at all times and places.
This is material evidence of the inability of humans to produce systems that amend their conditions and morals. It also provides unequivocal proof that the Quran is the flawless Speech of Allaah The Almighty that provides a perfect system, which can handle all people’s affairs and guide them to what is best for them in this world and the Hereafter as long as they adhere to its principles and teachings.

Allaah The Almighty Says (what means): {Indeed, this Quran guides to that which is most suitable and gives good tidings to the believers who do righteous deeds that they will have a great reward.} [Quran 17:9]

In general, the legislation contained in the Book of Allaah is based on three foundations:

First: Removing harm from six things (religion, soul, reason, lineage, honor and property).

Second: Realizing benefits; The Quran opens the doors to realizing benefits in all f

Third: Adherence to noble morals and sublime practices.



69. A Day in the House of the Messenger of Allaah


Most people today either exaggerate or are negligent in their love for the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam. They exaggerate until they reach the degree of Shirk (polytheism) by supplicating him, seeking his refuge, and so on. On the other hand, we find that some people neglect the guidance of the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, and do not take him as his role model. These few words are introduced with the aim of simplifying the biography and life of the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, so that the ordinary people may know him better. These few pages introduce excerpts and glimpses of the attributes of the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, and his virtues. All the attributes and virtues of the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, are not mentioned here, but we have focused on the aspects that are absent from people’s life sufficing with two or three relevant Hadeeths (narrations) on each topic. The life of the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, is a model for the entire Ummah (Muslim nation) and the optimal method of living.



70. Scientific Miracles in the Sunnah

71. FUNERAL RITES AND ITS PROPER METHODS IN ISLAM , DO'S and DONT's (A must read) : BY ABU AMEENAH BILAL PHILIPS

72. FUNERAL RITES (URDU) : SHAIKH AL ALBAANEE


74. AL FAWAAID BY IBN JAWZI (Words of Wisdom ! excellent, it does not contain novels and useless quotes, it is backed by qur'an and sunnah)  

75. THE BOOK OF FASTING AND ITS RULINGS  

76. ISLAMIC RULINGS ON MUSIC AND SINGING - Abu Bilal Mustafa Al-Kanadi 

77. Foundation of the Sunnah - Ahmad ibn Hanbal

78. The Great Rewards for such small deeds  - Excellent Compilation

79. REFUTING SHIAS : Al Muntaqa Min Minhaaj As Sunnah An Nabawiyyah

Here is another excellent book exposing the shia religion and its refutation. However it is in Urdu language. For those who want to delve  deeper into understanding the shia religion and its refutation by one of the best Ahlus Sunnah Scholar Ibn Taymiyyah (ra), should definitely read this book

80. FUNDAMENTAL BELIEFS OF THE SHIAS - Abdullah Muhammad as Salafi

An Amazing book for everyone who has no idea how disgusting is the Deen of his next door neighbor shia . A must read !!


81. THE RULING OF A TRAVELER Q&A : SHAYKH AL-JIBREEN

82. THE HAJJ & UMRAH FOLDER - A to Z DOCUMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS ON HAJJ & UMRAH


83 - Contemperory - Fiqhi Issues - Bilal Philips


84- Commentary of Imam Nawawis 40 hadeeth


85- The natural Blood - Menses related rulings - Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen rahimahullah


86- Hijamah (cupping) a forgotten sunnah - It's rulings and benefits


87- Limatul `Itiqaad - sufficiency in creed of Ibn Qudaamah al-Maqdisi - explained by Dr. Bilal Philips


88- The prophetic medicine and remedies - tibbe nabwi - ibn al-qayyim 


89 - Abdullah ibn Sabah the yahoodi diguised as shi`a - the father of shi`ism 



90 - Question and Answers about the shi`as aka rawafidh from Ibn Taymiyyah from his Minhaj as-sunnah (english) : http://www.sahihmuslim.com/sps/sp.cfm?secID=GSC&subsecID=GSC03&loadpage=displaysubsection.cfm


91- 
Fiqh of Hajj by Shaykh al-Albanee : http://www.mediafire.com/?iov84tmvu4qgtf6      



