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  2. As-Salaam alaikum, Says Allah, the Most High and the Merciful, in the Holy Qur'an:-- ''Verily, Satan is an enemy to you: so treat him as an enemy. He only invites his adherents, that they may become companions of the blazing fire.'' ( Fatir- 35:6) In this Noble ayat we learn that Iblis is our avowed enemy, we should fight him, avoid and treat him as such... that is, as a first class enemy. We can do this with the help of Allah Ta'ala, the Lord of the Universe. It will aid us in this fight if we know Iblis well enough, so that in fighting him we adopt the right
  3. Yesterday, June 12, the Palestinian flag was painted on each door of the houses of Lifta village, whose residents were forcibly displaced because of the Nakba (1948), and the phrase “we will return” was written on the doors of the displaced houses, signifying the affirmation of the return and that we will not leave Lifta and will not allow the occupation forces to carry out their plans to destroy Lifta and build a new Jewish neighborhood on what was left of this village.The flags were painted in a specific position, a specific place on the sides of the doors, with a specific symbol above them,
  4. Obituary – Moulana Taha Karaan (Rahimahullah) The Ummah mourns the loss of yet another great scholar of Islam, Moulana Muhammad Taha Karaan (Rahimahullah), a renowned Shafi’i scholar from Cape Town, South Africa. His father, Moulana Yusuf Karaan (Rahimahullah), was one of the oldest and most distinguished Islamic scholars in the Cape as well. Moulana Taha completed his Qur’anic memorization in one year at the Waterfall Islamic Institute (Mia’s Farm), the oldest Islamic seminary in South Africa. During his stay, he assisted in the editing of the Qur’anic prints th
  5. Further Reading Articles: The Nakba - What really happened? - American Muslims for Palestine History of Palestine - American Muslims for Palestine The Nakba explained - Middle East Monitor The Nakba did not start or end in 1948 - AlJazeera The Nakba - IMEU Reports: Amnesty International - Israel & occupied territories 2020 Amensty International - Palestine (state of) 2020 Amnesty International - Israel must not be allowed its rampage against Palestinians Amnesty International - Israel: denying Covid-19 vaccine to Palestinians
  6. The Nakba Ongoing.... Save Silwan Save Sheikh Jarrah Stories from Gaza Arresting & Detaining Palestinians called "Operation law and order" Storming Al-Aqsa Israeli forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound on Monday and fired rubber-coated rounds, tear gas, and sound bombs at Palestinian worshippers The Village of Lifta Lifta was a Palestinian Arab village on the outskirts of Jerusalem. The village was depopulated during the early part of the 1947–48 Civil War in Mandatory Palestine. In July 2017 Israel declared Lifta (called Mei Neft
  7. Life in occupied Palestine Confisicating Palestinian land to build Jewish Settlements Gilo, a Jewish settlement in the West Bank, separated by a wall from the Palestinian city of Bethlehem. © Ryan Rodrick Beiler/Shutterstock.com Checkpoints There are hundreds of checkpoints, roadblocks and flying checkpoints in the West Bank, and between Israel and the West Bank where Palestinians must show proof of identification and be searched [Reuters]
  8. Horrors of the Nakba In less than six months, from December 1947 to mid-May 1948, Zionist armed groups expelled about 440,000 Palestinians from 220 villages. Before May 15, some of the most infamous massacres had already been committed; the Baldat al-Sheikh massacre on December 31, 1947, killing up to 70 Palestinians; the Sa’sa’ massacre on February 14, 1948, when 16 houses were blown up and 60 people lost their lives; and the Deir Yassin massacre on April 9, 1948, when about 110 Palestinian men, women and children were slaughtered. By the first half of 1949, at least 750,000 Pa
  9. Why do Palestinians commemorate the Nakba on May 15? The British occupation authorities had announced that they would be ending their mandate in Palestine on the eve of May 15, 1948. Eight hours earlier, David Ben-Gurion, who became Israel’s first prime minister, announced what the Zionist leaders called a declaration of independence in Tel Aviv. The British Mandate ended at midnight, and on May 15, the Israeli state came into being. While Israel celebrates May 15 as its day of independence, the Palestinian people commemorate the Nakba on that day.
