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Charity ईद की नमाज़ से पहले अदा करना चाहिए फ़ितरा Ayaz Ahmad

रमज़ानुल मुबारक का महीना अल्लाह की ईबादत (उपासना) और इताअत (समर्पण) का महीना है इस महीने मे हर अमल (अच्छे काम) पर सवाब (पुण्य) बढ़ा दिया जाता है ।रोज़े का बदला अल्लाह खुद इनायत करता है । रोज़ेदार कितनी भी एहतयात करें तब भी कुछ छोटी मोटी गलतियाँ हो ही जाती है जैसे लड़ाई, झगड़ा, झूठ, एक दूसरे की बुराई । इस तरह की बुराइयों से हमेशा पूरी तरह बचा नही जा सकता । इसी तरह की गलतियों की तलाफ़ी के लिए सदकातुलफ़ितर (दान) को वाजिब (ज़रूरी) करार दिया गया है। फ़ितरा रोज़ो की ज़कात है जो सब मुसलमानों बालिग़, नाबालिग़ मर्द औरत पर लाज़िम है । नबी करीम स.अ.व. ने फ़ितरा को ज़रूरी करार दिया जो रोज़ेदारो के लिए बुरी और बेहयाई की बातों से पाकीज़गी (पवित्र ) होने का ज़रिया है और गरीबों और मिस्कीनोँ के लिए खाने का इंतज़ाम है जो आदमी फ़ितरा को ईद की नमाज़ से पहले अदा करता है तो यह मक़बूल ज़कात होगी और अगर कोई आदमी इसे नमाज़ के बाद अदा करता है तो यह आम सदक़ा (दान) होगा । सदक़ा तुल फ़ितर वाजिब (अनिवार्य) करने के दो मकसद है एक रोज़ेदारो की गलतियों की तलाफ़ी और दूसरा गरीबों के लिए ईद के दिन खाने का इंतज़ाम ताकि गरीब भी ईद के दिन लोगों के साथ खुशियों मे शरीक हो सके । सदक़ा तुल फ़ितर का हदीस में गेहूँ का निसाब 1 किलो 633 ग्राम है जबकि जौ और छुवारे का निसाब एक आदमी का तकरीबन 3 किलो 266 ग्राम निकलता है जिसमे जौ के हिसाब से एक आदमी के 40 रुपए और छुवारे के हिसाब से एक आदमी के 115 रुपए बनते है और गेहूँ के हिसाब से 21 रुपए बनते है सदक़ा तुल फ़ितर गेहूँ या उसके पैसे देने से भी अदा हो जाता है लेकिन बेहतर यह है कि ज़्यादा से ज़्यादा फ़ितरा दे ताकि गरीबों का फ़ाएदा हो।

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Shah Nawaz said…
अच्छी जानकारी दी है आपने... इसी तरह के सार्थक लेख लिखते रहिये...
Shah Nawaz said…
अच्छी जानकारी दी है आपने... इसी तरह के सार्थक लेख लिखते रहिये...
अच्छी जानकारी
ब्लाग जगत की दुनिया में आपका स्वागत है। आप बहुत ही अच्छा लिख रहे है। इसी तरह लिखते रहिए और अपने ब्लॉग को आसमान की उचाईयों तक पहुंचाईये मेरी यही शुभकामनाएं है आपके साथ
‘‘ आदत यही बनानी है ज्यादा से ज्यादा(ब्लागों) लोगों तक ट्प्पिणीया अपनी पहुचानी है।’’
हमारे ब्लॉग पर आपका स्वागत है।

