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Some recommended ENGLISH books in Maliki Fiqh part 2

6) The Handbook of Islam, Iman and Ihsan

The Handbook of Islam, Iman and Ihsan by Shaykh ‘Uthman dan Fodio

A manual on how to establish Islam, with understanding, by the famous West African Shaykh who led the jihad (struggle in the way of Allah) which established the Muslim Khalifate in Northern Nigeria in the 18th century. The very title of this book is illuminating, for this is the three-dimensional Islam that emerged from Madinah and was the light for the whole of the west, from the Bilad as-Sudan, including Nigeria, right up to Andalus, modern-day Spain, an Islam that holds law, spirituality and a clear intellectual tradition in balance. This book then is another manual, a handbook on the practice of Islam, on the parameters of what needs to be known about Allah and His Messengers, and on the Sufic path of purification of the heart and self from the qualities that obscure their luminous reality and which veil them from Allah.

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8) The Guiding Helper: Main Text & Explanatory Notes

Book Description

The Guiding Helper is a practical guide to the Din that the Prophet Muhammad (May Allah bless him and give him peace) brought.The Guiding Helper is based on a famous metered verse song written by a scholar named Ahmad ibn `Ali ibn `Abd al-Wahid ibn `Ashir born in Spain and raised in Fez, Morocco about seven hundred years ago. This scholar divided his song into three books: (1) one about Islamic beliefs, (2) one about Islamic law, and (3) one about Islamic spirituality. He based the first book on a famous text of beliefs called The Mother of Proofs for the Tenets of Belief written by Muhammad ibn Yusuf al-Sunusi al-Husayni. He based his second book on a renown text of Maliki law called The Concise Text written by Khalil Ibn Ishaq ibn Ya`qub. He based his third book on a popular text on spirituality called The Letter of Qushayri written by `Abd al-Karim al-Qushayri.The Maliki Fiqh is used to describe the practices of Islam.
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9) The Foundations of Islam by Qadi Iyyad (according to the AHL AL MADINA)

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This book by the author of Ash-Shifa is a clear-cut manual laid out in five sections corresponding to the five pillars, and marked out with the simplicity of a basic technical manual. For each pillar the Fard, Sunna, Superogatory, Liked, Disliked and Prohibited are concisely listed, with special page markings for easy reference and study. This book is useful for new Muslims but also for refreshing the knowledge of the basics of even the most learned scholars.

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10) The Muwatta of Imam Malik Ibn Anas:

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11) The Madinan Way: The Soundness of the Basic Premises of the School of the People of Madina – Ibn Taymiyyah

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12) Malik and Medina : Dr Umar F. Abd-Allah

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