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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2018 22:51
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In memory of Mohsin Yusuf Laher - Our Naimat... Our blessing.

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un

“To Allah we belong and to Him we shall return.”

These words are so easily said to others but when it’s one of your own that passes away, it becomes so hard to say and come to terms with.

On Saturday 28th July 2018 we lost our Son, Brother, Grandson, Cousin, Nephew, Uncle, Brother-In-Law and Friend - Mohsin Yusuf Laher.

Mohsin had a Stroke early on in his teenage years and was then diagnosed with Mutiple Sclerosis (MS).

We never once heard him complain but instead, he would always say that his illness was a “Naimat” (A Blessing) from Allah Almighty.

He never stopped smiling himself and he never stopped making others laugh with him. His radiant smile touched everyone’s hearts and we will always remember him for that.

O Allah! have mercy on Mohsin and grant him Jannat-ul- Firdaws. Forgive him, his Minor and Major Sins. Fill his Grave with Noor. Calm his soul and give him high stages in Jannah. Let him be reunited with his dad in the congregation of Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). Oh Allah! Please accept this Du’aa of ours. Aameen Ya Rabbal ‘Alameen .

In Mohsin’s loving memory we are building a water well in Tanzania. This will provide thousands with essential water for years to come.

Our target is £2,500, and Insha'Allah this Sadaqah Jaariyah will be a means of great benefit for him, ourselves and the people of Tanzania.

Even if you can’t contribute financially, please pray for Mohsin and the rest of the Ummah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H)
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 1st August 2018 09:18
The Prophet (saw) said: “Whoever digs a well will receive reward from Allah on the Day of Judgement when anyone from amongst the jinn, men and birds drink from it”

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 1st August 2018 10:26
I read somewhere once that one should provide water to the needy (i.e. build a well etc etc) and this would be a means of cure from ailments.

I can't find the exact place where I read it or it's source, but here are a few more reasons why we should help in this cause.

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A man asked Abdullaah bin al-Mubarak -Rahimullaah- about ulcers that had sprung out on his knee for about seven years, and he tried to treat it with various treatments, he had asked doctors but to no avail. So Ibn Mubarak said: ‘Go and dig a well in a place where people need water, indeed I hope that there springs up water there, and by that you stop bleeding.’ The man did that and Allaah Ta’ala cured him.’

[Taken from: ‘Seerah ‘Alaam’ 8/407]

Al-Bayhaqi quoted a story of our Shaykh al-Haakim Abu Abdullaah -Rahimullaah- who was afflicted with ulcers on his face, and he had tried a number of treatments but they did not go away, and it remained like that for nearly a year.

He then asked the teacher, Imam Abu Uthmaan as-Sabooni to make Dua’ for him in one of his gatherings on Friday, so he made Dua’ and many of the people with him said Ameen. When it came to the next Juma’ a woman came to the gathering and left a brief message saying that she had gone back home and exerted herself in making Dua’ for al-Haakim Abu Abdullaah that night, and that she had seen the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- in her sleep, and it was as if he was saying to her: tell Abu Abdullaah to distribute water amongst the Muslims.

I came with that message to al-Haakim, and he ordered that a watering place be built at the door of his home, when they had finished building it, he ordered for water to be poured into it and ice placed into that water, and then the people began drinking from that water. Not a week had passed by, except that it was obvious that his health had been restored, and the ulcers had ceased. His face had become better than it was before, and he lived like that for a number of years.’

[Collected in ‘Saheeh Targheeb wa Tarheeb’ No. 964 Albaani declared it to be Saheeh Maqtu, 1/p.568]

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Abu Tahir as-Silafee said in ‘Mua’jam as-Safr’: I heard Abu Hasan Ali bin Abu Bakr Ahmad bin Ali the scribe of al-Minzi in Damascus saying: I heard Abu Bakr al-Khabazi (d. 449A.H.) in Nisaboor saying: I became sick with a very dangerous illness, and a righteous neighbor of mine saw me and said: ‘Utilize the saying of the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam-: ‘Treat your sick by giving Sadaqah (charity).’

It was summer time, and I bought many watermelons, and a group of poor people and children got together and ate them, then they raised their hands to Allaah –Azza wa Jal- and they made Dua’ for me to be cured. I swear by Allaah I had not reach the morning except that I regained complete health from Allaah -Tabaraka wa Ta’ala.

[Seerah ‘Alaam 18/44, Tareekh al-Islaam]

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From Hudayfah –Radi Allaahu anhu– that the Prophet -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- said:

‘A fitnah (trail) which a man faces with regard to his family, his wealth, his own self, his son and his neighbor is expiated by fasting, prayer, charity, enjoining good and forbidding evil.’

[Collected by Bukhari & Muslim]

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Shamsuddeen Muhammad bin Abee Bakr Ibn Qayyim aj-Jawzeeyah (d.751 A.H.) -Rahimullaah- said:

‘Indeed Sadaqah has an amazing effect in repelling different types of trials and tribulations, even if the charity was given by an evil person, or an oppressive person, in fact even if it was given by a non-Muslim! Indeed Allaah Ta’ala repels different types of trials and tribulations due to giving Sadaqah. This is a matter which is well-known to the scholars and the general folk, and all of the people on the earth can associate with this fact because they have experienced it.’

[Taken from: ‘al-Wabil as-Sayyib’ p.63]

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Shamsuddeen Muhammad bin Abee Bakr Ibn Qayyim aj-Jawzeeyah (d.751 A.H.) -Rahimullaah- said:

‘There are types of medicines which can treat illnesses which the minds of the senior doctors cannot comprehend, and that which their sciences, experiences and measurements cannot reach. These are the medicines of the heart and soul, and the strength of the heart, its dependence upon Allaah and trust upon Him and seeking refuge in Him. Prostrating and feeling in dire need of Allaah and humbling oneself for Allaah. Likewise giving Sadaqah (charity), making Dua’, repentance and seeking forgiveness, being good to the creation, aiding the distressed and liberating from grief and unhappiness.

Indeed these types of medication have been used by various nations, who are upon different religions and communities, and they found that they had an effect in the treatment of illnesses, which even the sciences of the most knowledgeable doctors could not reach, and they have no experience nor measurement of it. We have indeed experienced these matters a great deal and as others have, and we have seen what ordinary medicine can and cannot do.’

[Taken from: ‘Zad al-Ma’ad’ 4/11-12]
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 6th August 2018 21:33
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alhamdulillah, the target for the well was very quickly reached. they are now trying to raise an additional £1000 which will go towards hifz sponsorship in syria. please contribute and make dua if you can.

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Alhammdulillah we have reached our initial target of £2500 for the water well. We would like to raise an additional £1000 towards hifz sponsorship in Syria as Moshsin had wanted to become a Hafiz.
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