Pure monotheism, or the belief that Allaah is One and alone in Worship, Lordship, and completely unique in His Names and Attributes.



The creed and beliefs of a person, usually referring to the correct belief in Allaah, His angels, His books, His Messengers, the last day, and in Allaah’s pre-decree of everything, the good and bad.



The actual speech of Allaah, revealed to His Messenger and final Prophet, Muhammad (r). It is the final, uncreated revelation from Allaah to all humanity, beginning with Soorah al-Faatihah and concluding with Soorah an-Naas.

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“Anything that is attributed to the Prophet () of statement, action, approval, or description”.   Collected in such books as al-Bukhaaree, Muslim, an-Nasaaee, Aboo Daawood, at-Tirmidhee, Ibn Maajah, Imaam Ahmad, and many others.


The meaning of ‘Manhaj’ of the Salaf As-Saalih (the pious predecessors) refers to following their way in belief, worship and interacting with others. It is therefore a comprehensive term.



Any action done seeking he pleasure of Allaah, whether that be in the form of seeking knowledge in His religion, prayer, fasting, giving charity, pilgrimage etc. 



Issues dealing with Muslim women specifically, from proper Islaamic covering to menses and the overall woman's experience in Islaam.


Family is great foundation in Islaam, and these books cover issues such as marriage divorce, raising young children to be productive members of our communities.


The knowledge and application of Islaamic legal rulings that are extracted from explicit and detailed evidence. Also known as the Islaamic science of jurisprudence, or the deduction of rulings and legislations from the sources of Islaam.


Finally this section contains publications with a multitude of topics that may not fit under one specific category.