Create an account
Most Reputable Members

Nouman Ali Khan?

Jump to page:

You have contributed 2.3% of this topic

Thread Tools
Post New Topic Filter by poster  
Topic Appreciation
Appreciate
The following members appreciate this topic: Taalibah, abu mohammed, kanzoorbhai
not knw
Rank Image
Offline
Joined:
18th Oct 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
87
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
9
#46 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 16:14
As salaamualaikum

sorry about interrupting in between but could you guys please tell how good is Mufti Menk and Moulana Tareeq jameel.

I tried at askimam but that guys are not saying anything about mufti menk.
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
Site Support
Please DONATE generously towards Muftisays

We spend hundreds of hours ensuring you receive a quality service from this site. We do not fall into the advertisement schemes as all the ads contain elements of Haraam including Haraam Islamic links. Please consider setting up a £1 monthly donation. May Allah (swt) reward you.

Muadh_Khan
Rank Image
Muadh_Khan's avatar
Offline
Joined:
1st Feb 2008
Longevity:
40%
Location:
UK
Posts:
7689
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
5996
#47 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 16:17
not knw wrote:
View original post


Are you fluent in English or Urdu?
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
not knw
Rank Image
Offline
Joined:
18th Oct 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
87
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
9
#48 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 16:36
Muadh_Khan wrote:
View original post


Alhamdullilah, i think i am 60% good at english and in urdu i am at 35-40%. I can read normal urdu books but can't read urdu from books of ashraf ali thanvi/sarfaraz khan safdar.

Why ?
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
Muadh_Khan
Rank Image
Muadh_Khan's avatar
Offline
Joined:
1st Feb 2008
Longevity:
40%
Location:
UK
Posts:
7689
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
5996
#49 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 16:38
report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 1
not knw
Rank Image
Offline
Joined:
18th Oct 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
87
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
9
#50 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 16:55
Alhamdullilah. I am fine at listening english. The reason i was attracted to mufti menk is because he is neither deobandi nor barelwi and most important point is that he studiend in madina.

If you have good english speakers in mind then please let me know. I don't wanna miss both of the languages.
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
abu mohammed
Rank Image
abu mohammed's avatar
Joined:
6th Oct 2008
Longevity:
28%
Location:
London
Posts:
18641
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
5095
#51 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 16:58
Please only post relevant issues to the current topic, otherwise please start a new topic. Jazakumullah


Please search for Mufti Menks page and discuss there.

جزاك الله خيرا
report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 1
not knw
Rank Image
Offline
Joined:
18th Oct 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
87
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
9
#52 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 17:15
sorry i din't mean to hijack this thread, my above post is simultaneous reply. If you want can delete the above post. Its no problem for me.
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
Muadh_Khan
Rank Image
Muadh_Khan's avatar
Offline
Joined:
1st Feb 2008
Longevity:
40%
Location:
UK
Posts:
7689
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
5996
#53 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 17:19

not knw wrote:
View original post

Two of my favorite English speakers are:

  1. Shaykh (Maulana) Abu Yusuf Riyadh ul Haq (HA): Google and you will find loads of his talks
  2. Shaykh (Maulana) Hussain Abdul-Sattar (HA): This is his site

Mods, I apoologise for being off topic but just wanted to answer his query.

report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 1
umar123
Rank Image
Offline
Joined:
19th Oct 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
1233
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
1838
#54 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 17:48
dr76 wrote:
View original post


HOW DARE YOU SPEAK AGAINST NOUMAN ALI KHAN...!!!!!

Lol, just kidding doctor saab. :D

If one isn't comfortable with Nouman Ali khan, fine, no big deal. Listen to some other good speaker.
His contents are good and non-deviant, so no need to issue 'warning' labels either. Win-win situation.
report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 2
dr76
Rank Image
dr76's avatar
Offline
Joined:
11th Nov 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
1920
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
5029
#55 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 17:57
umar123 wrote:
View original post


Chapter closed.. :-)
report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 1
Agree x 1
Winner x 1
Creative x 1
hmdsalahuddin
Rank Image
hmdsalahuddin's avatar
Offline
Joined:
24th Nov 2011
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Chennai
Posts:
201
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
97
#56 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 17:59
umar123 wrote:
View original post


Your Post gave me heart attack for a second :P
report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 1
umar123
Rank Image
Offline
Joined:
19th Oct 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
1233
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
1838
#57 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 18:02
hmdsalahuddin wrote:
View original post


He he he.. :P
report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 1
not knw
Rank Image
Offline
Joined:
18th Oct 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
87
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
9
#58 [Permalink] Posted on 28th February 2014 09:57
Muadh_Khan wrote:
View original post


Jazakallahu khairan, but IMHO i dont think you have to apologize brother muadh, because it was me who started the issue of mufti menk.

Its my mistake, i apologize for starting the issue.

The admins are really watchful over the forum. Keep up the good work admins/mods.
report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 4
Jinn
Rank Image
Jinn's avatar
Joined:
11th Sep 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
2890
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
120
#59 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2014 02:28
50
Was going through my notes and came across this, something a brother sent me a while back, pretty amazing Subhanallah

Quote:
Read it to the end guys, pretty mind blowing.

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Side note: Ustadh Nouman not only conducts Arabic & tafseer classes, but he also teaches the linguistic miracle of the Quran.