मालीगांव
साया
लक्ष्य

हमारे नये एगरीकेटर में आप अपने ब्लाग् को नीचे के लिंको द्वारा जोड़ सकते है।
अपने ब्लाग् पर लोगों लगाये यहां से
अपने ब्लाग् को जोड़े यहां से
imran said…
अच्छी पोस्ट
Anonymous said…
लाजवाब पोस्ट
Aslam Qasmi said…
achchhi jankari denewala lekh he aapka
dr ayaaz sahab
Ejaz Ul Haq said…
लाजवाब पोस्ट,बढ़िया लिखा है.
Sharif Khan said…
अच्छा लेख वही होता है जिस से कुछ हासिल हो, जाग्रति आये या मालूमात में इजाफा हो. आपने अच्छी जानकारी उपलब्ध कराई. जज़ाकल्लाह.
DR. ANWER JAMAL said…
अच्छा लेख . इसी तरह के सार्थक लेख लिखते रहिये .
Ejaz Ul Haq said…
कृपया मेरा नया लेख पढ़ें , (ज्ञान की रौशनी तक पहुँचने के लिए भ्रम के अंधेरों से निकलना पड़ता है । )
http://siratalmustaqueem.blogspot.com/2010/09/blog-post_08.html
S.M.MAsum said…
आपने बहुत अच्छी बात बताए फ़ित्र नमाज़ के पहले , निकाल देना कहिये.............. वैसे बेह्तेर है की चाँद रात ही निकाल देना चाहिए और गरीब तक भी पहुँच देना चहिये जिस से वोह भी ईद मना सके.
फितरे की रक़म कुछ फिरकों मैं ३ किलो गेंहूं है जो आज के मुताबिक. ५४ रूपए से ले के ६६ रूपए तक हो सकता है. वैसे भी सदका जितना ज्यादा निकले गरीब का उतना ही भला होगा.
Ejaz Ul Haq said…
इस्लाम आतंक ? या आदर्श यहाँ पढ़ें/a>
Anonymous said…
Jamaat-ut-Tableegh

Jamaat-ut-Tableegh was Founded by Muhammad Ilyas who had pledged allegiance to Soofee Tariqahs, Muhammad Illiyaas, the heretical Deobandee who founded Jamaa’at ut-Tableegh in the 1920s, may Allaah give him what he deserves.

The Deobandis and the Jamaat Tableegh for the people who think that Jamaat Tableegh is spreading proper Quran and Sunnah has spread colossal levels of wrong thought throughout the world, specifically in lands of kufr, where knowledge is scarce, and the refuge is with Allaah. And indeed, the ‘Ulamaa’ have made it clear that such deviants are more harmful and more devastating upon the Ummah than the kuffaar themselves.

The inception of the Deobandi School of thought stems from the differences and disagreements with the Barelawis, and the subsequent formation of the Darul-Uloom Deoband in 1868 by Moulana Qasim Nanotwi. The term, Deobandi, is used to describe all those who were in agreement with the school of Deoband and its ideology.

Moulana Ilyas was much influenced by another prominent Deobandi scholar – Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi about whom he used to say, "Hazrat Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi has done a great service (to the religion). It is my heart's desire that the teachings should be his and the Manhaj (methodology) of Dawah (propagation) be mine, so that this way his teachings become well-known. "Malfoozat Moulana Ilyaas (Sayings of Moulana Ilyaas).
Anonymous said…
So, the Jamaat Tableegh shares the same ideology as the School of Deoband and may be considered as the Deobandis's Da'wah organ.

Important Personalities amongst the Deobandis and the Jamaat Tableegh

1. Moulana Qasim Nanotwi (d. 1879): "The Darul-Uloom Deoband (the School of Deoband founded in 1868) was founded by Moulana Qasim Nanotwi."Mashaikh-e-Chist (Eng. Trans.) p.222. He was ba'yt (taken the oath of allegiance) at the hands of Imdadullah Muhajir Makki Irshaadul-Mulook (Eng. Trans.) p.32.

2. Imdadullah Muhajir Makki (d. 1899): The highly revered Pir (spiritual guide) of the Deobandis. He is the spiritual guide of Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi, Moulana Qasim Nanotwi and Moulana Rasheed Ahmad Gangohi.

3. Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi (d. 1943): He was ba'yt at the hands of Haji Imdadullah Muhajir Makki and the author of many books like, "Bahishti Zewar" and `Tafseer Bayanul Qur'aan'. He named many of his books after his Pir, Imdadullah Muhajir Makki. Like Imdadullah Muhajir Makki, Ashraf Ali Thanvi too was an advocate of Wahdat al-Wajood. Ashraf Ali Thanvi's teachings greatly influenced the founder of the Jamaat Tableegh, Moulana Ilyas.

4. Rasheed Ahmad Gangohi (d. 1908): Another prominent elder of the Deobandis, who was ba'yt at the hands of Imdadullah Muhajir Makki. Irshaadul-Mulook, (Eng. Trans.) p.32.One of his famous books is `Imdadus Sulook.'

5. Other Prominent Deobandi Scholars include: Khalil Ahmad Saharanpuri, Aashiq Ilahi Meerathi, Moulana Mahmoodul-Hasan Deobandi, Moulana Shabbir Ahmad Uthmani and Moulana Abdul-Rahim Lajpuri.

