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Tameem
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Tameem 7h
An excellent opportunity to listen to a classical Manual on Tasawwuf by my dear friend and colleague, Mawlana Ismaeel Nakhuda Irshad al-Muluk - Session 1 The other sessions are also available on YouTube.
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Tameem 14h
Replying to @yasirabdullah31
انا لله وانا اليه راجعون اللهم اغفر له و ارحمه و أدخله فسيح جناته
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Bilal Ali Ansari 18h
قال العلامة السيوطي رحمه الله تعالى: «من مناقب أبي حنيفة التي انفرد بها أنه أوّلُ من دَوَّنَ علمَ الشريعة ورَتَّبَه أبواباً، ثم تَبِعَه مالكُ بن أنس في ترتيب «الموطأ»، ولم يسبق أبا حنيفة أحدٌ»
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Tameem Dec 2
All these books I shared were compliments of my dear friend, Mufti Abu Hammad al-Madani ... may Allah bless him that through his help and guidance we have obtained some of the most excellent books for our madrasa & research. His bookstore 👇🏽
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Bilal Ali Ansari Dec 2
Hāfiz ‘Abdur Razzāq al-San’āni and Imām Nasā’i on Mu’āwiyah رضي الله عنه
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Hamzah wald Maqbul Dec 1
Eating Halāl enlivens the dead heart, making it receptive to guidance. It cleans the detritus from the currents of the soul & disposes it to the harmonious obedience of Allāh & all that is good. Support the thankless work of feeding Halāl to the masses.
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Nuh Saunders Dec 1
As adults we have to learn how to take accountability for our actions. My father raised me to own my wrongs and not blame other men for my actions. Stand up and do what you have to do because no one will do it for you.
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Ismaeel Dec 1
A very important thread by Shaykh on learning Arabic and accessing knowledge.
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Abū Hammād Nov 30
On this day, 30 November 1920, (100 years ago), the Great Honourable Freedom Fighter and an Accomplished Scholar, Reformer & Educationalist, Shaykh al-Hind Imam Mahmud Hasan al-Deobandi departed this world, after a life filled with struggle and sacrifices.
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دار المتقين Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
We were honoured to publish one of his works:
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Tameem Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
If , after attempting to learn Arabic, you never learn it, which I doubt will happen if you make a serious effort, you will at least become humbled and respect those who dedicated their lives to it. And maybe you’ll be more careful talking about Dīn without the basic knowledge.
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Tameem Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
As for those people who say they have NO time to spare to learn their Dīn/Arabic, let me advise y’all this: cut out Netflix binging, unnecessary YouTube videos, other Pointless WhatsApp forum discussions, and you’ll see you have like 2 to 3 hours to spare to learn Arabic daily.
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Tameem Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
And for those people who think that the Arabic language is difficult or that they don’t have time...I have taught full-time working adults, 2 hours a week and they were able to translate the Qur’an and hadith on their own after a year and a half.
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Tameem Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
Without knowing the Arabic language, you will always be the person who asks and waits for the translation.
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Tameem Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
I encourage all serious readers that they should try to make a serious effort to learn the Arabic language, because it is a universe of blessings. Once a person has entered into that universe, your understanding of Allah & His Messenger, and of the Dīn will enhance.
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Tameem Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
Before my studies, I had heard about books like Hujjatullah al-Bāligha, Khasā’is al-Kubra, Futūhāt al-Makkiyya, Shifā of Qadhi Iyyadh, etc.... and all I yearned for was to be able to understand even one page from these books.
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Tameem Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
When I experience books like this, I remember the time when the only reason I wanted to go to madrasah study was so that I could be able to access these unbelievably incredible works of knowledge.
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Tameem Nov 30
Replying to @thaanwi2
One of his books is about the mutual love between the blessed city of Madina & the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wa sallam) / the believers:
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Tameem Nov 30
The books of the great Shaykh Khalīl Mulla Khātir al-Azzāmī (resident of the illuminated city of Madina) are some of the most brilliant and unique books regarding our beloved Prophet (sallallāhu alayhi wa sallam). I highly recommend them to all those who are proficient in Arabic:
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محفوظ أحمد السِّلْهٙتيّ Nov 29
الحمد لله، صدر اليوم في بنغلاديش كتاب 《اليواقيت والجواهر في تراجم نبلاء بنغال والأكابر》 في ٨ مجلدات للعلامة الشيخ محمد حفظ الرحمن الكُمِلَّائي البنغلاديشي حفظه الله تعالى، وهو الذي ألَّف من قبلُ كتابَ 《البدور المضية في تراجم الحنفية》 في ٢٣ مجلد.
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