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  1. asalamu alaykum i will help insha'Allah with proof reading
  2. asalamu alaykum wa rahmatullah darse nizami ka jo mukammil syllabus kya hai? 5 ya 6 saal ka.
  3. masha'Allah are you admin of
  4. MaazAllah!!! Allah Aur Farishto Kee Laanat Ho Is Par!!!
  5. He seems to have deviated, he has made comments regarding the Sayyiduna Isa Alaihis Salam and Imam Mehdi Alaihis Salam that they both are here and are hiding due to the political situation
  6. Things that make bathing compulsory 1) Discharge of semen in a state of sexual excitement. 2) Ejaculation while asleep. 3) Intercourse, whether semen is discharged or not. 4) Woman completing her menses. 5) Stoppage of impurity for a woman after childbirth (or miscarriage etc.).
  7. BATHING The 3 obligations on bathing (Ghusl): 1) Gargling: Water must reach right from the lips up to the base of the throat. 2) Inhaling water up to the nose bone: Water must reach through both nostrils and wet the entire area, up to the nose bone. 3) Washing the entire body in such a manner that water flows over every part of the body, not leaving dry any spot equal to the breadth of a hair. If any food particles are stuck in the teeth, these must be removed. Likewise the nose must be cleaned from any dust stuck inside it, and then the nose washed with water up to the beginning of the nose bone. However, care must be exercised during fasting so as not to overdo it.
  8. The Excellence of Miswaak The Holy Prophet صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم said, If I had not found it hard for my followers or the people, I would have ordered them to clean their teeth with Miswaak for every Prayer. The Holy Prophet صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم also said, Make the (brushing with) Miswaak a must - for it cleans the mouth, and the Lord also gets pleased.[1] Scholars say that using the Miswaak has 70 benefits, of which one is the remembrance of the Kalima Tayyiba (the Pure Words) at the time of death and ease in death. Using the Miswaak is a Sunnah in ablution. The Miswaak should neither be very hard nor very soft. It is better to use a Miswaak made from branches of the olive, pilu or neem trees. The Miswaak should be as thick as the little finger, and a maximum of one span in length. It should also not be very short so as to make it difficult to use. Hold the Miswaak in your right hand - little finger at the bottom, three middle fingers at the centre, and the thumb at the top bottom side of the Miswaak. Do not close the fist. Brushing should be done in 'horizontal' movements, not in the vertical. Begin with the right upper teeth, followed by the left upper teeth. Then brush the right lower teeth followed by the left lower teeth. All these should be done thrice, and the Miswaak should be rinsed every time. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [1] Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal’s, Musnad
  9. Sandal Of The Prophet - Heavenly peace and blessings shower upon him Notes from Imam Ahmad al-Maqarri al-Tilimsani’s voluminous book on the Radiant Sandal of the Prophet, May Allah shower peace & blessings on Him In Arabic the Prophet’s صلى الله عليه و آله و صحبه و سلم sandal is known as ‘Na’l al-Nabiiy’. The Prophet’s صلى الله عليه و آله و صحبه و سلم sandal is an amulet full of bliss, peace and serenity. At time of stress and grief one should place it on their heart and eyes for its luminous effects. It is a cure for the ill, pathway to relief for those in anguish, healing for the pregnant woman at time of birth, strong against the evil eye, and a symbol of security and protection for ships at sea, property from loss, house from burning, caravans from hostile attacks. People would use the Sandal image for the aforementioned reasons and also for a means of achieving immense blessings in the stations of this world and the hereafter. From those who drew an image of the blessed Sandal, approved its miraculous blessings and served it from the Hadith Masters were Ibn Asakir & his student Badr Fariqi, Hafiz Zayn al-Din Iraqi & his son, Imam Sakhawi and Imam Suyuti from the east. It is well known that the following scholars of Morocco were foremost in drawing the image (Ar. Mithal/Naqsh) since they did not have the real thing, Ibn Marzuwq, Abu Bakr Ibn al-Arabi, Hafiz Abu al-Rabee’, Hafiz Abu Abdullah bin al-Ibar, Ibn Rashedd al-Fahri, Ibn Jabir Aashi, Ibn al-Bara al-Tuwsi, Abu Is’haq al-Undlusi. Ibn Asakir took it from the Moroccan Ibn al-Haaj and all hadith scholars thereafter took it from him. The tribe of Ibn al-Hadeed preserved the Sandals and then they were kept in Jami’ah Ashrafiyyah, Damascus. Moroccan travellers such as Ibn al-Rasheed came to Damascus and drew images to take back for the people. May Allah enlighten their graves with His light and reward them for their efforts. Verily I serve the image of the Sandal of Mustafa صلى الله عليه و آله و صحبه و سلم So that I may live in both worlds under its protection Imam Yusuf al-Nabhani
