By Imaam Muhammad Naasir ud Deen al Albaanee
Description from the writer: ahead of you is a whole translation of the e-book "Qiyaamu Ramadan" (The evening Prayer in Ramadan) written via Imam Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Al-Albaanee. This treatise is in essence an abridged model of 1 of Al-Albaanee's different books, Salaat-ut-Taraaweeh, in addition to a number of extra issues of gain and a bit on 'Itikaaf. The book's creation additionally includes a counter-refutation opposed to those that spoke back to Al-Albaanee's afore-mentioned booklet on Taraaweeh. the most center of the e-book, even if, incorporates a point-by-point dialogue at the evening Prayer in Ramadan, in addition to the advantages and rulings of 'Itikaaf, besides their evidences. The Arabic textual content for all ayah and ahaadeeth has additionally been incorporated during this variation so one can bring up the convenience for these readers who desire to memorize the proofs. very important observe: This publication comprises the Arabic textual content for all of its narrations in an effort to make it a simple to review reference-guide. in regards to the writer: Imam Al-Albaanee was once one if no longer the best students on the head of this century. even if he passed on to the great beyond in 1419, he left at the back of him a legacy of Islamic expertise and a mountain of data within the kind of books, lectures, verifications and scholarly study. this actual e-book is considered one of his smaller recognized works, may possibly Allah have mercy on him.
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