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This book, The Religion of Truth, treats these basic and great subjects. We should know that the only way for our salvation in this life and in the hereafter is to know, for sure, our Lord who created us, believe in Him, and worship Him Alone. We should also know our prophet whom Allah had sent to us and to mankind, believe in Him and follow him. We should know the Religion of Truth which our Lord has commanded us to believe in and practice it.


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


Short Description: During the annual event of Eid al-Adha, millions of Muslims join together in similar act of performing the Udhiyah, so what are the Ruling of al-Udhiyah? What are the Conditions of al-Udhiyah? What should the Muslim avoid in the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah if he wants to offer a sacrifice?. These questions and more pertaining this great act of worship are getting answered in this book.


Communiqué from Hizb ut-Tahrir to Colonel Gadaffi by team.


The book explains in fine detail, topics such as the islamic view of economy and its objectives, the rule of the lands, the need for the gold standard and how foreign trade is to be conducted. The soul sources of adopting the rules mentioned in this book are the book of Allah and the Sunnah of his Messenger Ijma\’a as-Sahabah and analogy.;The book also produces an eloquent rebuttal of both the Capitalist and Socialist economic systems, exposing their defects and contradictions with Islam.



Since its inception in 1947, Pakistan has fluctuated from one crisis to another. Indeed, its very existence
has been a painful one, punctuated by periods of superficial progress and on the surface the emergence as a
meaningful player on the international scene. Nothing exemplifies this more than the Pakistan’s economic
legacy. Created over 50 years ago Pakistan has failed to develop its economy on a similar trajectory to that
of its contemporary peers. The result of this failure has been that tens of millions of Pakistanis today
languish in unprecedented levels of poverty, poor health and illiteracy. The country is plagued by
corruption and saddled with debt to both internal and external creditors at overwhelming rates of interest.
Far from improving, the situation is steadily deteriorating, weakening Pakistan further and leaving it
exposed to manipulative foreign entities such as the IMF and other international institutions and nations.
The very real effects of this today include load shedding of electricity in major cities for over 14 hours at a
time, a near default on financial obligations and harrowing cases of human tragedy ranging from suicide to
selling offspring due to crushing poverty and sheer desperation.


Excerpt: The struggle between the Islamic Ummah as one Ummah and the Kuffar as peoples and nations continued for thirteen consecutive centuries. The conflict between Islam as a Deen, her unique way of life and Kufr also continued throughout these past thirteen centuries. At the advent of the thirteenth century hijri (nineteenth century CE), the Capitalist system, which is a system of Kufr, challenged the system of Islam in its thoughts and emotions. It was but a short round before the Muslims fell defeated. It was an intellectual blow that was followed by the destructive political subjugation.


The issue of the deeds of the hearts is an immensely important subject, and this is why many scholars have written countless books on the subject – in order to remind and encourage people to perform them. These deeds require sacrifice and exertion because one’s salvation is dependant on them; moreover, the deeds of the limbs will not be performed if these of the heart are absent. Reliance upon Allaah is something that has an immense impact on a person; it is an implication of belief and is one of the finest deeds and acts of worship by which the slave can draw close to Allaah, the All-Merciful; It is one of the highest ranks of Islaamic monotheism because nothing can occur except through one relying and depending upon Allaah for it to do so.


This book is the fourth in the series. It deals with many important matters that have always perplexed the human minds, but that, as is shown in this book, have been clearly explained in the authentic Texts from Allah’s Book and His Messenger’s Sunnah. Among the subjects covered are the following: The Moment of Death, The Soul’s Trip to the Heavens, The Final Test, The Righteous and the Sinful in al-Barzakh, Saviors from the Grave’s Punishment, Communications with al-Barzakh and Things That Benefit the Dead.


Prophet Muhammad’s letters to Emperor Heraclius, Chosroes II, Muqawqis, Negus, Governor of Syria and Ruler of Bahrain.