  10. In the Sahih Muslim it is stated that the angels split opened the chest of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم from the top to the bottom and removed his blessed heart. They then split open his blessed heart and threw away a drop of blood from it. They then said, This was a piece of the Satan. Was it a drop of blood or was it a piece of the Satan? Imam Taqiuddin Subki رضي الله عنه describes that Almighty Allah has created this drop of blood in every human. The purpose of this drop is to listen and obey the command of the Satan. (This is similar to the purpose of the eyes or the ears etc). When this drop of blood was removed from the blessed heart of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم; there now remained no part of his blessed body which would obey and listen to the evil whisperings of the Satan. If there are certain people who inquire as to why was this drop of blood was created in the blessed body of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم in the first place, the answer is that this is also a part of the human body, and if this was not created, then the body of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم would have been considered as incomplete. Mullah Ali Qari رضي الله عنه describes that this piece of blood can be considered as those parts of the human body which are sometimes removed from a human which serves no purpose. Take for example the hair on one’s moustache or the nails on one’s toes or fingers. Even though this is part of the human body, yet, removing it later on is proof of purity and cleanliness! In brief, creating it in the first place is to complete human creation or to complete human anatomy and removing it later on is proof of human cleanliness and purity. (Sharah Shifaa – Mullah Ali Qari, Vol 1, Page 374) Allama Shahaabudeen Khafaji رضي الله عنه in the Naseemur Riyadh further explains that this could be compared to the seeds in grapes and other similar fruits or vegetables. When they are removed, people don’t go around asking as to why was it removed or why was it kept there in the first place or even why was it created in the first place! As to the question of why did the Angels inform the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم that this is a place for the Satan. In other words, did the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم have something Satanic within him, (Allah forbid)? No and certainly not! There is no doubt that every atom in the blessed body of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم, every particle in his body is pure and unblemished. There is nothing in his blessed body which could even be termed as impure. When the Angels informed him that this was part of the Satan, they were actually meaning that, If there were any part of the body in which the Satan could hold on to, or adopt as his centre of mischief within the human body, then, it would have been this part of the body. And since, this part has been completely removed, therefore, there is nothing within the blessed body of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم which can even remotely be connected to the Satan. After the blessed chest was opened, it was then filled with wisdom and Imaan. Even though in normal circumstances, wisdom and faith cannot be considered as physical entities, yet, it is the Infinite Power of the Almighty that if He wishes, he can transform a non-physical entity into a physical entity. This also goes to prove the immense stature of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم. There are many reasons to the splitting of the chest Even though there are many reasons for this, we can also safely say that one of the main reasons for the splitting of the blessed chest is to prepare it for the greatest vision ever experienced by a human and to create in it the capacity to be able travel on an amazing journey and ultimately to be able to see the Creator Himself. The proof that our Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم is alive This incident also proved beyond a shadow of doubt to the companions (RadiAllahu Anhuma ajma'een) and all those who would come later on, that our Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم is certainly a living Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم. We see that even though the blessed heart of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم was removed, yet he still remained conscious and was able to report and see whatever was happening to him. We also know that the heart is a station of life and a place where in the soul rests and