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  2. Tribute to Shaikhul Hadith Moulana Haroon Abasoomar Rahimahullah 1952 - 2020 (Former Ameer of the Jamiatul Ulama KZN) Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilayhi Rajioon. The night of the 10 Shawwaal 1441 / 3 June 2020 marked the tragic demise of one of the great Ulama of South Africa, Shaikhul Hadith Moulana Haroon Abasoomar Rahimahullah. Hadhrat Moulana was a giant in Islamic knowledge especially in the field of Hadith. He was an example of unwavering steadfastness in the service of Deen. He served as Imaam of the Isipingo Beach Masjid for over forty years from the late 1970s until his demise. This remarkable achievement displays not only Moulana’s commitment to his community but also their value and love for him. Hadhrat Moulana was a true academic. As a student, he studied in the renowned Binnori Town Darul Uloom in Karachi, Pakistan under the tutelage of Allamah Sayyid Muhammad Yusuf Binnori Rahimahullah. His keen intellect and dedication to studying led to him become the first and only South African to achieve the first position in the national board examinations of Darul Ulooms in Pakistan. Qadhi Mujahidul Islam Rahimahullah, one of the renowned jurists of the Muslim world in the last few decades, whilst visiting South Africa, commented on Hadhrat Moulana’s brilliant intellect and knowledge during his interactions with him. When Moulana commenced teaching after his return from Pakistan then he was a fountain of knowledge quenching the thirst of thousands of students. Moulana would lecture for hours at a time and would list the various meanings of individual Hadith, at times quoting the deductions of more than ten Muhadditheen (Hadith Masters) regarding a single Hadith from memory alone. Hadhrat Moulana was at one time the Shaikhul Hadith (the most senior teacher of Hadith) of Madrasah Taleemuddeen in Isipingo Beach and Madrasah Inaamiyyah in Camperdown. He would commence teaching at Madrasah Taleemuddeen and thereafter travel to teach at Madrasah Inaamiyyah before returning home, a round trip of 130km, despite the difficulties of ill-health. In the latter years of Moulana’s life, he served as Shaikhul Hadith in Madrasah Hameediyyah in Durban as well. In spite of the senior position Hadhrat Moulana held as Shaikhul Hadith, teaching Saheeh Bukhari to the final year students of the Aalim course, the level of his humility was such that he would, at the same time, teach small children in the Isipingo Beach Maktab (elementary Madrasah). Hadhrat Moulana excelled and participated in all works of Deen. In the field of Tasawwuf, he was granted Khilaafat (spiritual successorship) by Hadhrat Hakeem Akhtar Saheb Rahimahullah. He gave strong support and encouragement to those involved in Dawah and Tabligh and would devote much time to the Majid Hilaal Markaz. Hazrat Moulana was very particular when it came to attending Janazah Salaah whether the person was known to him or not. He would try his level best to attend every Janazah. Hadhrat Moulana loved simplicity in every aspect of life from his home to his car and even in his dressing. At the same time, he was always impeccably well presented in his dressing and would always be seen dressed fully in white wearing a white kurta and topi. Despite his simplicity, Hadhrat Moulana had an awe-striking personality. Even words spoken softly would bear the power of royal authority. He would never shirk from declaring the truth and defending it. The Jamiatul Ulama KZN was fortunate to have had a very long-standing relationship with Hadhrat Moulana. He served the Jamiat in many capacities most notably as Secretary of the Jamiat and as the Ameer of the Jamiat from 2004-2007. Hadhrat Moulana enjoyed an immensely close relationship with Moulana Abdul Haq Omarjee Saheb Rahimahullah, one of the senior most Ulama of South Africa and founder member of the Jamiatul Ulama KZN. He took Moulana Omarjee Rahimahullah as his mentor after his return to South Africa. In his latter years, Hadhrat Moulana served on the Jamiat’s Executive Committee and would grace the important functions of the Jamiatul Ulama KZN. He inaugurated the official opening of the Jamiatul Ulama KZN Skills Development Centre in Overport, Durban on the 8th of November 2017. Hadhrat Moulana spoke