Thursday, July 27, 2017

Worship God and do not associate anything with Him. And obey those put in authority of your affairs. Do not dispute with the Leader about his authority, even if he is a black slave. Hold firmly to the Sunnah of your Nabi (the Traditions of Messenger Muhammad) and His rightly guided Caliphs, blessed with Guidance, and hold fast with your teeth to the righteous way.

Worship God and do not associate anything with Him. And obey those put in authority of your affairs. Do not dispute with the Leader about his authority, even if he is a black slave. Hold firmly to the Sunnah of your Nabi (the Traditions of Messenger Muhammad) and His rightly guided Caliphs, blessed with Guidance, and hold fast with your teeth to the righteous way.

DA’WAT AND TABLIGH 642 & 643 Etiquettes and Deeds

162.  Abu Hurairah RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that Nabi SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: Any Amiir over ten persons, will be brought on the Day of Reckoning with an iron collar around his neck, till his justice gets him free, or his tyranny destroys him. (Bazaar, Tabaraani, Majma-‘uz-Zawaaif)

163.  ‘AbdUllaah ibne Mas’uud RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: There will be some of your Amiirs who will cause corruption, and Allah will bring reforms through them, more than their corruption. So, that Amiir who works in obedience to Allah, will be rewarded, and gratefulness is necessary from you. And that Amiir who works in disobedience to Allah, the sins thereof, will be on him, and you will have to be patient. (Baihaqii

164.  ‘Aa-‘ishah RadiyAllaahu ‘anhaa narrates: I heard from RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam making this duaa in my house: O Allah! Whosoever is placed in authority over my Ummah and is harsh with them, You be harsh on him; and whoever in authority over my Ummah is kind to them, You be kind on him. (Muslim)

165.  Jubair ibne Nufair, Kathiir ibne Murrah, ‘Amr ibne Aswad, Miqdaam ibne Ma’dikarb and Abu Umaamah RadiyAllaahu ‘anhum narrate that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: When an Amiir exposes faults in the people, he corrupts them. (Abu Dawood)

Note: This means that when the Amiir, instead of trusting his people, looks for their faults and becomes suspicious about them, then he himself is a source of discord and dispersion. Therefore, it is essential for the Amiir, that he veils the faults of the people and is not suspicious, but makes good assumptions about them. (Badhl-ul-Majhuud)

166.  Umme Husain RadiyAllaahu ‘anhaa narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: If a slave is made an Amiir on you, whose nose and ears are cut and he is of black complexion; but he leads you according to the Book of Allah, you should listen to his orders and obey him. (Muslim)

167.  Anas ibne Maalik RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: Listen and obey, even if an Abyssinian slave with a head like a raisin is made Amiir over you. (Bukhaarii)

168.  Waail Al-Hadeamii RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: Listen and obey the Amiir, for on them shall be the responsibility of what they do, and on you shall be the responsibility of what you do. (Muslim)

DA’WAT AND TABLIGH   644   Etiquettes and Deeds

169. ‘Irbaadh ibne Saariyah RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: Worship Allah and do not associate anything with Him. And obey those put in authority of your affairs. Do not dispute with the Amiir about his authority, even if he is a black slave. Hold firmly to the Sunnah of your Nabi and His rightly guided Khalifahs, blessed with Hidayah, and hold fast with your teeth to the righteous way. (Mustakrak Hakim)

170.  Abu Hurairah RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: Allah likes for you three things and dislikes for you three things. He likes that you worship Him and do not associate any partner with Him. That you all hold fast to the rope of Allah and do not get divided. That you be a well-wisher to those whom Allah has put in authority over you. And He dislikes your indulging in unprofitable discussions and; wasting your wealth; and asking unnecessary questions. (Musnad Ahmad)

171.  Abu Hurairah RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: He who obeys me has indeed obeyed Allah; and he who disobeys me has indeed disobeyed Allah. He who obeys the Amiir has obeyed me, and who disobeys the Amiir has disobeyed me. (Ibne Maajah)

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Anyone made responsible for the governance of the affairs of the Muslims dies acting dishonestly towards them, Allah will forbid Paradise for him.

