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  • Thursday, May 28, 2009

    To Dear Maruf Saifullah:Love for the Prophet

    One of my friend named Maruf Saifullah asked me to explain "in order to perfect faith we need to love ALLAH's messenger." To explain this here i write something about love for the last Prophet.Actually this is collected from internet when i search "Love for the prophet" in googel.And i found this explanation in first searching result.Please read it and make your valuable comment .I am waiting for your response.

    Love for the Prophet is a Condition of Faith
    Love for the Prophet Muhammad is a measure of one's iman (faith and inner conviction) and our iman is completed and perfected only when our love for the Prophet exceeds our love for everything else in this world, including our own lives. The Holy Qur'an says:

    "The Prophet is preferable for the believers even to their own selves..." (33:6)

    This is a definitional sentence which tells us what it takes to be a believer: preferring the Prophet even to one's own life. In confirmation of this the Prophet is reported in Hadith to have said:

    "None of you becomes a believer until I am dearer to him than his children, his parents and all mankind." (as reported by Bukhari and Muslim) Some versions add: "his life, his wealth and his family".

    The best of believers, the suhaba (companions of the Prophet), did show such love for the Prophet, especially the noblest of them. Hadhrat Ali, speaking on behalf of all the community of suhaba in Medina, is reported to have said:

    "The Holy Prophet is dearer to us than our wealth, our children, our fathers, our forefathers, our mothers and cool water at the time of severe thirst."

    The firmly established principle in Islam that our iman is as good as our love for the Prophet is fairly and accurately expressed by an Urdu poet when he says:

    "Without love for the Prophet it is difficult to find God;

    He who is not of the Prophet's cannot be of God.

    Without love for Muhammad faith cannot be complete;

    To be a Muslim it is not enough to believe in God.

    Daily prayers, charity, fasting and hajj are fine;

    But despite these I cannot be among the faithful.

    Unless I am ready to be sacrificed for the honour of Muhammad;

    God is witness - my faith cannot attain perfection."

    Love of the Prophet breathes life into our practice of religion. Without it our religion reduces to an empty adherence to a set of dead rules and rituals. ("Soul of iman, essence of the Qur'an and life of religion - all these are love of Muhammad, the Mercy to All Creation.")


    At one level it seems clear why the faithful should love the Prophet: he is their teacher, guide and leader and it is impossible for him to teach, guide and lead them if they don't love him. But there is a deeper meaning in the principle that love for the Prophet is essential for iman.

    Love of the Prophet is love of all the beauty and nobility of character, truthfulness, justness, humility and inner strength of which man is capable and which the Prophet as al-insan al-kamil (the Perfect man) possessed in the utmost degree. Love for the Prophet means to acknowledge, cherish and glorify all the potential of goodness and greatness that God has created within Man.

    It also means love of humanity, not just in regard to its potential for perfection but also despite its general inability to realize that potential and despite all kind of imperfections and weaknesses from which it suffers. For the Prophet is not only the Perfect Man but also the Representative Man who on the day of judgment will represent mankind and plead on their behalf for their imperfections and weaknesses before the throne of God.

    Thus love of the Prophet, on the one hand puts us on the road to perfection by making us cherish it dearly and on the other hand it helps us accept our imperfect humanity and in this way to live in peace with ourselves as repentant servants of God hopeful of His mercy. This is why love for the Prophet is a condition of iman, for what is iman if it is not to acknowledge and repent for one's imperfections and weaknesses and to cherish and strive for - even as an unachievable ideal - the perfection of which man is potentially capable?

    There are two closely interconnected sides of iman. One is divine and consists of recognizing God and being at peace with Him. The other is recognizing one's own self and being at peace with oneself. The two sides are like two sides of a coin, none of which can exist without the other. This is shown by numerous verses in the Qur'an and ahadith of the Prophet. For example, the Prophet is reported to have said that he who recognized his own self recognized his Lord. Approaching the same principle from the other direction, the Qur'an says:

    "that those who forget God are made to forget their own selves" (59:19).

    The word Islam means being at peace with God and this is linked in the Qur'an with being a self at peace with itself.

    The love of the Prophet represents the human side of faith. as man the Prophet represents a believers own true self. His love for the Prophet means that he has recognized his own true self and is at peace with himself which in turn means that he has recognized his Lord and made peace with Him by surrendering to Him.

    Wednesday, May 27, 2009

    An open message to all Muslim and Non-muslim

    Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

    To all Muslim and Non-Muslim
    Islam means Peace. All the Muslims always want peace. We don't want any war. Those who kill innocent people in the name of Allah and Islaam they are not real Muslim. They just use the title Muslim. Islam condemns terrorism in all forms especially attacks on innocent women and children. So please don't compare Islam with those terrorists. If you can then compare with our Rasul (PBUH). Read the Quran and understand the meaning its meaning. If you really want know abut Islaam then just read the Quran. Allah told that Quran is for all the Human being. So we want peace. We believe in one God Allah and we LOVE HIM a lot.

    This is Islam
    Islam means “submission to God”. Islam is the belief that there is only One God, whose proper name is Allah, which means “ the God”. Islam is the same message given to all the prophets, from Adam, Noah, Moses, Abraham, Jesus, and finally to the Prophet Muhammad, the last messenger (peace and blessings be upon them). They all brought the same message: worship only God, and stop worshiping human beings and their ideas.

    Become a Muslim Now

    If you believe there is only One God who should be worshipped, and no one/nothing else has that right but Him, and you believe Muahmmad, peace be upon him, was a messenger who brought the same message as all the prophets before him, then you are basically a Muslim.

    Do Not Hesitate

    If someone receives the message of Islam and dies rejecting it, they are forever destined to Hellfire. Anyone who truly believes in the message of Islam, their previous sins are forgiven and they will spend eternity in Paradise . If you have belief, act on it. Do not worry about what anyone else thinks. Your eternal life is at stake.

    To become a Muslim, simply declare the following:
    I testify there is nothing worthy of worship except Allah, and I testify Muhammad is His slave and messenger.

    Follow this link for more information
    How to Convert to islam?

    I am gratitude to one of my friends of facebook for this writings.

    Monday, May 25, 2009

    Reality of Love

    There once lived in Basrah a prolific and profoundly spiritual worshipper whose fear of the Hereafter caused him to become physically weak, and whose constant crying made him skinny and sick. When he was on his death bed, his family gathered around him and they all began to cry.

    'Help me sit up,' he said. He addressed his father first: 'O my father, what is making you cry?'

    'My son,' began his father, 'I remembered that I will lose you and I will be alone after you die.'
    The worshipper then turned his gaze towards his mother and said, 'O my mother, what is making you cry?'

    'I am crying because I will soon have to taste the bitterness of losing you,' she said.

