Faith and Reason,
Answers to a series of questions often asked by young Muslims growing up in Western societies. The questions are on diverse topics ranging from Divine will, marriage, the role of women and the 12th Imam.
Fifty Lessons on Principles of Belief for Youths,
This text contains fifty chapters, each containing an important lesson on the fundamental beliefs of our faith that are especially relevant for the youth of today. Ayatullah Makarim Shirazi presents these lessons using both philosophical reasoning as well as Qur'anic verses, and concludes each lesson with a few relevant questions which are intended to increase understanding of that particular lesson.
For a Better Future,
200 questions and answers regarding the concerns of the youth, marriage and children
These letters deal with common ideological problems of young Muslims. Sisters Wafa and Raja and sisters Zahra and Asma exchange letters on their personal problems and seek each other’s advice.
Guiding the Youth of the New Generation,
A discussion on providing leadership of the youth, with examples from Hadith, Qur'an and lives of the Prophets and Imams.
Music and its Effects,
In this booklet, the author discusses the detrimental effects of music on our lives. He talks about the origin of music and its effects from various points of views. He also discusses what the Qur'an and narrations of the Ahlul Bayt have to say on this matter.
Ten lessons on the Islamic way of raising children.
Secrets of Success,
A book for the youth on how one can be successful in reaching their goals. Illustrated using examples from lives of great men from the East & West.
Sexual problems of Youths,
In this book, the author has explained the reasons for the sexual problems being faced by the Muslim youth. He talks about the impediments to marriage and the sexual perversions that result in the youth being unmarried. Lastly, he presents advice on how to deal with this problem.
Short stories by Bint al Huda. In each story the author presents solutions to common ideological problems, cultural issues and practices, and personal dilemmas in the light of teachings of Islam. These stories are especially recommended for younger people living in societies dominated by non-Islamic culture and ideology.
Two Women and a Man,
An Islamic novel by Bint al Huda. Hasanat, a very pious young girl recently gets engaged with Mustafa who is studying in a foreign country. Her sister Rihab is influenced by liberal ideologies of the west and is jealous of her happy life.
An Islamic novel by Bint al Huda. This novel revolves around Sumayah, a very devout Muslim and her cousin Fitnah who has recently returned from a foreign country after several years. Sumayah is awaiting her fiancé who lives in Europe. Fitnah tries to influence Sumayah by her liberal ideas but she is defeated by her logical arguments.
World of our Youth,
Youth in the light of Qur'an, essential models, responsibilities, and the Shari'a view.
Youth and Morals,
In this book, the author introduces some of the main issues affecting man’s social life and how Islam deals with them. He explains how a society wherein the individual and social ties are built on Islamic values enjoys tranquility, comfort, and trust in all its aspects.