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islamic Marriage

Hedaya Hartford

Islamic Marriage - 2 books in 1 - Initiating and Upholding an Islamic Marriage & Your Islamic Marriage Contrac t by Hedaya Hartford  6 new chapters have been added: Intentions for Marriage, What to Discuss, What to Observe, What Not to Discuss, Rejection and Duas Related to Marriage. Sample Contracts of each type of contract have been added.

         تعد رسالة ذخر المتأهلين والنساء  في تعريف الأطهار والدماء من أجلّ ما ألفه الإمام البركوي - رحمه الله تعالى ـ فهي تتناول موضوعاً هاماً له طابع الخصوصية لا يطلع عليه إلا أهله، وهو: أحكام الحيض والنفاس وما يتعلق بهما من الدماء والتي يجهلها الكثيرون من عامة المسلمين، رجالاً ونساءً. وقد تميزت هذه الطبعة الجديدة بأنها ملونة، مع إعادة ترتيب وتنسيق  وإضافة عدد من القواعد الجديدة، والتي تسهم ــ بإذن الله تعالى ــ في سد ثغرة واسعة في هذا الباب، وتكشف الكثير من النقاط الغائبة، ومسائله الدقيقة. وقد جاءت هذه الطبعة بعد سنوات من تدريس الكتاب باللغتين العربية والإنجليزية؛ لذا فهي تتميز بمزيد التحقيق والتعليق، والتنقيح من التصحيف والتحريف، وبأنها ملوَّنةٌ لتضيف جمالاً شكلياً إلى جمال المضمون،  لتخرج في حُلَّةٍ قَشِيبَةٍ تزيدُ من استكمال مقاصده، والاستفادة منه.  

In this all-encompassing book on menstruation and puberty for young girls and teenagers, the author gifts her readers with the much needed counsel, priceless guidance, detailed explanations of the Sacred Law rulings, and simplified medical details that every child and parent must know. Coming of Age: A Muslim Girl’s Guide is every girl’s secret diary to the ins and outs of what really happens to her physically, emotionally, and socially as she nears and experiences menstruation and puberty. Adorned with funny stories and real-life experiences that any woman could relate to, this book is a treasure for young girls and a lifesaver for Muslim parents who are looking for advice on this valuable, yet taboo topic. To learn more and get a free 37 page sample go to: TO PURCHASE in the UK email: in the USA and Canada:  Firdous Books for other countries: size: pp 400 (flexi cover), 23cm x 16.5cm x 3cm (9.1″ x 6.6″x 1.5″) weight: 1.25kg

This Little book of Divine recipes, Islamic Marriage, draws from the works of several highly respected Muslim scholars. The book clarifies the Sacred Law on marriage, presents Prophetic teachings on the subject, and gives plain guidance for entering into a marriage, and sustaining it with happiness once inside it. At a time when successful marriages are definitely on the decline, this book offers healing and encouragement, and hope for the attainment of felicity and success in this life and the next.

Your Islamic Marriage Contract

Hedaya Hartford and Ashraf Muneeb

This book is an explanation of various types of valid contracts made convenient. The contracts have been certified by Shaykh Hassan Al-Hindi of Damascus. They should be torn out and used as they are, since a change in the wording of the Type 2, Type 3, or Type 4 contract may cause the stipulations to be nullified. A vast amount of useful information regarding the legal measures of the marriage contract. Along with sincere advice on taking protective measures on having a written contract, and registering it legally according to the country of state is explained. Finally, each contract, after its explanation is presented in one Arabic and 3 English fonts, providing a variety of originals for the bride and groom. Perfect for anyone planning to be married, already married, or for mosques and Islamic Centers. Nothing of its kind has ever been written in English.

Birgivi’s Manual Interpreted

Hedaya Hartford and Ashraf Muneeb

Birgivi’s Manual Interpreted is the explanative translation of a major Islamic legal work on menstruation, lochia, and related issues. Answering hundreds of questions needed by the Muslim woman practicing her din, this book provides accurate information and practical arrangement of charts and texts making it an important reference for every Muslim family. The primary text, Dhukhr al-Muta’ahhilin [Treasure for Those with Families] by Imam Muhammad al-Birgivi (d. 981/1573) is the most authoritative work on menstruation in the Hanafi school, which the majority of Muslims follow. The work has been commentated upon by a number of traditional scholars, the best of whom is Imam Ibn ‘Abidin, the central scholar of the late Hanafi school. The text and its commentaries have been studied by Hedaya Hartford and Ashraf Muneeb under various sheikhs from Syria and Turkey, among them Sheikh Muhammad Amin Siraj of Turkey, a traditional Hanafi scholar who has an unbroken chain to Imam al-Birgivi himself. Sheikh Siraj gave Hartford and Muneeb his authorization to teach this volume in a written ijaza that attests, in his words, to their “full comprehension and meticulous understanding” of the work.