    He then turned to his sister and asked, 'What is making you cry?'

    'Because I will soon lose out on your kindness and will consequently have to depend on others for help,' she said.

    Finally he looked at his children and asked, 'What is making you cry?'

    'The prospect of a hard and humiliating life of being orphans after you die,' they said. Now it was his turn to cry. 'And what is making you cry?' everyone asked.

    'I am crying because I saw that each one of you cried for his or her own self and not for me,' he said. 'Is there none among you who cried for the long, hard journey I am about to embark upon, and the few supplies (i.e.good deeds) that I have for it? Is there none among you who cries because I will be lying down in dirt? Is there none among you who cries because I will be held accountable (and might have to endure punishment)? Is there none among you who cries because of when I will stand before the Lord of all that exists (for judgment)?'

    He then rolled over onto his face; when they tried to move him, they realized he had just died...

    Al-Mawaiz Wal Majalis page 111

    From the book: Stories of Repentance


    Sunday, May 24, 2009

    Definition of Love

    There are 4 types of love in islam:

    1) Divine Love - which is specifically for Allaah alone. And none should be loved divinely more than Allaah.

    2) Love for the sake of Allaah, which is love for the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), the companions and the righteous etc.


    a) Love of the permissible: wives/husband, children, parents etc.

    b) Love of food, water, clothing etc.

    4) Love of any other deity besides Allaah, such as something which contradicts what Allah has ordered us to do etc. which isn't permitted.

    1) The person has to have divine love for Allaah only, which is compulsory in islaam. It isn't permitted that a person's love for anything else goes against the commandments of Allaah.

    2) We also have to love the Messenger of Allaah (peace be upon him) more than we love ourselves - this is needed in order to perfect faith. [check tafsir ibn kathir Qur'an 9:24]

    3) The 3rd love is a permissible love but it can either lead to sin [if the person disobeys Allah in order to please the creation] or it can lead to reward if the believer has the intention of pleasing Allah.

    4) The 4th love is what stops a disbeliever from coming closer to Allah, it may be something else worshipped instead of Allah, such as an idol, a person, the persons desires etc. We should seek refuge in Allah from this.

    Most people who fall into haraam love usually don't understand islaam properly. They might start off with desire, and gradually be played into falling in love with the person. However, one has to realize that no love is real, no love is really lasting - unless it is done for the sake of Allah. This is why love which is done while disobeying Allah is usually broken, ends up in hurt, and both people usually end up as enemies, or go down other evil after this, unless Allah saves them and blesses them in hidaayah (guidance.)


    Saturday, May 23, 2009

    Pearls of Wisdom:Part 1

    Really the word of the Elders enlightens our heart and make inspired us to do something good.ALLAH also know this and this is why he collected so many sayings of other prophet and thus made our Prophet's (Peach Be Upon Him) heart strong.Here i collected some sayings of our respected elders.I think these pearls will help us to be more good,lawful and obedient to ALLAH.The pearls are given in below:

    1.When the inward is good the outward is also inevitably so, for the outward always follows the inward, whether for good or evil. [Imam al Haddad]

    2. Know that the hearing and sight are two open doors; whatever enters through them reaches the heart. [Imam al Haddad]

    3. The sincere person is the one who hides his good deeds just like he hides his evil deeds. [Yaqub al Ma'foof]

    4. Do not rely on vain hopes, because vain hopes are the assets of idiots and fools. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    5. If you cannot be of benefit to the people, then do not harm them; if you cannot make them happy, then do not make them sorrowful; if you cannot praise them, then do not disparage them. [Yahya ibn Mu'adh]

    6. Wisdom is the name of the trait of remembering experiences and making use of them. The best experience is the one that gives the best warning and advice. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    7. Take advantage of the opportunities before they turn their backs upon you; the worst form of folly is to waste the opportunities of this life and to lose salvation. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    8. Treat with consideration and kindness those over whom you have power and authority. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    9. Keep a complete control over your temper and anger, because I have never found anything more beneficial at the end and more productive of good results than such control. [Ali radi Allah anhu]

    10. Be mild, pleasant, and lenient with him who is harsh, gross, and strict with you; gradually he will turn to your way of behavior. [Ali radi Allah anhu]


    Thursday, May 21, 2009

    Three things in Life

    Three things in life once gone never come back........
    2. opportunity.

    Three things in life are never sure ...

    Three things in life that make you a great person..
    3. sucess

    Three things in life are most valuable..
    2. self respect
    3. friends .

    Three things in life must not be lost....
    2. hope
    3. honesty.


    Tuesday, May 19, 2009

    World wide Markaj list of tablighi jamaat

    Markaj is an arabic word.It means center.In tablghi jamaat markaj means where people engaged with this tablighi movement gathered together to get the hedayat(how to do this work) from the elders.When people want to go in the path of ALLAH then they gather in their local markaj and the elders of the markaj make them acquired together(jamaat bondi)and make their destination where to go to give dawah.Moreover in markaj one day of each week people gathered together to listen the speech of the elders.The elders also make their valuable speech(bayan) to the listeners about quran,sunnah and about islam,Jannat,jahannam.Here i collect the list of markaj of world wide countries.It is update.I think some address may be changed.If any one know this please make the correction via comment.Jajakallah.
    The list is given below.

    Kaleem Razal, Al-Musaffah, Abu Dhabi. 971-2-721-..

    Haji Md Meer, Sarai Nelam Farrush, Shahbazar, Kabul. 155-23798

    Markaz, Bait-un-Nur, 17, 11th Avenue Mayfair, Johannesburg. 011-8392633
    Kirk St Masjid, 12 Kirk St, 2001 Johannesburg. (G. M. Padia) 27-31-923-841, faks 27-11-852-4011

    Dr Abdul Latif Saleh, Tirana. +355-42-25440/25438
    Seshi Avni Rustemi, Tirana. +355-42-23038
    Dr Skender Durresi, Tirana. +355-42-32710

    Masjid An-Najah, Al-Mohammedia, Algeria. (Belqasim Merad 213-2-750)

    Dearborn Mosque, 9945 West Vernor Highway, Dearborn, Detroit. +1-313-8429000
    Markaz New York, 425, Montauk Avenue, Apt. 1, Brooklyn, New York.Markaz, Masjid Falah, 42-12, National St., Corona, New York. (Loqman Abdul Aleem) +1-718-4767968
    Abdur Raqeeb, 130, 69th St., Guttenberg, NJ 07093. +1-201-86.. , +1-718-8587168 (faks - Faqir)
    Markaz, 820 Java Street, Los Angeles. (dekat Arbor Vitae St.) +1-310-4199177 (Dr Abd Rauf)Farouq Toorawa, Los Angeles. +1-310-6755456
    Masjid Al-Noor (Markaz), 1751 Mission Street, San Francisco. +1-415-5528831Vallejo Mosque, 727 Sonoma Boulevard, Vallejo, California. +1-707-6452024
    Naser Sayedi, 1777 East West Road, P.O.B. 1703, Honolulu. +1-808-735..L/Cpl Chaudary, Hawaii. +1-808-2575721Islamic Centre, 1935, North Eo Place, Manoa, Honolulu.

