New Delhi:9th Aug’13
Jama Masjid and Fatehpuri Masjid committees have announced that Eid in India will be celebrated tomorrow on Friday 9th Aug ’13. Shahi Imam of the both historic Mosques have announced after receiving authentic news from various parts of other states.Mufti Mukarram Ahmed of Fatehpuri Mosque have declared that in India moon has been sighted in many parts including Mumbai,Rajasthan etc and after consultation and autnetic reports Shahadats Eid will be celebrated tomorrow.
In Fatehpuri Mosque large numbers of Muslims in and around Delhi participate in Eid Namaz.Childrens celebrates Eid with great enthusiasm and joy.
Dargah Ala Hazrat Bareilly Shareef based Markazi moon sighting committee has also done consultation and it is hoped that very soon Eid will be announced.
22nd Jan 2012
Muslims around the country observed 93rd death anniversary of their leader Hazrat Imam Ahmed Raza Khan.Several thousands also came from outside country to attend the ceremony at dargah Ala Hazrat at bareilly city of Uttar pradesh.
Hazrat Akhtar Raza Khan Azhari Mian and Hazrat Subhan raza Khan Subhani Mian presided three day long Urs ceremony at Jamiaturaza and at Islamia Inter Colege field respectively.At least 10 lac Muslims attended the gathering and offered fateha and join Dua on last day of the celebration on 20th jan 2012 .
Sunni Leaders around the country spoke extensively about the contribution of this great Mujaddid and his pious son hazrat Mufti -e-Azam (R.A).
बरेली, जागरण संवाददाता : इस्लामियां इण्टर कॉलेज में हुई मुस्लिम स्टूडेंट आर्गेनाइजेशन ऑफ इंडिया की बैठक में तालीमी, मजहबी और नौजवानों से संबधित मुद्दों पर प्रस्ताव पास किया गया। इसे राष्ट्रपति, प्रधानमंत्री, मुख्यमंत्री को भेजने का फैसला लिया गया। बैठक में आला हजरत के नाम पर बरेली में मुस्लिम यूनिवर्सिटी बनाने की बात जोर-शोर से उठी। वहीं दरगाहों और खानकाहों की बेहतरी के लिए दरगाह एक्ट बनाकर पास किए जाने, जायरीनों की सहूलियतों और सुविधाओं के लिए कुम्भ मेला जैसी सुविधाएं देने, रुहेलखंड विवि में आला हजरत के नाम पर रिसर्च चेयर स्थापित करने, सुन्नी मुसलमानों की बेहतरी के लिए सरकारी कमीशनों, विभागों और बोर्डो में सुन्नी मुसलमानों की नियुक्ति करने, वक्फ बोर्ड में वहाबियों के चयन पर पाबंदी और वक्फ जायदारों से अवैध कब्जे खत्म करके सूफी सुन्नी मुसलमानों को सौंपे जानें, मुस्लिम रिजर्वेशन रंगानाथ मिश्रा कमीशन के आधार पर दिए जाने, सलमान रुश्दी को भारत आने से रोके जाने और देश भक्ति और अमन के बढ़ावे के लिए सूफी सुन्नी विचारधारा को प्रोत्साहन देने और वहाबी विचारधारा पर पाबंदी लगायी जाने की बात कही। बैठक में राष्ट्रीय सदस्य मौलाना अब्दुल जलील निजामी, राष्ट्रीय महासचिव शाहनवाज वारसी, राष्ट्रीय सदस्य मुहम्मद इमरान रजा, मुहम्मद इरशाद, अनीस शीराजी, मुहम्मद यासिर आदि मौजूद रहे।
Hujjut-ul Islam Imam al Ghazali (radi Allahu anh) wrote the Incoherence of the philosophers during a time of great confusion, where Muslims were presented with conflicting versions of Islam. I won’t go into too much detail regarding that period in history, but just want to mention parallels between his time and ours. Imam al Ghazali (radi Allahu anh) articulately, and successfully, defended the articles of faith against a tide of philosophical thinking that was based on incorrect and unscrupulous sets of thinking. Today, we have two camps who are challenging the orthodox traditions.