highly of the centre and emphasised the importance of replicating such centres throughout the country. Many of the Ulama who currently serve the Jamiatul Ulama KZN are the students of Hazrat Moulana. Hadhrat Moulana was a trustee of various institutions, among them the first Darul Uloom in South Africa, Darul Uloom Newcastle in KwaZulu-Natal. He was held in great esteem by senior Ulama from across the globe and the many tributes and condolences messages being circulated are testimony to this. He had a very close relationship with many of the Imaams of the Haramain Shareefain. He was greatly honoured by them whenever he visited the blessed lands. His Janazah Salaah was conducted by Mufti Ebrahim Salejee Saheb, principal of Madrasah Ta’leemuddeen, Durban, after the Fajr Salaah on Thursday, 4th June 2020. Hadhrat Moulana was laid to rest at the Dayal Road Cemetery in Clairwood, Durban. He is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter and many grandchildren. May Allah Ta’ala grant his family, students, associates and the community of Isipingo Beach Sabrun Jameel (beautiful patience) and Ajrun Azeem (great reward) on this irreplaceable loss. We have indeed lost one of our great spiritual leaders and giants. May Allah Ta’ala fill Hadhrat Moulana’s grave with Noor, grant him the highest of stages in Jannatul Firdaus, Ameen. Jamiatul Ulama (KZN) Council of Muslim Theologians
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  7. DU’AA FOR AN OPEN HEART اَللّٰهُمَّ افْتحْ مَسَامِعَ قَلْبِيْ لِذِكْرِكَ، وَارْزُقْنِيْ طَاعَتَكَ، وَطَاعَةَ رَسُوْلِكَ، وَعَمَلًابِكِتَابِكَ ـ Allaahummaf-tah masaami’a qalbii lidhikrik(a), war-zuqnii taa’atak(a), wa taa’ata Rasuulik(a), wa ‘amalam biKitaabik. (‘Ali ibn Abi Taalib. Kanz al-‘Ummal #3655) O Allah, open my heart to the hearing of Your remembrance. Grant me obedience to You and to Your Messenger (sallallahu alayhi wa sallem) and (grant me) performance of deeds according to Your Book. ~~~Ameen~~~ Open my heart: That is, when I perform dhikr by tongue or hear it from others, it should also reach the depths of my heart. (Source: Khalid Baig’s transliteration, translation and commentary of du’aa #123 from the Accepted Whispers: Munajat-e-Maqbul)
  8. Allah loves all of His creatures and for that reason He sent prophets and messengers to teach us the truth and guide us to the straight path. Allah and the believers want people to choose the way of righteousness and thereby enter Paradise, but Allah does not love sinful actions. A person who rejects Allah, commits evil deeds, and dies without repentance will be denied the blessings of Allah’s love. Therefore, we should become familiar with the characteristics of those whom Allah loves and does not love as mentioned in the Quran. Allah loves faith and the believers, those who depend upon Him for their needs, who are mindful of Him and remember Him, who are grateful to Him for their blessings, who fear His punishment and hope in His reward. Allah said: And Allah said: And Allah said: And Allah said: Allah does not love stubborn rejection of faith, committing sins, and showing ingratitude. Allah said: And Allah said: Allah loves justice, truthfulness, and those who are fair with people. Allah said: Allah does not love oppression, transgressing the limits, treachery, betrayal, and falsehood. Allah said: And Allah said: And Allah said: And Allah said: And Allah said: Allah loves those who are humble and patient, who repent from evil deeds, and purify themselves from sin both inwardly and outwardly. Allah said: And Allah said: Allah does not love arrogance, pride, boasting to one another, extravagance, and exultation in wrongdoing. Allah said: And Allah said: And Allah said: And Allah said: These are some of the characteristics of those who earn the love of Allah and those who reject His love by their evil deeds. We ask Allah to make us among those who are loved by Him and who are saved from the evil of our own deeds. Success comes from Allah, and Allah knows best. Source
