The Book of Manners - Eng. - H/C - 14x21

Fuad Ibn Abdul-Azeez Ash-Shulhoob (author) , Darussalam (publisher)

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An English book on good and bad manners by Faud Ibn Abdul Azeez Ash-Shuloob, published by Darussalam. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) has guided mankind in the right way to live life along with the character traits and manners each should possess. The holy prophet (PBUH) guided us about the good manners of all worldly and religious acts including, worships, dealings, interacting with one’s family children, acquaintances,f and strangers. 
Readers will greatly benefit from this book which serves as a guide to teaching one the etiquettes of our daily actions and interactions.  The book has incorporated teachings from great scholars like bn Al-Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah, Ibn Muflaih, and As-Safaareenee.

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  1. Very comprehensive

    The topic of Islamic manners is discussed in detail. This book assisted me a lot in completing my paper for university.
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