Anyone made responsible for the governance of the affairs of the Muslims dies acting dishonestly towards them, Allah will forbid Paradise for him.

DA’WAT AND TABLIGH   640   Etiquettes and Deeds

157.  Ma’qil ibne-Yasaar RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that he heard RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam saying: Anyone who has been made Ameer for the governance of the affairs of the Muslims, and he does not endeavour for their welfare, but he will not enter Paradise along with the Muslims. (Muslim)

158.  Ma’qil ibne-Yasaar RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: Anyone made responsible for the governance of the affairs of the Muslims dies acting dishonestly towards them, Allah will forbid Paradise for him. (Bukhaari)

DA’WAT AND TABLIGH   641   Etiquettes and Deeds

159.  Abu Maryam Al Azdi RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates: I heard RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam saying: If Allah Azza wa Jall puts a man in authority of the affairs of the Muslims, and he turns his face away from their needs, destitution and poverty, Allah will turn away from his needs, and will not help him in destitution and poverty. (Abu Dawuud)

160.  Hurairah RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam said: If anyone made Ameer over ten or more persons does not deal with them equitably, he will come chained and handcuffed on the Day of Reckoning. (Mustadrak Hakim)

161,  Abu Waail RahmahUllaah narrates ‘Umar (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu) appointed Bishr ibne ‘Asim of Hawadhin as collector of Sadaqah. But Bishr did not go. ‘Umar (RadiyAllaahu ‘anhu) met and asked him: What held you up? Is it not necessary for you to listen and to obey us? Bishr replied: Yes, verily! But I heard RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu  ‘alaihi  wa  ‘alaa  ‘aalihii  wasallam saying that one who is made responsible for some affairs of the Muslims, he will be brought and held at the bridge over Hell on the Day of Reckoning. (Bukhaari)

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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Messenger said: Two men are better than one, and three are better than two, and four are better than three. So it is incumbent on you to be in a Jamaa-at (Group); for God will never unite my Ummah on anything except on Hidaayah (Guidance).

Messenger said: Two men are better than one, and three are better than two, and four are better than three. So it is incumbent on you to be in a Jamaa-at (Group); for God will never unite my Ummah on anything except on Hidaayah (Guidance).




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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Develop good relations with people, and treat them kindly. Do not attack them until you have invited them to Islam. All people on this earth, whether living in mud or concrete houses, villages or cities, if you bring them to me as Muslims, it will be much dearer to me than killing them and bringing their women to me

Develop good relations with people, and treat them kindly. Do not attack them until you have invited them to Islam. All people on this earth, whether living in mud or concrete houses, villages or cities, if you bring them to me as Muslims, it will be much dearer to me than killing them and bringing their women to me

 Etiquettes and deeds                                              618

102.  ‘AbdUllaah ibne ‘Amr RadiyAllaahu Ta’aalaa ‘anhuma narrates that Nabi SallAllaahu Ta-aalaa ‘alayhi wa ‘aalihii wasallam said: Convey from me even if it be a single verse. (Bukhari)

Note:  The objective of this Hadith is to endeavour as much as possible to convey the teachings of Deen. If the things that you are conveying are very brief, even so, others may be blessed with guidance by it. You will be rewarded for this, and blessed with numerous virtues.   (Mazaahir-e-Haque)

103.  ‘Abdur Rahmaan ibne ‘Aaidh RadiyAllaahu Ta’aalaa ‘anhu narrates that whenever RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu Ta-aalaa ‘alayhi wa ‘aalihii wasallam sent any expedition, he told them: Develop good relations with people, and treat them kindly. Do not attack them until you have invited them to Islam. All people on this earth, whether living in mud or concrete houses, villages or cities, if you bring them to me as Muslims, it will be much dearer to me than killing them and bringing their women to me.  (Mataalib-ul-‘Aaliyah, ‘Isaabah)