    Comunidade Islamica em Angola, Caika Posta 2630, Luano.

    Abdul Ghaffar Noor Wali, Jeddah. 966-2-6371607
    Ghassan 6823041
    Dr Ahmad Ali, P.O. Box 22310, Riyadh 11495. 966-1-6023679

    Ahmad Abboud, Centro Islamico, Av. San Juan 3049/53, Buenos Aires. 54-1-973577

    Markaz, 90 Cramer Street, Preston 3074, Melbourne.Sheikh Mo'taz El-Leissy, Melbourne. 61-3-94784515
    Markaz, 765 Wangee Road, Lakemba, Sydney. 61-2-97593898
    S. Hamid Latif, Lakemba Mosque, 63/65 Wangee Road, Lakemba 2195, Sydney. 61-2-759-3899, 61-3-470-2424
    Markaz, 427 William Street, Perth.Abdul Wahab, Perth. 61-9-4596826

    A. Khaleque Qureshi, Masjid Belal, Diefenbachgasse 12/12, 1150 Wien. 43-1-9387615, 43-1-7366125

    EW S. Uzair M. Ali, Orzhenigidzebskoy, Noboy Gumarbel M3/2F (?)

    Jamaat ul Islam, P.O. Box 10711, Nassau.

    A Aziz Baluch, P.O. Box 335, Manama. 953-256-707

    Kakrail Masjid, P.O. Ramna, Dhaka. 88-02-239-457

    Maulana Yusuf Piprawala, Kensington New Road, Bridgetown. 1-809-426-8767

    +257 75752714
    +257 79910035
    +257 77716195

    Moskee Arrahman (Markaz), Van Ostade str. 393-395, 1074 Amsterdam. (Tram no. 4 dari stesen keretapi) (Al-Kabiri) 31-20-764073

    Masjid Noor, Rue Massaux 6, Gemeente Schaarbeek, 1030 Brussels. (Mostafa Nooni) 32-2-219-7847
    Masjid Van Slambrouck, Fortuin St. 6, B8400 Oostende.

    Md Riaz, 3132 Kraal Road, Belize City.

    Md Mosque, Basset Bldg Court, St. Ram, Hamilton.

    Omar Osman, P.O. Box 382 (?), Biera. 23260

    Biab Khalil, P.O. Box 216, La Paz. BX 5418 (teleks)

    A Aziz Alinani, Imam, Centro Islamica, Ax W-5 Norte, Brazil. 55-11-278-6789

    Markazi Mosque, South Street, Saville Town, Dewsbury. (Hafez M Patel) 44-924-460760, 44-924-46685? (faks)
    East London Markazi Masjid, 9-11 Christian St, Off Commercial Road, London E1. (Zulfiqar) 44-71-4811294

    Hj Jamili Hj Abbas, 647 Kg Lumapas. 673-8-810480, 673-2-337488. jamil@brunet.bn
    Hj Mahadi, Bandar Sri Begawan. 332148

    Mufti Basri Osman, Plovdiv. 359-2-233-109

    Masjid-e-Noor, Share Namer, N O'Jamina. (Adam Yusuf Amin)

    Dudaeb Shakmarze, Ul. Khakalskaya 90/2/42, Grozni.

    Taufiq Rumie, Edwardo Castillo Valesco 1160, Nunoa, Santiago. 56-2-496-081, 56-2-294-182

    Hilal D. C. Guangyun, V. C., Stand Comm, East Dist. Peoples Congress, ..

    Habibullah, Sk Mohuddin, village Gubdan, Lewanshowski.

    Shehzad Ahmad, Makki Masjid, Brikegade 4 KLD, N Kobenhavn (Copenhagen). 45-43-(35)-361-513
    Centre Mosque, Morbaerhaven Block 18 c/4, 2060 Albertslund. 02-454368

    Shaikh Hamdan, Masjid al Kasis, Al Kasis No. 3, dekat Umm Kulsum Che..

    Masjid, 7 Harringto Street, Dublin.
    Dublin Islamic Centre, 163, South Circular Road, Dublin 8.
    Md Shigara, 21, Wolseley Street, Dublin 3. 353-1-540-027

    M. M. Kechia, Abu Bakr Masjid, Kwas Maida, Addis Ababa. 251-1-130-208, 135-823 (Ibrahim Sufra)

    Abu Bakar Sulil, Masjid Odiveas, Rua Thomas de Anunciacao 30 R/C Esq, Odiveas 2675, Lisboa.

    Noor Ali, Raki Raki Jama Masjid, P.O Box 15, Raki Raki, Fiji. 679-24440, 679-94002


    globo de oro golden mosqe quiapo metro manila philippines.

    markaj abubakar m.s.u. marawi city mindanao philippines

    Omar Nizamuddin, Puutarhankatu 18A, Helsinki. 358-21-513-572
    Masjid, Fredrinkatu 33B, 00120 Helsinki 12. 358-0-643-579, 358-0-149-6395
    Masjid, Abrahaminkatu

    Abdul Wadood, Arabic Madrassa, Serekunda.

    T. Osang, P.O. Box 170A, Rock of Islam Mosque, Labadi, Accra. 233-21-663-443, 665-060

    Md Boye, P.O. Box 12294, Barry, Conakary.

    Abayu Bayo, Jamia Kabir, Bissau.

    Azim Khan, 35, Kraig Village, East Bank, Demerara. 592-(02)-62269 (Georgetown)

    Masjid Ammar, 40-01 Kwon Road, Wanch.. 5-892-0720 (Md Qadeem, Zafar 852-3-5-239-975)

    A. Hafez, Flat 9, 84 Linen Kurt, Budapest. 36-1-833-905, 36-1-276-0482 (Babikir)
    Dr Izzedin, Estergomiut 56/VII/26, 1138 Budapest.
    Ibrahim, Fortuna (hotel murah), Szolgaltaro GMk, 1073 BP, Akacf..

    Banglawali Masjid, 168 W. Nizamuddin, Basti Nizamuddin, New Delhi. 91-11-494-7137 (faks: Farooq), 617-142 (..)

    Masjid Jamek, 83 Jalan Hayam Waruk, Kebun Jeruk, Jakarta Barat. (Ahmad Zulfikar) 62-21-821-236, 639-5585, 682-378
    Masjid Istiqlal, Jalan Yos Sudarso, Dumai, Sumatra Barat.

