Muslim Youth Leader Ship : the need of the hour

24 Jan

By Admin

In this age of Increasing Immorality, Cultural decadence, lack of spirituality and infiltration into Islam by corrupt sects each one claiming to be a beacon of salvation, the MSO is calling upon Muslim Youths to rise to the true glory and splendor of Islam  by following the pure and pristine teachings of the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jama’at, the majority group that will achieve Salvation.

The paid mercenary Innovators, Propagators of corrupt sects have created various misconceptions about the beliefs and practices of Ahl Sunnat Wal Jamaa’t.These Peoples are vehemently Propagating against Conformists, Particularly against the Followers of Imam Abu hanifa. They are strictly against Duroodo salam and paying tributes of love to Prophet of Islam (Sallalahoalaihi Wassalam). They oppose  to celebrate the birthday of Holy prophet(Sallalahoalaihi Wassalam) or  birth of any pious one but it is strange that they celebrate their own special days in their own crooked and funny manner. They don’t have faith in the power of intercession of the near and dear ones Of Allah. They deny the authority of Prophet(Sallalahoalaihi Wassalam) on doing any good to anyone . Those who don’ accept these self styled connotation’s and innovations they are nick named as Mushrik and Biddati’s. As we all are aware of fundamental beliefs of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaa’t, we need to not  be influence by the false propaganda of these pseudo Islamist and pseudo Intellectuals.

                                                      We must know that a thumping Majority of Muslim Ummah has accepted Ahle Sunnat wal jama’t with sufism as Authentic Way of Islam. It is our responsibility to save our society from such wickedness and adopt the correct perspective of Islam based on the teachings of the Ahle Sunnat. We are fortunate enough to have very revered Sufi Islamic Scholar Hazrat Ameen Mian Qaudri Sb  and Shaikh Aboobacker Ahmed sb among us as our guiding source (May Allah Increase their age) .

Now What we Have to do is -to Remain Steadfast and Firm on our basic beliefs. -to Remain a Practicing Muslim by Setting examples for our younger generation. -to Excel in our Studies. -to Work for the Propagation of True Islam i.e Ahle Sunnat wal jamaa’t. – to fulfill Our duties towards Our Parents and Society. – to get active at political and social level regarding the Current and Important Issues which are directly affecting our Community and Society at large. -to guide the younger generation in the right direction. -to make aware the masses about the false Propaganda of Pseudo Islamists -to Help and Support our community members at crucial times. InshaAllah ,the day is not very far When We will Lead our Masses  by ourselves , InshAllah Ameen.

Historical Urs e Ala Hazrat concluded with speeches & Dua

30 Dec

Fresh News:-
बरेली। जहनों में हाजिरी की जस्तुजू और आला हजरत की मोहब्बत में धड़कते दिल लिए दीवाने चले आए। जिधर नजर उठाओ उधर से जायरीन के जत्थे आते दिखे। कुल की महफिल दोपहर में थी लेकिन उर्स स्थल इस्लामिया मैदान सुबह ही फुल हो गया। इसके बाद इस्लामिया के आसपास चारों तरफ भीड़ ही भीड़ नजर आई। जैसे ही दोपहर कुल की महफिल शुरू हुई, अकीदत का सैलाब जहां का तहां थम गया। शीरीनी पेश की और दुआओं के लिए दरबारे खुदावंदी में हाथ उठ गए

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The Sacred Knowledge of AlaHadrat Imam Ahmad Rida Khan al-Baraylawi (Alayhir Rahmah)

30 Dec

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The Great Imaam and Mujaddid, Sayyiduna AlaHadrat Imam Ahmad Rida al-Qadiri (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu) was only 4 years old when he completed the recitation of the Holy Qur’an. Due to the extraordinary intelligence bestowed upon him by Almighty ALLAH, AlaHadrat Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu completed his Islamic Education at the very young age of 13 years, 10 months and 5 days.

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The Illustrious Teachers of Imaam Ahmad Rida
 

AlaHadrat (Radi Allahu Anhu) gained his basic knowledge at home. He later continued his studies under the guidance of certain noted teachers. He studied under his father, Hadrat Allama Mawlana Naqi Ali Khan (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu). He completed his primary education by Janab Mirza Ghulam Qadir Baig, by whom he studied the book, “Mizaan-e-Munsha’ab.” AlaHadrat (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu) also studied under the guidance of the following luminous personalities:

 

1. Hadrat Mawlana Abdul Ali Rampuri (Radi Allahu Anhu)
2. Shaykh al-Kabeer, Hadrat Allama Syed Shah Abul Hussain Ahmad Noori (Radi Allahu Anhu)
3. Shaykh al-Tariqah, Hadrat Allama Shah Ale Rasool Mahrahrwi (Radi Allahu Anhu)
4. Shaykh Ahmad bin Zain Dahlaan al-Makki (Radi Allahu Anhu)
5. Shaykh Abdur Rahman Makki (Radi Allahu Anhu), and
6. Shaykh Hussain bin Saleh Makki (Radi Allahu Anhu)

 
AlaHadrat and the Ulama of Haramain


When AlaHadrat went to perform his first HAJJ and Zyarah on the 26th of Shawwal 1295 A.H. (1876). He was only 20 years old at that time. One day, after completing his Hajj, he went to perform his Maghrib Salaah before the Maqaam-e-Ibrahim (Alaihis Salam). Having completed his Salaah, the Imam of the Shafi’ee order of Makkatul Mukarramah, Allama Hussain bin Saleh Kamaal (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu), approached him. He clutched AlaHadrat (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu) by his hand and led him to his house. The great Imam then placed his hand on the blessed forehead of AlaHadrat (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu) and said:

 

“Verily, I am observing the Noor of Almighty Allah on this forehead.”


