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    Title: Al-Mathnawi Al-Nuri
    Sub-title: Seedbed of The Light
    Series: (Risale-I Nur Collection)
    By (author): Bediüzzman Said Nursi
    ISBN10-13: 1932099182 : 9781932099188
    This index lists all the topics in the "Risale-i Nur", the author's great multi-volume commentary on the Qur'an, and provides an outline for the later, more famous and massive treatise. Now available in English, it offers an overview of the material treated in the "Risale-i Nur" and an opportunity to browse through brief entries such as "Flower", "Spark" and "Whiff" each of which is a keyword linked to a passage in the Qur'an or a figure of speech in a theological argument.
    Pages: 430  Size: 155x230mm 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - April   2007
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: The Koran : Islamic studies
    List Price: 19.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 2
    Title: 1 of: 20
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    Title: Blessed Days & Nights of the Islamic Year
    By (author): Hüseyin Algül
    ISBN10-13: 193209993X : 9781932099935
    The blessed days, nights, and months are each a distinctive sign of Islam. They are celebrated by Muslims all around the world in due respect to their unique worth and sanctity that make them distinct from the rest of the year. Although the worth and sanctity of these special times have essentially been shaped by the Islamic tradition from the seventh century onwards, most of these dates have their origins far back in history.
    Pages: 88  Size: 155x230mm 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - October   2005
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Islam : Islamic studies
    List Price: 5.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 4
    Title: 2 of: 20
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    Title: Essays, Perspectives, Opinions
    By (author): M Fethullah Gülen
    ISBN10-13: 1932099808 : 9781932099805
    An intellectual with a distinctive spiritual charisma, a prolific writer and poet, M Fethullah Gülen has been an extremely effective and popular scholar of Islam for the last 3 decades. This work presents Gülen through a short biography, a selection of various articles, his views on modern education and its importance, and how he has been presented in the media. It is by no means a comprehensive presentation of his life and influence upon millions of people; rather, it is meant to serve as an introduction to those who desire a better understanding of Gülen's message and what it has accomplished over the years.
    About The Author:
    Known by his simple and austere lifestyle, Fethullah Gülen, affectionately called Hodjaefendi, is a scholar of extraordinary proportions. This man for all seasons was born in Erzurum, eastern Turkey, in 1941. Upon graduation from a private divinity school in Erzurum, he obtained his license and began to preach and teach about the importance of understanding and tolerance. His social reform efforts have made him one of Turkey's most well-known and respected public figures during the 1960s. Gülen has spent his adult life voicing the cries and laments, as well as the beliefs and aspirations, of Muslims in particular and of humanity in general. He bears his own sorrows, but those of others crush him. He feels each blow delivered at humanity to be delivered first at his own heart. He feels himself so deeply and inwardly connected to creation that once he said: "Whenever I see a leaf fall from its branch in autumn, I feel as much pain as if my arm had been amputated”.
    Pages: 152  Size: 125x195mm  Illustrations: b/w photos 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - June   2005
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Autobiography: religious & spiritual : Islam
    List Price: 5.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 2
    Title: 3 of: 20
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    Title: Essentials of the Islamic Faith
    By (author): M Fethullah Gülen
    ISBN10-13: 1932099859 : 9781932099850
    This is a selection from some of the speeches M Fethullah Gülen has given to large audiences over a life-time of dedicated service. In these speeches, he explains the principal elements of Islamic belief -- belief in the existence and Unity of God; in Resurrection and the Day of Judgement; in Divine Scriptures and other familiar themes of Islamic discourse. What is special and unique about the presentation of them in this book is that the author is constantly aware of the encroachment (and the seductive appeal) of cultural attitudes which are hostile not to Islam only but to any religious and contemplative way of life.
    Table of Contents:
    The Existence and Unity of God; The Invisible Realm of Existence; Divine Decree and Destiny, and Human Free Will; Resurrection and the Afterlife; Prophethood and Muhammad's Prophethood; The Holy Qur'an; Index.
