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#136 [Permalink] Posted on 17th July 2018 23:26
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1. If you read my post carefully, I haven't said that I am not consistent in my dhikr but it is the other way around.
2. No where I have mentioned that I have taken dhikr from books. The Tassawuf dhikr I do was given to me by my Shaykh.
3. I don't doubt my shaykh but he lives in another province and I lost his number after my first meeting in Tablighi Ijtimah. I have no bughz about true aulia. Just being careful.
4. I can be wrong but I think that it is a heart to heart relation and spiritual communication is more important than physical contact. I don't know how to explain my thoughts. What I mean is that Shaykh is a means of getting closer to Allah and Allah is the one who inspires good and clear thoughts in one's soul.
5. Everyone has different ways of learning. I don't criticize those who join the company of their shaykh for islah. However, I have a different temperament. I am more comfortable in self discovery compared to "Do this and don't do that" approach.
6. My methodology is to ask guidance consistently from Allah. Study and do research on deen. Contemplate and after reaching conclusions, ask the ulema (whom I trust) about my conclusions. Change my conclusions if I am proved wrong. I prefer this method instead of "Jee Jee Jee Acha" behavior. I know that according to Asian standards "I am a weirdo". I have tried to change it but my curious mind doesn't allow me to.

Overall, I agree to what you have said.
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#137 [Permalink] Posted on 17th July 2018 23:36
And by the way. I have mentioned it elsewhere also that without Tazkiya we can't be efficient in any institution of deen. I have always promoted inner Islam with it's outer manifestation. Both Shariat and Tareeqat are necessary. I am no way against Tassawuf or any other institution of deen.
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#138 [Permalink] Posted on 18th July 2018 06:51
Barak-Allahu fee kum. Thank you for correcting me, I had no intention of taking this to a personal level. The reply was more towards a general manner, so I seek apologise if I hurted your feelings in any way.

Insha-Allah Khair
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#139 [Permalink] Posted on 18th July 2018 10:18
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No no! Brother. no problem. Be happy and may Allah bless you and your family and may Allah make you a Qutb.
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#140 [Permalink] Posted on 18th July 2018 10:31
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This is fake money with illusionary value. Dirham and Dinar are the real money. Without Shariah the whole humanity is doomed. After some years currency will be completely digitized so that they can further enslave the people in the Dajjal's evil global system.
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#141 [Permalink] Posted on 18th July 2018 10:51
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#142 [Permalink] Posted on 19th July 2018 12:57
Externally the Muslims declined because they left jihad for spreading Islam politically and internally it was their spiritual decay because of the disease of wahn which made them proud, arrogant and enemies of each other. First they got corrupted intellectually by leaving Quran and Sunnah, then spiritually by leaving tazkiya and over indulgence in dunia which resulted the external decline i.e. leaving the true spirit of jihad. All of this happened because the rulers left Amr bil Maruf and Nahi anil munkar. This is because great leaders were not made. The reason behind that is that the institutions which created and promoted true leaders got corrupted and nepotism took over merit. And all of this started when khilafah was abondoned and monarchy was adopted. Khilafah promotes merit where as monarchy promotes nepotism and democracy promotes groupism.
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#143 [Permalink] Posted on 20th July 2018 01:10
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The hadith tells us that Khilafah will only be for 40 odd years, and then there will be Mulookiyah. So, if this is predestined, Khilafah will only return at the time of Mahdi عليه السلام, correct?
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#144 [Permalink] Posted on 20th July 2018 04:26
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Absolutely. True.
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#145 [Permalink] Posted on 20th July 2018 10:21
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So, if this is predestined, Khilafah will only return at the time of Mahdi عليه السلام, correct?


However, we are responsible for our actions within our own time frame, circumstances and limitations. We have been bestowed free will so it is our duty to do whatever we can within the limits of Shariah. Imam Mahdi will not pop out magically out of no where. He will be the result of centuries of work of the pious ulema, aulia, mujahideen, wa'izeen and common momineen. Allah does not help a nation who doesn't help itself. We need to do dawah which eventually leads to jihad, seek ilm which will benefit in promoting and doing jihad, do tazkiya which will strengthen us and instill the true spirit of jihad and do only that jihad which leads to shariah. The true ulema and mujahideen will pave the way for Imam Mahdi and the blood of martyrs and sweat of fighters will cool down Allah's anger and finally He will bestow a true righteous leader who will be the final mujaddid in the form of Imam Mahdi.
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#146 [Permalink] Posted on 20th July 2018 11:20
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Exactly! We have nifaq in our hearts.. We are doing nothing to prepare for it and then we believe that we will join the army of Imam Mehdi AS. Allah says:

"...وَلَوۡ أَرَادُواْ ٱلۡخُرُوجَ لَأَعَدُّواْ لَهُ عُدَّةً۬"

"And if they had intended to go forth, they would have prepared for it [some] preparation..." [9:46]
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#147 [Permalink] Posted on 20th July 2018 16:34
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Q.Jihad is integral to Islam.
How and where can a Muslim
become engaged in jihad today?
Whom do we join? Syria
is all messed up. The rebels
there are all fighting for America.
What are we supposed to
do? Its all so confusing.
A. Regarding this issue we are
just as ignorant as you are. We
have no clue of where and how
to begin. Only Allah Ta’ala can
create the circumstances and
harness us into whatever activity
He decrees. Without His intervention
we are all helpless.
The mess and the misery in
Syria have been caused by the
so-called ‘mujahideen’ who are
the creation of America. They all
are fighting an American ‘jihad’.
There is no valid Jihad in that
arena.
We are all utterly helpless.
Allah’s Nusrat is not with us.
We shall put you into a secret.
In a battle against the British
when they had conquered India,
despite many great Ulama
fighting desperately and bravely
in the battle, an Aalim saw one
of the great Ulama fleeing from
the battlefield. When the Aalim
reprimandingly questioned the
Wali who was fleeing, he (the
Wali) responded: “What can I
do, Khidhr (alayhis salaam) is
fighting on the other side.” The
Muslims were defeated in this
battle.
Brother, Allah Ta’ala decrees.
He decides the issues. Our obligation
is to reform our degraded
rotten moral condition. Only
then will Allah Ta’ala create the
circumstances for a valid Jihad.
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#148 [Permalink] Posted on 20th July 2018 16:50
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In a battle against the British
when they had conquered India,
despite many great Ulama
fighting desperately and bravely
in the battle, an Aalim saw one
of the great Ulama fleeing from
the battlefield. When the Aalim
reprimandingly questioned the
Wali who was fleeing, he (the
Wali) responded: “What can I
do, Khidhr (alayhis salaam) is
fighting on the other side.”
The
Muslims were defeated in this
battle.


I couldn't understand the bold part. Can you explain?
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#149 [Permalink] Posted on 20th July 2018 20:18
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#150 [Permalink] Posted on 21st July 2018 06:57
I don't know if this should go into the India thread or this present thread, but because it has to do with a prediction made 25 years ago that seems to be rapidly materializing concerning both countries, I think I will post this here:

Halalified YT Audio


The entire lecture is very premonitory, and echoes what Professor Maripat Sahab and Muadh Sir have repeated a number of times on this forum in different threads. The part that deals with the current situation in India and Pakistan starts at about the 1:00:00 mark.
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