    Al Amir A Roaf, Masjid e Tauhidi, Zahedan.

    Sk Kazim, Montaga Buhimania Al Karich, Share Mar'uf, Baghdad.

    El Amrani, 3231 Via Vanzetti No. 3, Cita di Sudi (Cascino Rosa), Milano. 39-10-952-20?, 39-6-802-258
    Masjid, Via Bertoloni 22/24, Roma
    Masjid,Via Berthollet 24, Torino
    Masjid, Via de Groce 3 (Tingkat 4), Trieste

    Masjid Cesemate Sq., Main Street, Gibraltar. 350-73058

    Naeem A. Muta'ali, Muslim Community, 54 Wildman Street, Kingston. 1-809-9283516 (Akbar), 9286789 (Naeem)
    Islamic Center of Jamaica, 134 1/2 King Street, Kingston.

    Markaz Islaho Tarbiyat (Ichnowari), 1-1-6 Bingonishi, Kasukabe-Shi, Saitama-Ken, Tokyo 334.Ibrahim Ken Okubo, Room 105, Bingo Higashi 1-22-20, Kasukabe Shi, Saitama Ken, Tokyo 344. 0487-36-2767 (tel) 04-8738-0699 (faks)Syed Sohel 04-8736-2767
    Masjid Darus Salam, 772, Oaza Sakai, Sakai Machi, Sawa-gun, Gunma Ken.Hafiz Afzal 030-146-1419
    Masjid Shin Anjo (Nagoya), Bangunan Kamimoto, Tingkat Satu, 1-11-15, Imaike-cho, Anji-Shi, Aichi Ken. Najimuddin 030-56-32101Nufail 030-56-50432, 056-698-9408
    Masjid Takwa (Chiba), Sanbu-Machi, Sanbu-Gun, Ametsubo 65-12, Chiba Ken (dekat stesen JR Hyuga).Lokman 043-444-5464, 030-067-9223Shamin 010-404-4748
    Makki Mosque (Narimasu, Tokyo), stesen Narimasu (Tobu line).Asraf 010-609-2479
    Markaz Hon-Atsugi (Kanagawa). 0462-27-5936
    Islamic Center, 1-16-11 Ohara Setagayu ku, Tokyo 156. 03-7870916, 4606169
    Islamic Center, C Hoko Mansion 4-33-10 Kitazawa, Setagaya ku, Tokyo 156.
    Nerima K. K. Mati, 1-30-17 Kopsaki 205, Tokyo. 81-3-450-6820, 81-3-553-7665 (Ismail), faks 81-3-458-3967
    A. Aziz Mecavale, 175 Kumitashi Cho, Tokyo. (d/a Akarim Seth)

    Md. Nawaz, Masjid, Muenchener str. 21, Frankfurt. (06175)1673, (0221)550..
    Md. Nawaz, Berliner str. 31, 6374 Steinbach. (06171) 75360
    Barbaros Gamii (masjid), Kyffhavser str. 26 (dekat Barbarossa Platz), 5 Koeln 1 (Cologne). (Husseinbeg Firat 467477, Zia) 0211-213870
    Masjid, Lindower str. 18-19, 1000 Berlin 65. (030) 4617026
    Masjid, Landwehr str. 25, Muenchen (Munich). (dekat stesen keretapi)
    Masjid, Steindamm, Hamburg. (dekat stesen keretapi)
    Masjid, Haupsletter str. 715, Stuttgart. 0711-6406775

    Salem Ahmad, Deeday Masjid, P.O. Box 730, Djibouti. 253-762-189, 5818 FIANEA (teleks)

    Md Mustafa Al Wafai, Masjid Madeenat al Hujjaj, Mukhayam Het.. 962-6-774-257

    Osmany c/o Alhaj Md, P.O. Box 19, Marwah.237-291-5..

    Medina Masjid, 1015 Danforth Ave., Toronto. (Ismail Patel / Anjum Mohammad)1-416-465-7833.

    Baba Khanov, Muslim Religious Board of Central Asia, Alma Ata.

    A. Shakoor, Londi Mosque, sebelah balai polis Kamakunsi, Nairobi. 254-2-764-224, 254-2-340-965

    Ahmet Cetkin, Harika Camii, Palamud Sok No. 11, Asa Marao.

    Imam Qamaruddin, Masjid Annur, GPO Box 10896, Seoul. 82-2-556-...

    Mostafa Md Imam, Centro Islamico, Dasamprados Casa 7-16, San Jose. 506-272-878

    A Rashid Haroon, Subhan Markaz, Al Mantiga Sinaere, Kuwait.

    Maulana Qamaruddin Noori, Masjid India, P.O Box 617, Vientianne. 3776..

    S M Azmat Subzwari, Randall Street Mosque, Monrovia. 231-225-0..

    Mustafa Kuraitty, Jame al Badri, Bab bib Ghasher, Tripoli. 218-61-72138..

    A Hasib Sar Hal, Imam Ali ut Tariq Jadidah, dekat Madrasah Farooq, Beirut.

    Islamic Centre, Route Darlon 2, Mamar. (S. B. Khan Afridi) 352-311-695..

    Yakub Patel, P.O.Box 101, Tamatave. 261-5-33202

    Alhaj Ali, Masjid en Noor, Hayya Araha 61, Darul Baida, Casablanca. 212-366-483..

    Ebrahim Makda, Juma Masjid, Kamuza Proc. Road, Lilongwe. 265-720216

    Masjid Jamek Sri Petaling, Bandar Baru Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur. 60-3-9580515. 60-3-7595063 (Madrasah Miftahul Ulum). 60-3-7586134 (faks: Hj Khalid)
    Abdul Wahid, Kota Kinabalu. 088-232994 ®, 088-225081 (o).

    Ibrahim Hassan, G. Aabin, Male Island.

    Ismail, Markaz Haidara, P.O. Box 1551, Bamako. 223-22-22..

    Md El Sadi, Islamic Centre, Corradino Road, P.O. Box 11, Paola, Malta. 356-772-163..

    Daud Ahmad, Masjid Shurfa, P.O. Box 14, Nouakchott.

    Masjid Nur, Gora Issac St., Port Louis. 230-2424904
    Mir AM Soorma, Shaukat Islam Mosque, P.O.Box 328, Port Louis. 230-26..

    Mir Y Ali, Norte 40A, No. 3612A, Col 7 de Noviembre, Mexico DF.. 537-1138

    Masjid Anas bin Malik, Madinatul Muhaddithin, Share Iraqu Giza, Cairo. 20-2-702-804, 20-2-348-6185

    Md Rafiq Ahmad, Av Dazambia 305, I C Flat 4, Maputo. 258-2378..