6. Moulana Ilyas, popularly known as Hazratjee: He was the founder and first Amir of the Jamaat Tableegh. Muhammad Ilyaas al-Kaandahlawee who was born in Kaandahlah, a village in the region of Sahaaranpoor in India in 1303 A.H. (1887 C.E.) (died 1364 A.H. / 1948 C.E.).
Anonymous said…
He was the Khalifah (successor) of Khalil Ahmad Saharanpuri, who was amongst the Khulafa of Rasheed Ahmad Gungohi Irshaadul-Mulook, (Eng. Trans.) p.12.
He founded the Jamaat Tableegh on Sufi principles and incorporated many Sufi practices like Muraqabah (meditation), Chillah (40 day seclusion period) and the silent Dhikr (remembrance) into the routines of his Jamaat.
Initially, he sought knowledge in this village, then later travelled to Delhi where he completed his studies at the Madrasah Deoband which is amongst the biggest Hanafee schools in the Indian sub-continent, which was setup in the year 1283 A.H. (1867 C.E.).

He also sought knowledge under the guardianship of his older brother, Shaykh Muhammad Yahya, who was a teacher at the Madrasah Mathaahir al-'Uloom in Sahaaranpoor.

Later, he studied under Shaykh Ashraf 'Alee Thanwee (1280 A.H. (1863 C.E.) - 1364 A.H. (1943 C.E.)), who was known to them as ((Hakeem al-Ummat)).

Likewise, he also studied under Shaykh Mahmood Hasan (1268 A.H. (1851 C.E.) - 1339 A.H. (1920 C.E.)) who was amongst the major scholars of the Madrasah Deoband and the Jamaa'ah at-Tableegh.

As for Shaykh Rasheed Ahmad al-Gangoohee, born in 1829 C.E. (died 1905 C.E.); Shaykh Muhammad Ilyaas actually gave bay'ah (oath of allegiance) to him in 1315 A.H. (1899 C.E.).

He later renewed his bay'ah (oath of allegiance) to Shaykh Khaleel Ahmad as-Sahaaranpooree who was one of the scholars of the Deobandiyyah group.

7. Moulana Muhammad Yusuf (d. 1965): Moulana Ilyas was succeeded by his son, Moulana Muhammad Yusuf (d. 1965), who became the second Amir of the Jamaat Tableegh. Inamul-Hasan succeeded Moulana Muhammad Yusuf. Presently, there is no Amir of the Jamaat Tableegh...

8. Moulana Zakariyah: The son-in-law of Moulana Ilyas Mashaikh-e- Chist (Eng. Trans.) p.307.and the author of Fazaail-e-Aamaal. He was well acquainted with Sufism and was given the Khilafah of all the four Sufi Tareeqahs by Moulana Khalil Ahmad Saharanpuri Mashaikh-e- Chist (Eng. Trans.) p.304-305.
Anonymous said…
9. Shaykh 'Abdur-Raheem Shaah ad-Deobandee at-Tableeghee spent alot of time in organising the affaris of the Jamaa'ah at-Tableegh along with Muhammad Ilyaas and his son Shaykh Muhammad Yoosuf after him.

10. Shaykh Ihtishaam al-Hasan al-Kaandahlawee married the sister of Muhammad Ilyaas, and spent a long time commanding the Jamaa'ah at-Tableegh whilst in the companionship of Shaykh Muhammad Ilyaas, its founder.

The Training Manual of the Jamaat Tableegh and their manner of propagating their da'wah
Originally known as Tableeghi Nisaab, `Fazaail-e-Aamaal' literally means the virtues (Fazaail) of actions of worship (Aamaal). It consists of a series of booklets written by Moulana Zakariyah Kandhalvi on the instructions of Moulana Ilyas (the founder of Jamaat Tableegh) as mentioned by Moulana Zakariyah himself in his autobiography `Aap Beeti.'
Fazaail-e-Aamaal consists of nine booklets, namely
Hikayaat Sahabah,
Fazaail-e-Dhikr,
Fazaail-e-Namaaz,
Fazaail-e-Tableegh,
Fazaail-e-Qur'aan,
Fazaail-e-Darood,
Fazaail-e-Ramadaan,
Fazaail -e- Sadaqat and
Fazaail-e-Hajj.
Anonymous said…
These series were compiled in two volumes and entitled, `Tableeghi Nisaab.' They were intended to be the fundamental training guide for the cadre of the Jamaat Tableegh.
Later on, it was re-named, `Fazaail-e-Aamaal.' This book originally in Urdu, has been translated to many different languages. But it has never been translated into the Arabic language as a whole.

They do not interfere in issues of forbidding the evil, believing they are at the stage of establishing an appropriate climate for Islaamic living, and that if they were to involve themselves in such issues, then this would place obstacles in their way and turn the people away from their da'wah.