As Muslims, we are all intellectually convinced that the Quran is the Kalam of Allah, that it is impossible for anyone else to produce a similar work such as the Quran, what more to produce the Quran itself. We all know this. However we should also be spiritually convinced as well because having a strong conviction in our hearts will satisfy our hearts & increase our Iman.

And (remember) when Ibrahim said, "My Lord! Show me how You give life to the dead." He (Allah) said: "Do you not believe?" He [Ibrahim] said: "Yes (I believe), but to be stronger in Faith." (Al-Baqarah 2:260)

Ask ourselves: where is our Iman as compared to the level of Iman of Ibrahim a.s., whom Allah called as His Khalil (friend - Quran 4:125)? Yet Ibrahim a.s. asked this question to Allah because he wanted to put his heart at ease. When anyone, even the Messengers, sees a miracle of Allah, something will happen to their hearts. It will become tranquil & put at ease. So we should study & appreciate the miracles of the Quran to satisfy our hearts, because through that we will appreciate the Greatness of Allah s.w.t.

Ustadh Nouman shared with us several miracles of the Quran in this lecture. But due to my own weakness & limitation, I am unable to perfectly capture the grandeur of each miracle in my writing, but I will try to at least share one of them.

One of my favorites is the miracle of Suratul Kursi. It is made up of 9 sentences as follow:

Allah: There is no God but He, the Living, the All-Sustaining
Neither dozing overtakes Him nor sleep
To Him belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is on the earth
Who can intercede with Him without His permission?
He knows what is before them and what is behind them
While they encompass nothing of His knowledge, except what He wills
His Throne extends to the Heavens and to the Earth
And it does not weary Him to look after them
He is the All-High, the Supreme. (Al-Baqarah 2:255)

The 1st & the Last Sentence
1st sentence - Allah: There is no God but He, the Living, the All-Sustaining
9th sentence - He is the All-High, the Supreme

The 1st beautiful sentence ends with 2 of Allah's Names (Al-Hayy & Al-Qayyum). This sentence has something in common with the 9th sentence where it also has 2 of Allah's Names (Al 'Aliyy & Al-Azim).

The 2nd & the 2nd Last Sentence
2nd sentence - Neither dozing overtakes Him nor sleep
8th sentence - And it does not weary Him to look after them

In the 2nd sentence, Allah s.w.t. says about Himself that neither drowsiness nor sleep overcomes Him. These are things that only happen to His creations: we get exhausted, we get drowsy, and then we fall asleep.

The 2nd last sentence says that guarding the Skies and the Heavens does not exhaust Allah. It correlates with the 2nd sentence.

The 3rd & the Last 3rd Sentence

3rd sentence - To Him belongs all that is in the heavens & all that is on the earth
7th sentence - His Throne extends to the Heavens and to the Earth

Let's understand the 2 Names of Allah first i.e. Al-Malik & Al-Maalik Al-Mulk:

Maalik refers to Owner, owning a particular object or property.
Malik refers to Ruler/King, owning a Kingdom (referring to people).

The 3rd sentence is about Allah's Ownership, that He s.w.t. owns every single thing in the heavens and all that on the earth.

In the last 3rd sentence, His Throne i.e. Kingdom is mentioned. If you're just an owner, it does not necessarily mean you're a King and vice versa. But Allah is the Owner of all things AND the King of all things. Both sentences complete the picture.

The 4th & the Last 4th Sentence

4th sentence - Who can intercede with Him without His permission?
6th sentence - While they encompass nothing of His knowledge, except what He wills

The 4th sentence says on Judgment Day, no one can make intercession (syafa'at) without Allah's permission. Nobody will have any authority, and the only exception is if Allah permits it.

The last 4th sentence says that they encircle nothing of His knowledge, except if Allah permits it. The 4th and the 6th sentences are statements about Allah and His exceptions.

Now let's review again the correlation: The first sentence correlates with the last, the 2nd with the 8th, the 3rd with the 7th, the 4th with the 6th. What's left?

The 5th sentence: The Middle
5th sentence - He knows what is before them and what is behind them

Subhanallah... At this point, we were overcome...

Allah s.w.t. said He knows what is before and what is behind. Right in the middle of this ayat, perfectly situated amongst all the other perfect correlations, this sentence implies that Allah s.w.t. knows what is coming ahead of the ayah and what was behind it.

Subhanallah... Who speaks like that? This is the grandeur in which Allah s.w.t. delivers His Kalam.

The disbelievers claimed that the Qur'an are the words of Rasulallah s.a.w. But absolutely no human being can speak perfectly like this. No one. When Allah s.w.t. revealed the Quran to Rasulallah s.a.w., it was not in writing but in speech and the difference in writing & speech is that we can amend our error, add a few sentences here and there, before we publish them. But when we say something - it's done, left without any room of mistakes
report post quote code quick quote reply
Like x 3
Winner x 3
not knw
Rank Image
Offline
Joined:
18th Oct 2013
Longevity:
0%
Location:
Unspecified
Posts:
87
Gender:
Brother
Reputation:
9
#60 [Permalink] Posted on 9th March 2014 11:27
Who is moulana Amin Ahsan Islahi ? Is he authentic? Br. Nouman refers to his tafseer for people to read from it.

Halalified YT Audio


Edit: Found this about him.
report post quote code quick quote reply
Back to top Post New Topic

Jump to page: