Shaytan Stories : New

 Shaytan Stories : New,
Shaytan ki Hikayaat,
*[A5] Paperback - 195 pages,
by Mawlana Abul Noor M. Bashir,
Translated by Shahid Hussain,
Published by Abul Noor Publications.

Description :

It does not matter who you are. If you are human, then he is your sworn enemy. We are busy ourselves fighting each other when we miss the point and fail to fight back against him. Who are we talking about? It is no other than the accursed Shaytan.

Shaytan Stories is the authorised translation of Shaytan ki Hikaayat, a unique collection of sixty-eight stories relating to the open enemy of humanity. Belief in his existence and capabilities is absolutely necessary, in order to remain steadfast on the Straight Path (Siraat al-Mustaqim).

The author takes the reader on a fascinating journey highlighting the philosophy of the Devil that led to his downfall and expulsion from the heavens. This book contains invaluable advice on how to avoid his ruined path and evil whispering's. Muslims - young and old - must appreciate the importance of this publication and will benefit from these admonitory stories.

About the Author :

Mawlana Abul Noor Muhammad Bashir, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, [1913 - 2007] was a renowned author, orator and poet. Born and raised in Kotli Loharan, Sialkot, Pakistan he gained his early education from his father 'Faqi 'A'azam' Mawlana Abu Yusuf Muhammad Sharif, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi. He went onto study at 'Darul Uloom' Jamia Hizbul Ahnaaf, Lahore where he immediately began preaching upon his return.

In 1951 he started Mah e Taibah a monthly magazine which he edited for over two decades. He penned many books including Sachi Hikaayat, Jibreel ki Hikaayat, Shaytan ke Hikaayat, Aana jaana Noor Ka, Aurat ki Hikaayat, Sunni Ulama ke Hikaayat, Deoband Ulama ki Hikaayat, Labbayk Ya Sayyidi to name but a few. His oratory skills were second to none hence why he is affectionately known as Sultan ul Wa'izeen.

Table of Contents :


------Why was Shaytan created?
------The party of Allah (Hizb-Allah) and the party of Shaytan (Hizb al-Shaytan),

---[1]. Shaytan's Defiance,
---[2]. Shaytan's Philosophy,
---[3]. Shaytan's Vow,
---[4]. Shaytan's Whisper,
---[5]. Shaytan's Requests,
---[6]. Shaytan's Helpers,
---[7]. Shaytan and Noah's, peace be upon him, Ark,
---[8]. Shaytan and Musa, peace be upon him,
---[9]. Shaytan and Maintaining Good Actions,
---[10]. The Devil's Friends and Foes,
---[11]. Shaytan's Ball,
---[12]. Shaytan and the Pharoah,
---[13]. Shaytan and the Prevention of Good,
---[14]. Shaytan's Most Beloved Friend,
---[15]. Shaytan and Sayyiduna Yahya, peace be upon him,
---[16]. Shaytan the Thief,
---[17]. Shaytan and Goodness,
---[18]. Shaytan the Divider,
---[19]. Shaytan & Shaykh Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani, may Allah be pleased with him,
---[20]. Shaytan's Depression,
---[21]. Shaytan and the Rays of Marifa,
---[22]. Shaytan's Scream,
---[23]. Rahman and Shaytan,
---[24]. Shaytan and Allah Almighty's Response,
---[25]. Shaytan's Scare,
---[26]. Samhaj the Jinn,
---[27]. Shaytan and Sayyiduna Ayyub, peace be upon him,
---[28]. Shaytan and the Prophet's, ﷺ, Companions
---[29]. Shaytan and Amir Mu'awiya, may Allah be pleased with him
---[30]. Shaytan and a Worshipper,
---[31]. Shaytan and a Tree,
---[32]. Shaytan and Two Brothers,
---[33]. Shaytan in the Form of a Woman,
---[34]. Shaytan and the Fasting Person, and the Sleeping Person,
---[35]. Shaytan and the Scholar,
---[36]. Shaytan's Du'a,
---[37]. What Shaytan said to the Pharoah?
---[38]. Who is worse than Shaytan and the Pharoah?
---[39]. Shaytan and Anger,
---[40]. Shaytan and his Five Donkeys,
---[41]. Shaytan's Five Children,
---[42]. Shaytan's Grandson,
---[43]. Shaytan in a Persons Dream,
---[44]. Shaytan and the Sacrifice of Sayyiduna Isma'il, alayhi salam,
---[45]. Shaytan's Defeat,
---[46]. Shaytan as shaykh of Najd,
---[47]. Shaytan and the Holy Qur'an,
---[48]. Shaytan and a Girl,
---[49]. Shaytan and Sayyiduna Umar, may Allah be pleased with him,
---[50]. Shaytan and Money,
---[51]. Shaytan and Modern Times,
---[52]. Shaytan's Finger,
---[53]. Shaytan and the Conquest of Iran,
---[54]. A Tailor,
---[55]. A Thief,
---[56]. A Swindler,
---[57]. Two-Faced,
---[58]. In the Dark,
---[59]. Tricky Old Woman,
---[60]. Shaytan and the Adhaan,
---[61]. Shaytan's Four Act's of Disbelief (Kufr),
---[62]. The Philosopher's Three Questions,
---[63]. Shaytan's Crying,
---[64]. Heaven and Heart,
---[65]. The non-Worshipper,
---[66]. A Message to those who do not Fast!
---[67]. The Prevention of Giving Charity,
---[68]. False Dervishes and Hermits.

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*Dimensions : 19 x 13.5cm.

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