They believe that blind following a madhhab is obligatory, and they do not permit ijtihaad, believing that the conditions of a mujtahid (one who is qualified to make ijtihaad) are not present amongst the scholars of this time.

They have been affected by the ways of the Soofiyyah, whose da'wah is widespread in the Indian sub-continent.

It is imperative for every member of the Jamaa'ah at-Tableegh to have a Shaykh to whom he makes bay'ah (oath of allegiance) to, and whoever was to die whilst not having made bay'ah, then he has died the death of those in pre-Islaam. And often is the case that the bay'ah takes place in a public gathering so as to encourage all present to do likewise and give them all an impression that they are all in this together as one group. And the same is done amongst the women also.

Excessive love and respect is shown to the Shaykh to whom bay'ah has been given, as is excessive love shown to the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam), that which often takes them out of the fold of displaying appropriate respect to the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam).

Their belief that the way of the Soofiyyah is the closest way to taste the sweetness of eemaan in the heart.
Anonymous said…
Their being taught the names of the major personalities of the Soofiyyah such as 'Abdul-Qaadir al-Jeelaanee, who was born in Jeelaan in 470 A.H., and also as-Sahrooree, and Abu Mansoor al-Maatureedee who died in 332 A.H., and Jalaal ad-Deen ar-Roomee who was born in 604 A.H., who wrote the book al-Mathnawee.

There are some members who claim to have adopted the thoughts of the Jamaa'ah an-Noor of Turkey.

Finally Tabligi Jamat page and its sub links contains Alhamdulillah, a critical study of the ahadeeth and other material in the well known Tablighi Nisaab - Fazail-e-Aa'maal. read this with an open heart, and remember the hadith of the prophet Muhammad (saws) when he said : "The one who loves for the sake of Allah and hates for the sake of Allah, he will taste the sweetness of Eemaan (faith)". Thus it is a part of Faith, that we evaluate the evidences of those who preach Islam, and thus correct our Islam so that we may be guided.

In this regard, Ibn Sireen {rahim'ullah} said as quoted in the introduction to Sahih Muslim said: "This (hadeeth) is the religion! So be careful as to whom you take this religion".

Ibn Taahir al-Maqdisi al-Haafidh {rahim'ullah} said, "I heard the Imaam, Abu Ismaa'eel 'Abdullaah bin Muhammad al-Ansaari {rahim'ullah} saying, whilst in Haraah: 'The sword was put to my neck five times [and each time] it was not said to me, 'Leave your madhhab' but it was said to me, 'Remain silent about those who are in opposition to you'. So I would say, 'I will not remain silent'." [Aadaab us-Sharee'ah (1/207) of Ibn Muflih al-Maqdisi al-Hanbali].

Thus, it is the order of the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad and the understanding of the Sahâbah that we evaluate the books that we read, and weigh it according to the Qur'ân, Sunnah . Keeping this in mind, with total commitment to understanding the truth for the sake of Allaah, May Allah ta'laa have mercy on you. We ask Allah's help to fill us with the right knowledge and Guide us and Grant the Ummah to loving the truth and its people. {Aameen}
Anonymous said…
ADVICE TO JAMAA'AT-UT-TABLEEGH


English translation extracted from a live lecture given by Shaykh Naasir ud Deen Al-Albaanee Source :TROID Publications

"Praise be to Allah. Salams and Salat on the Prophet Muhammad sallalahu alaihi wa sallam"

Question: Where do the Jamaa’at-Tableegh go wrong? and What is the remedy for their situation?

Answer: The remedy is Knowledge, as we have always advised them. Instead of going out for this "Khurooj", which has no basis in the Sunnah, whereas they make it a Sunnah to be followed. Rather they should sit in the Mosques and learn the Hadeeth and Fiqh and the manner of reading the Qur'ân correctly as it was sent down – [since many of them who speak, and this is a wicked practice which they have established for the people (in that) they encourage them to speak ]- and then (they) are not able to correctly read the Aayah, not to mention the Ahaadeeth of the Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam – [since he explains the Aayah in a way that causes him to fall under the saying that occurs in the knowledge of the Sciences of Hadeeth (‘Ilm Usoolil Hadeeth): "That the student must learn the "Arabic language so that when he reads a Hadeeth he does not introduce mistakes into it, but reads it as the Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, said it"] – and if not then he falls under the saying of the Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, "

