Supplement for the Seekers of Certitude: Worship from Zād al-Mustaqniʿ ~ now in print

Islamosaic is honored to announce that Supplement for the Seeker of Certitude is now available in print. Supplement for the Seeker of Certitude presents the sections related to worship from Mūsā al-Ḥajjāwī’s Zād al-Mustaqni‘, an abridgment of Ibn Qudāmah’s Al-Muqni‘ that sticks to the school’s official position, removing extraneous issues, and adding a few necessary things. The book is extremely terse … Read more

[NEW] Supplement for the Seekers of Certitude: Worship from Zād al-Mustaqniʿ

Islamosaic is honored to announce Supplement for the Seeker of Certitude: Worship from Zād al-Mustaqniʿ – a new eBook presenting the sections related to worship from Mūsā al-Ḥajjāwī’s Zād al-Mustaqni‘, an abridgment of Ibn Qudāmah’s Al-Muqni‘ that sticks to the school’s official position, removing extraneous issues, and adding a few necessary things. The book is extremely terse yet it still manages … Read more

[NEW] Hanbali Acts of Worship

Islamosaic is honored to announce Hanbali Acts of Worship. This slim volume presents a practical introduction to acts of worship according to the Hanbali school of Islamic law. The text comes from Shaykh Ibn Balbān’s Supreme Synopsis (Akhṣar al-Mukhtaṣarāt), a favorite introduction covering the full range of topics. The chapters of this volume cover purification, prayer, … Read more

[NEW] The Accessible Conspectus

Islamosaic is honored to announce The Accessible Conspectus. For centuries, Abu Shuja al-Asfahani’s legal primer Matn al-Ghayat wa-l-Taqrib (The Ultimate Conspectus) has been a standard text for introducing students of the Shafii school of Islamic law to the full range of basic legal issues. Students will often start their studies by reading it from a basic … Read more

[NEW] The Encompassing Epistle

Islamosaic is honored to announce The Encompassing Epistle. This slim volume presents a practical introduction to the essential beliefs, practices, and moral rectifications mentioned in the Sacred Law. The primary text is Aḥmed ibn Zayn al-Ḥabashī’s Al-Risālah al-Jāmiʿah wa al-Tadhkirah al-Nāfiʿah which has been a popular introductory text during the last four centuries. The text is read by … Read more