Imam Ibn Taimiyyah

Ibn Taimiyyah

Biography

  1. Ibn Taymiyyah’s Letters from Prison
  2. [mp3] Brief Bio of Shaikul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah – 21 min – by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh
    Taken from the first lecture of Dr. Saleh As-Saleh’s Explanation of The Concise Admonition of Shaikal Islam Ibn Tayemmeyah

Audio

  1. Ibn Taymiyyah – Letter To His Mother – by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh
  2. Ibn Taymiyyah – Letter To The King of Cyprus – by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh
  3. Pearls of Grace – by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh

Eman

  1. Aspects of Increasing Iman – from Kitab al-Iman © 1999 Iman Publishing House
  2. The Distinction between Doing an Action of Disbelief and Being a Disbeliever quoting from Ibn Taimiyah

Aqeeda

  • The Principles of Aqeeda
  • Sharh Al-Aqeedat-il-Wasitiyah
    Sheikh-ul-Islam’s book Al-Aqeedat Al-Wasitiyah deals with the perfect and undefiled Islamic Faith and Creed of the As-Salaf-As-Salih (Pious Predecessors) particularly in regards to Allah’s names and attributes, with solid arguments in brief words and terminology. The book is highly appreciated by the scholars for its brevity as well as comprehensiveness; and for its contents produced perfectly in line with the Qur’an and Sunnah in an appealing and manifest manner.
  • Creed of Hamawiyyah
    One of the works on this subject is his “al-Fatwaa al-Hamawiyyah” which he wrote as an answer to a question presented to him in the Hijrah year of 698 from Hamaah, a place in ash-Shaam. In it, he was asked what the scholars and Imaams of the religion say concerning the Aayaat and the Ahaadeeth of the Sifaat, or the attributes and characteristics of Allaah. So he answered in about 83 pages and due to which, he suffered trials and afflictions. May Allaah reward him on behalf of Islaam and the Muslims with the best of rewards. You can purchase the book here.
  • A Great Principle

Quran & Tafsir

Tawheed

Character

Final Journey

Dhikr

Dawah

Comparitive Religion

Jihad

Women

Sunnah

Salah

Innovation

Ummah

  • Principle Concerning Unity and Splitting
    - we find amongst the legal jurists those who stick to the outward actions of the religion, and those that take to the path of tasawwuf who stick to the inward actions of the religion for each one of these negates the path of the other and claims that they are not from the People of the Religion, or they oppose the other in a way of opposing of those who do not consider the other to be part of the religion.