My Store

The following are books that I have translated and have available for sale. Thank you in advance for your support:

Selections From The Garden Of The Wise And The Meadow Of The Virtuous by Abu Hatim ibn Hibban


This is a classical work from the 10th century (or 4th century according to the Hijri calendar) by the Imam Abu Hatim Ibn Hibban. In it he describes the praiseworthy qualities that the believer should strive to possess & the reprehensible characteristics from which the believer should flee.

I recommend this book for all my readers. It is full of timeless advice to guide the Muslim in his day-to-day life.

The Principle of Love and Desire by Ibn Taymiyyah


This book is one of Ibn Taymiyyah’s many important works on aqidah (belief, creed). In this book he explains how love is the basis of every action, every movement, and the basis of faith itself. He explains how important it is that your love is for Allah’s sake alone and he clarifies some of the mistakes and misguidances surrounding this principle.

The book is a very important read for everyone. It discusses a simple concept that is the root of Islam, but at a level of depth and detail that is rare.


The following are books that I have translated but do not have available for sale. You are welcome to click on the links to purchase on Amazon. If you do I will receive a small referral fee.

Fatherly Advice by Abu Walid Al-Baji

An-Nasihah Al-Waladiyyah – Fatherly Advice: The Advice Of Abu Walid Al-Baji To His Sons

This book was a letter written by the Andalusian scholar Abu Walid Al-Baji to his two sons. Not only is it full of priceless advice for the Muslim, but it is also an important reminder of a father’s responsibility to his children.

The shaykh opens his letter with the following exert:

” If Allāh blesses me with a long life, then there will be many more opportunities for advice, teaching, and guidance from me, and my success comes only from Allāh. Upon Him alone I rely, and upon Him alone, let those who would rely indeed rely. Your hearts and your heads are in His hands. However, if—as I believe is the case—my time is near, then what I have written here for you both is my last testament and my advice, and if you act upon it, you will be firm upon the manhaj of the Salaf aṣ-Ṣālih. You will succeed in the most profitable trade. You will obtain the best of the dunyā and the Hereafter. You will be blessed with Allāh’s protection in your religion and your dunyā. He will guard your life and your return to Him. I entrust all of your affairs to Him, and He is sufficient for me and the best disposer of your affairs.”

Ten Principles on Istiqaamah by Abdurrazzaq Al-Abbad

Ten Principles on Al-istiqaamah

Allah, the Most High said about istiqaamah:

“Verily, those who say: ‘Our Lord is Allah (Alone),’ and then they istaqaamu, on them the angels will descend (at the time of their death) (saying): ‘Fear not, nor grieve! But receive the glad tidings of Paradise which you have been promised! We have been your friends in the life of this world and are (so) in the Hereafter. Therein you shall have (all) that your inner-selves desire, and therein you shall have (all) for which you ask.’” (Fussilat:30-31)

This verse shows the importance of istiqamaah, because those who profess tawhid and then are mustaqim are promised all they desire in the Hereafter. So what is “istiqaamah”? Linguistically it is a word that carries a lot of meaning: in English, it means to be steadfast, upright, honest, sincere, proper, harmonious, honorable, upon a straight course, etc. In this book, Sheikh Abdurazzaq gathered the sayings of the scholars concerning this topic and organized them into ten easy to understand principles.

Contemplation of the Quran by Muhammad Bazmul

Contemplation of the Qur’an and Its Effect Regarding Purification of the Soul (Shaykh Muhammad Baazmool)

Allah, The Most High, said, “(This is) a Book (the Qur’an) which We have sent down to you, full of blessings that they may ponder over its verses, and that men of understanding may remember.” (Sad:29). People read the Quran and memorize it, but not many take the time and effort to contemplate it. Shaykh Bazmul reminds us that the Quran was primarily sent down for us to contemplate and understand it, and the effect it has on the heart and soul.

The Grave: Its Torment And Its Pleasure by Muhammad Al-Wasaabee

The Grave Its Torment and Its Pleasure By Shaykh Muhammad Al-Wasaabee

This book is a reminder to all of us of what is to come on that inevitable day that we are placed in our grave. The shaykh relays the hadith from the Prophet ﷺ about the punishment and the rewards that the believer and the disbeliever will receive whilst in the grave waiting for resurection.

Explanation of Umdatul Ahkam: Book of Zakaat and Fasting by Muhammad Bin Saleh Al-Uthaymin

The Book Zakah and Fasting : Arousing the Intellects With an Explanation of Umdatul-Ahkaam

Umdatul Ahkam is a compendium of hadith compiled by Imaam Taqiyy-ud-Deen ‘Abdul Ghanee Al-Maqdisee on the topics of fiqh. This book focusses on the topics of Zakaat and fasting and features an explanation of each hadith by Sheikh Muhammad bin Saleh Al-Uthaymin.

Explanation of Umdatul Ahkam: Book of Jana’iz by Muhammad Bin Saleh Al-Uthaymin

Arousing the Intellects with an explanation of Umdatul-Ahkaam (The Book of Janaa’iz)

This is a translation of another chapter from Sheikh Al-Uthaymin’s explanation of Umdatul Ahkam on the topic of how to perform a Janazah or Islamic funeral. This is an important subject because it is one Muslim’s right over another to be buried and prayed over in the legislated way, so we all need to learn how this should be done in accordance with the Quran and Sunnah.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s