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Ja \'al-Haq by Naeemi Kutub Khanna
Ja 'al-Haq by Naeemi Kutub Khanna
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Details:  Ja 'al-Haq : English,
[A4] Hardback - 796 pages,
Written by Mufti Ahmed Yar Khan Naeemi al-Ashrafi,

English Translation by Prof. Mazhar Ali Adeeb,
Endorsed by Muhammad Abdul Qadir Khan Naeemi,
Published by Naeemi Kutub Khanna, Lahore.





Description:


This is the Pakistani print version of the popular book regarding the correct aqida (belief) of the Muslim ummah. This edition  is split into two sections and is published in Lahore by the Naeemi Kutub Khanna. This version is much bigger and heavier due to using superior high grade paper than the South African/Indian version called The Obliteration of Falsehood.


Extract from the Introduction (About this Book) : The Holy Prophet, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam, said :


            ''The Bani Israel was divided into 72 sects; my Ummah will be
             divided into 73 sects and all of them will go to Hell, except one.''
             The Sahaba (Companions) said: '' O' Messenger of Allah! Which
             is that 'one' sect likely to receive salvation?'' The Beloved of Allah,
             Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam, replied, '' The one which
             obeys the Sunnah and it is the Jama'at (largest group) i.e. The
             Ahl al-Sunnah w'al-Jama'ah
. As recorded in Mishkat sharif,
             Tirmidhi sharif
and Abu Dawud sharif.



Table of Contents :

---About this Book,
---Translators Note,
---Foreword,
---Preface,


Part [I] - Chapters on Correct Muslim Belief (Aqida):

---Taqleed, 25 - 52,
---Knowledge of the Unseen (Ilm al-Ghayb) 53 - 164,
---Present and Seeing (Haazir and Naazir) 165 - 200,
---Calling the Prophet, ''Bashar'' !  201 - 213,
---Proclaiming 'Ya Rasullah' ! 214 - 224,
---Seeking assistance from the Prophet & the Awliya-Allah, 225 - 250,
---Innovation (Bidat), 251 - 270,
---Celebrating Mawlid (Milad an-Nabi) 271 - 286,
---Qiyam (Standing) during/in Milad, 287 - 302,
---Reciting Surah al-Fatehah, 303 - 316,
---Supplication (Du'a) after the Janaza Salaat (Funeral Prayer), 317 - 326,
---Making Domes on the Shrines of the Awliya-Allah, 327- 342,
---Illuminating and laying floral wreaths on shrines, 343 - 358,
---Reciting Adhaan at the grave, 359 - 370,
---Attending the Urs (Death anniversary of the Awliya - Saints of Allah), 371 - 388,
---Writing Kafni or Alfi, 389 - 398,
---Loud Dhikr (Chantation, Zikr), 399 - 414,
---Rearing animals in the name of the Awliya, 415 - 426,
---Kissing Hands & Feet and Respecting Sacred Relics, 427 - 438,
---Using names like 'Abdun Nabi or Abdur Rasul' - 439 - 443,
---Isqat, Fidya, 443 - 457,
---Kissing Thumbs during Adhaan, 457 - 466,
---Reciting Kalimah or Naat aloud before Funeral Procession, 467 - 481,

---Islamic Beliefs v's Deobandi Beliefs, 483 - 490,
---Chastity of the Prophets, Asmat, 491 - 518,
---20 Rakaat for Salah al-Taraweeh, 519 - 528,
---Talaq (the 3 Divorces), 529 - 546.


Part [II] - Hanafi Fiqh

---Foreword,
---Introduction,
---Hadith Sahih, Hasan and Da'if,
---Imam Abu Hanifah's ahadith are not weak (da'if),
---Hadith's ''Duaf'' what it means for the Muqallid and Ghayr-Muqallid,

---Issue I: Lifting hands upto ears in Takbir-e-Tahrimah,
---Issue II: Folding hands below navel,
---Issue III: Reciting Bismillah inaudibly during Prayer (Salat),
---Issue IV: Do not recite the Qirat behind the Imam,
---Issue V: Reciting Aameen in a low voice,
---Issue VI: Do not perform 'Rafa ul-Yadain'
---Issue VII: Witr is Wajib,
---Issue VIII: Qunut Nazilah is forbidden,
---Issue IX: Sitting in 'Attahyat'
---Issue X: 20 Rakah Taraweeh,
---Issue XI: Illumination on 'Khatm-e-Qur'an'
---Issue XII: Shabinah is Thawab,
---Issue XIII: Offering Fajr Sunnat at the time of Jama'at,
---Issue XIV: Combining Different Salats is forbidden,
---Issue XV: Distance of Journey,
---Issue XVI: Sunnat and Nafl during Journey,
---Issue XVII: During journey Qasr is Wajib,
---Issue XVIII: Offering Fajr Prayer in the Light,
---Issue XIX: Offering Zuhr Prayer late-Noon,
---Issue XX: The words of the Adhaan and the Takbir,
---Issue XXI: Fard Prayer is not lawful behind a nafl offerer,
---Issue XXII: Vomiting and bleeding break wudu,
---Issue XXIII: Purifying the impure well,
---Issue XXIV: Friday (Jum'a) and Eid Prayer cannot be held in villages,
---Issue XXV: Do not recite 'Surah Fatiha' in funeral Prayer,

---Excellences (Manaqib) of Imam Abu Hanifa,
---The Wahabees (Deviated Sect) and Hadith Interpretation,
---Glossary.














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