Topic: Seclusion (‘Uzla) and the Spiritual Retreat (Khalwa).
Topic: Extra Worship in Rajab and Sha’ban.
Topic: The Integral Place of Tasawwuf in Islam,
---Kissing the Hands and Feet of Righteous Scholars,
---Hadith of the Lesser and Greater Jihad,
---“Nothing contains Me but the heart of My believing servant”
---Special Knowledge and Gnosis,
---Shaykh al-Akbar Ibn al-‘Arabi, Radi Allahu anhu, and the ‘Oneness of Being’
---al-Khadir, alayhi salam: Is he still alive?
---Hadiths about the Blessed Family of the Noble Prophet, Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa 'aalihi wa Sallam,
Extract from the Foreword :
''This book is what you need when people who seem to know more than you, start asking you questions that you can't answer about certain aspects of aqidah and other subjects, and you find that in speaking with such people you 'wind-up' talking more about Ibn Taymiyyah and his followers than about Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, and His Prophet, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam. You find that their questions are accompanied by the heavy and frequent use of such phrases as ''bid'a'', ''makruh'' ''da'if'', ''haram,'' etc , and your questioners are insistent that you must accept what they mistakenly call: ''al-Manhaj as-Salaf'' lest you find yourself (according to them) outside of Islam and consigned (by them) to the Fire.
In their ignorance they claim to want to ''purify'' our deen by making unlawful what is lawful, prohibiting supererogatory acts of worship such as Mawlid, nisfu-l-Shaban, hadrah and group dhikr, all the while rejecting reverence and love of the Beloved Prophet, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam, and the Awliya' Radi Allahu ta'ala anhum, burning books of Darood and awrad and calling their fellow muslims apostates, disbelievers, and idolaters, shedding their blood, confiscating their wealth and sowing discord and enmity from one end of the earth to the other.
This book, ''In Defence of the Sunnah'' firmly rooted in Qur'an and Sunnah and the understandings of traditional Muslim scholars, speaks to and refutes a number of common arguments of the Wahhabi/Salafi (incl. Deobandi/Tablighi Jama'at) sects. I heartily recommend it to the sincere seeker and compliment my student, Sidi Ibrahim Muhammad Hakim al-Shaghour, for having written such a valuable and useful work. May Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, bless him and his family and reward him for his defense of the Sunnah of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad, May Allah Almighty shower His Mercy and Blessings upon him.'' ---Shaykh Noorruddeen Durkee.
Beautifully published and printed in hardback with dustjacket cover exquisitely presented with the Sandal (Nalayn) mubarak on the cover.
Also see Islamic Doctrine [Aqa'id].
Also see Hadith.