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#106 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2014 16:34
This is not my own blog, but I've been quite a regular visitor here.

The blog's reviewing classical (and some modern) Islamic books, mainly on sulook/ orthodox tasawwuf, it even has some excerpts from the books being reviewed. This is example from the same blog :

amuslimsbookshelf.wordpress.com/2013/08/17/book-review-wi...


And my current favorite one :

www.peopleofsunnah.com (a library of Ahlus-Sunnah books)

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#107 [Permalink] Posted on 14th June 2014 17:02
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#108 [Permalink] Posted on 18th June 2014 02:52
A request to 'Ulama and knowledgeable brothers


This blog "For the love of the Mujaddid, Imam Rabbani - The pure and pristine ways of the TRUE Sufis have nothing to do with syncretism or perennialism" contains good articles and seems to be from a sincere defender of real Islamic teachings. However, riffling through the blog I sensed some problems which should be scrutinized for the benefit of sincere laymen:

1. Abstinence from contemporary scholars: It's not wrong to cite only scholars of the past, but totally staying away from quoting contemporary scholars is not a wise idea either. Moreover Manhaj of the blogger and scholars who he follows- are unknown.

2. This post:

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17th Ramadzan - The Battle of Badr - The Greatest Battle & Victory of Islam


Celebrate It Like You Celebrate The Mawlid Of Sayyidina Rasul-Allah (saw)

Please start public observations of the celebration of the Day of Badr - this year, and EVERY year - where ever you are


As-Salamu 'Alaikum

Sunni & true tasawwuf-oriented Muslims worldwide should start celebrating and marking the day of the Battle of Badr with the same reverence that they celebrate the Blessed Mawlid of our Beloved Master Rasulullah (saw).

It is the battle and victory of our Master Rasulullah (saw); that has laid the foundations for all the other battles, expeditions, conquests and victories for Islam & Muslims, and helped spread the domination and spread of Islam.

Allah reminds us of this great victory so that we fear Him and thank Him ALONE, and remember that there is NO HELP & VICTORY EXCEPT BY HIM. The hypocrite scholars of duniya should stop looking for favors from their kafir masters, and become Muslims again trusting help and victory from ALLAH ALONE.......[/quote]


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Happy Mawlid An-Nabawiy Ash-Shareef


Ya Nabi salamu 'alaika. Ya Habib salamu 'alaika

Salamu 'Alaikum

Wishing all Muslims and their families a very happy and blessed Mawlid An-Nabiy, sal Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam. Our Master Rasulullah, sal Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam is the greatest manifestation of Allah's Mercy on us. It is because of him, that we have all other blessings.

اللهم صل و سلم دائما ابدا على حبيبك المصطفى عندك - و على اله و صحبه و امته اجمعين - بعدد ما كان و ما يكون

From what ever Allah's Shari'ah has made halal, enjoy as many festivities as you possibly can. Let the kafirs and ahlul bid'ah burn in agony. The only one who was not joyful at the advent of our Master's blessed birth was satan himself. He wasn't happy the blessed day he was born, and he isn't happy now either that our Master has set foot on this earth.

We need the help of our Master Rasulullah in these times more than ever. Always call on your Master Rasulullah, the greatest creation & messenger of Allah, at any time of distress and watch your problems disappear.


4. Some points of The Sunni Manifesto.
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#109 [Permalink] Posted on 19th June 2014 17:03
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#110 [Permalink] Posted on 17th October 2014 04:25
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Masha'Allah, she is back! Blog is now being updated regularly.

Please see here: towardsfalah.com/
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#111 [Permalink] Posted on 21st October 2020 19:17
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#112 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd October 2020 18:18
Subhanallah this thread is ancient. From 2005!
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#113 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd October 2020 04:59
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A lot of us are old timers from those good ol' days. Welcome to the forum, O young one.
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