Even when the Book is in front of him and he reads from it - [then he even cannot read it properly even though the Book is fully vowel pointed] – but even so those whom we hear in many of the Mosques cannot read the Hadeeth of the Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, properly, - not to mention the being able to explain them correctly, and not to mention explaining the rulings contained therein – whilst those sitting and listening are in dire need of this Fiqh taken from the Sunnah.
Anonymous said…
Therefore the cure for those people is for them to return to the circles of knowledge in the mosques and find a scholar who has knowledge of the different readings (Qiraa’aat), knowledge of Tajweed, knowledge of Fiqh, knowledge of Hadeeth and knowledge of Tafseer. – so that they can learn. Then, after that if any of them becomes able to call the people – then he has to call the people. However, they call themselves, "Jamaa’ath-Ul-Da’wah" and the "Daw’ah" is the call to Islam,

‘the group of spreading the Deen’, but this Deen of Islam has to be understood by the caller so that he may able to spread it correctly and properly – and if not then

- the one who does not have something cannot give it-

and this is a well known truth.

Therefore we advise them, since in many of them we find sincerity of purpose, and that they are active in Da’wah, however, what was said of old of them was true, as follows: "Sa’d brought them in – leading them: That is not how you bring in camels, O Sa’d!: <<That is not how you give Da’wah to Islam O Jamaa’ath,
Da’wah to Islam requires scholars who are able – especially if they go out from their lands to the lands of Kufr and misguidance, such as Europe and America – as over there problems and doubts come to them which you would not even think about in the Muslim lands

– So where will they find the answer to them – he who does not have something cannot give it.
Anonymous said…
I believe that they – Jamaa’at-Ut-Tableegh, if they really do wish to spread the Deen of Islam – then it is not enough that they are students, rather they must be -Scholars and Mujtahids – taking Islamic rulings from the Book and the Sunnah. Why? Because they go to a land where the habits, customs, usages, and problems are different to ours – so where will they get the answers from? They have no answer – rather one of them may mistakenly think that he has some knowledge – and therefore give Fatwa’s – just as the Companions gave Fatwas to the injured man and killed him – they gave Fatwaa without knowledge and so erred and led into error, just as the Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, said in the hadeeth recorded by Al-Bukharee and Muslim,

"Verily Allah does not take away the knowledge by removing it from the hearts of the scholars, but He takes the knowledge away by taking away the scholars – until there does not remain any scholars, so the people take ignorant ones as their leaders – and they are asked and give judgment without knowledge."

This is exactly what is happening these days – that many people give fatwas without knowledge and therefore go astray and lead others astray – therefore for those who wish to give Da’wah – it is not enough that they are students, rather they must be scholars – deriving rulings from the Book and Sunnah – and if not, then they are not able to convey the message of Islam, particularly in those foreign lands.
Anonymous said…
I end this talk with a point noted by a famous scholar of Andalus – Ibn Rushd Al-Malikee – he gave an example for the mujtahid scholar and the muqalid scholar – a very good example – saying,

"The example of the mujtahid and the muqalid is the example of the person who sells leather socks and the one who makes them. So a man comes to the seller of leather socks and asks him for a particular size [and maybe he wants an unusual size, small but wide] and he doesn’t find this size amongst his stock – so he has to go to the maker of the leather socks and say I want a leather sock of such and such a size – and he makes it. This is the example of the mujtahid and the other one, the muqalid."

So where will they find answers required in that land? Therefore we advise them strongly – since they have sincerity and feeling for Islam, and desire to spread it amongst the people – to seek knowledge. There is no other way than that; after that, perhaps, Allah will grant them that knowledge and open the door of true Da’wah to them, and if not, then,

The one who does not possess something cannot simply give it to others.

Our way, is that "The best of guidance is the guidance of Muhammad ", and this is the text agreed upon by all Jamaa’ahs amongst Muslims throughout the world.

Hence, all Muslims, irrespective of group or sect, agree upon this basic principle that "the best of guidance is the guidance of Muhammad sallalahu alaihi wa sallam". Despite this agreement there is still some difference with regard to how that is put into practice and in making this Prophetic truth a fact upon the face of this earth. I
t is here that they differ, and we have just discussed about what is knowledge, which is "what is commanded by Allah and His Messenger sallalahu alaihi wa sallam". There is also no disagreement about this fact. However, in practice today you hardly ever hear a scholar answer a question by saying, "Allah ta’aala says…." Or "The Prophet sallalahu alaihi wa sallam said…..". Instead they say "so and so says…", and that is NOT knowledge.
Anonymous said…
So what is important for the Muslims today is that they come together upon the principles – and these are agreed amongst them – and stick to them and not leave them on one side and we say, "The best of guidance is the guidance of Muhammad sallalahu alaihi wa sallam".