First are the liberals, who tend to avoid or shun certain religious practices and beliefs that do not fit within their pre-conceptualised secularist mindset. They support the western versions democracy, freedom, equality, etc.
Secondly, we have the Salafis/fundamentalists. They see everything in black and white. To them there is no compromise; no areas of discussion; no grey area. They do not tolerate much that does not fit within their framework of thought.
I want to ask these people a question. What do you make of this video?
If you do not feel sick after watching this, then shame on you. How much are we willing to sacrifice for so called freedom and democracy? What sort of Muslim, forget that; what sort of human being vandalises the grave of a deceased?
Go ahead and have your party. But remember, reality dictates that awareness of injustice is fruitless without sound grounding. Without the real understanding and application of Islam, nothing truly tangible will be achieved.
As a brother on a forum said, “some people ask why Sunnis cannot make peace and truce with Salafis…. here in this simple video is your answer”.
If you want to see real politics, then have a read of the this. We are nowhere near the standard of Sayyiduna Umar bin Abdul Aziz (radi Allahu anh).
New Delhi.14th Dec 2011
Alhamdulillah four Ahle Sunnah Scholars of India have been mentioned in the list of most influential Muslims of the world 2011 by Georgetown University.
Hazrat Akhtar Raza Khan Azhari Mian Qaudri have been ranked top most in India and 28th in the World where as Hazrat Syed Ameen Mian Qaudri, Shekh Aboobacker Ahmed and Allama Qamaruzzaman Khan Azmi have been mentioned with honour in the list.
Hazrat Mufti Akhtar Raza Khan is Supreme Mufti of India and is known as Janasheen of Hazrat Mustafa Raza Khan Mufti-e-Azam. He is founder and patron of numerous educational and religious organization and educational institutions remarkable among them is JamiaturRaza College, situated at Bareilly Shareef,U.P. Famous for his piousness and Jurisprudence he is one of the greatest person alive in the Sunni world. He has millions of followers around the world known as Azhari Qaudri .
Professor Sayid Ameen Mian Qaudri is leader of the Indian
Sunnis and a sajjada nashin, or Sufi disciple of the Barkatiya
Sufi tradition which stems from the Qadiriyyah tradition
of eminent Sufi master, ‘Abd al Qadir al Jilani (1077-1166 CE).
Counters Violence with Social Engagement A missionary movement, the Sunnis of the South Asian subcontinent have spread their message within the region and also among diaspora communities in Europe, North America, and South Africa.
Leader of Important Sufi Movement Qaudri is professor of Urdu language at India’s esteemed Aligarh Muslim University and also patron of several religious and social organizations prominent among them is Jamia Al Barkaat University at Aligarh and MSO of India, students and Youth body of Sunnis.
Another Sunni Leader Sheikh Aboobacker Ahmad of Sunni Markaz Kerala has also been mentioned with Honour for his contribution in changing the life of South Indian Muslims.
He is the leader of one of the traditionalist Sunni Muslims in Kerala state, India and is one of the most famous Muslim personalities in Kerala. Kanthapuram A. P. Aboobacker Musalyar is known for his expediency, which was not known among the Muslim scholars of Kerala. He is presently the General Secretary of All-India Sunni Jamiyyathul Ulama, the organisation Muslim scholars and clerics under A. P. Sunnis and Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulama (Kanthapuram). Kanthapuram A. P. Aboobacker Musalyar is also the General Secretary and Principal of Karanthur Markaz, a charitable and educational institution in Karanthur, Calicut, Kerala. He was appointed as a member of the NAC for the implementation of the RTÉ act in 2010.
His Eminence Huzoor Muffakir-e-Islam Hazrat Allama Maulana Qamaruzzaman Azmiis the Khalifa of His Holiness Mufti-e-Azam Hazrat Maulana Mustafa Raza Khan, the holy son of Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Qadri Barelwi (May Allah shower his mercy upon them) as well as Sarkar-e-Kalaa’n Hazrat Maulana Sayyid Mohammed Mukhtar Ashraf, Sajjada Nasheen of Kichow-Chah Shareef (May Allah shower his mercy upon him).General secretary of World Islamic Mission, Allama is most famous Sunni speaker in the world and is followed by millions of his followers in different countries.
His Eminence’s selfless missionary life spans nearly fifty-years. During this period, as the articles on this website highlight, he has helped to build many organisations and institutions all over the world such Mosques, colleges and universities in America, Canada, Holland, Germany, Norway, Belgium and India. Each institution is helping to make a difference to hundreds of lives throughout the world. For example, Al-Jamiatul Islamia in Raunahi alone saw four hundred Ulemas graduate in 2011. He has also been presented with hundreds of awards and certificates of appreciations including the recent Mufti-e-Azam Gold Medal Award by the famous Raza Academy in Mumbai where a collection of articles by scholars and key figures from the world on his selfless life and contributions were published in the book Tajal-liyat-e-Qamar.
All India Ulema and Mashaikh Board an apex body of Indian Sunni Sufi Muslims along with Muslim Students Organization of India MSO have congratulated Sunni world for this achievement and have expressed their pleasure.
Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, and peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, the Seal of the Prophets and Chief of the Messengers, and upon all his family and companions.
Allah’s sacred month of Muharram is a blessed and important month. It is the first month of the Hijri calendar and is one of the four sacred months concerning which Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“Verily, the number of months with Allah is twelve months (in a year), so it was ordained by Allah on the Day when He created the heavens and the earth; of them, four are sacred. That is the right religion, so wrong not yourselves therein … “ [Al-Qur’an 9:36]
Abu Bakrah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that the Prophet, peace be upon him, said:
“The year is twelve months of which four are sacred, the three consecutive months of Dhu’l-Qa’dah, Dhu’l-Hijjah and Muharram, and Rajab Mudar which comes between Jumada and Sha’ban.” [Reported by al-Bukhari, 2958]
Muharram is so called because it is a sacred (muharram) month and to confirm its sanctity.
Allah’s words: “… so wrong not yourselves therein … “ mean do not wrong yourselves in these sacred months, because sin in these months is worse than in other months. It was reported that Ibn ‘Abbas said that this phrase referred to all the months, then these four were singled out and made sacred, so that sin in these months is more serious and good deeds bring a greater reward.
Qutadah said concerning this phrase that wrongdoing during the sacred months is more serious and more sinful that wrongdoing at any other time. Wrongdoing at any time is a serious matter, but Allah gives more weight to whichever of His commands He will. Allah has chosen certain ones of His creation. He has chosen from among the angels Messengers and from among mankind Messengers. He chose from among speech the remembrance of Him (dhikr). He chose from among the earth the mosques, from among the months Ramadhan and the sacred months, from among the days Friday and from among the nights Laylat al-Qadr, so venerate that which Allah has told us to venerate. People of understanding and wisdom venerate the things that Allah has told us to venerate. [Summarized from the Tafsir of Ibn Kathir, may Allah have mercy on him.]
THE VIRTUE OF OBSERVING MORE NAFIL FASTS DURING MUHARRAM
Abu Hurayrah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, said:
“The best fasting after Ramadhan is fasting Allah’s month of Muharram.” [Reported by Muslim, 1982]
The phrase “Allah’s month”, connecting the name of the month to the name of Allah in a genitive grammatical structure, signifies the importance of the month. Al-Qari said:
“The apparent meaning is all of the month of Muharram.”
But it was proven that the Prophet, peace be upon him, never fasted any whole month apart from Ramadhan, so this hadith is probably meant to encourage increasing one’s fasting during Muharram, without meaning that one should fast for the entire month.
It was reported that the Prophet, peace be upon him, used to fast more in Sha’ban. It is likely that the virtue of Muharram was not revealed to him until the end of his life, before he was able to fast during this month. [Sharh an-Nawawi ‘ala Sahih Muslim]
ALLAH CHOOSES WHATEVER TIMES AND PLACES HE WILLS
Al-‘Izz ibn ‘Abdus-Salam, may Allah have mercy on him, said:
“Times and places may be given preferred status in two ways, either temporal or spiritual. With regard to the latter, this is because Allah bestows His generosity on His slaves at those times or in those places, by giving a greater reward for deeds done, such as giving a greater reward for fasting in Ramadhan than for fasting at all other times, and also on the day of ‘Ashura, the virtue of which is due to Allah’s generosity and kindness towards His slaves on that day … ” [Qawa’id al-Ahkam, 1/38]
‘ASHURA IN HISTORY
Ibn ‘Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, reported that the Prophet, peace be upon him, came to Madinah and saw the Jews fasting on the day of ‘Ashura. He asked:
“What is this?”
They said: “This is a righteous day, it is the day when Allah saved the Children of Israel from their enemies, so Musa fasted on this day.” He said:
“We have more right to Musa than you,” so he fasted on that day and commanded [the Muslims] to fast on that day. [Reported by al-Bukhari, 1865]
“This is a righteous day” – in a report narrated by Muslim, [the Jews said:] “This is a great day, on which Allah saved Musa and his people, and drowned Pharaoh and his people.”
“Musa fasted on this day” – a report narrated by Muslim adds: ” … in thanksgiving to Allah, so we fast on this day.”
According to a report narrated by al-Bukhari: ” … so we fast on this day to venerate it.”
A version narrated by Imam Ahmad adds: “This is the day on which the Ark settled on Mount Judi, so Nuh fasted this day in thanksgiving.”
” … and commanded [the Muslims] to fast on that day” – according to another report also narrated by al-Bukhari, he said to his Companions:
“You have more right to Musa than they do, so fast on that day.”
The practice of fasting on ‘Ashura was known even in the days of Jahiliyyah, before the Prophet’s mission. It was reported that ‘Aishah, may Allah be pleased with her, said:
“The people of Jahiliyyah used to fast on that day … “
“Perhaps the Quraysh used to fast on that day on the basis of some past law, such as that of Ibrahim, upon whom be peace.”
It was also reported that the Prophet, peace be upon him, used to fast on ‘Ashura in Makkah, before he migrated to Madinah. When he migrated to Madinah, he found the Jews celebrating this day, so he asked them why, and they replied as described in the hadith quoted above. He commanded the Muslims to be different from the Jews, who took it as a festival, as was reported in the hadith of Abu Musa, may Allah be pleased with him, who said:
“The Jews used to take the day of ‘Ashura as a festival [according to a report narrated by Muslim: the day of ‘Ashura was venerated by the Jews, who took it as a festival. According to another report also narrated by Muslim: the people of Khaybar (the Jews) used to take it as a festival and their women would wear their jewellery and symbols on that day]. The Prophet, peace be upon him, said:
‘So you [Muslims] should fast on that day.’ ” [Reported by al-Bukhari]
Apparently the motive for commanding the Muslims to fast on this day was the desire to be different from the Jews, so that the Muslims would fast when the Jews did not, because people do not fast on a day of celebration. [Summarized from the words of al-Hafidh Ibn Hajar,may Allah have mercy on him, in Fath al-Bari)
Fasting on ‘Ashura was a gradual step in the process of introducing fasting as a prescribed obligation in Islam. Fasting appeared in three forms. When the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, came to Madinah, he told the Muslims to fast on three days of every month and on the day of ‘Ashura, then Allah made fasting obligatory when He said (interpretation of the meaning):
” … observing the fasting is prescribed for you … “ [Al-Qur’an 2:183] [Ahkam al-Qur’an by al-Jassas, Part 1]
The obligation was transferred from the fast of ‘Ashura to the fast of Ramadhan, and this one of the proofs in the field of Usul ul-Fiqh that it is possible to abrogate a lighter duty in favour of a heavier duty.
Before the obligation of fasting ‘Ashura was abrogated, fasting on this day was obligatory, as can be seen from the clear command to observe this fast. Then it was further confirmed later on, then reaffirmed by making it a general command addressed to everybody, and once again by instructing mothers not to breastfeed their infants during this fast. It was reported from Ibn Mas’ud that when fasting Ramadhan was made obligatory, the obligation to fast ‘Ashura was lifted, i.e., it was no longer obligatory to fast on this day, but it is still desirable (mustahabb).