Without hesitation, he blessed AlaHadrat (Radi Allahu Anhu) with the Sanad (Certificate) of Sihah Sitta (Six Compilers of Hadith: Bukhari, Muslim, Ibn Majah, Abu Dawood, Tirmizi and Nisa’i). He also began addressing AlaHadrat (Radi Allahu Anhu) by the title of “Dia al-Din” or “The Light or Splendour of Deen.” The speciality of this Sanad is that it has only Eleven (11) levels to Imam Bukhari.

AlaHadrat (Radi Allahu Anhu) was also blessed with the Asnaad (Certificates) of Hadees o Fiqah, Usool o Tafseer and etc. from the Mufti of the Hanafi order in Makkatul Mukarramah, Sayyiduna Allama Abdur Rahmaan Siraaj Hanafi and Mufti of the Shafi’ee order in Makkatul Mukarramah, Mufti Shaykh Sayyad Ahmad Dahlaan Shafi’ee (Radi Allahu Anhuma).

When he went for his Second Hajj in 1323/1905, he stayed for three months in the Holy Land and constantly searched for anyone who had higher-ranking Sanad of Hadith then His Sanad of Hadith. He wanted to take it from him and elevate His existing Sanad of Hadith. But Alhamdulillah! His Sanad was the highest and everyone took Sanads from him. Shaykh Abd al-Rahmaan Dah’laan, the youngest son of Shaykh Ahmed Dah’laan and his elder brother, Shaykh Asad Dah’laan (Qaadi of Makkah at that time) both took Sanad of Hadith from him too. And Shaikh Saaleh Kamal, the most Knowledgable Scholar of Makkah at that time, though he was a senior Aalim, but he insisted in taking Sanad-e-Hadith and other Ijazah from AlaHadrat. AlaHadrat tried to evade this for a few days in respect but it was in vain. Shaikh Saaleh Kamal constantly insisted and forced AlaHadrat to issue them to him.


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The Ulama of Arab who praised Imam Ahmad Rida


Following is the list of some of the Giants and Celebrated ‘Ulama and Imams of the Arab World who highly praised Imam Ahmad Rida and acknowledged his books and teaching as strictly in accordance to the Shariah and the tenants of the Ahlus-Sunnah wa Jama‘ah:

 

1. Shaykh Muhammad Sa’eed bin Muhammad Salam Ba Busail
2. Shaykh Ahmad bin Abdullah Abu al Khair Mirdad
3. Shaykh Muhammad Saleh bin Sadiq Kamal
4. Shaykh ‘Ali bin Sadiq Kamal
5. Maulana Shah Muhammad Abdul Haq Alahabadi Muhajar Makki
6. Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad Marzooqi Abu-Hussain bin Abdur Rehman Hussaini
7. Shaykh Umer bin abuBakr ba Junaid
8. Shaykh Muhammad ‘Abid bin Husain Maliki
9. Shaykh Muhammad ‘Ali bin Hussain Maliki
10. Shaykh Muhammad Jamal bin Muhammad Amir bin Hussain Maliki
11. Shaykh As’ad bin Ahmad Dahlaan
12. Shaykh Abdur Rehman bin Ahmad Dahlaan
13. Maulana Ahmad bin Muhammad Ziaudin Bengali Qadri Chishti
14. Shaykh Muhammad bin Yusaf Khiat
15. Shaykh Muhammad Saleh bin Muhammad ba Fazl
16. Shaykh Abdulkarim bin Hamza Daghastani Hashmi Naji
17. Shaykh Muhammad Sa’id bin Muhammad Yamani
18. Shaykh Muhammad Hamid bin Ahmad bin ‘Auz Jadawi
19. Shaykh Uthman bin Abdus Salam Daghastani
20. Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad Sa’eed bin Muhammad Maghrabi
21. Shaykh Muhammad bin Ahmad Umeri Wasti
22. Shaykh Sayyid Abbas bin Muhammad Ridwan
23. Shaykh Umer bin Hamdan Mahrasi
24. Shaykh Sayyid Ahmad bin Isma‘il Barzanji
25. Shaykh Abdul Qadir Taufiq Shalabi
26. Shaykh Sayyid Isma‘il bin Khalil
27. Shaykh Muhammad Yusuf Afghani
28. Shaykh Muhammad Tajuddin bin Mustafa Ilyas
29. Shaykh Sayyid Ahmad al Jazairi
30. Shaykh Khalil bin Ibrahim Kharbuti
31. Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad bin Muhammad Habib Didawi
32. Shaykh Muhammad bin Muhammad Sosi Khiari
33. Shaykh Muhammad Uzayr Wazir [Alaihim ar-raHma wa ar-Ridwan]

 
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Branches of Knowledge
 

Imam Ahmad Rida studied under various teachers but with personal study, he perfected himself in more than 54 different disciplines of knowledge. The following 21 branches of Knowledge he learnt from his father:-

 

