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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2024 14:16
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"for the Last 30 years, our elders were doing dua for haramain, to save them from evil forces."

Of course people didnt know what was happening there.
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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2024 16:04
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Decades back one elder had said:
"Pointing at ka'aba, one local young man was saying, this is hindering our progress"

We called it, exaggeration by the elder.
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2024 20:34
THE INTERMINGLING IN MUSJIDUL HARAAM

The current pollution of Musjidul Haraam and Baitullah Shareef by the evil haraam practice of intermingling of sexes permitted by the fussaaq/fujjaar Saudi authorities is in total conflict with the Shariah. This pollution is not a new development. It had also occurred in earlier times.

In his kitaab Arwaah-e-Thalaathah, Hadhrat Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi (Rahmatullah alayh) records the following episode of Hadhrat Shah Ismaaeel Shaheed (Rahmatullah alayh) who had passed away in 1246 A.H./ 1831 CE:

“Men and women used to enter the Ka’bah (and Musjidul Haraam) together. When Maulana Ismaaeel Shaheed (Rahmatullah alayh) observed this state of affairs, he together with his companions unsheathed their swords and prevented the intermingling. They stood at the Ka’bah and exclaimed: ‘If men and women enter together, we shall smite their heads.”

A great hue and cry went up, but Maulana Ismaaeel and his colleagues remained firm in their stance, and they thus prevented the intermingling of men and women. On hearing of this episode, Hadhrat Raaipuri commented: “Such intermingling had also occurred during the time of Mullah Jeewan. He too had (physically) prevented men and women from intermingling.’ ”
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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2024 20:50
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Inna lillahi wa Inna ilayhi rajioon.

The same way we call other Buzurgs Zealots due to thinking it's an exaggeration.

Bhai people who criticize Harsh methodologies of Islaah are considered null and void in the realm of knowledge.

They say Mohabbatein baato. Allah Kay Banday the best form of Love is to save people from the hellfire and aid them in their reformation.

Our Nabi sallahu alayhi wa sallam used both Harsh and Soft methods to apply pressure on the Nufoos of people.

Kuch Deen ka pata wata hain Nahi aur mu Utah Kay liknay bhat jaatay Hain Kay main Muftisays peh likta Hu. - General statement not directed to anyone person

We are living in a time where Ulama E Soo are trying to gnaw away at the foundation of Deen, but Allhumdulilah Allah Ta'ala has his small band of Ulama E Haqq who shall always prevail in protecting the Deen.

May Allah Ta'ala always guide and protect you brother.
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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd February 2024 09:56
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irrelevant
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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd February 2024 10:09
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Insincere
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#22 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2024 11:14
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A very important message. A serious thinking is required.
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#23 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2024 13:39
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Ma Sha Allah, May Allah Ta'ala grant you true Ilm and a high calibre of Taqwa.
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#24 [Permalink] Posted on 1st March 2024 06:41
Taylor Swift might 'hopefully soon' be singing Love Story or Anti-Hero in the desert of Saudi Arabia if all goes well, Saudi Tourism's Alhasan Aldabbagh tells India Today in an exclusive interview.

If all goes well, Saudi Arabia might soon see a Taylor Swift concert, says Saudi Tourism Authority’s Alhasan Aldabbagh
Saudi Arabia is transforming itself under Vision 2030, and tourism plays a key role
The country wants to welcome 7.5 million Indian travellers by 2030, and is leaving no stone unturned in achieving that
A Taylor Swift concert is good news for any country's tourism. It gets Swifties on their toes, making their way to the concert of their choice, as Taylor belts out hit after hit at one of those surreal gigs in cities across the globe.

Sydney has seen it. Singapore is gearing up. And if all goes well, Swift might soon be making her way to the desert of Saudi Arabia, says Alhasan Aldabbagh, president of APAC markets at Saudi Tourism Authority.
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#25 [Permalink] Posted on 1st March 2024 14:52
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Saudi Arabia is 2.15 million km².

Makkah is 1,200 km² which is only 0.05% of the Saudi Kingdom.

Madinah is 587.9 km² which is only 0.027% of the Saudi Kingdom.

Makkah and Madinah is not even 1% of the Saudi landmass.

Makkah and Madinah account for approximately 8% of Saudi Arabia's total population.

The other 92% asks why should we be deprived of entertainment facilities like Dubai?

To Saudis and their government, Saudi Arabia is more than Makkah and Madinah.

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#26 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2024 18:29
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To some munaafiq Saudis and their Murtad bin Satan, Saudi Arabia is more than Makkah and Madinah.
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#27 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2024 00:48
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The Saudi governorship of the Holy Cities should be revoked. And both the Holy Cities should have an autonomous status and be run by an international committee of Scholars.

Then the other 92% can do as they please along with their Rulers.....
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#28 [Permalink] Posted on 4th March 2024 08:19
www.newarab.com/news/saudi-arabia-bans-iftar-mosques-duri...

Saudi Arabia bans iftar in mosques during Ramadan

Saudi Arabian has reportedly banned iftar in mosques ahead of the holy month of Ramadan citing cleanliness concerns

Saudi Arabia has banned iftar meals in mosques ahead of the holy month of Ramadan, citing concerns about cleanliness inside mosque premises after eating the meal which follows a day of fasting.

In a notice released by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs last week, the Saudi Arabian government said that "iftar projects should not be carried out inside mosques out of concern for their cleanliness".

"Imams and Muezzins should find an appropriate place for iftar in the courtyards of the mosques. No temporary rooms or tents should be created for this purpose," the notice added.

The ministry also stressed that mosque imams and muezzins should not collect financial donations for iftar projects for those fasting.

Along with the bans, using cameras and photography inside the mosque premises is also discouraged and prayers should not be broadcast on any form of media, including online media.

The holy month of Ramadan is set to begin on March 10 and conclude by April 9 this year.
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#29 [Permalink] Posted on 4th March 2024 10:24
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The authorities have exempted the two holy mosques from these restrictions.

The major issue of more concern is why is 20 rakats discontinued in the two holy mosque. I strongly feel, rather than visiting haram and offering 10 rakats, I better stay in my local masjid and listen to complete quran in daily 20 rakats. This is uninterrupted sunnah from the khulafa e rashideen period.

Their beginning and end of ramadhan is based on ambiguous decisions.
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