The new revised edition of ‘Islamic Way of Worship’ featuring a fresh translation of the Arabic text ‘Imdad al-Fiqh fi’l-‘Ibadat’ authored by Shaykh Muhammad Imdad Hussain Pirzada has been released by Al-Karam Publications and is now available.
‘Islamic Way of Worship’ is a modern day accessible and uncomplicated rendering of the classic works of fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence). Taking the most authentic and authoritative rulings from the canonical texts of Hanafi jurisprudence on matters relating to everyday individual and collective forms of worship, Shaykh Pirzada has provided a clear manual for Muslims seeking to perfect their worship.
“I have studied the Arabic to Islamic Way of Worship, which is a book in the area of studies in Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) and the commandments relating to worship. This book is indeed of immense benefit and great advantage for anyone who seeks to study the science of Islamic jurisprudence in a manner that is easy and uncomplicated. The learned author has presented this book with great research, care and arrangement. It will profoundly assist every student.”
- Professor Dr Sabri Abd al-Ra’uf Muhammad
Senior Lecturer in Comparative Study of Islamic Jurisprudence
Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
“Matters of jurisprudence and issues concerning mannerisms of worship have been divided into chapters and sections. Then, within them, the related content has been so well put together that even the most difficult and complex issues themselves find their way into the heart of the reader. The one in pursuit of study is not left facing difficulty or struggle. Nothing has been written without due authenticity and reference. Every matter has been supported with a reference from authentic canonical works, as a result of which, the benefit and authenticity of this book has been further enriched.”
- The late Diya’ al-Ummat Justice Shaykh Muhammad Karam Shah al-Azhari
Former Justice of the Shari‘ah Appellate Bench at the Supreme Court of Pakistan
“The speciality of this book is such that despite its conciseness, there is possibly no such matter concerning worship that one is in need of knowing, and he or she does not find some answer to it in this book. For every matter written by the author, he has provided a reference to it from the books of jurisprudence, and he has further attempted to provide an evidence for each commandment from the Qur’an and the Sunnah.”
- Allama Abdul Rasul Arshad