The Five Pillars of Islam By Isam Ahmad Al Makki
Author: Isam Ahmad Al Makki
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
Isam Ahmad Al Makki's "The Five Pillars of Islam" is a concise yet exhaustive manual that looks at the fundamental thoughts and customs that comprise the foundation of Islamic commitment and religion. The writer offers perusers an opportunity to acquire a more profound handle on the foundation of Islamic practice and conviction by obviously framing the Five Points of support in this wise work.
Accessibility and Clarity:
The book's straightforward show makes it fitting for people with fluctuating foundations and levels of information on Islamic standards.
Explaining the Five Pillars of Islam:
Isam Ahmad Al Makki investigates every one of the Five Mainstays of Islam, which are the Hajj (Mecca), petition (Salat), fasting (Sawm), giving to noble cause (Zakat), and calling of confidence (Shahada). Each support point is very much examined to give perusers a careful handle.
The book features the functional significance of the Five Points of support in a Muslim's day-to-day existence, stressing how these demonstrations of commitment make one's personality, values, and relationship with God, meanwhile zeroing in on philosophical issues.
The realness and constancy of the data are ensured by the creator's utilization of authentic Islamic sources, like the Quran, Hadith, and the learned assessments of customary Islamic researchers.
Although the book depends on Islamic thoughts, its qualities and lessons are appropriate to all individuals and give clever viewpoints on trust, profound quality, and otherworldly practice.
The material is fitting for a wide perusing since it regards and thinks about the etymological and social idiosyncrasies of different Muslim people groups.