92 - The Magnificent quran a unique history of preservation


Contents
Foreword 
Preface 
Introduction
The Need for Messages from Allah 
1he previous Books of Allah
1he 'People of the Book'
1he nature of the previous books
The Final Revelation from Allah 
Revelation during Ramadan
Allah's promise to preserve the Qur'an
1he Muslims only follow the Qur'an
1he Nam es of the Qy.r' an
1he Qur'an is the Speech of Allah
1he Speech of Allah is eternal
Allah's Speech is with sound
Allah's Speech consists of words and letters
1he Message of the Qur' an
The Three Stages of Revelation 
The first stage of revelation
The second stage of revelation
The third stage of revelation
Gradual revelation to Prophet Muhammad $
The benefits of gradual revelation
Why were the earlier Divinely revealed books revealed instantaneously?
The Challenge in the Qur'an 
A literary and linguistic miracle
Human or Divine authorship?
What is a miracle?
Arabic literary forms
Why is the Qur' an a miracle?
The challenge in the Qur' an
The Qur'an is impossible to match linguistically
Is the Qur'an poetry?
Is the Qur'an ordinary prose (mursal)?
Is the Qur' an rhymed prose ( saj')?
How are stylistic variations unique to the Qur' an?
Compilation and Preservation
Memorisation of the Qpr'an during the lifetime of Prophet Muhammad ~
The writing of the Qur' an in Makkah
Teaching and memorisation in Madinah
Teaching missions to other cities
The writing of the Qur'an in Madinah
The first compilation of the Qur'an
Compilation during the rule of Caliph Umar ibn al-IZhattab
The Uthmanic compilation
Summary of the compilation and preservation of the Qur' an from 610 to 656 CE
The Qur' an Through the Ages •
Development of writing styles
Development of Qur'anic reading aids
Qur' an manuscripts written between the 7th and 8th Centuries CE
Qpr'an manuscripts written between the 9th and 12th Centuries CE
Qur'an manuscripts written between the 13th and 16th Centuries CE
Qur'an manuscripts written between the 17th and 20th Centuries CE
16 THE MAGNIFICENT QUR'AN
The Qur'an in Print 
The Qur' an Gallery 
Qur'an Binding and Markers 
References 

93) The influence of Ḥadīth on the architecture of early Congregational mosques  By Essam `Abdul rahman 


Table of contents
Acknowledgements .................................................................................... ii
Abstract ...................................................................................................... iv
Table of contents ........................................................................................ v
Transliteration used .................................................................................. ix
Glossary of early Islamic architecture terms ............................................ x
List of plans, illustrations and tables ...................................................... xii
Chapter 1: Introduction – aim, scope, questions and methodology ....... 1
1.1. Aim and scope............................................................................................... 2
1.2. Why Ḥadīth influence on mosque architecture has been underestimated? .......... 2
1.3. Problems with these views ............................................................................. 7
1.4. Questions of the study ................................................................................. 18
1.5. Methodology ............................................................................................... 18
1.5.1. Approaching Ḥadīth ............................................................................... 18
1.5.2. Studying early mosques ......................................................................... 22
1.5.3. How can the influence of Ḥadīth on the architecture of early mosques be measured? ............................................................................................ 23
1.6. Main points in the discussion ........................................................................ 25
Chapter 2: Ḥadīth and early Arabic sources – an historiographical discussion .................................................................................................. 27
2.1. The study of Ḥadīth ..................................................................................... 28
2.1.1. Definition ............................................................................................. 28
2.1.2. Perspectives on the history of Ḥadīth transmission – incentives and challenges ............................................................................................. 32
2.1.3.1 During the Prophet‟s life ..................................................................... 32
2.1.3.2 Under the Rāshidūn Caliphs ................................................................ 34
2.1.3.3 Under the Umayyads (41-132/661-750) ............................................... 39
2.1.3.4 Under the ῾Abbāsids (132-656/750-1258) ............................................ 46
2.1.3. Ḥadīth and modern scholarship .............................................................. 59
2.2. Sources for the study of early mosques ......................................................... 65

