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Forty Hadiths on Good Moral Values

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The statements and actions of our Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) contain much that we need: rules and advice, reminders, examples, warnings and encouragement. The collection of hadiths in Forty Hadiths on Good Moral Values by Yahya Ondigo contains some of the Prophet’s statements on positive ethics and attributes that all people—Muslims and non-Muslim ...more
Hardcover, 1st edition, 336 pages
Published 2010 by International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH)
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A very beautiful and informative book. Glad that I had picked this up at the book fair.
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Overall, I felt the book was pretty good. I loved the wide variety of Hadiths included along with the commentaries. Not too much to say since honestly, it's easier to write a book how to be good rather than a book on how to avoid bad moral values (which is another book he wrote that I plan on reading soon). It's also easier to read a book of this nature too. Nobody disagrees on topics like justice, kindness, and being polite. Alhamdulillah.
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Born into a strict Christian household in Kenya, Yahya Ondigo was always a man of faith. When his questions about the Christian faith were left inadequately answered, Ondigo’s search for the truth led him to Islam. Since then, he has pursued Islamic Studies, become a caller to Islam, and authored several books on Islamic topics.