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Night Prayers: Qiyam & Tarawih (En)

By: Albani, Muhammad / Compl: Muhammad Al-Jibali

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Language: English

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The voluntary 'night prayer', or qiyaam, is indispensable for a person's moral, spiritual, and physical welfare, by Al-Albani.

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Language: English
Format: Softcover
Pages: 167 pp
Publisher: al-Kitaab & As-Sunnah Publishing, Beirut, 1999
Product Dimensions: 17 x 24 cm
ISBN: 1891229222
Topic: Islamic - Prayer, Supplication, Fridays

A most rewarding and fulfilling part of a Muslim's worship are those blessed moments that he spends praying in the depth of the night, privately addressing his Great Lord, sincerely glorifying Him, humbly imploring Him - beseeching His forgiveness and asking Him for favors.

The voluntary "night prayer", or qiyaam, is indispensable for a person's moral, spiritual, and physical welfare. Yet, it is greatly misunderstood and largely neglected by most Muslims.

This is why we present this book, with two main objectives:
(1) Provide a complete guide on the subject of qiyaam and related issues, in accordance with the Qur'aan, the Sunnah, and the guidance of the Salaf.
(2) Present to the reader, in the process, two important works by the prominent scholar Muhammad Naasir ud-Deen al-Albaani (may Allaah bless him): "Salat ut-Taraaweeh" and "Qiyaam Ramadaan".

This book is not only for Ramadaan, but is for every night of the year. It is an treasure of guidance that one will want to keep by his pillow at night, and grab it as soon as he rises for the greatest bliss of the night. It is a gift that is sure to please and benefit--inshaa'allaah.

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