Synopses & Reviews
ISLAM: QUESTIONS & ANSWERS: Basic Tenets of Faith (Belief) - Part 2This book, Basic Tenets of Faith: Belief (Part 2), is the second volume of a series of authoritative Islamic books entitled Islam: Questions And Answers. The overall series discuss issues relevant to Islam, and present accurate and reliable information based on the true beliefs and practices of the Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allaah be upon Him) and his companions. The objectives of the various books include: to teach and familiarize Muslims with various aspects of their religionto be a source for guiding people to Islamto assist in solving the social and personal problems of the Muslims in an Islamic context The books are directed towards Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Subject areas include, but are not limited to, Islamic fiqh and jurisprudence, Islamic history, Islamic social laws (including marriage, divorce, contracts, and inheritance), Islamic finance, basic tenets and aqeedah of the Islamic faith and tawheed, and Arabic grammar as it relates to the Qur'an and Islamic texts.The books are compilations of questions and responses about Islam, from both Muslims and Non-Muslims. The responses are handled mainly by internationally re-nowned Islamic shaykhs and scholars, including Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah, Ibn Katheer, al-Albaani, Shaykh Ibn Baaz, Ibn al-Jawzi and Ibn al-Qayyim, using only authentic, scholarly sources based on the Qur'an and sunnah. References, which include Haashiyat Ibn Maajah, Sharh Saheeh Muslim, Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa'imah, Silsilat al-Ahaadeeth al-Da'eefah, Al-Mawsoo'ah fi Ahaadeeth al-Mahdi al-Da'eefah wa'l-Mawdoo'ah, Al-Manaar al-Muneef and Fataawa Islamiyyah, are provided whereappropriate in the responses. The book also provides the reader with cross references of other pertinent responses not necessarily in the same volume, but also in other volumes of the series. However, each volume is complete in itself.
This book is the second volume of the series designed to teach and familiarize Muslims with various aspects of their religion. Subject areas include Islamic history, Islamic social laws (including marriage, divorce, contracts, and inheritance), Islamic finance, basic tenets of the faith, and Arabic grammar as it relates to the Qur'an and Islamic texts. (World Religions)