Encyclopedia of Islam
By Ertugrul Özdemir
Islamic Encyclopedia This Encyclopedia has 6 volumes and its subjects are listed alphabetically.. Wishing you, our esteemed Muslim brothers and sisters, to benefit. >
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32. The Book Together.....
1. Shamil Encyclopedia of Islam
2. The Holy Quran
3. Translation of the Holy Quran
4. Life of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
5. Religious Catechism
6. Encyclopedia of Fiqh
7. Encyclopedic Name Dictionary
8. Kutub-i Sitte
9. Religious Stories
11. The Source of Peace is Family
12. Halal and Haram
13. Harams to be avoided
14. 365 Days of Prayer
15. Questions and Answers
16. The Holy Quran -Turkish Translation
17. Dictionary of Religion
18. ninety nine Esmaül Hüsna
19 . Hajj and Umrah
20. 60 The Life of the Companions
21. Earth Stars
22. Safety and Driver's License
23. Religious Advice
24. Our Ethics of Curiosity
25. Dream Interpretations
26. Faith in Islam
27. Women in Islam
28. To Muslim Youth
29. Prayers and Dhikrs
30. forty Verses and 40 Hadiths
31. Signs of Doomsday
In abstract, within the Shamil Encyclopedia of Islam, we tried to place forth all our power so that Muslims would have a sound and sound belief and study their faith clearly and without errors.
After all this, we are saying that perfection belongs to Allah again, and we expect our readers to gauge our shortcomings with out mercy, and to report our mistakes with none heart or thoughts. Only in this way will our work mature and we will be handing down much less faulty works to the following generations.
As people who imagine in the sanctity of every effort and work, we leave all our readers alone with the encyclopedia, whereas we sincerely applaud all the work done on this concern, particularly in a difficulty that concerns Allah's religion. In the meantime, I wish to express my gratitude to our dear brother, the proprietor of the publishing home, Mr. Duran Kömiircü, for his persistence and efforts within the publication of this work, and to all my brothers who contributed to the preparation of this work. Our wish is primarily the consent of Allah, a honest coronary heart and a work without hypocrisy.