    B. A. Ground Mosque, dekat stesen keretapi Rangoon. 95-1-74436, 3100 (Bhay)

    Abdul Samad Bhikoo, Auckland Mosque, 17 Vermont Street, Ponsonby, Auckland. 64-9-3764437
    Masjid AnNur, Christchurch. 64-3-3483930
    Ishan Othman, Dunedin. 64-3-4767121

    Yahya Sa'ati, Sooq al Kabir, dekat Mohatta Sayarat, Niamey.

    Hamza Oshodi, Central Mosque, 37 Church Road, Saban Gari, Kano. 47-2-9883..

    K. M. Riaz, Bilal Masjid, Tordenskjolds Gt. 86, 3044 Drammen. 47-2-9883-..
    Islamic Centre, Nosdahlbruns Gt. 22, Oslo 1.

    Masud Harthi, Jame Khalid ibni Walid, Assib, Muscat. 92-21-415..

    AlHaj A. Wahab, Madrassa Arabia, Raiwind, Lahore. 92-21-415.., 92-21-216..(faks)
    Makki Masjid, Garden Road, Karachi.

    A F Bhikoo, Jama Masjid, 3rd Street & Mexico Avenue, Panama City. 517-256-44..

    Md Amin (Jallo), Masjid Ahlesunnah, P.O. Box 110, Danane. -(225)-635-320 (Boike town)

    Sh. Yunus Tlili, Masjid Rahman, Ave. Paul Vaillent Couturier 52, 93200 St Denis. 33-1-,
    Markaz Marseille, Rue Malaval 24, 13002 Marseille. 91908047

    Naguib Atala, Casilla 3134, Lima. 51-14-294-620

    Yakub, ul. Piastowska 77, Bialistok.
    Masjid, ul. Abrama 17A, Gdansk.
    Boguslaw Zagorski, ul. Rozlogi 6 Apt. 51, Warszawa (Warsaw).

    Arab Cultural Club, Km 5, KMO 65th Inf Ave, Rio Piepras, PR0092.

    Abdullah Ahmad, Masjid Mantaya Sanaiya, P.O.Box 40621, Doha.

    Yusuf Lockati, Masjid Nurul Islam, 97400 St Denis. 262-200..

    Masjid, Ovidiu Square, Constanta.

    Masjid, Prospect Mira (dekat Olympic Station), Moscow. 281-4904
    Sayyid Akhtar, Moscow. sar_bob@hotmail.com

    +250 788473100
    +250 788566781
    Sk Ahmad, Masjid Al Noor, P.O. Box 1955, Colobane, Dakar. 221-223-262

    Hassan Taravaly, 4 Rush Street, Circular Road, Freetown.

    Masjid Angulia, Serangoon Road. 02-2971624
    Hj Jufri, Block 210 #07-91, Tapines Street 23. 02-7832358
    Hj Hassan 02-4442312
    Najmuddin 02-2914742
    Abdul Karim 02-4439294

    S Sheraff, Masjid e Dawat, Magaiscia. 252-1-81963

    Musa Taha, Mezquita Ataqua, Calle Correo Viejo - 4, Albaicine, Granada. 34-58-255-611

    Markez Islamic Centre
    150, Lukmanjee Square, Grandpass Road
    Colombo 14, SRI LANKA.
    Telephone: 0094-11-2325910
    Tel/Fax: 0094-11-2434535
    Dr D H Khalili, Masjid Hamddab, Ash Shaharah, Khartoum. 249-11-222428

    Mufti B Piprawala, Masjid Taedul Islam, Mutton Shop 10B, Paramaribo. 597-81394

    Md Hassan, P.O. Box 201, Maikerns. 83327

    Markaz, Tarsgatan 91, Stockholm. 46-8-334-490 (A Raof), 46-8-750-8511 (S Zaidi)
    Dr M Piar Ali, Tarsgatan 45B, Stockholm
    Tonsbergsgatan 4, 3TR, 16434 Kista. 46-8-719-3215 (P Ali)
    Masjid, Gamlagatan, Uppsala. 46-18-21998281

    Hussain Osmani, Muslim Association, 2-A Linderain str Post F 1650, 30012 Berne. 41-31-228-396, 556-321
    Masjid, Chemin Colladon 34, Petit Saconnex, Geneva. (Tram no. 12) 7987311
    Islamic Center, Narstr. 19, Zurich.
    Masjid, Tingkat 3, Ausstellungstr. 21, Zurich.

    A M M Hosni, Razaqul-Jin-Sary, Zaid b Sabit, Merchant Modaiya, Damascus.

    Ali Bhai Patel, Al Futiaim Motors, P.O. Box 5819. 971-6-548-629

    A Rahim Mostafa, Masjid Shah Mansoor, ul. Wasfe, Dushanbe.

    Chinese Muslim Association, 62 H'sin Shen South Rd, Sec 2, Taipeh. 886-2-522-4473
    Nurrdin Hsueh Wen Ching, P.O. Box 1430, Kaohsiung. 886-7-7498749, 886-7-5215771

    Sayed Mohsin, Medina Masjid, P.O. Box 5050, Dar es Salam. 255-61-26455

    Hanif A. Shakur, Masjid Aslam, Bangkaoli, Bangkok. 662-235-3956..
    Markaz, Minburi. (30 km dari pusat Bangkok)
    Markaz, Yala.

    Imam Ratib, Sk Al Hassan, Grand Mosque, Zongo, Lome.

    1. Raziff Ghany, Monroe Road Masjid, Monroe Road, Cunupia. 809-650-1985
    2. Masjid Rahma, (Recently updated at 2010/09/29 after getting a message)
    Bejucal Road,
    Tel/ Fax : (868)-693-0667


    Mestaoui Habib, 28 Rue Ibn Khaldoun, Ben Arous, Tunis. 216-1-380-843

    Umar Vanlioglu, Mescidi Salam, Sultan Ciftligi, Habibler Koyu, Istanbul. 90-1-3854053, 90-1-5951773, 90-1-5054619 (faks: C. Korkut)

    Uraz Murod, Uraz Md, Haji Noor, Masjid, Ashkabad.

    Omar Mazinga, Masjid Nur, William St., P.O. Box 2046, Kampala. 256-41-246-63..

    Murad, Madrassa Mir e Arab, Bukhara. 42170
    Imam Mustafa Khul, Samarkand, 353268
    Ziauddin, Idara Diniyat, Tashkent. 351307

    Farooq A Rahman, Islamic Center, Calle-9, Urb La Paz, El Paraiso, Caracaz. 58-2-498322?