1. Ilm-al-Quran (Knowledge of the Quran)
2. Ilm-al-Hadith (Knowledge of Traditions)
3. Usul-e-Hadith (Principle of Traditions)
4. Fiqh-e-Hanafi (Hanfi Jurisprudence)
5. Kutub-e-Fiqh Jumla (All Books of Jurisprudence)
6. Usul-e-Fiqh (Principle of Jurisprudence)
7. Jadl-e-Muhazab.
8. Ilm-e-Tafseer (Knowledge of Exegesis of the Holy Quran)
9. Ilm-al Kalam (Scholastic theology)
10. Ilm-e-Nahav (Syntax)
11. Ilm-e-Sarf (Grammar, Accidence and Etymology)
12. Ilm-e-Maani (Elocution)
13. Ilm-e-Badi (Style)
14. Ilm-e-Bayan (Rhetoric)
15. Ilm-e-Mantique (Logic)
16. Ilm-e-Munazara (Dialectic)
17. Ilm-e-Takseer (Carrying figures)
18. Ilm-e-Falsafa (Philosophy)
19. Ilm-e-Hay’at (Astronomy)
20. Ilm-e-Hisab (Arithmetic)
21. Ilm-e-Hindasa (Geometry)

Following are the 10 disciplines of knowledge, which AlaHadrat haven’t studied under any teacher but he had the Ijazat in these from discerning Ulama and He use to give Ijaza in these disciplines too.

 

22. Qirat (Recitation of the Quran)
23. Tajwid (Knowledge of Right pronunciation of the Quran.
24. Tasauwuf (Mysticism)
25. Suluk (Knowledge of manner in mystic)
26. Akhlaque (Ethics)
27. Asma-ul-Rajaal (Encyclopaedia of Narrators of Traditions)
28. Siyar (Biography)
29. Tawarikh (Chronology)
30. Loghat (Lexicon)
31. Adab-Ma-Jumla Funoon (Literature with all Arts)

Following are the 14 disciplines of Knowledge that Imam Ahmad Rida haven’t learnt by any teachers:-

 

32. Arsamatiqi (Arithmetic)
33. Jabr-o-Muqabilah (Algebra)
34. Ilm-e-Tauqeet (Timings)
35. Logharsimat (Logarithms)
36. Hisab-e-Satini
37. Manazir-o-Maraya (sense & sight)
38. Ilm-ul-Ukur (spheres)
39. Zijaat (Astronomical tables)
40. Muthallath Kurvi (Spherical Trigonometry)
41. Muthallath Musattah (Plane Trigonometry)
42. Haiyate Jadeedah (Modern Astronomy)
43. Jafr (Numerology & literology)
44. Murabba’at (Quadrangular)
45. Za’icha (Horoscopes)

 

Following are the 10 branches of learning that he has received by the Heavenly Blessing inspired directly into his heart:

 

46. Nazm-e-Arabi (Arabic Poetry)
47. Nazm-e-Farsi (Persian Poetry)
48. Nazm-e-Hindi (Hindi Poetry)
49. Nathr-e-Urdu (Urdu Prose)
50. Nathre-Farsi (Persian Prose)
51. Nathre Arabi (Arabic Prose)
52. Khat-e-Naskh (Arabic Calligraphy)
53. Khat-e-Nastalique (Persian Calligraphy)
54. Tilawat ma’a Tajwid (Recitation of the Holy Quran with right pronunciation)
55. Ilm-e-Meeras (Knowledge of Inheritance)


Note:- Sayyidi AlaHadrat learnt Ilm-e-Takseer and Ilm-e-Jafr from Hadrat Abul Hussain Ahmed-e-Noori too but it was just to an extant not in depth as such.


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The branches of knowledge of Imam Ahmad Rida, are more than 60. Here they are arranged according to the syllabus of Jamias & Universities written as under :-

 

1. Jurisprudence
2. Principle of Jurisprudence.
3. Lexicon of jurisprudence
4. Hadith
5. Principle of Hadith
7. Encyclopaedia of Hadith
7. Critical examination of Hadith.
8. Exegesis
9. Principle of Exegesis.
10. Scholastic theology
11. Islameology
12. Recitation of the Quran with right pronunciation.
13. Knowledge of the Quran & art of its translation
14. Dialectic.
15. Syntax & Etymology
16. Rhetoric and style & elocution
17. Linguistic and lexicon
18. Phonetic
19. Urdu prose
20. Arabic Prose
21. Persian Prose
22. Arabic poetry
23. Persian Poetry
24. Urdu poetry
25. Hindi poetry.
26. Explanation, criticism & appreciation
27. Prosody
28. Mysticism
29. Metaphysics
30. Incantation & Invocation
31. Jafr (Literology & Numerology)
32. Carrying the figures (Takseer)
33. Ethics
34. Logic
35. Philosophy
36. Psychology
37. Chronology & Biography
38. Sociology
39. Economics
40. Education
41. Political Science
42. Commerce
43. Banking
44. Arithmetic & Computation
45. Algebra (Factorization, equation of any degree, exponential series, Binomial theorem, set theory, Topology, Tensorial algebra)
46. Plane Trigonometry Euclidean logarithms
47. Spherical Trigonometry.
48. Euclidean Geometry
49. Coordinate Geometry
50. Timings
51. Horoscopes
52. Astronomy & Astronomical Tables
53. Hisab e Satini
54. Statistics
55. Dynamics
56. Statics
57. Hydro Dynamics
58. Hydrostatics
59. Zoology
60. Botany
61. Geology
62. Geography
63. Horticultise
64. Unani (Greek) Medicine
65. Physiology
66. Inorganic Chemistry
67. Organic Chemistry
68. Physical Chemistry
69. Bio Chemistry etc.