    About The Author:
    Known by his simple and austere lifestyle, Fethullah Gülen, affectionately called Hodjaefendi, is a scholar of extraordinary proportions. This man for all seasons was born in Erzurum, eastern Turkey, in 1941. Upon graduation from a private divinity school in Erzurum, he obtained his license and began to preach and teach about the importance of understanding and tolerance. His social reform efforts have made him one of Turkey's most well-known and respected public figures during the 1960s. Gülen has spent his adult life voicing the cries and laments, as well as the beliefs and aspirations, of Muslims in particular and of humanity in general. He bears his own sorrows, but those of others crush him. He feels each blow delivered at humanity to be delivered first at his own heart. He feels himself so deeply and inwardly connected to creation that once he said: "Whenever I see a leaf fall from its branch in autumn, I feel as much pain as if my arm had been amputated”.
    Pages: 270  Size: 150x225mm 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - June   1997
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Islam
    List Price: 11.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 1
    Title: 4 of: 20
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    Title: Expensive Suit
    Sub-title: Stories from the Risale-i Nur Collection
    Series: (Shining Star Stories Series)
    By (author): Nur Pakdemirli Edited by: Louisa Cunningham Illustrated by: Murat Sevinc
    ISBN10-13: 1932099328 : 9781932099324
    Ages 8 to 12 years. When we attempt to explain serious subjects to our children, we usually try to clarify the matter by telling stories, in order to be able to make our point by using a comparison. In this series, you will find stories from the Risale-i Nur Collection, the famous works of the great Islamic scholar and saint, Bediüzzaman Said Nursi. We have tried to adapt the stories to the comprehension level of a child, embellishing them with beautiful illustrations; our aim is to convey the divine message to children while still entertaining them. We hope that you find that these stories have achieved our goal.
    Pages: 24  Size: 195x260mm  Illustrations: colour illus 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - June   2005
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Educational: Religious studies: Islam
    List Price: 4.50 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 15
    Title: 5 of: 20
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    Title: Fasting in Islam & The Month of Ramadan
    Sub-title: A Comprehensive Guide
    By (author): Ali Budak
    ISBN10-13: 1932099948 : 9781932099942
    Religion guides humanity to what is good and right firstly through belief. The strength and durability of a true belief and pure faith depend upon worship. This book seeks to explore the divine institution of fasting in Islam by providing comprehensive information on its place in Islamic worship and on the fasting month of Ramadan. Covers: fasting in Islam and other faiths; merits and benefits of fasting; types of fasts; charity in Ramadan; fasting and health.
    Table of Contents:
    What is Fasting?; The Merits and Benefits of Fasting; Types of Fasts; Some Principles and Fundamentals of Fasting; Charity in the Month of Ramadan; Fasting and Health; Some Questions and Answers; Maxims About Fasting.
    About The Author:
    Ali Budak is the staff editor at Isik Yayinlari and the author of Fasting in Islam.
    Pages: 156  Size: 150x230mm 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - October   2005
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Islam
    List Price: 6.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 1
    Title: 6 of: 20
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    Title: Fundamentals of Rumi's Thought
    Sub-title: A Mevlevi Sufi Perspective
    By (author): Şefik Can Foreword by: M Fetullah Gülen
    ISBN10-13: 1932099794 : 9781932099799
    This is a remarkable and timely book. It nicely transcends the usual dichotomy of scholarly and devotional Rumi book by drawing on the wisdom of a magnificent contemporary living sage who drinks from the eternal fountains of compassion that flow through Mevlana's writings. The level of engagement with all the classical Persian sources, and the spiritual sensitivity is astonishing. This is a luminous work that should be committed to heart by all Rumi lovers all over the world.
    Table of Contents:
    Introduction; The Political and Philosophical Situation of the Anatolian Seljuk Empire During Rumi's Life; Rumi's Personality and Views; Rumi's Influence; Rumi's Sufi Order and His Approach to Orders; Index.
    Pages: 318  Size: 155x230mm 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - December   2004
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Sufism & Islamic mysticism
    List Price: 12.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: Temporarily Out of Stock, more expected soon
    Title: 7 of: 20
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    Title: Islam
    Sub-title: The Universal Faith
    Series: (Windows onto the Faith Series: 3)
    By (author): lsmail Büyükçelebi
    ISBN10-13: 1932099581 : 9781932099584
    Each believer believes in God and His angels, His Books, and His Messengers. We make no distinction between any of His Messengers. They say: "We hear and obey. Our Lord, grant us Your forgiveness. Unto You is the homecoming.''
