A manual on how to establish Islam, with understanding, by the famous West African Shaykh who led the jihad (struggle in the way of Allah) which established the Muslim Khalifate in Northern Nigeria in the 18th century.
The people of knowledge have argued that classically tasawwuf amounts to the elaboration of the meanings of the third part of the hadith of Jibril, “That you should worship Allah as if you see Him, for if you do not see Him, He sees you” and the practice that comes to us directly from the the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and the first generations and the greatest of the later generations in harmony with that, then no Deen is complete that doesn’t take account of it.
Diwan Press publishes works that are both translations from Arabic and Persian of universally acclaimed works, as well as English language works deriving from the same tradition in the modern age.
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Four Gems of Tasawwuf by Shaykh Ahmad ibn ‘Ajiba£18.95 – £24.95
Handbook on Islam 2nd edition£7.99 – £17.95
Ian Dallas – Collected Works£34.95
Indications from Signs
Allah is not above or beneath or within or without. He is not fused or joined nor interpenetrating, nor is He outside the cosmic reality. This book indicates how Tawhid can be understood.£0.00 – £4.95
Knowledge of God
Shaykh al-Alawi has taken ibn al-Ashir’s verse poem, itself a summation of Islamic teachings, and made it a vehicle for making plain the unitary knowledge, the hidden doctrine, that lies beneath every phenomenon of outer wisdom.£14.50
Commentaries on Sufic songs by Shaykh al-Akbar Ibn al-‘Arabi, Shaykh Ibn ‘Ata’Allah al-Iskandari, and Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi on the famous qasida by Abu Madyan al-Ghawth, plus two commentaries by Sidi Fudul ibn Muhammad al-Hawari as-Sufi of Fez.£0.00 – £9.50