What are the best books on Islam in 2023?

Rich in history and teaching, Islam is a religion that arouses curiosity. Indeed, this belief preached by the Prophet Muhammad and based on the Koran is often the subject of numerous debates.

For anyone who wants to learn about Islam, reading is one of the simplest ways. There are so many books on this religion that you may have trouble knowing where to start.

To make things easier for you, we present to you below the best books that you absolutely must read in 2023 to learn more about Islam.

The biography of the best of men: The Prophet Muhammad

This book is among the best that you must read this year, as it sheds light on the biography of the iman of the pious and the role model of all men. In this work available in The Muslim Bookstore , Sheikh 'Abd Al-Razzâq recounts the most exquisite life of the purest of servants.

You may not know it, but there are countless benefits to studying the biography of Prophet Muhammad. Indeed, there arises from this book a blessed effect as well as important fruits. Everything you read in this book will benefit you in your life here and in the hereafter.

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The Muslim Citadel

Written by the author Sa'id Ibn 'Ali Ibn Wahf Al-Qahtaani, The Citadel of the Muslim is a true literary treasure. This little pocket book is actually a summary of a famous work entitled: Reminder, invocation and healing through the Koran and the Sunnah.

You must read this work in 2023, because it is a fundamental guide for all Muslims. It is, in fact, a treasure dedicated to the daily invocations of Muslims. Filled with reminders and hadiths, this digest allows you to remember God at all times.

In addition to this, it offers significant protection thanks to invocations (duas) against occult forces and the evil eye. Each dua is taken from the Quran or the authentic Sunnah of the Prophet (Salla Allahu alayhi wa salam). It is certified by one or two hadiths or by the paragraph of the Koran which corresponds to it.

This book accompanies the Muslim every day of his life (at daybreak, at bedtime, etc.). He is also his companion in sadness and in slightly more exceptional events such as the hajj or death.

So, although it is small, this pocket book will accompany you in all moments of your life. We recommend that you store all your books in a suitable library so that you can sort them properly.

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Patience: Remedy for trials

Composed of 32 pages, this book is written by Sheikh Abd Al-Rahman Al-Shaykh. A true ally of Allah is one who is patient. Coming from the Arabic word “as sabr”, patience is actually a gift given by Allah.

This inestimable virtue is not acquired overnight, but it is obtained after many efforts.

To cultivate patience, the believer must come to have control over his state of mind. In Islam, people who lack patience are considered people who have no faith.

If you often run out of patience, you must read this book which highlights the importance of this virtue as well as its link with belief.