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The ideas presented here are based on common sources among the Muslims and unless otherwise mentioned, they represent Muslim faith in its most general form and are thought to be accepted by all. The first chapter studies the sources of Islamic thought, i.e. the Qur’an, the Sunnah and reason.

The second chapter studies fundamental doctrines of Islam, i.e. unity of God, prophethood and resurrection, which constitute the principles of religion for Islam and other divine religions, and also a discussion about some of the doctrinal differences among Muslims on issues such as imamate.

The third chapter is a very brief account of practices along with brief references to the objectives and principles underlying them.

The fourth chapter studies some aspects of Islamic moral system and ends with reference to some of the outcomes of living a life of faith along with significance of supplication.

The fifth and final chapter is a short discussion about the Muslim world today, a brief account of the latest statistics about the present Muslim population of the world and goes on with a brief study of holy cities for Muslims.

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ContentThe ideas presented here are based on common sources among the Muslims and unless otherwise mentioned, they represent Muslim faith in its most general form and are thought to be accepted by all. The first chapter studies the sources of Islamic thought, i.e. the Qur'an, the Sunnah and reason. The second chapter studies fundamental doctrines of Islam, i.e. unity of God, prophethood and resurrection, which constitute the principles of religion for Islam and other divine religions, and also a discussion about some of the doctrinal differences among Muslims on issues such as imamate. The third chapter is a very brief account of practices along with brief references to the objectives and principles underlying them. The fourth chapter studies some aspects of Islamic moral system and ends with reference to some of the outcomes of living a life of faith along with significance of supplication. The fifth and final chapter is a short discussion about the Muslim world today, a brief account of the latest statistics about the present Muslim population of the world and goes on with a brief study of holy cities for Muslims. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UKThis book is based on Majlis-e-Ulama Shia folder for class 3. Any Madressa using this folder will be able to do wordsearches on following topics. (1) Names page 7 (2) History page 9 (3) Imam Zainul Abideen (as) pages 10-11. (4) Imam Baqir (as) page 14 (5) History pages 15-16 (6) Imam Sadiq (as) page 19 (7) Imam Sadiq (as) page 20 (8) Imam Kadhim pages 23-24-25 (9) ImamRidha (as) pages 28-30 (10) Imam Taqi (as) pages 33-34 (11) Imam Naqi (as) 37-38 (12) Imam Askari (as) pages 41-44 (13) Imam Mahdi (as) pages 47-49 (14) cities in saudi Arabia pages 52- 54 (15) Cities in Iraq pages55-58 (16) Baytul Muqqaddas pages 59-60 (17) Cities in Syria pages 61-65 (18) Raas pages 68-69  (19) Imam Hussain pages 72-90. This book can be easily be photo copied and can be used as handouts for anyone using Majlis-e-Ulama syllabus class 3 History. Ideal for teachers and parents to use for children HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UK  This work contains a number of speeches, articles, books, and question-and-answer sessions of the erudite professor, Haḍrat Ayatullah Muhammad Taqi Misbah Yazdi (may his sublime presence endure), which have been compiled, edited and published by the author on the subject of Wilayat al-Faqih. We believe that in the current status of our society, wilayat al-faqih constitutes the central pillar of Islam, and its safety contributes to the splendor of Islam and Islamic laws and values in the society. As such, we have decided to elucidate this theory, support it academically and logically, and enlighten the general public, particularly the young generation of our country who probably know very little about this theory and its ramifications, and thus discharge a small part of our religious duty. Likewise, we have tried to deal with all the aspects of this theory to address the subjects which we find significant and controversial. However, things like the brevity of content and the readers’ patience and the time that they have been taken into account as far as possible. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UKThis text begins introducing the (Duas) Definition of Prayer, and its importance. The author explains how prayers are accepted, and what acceptance of prayer can lead to in a believer's life. Beyond the literal recitation of the prayer, in this text we can find the etiquettes of prayer, and other aspects we must take into consideration. Want to understand and put your heart into your Duas, this book will help you to do just that, ideal for people living in the west, simple do along technique's. Topics covered 1 Definition of prayer 2 Requisites of Supplication 3 Obstacles and Hindrances 4 Lawful and Unlawful request 5 Supplication of Ahl al-bayt 6 Visitation: Its Monotheistic and Political dimensions. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UKThe Holy Koran English(Shia) Translation by S.V Mir Ahmed Ali and edited by Yasin t al-Jibouri Heavily subsidized by www.islamicthought.co.ukThis text offers a concise introduction to the author of Nahjul Balagha, to help aid the reader to better experience and understand the great Book itself. With carefully selected passages, self-introductory sermons by Imam ‘Ali (‘a), and free-style poems, the reader can gain a beautiful insight into the eloquence behind the thoughts and thinking of ‘Ali Ibn Abu Talib (‘a), as well as an introduction to the Imam himself. Subsidized by IEB of www.world-federation.org
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