The Launch of Saladin Publishing

Salamun Alaykum dear readers

Saladin Publishing is happy to announce an upcoming book release titled The Wahhabi Threat, authored by Andrew Sanders. See the website

Also to be released Sharh Lum’at ul-I’tiqaad – The commentary of Imaam Muwaffaq ud-Deen Ibn Qudaamah al-Maqdasi’s text on ‘Aqeedah. Translated and Annotated by Abu Muhammad Ibraheem al-Hanbali

And due to demand, a series of apologetic articles defending the integrity of the Holy Prophet sal Allahu alayhi wasallam are being compiled as we speak and will appear on this site for free, but also will be released in book form “Defending the Integrity of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad [sal Allahu alayhi wasallam].

Other future releases:

  • The Book of Knowledge and Etiquette of Study – Imaam Muwaffaq ud-Deen Ibn Qudaamah al-Maqdasi – translated by Abu Muhammad Ibraheem al-Hanbali
  • Reading and writing Arabic made easy – compiled by Abu Muhammad Ibraheem al-Hanbali
  • Uncovering the Facts – A Refutation to Robert Morey’s Moon-god Thesis, see for a brief preview
  • The Hanbali Fiqh Simplified – Compiled by Abu Muhammad Ibraheem al-Hanbali
  • Under the Tree – A Manual of Self & Spiritual Purification – various contributors – see
  • and much more in sha Allah

Please do du’a for our success and indeed success is only with the divine help of Allah


4 thoughts on “The Launch of Saladin Publishing

  1. to be included in the article “thou mayest beat thou wife” Ibn Rushd (Averroes) on Domestic Violence & Abuse

    The great philosopher and Maliki jurist Ibn Rushd was once asked whether a man who caught his wife performing lewd acts with a foreign man in bed could beat his wife and imprison her. Ibn Rushd responded that the husband may forgive his wife or divorce her, but anything beyond that would be a transgression. For it is God who said that, ‘Do not hold them despite their will to harm them,’ (2:231) and it is God who also said, ‘Either stay with them in kindness or divorce them with kindness,’ (65:2).

    [Khaled Abou El Fadl, The Search for Beauty in Islam: A Conference of the Books, page 111.]

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