  9. Al-Nawawi on love for the sake of Allah Al-Nawawi (Rahimahullah) recorded in his book Riyad al-Salihin: Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: In another narration, the Prophet said: Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Al-Bara reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said about the Ansar: Mu’adh ibn Jabal reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Mu’adh ibn Jabal reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: In another narration, the Prophet said: And in another narration, the Prophet said: Al-Miqdam ibn Ma’di reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Anas ibn Malik reported: A man was with the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, when another man passed by and he said, “O Messenger of Allah, I love this man.” The Prophet said: He said no. The Prophet said: He went to the man and he said to him, “I love you for the sake of Allah.” The other man replied: Mu’adh ibn Jabal reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, took me by the hand and he said: Success comes from Allah, and Allah knows best. Source
  10. By Shaykhul-Hadīth, Hadrat Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullāh Every person’s life comprises of three phases; the past, the present and the future. Every second that is to come is the future. As it comes, it enters the phase of present, and as it passes, it turns into the past. These three phases represent a person’s life and will determine one’s fate in the Hereafter. If all three phases are good, one will attain success in the Hereafter. We should therefore understand each phase, so that we can strive to make each one a means for success. THE PRESENT Upon careful reflection, one will realise that one’s present condition is either one of happiness or grief. A person is healthy or sick, wealthy or poor, honoured or disgraced. For a believer, every condition, good or bad, is a blessing from Allāh ta‘ālā. The condition of grief is a blessing because adoption of patience during grief makes a person deserving of lofty rewards. Allāh ta‘ālā says, Through suffering, Allāh ta‘ālā also forgives sins and raises status in Jannah. It is not against the concept of patience to ask Allāh ta‘ālā to remove the difficulty or calamity. One should turn to Allāh ta‘ālā with humility and ask Him to remove the calamity. On experiencing happiness or peace, one is rewarded for expressing gratitude to Allāh ta‘ālā. One should keep in mind that true gratitude is when a person accepts in his heart that he was not deserving of the blessing bestowed on him by Allāh ta‘ālā. The method of expressing gratitude is not restricted to verbal utterances only, but practical gratefulness is also included; in fact, that is the true form of expressing gratefulness. Practical gratefulness would mean that a person refrains from using the blessings in disobedience to Allāh ta‘ālā. It is apparent from the above discussion that one’s present is made good by adopting the qualities of sabr (patience) and shukr (gratitude). THE FUTURE In order to safeguard the future, one needs to seek refuge in Allāh the Almighty, as no one knows what the future holds. The pious of today can become the wrongdoers of tomorrow and vice versa. Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam has said, An individual who carries out many devotions may be deprived of Īmān moments before his death due to pride or insincerity. Conditions of people can change unexpectedly, and so the only way to safeguard one’s future is through sincere devotion and seeking refuge in Allāh ta‘ālā from all harms that can possibly afflict one. Plato, a philosopher in the time of Sayyidunā Mūsā ‘alayhis salām, once approached Sayyidunā Mūsā ‘alayhis salām and asked him the following question, ‘If the heavens were to become a bow, and all calamities were to become arrows, and Allāh ta‘ālā Himself was the archer, how would one find protection?’ Sayyidunā Mūsā ‘alayhis salām replied, ‘In such a scenario there is only one way of protection, and that is to run towards the archer, i.e. Allāh, and seek refuge at His Side.’ The Ahādīth are full of supplications wherein Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam has sought refuge in Allāh ta‘ālā from all kinds of calamities, however small and insignificant they may be. These supplications are comprehensive and include all the needs of human beings, spiritual and physical. I have put together a collection of such supplications in a book called Al-Mu‘awwadhāt. Readers are requested to acquire a copy and include it in their daily practices. (See link at the end of article) THE PAST Now finally the past. It may seem odd and surprising how one’s past can be made good, as there is no apparent way of rectifying something that has occurred in the past and become part of history. If a person deeply and honestly reflects on his past, he will acknowledge many occasions wherein he had violated the Commands of Allāh ta‘ālā. A true believer will indeed feel regret and sorrow for disobeying his Creator. However, the question remains, how is it possible to turn the clock back and undo what has already been done? The believers do not need to worry, for Allāh ta‘ālā through His Mercy, has granted us the invaluable bounty of tawbah (repentance). As soon as His servant turns to Him and repents with a sincere feeling of remorse, Allāh’s infinite Mercy releases the floods of forgiveness. Requisites of Repentance There are three conditions for repentance to be accepted. The first is the feeling of remorse and regret at having committed the sin. This should stem from the depth of the heart. The second is to immediately cease committing the sin. The third is to make a firm resolve never to commit the sin again. If the sin is related to the rights of the creation i.e. a violation of their rights, a fourth condition will also apply, and that is to make amends for the loss caused, such as asking them for forgiveness or repaying what is owed to them. If these conditions are met, Allāh ta‘ālā will not only forgive the sin but erase it from one’s Book of Deeds. Nabī sallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam has said, When a sin is committed, it is witnessed and recorded by all the surrounding creations of Allāh ta‘ālā, such as the angels, the earth, the nearby objects and even the limbs of the sinner himself. They will all testify against him in the Court of Allāh ta‘ālā. Allāh ta‘ālā says, However, once all the conditions of repentance are fulfilled, not only is the sin forgiven, but it is removed from the memory of all those who had witnessed the sin. Furthermore, Allāh ta‘ālā, through His Mercy, on many occasions, substitutes the sin with rewards. Allāh ta‘ālā says, Conclusion When all three phases of one’s life are protected, one will attain peace and contentment in this world and the everlasting success of the Hereafter. One’s past is made good by repentance which comprises of three things: remorse, forsaking wrong and a firm resolution never to return to wrong. One’s present is made good through adopting patience upon sufferings and grief, and being grateful to Allāh ta‘ālā upon happiness and prosperity. It is equally important not to be haughty and arrogant over the blessings provided by Allāh ta‘ālā. And finally, one’s future can be made good by doing good actions with sincerity and continuously seeking refuge in Allāh ta‘ālā from all possible harms of the future. May Allah ta‘ālā grant us His Protection from all the sufferings of this world and the Hereafter, and may He keep us steadfast on His true Dīn. Āmīn. Taken from Riyādul Jannah, Vol. 29 No. 1, 2020 © Islāmic Da'wah Academy
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  14. Asalaamu Alaikum, I have made posts on some of my threads which still have not been approved. Jazakallahu Khayran
  15. 5 things to do on Laylatul Qadr So valuable is this Night of Qadr that the Quran devotes a special surah to it“Lailatul Qadr is better than a thousand months”[97:3] This one night surpasses the value of 30,000 nights. The most authentic account of the occurrence of the Night indicates that it can occur on any one of the last ten, odd numbered nights of Ramadan, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29. We should strive to stay up at least on the odd numbered nights of the last ten days. If we can't manage that then let us pray at least on the 27th night. If one prays on all of the last odd numbered nights then there is more chance that one may have caught this most powerful night and the reward is of over 83 YEARS OF WORSHIP! Subhanallah! Most will not even live upto that age! It is a night that we CANNOT miss out on so here is how we can maximise this blessed night: 1. Recite the Qur’an abundantly Az-Zuhri used to say upon the coming of Ramadan, “It is only about reciting the Qur’an and feeding the poor.” Abdur-Raziq said, “When Ramadan came, Sufyan Ath-Thawri would give up all acts of (voluntary) worship and devote himself to the recitation of the Qur’an.” Laylatul Qadr is the night the Qur'an was revealed so we should spend much of the night reciting it for we will gain 700 hasanah or more by reciting each letter! 