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    Al Makatabat Ash Shamela?

    Assalaamu 'alaikum brothers and sisters

    Alhamdulillaahi wasalaatu wasalaam 'ala Rasulillaah

    I have heard of a programme called 'Al Makatabat Ash Shamela' that allows one to store and search a huge digital library of scholarly works in the Arabic language. Is anyone aware of how a person might obtain this and able to provide some guidance on how to go about obtaining specific books?

    A friend of mine has it but he had it copied to him. Is there a source online that you use or have used in the past?

    Wasalaamu 'alaikum
    Last edited by Tausif.Hussaini; 12-06-2011 at 10:13 AM. Reason: excessive speech, clumsy wording

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    You can find it from the following link
    NB: But take care it has the all type of the books .

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    May Allaah reward all the brothers who helped me

    Alhamdulillaah, it's here: > تنزيل

    It may be easier (shorter, quicker, more efficient) to download the programme without books (bottom of page, 20MB) instead of with 5300 books (top of page, 1.95GB). Then download books selectively. wAllaahu a'lam.

    One way to displaying Arabic on your PC [Windows XP]
    Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > 'Languages' Tab > Tick Install files for complex script and right-to-left languages (usually requires the Windows XP CD). After restart - Control Panel> Regional and Language Options > 'Advanced' Tab > Scroll down to Arabic (Saudi). Click Ok. Bismillaah, use the programme.

    If Arabic is not pre-installed or installed using the above method, one will find text like this: วแั๘๓อ๚ใไ๖ วแั๘๓อ๖ํใ๖๖.
    It is advised not to consider this 'arabic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faisal.Abdul.Ghaffor.Hindi View Post
    You can find it from the following link (1)
    NB: But take care it has the all type of the books. (2)
    (1) Chapter 112: The One Who Does Not Thank People

    218. Aboo Hurayra said: "The Prophet salAllaahu 'alayhi wasallam said, 'The One who does not thank people is not grateful to Allaah.'" [Al-Adab Al-Mufrad, UK ISLAMIC ACADEMY]

    JazakAllaahu khairan.

    (2) Chapter 195: Someone Giving Advice to His Brother When He Has Not Been Asked For Advice

    416. Wahab b. Kaysaan said: "Ibn 'Umar saw a shepherd and some sheep in a bad place and he saw a place which was better than it. He told him, 'Woe to you, shepherd, move them! I heard the Messenger of Allaah (salAllaahu 'alayhi wasallam) say, "Every shepherd is responsibile for his flock." [ibid.]

    May Allaah reward you for your advice.

    These hadeethaan - are they da'eef?
    According Abu Talhah, rahimahullaah's, work, 218 is not da'eef. And neither is 416, though the one before it, 415, is.

    Here can be found the the checking of Imaam Al Bukhaaree's Adab al Mufrad according to Ash-Shaykh Al-Albaani, baarakAllaahu feek:


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