    Pages: 22  Size: 120x210mm 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - June   2005
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Islam
    List Price: 1.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 3
    Title: 8 of: 20
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    Title: Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism
    Sub-title: Volume 1: Emerald Hills of the Heart
    By (author): M Fethullah Gülen
    ISBN10-13: 1932099247 : 9781932099249
    The origin of Sufism -- Self criticism; Reflection; Privacy and seclusion; Heart; Hope or expectation; Asceticism. People follow the Sufi path when they sense that Islam has a deeper dimension. The resulting self-purification leads to this inner dimension of Islamic rituals, a deeper understanding of the Divine acts, and a greater knowledge and love of Him. After this, God draws the novice to Himself. With the help of a spiritual guide, the novice begins the life-long journey back to God. This continual process of spiritual development along a path of the innate human poverty, helplessness, and powerlessness before God is undertaken in the knowledge that everything comes from God. Each novice does what is necessary to grow spiritually, and God bestows the appropriate blessings and stations. "The highest aim of creation and its most sublime result is belief in God. The most exalted rank of humanity is knowledge of God. The most radiant happiness and sweetest bounty for jinn and humanity is love of God contained within the knowledge of God; the purest joy for the human spirit and the purest delight for the human heart is spiritual ecstasy contained within the love of God. Indeed, all true happiness, pure joy, sweet bounties, and unclouded pleasure are contained within the knowledge and love of God." And Sufism is the school where people can realise the highest aim of creation.
    About The Author:
    Known by his simple and austere lifestyle, Fethullah Gülen, affectionately called Hodjaefendi, is a scholar of extraordinary proportions. This man for all seasons was born in Erzurum, eastern Turkey, in 1941. Upon graduation from a private divinity school in Erzurum, he obtained his license and began to preach and teach about the importance of understanding and tolerance. His social reform efforts have made him one of Turkey's most well-known and respected public figures during the 1960s. Gülen has spent his adult life voicing the cries and laments, as well as the beliefs and aspirations, of Muslims in particular and of humanity in general. He bears his own sorrows, but those of others crush him. He feels each blow delivered at humanity to be delivered first at his own heart. He feels himself so deeply and inwardly connected to creation that once he said: "Whenever I see a leaf fall from its branch in autumn, I feel as much pain as if my arm had been amputated”.
    Pages: 186  Size: 155x230mm 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - December   2004
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Sufism & Islamic mysticism
    List Price: 12.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 2
    Title: 9 of: 20
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    Title: Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism
    Sub-title: Volume 2: Emerald Hills of the Heart
    By (author): M Fethullah Gülen
    ISBN10-13: 1932099778 : 9781932099775
    What is Sufism? Reaching true belief in God's Divine Oneness and living in accordance with its demands; Heeding the Divine Speech (the Qur'ân), discerning and then obeying the commands of the Divine Power and will as they relate to the universe (the laws of creation and life); Overflowing with divine Love and getting along with all other beings in the realisation (originating from divine Love) that the universe is a cradle of brotherhood; Giving preference or precedence to the well-being and happiness of others; Being open to love, spiritual places and associating with people who encourage the avoidance of sin and striving in the way of God; Being content with permitted pleasures, and not taking even a single step toward that which is not permitted; Struggling continuously against worldly ambitions and illusions, which lead us to believe that this world is eternal.
    About The Author:
    Known by his simple and austere lifestyle, Fethullah Gülen, affectionately called Hodjaefendi, is a scholar of extraordinary proportions. This man for all seasons was born in Erzurum, eastern Turkey, in 1941. Upon graduation from a private divinity school in Erzurum, he obtained his license and began to preach and teach about the importance of understanding and tolerance. His social reform efforts have made him one of Turkey's most well-known and respected public figures during the 1960s. Gülen has spent his adult life voicing the cries and laments, as well as the beliefs and aspirations, of Muslims in particular and of humanity in general. He bears his own sorrows, but those of others crush him. He feels each blow delivered at humanity to be delivered first at his own heart. He feels himself so deeply and inwardly connected to creation that once he said: "Whenever I see a leaf fall from its branch in autumn, I feel as much pain as if my arm had been amputated”.
    Pages: 309  Size: 155x230mm 
    PublishedTughra Books (US) - August   2004
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Sufism & Islamic mysticism
    List Price: 9.99 Pounds Sterling
    Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 2
    Title: 10 of: 20

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