Then we return to the question and say, "All of the Jamaa’ahs amongst the Muslims say

<< the best of guidance is the guidance of Muhammad sallalahu alaihi wa sallam>>,

but the Jamaa’at-Ul-Tableegh and others – we do not particularize them alone since the problem is general – has their ‘Aqeedah (belief) become one – and they have been in existence for many years.

So has the ‘Aqeedah of its members become a single ‘Aqeedah? Has their ‘Ibaadah (worship) become one? Etc. In my opinion the answer is "NO", since you will find amongst them,

Likewise within Jamaa’at-Ul-Tableegh you will find people who lean towards the Book and the Sunnah as we have just explained. However, you do not find amongst them scholars who guide these (people) to the Book and the Sunnah.

Instead, they rely upon any scholar who will explain to them what is in the Book and the Sunnah since they believe that it is the Qur’an and the Sunnah that are to be acted upon. As for the great majority of them, they are not like that. The reason is that not all of them have that belief which would unite them if they possessed it. Therefore, you see them do many things at variance with the Sunnah.
Anonymous said…
This is what they call "khurooj" – going out in the way of Allah – meaning going out with the Jamaa’ah to various towns, cities, lands and even non-Muslim countries. So we always remind them that going out in the way of Allah is a good thing since the Messenger sallalahu alaihi wa sallam said

"He who takes a path seeking knowledge. Allah makes it easy for him a path to Paradise".

However, if they believe, along with us, that the best guidance is the guidance of Muhammad sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, then (we ask), "had he (sallalahu alaihi wa sallam) and his noble companions used to go out in tens in that way to give Da’wah of Islam?"

And the people in the time of the Messenger sallalahu alaihi wa sallam were in greater need of knowledge since they were surrounded by the unbelievers. So he, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, would send a knowledgeable one and not send ten or twenty along with him who did not know anything. Rather they would learn from the people of knowledge in their own lands.

So I am sure you all know that he, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, sent Mu’aadh Ibn Jabal (raliallahu anhu), alone, Aboo Moosa (raliallahu anhu) alone, and likewise ‘Alee (raliallahu anhu), Aboo ‘Ubaidhah (raliallahu anhu) and Dihyah (raliallahu anhu) etc. etc. all singly. We do not find at any time in his blessed life that he, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, sent along with a scholar, people who were not scholars – to Yemen. What was in Yemen but Shirk and Kufr, and consider, there was need in the time of the Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam.

Therefore we say that the foundation of Da’wah is Knowledge – Knowledge of the Book and the Sunnah – and I would draw your attention to the fact that despite being around many years they still do not have a single unifying ‘Aqeedah nor a single unifying worship,

So what is it you will convey to the people while you have not yet conveyed it to your own selves?

he who does not possess something cannot give it to another.
Anonymous said…
They call to Islam. What is Islam? Prayer!, Fasting!, Zakat! Etc. If a questioner comes and asks, "How did the Messenger of Allah, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, perform Salat?" to one of their callers (Daa’ee), not just one of their common followers, then he cannot answer. Why? Because from the beginning, from their first principles, they are NOT taught to, first of all, make sure that they are upon following the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of the Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, of Allah.

what is this Islam that they call to? Prayer only? We often hear and know that many people who had not used to pray have started to pray – we do not deny that. We know many extreme Sufi’s in all the lands of Islam, and particularly Syria, where they have lived for many years – Shaikhs of the Sufi’s who devour the people’s wealth and live upon the hunger of their followers – and yet people who were formerly drunkards become their followers and begin to pray. But is that what is wanted? That a person becomes like the example mentioned by the Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam,

"The example of the scholar who does NOT act on his Knowledge is that of a lamp which gives light to the people and burns itself away."

That is not what is wanted. What is wanted is that the Muslim gives Da’wah having a certain Knowledge of his Deen – and where does he get that knowledge from? As we have said: Either he himself becomes a scholar by studying the Book and the Sunnah or he takes the Book and the Sunnah from one who is a scholar of that. We do not find that amongst the followers of Jamaa’at - Ut-Tableegh – and for all these years – and likewise for the Ikhwanul Muslimeen – and they have not come together in their thinking –

what Islam is it that they call to?

And know after mentioning their shortcomings – I advise them – that instead of going out for this "Khurooj" which was, firstly, not found in the time of the Prophet, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, and secondly, that it is organized in a way that has no basis in Islam – three days, four days etc. – Instead of that "Khurooj", which did not exist in the first and best period of Islam, sit in the Mosques and study the Book of Allah, either by yourselves if you are from the former group and if not, then, by asking the people of Knowledge if you do not know.
Anonymous said…
And we often hear them begin their lesson with the saying: "Our success lies in following the Sunnah". Fine, but if you ask, "What is the Sunnah in the Prayer that you have just performed?". He doesn’t know. The Imam sits after the prayer, opens "Riyadh-Us-Saliheen" – and what a good book it is – he reads two or three ahadeeth and does not explain them or make their meaning clear – reading only the text. Then the people go away not knowing anything. Why? Because the Shaikh didn’t explain. Why? Because he doesn’t have something, hence he cannot give it.

