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The Sahaabah were the companions of Prophet Muhammad (saw). They are described in glowing terms by the Prophet (saw) as the following hadith from Sahih Muslim shows: Book 30, Number 6159.



This collection of books is bound in one volume as above constitute one of the foremost guides of instilling piety and sacrifice among today’s Muslims, young or old. Faza’il-e-Ammal contains the books of Business, Charity and Hajj (often sold separately). Also nicknamed the Tablighi Travel Manual, or Tablighi Nisab (Advice of the Tablighi), this is the continuation of teachings (using Qur’an, Hadith, and other sayings) by Mawlana Muhammad Zakariyya.



The Prophet Muhammad(pbhu) publicly named ten men who he himself guaranteed would be in Paradise in the hereafter. One of these fortunate men was Abu ‘Ubaidah bin AI-Jarrah(rza). He was one of amongst who accept Islam in its early days in Makkah. He took part in the migrations to Ethiopia and Al ­Madinah, for the sake of preserving his faith. He fought in all the major battles of lslam and spent most of his life as a soldier fighting for the cause of Islam. He even killed his own father in battle when his father vowed to slay him for accepting Islam. Praising his character, the Prophet(pubh) said:

“Every Ummah has a trustworthy man;  Abu ‘Ubaidah is the trustworthy man of this Ummah”



These inspirational accounts are of those Companions who were at first unreceptive to Islam, and how their beings were transformed when Allah opened their hearts to the message. Stories include those of Abu Hurayrah, Abu Sufyan, Tufail ibn Amr and many more.



A 2000+ page compilation of events and incidents involving the Prophet (pbuh) and the Sahabah, meticulously categorized by the common lessons and morals these incidents symbolize. The author has organized together a vast amount of information to paint a vivid picture of the struggle for Da’wah of the Sahabah, and their religious training by the Prophet (pbuh), a picture meant to leave an inedible mark on the reader.



The third Khalif of the Muslims, known for his gentleness and modesty, ‘Uthman ibn ‘Affan came to be called  ‘Zu-al Nurain’ ‘he of the two lights’ because he was married to two of the Prophet’s daughters, at different times. During his time as Khalif, he ensured that the written record of the Qur’an was accurate and preserved.



Many Muslims who were weak and enslaved suffered inhumane persecutions in the early days of Islam. Yet, they remained steadfast and brave in their belief in Islam and support of Prophet Muhammad (S). Khabbab bin Al-Aratt (R) was one of these oppressed believers who had no hope of protection or safety except for their strong belief in Allah’s salvation. Khabbab (R) rose from the degrading life of slavery to become a teacher of Allah’s revelation and a warrior in the cause of Allah’s religion.



The life of the first child to accept Islam, who became the fourth Khalif of the Muslims, and of whom the Prophet said, ‘I am the city of knowledge, and ‘Ali is its gate.’ Renowned for his wisdom and ability to judge with equity, ‘Ali was also a great warrior on the battlefield and never lost in single combat. He was honoured by his marriage to Fatima, the youngest daughter of the Prophet Muhammad, blessings and peace be on him and on his family and companions, and it is from their children that all the direct descendants of the Prophet are descended



Khalid bin Al-Waleed was one of the greatest generals in history, and one of the greatest heroes of Islam. Besides him, Genghis Khan was the only other general to remain undefeated in his entire military life. This book was written by the late Lieutenant-General A.I. Akram of the Pakistan Army, in October 1969. The author learnt Arabic in order to draw on the earliest historical sources and he visited every one of Khalid’s battlefields in order to draw analyses from the viewpoint of military strategy, including reconciling conflicting historians’ accounts. The book was originally published by the Army Education Press, Rawalpindi, Pakistan and printed by Feroze Sons Publishers in Lahore, Pakistan. The excellence of the book was such that it has been translated from English into Arabic and is currently sold in bookshops throughout the Arab World.



This is the first volume in a series entitled ‘Stories of the Sahabah’ adapted by the author. This volume contains the biographies of twenty-one Sahabah who were promised paradise, as recorded in the ahadith. This series presents the lives of the Sahabah for younger generations of Muslims through rich and engaging stories.