104.  ‘Ibne ‘Abbaas RadiyAllaahu Ta’aalaa ‘anhuma narrates that RasuulUllaah SallAllaahu Ta-aalaa ‘alayhi wa ‘aalihii wasallam said: Today you listen to me about Deen (Religion); tomorrow you will be heard. And then it will be heard from those, who heard from you. 
(Abu Dawood)


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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

I swear by Allah, if even a single person through your efforts is blessed with guidance, it is better for you than to have red camels

I swear by Allah, if even a single person through your efforts is blessed with guidance, it is better for you than to have red camels

DA’WAT AND TABLIGH       615        Etiquettes and deeds

Allaah SubhaanaHuu wa Ta’aalaa said to His Prophet SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wa  ‘aalihii wasallam:

And by the Mercy of Allah, you dealt with them gently. And had you been stern and hard-hearted, they would have broken away from you; so over (their faults), and ask Allah’s forgiveness for them, and consult them in the conduct of (important) affairs. Then when you have resolved, put your trust in Allah. Certainly! Allah loves those who put their trust (in Him).        ‘Aali ‘Imraan  3: 159

Allaah SubhaanaHuu wa Ta’aalaa said to His Prophet SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wa  ‘aalihii wasallam:

Hold firmly to the habit of forgiveness, and enjoin what is good and (he who does not accept this order of goodness because of ignorance, then) turn away from (such) ignorant people (that is avoid quarreling with them).

And if an incitement from the Shaitan incites you, then seek refuge from Allah. Verily! He (Allah) is All-Hearer, All-Knower.           ‘Al-‘A’raaf  7: 199-200

Allaah SubhaanaHuu wa Ta’aalaa said to His Prophet SallAllaahu ‘alaihi wa  ‘aalihii wasallam:

And bear patiently with what they say, and leave their company with grace and dignity.   Al-Muzzammil  73: 10
 
AHAADITH




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Sunday, July 9, 2017

The best Alms is to arrange for a tent so that people may benefit from its shade in the Path of God, to gift a servant in the Path of God, or to provide a camel (to serve as conveyance) in the Path of God

The best Alms is to arrange for a tent so that people may benefit from its shade in the Path of God, to gift a servant in the Path of God, or to provide a camel (to serve as conveyance) in the Path of God

Da’wat and Tabligh                                                              610

greater in trial, and more rewarding. (Nasai).

Note: The reward for one who lives in the city is more because of his pre-occupations and abundant belongings; which he must leave to migrate in the Path of Allah. 

88.                  Waathilah ibnil Asqa' RadiyAllaahu 'anhu narrates that: RasuulUllaahu SallAllaahu ‘alaiHi wa AaliHii Wasallam asked from me: Would you migrate? I replied: Yes. He asked: Acceptable (Baadiyah) migration or obligatory (Baattah) migration? I asked Him: Which is more rewarding? RasuulUllaahu SallAllaahu ‘alaiHi wa AaliHii Wasallam replied: Obligatory migration, and obligatory migration is that you live with RasuulUllaahu SallAllaahu ‘alaiHi wa AaliHii Wasallam, and acceptable migration is that you return to your place and make it imperative on yourself to listen to the Amir (Commander) and obey him, in adverse and favourable conditions, whether you like it or not, and despite others being preferred over you. (Tabaraani, Majma-‘ul-Zawaaid)

Note: Obligatory migration (Baattah) from Makkah to Madinah was observed during the time of RasuulUllaahu SallAllaahu ‘alaiHi wa AaliHii Wasallam prior to the victory of Makkah. Acceptable migration (Baadiah) is to go out for a cause of Allah and return to your place.

89.  Abu Fatimah Waathilah ibnil Asqa' RadiyAllaahu 'anhu narrates that RasuulUllaahu SallAllaahu ‘alaiHi wa AaliHii Wasallam said: Keep migrating in the Path of Allah, for definitely there is no deed like it. (Nasai)


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