THE VIRTUES OF FASTING ‘ASHURA
Ibn ‘Abbas, may Allah be pleased with them both, said:
“I never saw the Messenger of Allah, upon whom be peace, so keen to fast any day and give it priority over any other than this day, the day of ‘Ashura, and this month, meaning Ramadhan.” [Reported by al-Bukhari, 1867]
The meaning of his being keen was that he intended to fast on that day in the hope of earning the reward for doing so.
The Prophet, peace be upon him, said:
“For fasting the day of ‘Ashura, I hope that Allah will accept it as expiation for the year that went before.” [Reported by Muslim, 1976]
This is from the bounty of Allah towards us: for fasting one day He gives us expiation for the sins of a whole year. Indeed Allah is the Owner of Great Bounty.
WHICH DAY IS ‘ASHURA?
An-Nawawi, may Allah have mercy on him, said:
“‘Ashura and Tasu’a are two elongated names [the vowels are elongated] as is stated in books on the Arabic language. Our companions said: ‘Ashura is the tenth day of Muharram and Tasu’a is the ninth day. This is our opinion, and that of the majority of scholars. This is the apparent meaning of the ahadith and is what we understand from the general wording. It is also what is usually understood by scholars of the language.” [Al-Majmu’]
‘Ashura is an Islamic name that was not known at the time of Jahiliyyah. [Kashshaf al-Qina’, Part 2: Sawm Muharram]
Ibn Qudamah, may Allah have mercy on him, said:
“‘Ashura is the tenth day of Muharram. This is the opinion of Sa’id ibn al-Musayyib and al-Hasan. It was what was reported by Ibn ‘Abbas, who said: ‘The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, commanded us to fast ‘Ashura, the tenth day of Muharram.’ [Reported by al-Tirmidhi, who graded it a sahih hasan hadith] It was reported that Ibn ‘Abbas said: ‘The ninth,’ and reported that the Prophet, peace be upon him, used to fast the ninth. [Reported by Muslim] ‘Ata reported that he said, ‘Fast the ninth and the tenth, and do not be like the Jews.’ If this is understood, we can say on this basis that it is mustahabb (encouraged) to fast on the ninth and the tenth, for that reason. This is what Ahmad said, and it is the opinion of Ishaq.”
IT IS MUSTAHABB (ENCOURAGED) TO FAST TASU’A WITH ‘ASHURA
‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas, may Allah be pleased with them both, said:
“When the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, fasted on ‘Ashura and commanded the Muslims to fast as well, they said, ‘O Messenger of Allah, it is a day that is venerated by the Jews and Christians.’ The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, said:
‘If I live to see the next year, insha’Allah, we will fast on the ninth day too.’
But it so happened that the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, passed away before the next year came.” [Reported by Muslim, 1916]
Ash-Shafi’i and his companions, Ahmad, Ishaq and others said:
“It is mustahabb to fast on both the ninth and tenth days, because the Prophet, peace be upon him, fasted on the tenth, and intended to fast on the ninth.”
On this basis it may be said that there are varying degrees of fasting ‘Ashura, the least of which is to fast only on the tenth and the best of which is to fast the ninth as well. The more one fasts in Muharram, the better it is.
THE REASON WHY IT IS MUSTAHABB TO FAST ON TASU’A
An-Nawawi, may Allah have mercy on him, said:
“The scholars – our companions and others – mentioned several reasons why it is mustahabb to fast on Tasu’a:
– the intention behind it is to be different from the Jews, who only venerate the tenth day. This opinion was reported from Ibn ‘Abbas …
– the intention is to add another day’s fast to ‘Ashura. This is akin to the prohibition on fasting a Friday by itself, as was mentioned by al-Khattabi and others.
– To be on the safe side and make sure that one fasts on the tenth, in case there is some error in sighting the crescent moon at the beginning of Muharram and the ninth is in fact the tenth.”
