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Durood Protects Tawhid

posted by ummi taalib on 21st May 2013 - 1 comment
Shaikh Mufti Nawalur Rahman (db) Hazrath Mufti sahab said that durood protects tawhid. How, why? Look at those people who are doing shirk..lets take the Christians for example and what they have done with Nabi Eesa (as). Nabi Eesa (as) was able to resurrect the dead, give sight to the blind, and his people made him son of god, nauzubillah.

O My Beloved! How I Wish!

posted by ummi taalib on 8th October 2012 - 0 comments
by Mawlānā Sajid Irshad [i]I look at the past and delve into your wonderful life of events, How everything was pre-destined, all that you acquired and spent. Nothing was coincidental or a mishap, but a blessing from above sent, Indeed, those were special souls around you who came and went. I wish I was one of the loyal men around you who had seen your face,

Let non-Muslims observe the character of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad

posted by ummi taalib on 1st October 2012 - 0 comments
Shaykh Muhammad Saleem Dhorat’s invigorating and stimulating words of advice on the current situation speaking at The Da’wah Conference – held by At-Taqwa Academy (London 30th September 2012). The following is a short but very important summery of the talk. “Warafa’naa laka dhikrak” “And We have elevated your mention” Qur’an 94:4 Islam is the same, with the same honour as before. The Glorious Qur’an too remains unchanged and the honour of our beloved Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam also remains unchanged. Our respected Shaykh (Hafizahullah), after mentioning many great points regarding the extremly high status of our Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu 'alayhi wasallam, explains further. An ‘Aalim remains an ‘Aalim depite denial from anyone. Even if the whole world was to deny it, it would not change the fact that he is an ‘Aalim. Similarly our Prophet Muhammad’s sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam elevated status which Allah subhaanahu wata’ala has mentioned in the Glorious Qur’an will remain the same despite insults in the form of a film on you-tube or disparaging words! These insults do not change anything. Muslims everywhere continue to love him and salutations continue being sent to him.

The Best sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam

posted by ummi taalib on 21st September 2012 - 0 comments
[center]The Best sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam By Shaykh Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullah Indeed, there is a beautiful example for you in the Messenger of Allāh... (33:21) [/center]

Oh Messenger of God…(sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)

posted by ummi taalib on 2nd March 2011 - 0 comments
Oh Messenger of God, Please let me hold your hand Finer than the most exquisite silk in all the land And walk in the streets by your side, For you Oh Master Are my guide Oh Messenger of God Let me kiss your feet, For you are GodÂ’s chosen one-his elite, You behaved like a slave though you were a king,

A Beautiful Explanation

posted by ummi taalib on 15th February 2011 - 0 comments
On sending Durood upon our beloved Nabi sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam (from Ibn ‘Aabideen) which has made such an impact on me that I wished to share it with others Insha Allah. When we send As-Salaat upon our beloved Nabi sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam, the word “salaat” means, “a complete (kaamil) praise”, except that it is not within our capability to do so. Therefore we have been ordered to consign it to Allah subhaanahu wata’ala to do, which when He does, will be a complete praise. Another meaning in the word, “salaat” is that of ta’theem (honour/reverence) i.e. “Allaahumma ‘aththimhu”. We are asking Allah subhaanahu wata’ala to elevate/exalt his name in this world i.e. speak of him in a noble manner and by spreading/implementing his Sharee’at. We are also asking Allah subhaanahu wata’ala to exalt him in the Hereafter by multiplying his reward and granting him intersession of his Ummah. Also Mufti Shafi ra writes that that the status of Nabi sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam is so high, that the act of sending salaat upon him is already being done by Allah himself and his Angels as indicated in Surah Ahzab. By reciting durood, we are asking Allah to increase the salaat he sends upon Nabi sallallaahu ‘alayhi wasallam.

Who Can Compare With Muhammad (sallallaahu 'alayhi wasallam)

posted by ummi taalib on 23rd January 2011 - 0 comments

Love for the Beloved's City

posted by ummi taalib on 31st October 2010 - 0 comments
Majnun, the man so madly in love that it turned him into a poet, used to recite such sweet words whilst in his stupor of love: [i]I pass by the houses of Layla, I kiss this wall and I kiss that wall. It is not the love of the houses that has enraptured my heart, but the one that resides within them.[/center] Thus, it is no secret that the lover loves everything associated with his beloved. As lovers of the Messenger of Allah, we too should have a natural and deep yearning for his blessed city, the walls of which his blessed body is residing in. The BelieverÂ’s love for Madinah should be like that of a fish out of water, agitated and unable to survive.
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