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Our mission

We are dedicated to releasing modern and classical Islamic books that promote the spirit of mainstream Sunni Islam with focus on the teachings of the greatest Ulema of past and present times. Signatora has access to hundreds of unpublished manuscripts as well as early prints that are inaccessible to today’s readers .


Our Values



Dedicate to releasing original works of distinguished authors past and present.



There will be no confusion about what we print and as all will conform to mainstream Sunni Islam teachings.



We choose quality over quantity in the texts that we will release.



We will endeavour to show our thankfulness to you by releasing what you need and helping serve the communities in which you live.

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‘Shaykh Al-Yaqoubi demonstrates, once again, his love and yearning for the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in a way many of us dream to convey but do not have the ability to do so.’ 

A landmark poem for the 21st century on the Prophet, our Master Muhammad ﷺ that speaks on behalf of every true lover of him, in which the author presents to us the character of the Prophet ﷺ and his beauty in the most eloquent way.

This modern day poem takes its readers on a journey of learning to increase their love for the beloved of Islam.  

Shaykh al-Yaqoubi expresses in the most eloquent of ways his love and yearning for the Prophet of Islam in an incredible masterpiece.  Coincidentally the Arabic is compromised of 256 lines, the same number as the numerical value of the Divine name ‘Nur’ which is also a name of our Master the Prophet of Islam ﷺ.  He shows through his words the light of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, in all its understanding and beauty through the eyes of a true lover.  

Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi penned this poem in 2019 and it is presented to you today in a beautiful luxury edition from Signatora Publishing.  Published with the most beautiful shade of green, that represents the Green Dome, this book is a treat for the eyes, a thrill for the mind and a blessing upon the reader.  

Signatora presents to you, two books, 

First, the English which is the authors own translation with so many metaphors and images that takes you to the presence of the best of mankind al-Mustafa ﷺ

The second book is the original Arabic with a commentary written by shaykh al-Yaqoubi himself.  

We, at Signatora, are honoured to present this beautiful, modern-day work to you in this blessed month of Rabi al-Awwal. 

An original book or sometimes manuscripts of rare editions are as much of a work of art as a classic painting that hangs in a national museum. These books are so valuable that almost no one can touch them, for fear of destroying what has been preserved by history.

And just as a cheap poster is a poor substitute for an original painting, so are many mass-produced reprints of valuable books. That’s why facsimiles play such an important role in the preservation of culture and education throughout history.

A facsimile, a Latin term that translates as “make alike,” is a reproduction of an object that is more than just a visual replica. It is a product that also encompasses the true feel and detail of the original work of art in a way that lets people imagine what it is like to handle that artefact in question.

History of Facsimile

Before the printing press was invented in 1450, books were hard to come by. Reserved for only the noblest families, they were written by hand and treasured for the author’s ability to share words without even having an editor.

It may be hard for modern readers to imagine these works of art, let alone their value in a world long before the internet made it simple to read almost any information they’d want. But, of course, you can see pictures of one on the internet.

Once you see one of the original books, you can understand why so many families throughout history demanded a way to own authentic copies. This is where the facsimile comes in.

Honourable Substitution of an Original

Unlike today’s regular hardback copies of books, a facsimile is designed to display all the beauty and detail of an original work and on occasion improves due to latest technological processes available.. For example, not only does it unveil the beauty of the leaves or images in the finest detail, but it also ensures the original sequence of pages. 


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