    M. Zakaria, Mutawalli Mosque, 66 Tnilap Thanh, Saigon.
    Masjid Annur, 12 Hang Luoc street, Hang Ma ward, Hoan Kian precinct, Hanoi.
    Ustaz Muhsin, Madrasah Arabiah, 25A Lang Ha street, Hanoi.

    Hamood Faki, Masjid As-Sawad, Al Habbah Annagal St, Al Harabi, Sana'a. 967-2-227-246

    Jusufspabic Md., Jevremova 11, 11000 Belgrade. 38-11-642-043, 622-654

    Greece Markazi Masjid Rassos, 9 Galaxia Strape (dekat Kosmos), 117/45 Athens.
    Munir Mahmud, G. Papandreau 87, Goudi, Athens. 30-1-775-8155, 30-531-24863 (Hussein Mostafa)

    A. M. Patel, 39 Mama Yemo, P.O. Box 155, Likasi. 243-12-28272

    Ahmad Nomani, P.O. Box 510191, Chipata. 260-62-21161
    Ahmad Karodia, Md Ravat, P.O. Box 30324, Lusaka. 260-1-212-023

    Y. Hussain, Ridgeview Masjid, Boeing Road, Ridgeview. 263-4-292..


    Sunday, May 17, 2009

    The story of Abu Dar(Zar)(RA)

    [This story is adopted from a lecture of Imam Anwar Al Awlaki]
    Abu Dar ( Ra ) stated that “Me, my brother and my mother left our land of Gifar because our people used to be disrespectful of the Ashru Hurm.” Al Ashru Hurm was the four month which Arba People considered to be sacered and they dont engage themselves in any warfare in these month. However the people of Gifar from where Abu Dar (Ra) belongs dont care about this rule. So Abu Dar (Ra) left Gifar. Unlike other Arab beduin Abu Dar don’t worship idols. And he worshipped Allah. Later He know about Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) and some of His teaching from his brother Unais. Unais also told him that people of Mecca tell him sorcerer and Magician. In reply Abu Dar told “You haven’t satisfied my hunger , I want to go and investigate the matter myself”. So he went to Mecca to meet Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) and that is what we muslim need to do. We need to verify ourselves.
    So Abu Dar went to Mecca and asked a people of Mecca about Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam). That man started calling the Quraish and together they start beating him until he fell unconcious. By the time he woke he was covered with blood from head to toe. So he went to Zamzam washed himself and drank water then he went to Al Kaaba and stayed there for thirty days without any food except the water of ZamZam. Later he met Muhammad (Sallallah Alaihi Wa Sallam) and Abu Bakr (Ra). Rasul (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam ) asked him where he belongs and surprised to know that he is coming from Gifar only for searching the truth. So Abu Dar (Ra) embraced Islam and he was told by Muhammad (Sallalllahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) to keep it secret. But the next day he publicly “AshaduAllah Al La Ila Illallah Wa Ashadunna Muhammadur Rasulullah”. So he doesn’t care about the consequences. The people started to beat him so bad that he was gonna die until Abbas Bin Abdul Mutallib told them he is from Gifar. Then they ran away from him. The next day same thing happened again with a new group of people until Abbas Bin Abdul Mutallib told them he is from Gifar. The ran away because they thought that if they killed Abu Dar (Ra) his tribe from Gifar would attack their Caravan. The same things happens for a few days. In the mean time Abu Dar (Ra) know a few Ayah from Rasul (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) and he was told by Rasul (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) to convey the message to the people of Gifar. He lived with Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) for a quite a short term. Probably he doesn’t learn a lot about Islam just a few Ayah, hadith and some basics of Islam. He went back to his people in Gifar and giving them dawah slowly and slowly they become muslim. At time of Hizrah half of them become Muslim and other half promised to be Muslim when the Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) arrived and meet with them and later they did.So the whole of tribe become Muslim. There was a rivalry between Gifar and Aslam. When the people of Aslam heard about the Gifar become Muslim they came to Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) and also became Muslim. All of it started because of one man’s(Abu Dar) work and that time he was not a scholar. Later on he learned a lot about Islam but at that stage he just spent a few days with Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) and learn a few things about Islam.

    So from this story we can learn that

    1. The one who search for guidance Allah will give it to them.

    2. Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) says “Convey even one verse from me”. So it is not necessary that we need to be a professional Dayeh or a Scholar to give Dawah to people rather we can share what we learn with our brother and sister. However we have to remember we can’t tell our own word and we have to tell the people about Quran and Sunnah.

    3. We have to be couregious Muslim.

    4. We have to verify the truth we cant blindly beleive what people say we have to verify Allah has given us mind, Allah has given us intelligence which we need to use. Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) said “Don’t be an Immaa” and when he asked about the meaning of Immaa he said that Immaa refers to someone whenever people say yes he say yes and whenever people say no he say no.

    5. Everything good is significant whereever it is little or huge. For example Abu Dar (Ra) lerned very little in his earlier Muslim and all he wanted is to propagate the message and ended up to become making two tribes of Arab muslim. So if we throw the seed of good, then Allah will make it grow.

    Allah knows the best.


    Saturday, May 16, 2009

    Death:separation from the earth

    Death is something which should not be forgot any time,any moment and any situation.One of the basic factor of islam is "Don't forget Death".So here i collect some beautiful Hadis of Hazrat Muhammad (Peach be upon Him).Dear reader please read these beautiful Hadis and daily think at least 20 minutes about the death.

    1. Do not speak ill of the dead

    2. And behold! a bier passed by Muhammad, and he stood up; and it was said to him, "This is the bier of a Jew." He said, "Was it not the holder of a soul, from which we should take example and fear?"

    3.When the bier of anyone passes by him, whether Jew, Christian, or Muslim, rise to your feet."

    4.Wish not for death any of you; neither the doer of good works, for peradventure he may increase them by an increase of life; nor the offender, for perhaps he may obtain the forgiveness of God by repentance. Wish not, nor supplicate for death before its time comes; for verily when you die, hope is out and the ambition for reward: and verily, the increase of a Mumins' (Muslim's) life increases his good works.

    5.Death is a blessing to a Muslim. Remember and speak well of your dead, and refrain from speaking ill of them.

    6.Death is a blessing to a Muslim. Remember and speak well of your dead, and refrain from speaking ill of them.

    7.The grave is the first stage of the journey into eternity.

    So we all should remind these Hadis and discuss about these Hadis.We can fix some time to think for the life here after.So,welcome my dear reader for the next post.And please don't forget to make comment.


    Friday, May 15, 2009

    Pathetic history of a Muslim sister

    Assalamualikum,Dear reader from one of my friend i have received the following paper cutting where a pathetic history of a muslim women is described when she married a non muslim man.So we should think this ending before any kind of decision to marry a non-muslim.