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Courtesy:
Imam Ahmad Raza Academy
Durban, South Africa | www.raza.org.za

2013-14 Urs-e-Imam-e-Ahle Sunnat Ala Hazrat started in the Bareilly city of India

29 Dec

Bareilly :29th Dec 2013 
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The three day celebration of 95th world famous International Urs or death anniversary of Mujadid Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Qadri has begun in the city of western Utar Paredesh, Bareilly .The programme started previous night with Naat and Manqabat (Poetry in the praise of Holy prophet Hazrat Muhammad S.A.W and other pious personalities) with Lacs of followers including thousand of Islamic Scholars start arriving from various parts of the world.

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Ala Hazrat Urs 2013-14

Born on 14th June, 1856 in the Bareilly city ,the great scholar was given the reverential title of Ala Hazrt-the great wise man. Ahmed Raza Khan wrote on numerous topics, including law, religion, philosophy and the sciences. He was a prolific writer, producing nearly 1,000 works in his lifetime,writing almost on all issues and covering all matters ,he influenced the Muslim masses.He worked to protect the traditional Islam which is attached to Sufism in South Asia and was facing challenge from the changing atmosphere of Islamic world after the establishment Salafi-Wahabi government in the Saudi Arabia.

Ahmed Raza Khan translated the Quran into Urdu, which was first published in 1912 under the title of Kanz ul-Iman a most popular translation of the Holy Quran. One of the finest books written by him is Fatawa Radhvia. It comprises over 12000 pages in 12 volumes. It provides authoritative solutions to thousands of religious and secular problems faced by the Muslims in day-to-day life. All his disciples and followers spread his movement named as Ahle Sunnat Movement which has largest following estimated to up to 2/3 majority of all south Asian Muslims by various sources and institutions across south Asia including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan Nepal, Sri Lanka and in many African and European countries.

The movement is considered a peaceful movement keeping itself largely separated from extremist and terrorist organizations. Its indifferent attitude towards these organizations, their extremist ideologies have made followers of this movement itself victim of the extremist organizations. In Pakistan the movement has lost its major leaders most prominent among them are Mufti Sarafaraz Naeemi of Jamia Naeemia who had issued verdict against Tehreek-e-Taliban and Saleem Qadri ,leader of Sunni Tehreek who was working for the recapturing of Sunni Mosques. In India and many parts of the world movement has raised its strong voice against Terrorism and Extremism.

In this Urs or Death anniversary Chief Sunni Mufti Akhtar Rida Khan Qadri Azhari Mian and Custodian of Dargah Ala Hazrat Maulana Subhanraza Khan Subhani Mian will address the gathering of five lacs of Sunni Muslims of the country. Many prominent Islamic Scholars specially from Arab world and Europe have already reached in the city which is being decorated in a very beautiful manner.

A ‘chadar’ has been offered on Sunday at the Dargah Ala Hazrat Pradesh on behalf of Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi.Gandhi and Rahul presented the ‘chadar’ to be offered at the dargah to a delegation of Muslim clerics and Congress leaders who met the two here on Saturday. While Gandhi has been sending the ‘chadar’ every year, this was the first time that Rahul was also present when the Congress chief presented the ‘chadar’ to the delegation.

Main body of the Dargah which was established by the Ala Hazrat himself , All India Jamat-e-Raza-e-Mustafa has shown anger towards neglect and humiliation of riot victims. It is raising the demand of seedy justice and proper rehabilitation of Muzzafar Nagar riot victims , Passing of communal violence Bill and Muslim reservation, Taslima Nasreen issue.

Hindi and Urdu News papers have published special supplements to celebrate the Urs while many Muslim organizations and publication houses have put their camps and stalls in the ground of Islamia Inter college and on connecting roads .Special arrangements for Buses and Trains have been made by their respective departments. On the final day of the Urs on Monday huge gathering is expected in which various Muslim issues and problems will be discussed by custodian Subhan Raza Khan Subhani Mian. – See more at: http://www.msoofindia.net/2013/12/urs-e-ala-hazrat-imam-ahmed-raza-khan.html#sthash.efkqB2fn.dpuf

95 dead in Egypt on ‘day of rage’, Muslim Brotherhood calls for daily protests

17 Aug

CAIRO: Violent clashes broke out across Egypt when supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi staged a “day of rage” to protest against the killings of more than 638 by security forces on Wednesday. At least 95 people have reportedly been killed by armed men. TheMuslim Brotherhood has called on its supporters to stage daily protests.

Tens of thousands of people marched towards Ramses Square in downtown Cairo after the iconic Tahrir Square was cordoned off by the army. The pro-Morsi camp is defying the military-imposed state of emergency.

In Cairo, clashes broke out on the May 15 Bridge and the sound of gunfire could be heard coming from an area near the front of a large column of pro-Morsi supporters.

A man in civilian clothes with a gun was seen occasionally firing at pro-Morsi supporters as he walked with protesters on the bridge. Later, crowds of people appeared to be trapped on the bridge by occasional bursts of gunfire on one side and tear gas on the other. There were reports of people jumping from the nearby October 6 Bridge to the ground below to escape live bullets. The corniche that leads to Ramses Square saw a lot of violence.

Heavy machine-gun fire could also be heard ringing out periodically in other parts of central Cairo. An eyewitness said, “Armed men were shooting from helicopters and I lost my friend to the live firing. There were people also shooting the protestors from roof tops.”

When a military helicopter flew low over Ramses Square, protesters held up stones shouting, “We will bring Sisi to the ground” and “traitor”.

As the security forces began firing tear gas, protesters which including young and old, men and women, donned surgical masks, gas masks and wrapped bandannas around their faces. Some rubbed Pepsi on their faces to counter the gas.

“Allahu akbar!” the crowd chanted.

Egypt’s military has stepped up security around Cairo after at least 638 people were killed and nearly 4,000 injured on Wednesday when security forces cleared sit-in protests by supporters of deposed Islamist president Morsi.

Armoured personnel carriers and tanks could be seen at several places in central Cairo and the military announced it would deploy troops to guard “vital installations”.

The army deployed dozens of armoured vehicles and tanks on major roads around the capital after Morsi’s Brotherhood movement called for demonstrations. The interior ministry said police would use live ammunition against anyone threatening public buildings. The endowment ministry calls on powers to avoid using mosques in the struggle.

“In light of the Muslim Brotherhood’s targeting of some police and state institutions in several cities, the law permits policemen to use measures to secure the national and stop attacks on citizens and public and private property,” the ministry said on its Facebook page on Thursday.

The Muslim Brotherhood called for a nationwide march of millions on Friday to demonstrate anger over the deaths by security forces. The only mortuary in Cairo is struggling to record the number of deaths and bodies are lying outside on the streets waiting to be recorded.

A statement on the Muslim Brotherhood’s website said, “We call on the great Egyptian people to gather in all revolutionary squares on the Friday of rage.”

“The struggle to overthrow this illegitimate regime is an obligation, an Islamic, national, moral, and human obligation which we will not steer away from until justice and freedom prevail, and until repression is conquered,” it said.

It further said, “Our revolution is peaceful, and … violence is not our approach.”

Violence spread on Thursday, with government buildings set ablaze, policemen gunned down and scores of churches attacked. An angry crowd stormed the governor’s office in Giza, the city next to Cairo that is home to the pyramids. State TV blamed Morsi’s supporters for the arson and broadcast footage showing firefighters evacuating employees from the larger building of Giza’s government offices.

Emergency services also said eight protesters were killed in clashes in the Mediterranean town of Damietta, and four people died in the northeastern city of Ismailia. Violence was also reported in Egypt’s second largest city Alexandria and ten people have been reportedly killed there. The security forces also clashed with pro-Morsi supporters in the Nile Delta city of Tanta.

A Pakistani and Syrian national have been arrested in Azbakya police station in Cairo reported Egyptian state television. egypt

Saudi Government must reconstruct Jannatul Baqi cemetery in Madina :MSO of India

16 Aug

Saudi Government must reconstruct Jannatul Baqi :MSO

New Delhi: 16th Aug 2013.The 8th Shawwal is demolition day of Jannatul Baqi cemetery in Madina Shareef  Saudi Arabia which has caused continuous grief and pain the hearts of millions of Muslims all over the world irrespective of sects.The Saudi act of demolition of pious cemetery in which Holy companions and family members of Holy Prophet are buried is an act of high level of condemnation. Successive governments after Khilafate Rashida preserved them and protected them through out history.

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(1) All Islamic Heritage buildings destroyed by Saudi Royal Family should be restored to their pre 1900 position. Particularly, we want memorials of Jannatul Baqi in Madinah, and Jannatul Mu’alla in Makka without wasting any more time.

(2) Saudi authorities should publicly apologize to the Muslim world for the destruction of the Islamic Heritage and insults meted out to Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم), his family members and Sahabah, during their dynastic rule. The wrongs committed in the past should be apologized publicly and a new beginning made by restoring the Baqi and Mu’alla sanctuaries and other heritage buildings. They should initiate a master plan to restore all Islamic Heritage buildings that have been destroyed in Arabia.

(3) Killing of Muslims in several Muslim countries  specially in Egypt by Egyptian government should  be stopped immediately and Muslims’ life and property be protected in the whole world.

(4) Shia -Sunni sectarianism must not be encouraged and Saudi govt. through its Imams must  build an atmosphere of harmony and brotherhood in Muslim World. It must leave Anti-Iranian  and Pro U.S Policies.

(5)Saudi Mutawwa Police must not interfere in the prayers of Sunni-Shia piligrims at Holy Places in the name of Shirk and Biddah.They must understand traditional majority Muslims don’t follow their ideology of Salafism.

Shujaat Ali Quadri ,National Secretary , MSO of India

Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobara created controversy

15 Aug

Raza Academy files suit against Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobara

Mumbai: Raza Academy  today filed a criminal writ Petition/P.I.L  against ”Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobara” for its objectionable song with lyrics”Bismillah, Allahu, Rabb”.According to Muhammad Yusuf Bombay Wala secretary of Raza Academy ,the said song  insult their religious feelings ,its visuals and lyrics are highly objectionable and obscene.The words used in this vulgar song are highly respected words of Quran .No one has right to used them for insulting ones religion.We demanded from the court through this Petition to  give order to director to remove the song from the Film.Advocate Ejaz Naqvi told Sunnicity that Petition was presented in the Chmabers of  Justice SC Dharmadhikari and Justice Shukre  who ordered the case to listed on 16th Aug 2013.

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It may be noted that these types of Movies which causes hurt to religious feelings of various communities have became most common.The Film censor Board seems to plays a role of a formality and it does not look into the issues which are raised by communities later on.

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Independence day celebrated in India with fervor and Joy

15 Aug

 

MSO patron in Chief Prof Syed Muhammad Ameen Mian Qadri adressing students in Independence day celebrations in Al Barkat Institute at Aligarh.

MSO patron in Chief Prof Syed Muhammad Ameen Mian Qadri adressing students in Independence day celebrations in Al Barkat Institute at Aligarh.

enjoying Independence day celebrations at India gate

Muhammad Raees Idrisi ,Chairman of Idrisi National Foundation ,enjoying Independence day celebrations at India gate

 

 

Muslim Students in celebration

Muslim Student in celebration

 

A Muslim child

A Muslim child

 

inside lal qila

Inside Lal qila

 

Salafi Boko Haram Killed Muslims in Mosque

14 Aug

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Congregation and People of Tradition for Proselytism and Jihad[2] (Arabic: جماعة اهل السنة للدعوة والجهاد Jamā’a Ahl al-sunnah li-da’wa wa al-jihād), better known by its Hausa name Boko Haram (pronounced [bōːkòː hàrâm], “Western education is sinful“),[3] is an Islamicjihadist militant terrorist organisation based in the northeast of Nigeria[4] north Cameroon and Niger.[5][6][7][8] It is an Islamist movement which strongly opposes man-made laws and Westernization. Founded by Mohammed Yusuf in 2001,[9] the organisation seeks to establish sharia law in the country.[10][11] The group is also known for attacking Christians, bombing churches and attacking schools. They gunned down 44 people praying at a mosque in northeast Nigeria [12][13]

Islamic preacher Maitatsine partially inspired many of the senior radicals. The group seeks to “purify Islam” and is known for using motorbikes as its primary mode of travel.[14][15] The movement is divided into three factions. In 2011, Boko Haram was responsible for at least 450 killings in Nigeria.[10] It was also reported that they had been responsible for over 620 deaths over the first 6 months of 2012.[16]Since its founding in 2001, the jihadist terrorists have been responsible for roughly 10,000 deaths comprising mostly innocent people.[17][18]

One of its deadliest clashes was the sectarian violence in Nigeria in July 2009, which left over 1000 people dead.[19] They do not have a clear structure or evident chain of command.[20] Moreover, it is still a matter of debate whether Boko Haram has links to terror outfits outside Nigeria, and its fighters have frequently clashed with Nigeria’s central government.[10] A US commander stated that Boko Haram is likely linked to Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM),[21][22] although professor Paul Lubeck points out that no evidence is presented for any claims of material international support.[23]

The group has spawned an off-shoot known as Ansaru. The group exerts influence in the States of BornoAdamawaKadunaBauchi,Yobe and Kano. The United States Department of State offered a $7 million reward for Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau’s capture.[24]

On July 8th, 2013, the Home Office announced that Boko Haram would be banned from operating in the UK from the 12th July onwards.[25]

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Is Nigeria’s Boko Haram a Wahhabi group?

The founder of Boko Haram could be labeled a Wahhabi for his opposition to secular governance, Western education, and other Islamic interpretations – but so could other Wahhabis in the country.

By Alex Thurston, Guest blogger / June 9, 2011

Wahhabism is a word I hear a lot in reference to Islam in sub-Saharan Africa. The original word refers to a movement centered on the eighteenth century reformer Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahhab, who lived in present-day Saudi Arabia and whose descendants have helped dictate the interpretation of Islam that prevails in the Kingdom. There’s always been some level of exchange between Africa, including West Africa, and Arabia, but in the twentieth century there began to be talk about West African “Wahhabis” – that is, Muslims who allegedly emulated a “harsh, Arab Islam” and rejected “peaceful, tolerant, African Sufi Islam.”

  • The “Wahhabis” were often, indeed, reformers who criticized certain practices, like making protective amulets, as un-Islamic, but “Wahhabism” in West Africa has looked a lot different than its cousin in Arabia. The label, in West Africa, was also used far more by reformers’ opponents – French colonists and African Sufi leaders, for example – than by the reformers themselves. The label had the effect of blurring complexity then, and because it’s still in use today, it still does.

Boko Haram is an Islamic sect in northern Nigeria that rejects Western-style education, secular governance, the authority of the Nigerian state, and Islamic interpretations that run counter to its own teachings.Muhammad Yusuf, the group’s leader until his death in 2009, could potentially be labeled a “Wahhabi” – except that other “Wahhabis” in northern Nigeria rejected many of Yusuf’s ideas and were horrified by Boko Haram’s use of violence. The label “Wahhabism” can’t capture even the main thrusts of these debates.

These problems of terminology came to the fore yesterday, when news agencies reported Boko Haram’s assassination of a local cleric, Ibrahim Birkuti. “Radical Cleric Gunned Down in Nigeria,” one headline read. How was he radical? The article doesn’t say, except to tell us he was a “Wahhabi.” But read on:

Ibrahim Birkuti was shot by a motorcycle-riding gunman thought to be a member of Boko Haram sect outside his house in the town of Biu, 200km south of Maiduguri where the sect has carried out most of its attacks in recent months.

Birkuti, a Wahabbi cleric and an imam of a mosque in the town has been critical of Boko Haram ideology, especially its rejection of Western education and its resort to violence, his neighbours said.

The BBC does not label Birkuti a “radical,” but it does speak ominously of his membership in the “Saudi Arabian-inspired Wahabbi group, which has been gaining ground in the mainly Muslim north of Nigeria in recent years.” AP goes further:

Birkuti had been critical of Boko Haram’s violence and belonged to the Wahabbi group, a splinter faction of Sunni Muslims.

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Wahabbi members advocate for the implementation of Shariah law in Borno state through peaceful means.

The final sentence makes no sense on two counts: First, Borno State did adopt shari’a, in 2000. Second, many Muslims in Northern Nigeria advocated for the peaceful implementation of shari’a – we need another criterion, then, in order to say how and why “Wahhabis” are “a splinter faction of Sunni Muslims.” There are differences that set reformers like Birkuti apart from Sufis, other sects, and Nigeria’s many “non-aligned” Muslims, but the news agencies have not identified them satisfactorily. They have not even said what Birkuti and his group called themselves – and a good guess might be that Birkuti labeled himself simply a “Sunni” (another loaded term, in this context, but for different reasons). What then?

The salient points about Birkuti’s ideological/sectarian affiliation are, for me, Boko Haram’s continuing campaign of violence against rival clerics, and also the fact that many Muslims of different strands and different beliefs reject Boko Haram’s ideas and methods. The ferocity and the complexity of the theological debate in northern Nigeria is precisely what Boko Haram is trying to shut down in with a killing like this – it is too bad that the press also works, in a much different way, to obscure that same complexity.

– Alex Thurston is a PhD student studying Islam in Africa at Northwestern University and blogs atSahel Blog.

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Biddah in Islam

14 Aug

Bismillahir Rehmanir Raheem

Wa sharrul Umoori Muhdathaatuhaa, Wa kulla Bid’atin dhaialah, wa kulla dhalatin fin-naar” Al-Hadith (Sahih Muslim).  Translation of the above hadith: Every innovation is a misguidance and every misguidance goes to Hell fire.

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IMAM SHAFI’I EXPLAINATION OF THE ABOVE HADITH:

Kullu bida’tin daiala: “Every innovation is a misguidance”?  Doesn’t the term “every” include all innovations?” Such an objection stems from the misinterpretation of the term kull (“every”) in the hadith to be all-encompassing without exception, whereas in Arabic it may mean “Nearly all” or “the vast majority.” This is how al-Shafi’i understood it or else he would have never allowed for any innovation whatsoever to be considered good, and he is considered a hujja or “Proof,” that is, reference without peer for questions regarding the Arabic language.  The stylistic figure of meaning the part by the whole, or nechdoche in English is in Arabic: ‘abbara ‘an al-kathratf bi at-kulliyya. This is illustrated by the use of kull in the following verse 46:25 of the Quran in a selective or partial sense not a universal sense:

“Destroying all things by commandment of its Lord.  And morning found them so that naught could be seen save their dwellings”.  Thus the dwellings were not destroyed although “all” things had been destroyed.  “All” here means specifically the lives of the unbelievers of ‘Ad and their properties except their houses.

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ARE THERE GOOD OR BAD INNOVATIONS IN ISLAM?

Prophetic saying as stated in Sahih Muslim is known even to common Muslims, let alone scholars: “He who inaugurates a good practice (sanna fil-islam sunnatun hasana) in Islam earns the reward of it, and of all who perform it after him, without diminishing their own rewards in the least.  “Tirmizi, pg-92.

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Imam Nawawi said: In Sahih Muslim (6-21),

“The Prophet’s saying ‘every innovation’is a general-particular and it is a reference to most innovations.  The linguists say, ‘Innovation is any act done without a previous pattern, and it is of five different kinds.”‘ Imam Nawawi also said in Tahzeeb al Asma’wal Sifaat, “Innovation in religious law is to originate anything which did not exist during the time of the Prophet , and it is divided into good and bad.” He also said, “al-muhdathat (pi. for muhdatha) is to originate something that has no roots in religious law.  In the tradition of religious law it is called innovation, and if it has an origin within the religious law, then it is not innovation.  Innovation in religious law is disagreeable, unlike in the language where everything that has been originated without a previous pattern is called innovation regardless of whether it is good or bad.”

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Shaykh al-Islam lbn Hajar Al Asqalani,

the commentator on al-Bukhari, said, “Anything that did not exist during the Prophet’s time is called innovation, but some are good while others are not.”

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Abu Na’eem, narrated from Ibrahim al-Junaid, said,

“I heard Ash-Shafi’i saying, ‘Innovation is of two types: praiseworthy innovation and blameworthy innovation, and anything that disagrees with the Sunnah is blameworthy.”‘
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Imam al Bayhaqi narrated in Manaqib Ash-Shafi’i that he said,

“Innovations are of two types: that which contradicts the Quran, the Sunnah, or unanimous agreement of the Muslims is an innovation of deception, while a good innovation does not contradict any of these things.”

