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Rulings of Islamic Law - A Simplified Presentation


This book, Rulings of Islamic Law: A Simplified Presentation is the first of a series which aims to provide Islamic knowledge covering all the areas of life in which a person needs authentic Islamic knowledge from validated sources.



Endowment means dedicating something that can give benefit, while retaining ownership of it, in order to gain reward from Allah. This means that the principal is retained, but the yield is given freely

The Prayer of Eclipse


Praying it is a communal obligation and it must be prayed in congregation and in the masjid. When the eclipse is visible and can be seen by people, the call is made to gather the Muslims in the mosque. 

The Prayer for Rain


Offering prayers for rain (salaat al-istisqa’) is a Sunnah, as confirmed by saheeh hadeeths and the practice of the early generations of Islam. 



This refers to the killing of an animal in the wild, which is lawful to eat, has no owner and cannot be brought under human control. 

Conditions for proper slaughter


Slaughter should be in accordance with the way recommended by Islam, it is obligatory, if not, it is not permitted to eat that animal. Scholars unanimously agree on this.



Scholars clarified that divorce is:

The Rights of the Husband over the Wife


The Rights of the Husband over the Wife from the Quran and Sunnah:

The Rights of Wives


The Basic Rights of Wives in Islam according to the Quran and Sunnah:

Marriage from an Islamic Perspective


In Islam, marriage is a natural need to achieve stability, an incentive for love, mercy and altruism, and a method to preserve the humankind by protection.

Conditions of a Valid Marriage in Islam


There are three pillars or conditions for the marriage contract in Islam:

The grand ablution (Ghusl)


There are two forms of grand ablution (Ghusl):

Pillars of Islam


Islam has been built on five pillars which you can find listed in full here: 

Pilgrimage to Mecca


Hajj lasts for 5 days and includes a visit to the Ka'ba - a House built by Abraham for the worship of the One, True God.

The Pilgrimage


Hajj is the biggest gathering in the world. About 3 million Muslims perform pilgrimage every year to Mecca, the heart of Islam.

Pilgrimage to Mecca - Hajj


Pilgrimage to Mecca - Hajj - is an intense spiritual experience, connecting us with history; a complete cure for ailments of the heart.

Ramadan is the Islamic month of fasting


Ramadan is the Islamic month of fasting; a time to reflect on one's life and purpose while abstaining from bad habits.

Importance of Fasting in Ramadan


Every year in Ramadan Muslims fast to learn self-control, thank God, celebrate the Quran, and feel empathy for the poor.

The Five daily prayers


Five daily prayers keep a Muslim connected with God, you ask and listen to God at the same time.

The Eid Prayer


Muslims celebrate two Eids a year. They start their Eid by performing a prayer that is one of the most favorite acts to them and they consist of two rakaa and a speech that reminds them of the Islamic ethics.