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« on: Oct 24, 2008 09:07 AM »


A masjid here in planning to start Fard al Ain classes in English. For the most part classes in Islam here are in Malay.

Could you guys recommend or suggest a few books on Fard al Ain here? [A basic book that encompasses Tawhid and Fiqh (of Tahaarah and Salaah)]

jazaakallah khayr

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« Reply #1 on: Oct 24, 2008 06:23 PM »

wsalam,

most people start with Al-Maqasid. I think they have a new version with commentary and notes too.

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« Reply #2 on: Oct 24, 2008 09:04 PM »

Asalamualaikum wrt wb,


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Another good book is Bulugh al Maram, by Ibn Hajr al 'Asqalani.  If you have a shaikh to explain the hadith, it would be very beneficial for you.


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« Reply #3 on: Oct 25, 2008 05:44 AM »

Thanks for the suggestions, but Bulugh al maram is a hadeeth compilation. a brilliant book, but not one for learning the basics of the Deen.

A few I had in mind was one by Yahya Emerick and another by Ghulam Sarwar - Islam: Beliefs and Teachings.

She recommended that cos she koows where I am, they are predominantly Shafi`ees.

The al-Maqasid looks good (of course it is, what am I saying!), except that it was translated by Mr. Keller.
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« Reply #4 on: Oct 25, 2008 06:06 PM »

wsalam,

the books you mentioned are very basic. they are mostly for new converts or someone wanting a very basic overview. if you want to begin real traditional fiqh learning from the shafi'i perspective the maqasid is the best book imo. just because it has a certain translator shouldn't scare you off it. if you go through it with ur teacher you'll be fine iA.
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« Reply #5 on: Oct 26, 2008 02:43 PM »

jazaakumullahu khayran.

I have forwarded Al-Maqasid and a few other titles for the Sheikh to choose from.
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