The Eternal Conflict between Truth and Falsehood – by Imâm al-Haram Usâmah Khayyat
Summary:1)The conflict between truth and falsehood is decreed and definite.2)The history of this conflict.3)Examples from history of this conflict are:a).The story of Prophet Ibraaheem with his disbelieving people.b).The story of Prophet Moosaa against Pharaoh and his soldiers.c).The story of our Prophet with Abu Jahl and the leaders of Quraysh.d).The crusade wars.4)The current uprising in palestine is a manifestation of this conflict.5)The obligation of remaining steadfast upon the truth until it overcomes falsehood and prevails.
Jihad in the Qur’an and Sunnah – by Shaykh ‘Abdullâh bin Muhammad bin Humaid – Maktaba Dar-us-Salam Publishers
– Translated By Dr Muhammad Mohsin Khan [Book]
For an individual Muslim, Jihad includes all acts of worship and all aspects of belief- thus bringing him greatest reward and vast blessings; and for the Muslim nation, Jihad provides all kinds of successes in respect of prosperity and dignity, victory and glory-thus bringing magnificence and splendour.
The Virtues of Martyrdom – by Imâm al-Haram Usâmah Khayyat
Sacrifice comes in many shapes, forms and levels, it can be performed through many different channels, but there is no doubt that the sacrificing of one’s soul for the sake of Allah in order to defeat His enemies and support Islam is the very highest level.
The Conditional Promise – Al-Ibaanah Magazine, Issue No.1 – Dhul-Qa’dah 1415H / April 1995
Shaykh ’Abdur-Rahmân as-Sa’dî said:“This is one of His true promises whose meaning and accomplishment has been witnessed. He promised those who came with îmân (faith) and ’amalus-sâlih (righteous and correct actions) from this Ummah, that He will cause them to be the successors upon this earth, so that they are the ones in authority and in charge of the affairs.
The Ideological Attack – Abdul Aziz Ibn Baaz[PDF]
An Introduction to the book by this renown scholar. “By the end of the first decade of the fifteenth Islâmic century (1410-1411H / 1990-1991 CE), the world witnessed a total re-shaping of its socio-political landscape; a re-shaping that again was to have a serious impact upon the Islâmic world. With the collapse of communist Russia as a dominant world force, it was Islâm and the Islâmic lands that then became the main focal targets for the economic, ideological and military attack of the New World Order; the now dominant culture. In effect, it was the beginnings of the second Crusades! “
The Sword of Allah: Khalid bin Al-Waleed.chm save the .chm file and open to read – Dar-us-Salam Pub[Book] [Framed HTML Version]
Khalid bin Al-Waleed (R) was the hero of Islam. He led several battles and was always victorious. He conquered the apostates, especially Musailamah Al-Kadhab (the Liar) and restored order and peace to the Arabian Peninsula. He devised military tactics, which, by the help of Allah, made him defeat the huge Roman army. He was very tough with his enemies but at the same time very lenient with his brother Muslims. When he- died, ‘Umar bin Al-Khattab (R) cried and said: “Women would never give birth to one-like you.”