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Firm Adherence to the Blessed Sunnah

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Monday, 24 January 2022 15:43

Shaikh Ahmad (rahimahullah) of Sarhind was a great ‘Aalim, luminary and saint who was born in 971 A.H. He was a 31st generation descendant of Sayyiduna ‘Umar (radhiyallahu ‘anhu). (Tareekh-e-Da’wat wa ‘Azeemat vol. 4, pgs. 127 & 138)

Though his name was Ahmad, he is famously known by the title Mujaddid Alf-e-Thaani (the revivalist of the 2nd millennium). The reason is that Allah Ta‘ala had selected him to revive Deen at the commencement of the second millennium and eradicate the various wrongs that had become prevalent, including the fitnah of the so called Deen-e-Ilaahi (a new religion which was propagated by Akbar, the ruler of India) which was one of the greatest threats and dangers to the Ummah at that time.

Mujaddid Alf-e-Thaani (rahimahullah) was an embodiment of virtue and piety. Together with the other great qualities he possessed, one of his very outstanding qualities was his firm adherence to following the blessed sunnah of Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) in every facet of his life.

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Parents Fighting

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Thursday, 20 January 2022 13:43

Question:

Assalaamu ‘alaikum

Respected ‘Ulama

Kindly advise me on the following matter:

My parents fight a lot. They scream at each other and do not get along. This happens every few months and lasts for a few weeks or months. Both are at fault.

This makes me angry and depressed. I understand that it is not my fault and this is a test from Allah Ta‘ala, however I don’t know what to do to help or solve the problem.

Please advise me and make du‘aa for us.

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Never Lose Hope!

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Monday, 17 January 2022 08:51

(Mother of Shaikh Nizaamuddeen Awliyaa [rahimahullah] – Part Two)

Though the respected mother of Shaikh Nizaamuddeen Awliyaa (rahimahullah), Zulaikhaa (rahimahallah), hailed from an affluent family and was raised in wealth and comfort, her father married her to Sayyid ‘Ali Bukhaari (rahimahullah) who was not so wealthy in comparison (but possessed the invaluable qualities of piety etc.). Thereafter, (despite the change in lifestyle and decrease in wealth,) Zulaikhaa (rahimahallah) enjoyed a happy marriage (and was leading a life of peace and contentment).

There was only one aspect in her marriage that brought her sadness – the lack of a child. She had been married for fifteen years, yet until now, they had not been blessed with offspring. Nevertheless, despite this challenge and the sadness that it brought, her husband would continue to comfort her and would encourage her to continue to have hope in the mercy of Allah Ta‘ala.

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#Modern2Modest (e-book)

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Thursday, 13 January 2022 09:08

Every one of us has our own challenges and obstacles which we face in our effort to reach Allah Ta‘ala. One of the most effective ways to gain inspiration to overcome these challenges is to consider other people who are just like us and faced the same challenges, yet overcame the seemingly insurmountable odds and achieved their goal. This book contains fourteen stories of women who overcame their challenges to accept Islam itself, or to reform  their lives, gaining the Divine happiness and proximity of Allah Ta‘ala.

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Hanzalah and the Halaal Snacks

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Tuesday, 11 January 2022 08:31

There was once a boy named Hanzalah, who loved to eat sweets, chocolates, cakes, biscuits, ice creams and desserts.

One day, Hanzalah saw that his uncle was going to the supermarket, so he quickly ran to his mother and asked her if he could go with his uncle to buy some snacks. His mother said, “Ok Hanzalah, you can go, but make sure that you stay with your uncle and show him what you want before you take it.” Hanzalah was thrilled and hopped into the car, and in a few minutes, they were in the supermarket.  

When Hanzalah got to the supermarket, he took a trolley and pushed it to the aisle with the sweets, chocolates and snacks. This, was Hanzalah’s favourite part of the whole supermarket!

Hanzalah looked at the different sweets and chocolates, and there were so many to choose from that he didn’t know where to start! Finally, he started at the top of the shelf, choosing a few different sweets and chocolates that he could take and share with his friends. Thereafter, he took a few packets of chips, and finally, he took a few boxes of biscuits.

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