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  1. I know of Adab al Mufrad by references made to it in articles and by Shuyukh. I however don’t have a copy and, Masha Allah, is now moved to get a personal copy with accompanying highlighters – different colours :) Allah’s blessings.

  2. Assalamu Alaykum warahamtullahi Wabarakatuhu,

    May Allah reward you for all your efforts. Ameen

    This book is an excellent book and will no doubt benefit many Muslims, as it talks about the behaviour and characteristics of the Prophet (salallahu alaihi wasalam) which we are all in need of.

    Since the Prophet (salallahu alaihi wasalam) said: “Ad deenu Naseeha” (The religion is [sincere] advice.” (Muslim).

    We advise the brothers and sisters to firstly try their best to learn the arabic language, as it is the key to understanding this religion, this is because some books; which have been translated into English and other languages such as; “Al-Adab Al-Mufrad” contain some weak ahadeeth (sayings of the prophet [peace be upon him]).

    However, Sheikh Al-Albaani (rahimahuAllah) has made a revised edition of the book, which seperates the weak narrations from the saheeh/hasan narrations. The book is called: “Saheeh Al Adab Al Mufrad”. (as far as I know, it’s only been printed in the arabic language), it can be purchased here:

    You can find a pdf of Chapters 1-16 in English on the following link:

    Secondly, as for anybody who has purchased the English version which contains the weak narrations, then:
    1. This is not a book that a person starts with in regards to seeking knowledge.

    Sheikh Uthaymeen (rahimahuAllah) has a book called: “Kitaabul ‘ilm” (The Book of Knowledge). This is one of the first books to start with when seeking knowledge. The Sheikh (rahimahuAllah) mentions at the back of his book, different books that a student of knowledge should begin with and precede with (i.e. intermediate, higher).

    2. Refer all the ahadeeth back to their sources (purchase Sheikh Al-Albaani’s book inshaAllah).

    May Allah ‘azza wa jal place us among those who follow the haqq for His sake with complete sincerity. Ameen

    Your Brother in Islam,
    Abu Isaa

  3. Assalaamu’alaikum,

    I’m looking for the English translation of Imam Ghazali’s Ihya Uloom, does anyone know where I can find it? I know they’re translating chapters of it one at a time, but they’re like $30 each.

  4. Jazakallahu khairan for this wonderful enlightenment. May Allah reward you all for your efforts. Amin. I’ve really gained lots.

  5. Assalmau ‘alaikum

    Ustadh Abu Eesa from the UK has an excellent commentary on the first chapter: Being good to the Parents.

    It’s available in mp3 format and on iTunes.


    It really is a fantastic piece of work, you will learn so much more than just adab. I wanted to share these links and I really hope you will benefit in sha Allah.

    Was-salamu ‘alaikum