[ In Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and some African countries They read FAZAIL-E-AA'MAAL or some places They promote BAHIST- E-ZEWAR these book contains mixture of some fiqh with fabricated narration and stories and lies]

So, instead of wasting time reading ahadeeth which they do not understand – let one or two of them out of the thousands seek knowledge – tafseer, hadeeth, language etc. Then, let them call the people to Islam upon clear guidance.

Imaan in Allah – I have never heard any of our brothers explain the word "Imaan in Allah" – of which it is possible to write volumes about, and it is sufficient for us that Shaikhul-Islam Ibn Taimiyyah wrote a whole book called "Kitaabul-Imaan" – and the muhaddithoon of old wrote such books such as Ibn Abee Shaibah and Aboo ‘Ubaid Al-Qassim as Sallam – all of them writing books on Imaan.
What is "Imaan in Allah? The Muslims believe in Allah, the Christians believe in Allah, the Jews believe in Allah, everyone but the atheists believe in Allah. But each one’s belief in Allah is different from the other. So what is that Imaan (in Allah) which is the first condition of Imaan? This topic is never studied. This Imaan contains the belief in the Oneness of Allah’s self; it contains the Oneness of Allah’s worship – that He alone is worshipped; it contains Allah’s Uniqueness in his Attributes.
Anonymous said…
our advice is that some – not all thousands or millions of them – but tens or thousands of them should obtain knowledge of the Deen who then can guide them to the following of Allah’s Book and the Ahaadeeth of Allah’s messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam.

As for the going out – then no one should go out except for the scholar – as shown in the guidance of Allah’s Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam. As for spreading the Deen – then each person passes on what he knows – but that is not to be in ordered form that people from Amman leave their families and children and go to Europe and America. Let them remain at home and learn Allah’s Deen as did the Companions of the Prophet, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam. We again repeat, :The best of guidance is the guidance of Muhammad, sallalahualaihi wa sallam."

Where are those who best understand this rule? Without a doubt they were the Companions of the Prophet, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, then those who came after them, then those who came even after them. Fourteen centuries have passed and whatever we might say about changing times or methods etc. – we are now in the 1400’s and never in these 1400 years did a group of scholars go out in hundreds in this way, traveling through the lands to give Da’wah. Why did they not do that?

Therefore the scholars say,

"And every good is in the following of those who came before, and every evil lies in the innovations of the latter people."
Anonymous said…
No one will argue about giving Da’wah since Allah ta’aala says: "watakun minkum ummah.." but the problem lies in the method of Da’wah and the way it is given, and what is introduced into that which had not been used to be in the time of the Prophet, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, and that one having knowledge goes out – why does he go out? To learn! Brother, stay in your homes, the mosque is next door, sit there and learn from the scholars.

have an example which they mention – they say: "That there was a Kurdish man, zealous for Islam, but knowing very little about it – he met a Jew on the road one day and said to him

become a Muslim, so he replied; I will become a Muslim – what do I say? He said: By Allah, I don’t know!"

What benefit is this type of enthusiasm – he doesn’t even know what to say to the Jew about Islam. So we say, - that before this enthusiasm – sit and learn what Islam is – then spread it amongst the people in the best way. And this is enough of a mention of the short-comings of Jamaa’at-Ut-Tableegh. And we do not wish to go further into the details since that requires research of their history – and what is correct and what is not – but that which is very clear. Is that this "Khurooj" in groups who hardly know anything about Islam?

Al-hamdulillah, And you pray according to the book, Salat Salaatin-Nabiee’,sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, - why don’t you pray according to a book produced by Jamaa’at-Ut-Tableegh? Because they haven’t produced any such book.

