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This is Volume one of 9 Volumes which consists of the following topics:

1. Revelation
2. Belief
3. Knowledge
4. Ablutions(Wudu')
5. Bathing(Ghusl)
6. Menstrual Periods
7. Rubbing hands and feet with dust(Tayammum)
8. Prayers(Salat)
9. Virtues of the Prayer Hall(Sutra of the Musalla)
10. Times of the Prayers
11. Call to Prayers(Adhaan)
12. Characteristics of Prayer

Published: Nassim Benamra on
ISBN: 9781465976314
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