when this is removed, a person is considered as dead. Yet, even though his heart was removed, the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم was still alive. This further goes to prove that if his soul is removed like when he passed away, how can we consider him dead when he was still alive when his heart and the resting place of his soul was removed during the occasion of Me'raj? This clearly indicates that our Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم is still alive! There were eyes and ears found in the blessed heart of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم It is reported that when Sayyiduna Jibraeel Al-Ameen (Alaihi Salaam) had placed the heart of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم in the water of Zam Zam, he stated, The blessed heart was free of all defect and fault. In it, there were two eyes which looked and two ears which listened. (Fathul Bari vol 13, Page 410) These were those special and unique eyes and ears which saw those things which no ordinary human could see. It is for this reason that the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم has stated that, I can see that which you cannot see and I can hear that which you cannot hear. The splitting of the chest and the fact that the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم is Noor There are some people who incorrectly declare that since the Holy Prophet's صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم chest was split open, therefore he is not Noor. This is a mistake and totally incorrect. Firstly, when his blessed chest was split, at that time, no blood was seen. Is this possible for a normal human? This has been referred to in Tafseer Ruhul Bayaan. The Ulama have stated that even though he is both human and Noor at the same time, there are certain occasions when each of his divinely bestowed attributes are more visible than the other. He is certainly a creation which has been created from Noor and his physical attributes is the outer clothing. It has also been mentioned in Tafseer Roohul Bayaan that the chest was split open without any instruments. How is this possible for a being that is only physical in attribute? Therefore, by the virtue of there being no instrument, this suffices as a proof that he is Noor. If at times, there was blood which became visible like in the battle of Uhud, at that time, the Almighty made his Prophet's صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم physical attribute appear as the dominant and when there was no blood, like during the occasion when his blessed chest was split open, at that moment, the Almighty made His Prophet's صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم Noor a more over powering attribute. We have already explained that during the journey of Me'raj, the three inner states of the Holy Prophet صلي الله عليه وآله وسلم were displayed and became visible in each different state of the Me'raj. It is sad that many people cannot understand something as simple as this. WWW.GATEWAYTOMADINA.ORG
  11. Sayyiduna Imam Jallaluddin Suyuti رضي الله عنه narrates in Sharus Sudoor that once a man lived close to a cemetery, he arranged a party for his sons marriage. There was a lot of dancing and singing that night. Whilst everyone was busy dancing and singing, a terrifying voice tore the silence of the cemetery and said, Oh people of perishing amusements, death finishes all amusements and games, there are many we have seen indulged in passions, death separated them from their families. The narrator says that the groom died a few days later. Sharhus Sudoor, Pg 217, Darul Kutubul Ilmiyyah Beirut. The storm of death came and ripped away the jokes, the laughing, the rhythms, the happiness and the hopes. The groom had to face death, and a house of happiness turned into a house of mourning. The Master of both worlds صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم said, Songs and lahw (anything that makes you neglect virtuous acts) make hypocrisy grow in the heart the way water makes greenery grow, (and) I swear by Him in whose hand is my life! Indeed, the Quran and remembrance of Allah Azzowajal make faith grow in the heart the way water makes grass grow. Firdaus Al Akhbar, Vol 3, Pg 141, Hadith 4204 The Master of both worlds صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم said, If someone raises his voice with singing, Allah Almighty appoints two devils to accompany him. They sit on each if his shoulders, one on the right and the other on the left, and both of them kick him with their feet until he stops singing. Durr Al Manthur, Vol 6, Pg 506, Dar Ul Fikr Beirut Sayyiduna Duhaak رضي الله عنه narrates, Singing spoils the heart and disappoints Allah Almighty. Tafseerat Ahmadiyyah, Pg 603 Sayyiduna Anas رضي الله عنه narrates that the Blessed Messenger of Allah صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم said, If anyone sits near a singer, and listens to him, Allah Almighty will pour molten lead into his ears on the day of resurrection. Kanz Ul Ammal, Vol 15, Pg 96, Hadith 40662, Darul Kutubul Ilmiyyah Beirut
