After narrating a splendid parable of the representatives of the embassies of this world, Hadhrat continued: Continue reading
Assalaamu alai kumm wa rahmatullaahi wa barakath,
Paraphrasing an anecdote from the life of a great scholar of the past century connected with the work of the Prophets, Maulana Umar Palanpuri (may Allah be pleased with him). This incident was related to us by Maulana Zain ul Aabideen (damath baraka tuhum) of Shah Waliullah Madrasah, India. Continue reading
Assalaamu alai kumm wa rahmatullaah wa barakath,
When Hadhrat Maulana Muhammad Ilyas Saheb (rahmatullaah alaih) commenced his mission of propagation, even the Ulamah were at variance with him and even the most eminent scholars tended to be critical towards him, but placing his confidence in Allah, he nonetheless planted the roots of this mission and went ahead. Continue reading
Shaykh Ali Umar Yaqoub Abbasi, the head Imam and Khateeb of Bait ul-Muqaddas [Masjid al-Aqsa, Palestine] is recently reported to have said,
“Deen has spread throughout the world through Dawah and Tabligh. Because of it, we are Muslims today. Deen will prevail till Tabligh prevails and will go away if Tabligh is stopped. That is why we have to participate in the effort of Tabligh.” Continue reading
As salaamu wa alay kum wa rahmatullahi wa barakath,
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Wa alay kum as salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakath.
As salaamu wa alay kum.
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The translation continues here:
Therefore, the two days of Eid are meant for both, worship as well as sacrifice, and in the same way, their previous nights too are for worship.
[Translator note: In the case of Eid ul Fitr, its sacrifice of wealth]
The nights before the Eid have so much significance that if one worships in those nights, then paradise is obligatory [Wa’jib] upon such a person. Continue reading