So, in brief, with regard to the Jamaa’at-Ut-Tableegh – we are thankful for their enthusiasm but not for the way in which they show it. This enthusiasm has to have knowledge attached to it – and knowledge as has preceded is "what Allah and His Messenger, sallalahu alaihi wa sallam, say". This Hadeeth is authentic. Is there any scholar amongst them who is able to say that this Hadeeth is weak so that he can be upon clear guidance in his Deen? They do not have such a one to this day. Why? Because their way is at variance with he correct way.: "Verily, this is My Way, leading Straight: follow it: follow not (other) paths:" [Al-Quran Surah An’aam 6:153]
Anonymous said…
Importance of Education for Muslims Children

http://vimeo.com/7943289
Anonymous said…
OPENING AN ISLAMIC SCHOOL


Requirements:


CORRECT INTENTION

The fundamental intention essential for establishing an Islamic School should be the protection of IMAAN thereby preserving the conviction that Allah is the Doer, Provider, Sustainer and Controller. The dependence of Muslims should be upon Allah alone, as the instruments or means employed are actually the Will of Allah.

Concurrently with this indispensable and all-important intention is the development of love for Rasulullah (sallalahu alayhi wasallam) and his Sunnats in the hearts of the learners.

Another intention that one could also make is the safeguarding of the Muslim youth from the evils and immoralities prevalent in society.

Educators should be Pious, Professionally Qualified, Experienced and Compassionate.

These qualities in the Islamic School teacher cannot be over-emphasised. The feature of Piety is most essential. Especially significant is the upholding of correct beliefs and love for practising upon the Sunnah.

Teaching is an art that has to be well-explored and researched to achieve optimum results. Unqualified teachers can cause untold damage and impairment. However, if such teachers are not available then the pious, lesser qualified personnel may be employed with the provision that a maximum of three such teachers become subordinate to one seasoned Tutor who monitors their progress and assists in their professional development.


The correct selection of books for the literature syllabus is crucial. However, if due to Departmental Regulations one does not have a choice, then it is essential that the Educator presents the lessons with an Islamic bias, flavour and perspective, clearly outlining the un-Islamic aspects and values.
Anonymous said…
Segregation

As far as possible Islamic schools should not be Co-ed. However, if circumstances constrain one to establish a co-ed school, then it is essential that there is stringent segregation of the genders. There should be SEPARATE facilities, such as the following, for the males and females (both learners and Educators):

1. Entrances into the school;

2. Entrances into the class rooms;

3. Playing areas;

4. Partitions in class rooms that separate the boys from the girls;

5. No class to be left unattended, i.e., without an Educator;

6. In an emergency if a male Educator needs to communicate with any female Educator, or vice versa, then such discussion should be within the earshot of the learners;

7. Parents/teacher communication should be by appointment, taking place in the office with the females seated in the ladies' cubicle, out of sight.


Uniforms

Although for the EDUCATORS there is no need to be prescriptive over the colour of their clothes,

No coloured contact lens, earrings, bangles, plaits or pony tails.

Cloaks with burkhas and niqaab;



Sports & Excursions

Children need to play. Sports often develops confidence and loyalty within learners. However, even in sporting activities there should be no intermingling. Also, too much of time must not be spent on sports and sporting activities to cause love and addiction for it. Learners could be taught some martial art, e.g., Karate, Judo and proper use and handling of firearms.

EXCURSIONS

Excursions must be ventured only for educational objectives or for teaching some life skills, and not just for fun and pleasure.

Government Standards

Compliance with the various Government Legislations and Regulations is necessary as long as they are not contrary to the Shariah.

Du`aas

It is essential to seek the help of Allah for the smooth running of the school, and also for Divine Guidance for maintaining very high academic standards.

Trustees

The Trustees should be compatibly like-minded with similar temperament and ability to work together. Avoid appointing as Trustees people who are not regular with their Salaah and are free thinkers. Experience has shown that too many Trustees do not make for the smooth running of any organisation. At the helm of the organisation, both at the Principal's level and also the position of Chairman of the Trustees, should be a pious Alim with a high measure of Taqwa, tolerance and also well grounded in both the worldly as well as the Islamiaat sciences.

The Infrastructure

The building and the layout of the edifices, playfields, etc., should be planned and constructed in such a way so as to accommodate the segregation of the genders and also be conducive to impart quality education.

Every effort should be made to impart such education that will enable our learners to hold prime positions in the job market and yet be Muslims in their approach to life.
Anonymous said…
Deoband Mandarsa producing Talibaan

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssbVbkocpZA&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9oDl_95apA&feature=related
Anonymous said…
What is going in Kashmir ? Who is Resposnsible ? IS this really related with Islam ?

or it is trick of Pakistan ?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsgCb-0INfE
Ejaz Ul Haq said…
भारत की एकता अखंडता का जीवंत उधारण यहाँ पढ़ें
ym said…
Important Lectures

Allah kahaa hai

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEJ_tpSZ7vY&feature=related



Aalam Barzaq

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsxRK5cGuQM

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