2. Strive to gain forgiveness One should strive and do their utmost to gain the mercy of Allah especially in the odd numbered nights of the last ten days. If one leaves Ramadan without gaining the mercy of Allah then surely they are the most unfortunate ones and are the biggest losers in this world and the next. The main Dua for Laylatul Qadr is the following: Aisha (Ra) said: “I asked the Messenger of Allah: 'O Messenger of Allah, if I know what night is the night of Qadr, what should I say during it?' He said: 'Say: O Allah, You are pardoning and You love to pardon, so pardon me.' “ "Allahumma innaka 'afuwwun tuhibbul 'afwa fa'fu 'annee" (Ahmad, Ibn Majah, and Tirmidhi). Gaining forgiveness on laylatul Qadr Abu Huraira narrated that the Messenger said: “Whoever stands (in prayer) in Laylatul Qadr while nourishing his faith with self-evaluation, expecting reward from Allah, will have all of his previous sins forgiven.” (Bukhari and Muslim). We should sincerely repent for past and present sins with the intention of not repeating them again and ask of Allah Ta’aala to help us prevent ourselves from doing them again and ask Allah to perfect our characters and to help us improve ourselves in everyway possible. 3. Do much Superogatory Prayers (Nafil) Rabi'ah ibn Malik al-Aslami reported that the Prophet sallallahu alehi wasallam said: "Ask (anything)." Rabi'ah said: "I ask of you to be your companion in paradise." The Prophet said: "Or anything else?" Rabi'ah said: "That is it." The Prophet sallallahu alehi wasallam said to him: "Then help me by making many prostrations (i.e., supererogatory prayers)." (Muslim) The Prophet peace be upon him said: “Whoever draws near to Allaah during it (Ramadaan) with a single characteristic from the characteristics of (voluntary) goodness, he is like whoever performs an obligatory act in other times. And whoever performs an obligatory act during it, he is like whoever performed seventy obligatory acts in other times.” – Sahih Ibn Khuzaymah, no. 1887. In this most blessed month of Ramadhan all good deeds are multiplied by 70 or more. Every Nafil one prays one will gain the reward of a Fard Salaah and every Fard Salah is the reward of 70 Fard salaah. Subhanallah what other time of the year is this possible? NONE! So let us make the best of these precious seconds and pray as many Nafil prayers as is possible! Here are some Nafil prayers we can pray on Laylatul Qadr: 1. Two Rakat after performing Wudu (Ablution) Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said to Bilal (may Allah be pleased with him): “Tell me about the best of your deeds (i.e. one which you deem the most rewarding) since your embracing Islam because I heard your footsteps in front of me in Paradise.” Bilal (may Allah be pleased with him) replied: “I do not consider any act of mine more rewarding than that whenever I make ablution at any time of night or day, I perform Prayer for as much as was destined for me to do.” (Reported by Al-Bukhari and Muslim)” 2. Tahajjud Imam Abu Sa'id al-Khadimi said, "There is scholarly consensus (ijma`) that among the best of virtuous acts is the night vigil prayer." [al-Bariqa al-Mahmudiyya Sharh al-Tariqa al-Muhammadiyya] The scholars derived the following in regards to Tahajjud from the Qur'an and prophetic hadiths: 1. The minimal night vigil prayer is 2 rakats. [Hindiyya, quoting Fath al-Qadir] 2. Its optimal recommended amount is 8 rakats, because this was the general practice of the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace be upon him, his family, and companions). [Hindiyya, quoting Fath al-Qadir] 3. Lengthier recitation is superior to a larger number of rakats prayed. [Durr al-Mukhtar, Radd al-Muhtar] 4. It is recommended to start the night vigil with two short rakats, because of the hadith of Abu Hurayra that the Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace) said, "It you get up for night prayer, start with two short rakats." [Muslim, Ahmad, Abu Dawud] Ibn Mas`ud (Allah be pleased with him) was asked, "I cannot pray at