2.2.1. Examples of primary sources .................................................................. 72

Chapter 3: The ‘house of the Prophet’ or the ‘mosque of the Prophet’? ................................................................................................................... 82
3.1. Introduction ................................................................................................ 82
3.2. Two views................................................................................................... 83
3.3. On the sources ............................................................................................ 85
3.4. On „profane‟ behaviours ............................................................................... 86
3.5. Architectural points to consider ..................................................................... 88
3.6. Qur᾽ān and the „mosque of the Prophet‟ ........................................................ 92
3.7. Other mosques in the time of the Prophet ..................................................... 97
Chapter 4: The mosque of the Prophet in his time – an embodiment of Ḥadīth regarding mosques ..................................................................... 101
4.1. Introduction .............................................................................................. 102
4.2. Madīnah in pre- and early Islamic times ....................................................... 105
4.3. History ...................................................................................................... 107
4.4. Site .......................................................................................................... 108
4.5. Stages of building the mosque .................................................................... 112
4.5.1. Early stages of building the mosque ..................................................... 113
4.5.2. The mosque after changing the qiblah .................................................. 121
4.5.3. The expansion of 7 AH ........................................................................ 122
4.6. Components of the mosque ........................................................................ 124
4.6.1. Isṭiwānāt ............................................................................................ 124
4.6.2. Miḥrāb ............................................................................................... 125
4.6.3. Minbar ............................................................................................... 125
4.6.4. Doors ................................................................................................. 126
4.6.5. Apartments of the Prophet ................................................................... 127
Chapter 5: Specifications of mosque architecture according to Ḥadīth ................................................................................................................. 130
5.1. Introduction .............................................................................................. 131
5.2. What is the mosque? ................................................................................. 134
5.3. Mosque status ........................................................................................... 136
5.4. The virtue of building mosques ................................................................... 138
5.5. Craftsmen and workers .............................................................................. 142
5.6. Site .......................................................................................................... 143

5.6.1. Building mosques on or at tombs.......................................................... 147

5.6.1.1. The meaning and ḥukm of „taking graves as mosques‟ ..................... 149
5.7. Components of the mosque ........................................................................ 154
5.7.1. qiblah wall .......................................................................................... 154
5.7.2. Enclosure wall ..................................................................................... 155
5.7.3. Ẓullah ................................................................................................ 157
5.7.4. Raḥbah .............................................................................................. 157
5.7.5. The miḥrāb, „concave prayer niche‟ ....................................................... 158
5.7.5.1. Definition and Origin ..................................................................... 158
5.7.5.2. The ḥukm of its adoption .............................................................. 164
5.7.6. The minaret ........................................................................................ 168
5.7.7. Minbar, „pulpit‟ .................................................................................... 172
5.7.8. Doors ................................................................................................. 175
5.7.9. Khawkhah, „wicket‟ .............................................................................. 176
5.7.10. Maqṣūrah ........................................................................................... 176
5.7.11. Floor coverings ................................................................................... 178
5.8. Decoration ................................................................................................ 179
5.9. Spolia and the conversion of the places of worship of other faiths into mosques 193
5.10. Ḥadīth attitude toward visual and plastic arts ............................................ 198
5.11. Conclusion ............................................................................................. 205
Chapter 6: The influence of Ḥadīth on the architecture of the Rāshidūn mosques .................................................................................................. 212
6.1. Introduction .............................................................................................. 213
6.2. Architectural works of the Rāshidūn ............................................................ 217
6.3. Ṣaḥābīs‟ attitudes towards building ............................................................. 218
6.4. Examples of Ḥadīth consultation ................................................................. 225
6.5. The influence of Ḥadīth on the architectural features of early mosques .......... 235
6.5.1. Location ............................................................................................. 236
6.5.2. Builders of mosques and their awareness of Ḥadīth................................ 241
6.5.3. Components of the mosque ................................................................. 247
6.5.3.1. The miḥrāb, „prayer niche‟ ............................................................. 247
6.5.3.2. The minbar, „pulpit‟ ....................................................................... 248
6.5.3.3. Floor covering .............................................................................. 249
6.5.4. Plan and material ................................................................................ 250

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