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« on: Mar 16, 2011 08:54 AM »

Cordoba Academy for Classical Islamic Sciences
would like to inform the Muslim Community of one of its latest project to improve Islamic literacy in the Ummah:

The Knowledge-Seeker Library

The library currently contains over 70 classical Islamic texts from different genres with complete tashkeel (diacritics). More materials are being regularly added to the library in order to offer the avid student of Sacred Sciences the tools they require to continue on their blessed journey.

Some of the books that are currently in each of the following categories are:

Arabic: al-Ajrumiyyah

Fiqh: Muwatta (Imam Malik)

Usool Hadith: al-Bayquniyyah

Usool Fiqh al-Waraqaat

Quran: al-Jazriyah

If you would like to contribute to this project in any way, please email

"When the son of Adam (AS) passes away, his good deeds come to an end, except in three cases: an ongoing charity, knowledge from which people continue to benefit from or a righteous child who prays for him.” (Sahih Muslim)[/left]

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