night." He said, "Your sins have prevented you." 3. Salaatul Tasbih This is a very rewarding prayer that we should pray on each of the odd numbered nights. Ibn al Mubarak says: “The tasbih prayer is a greatly desired act and it is desirable that one should punctually observe it and never neglect it. How to perform this Salaah ‘Ikrimah reports from Ibn ‘Abbas that the Messenger of Allah said to ‘Abbas ibn ‘Abdal-Mutalib: “O ‘Abbas, O Uncle, shall I not give you, shall I not present to you, shall I not donate to you, shall I not tell you ten things which, if you do, Allah will forgive your first and last sins, past and present sins, intentional and unintentional sins, private and public sins? The ten actions are: pray four rak’at, reciting in every rak’ah al-Fatihah and a surah. And when you finish the Qur’anic recitation of the first rak’ah, say, while standing, ‘Subhanallah, al-hamdulillah, wa la ilaha illallah, wa Allahu Akbar‘ ['Glory be to Allah. All praise is due to Allah. There is no God except Allah. Allah is the greatest.'] Fifteen times. Then make ruku’, and while you are in ruku’, say the same ten times; then stand, and say the same ten times. Then go down and make sajdah, and while you’re in sajdah, say the same ten times. Then sit after the sajdah, and say the same ten times. Then make sajdah, and say the same ten times. Then sit after the second sajdah, and say the same another ten times. That is seventy-five [repetitions of the phrases] in each rak’ah. Do that in each of the four rak’at. If you can pray it once a day, do so. If you cannot, then once every Friday. If you cannot do that, then once a year. And if you cannot do that then once in your life. “ 4. Increase in Dhikr (Rememberance of Allah) We should glorify Allah night and day, especially in the last odd nights. Here are some easy and very beneficial Dhikr and glorification we can do throughout the last ten odd nights: 1. Allahumma innaka 'afuwwun tuhibbul 'afwa fa'fu 'annee 2. Subhanallah 3. Alhamdulillah 4. Allahu Akbar 5. Laa ilaha ilallah 6. LA HAWLA WA LA QUWWATA ILLA BILLAH 7. Asthaghfirullah 8. SUB-HAN'ALLAH HIL AZEEM WA BI-HAM'DIHI, 9. Subhāna-llāhi, wa-l-hamdu li-llāhi, wa lā ilāha illā-llāhu, wa-llāhu akbar. Wa lā hawla wa lā quwwata illā bi-llāhi-l-aliyyi-l-azīm 10. Lā ilāha illā-llāhu waḥdahu lā sharīka lahu lahu-l-mulku wa lahu-l-ḥamdu yuhyi wa yumītu wa huwa ḥayyu-llā yamūtu abadan abada, ḏū-l-jalāli wa-l-ikrām, biyadihi-l-khayr, wa huwa alā kulli Shay-in qadīr Or the shortened version: 11. Laa ilaaha illal-laahu wahdahu laa shareeka lahu, lahul-mulku wa lahul-hamdu wa huwa ‘alaa kulli shay-in qadeer One can also recite the durood that one recites in one's Salaah or a Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallim 5. Make much Dua We should be very busy in Dua as much as we can especially in the last 10 odd numbered. Allah Almighty says in the Qur'an: "When my servants ask you concerning me, (tell them) I am indeed close (to them). I listen to the prayer of every suppliant when he calls on me." [2:186] The place of duaa is so high to Allah, that the Prophet(Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallim) had said: "Nothing is more honourable to Allah the Most High than du`a." [Sahih al-Jami` no.5268]. Almighty Allah also said: "The most excellent worship is du`a." [Sahih Al-Jami` no. 1133] Therefore let us devote much of the night of Qadr in dua asking of Allah for his mercy and forgiveness for all of our past sins and making firm intentions to Allah that we will change for the better and strive to become closer to him as well as make our deen a FULL part of our lives and not just a little part of our life as Allah says: Allah tells us In the Qur'an to enter fully into our deen and not partly: O believers enter into Islam completely and do not follow the footsteps of Shaitan, surely he is your clear-cut enemy.... (Surah Al-Baqara, Ayah 208-210) So then will we not make Islam a FULL part of our lives? This is our best opportunity and if we don't take it and death comes to us then surely we will regret it for ETERNITY! And Allah knows best in all matters
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  17. Dr. Israr Ahmed RA is my role model!
  18. جزاك الله خيرا for all your posts and reminders.
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