What is Islam?
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The Two Eids and their Significance
  The Arabic word “Eid” refers to something habitual, that returns and is repeated, thus stands literally for a recurrent event. It also implies a place often visited by people, and the period of time in which a particular act is regularly performed. Likewise, each gathering that assembles regularly comes under the category, ‘Eid’. Eids or festivals are symbols to be found in every nation, including those that are based on revealed scriptures and those that are idolatrous, as well as others, because celebrating festivals is something that is an instinctive part of human nature. All people like to have special occasions to celebrate, where they can come together and express their joy and happiness.  

Explanation of Important Lessons
  This book is a short work to explain what every Muslim needs to know about the religion of Islam. It covers many lessons in under 18 chapters including topics such as the categories of t'awhid and shirk, the pillars of Islam, the conditions for prayer, actions that nullify one's prayer, taking on Islamic manners and more.  

The Prophet's Prayer Described
  This book talks of the important position of prayer in Islam, and the reward, grace, and respect awaiting those who establish and perform it well. The Prophets Prayer Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam Described from the beginning to the end as though you see it.  

The Ill Effects of Sins
  We hope that this booklet will help to correct the misunderstandings of many of our Brothers and Sisters who fail to realise the consequences of sins and disobedience to Allaah, the Most High. We pray that this realisations results in the Muslims as a whole becoming better slaves of Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic, by abstaining from sins and disobedience and turning to the worship of Him alone.  

How to Escape Sins
  The ways and means to refrain from the disobedience of Allah, the Most High, the Mighty and Majestic.  

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