Ibn Hajar, may Allah be pleased with him, said in his commentary on this hadith:
“What he meant by fasting on the ninth day was probably not that he would limit himself to that day, but would add it to the tenth, either to be on the safe side or to be different from the Jews and Christians, which is more likely. This is also what we can understand from some of the reports narrated by Muslim.” [Fath, 4/245]
RULING ON FASTING ONLY ON THE DAY OF ‘ASHURA
In Tuhfat al-Muhtaj by Ibn Hajar al-Haytami, it says:
“There is nothing wrong with fasting only on ‘Ashura.”
FASTING ON ‘ASHURA EVEN IF IT IS A SATURDAY OR A FRIDAY
At-Tahawi, may Allah have mercy on him, said:
“The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, allowed us to fast on ‘Ashura and urged us to do so. He did not say that if it falls on a Saturday we should not fast. This is evidence that all days of the week are included in this. In our view – and Allah knows best – it could be the case that even if this is true (that it is not allowed to fast on Saturdays), it is so that we do not venerate this day and refrain from food, drink and intercourse, as the Jews do. As for the one who fasts on a Saturday without intending to venerate it, and does not do so because the Jews regard it as blessed, then this is not makruh … ” [Mushkil al-Athar]
The author of Al-Minhaj said:
“‘It is disliked (makruh) to fast on a Friday alone … ‘ But it is no longer makruh if you add another day to it, as mentioned in thesahih report to that effect. A person may fast on a Friday if it coincides with his habitual fast, or he is fasting in fulfilment of a vow, or he is making up an obligatory fast that he has missed, as was stated in a sahih report.”
Al-Sharih said in Tuhfat al-Muhtaj:
“‘If it coincides with his habitual fast’ – i.e., such as if he fasts alternate days, and a day that he fasts happens to be a Friday. ‘If he is fasting in fulfilment of a vow, etc.’ – this also applies to fasting on days prescribed in Shari’ah, such as ‘Ashura or ‘Arafah.”
Al-Bahuti, may Allah have mercy on him, said:
“It is makruh to deliberately single out a Saturday for fasting, because of the hadith of ‘Abdullah ibn Bishr, who reported from his sister: ‘Do not fast on Saturdays except in the case of obligatory fasts’ [Reported by Ahmad with a jayyid isnad and by al-Hakim, who said it was according to the conditions of al-Bukhari], and because it is a day that is venerated by the Jews, so singling it out for fasting means being like them … except when a Friday or Saturday coincides with a day when Muslims habitually fast, such as when it coincides with the day of ‘Arafah or the day of ‘Ashura, and a person has the habit of fasting on these days, in which case it is not makruh, because a person’s habit carries some weight.” [Kashshaf al-Qina’]
WHAT SHOULD BE DONE IF THERE IS CONFUSION ABOUT THE BEGINNING OF THE MONTH?
“If there is confusion about the beginning of the month, one should fast for three days, to be sure of fasting on the ninth and tenth days.” (Al-Mughni of Ibn Qudamah]
If a person does not know when Muharram began, and he wants to be sure of fasting on the tenth, he should assume that Dhul-Hijjah was thirty days – as is the usual rule – and should fast on the ninth and tenth. Whoever wants to be sure of fasting the ninth as well should fast the eight, ninth and tenth (then if Dhul-Hijjah was twenty-nine days, he can be sure of having fasted Tasu’a and ‘Ashura).
But given that fasting on ‘Ashura is mustahabb rather than wajib, people are not commanded to look for the crescent of the new moon of Muharram as they are to do in the case of Ramadhan and Shawwal.
FASTING ‘ASHURA – FOR WHAT DOES IT OFFER EXPIATION?
Imam an-Nawawi, may Allah have mercy on him, said:
“It expiates for all minor sins, i.e., it brings forgiveness of all sins except major sins.”
