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Fiqh Us-Sunnah Book on Acts of Worship by Sayyid Sabiq (5 Vols In 1 Book)

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By As-Sayyid Sabiq

Translated By Muhammad Sa'eed Dabas & Jamal al-Din M. Zarabozo

Hard Back 5 Complete Volumes, 734 Pages

Fine Quality Paper used

Introduction By Hasan al-Bannah

Reviewer Ahmad Zaki Hammad

Dar Al Fath For arab Information, Cairo Egypt

Notes on New Edition By Muhammad Fadel

Fiqh us-Sunnah : Islamic Legal Rulings Concerning the Sayings and Actions of the Prophet (pbuh) Book of Worship : (New 5 volumes in 1 Single Combined Edition) New Revised English Translation (Sayyid Sabiq)

Translated from the Arabic, this work is not based on a particular Madhab, the author gives opinions from the scholars other madhabs, judging each opinion on its own merits.

This edition is based on the original A.T.P. 5 volume (red burgundy individual volumes), but is budget printed & issues from Egypt.

The Revised Edition requested by Muhammad Sabiq the son of Shaikh Sayyid Sabiq

All Five Volumes in One Book with one Table of Content

New Transliteration System

Arabic Text of the Qur'an in the Uthmani script has been included

Translation of the meaning of the Qur'an adapted from the Interpretation of The Meanings of The Noble Qur'an; By Hilali and Khan

Expanded glossary

Sayyid Saabiq (1915-2000 C.E.) wrote the book in Arabic at the request of Imam Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan). Every Fiqh ruling in the book goes back to the Qur'an and Sunnah and Sabiq dealt with all four madhahib objectively, with no preferential treatment to any.

The Contents of the 5 Volumes in this Book

-Purification and Prayer


Ablution (Wudu')

Ghusl, the complete ablution

Tayammum, the dry ablution



Azhan, call to prayer

Prerequisites of the Prayer

Obligatory acts of prayer

Sunnah acts of prayer

-Supererogatory Prayer

Supererogatory Prayers

Nonstressed Sunnah Prayers (As-Sunan Ghair Al-Mu'akkadah)

The Witr Prayer

The Late Night Prayer, tahajjud (qiyam al-Layil)

The Special Prayers during the Month of Ramadan (Tarawih)

The Duha prayer

Salatul Istikharah

Salatul Tasbih

Salatul Hajah, the prayer for need

Salatul Taubah, the prayer of penitence

Salatul Kasuf, prayer of the solar and lunar eclipse

Salatul Istisqa, prayer for rain

The Prostration During the Qur'anic Recitation

The Prostration of Thankfulness (Sajdat ush-Shukr)

Prostrations of forgetfulness during the prayer

-Congregational Prayer

The Mosques

Places where offering prayer is prohibited

The Sutrah or partition in front of one who is praying

What is allowed during the prayer

Actions which are disliked during the prayer

Actions which invalidate the Salah

Making (Qada') for missed salah

The prayer of a person who is ill (Salatul Marid)

The prayer during times of fear or danger (Salatul Khauf)

The prayer of a traveler

Combining two prayers

Salatul Jumu'ah (the Friday Prayer)

Id prayers (Salatul 'Idain)

-Zakaat and Fasting

Zakah in Islamic Jurisprudence

Monetary holdings subject to zakah

Zakah on plants and fruit

Zakah on Animals

Zakah on Buried Treasure and Precious Minerals

Zakah on Wealth Extracted from the Sea

The Recipients of Zakah

Zakat ul-Fitr

Zakat ut-Tatawwu or Voluntary Sadaqah

Fasting (As-siyam)

The Fast of Ramadan

The Forbidden Days to Fast

Voluntary Fasts

The Manners of Fasting

Acts That are Permissible During the Fast

Actions that Void the Fast

Making Up Missed Days of Ramadan

Night of Qadr

I'tikaf or Seclusion in the Mosque

-Hajj and 'Umrah

Pilgrimage: a general definition, its excellence and prerequisites

The ability to perform hajj - what does it imply?

The hajj of the Prophet (peace be upon him)

Mawaquit: Fixed Times and Places For Ihram



What is permitted to a Muhrim

Restrictions of Ihram

Killing a game in the state of Ihram

Sacred precincts of Makkah and Madinah (Haram Makkah wa Madinah)

Tawaf or Circumambulation around Ka'bah

Sa'i between Safa and Marwah

Staying at Mina and Arafat


-Funerals and Dhikr

Sickness, Expiation of Sins

Contemplation of death and preparation for it by good deeds

Al-Kafan (The Shroud)

Funeral Prayers (Salatul Janazah)


Azh-zhikr (remembrance of Allah)


About the Author

Sayyid Sabiq was born in 1915 in the Egyptian village, Istanha. He received his education at Al-Azhar and after his graduation worked as the Director of Mosques and Islamic Education in the Egyptian Islamic Affairs Ministry. He also taught at Al-Azhar, and later moved to Saudi Arabia, where he headed the Shari'a Graduate Studies Department in Um Al-Qura University. After moving back to Egypt, he spent years teaching students in a Mosque in Cairo.

Sayyid Sabiq was a noted Islamic activist. After writing Fiqh As-Sunnah, Sabiq spent some time fighting along with the Mujahideen in Palestine in the late 1940's and he later visited most countries in the world and lectured in their mosques. He was the first graduate of Azhar to visit the Soviet Union and check on the conditions of Muslims there.