  10. Durood Togetherapp provide a platform in uniting believers globally in salutation of our beloved Prophet (ﷺ)Join the Barakah Circle of Durood Shareef to maximize blessingsA humble effort under the guidance of our beloved Shaykh Humayun Hanif (db).Download LinksApple App Storehttps://apps.apple.com/pk/app/durood-together/id1564395155Google Play Storehttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aksiq.tasbeehcounter&hl=en_GB&gl=PK
  11. British Involvment After the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire (1517-1914), the British occupied Palestine as part of the secret Sykes-Picot treaty of 1916 between Britain and France to divvy up the Middle East for imperial interests. In 1917, before the start of the British Mandate (1920-1947), the British issued the Balfour Declaration, promising to help the “establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people”, essentially vowing to give away a country that was not theirs to give. Read more: AlJazeera
  12. Zionism The Nakba happened in 1945 however it stemed from the emergence of the Zionist movement founded by Theodore Herlz (1860-1904) in 1896. Zionism can be defined as a political movement. The first Zionist congress convened in Basel in 1897 with 200 delegates from all over Europe. They called for the estbalishment of an exclusive homeland for the Jewish people. This, according to Herlz, would consitute a "solution for the Jewish question" and emancipate the Jewsih people from presecution. Zionism therefore, was not born out of Judaism but out of the European nationalism of
  13. What is An-Nakba? 15 May 1948 marks the "Nakba" for the Palestinian people. Nakba means "Catastrophe" in Arabic and refers to the destruction of Palestinian society in 1948 when 78% of historic Palestinian land was seized by Zionists for the establishment of the state of Israel. During the fighting, approximately 750,000 Palestinians were expelled from their homes or fled to escape the violence. Most were left destitute and ended up in refugee camps while some rebuilt their lives and prosperity elsewhere. Symbol of the Key Photo Credit: © Amnesty Inter
  14. Palestine Historically Despite popular belief that the Palestine-Israel conflict is thousands of years old, it only really goes back to about the early 1900s. In the late 1800s, Palestine was under Ottoman rule. At the time, the Jewish people accounted for around 3% of the population, Muslims to 87% and Christians 10%. People from all three Abrahamic faiths lived together in relative peace. Palestine on the old map Click on image to enlarge Palestine replaced with "Israel"
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  16. The eminent Sahābi, 'Abdullah ibn Mas'ūd (رضي الله عنه) was asked: "Teach me some words that are concise and full of benefit." So he replied: لا تشرك بالله شيئاً، وزل مع القرآن حيث زال، ومن جاءك بالحق فاقبل منه وإن كان بعيداً بغيضاً، ومن جاءك بالباطل فرده عليه وإن كان قريباً حبيباً "Do not associate anything with Allāh, and be with the Qur'ān wherever it takes you. Whoever comes with the truth, accept it from him even if he was distant and hated by you. And whoever comes with falsehood, then reject it even if he was close and beloved to you.." ~ صفة الصفوة
  17. We will try to present an overview of the story of the people of Palestine, a people displaced from their homes and society, suffering untold persecution and misery which began with the emergence of political Zionism in the 19th century and continues to this day. INDEX 1. Palestine Historically 2. What is An-Nakba? 3. Origin of Zionism 4. British Involvement 5. Why do Palestinians commemorate the Nakba on May 15? 6. Horrors of the Nakba 7. Is the Nakba over? 8. Life in occupied Palestine 9. The Nakba ongoing... 10. Further Reading
  18. 1: Talash e Yaar | تلاش یار [Sunnat - Wazifa - Waqt] تلاش یار کیا ہے؟ تلاش یار حضرت شیخ ہمایوں حنیف دامت برکاتہم کے ان ارشادات کا مجموعہ ہے جو کہ غیر رسمی نشستوں میں لوگوں کے پوچھے گئے سوالات کے جوابات ہیں یا اصلاح کیلئے فرمائی گئی نصیحتیں ہیں۔ ہر وہ شخص جو "یار کی تلاش" میں ہے یعنی اللہ کا متلاشی ہے اسے ان مجالس کو ضرور سننا چاہیئے ۔ احباب کے فائدے کیلئے ان کو عام کیا جارہا ہے ۔ Link : https://youtu.be/lkU9nVFKV6E Playlist Link : https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLh009rc-XfZttBz0pmDT-ROdn6nx18bxn
  19. A Bargain for Barakah There was once a man who had four sons. When he fell ill (and was nearing his end), one of his sons (was so eager to serve him and enjoy the exclusive privilege of caring for him, that he) told the other three sons, “Either you nurse him in his sickness and forfeit your shares of his estate; or I will nurse him and forfeit my share of the estate.” His brothers were pleased with his proposition and left him to nurse their father on his own. When the father eventually passed away, then as agreed, the son who nursed him did not take any share from the estate. Therea
  20. Maulana Abdul Sattar Sahab
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