Then he said:
“Fasting the day of ‘Arafah expiates for two years, and the day of ‘Ashura expiates for one year. If when a person says ‘amin‘ it coincides with the ‘amin‘ of the angels, he will be forgiven all his previous sins … Each one of the things that we have mentioned will bring expiation. If there are minor sins for which expiation is needed, expiation for them will be accepted; if there are no minor sins or major sins, good deeds will be added to his account and he will be raised in status… If he had committed major sins but no minor sins, we hope that his major sins will be reduced.” (Al-Majmu’ Sharh al-Muhadhdhab]
New Delhi 19th Sep 2011
A very grand and beautiful Convention was organised by Khanqah-e-Qadariya Badaun Shareef along with Monthly Jam-e-Noor with the Cooperation of Jamia Millia Islamia at Ansari Auditorium to observe the 150 death Annivarsary of Freedom Fighter of 1857 Hazrat Allama Fazle Haq Khairabadi on 18th Sep 2011.Allama was the one who issued Fatwa of Jihad against Britishers and got the Life Imprisonment during the first War of Indian Independence.He passedaway at the Jail of Rangoon .it should be rembered that during 1857 majority of warriors who fought againt the foreign occupiers were the Muslim Scholars who received the death Sentence by the hand of cruel Kangaroo courts with out trial.
another significant point is that Allama Fazle Haq also Issued Fatwa against the fitnah of Wahabism at that time. His leadership proved vital and Muslims fought againt both at various front.
Allama Yaseen Akhtar Misbahi of Darul Qalam New delhi has started a Campaign all over the country to commemorate this year in the memory of Allama Fazle Haq Khairabadi. In this series some conferences have been organised at Lucknow, Hyderabad, Punjab etc and literature has been distributed.
Rate this article
16 -Feb 2010 Jaipur
MSO national President Syed Muhammad Qaudri said that Milad is the Symbol of Global Islamic Unity and Muslims must show their Unity by Participating in this Event by following all the Islamic limitations prescribed by Shariat.He said that Children used to sing Naat and show Happiness before the Prophet Muhammad salallahoalaihiwassalam and he allowed it.He told his companions by Observing fast on this day that ”On this day he was born”. Milad MiladunNabi salallahoalaihiwassalam is Celebrated in all parts of the world with same enthusiasm like it is observed in India .It is Public holiday in 54 Countries of the world.On this Issue whole Ummah has Ijma (Consensus of Opinion) .Allah has favoured us by sending HIS beloved messenger between us .He has also commanded us to be thankful on His favor so Muslim must be thankful towards Allah.
MSO organized MiladunNabi salallahoalaihiwassalam in many parts of the country took parts in Julus e Muhammadi like in New Delhi Okhla,shastri Park,Sangam vihar,Jamia Millia Islamia and Hamdard University and in many districts of Rajasthan specially in Ajmer, Udaipur ,Kota ,Jaipur.
In U.P Bareilly,Sambhal,Saraitareen,Pilibheet,Rampur,Neoria,Aligarh Muslim University,City Aligarh, Bahraich,Allahabad,Ghaziabaad,Kanpur,Kesar Ganj (UP)In kerala Calicut city, in Bengal city of Calcutta ,Murshidabad,west Dinajpur, Indore of M.P and in Banglore City.
MSO also distributed fruits in the various Hospitals.
To all readers.
May Allah Forgive our All sins and have Mercy on us In the Shake of his Beloved Prophet Muhammad sal lal la hu alehi wasalaam and In the Shake of his Beloved Prophet Zabiullah Ismae’l Alehi salaam and In the Shake of hisBeloved Prophet Khalilulah Ibrahim alehi salaam .
JAKARTA: Almost 200 people died on Indonesia’s roads this week as almost 30 million people headed home to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, police said Saturday.
Over 27 million people are expected to be on the move as cities and towns emptied in this year’s exodus marking the completion of the fasting month of Ramadan in the world’s most populous Muslim nation.
‘184 people have been killed on the roads in the past six days from 466 road accidents,’ national police spokesman Nanan Soekarna said. Around 650 people were injured, he added.
‘We urge travellers to truly maintain safety on the road,’ Soekarna said.
At least 548 people were killed, most of them packed onto motorcycles, on Indonesian roads during last year’s exodus.
Indonesians will celebrate the Eid holiday on either Sunday or Monday, depending on the sighting of the new moon. —AFP