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IN CONCLUSION:

Clearly we can see from the opinions of the righteous scholars, that to define innovations in worship as wholly negative without exception is ignorant.  For these pious knowers, among them, Imam Shafi’i and Imam Nawawi, declared that innovations could be divided into good and bad, based on their compliance with, or deviance from religious law.  Can the latter day scholars of Islam (who came after I 1 00 years) claim that they understand the Quran and Hadith better than the Sahaba and the Salaf-Us-Saliheen?  If ‘every’innovation is a misguidance then the following too are all innovations which originated two centuries or more after Sahaba RA: Reading eight raka in Tarawih; Translations of Quran; Writing Tafseers; collection and classification of Ahaadith; Principles of Jurisprudence; The four schools of Fiqh, Stoned and carpeted Mosques, use of loud speakers in mosques etc.
Therefore anything that does not have roots originating to the Quran and Sunnah is considered a bad innovation.  But the following practices, such as recitation of the Quran in gatherings; Recital of Darud-Sharif (Salaat-o-Salaam) in gatherings and Mawlid (commemorating the birth and Seerah of the Holy Prophet Muhammed (Peace be Upon Him) has clear and authenticated roots to the Quran and Sunnah.  Where in Quran and Hadith all these gatherings are declared as haram or prohibited?  Proof of such acts is indicated as follows:

On Mawlid: “Abi Qatadat said that the Prophet was asked about fasting on Monday and he said ‘That was the day I was born.”‘ This hadith is a clear evidence of the importance of the commemoration of the Prophet’s e birthday through worship.  Al-Hafiz ibn Rajab al-Hanbali, in his book Lataif al-maarif (p. 98), in explaining this hadith of Muslim said, “it is good to fast on the days that Allah honored and favoured his servants.”

It is incumbent not only on Muslims but on all human beings to rejoice in his advent, the day of his birth.  As al-Hafiz ibn Rajab al-Hanbali said, “The best favour that Allah has granted this nation is the birth of Prophet Muhammad  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him) when he was sent to humanity.  ” We did not send you except as a mercy to the whole Universe’ (AlAnbiya’107. So we review and recall Allah’s favour of sending the Prophet by fasting on that day”. ‘Of the favour and mercy of Allah let them rejoice” (Yunus, 58).

Below is a divine order for all the believers to send Salutations on Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon HIM). Allah has said in the Quran- Allah and His angels sends blessings on the Prophet (Peace be upon HIM)”-. O’you believes! u too send aiutation on beloved Prophet (Peace be upon HIM)” (33:56)

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What does the Quran say about Dhiker in gatherings’?

“Those men and women who engage much in Allah’s praise.  For them has Allah prepared forgiveness and a great reward.” (33:35)
“Those who remember their Lord standing, and sitting, and lying on their sides” (3:191)

” Men whom neither traffic nor merchandise can divert from Remembrance of Allah nor from regular Salaat, nor from regular practice of Zakaat.    (24:37)

“Those who believe, and whose hearts find comfort in the remembrance of Allah!  Aye! it is in the remembrance of Allah that hearts can find comfort;” (13: 28)

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What do the Hadith say about Dhiker in gatherings?

Hadith Qudsi: “Those that remember Me in their heart, I remember them in My heart; and those that remember Me in a gathering, I remember them (i.e. make mention of them) in a gathering better than theirs. (This can include recitation of Quran, Durood (Salat-o-Salaam) and other Dhiker Allah)
In Bukhari and Muslim: The Prophet (Peace be upon him) said that Allah has angels roaming the roads to find the people of dhikr, i.e. those who say La ltaha ltiabah and similar expressions, and when they find a group of people (qawm) reciting dhikr, they call each other and encompass them in layers until the first heaven — the location of which is in Allah’s knowledge. (This is to say, an unlimited number of angels are going to be over that group

Ibn ‘Umar reported that the Prophet (Peace be upon him) said: “When you pass by the gardens of Paradise, avail yourselves of them.” The Companions asked: “What are the gardens of Paradise, 0 Messenger of Allah?” He replied: “The circles of dhikr.  There are roaming angels of Allah who go about looking for the circles of dhikr, and when they rind them they surround them closely.” Tirmidhi narrated it (hasan gharib) and Ahmad.

Abu Sa’id Al-Khudri and Abu Huraira reported that the Prophet (Peace be upon him) said, “When any group of men remember Allah, angels surround them and mercy covers them, tranquility descends upon them, and Allah mentions them to those who are with Him.” Narrated by Muslim, Tirmidhi, Ahmad, lbn Majah, and Bayhaqi.

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Those who call upon Bida’h (innovations):

For those who insist on scrutinising Bida’h should rather pay more attention to Haram and major sins.  The following are typical examples that majority of the Ummah is engaged in everyday and so routinely which are often overlooked and justified through obtaining Fatwa’s for the purpose of legitimising their actions:

Buying houses on mortgages (interest);

Holding Credit on credit cards;

Eating non halal meat and foods (MacDonald, KFC, etc.)

Disobedience to parents and ill-treatment of either wife or husband;

Sending of children to Islamic school but not practicing Islam themselves;

Calling other Muslim brothers Miskeen (poor) based upon nationality;

Undue extravagance: Luxuries (Castles, Rolls Royces, Cadillacs etc);

Engaging in fraud and corruption;

Celebrating own anniversaries and birthdays yet raise objection on Mawlid.  Etc.
Islam cannot be customized to suit individual needs and lifestyles.  This is a great hypocrisy.  One can ask themselves how pious and strict follower of the Quran and Sunnah, am I in reality?  Stay away from haram, shirk and Kufr and try to follow other Hadiths as well in order to fulfill the claim of being strict followers of Quran and Sunnah.

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