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The Jamiatul Ilm Wal Huda publication has the original text rudu an addition of over words of Arabic vocabulary with English and Urdu meanings. Al-Jami li-Hady al-Habeeb Click here to have a preview of this book. Notes at the end of each topic indicate towards other detailed discussions within the topic.

This book is aimed at teaching the students of the sacred knowledge the manners of studying.

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Qisas An-Nabiyyeen Part 5 Click here to have a preview of this book. Jamiah endeavours to expand their selection of curriculum books for the Alimiyyah course which will provide students with a good grounding in each subject, enabling them to move through the course with a better understanding.

Das Sabaq Click here to have a preview of this book.

However many students fail to ipm the topics covered in these books. Al-Muqaddimah al-Jazriyah Click here to have a preview of this book. At Jamiah we believe that the educational material from which students study should be engaging, digestible and well-organised.

Flow charts and tables are used to categorise the terminologies. They provide students with a holistic view of the subject taking their essence from reliable works.

The book contains ahaadith on various aspects of Islam which will prepare students for Imam and Khateeb posts. Qisas An-Nabiyyeen Parts Click here to have a preview of this book.


The book was designed specifically for non-Arab students intending to learn basic writing, reading and speaking skills within modern-day Arabic. It covers the basic rules of Arabic Syntax with examples, analysis and questions allowing the students to consolidate their learning, which will prepare them for further study in this subject.

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This publication explains the core lessons and meanings of each chapter in English, along with additional notes at the end of important modern-day Arabic words which are not yrdu within the original book.

It engages and entertains both young and old readers, captivating them through the rhymes. Suwar min Hayat as-Sahabiyyaat Click here to have a preview of this book. Qisas an-Nabiyyeen is a compilation of short and entertaining stories about some of the Messengers.

It consists of ahaadith; all of nu are from the famous six books Kutub Sittah.


To overcome some of the difficulties and obstacles students were experiencing in subjects that are integral to the Alimiyyah Course, Jamiah has published books on these topics.

It discusses the details of Arabic literature within the subject, which will allow the reader to independently construe further literature. Das Sabaq in English and Urdu — Das Sabak was originally written in the Urdu language for beginners who intended to start studying the Arabic language.

This compilation has translated the ten elementary lessons into English for the benefit of the English speaking learners. It also has a section for parents to sign daily work nu with any additional comments. Click here to have a preview of this book. Simple, detailed and educative, it uru readers to further their Islamic knowledge and broaden their vocabulary.

Zahratun Nahw — This book is designed for students who are beginning the study of Arabic Syntax. The Jamiatul Ilm Wal Huda publication has the original text with an addition of over words of Arabic udu with English and Urdu meanings; also a brief of each female scholar in the English language.

The compilation retains the Urdu text; allowing both the Urdu and English audience to benefit. The English footnotes give the students a better understanding of each topic, whilst the questions allow them to consolidate the topics they have studied.

The book also consists of English translation, this will allow the English speaking people to benefit from mahw Hadeeth as well. The following books can be ordered on the following email address: Our aim was to make sure that all the ahadeeth are authentic Saheeh or Hasanso that our students learn a authentic ahadeeth over the six year I,m Course.


Jamiah Publications You’re Here: A Comprehensive Guide to Tajweed — The book intends to build upon the basics of Tajweed and provides a thorough overview of tajweed as a subject. This publication has the original text of the first four parts, and includes over words of Arabic vocabulary with English and Urdu meanings.

Zahrat un-Nahw Click here to have a preview of this book. Durus al-lughah al-Arabiyyah is is a book taught in many institutes as a beginners guide for Arabic learning. Usually in the Alimiyyah course a guide on Mantiq for beginners is taught before M irqaat. Web Design by eBusiness UK. It quickly became a widely accepted and studied book in the Alimiyyah course.

Tajweed Click here to have a preview of this book. Hidayat un-Nahw Click here to have a preview of this book.

The Usool of Ahaadith are mentioned over ten colour-coded chapters, organising them in a manner which nahs students to easily learn and recollect what they have studied.

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Further, this publication has added footnotes of certain names and events and added additional seerah information at the end of the book. Further, this logbook covers a student who is in Hifdh class for four years. Hifdh Log Book Click here to have a nhw of this book. It was deemed necessary to make the book more engaging to allow the students to build a strong foundation in Nahw. A compilation of Hadeeth — This book was compiled for the memorisation of ahaadith. This compilation has translated the original work in a reader friendly manner, mentioning the approximately manners with proofs from narrations.