    Tuesday, May 12, 2009

    To Dear Mehedi Islam

    This post is dedicated to Mehedi Islam,one of my blog reader.I even don't know his nationality but May-02 of this year i found some questions from him in one of my blog comment.I have tried to answer all the questions.I think both the questions and the answers are very important to all the muslim.So i am making a post regarding the Q&A.

    Mehedi Islam:Please don't misunderstand me but shouldn't you start giving dawah to your locality first before moving onto another city/mosque/country?
    Me:Please imagine a scene.A man go abroad to give dawah.Then local people say "Why do you come here?Are all the people of your country get hedayat?If not then go your country and give then dawah." So the people comes to his country go to dawah to local people.Then the local people say "You give dawah to us but what about your family?"So he quits to give dawah to the local people.Then he starts to give dawah to his family.Then one of his family member say "You give dawah to us but what about you?Are you perfect?" Then what should he do? In this regard,Dear brother our Propher(Peach be upon Him) went to Madina before all the people of Macca got Hedayat.
    Mehedi Islam:Also are you aware of unauthentic hadiths in Fazail e Amal?
    Me:I am conscious about unauthentic hadiths in Fazail e Amal.But according to Muhaddis(Master of hadiths) weak hadis is allowed to describe in case of Fazail but not for Masail.
    Mehedi Islam:Also don't you consider doing these extra practises part of innovations in the religion as the predecessors of the Prophet did not practice it.
    Me:All the practices that are doing tablighi jamaat is from Quran,Hadis or the life of Sahaba-e-kiram.

    Mehedi Islam:Lastly, I went Bangladesh last year and realised they thought I'm a taublighi and was giving me negetive vibe. Until I made a clear I am not part of the Taublighi jamat. So just want to know why do Muslims in Bangladesh have negative view of Taublighis?
    Me:.Yes i agree with you that some of the Bangladeshi people are anti tablighi.But it is common practice.Because when the prophet began to give dawah to his community ,his community went against him.It is not the sign of any wrong activities of any movement.

    Jajakallah Mehedi.I think you asked the question only to know the real fact.Brother today Tablighi movement is spreading all over the world.I think it will be better for you to spend some time with this movement.It will make your dunya(the life of earth) and akhirat(the life hereafter) better,happy and more more peaceful.


    Sunday, May 10, 2009

    A tribute to mothers

    Asalaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatahu

    I have collected this writings from my mail inbox.One of my friend has sent this mail to one of my group and i found this great to read and that is why sharing with my reader.

    Those of you who still have your mothers with you, this is something to ponder and to witness as your life unfolds. Those of you who, no longer have your mothers with you, this may be something that sparks a memory for you. Those of you who are mothers, this is something for you to think about as you move through life with your children. Those who have no children, this is something to think about when you encounter children along your life's path -- you know mothering is not relegated to a biological parent only!!

    The young mother set her foot on the path of life. "Is this the long way?" she asked. And the guide said: "Yes, and the way is hard. And you will be old before you reach the end of it. But the end will be better than the beginning."

    But the young mother was happy, and she would not believe that anything could be better than these years. So she played with her children, and gathered flowers for them along the way, and bathed them in the clear streams; and the sun shone on them, and the young Mother cried, "Nothing will ever be lovelier than this."

    Then the night came, and the storm, and the path was dark, and the children shook with fear and cold, and the mother drew them close and covered them with her mantle, and the children said, "Mother, we are not afraid, for you are near, and no harm can come."

    And the morning came, and there was a hill ahead, and the children climbed and grew weary, and the mother was weary. But at all times she said to the children, "A little patience and we are there." So the children climbed, and when they reached the top they said, "Mother, we would not have done it without you."

    And the mother, when she lay down at night looked up at the stars and said, "This is a better day than the last, for my children have learned fortitude in the face of hardness. Yesterday I gave them courage. Today, I have given them strength."

    And the next day came strange clouds which darkened the earth, clouds of war and hate and evil, and the children groped and stumbled, and the mother said: "Look up. Be Brave, Allah is with us." And the children realised, and became firm, and it guided them beyond the darkness. And that night the Mother said, "This is the best day of all, for I have shown my children the awareness of the Almighty."

    And the days went on, and the weeks and the months and the years, and the mother grew old and she was little and bent. But her children were tall and strong, and walked with courage.

    And when the way was rough, they lifted her, for she was as light as a feather; and at last they came to a hill, and beyond they could see that her time had come to return to her Lord. And mother said: "I have reached the end of my journey. And now I know the end is better than the beginning, for my children can walk alone, and their children after them." And the children said, "You will always be with us, Mother, even when you have gone to Allah." And they stood and watched her as she went on alone, her eyes closed entering the next stage in life's journey. And they said: "We cannot see her no-more, but she is with us still. A Mother like ours is more than a memory. She is a living presence." Your Mother is always with you.

    She's the whisper of the leaves as you walk down the street, she's the smell of bleach in your freshly laundered socks, she's the cool hand on your brow when you're not well. Your Mother lives inside your laughter. And she's crystallized in every tear drop. She's the place you came from, your first home, your best friend, your keeper of your secrets, always on your side; always to protect you; always to love you. And nothing on earth can separate you.. Not time, not space...not even death!

    To all our mothers. May we never take you for granted.

    O Allah, forgive our parents as they looked after us when we were small. Grant them Jannat al-Firdaus, the Highest stage in Paradise. Give them that which is best in this world, the best in the hereafter, and Protection from the fire. O Allah, make them among the residents of Jannah, with the Prophets, the righteous, the muttaqun, and the martyrs.

    Ameen Ya Rabb....



    Saturday, May 9, 2009

    How to be happy

    Happiness is a thing which is deserved by all the people of the world.No one in the world wants to be unhappy.While passing time in facebook i have got some advice from one of my friend how to be happy.I want to share it with my dear reader.My dear reader if any one of you have any idea then please share it with us.

    Five simple rules to be happy:
    1. Free your heart from hatred
    2. Free your mind from worried
    3. Live simply
    4. Give more
    5. Expect less

    Wednesday, May 6, 2009

    Six Points of Tabligh:Iman

    What is Iman?
    Iman is something that is unseen and make a person obedient and respectful to someone on which he brings iman.
    What is Iman in Islam?
    In islam Iman is to give sahada "La Ilaha Illallahu Muhammadur Rasulullah".
    Meaning of La Ilaha Illallah:
    In short the sentence means that "There is no God but ALLAH".In broader sense it means that "What ever we see in the world and whatever exists outsides of our vision, all are creation except ALLAH.No creation can do anything with out the order of ALLAH but ALLAH can do everything without the help of any creation.To be certain that whatever is happening through a “cause” is not in reality originating from it, butrather, is happening only because Allah has ordered or willed it. For example, water is dependant on the hukm[command] of Allah to quench thirst. Also, to cure, medication is contingent on Allah’s hukm. Likewise, the human heart depends on the hukm of Allah to pulsate and nourish cells throughout the body. Similarly, without Allah commanding it to, the universe is devoid of any power or ability to exist.
    Meaning of Muhammadur Rasulullah:
    Its wordly meaning is that "Hazrat Muhammad(Peach BE Upon Him) is the Messenger of ALLAH " . Its broader meaning is that Our worldly as well as the life hereafter's happiness,peach,success,properity depend only on following the noble path of Hazrat Muhammad(Peach Be Upon Him).And this is the only way to lead life.All the other's way are wrong and misguided .