  12. The state and stages of Sainthood Wilaayah is divided into two types. The first is Aamah or common and the second is Khaasah or special. The first type is that which includes all those who possess pure faith and are included in the religion of Islam. The second type which is considered to be the special type is that which is unique to those who are especially connected to the truth. Thereafter, in the path of Sulook and with Divine proximity, there are five types of Saints. They are the Nuqabah, the Nujubah, the Abdaal, the Awtaad and the Aqtaab as has been mentioned in the treatise entitled Haawi. Vol 2 Page 241. Ala Hadrat, Imam Ahl As-Sunnah (Imam Ahmad Raza Khan رضي الله عنه) has enumerated 14 stages of the Saints. They are the Suluhaa, the Saalikeen, the Qaani’een, the Waasileen, the Nujubah, the Nuqubah, the Abdaal, the Budulah, the Awtaad, the Imaamain, the Ghaus, the Siddique, the Nabi, and the Rasool. The first three are those who are considered as travelling towards Allah and the balance are those who are considered as having travelled within[1] Almighty Allah. All of them are considered as Awliyah. (Al Malfooz, Vol 4, Page 22). The literal meaning of the word Wali among others are, “Master, Chief, Senior respected person, one who is protected, a patron, a friend or someone who is loved.” In the definition of the Awliya, a Wali is considered as that person who is considered close to Allah and as possessing proximity to Allah. As-Sayed As-Shareef Ali Muhammad رضي الله عنه in the treatise entitled, Tahreefaat declares that, The word Wali if it possesses the subjective sense, could mean “he who embodies obedience and does not obey anyone except Allah. If the objective sense is taken, then it could mean “that person who possesses the Special Infinite Mercy of Allah and His Divine Grace… The idea of a Wali performing a miracle (karamah) is not something which is mandatory. If a Wali performs a miracle without any valid Shariah reason, then his actual state of Sainthood could also be taken away. Written by Al Qadi Abdur Raheem Bastawi Source: Markazi Darul Ifta Bareilly Shareef Footnote: [1] The usage of the word “within” should not be taken in its literal sense. It is however, the only word that we can find which can imply absolute and total proximity (translator). WWW.GATEWAYTOMADINA.ORG
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  14. He who has forgotten to recite the Durood, has truly forgotten the path to Jannah. (Al Qawl Ul Badi) Hadith 1 Sayyiduna Rasoolullah صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم said, Without doubt, there is an Angel of Almighty Allah whom Allah has given power to listen to the voices of all the people. Whenever any person recites Durood, this Angel delivers the Durood to me. I then plead to Almighty Allah for the person to receive ten blessing for reading a single Durood (upon me). Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti's, Jaami'us Sagheer Hadith 2 Sayyiduna Abu Darda (radi Allahu anhu) narrates that Sayyiduna Rasoolullah صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم said, Increase the Durood Shareef on the Day of Jummah for it is a Day of Witnessing. It is a day when the Durood Shareef is presented to me. For that person who reads the Durood Shareef, his voice reaches me wherever he is". When it was inquired as to whether he would hear the voice even after leaving this world, Sayyiduna Rasoolullah صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم replied, Yes, even after I have departed because Almighty Allah has made it Haraam upon the earth to devour the bodies of the Ambiya. Jalaa'ilul Ifhaam Hadith 3 It is reported that Sayyiduna Rasoolullah صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم was once asked about those who read the Durood Shareef after he had passed away. He replied, I listen personally to the Durood Shareef of those who love me, while the Durood Shareef of others is presented to me. Al Qawl Ul Badi Hadith 4 Sayyiduna Abu Amaama (radi Allahu anhu) narrates that Sayyiduna Rasoolullah صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم said, Almighty Allah has promised me that after I pass away, He will give me the power to listen to every person who reads the Durood Shareef, even though I will be in Madinatul Munawwarah and my followers will be the East and West. O Abu Amaama, the entire creation has been placed in my tomb and I will see and hear all creation. He who reads the Durood Shareef ten times will receive a hundred rewards in return. Durratun Naasiheen