Reviving The Neglected Sunnah

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About The Book

In this concise treatise, Habib Muhammad bin Alawi Al Aydarus reminds us of the virtue of preserving Prophetic practices, and revives many less-known customs and traditions of the Sunnah.


Section 1: The Sunnah

1: The Definition of ‘Sunnah’ and Synonymous Terminology

2: On Reviving the Sunnah of the Prophet s.a.w.

Section 2: Neglected Prophetic Practices

1: Sunan pertaining to Siwak

2: Sunan pertaining to Wudu’

3: Sunan pertaining to Ghusl

4: Sunan of the Adhan and Iqamah

5: Sunan pertaining to obligatory and voluntary Salah [Prayer]

6: Sunan pertaining to Food

7: Sunan pertaining to Clothing

8: Sunan pertaining to the Greeting of Peace

9: Sunan pertaining to Sleeping

10: Sunan pertaining to Travel

11: Sunan pertaining to Zakah

12: Sunan pertaining to Fasting

13: Sunan pertaining to ‘Id

14: Sunan pertaining to General Conduct

About The Author

Habib Muhammad bin 'Alawi Al Aydarus, a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was born in Tarim in 1351 AH/1932 AD.

He has studied under many learned Imams and Shuyukh. He has composed over forty books, and leads and participates in many lessons and gatherings of dhikr. He continues to reside and teach in Tarim, as a beacon of knowledge and a pillar of the community.

Author: Habib Muhammad (Sa'd) Ibn Alawi Al-Aydarus
Translator: Umm Abdullah
Format(s): Paperback
Pages: 139
Publisher: Dar al-Turath
Published: 2017
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 13 mm
ISBN10/ISBN13: 9780620756754

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