|The Phenomenon of Spinsterhood by 'Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sudais (al-Haram)
Summary: 1) The importance of social ties.
2) The evil results of changes in social ties.
3) Examples of common social problems.
4) The phenomenon of spinsterhood.
5) The evil effects of this phenomenon.
6) Reasons behind this phenomenon:
a. The excuse of completion of studies.
b. The prevention of women from marriage.
c. Excessive dowries.
d. Exorbitant expenditure during weddings.
7) An advice to scholars, wealthy people, the media and young men and women.
8) The solution.
|A Warning against Improper Dress for Women and Intermixing with Men by Osaamah Khayyaat
Summary: 1) The blessings of being a Muslim.
2) The Islamic principle of setting preventative measures against evil.
3) The obligation of Hijaab and the prohibition of intermixing between men and women.
4) The evidences for the obligation of Hijaab and the prohibition of intermixing.
5) The obligation of submitting to all the commands of Allaah and fully applying His legislation.
6) The danger of speaking about Allaah without knowledge.
7) The laws of Allaah are suitable for every person, time and place.
|Mankind between Servitude and Transgression by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) The objective behind creation.
2) How to achieve servitude of Allaah.
3) What servitude comprises of.
4) Dispraising being heedless of the natural signs in the universe.
5) The transgression of mankind.
6) Examples of the great transgression of the son of Aadam.
7) A warning against globalisation and westernisation.
8) The servitude of animals, plants and objects.
9) The story of the talking wolf.
10) A reminder about our negligence and shortcomings
|The Evil during Summer Vacations by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) The importance of addressing the event of summer vacations.
2) The necessity of summer vacations.
3) The importance that Islaam has given to this period.
4) How do we entertain, and how far does entertainment go?
5) Immoral practices during vacations:
• Shifting the days into night and vice versa.
• Satellite and Cable TV, the evil during weddings and other occasions.
• The evil effects of the media.
• Travelling to the countries of non-believers.
6) The importance of time in the life of a Muslim.
|When will your heedlessness end? by 'Umar as-Subayyil
Summary: 1) This life is temporary and the Hereafter is the everlasting abode.
2) The ill-effects of loving and favouring this life.
3) The indicators of love of this life.
4) Seeking wealth and position even through unlawful means.
5) The role of the media in intensifying this phenomenon.
6) The reason behind the humiliation of the Muslim Ummah at the present time.
7) The reality of death and the Day of Judgment should be enough to deter us from the love of this life.
|The Phenomenon of Grief and Depression by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) The inherent incapability of today’s material civilization.
2) The phenomenon of grief and depression.
3) Terrifying scientific surveys which illustrate this problem.
4) This phenomenon differs in communities and is dependent on the weakness of people’s belief.
5) The interest of different scholars and writers about this phenomenon.
6) The true meaning of grief and depression.
7) The Islamic spiritual approach to this problem.
8) The causes of this problem.
9) The cures for this problem are as follows:
a. Performing Jihaad and propagating it.
b. Believing in Al-Qadhaa’ and Al-Qadar (divine decree and pre-destination).
c. Accepting the decree of Allaah.
d. Remembrance of Allaah and increasing ones acts of worship.
e. At-Talbeenah (A wheat or barley dish).
f. Supplication to Allaah.
|The Eternal Conflict between Truth and Falsehood (Palestine) by Osaamah Khayyaat
Summary: 1) The conflict between truth and falsehood is decreed and definite.
2) The history of this conflict.
3) Examples from history of this conflict are:
a. The story of Prophet Ibraaheem with his disbelieving people.
b. The story of Prophet Moosaa against Pharaoh and his soldiers.
c. The story of our Prophet with Abu Jahl and the leaders of Quraysh.
d. The crusade wars.
4) The current uprising in Palestine is a manifestation of this conflict.
5) The obligation of remaining steadfast upon the truth until it overcomes falsehood and prevails.
|The Virtues Of Martyrdom by Osaamah Khayyaat
Summary: 1) Noble objectives require enormous sacrifices.
2) Sacrificing one’s soul is the ultimate sacrifice.
3) The status of the martyr and the virtues of martyrdom.
4) Examples of martyrs from among the companions of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam.
5) Examples of contemporary martyrs.
6) A call to support the Muslims in Palestine and a stern warning against forsaking them.
7) The deceitful Western Media and its twisting of facts.
|Remaining Steadfast on Obedience by Sa'ud ash-Shuraim
Summary: 1) The rapid passing of time.
2) The phenomenon of laziness and negligence after Ramadaan.
3) Considering the realities of worship and its impacts.
4) The situation of those who regress into sinning having been obedient.
5) Standing firm on obedience.
6) Weakness in combating desires is inherent in man.
7) Constant acts of worship.
8) The fluctuation of the hearts.
9) The criteria for celebrating ‘Eid.
10) Fasting the six days of Shawwaal and the mid three days of every month is recommended.
|The Superiority of the Islamic Culture by Osaamah Khayyaat
Summary: 1) The unjust judgment against Islamic culture.
2) The virtues of Islaam with regard to:
a. The field of belief.
b. The field of knowledge and science.
c. Addressing the materialistic aspect of life.
d. The field of human rights.
e. Addressing human nature.
3) The decline of the Muslims.