    Some of the merits or virtues of the blessed Kalima:

    1.The Messenger of Allah(Peach Be Upon Him) said: He who accepts from me the Kalima, which I presented to my uncle (Abu Talib at the time of his death) and he rejected it, this (acceptance) will be a means for his salvation.

    2.The Messenger of Allah (Peach Be Upon Him) said: Indeed, I know a Kalima which if recited by a dying man, will be a means of solace for his departing soul and will be a light for him on the Day of Resurrection (this Kalima is La ilaha illa’llah).

    3. the Prophet (Peach Be Upon Him) said: Each and every such person will be liberated from the Fire, who had said La ilaha illa’llah, and in his heart, there was goodness (iman) equal to the weight of a grain of barley. After them, every such person will be liberated from the Fire who had said La ilaha illa’llah, and in his heart, there was goodness (iman) equal to the weight of a grain of wheat. After that, everyone will be liberated from the Fire who had said La ilaha illa’llah, and in his heart, there was goodness (iman) equal to the weight of a particle of dust.

    4.The Messenger of Allah(Peach Be Upon Him) said: He who bears witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and that Muhammad (Peach Be Upon Him) is the Messenger of Allah, and his tongue frequently recites it while his heart is contented with it, the Fire shall not burn him.

    5.The Prophet (Peach Be Upon Him) said: Anyone who dies, bearing witness with certainty of his heart that there is none worthy of worship but Allah and that I am His Messenger, will be forgiven by Allah.

    How To achieve this Iman:
    To achieve this Iman we should first read the related Hadis and Qurani Ayat and then in every situation we should give Imani dawat(invitation) to all sectors of people.We should never say the power of any creation but the Power of ALLAH and also try to give dawat(invitation) to the Path of the messanger of Allah(Peach Be Upon Him).And also dua(Application) to Allah solely and with crying as ALLAH gives us Iman

    Monday, May 4, 2009

    First chilla in Tablighi jamaat:Part2

    Then starts the first day of our sofor(chilla).The local bujurg made our destination plan for the first 18 days (6 mosque ,3 days in each mosque).In morning one local sathi(companion) came to us and said that he would be our rahbar(travel guide) upto the first mosque. It should be mention there that in our jamat there was no Alim(islami scholar) who would t aught us different islami basic topin like salat,udu,bathe and many other things. So as a jimmadar I thought what will be our fate .In our jamat there were many new sathi .How could we learn islam.But ALLAH wrote different things in our fate.

    We found local mosque Imam very friendly. He shared his valuable time with us and taught us different basic of islam. Our people enjoyed his companion. So far I remembered there were 6 sathi who were completing their 3 chilla(passign 4 months in the path of ALLAH continuously).Two sathi were old and two were in middle age and the remaining were very young. The local people were very friendly. Specially in our country Mymensing is the best place for tabligh.Here so many people completed their 3 chilla in the path of ALLAH.They invited us several time to take food and after masohara (discussion) among us we granted their invitation.The local people were not so rich.But they tried their levelbest to satisfy us by feeding their best possible item.We were extremely happy with their behaviour. In the same time our dini mehonot (try to make people understand) was also going on.Every day in the morning after Fazr prayer a sathi from our jamaat delivered his speech based on 6 points to the local people in the mosque.After finishing it generally we went out of the mosque to invite the local people to Iman. After half an hour or 1 hour we returned to mosque. Then we did some nofol ibadat.At that time some of our sathi also got rest. Sometimes I also took rest. In this time our sathi were engaged with their khidmah. They engaged to prepare breakfast. After 1 or 2 hour we took our breakfast and then sat down for masohara(discussion about our planning) . As our jamaat was big enough our masohara continued for one hour in average. After masohare we started talim.In this part we read two kitab(book) named ‘Fazail- a -amal’ and ‘’Fazail-a- sadakat. Generally every day 4 hours should be allocated for talim .But we could not afford to do that .So far I can remember 3 hours or 3 and half hours are allocated for talim. This talim is divided in two parts. We tried to do talim 2 hours from 10.00-12.00.And in 1 or 1.5 hours from 3.00 to 4 or 4.5. After finishing talim in the morning we took bathe and washed our cloth and took for Zohr prayer. In this time some sathi recited from AL-Quran. Some sathi also did some discussion about different topic. After zorh prayer a sathi from us read from Fazail-e-Amol to the local people. Then we discussed some time about different Islamic topic. So far I can remember this discussion held for at most half an hour. In the same time our khidmah sathi were busy with preparing our food. It should be mentioned that the khidmah jamaat was not constant. Everyday in the meaning during masohara, I as a jimmadar said “Who are ready to be the sathi of khidmah jamaat.” Then almost all the people raised their hand.Then I choose 2 or 3 sathi for the khidmah jamaat.Later we fixed 6 or 7 jamaat each of contained 2 or 3 sathi for the khidmah jamaat.And the jamaat was circulating their position for their part for the khidmah jamaat.
    Third part Is coming soon.


    Friday, May 1, 2009

    Death:Don't forget it

    This is what happening at the grave yard......

    Did you ever stop for a while and ask yourself...
    What is going to happen to me the first night in my grave?

    What have I prepared for death?
    Will I be in heaven or Hell fire?
    How often do I remember death?
    Think about the moment your body is being washed and prepared to enter your grave...

    Think about the day people will be carrying you to your grave..

    and your families crying.. think about the moment you are put in your grave

    Just imagine.. imaging yourself in your grave..down there in that dark hole...

    ALONE... it's too DARK... you cry for help, but there is no answer... Nobody can help you... it's too NARROW.. your bones are squashed...

    You regret all the bad things you've done during your life... you regret missing the 5 PRAYERS you regret listening to music
    You regret your disrespectful manners towards everyone, especially your parents..
    you regret not wearing your hijab
    You regret ignoring the orders of ALLAH..
    You are ALONE in your grave only with your DEEDS..no money, no jewlries, nothing.. ONLY YOUR DEEDS..









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