Islamic Etiquette: A Part From the Book Minhaj-ul-Muslim
By: Jazairi, Sh. Abu BakrShare
This is a portion of Abu Bakr A1-Jazairi's well-known and well-accepted work Minhaj-ul-Muslim - 'The Way of the Muslim.' The Author has pointed out that Islam is a religion of etiquette and touches upon almost every deed of Islam in relation to the most related customs of a particular time and place.
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Jazairi, Sh. Abu Bakr
Darussalam, KSA, 1998
Early Work - Islam - Creed
The Author has urged that in Islamic culture a Muslim should have to pay all his duties in this sense. The Author has described all the Islamic attitudes required by a Muslim especially intention, behavior towards Allah, towards one's parents and his children, relatives and neighbors.