Let’s Learn Islam Textbook – Level 2


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The second book in a series of four attractive textbooks with full colour images developing on from book 1. The subjects of Fiqh, Sirah, Dua, Aqiqah and Morals & Manners and explored in more detail. Both the range and depth of topics covered is sufficient to cater for needs of a young practicing Muslim.

Let’s Learn Islam Level 2 Textbook covers the following areas of Fiqh; Eleven Important Fiqh Terms, Ghusl, explanation of the importance of Salah, the Adhan, 6 Conditions for Salah, the Fardhs of Salah, how to pray Salah illustrated with photographs and including the English meaning ending a selection of Zikr and Duas after Salah.

Manners in Islam covers the Islamic etiquettes of showering, eating, caring for others rights to parents, dressing and general cleanliness. Morals in Islam cover five virtues of; honesty, patience, kindness, justice and forgiveness, explained with examples from the life of the Prophet Muhammad.

Memorisation completes the 6 Kalimahs (holy words) and includes Surahs al; Kauthar, Ma’un, Quraysh, Fil, Humaza, Asr and Takathur.

Sirah of Prophet Muhammad continues with the first call to Islam and includes the important events up until the Migration to Madinah. See the contents page image for a full description.



Dr Musharraf Hussain was honoured with an OBE in 2009 for his significant contributions to community relations in the UK. He currently serves as the CEO of Nottingham’s esteemed Karimia Institute, a leading British Muslim organisation engaged in diverse projects, including community development, adult classes, and interfaith initiatives.

Dr. Hussain’s extensive Islamic education took him through the UK, Pakistan and Egypt’s Al-Azhar University. He has also been instrumental in establishing several Muslim schools in the UK and is a prolific author of numerous books on Islam, alongside a collection of scholarly articles. His comprehensive efforts continue to profoundly impact Islamic education, interfaith dialogue and community development in the UK.

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Dec 2008