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New Ebook: HEROES of SYRIA (2014)

New Ebook: HEROES of SYRIA (2014)

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Ebook: Black Flags from SYRIA (2012 – 2020+)

Ebook: Black Flags from SYRIA (2012 – 2020+)

The Syrian revolution began as peaceful demonstrations, and turned into an armed conflict in 2012. The people of Syria simply wanted a change of regime, but due to a lack of support from the international community, many lost hope and turned to Allah (God) alone. ‘We have none but you O Allah!’ (Arabic: maa lanaa ghayruka ya Allah!) was the
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EBook: Black Flags from the East (1979-2012+)

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This book tells how the world and wars today are leading upto the big Malhamah battles of the end of times.

Alot of respected Salafi and Sunni scholars even say that Imam Mahdi is born right now and he will unite the Muslims in the upcoming years. This book gives a brief glimpse on how this might happen.

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Salaf Stories EBook FREE! (300+ Pages!) – Now in PDF, Kindle, and EPUB formats!

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2 Cases of Murder & Justice in Afghanistan.

2 Cases of Murder & Justice in Afghanistan:
My Life with the Taliban – [by Mulla Zaeef] Page 76-78:
http://kalamullah.com/Books/Life%20With%20The%20Taliban.pdf


Mawlawi Pasanai Saheb was known for his impartial judgments and rulings. Whoever was brought before him, even if they were relatives or friends – would receive the same treatment and the same judgement. He followed God’s orders as specified in the Islamic shari’a law.
I remember many of the cases we dealt with, but two in particular stick out;


Story #1:

There is a place near Pashmol called Shukur Hill where most sentences against murder cases were carried out. When a convict was led up the mountain to receive his punishment we would secure the area. Twan, also known as Qurban, had slaughtered a man with a knife in cold blood in my childhood village of Charshakha. He was brought to Shukur Hill.
Many muslim fighters had gathered there, and the father of the victim and his family were waiting for him. When Twan was brought onto the empty square the people started to beg the father of the victim for forgiveness, as was the custom in these cases.
The Ulema’ explained the virtue of forgiveness, other people offered money, and some commanders pledged weapons. One of the com- manders offered fifty Kalashnikovs and some money on behalf of the condemned man, but the father of the victim could not be convinced to forgive Twan. The on-duty personnel gave him a knife and Twan was brought to him with his hands and legs tied. The father of the victim walked over to him slowly, rolling up his sleeves. He first knelt on the ground then uttered Allahu Akbar loudly and put the knife on Twan’s neck.
Taking back the knife and raising it in the air, he started to speak. “Look! God has given me this power. No one can release you from me but God. You are the one who brutally killed my son without any lawful reason. Based on the shari’a, God has given me the right to take revenge for my dear son or to forgive you for sake of God. Forgiveness pleases God more than revenge. I forgive you, so that God
will be pleased with me. Now it is he who shall take revenge when the final day comes”.
He threw the knife away and at once people were crying out the takbir, others were firing guns and the people were rushing forward to kiss the hands and feet of the father. Someone untied the hands of Twan but he could not move or talk for a full five minutes. People
congratulated him on this unexpected chance for a new life and told him that he should devote himself to Islam and the worship of God.
“God has shown mercy. Regret your deeds and never even think of actions like these again”, he was told.
I was convinced that the man would never commit another crime, but he soon killed again. I also heard that he himself was killed in a robbery a short while later.
My Life with the Taliban [by Mulla Zaeef] – Page 75-76
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Story #2:
Another case that Mawlawi Pasanai ruled on was that of the murder of an entire family and their guest. A man called Mohammad Nabi from Girdi Jangal camp had gone to the house of the baaja or husband of the sister of his former wife. He was warmly welcomed by his wife’s sister and her husband. Another guest arrived and dinner was served when night fell and it became dark outside. Mohammad Nabi and the other guest decided to stay overnight and settled in the guestroom to sleep, while his baaja and her family retired to their rooms. When everyone was asleep, Mohammad Nabi, a trained butcher by profession, took a cleaver and beheaded the other guest in his room.

Then he proceeded through the house killing the entire family room by room; there were eleven victims in total: a woman, two men and eight children including a six-month old baby. Before he left the house, he chopped all the bodies into pieces and brought them down to the basement. He was arrested in Panjpayi Camp in Baluchistan by the Muslim fighters and brought to Kandahar, where he confessed to the crime but never explained why he did it. During the court sessions and while in prison Mohammad Nabi would often say that he should be killed, but never told us why he had butchered the family of his baaja.
More than once he said he wanted to be killed. In his dreams he could see the small children, their limbs in his hands, blood everywhere. Every night they would come to him and ask him why he had so brutally killed them. “What did we do?” they would ask him. Mohammad Nabi could not sleep; “my heart is heavy, please have mercy and kill me soon”, he often told the judge. He was condemned to death and the sentence was due to be carried out at the riverside between Kushkak and Nelgham. Relatives and friends of the family had come with their guests.
They had selected two men one from each family to avenge the deaths of their relatives. The two men were both brothers of a victim. When Mohammad Nabi was brought before them at the riverside no one asked for forgiveness. Neither the mullahs nor the people said a word, even though Mawlawi Pasanai Saheb had instructed the Ulema’ to ask for mercy and to pray for him. Not even the friends or family of Mohammad Nabi had come to collect his body. I went to Judge Maw-lawi Saheb. I asked for permission to have Mohammad Nabi perform two rak’at [2 units of prayer] and that he should be instructed to utter the kalima [testimony of Islamic belief]. With the permission of Mawlawi Saheb I went to Mohammad Nabi. I told him that the relatives had arrived and that they would avenge what he had done. Now would be the time for him to perform a last prayer towards the Ka’aba and proclaim the creed of faith. But Mohammad Nabi looked straight at me and said, “Just kill me now. I can still see those limbless children in my hands. I can’t pray or pro- claim the creed of faith”.
I was surprised and astonished by his words. I begged him to reconsider. I tried to change his mind for a long time but all he would say is, “Just kill me”. Finally Mawlawi Saheb told me to leave him alone. I was pleading with him until the very last moment when he was shot by the heirs of his victims. He died without praying or uttering the kalima. The victims’ families became ecstatic after he was shot; people screamed and threw their turbans in the air. For me, Mohammad Nabi was proof that a cruel man will die without even being able to pray or proclaim his faith. If a man is not guidedby God himself, no experience or amount of suffering will show him the right path.



November 11, 2011 Posted by | afghan, justice; islamic law; today | Leave a comment

"He brought out his arm and the hand was cut off.."

Some fighters came from Syria, heading for Yemen, and ‘Umar had dishes of food that he would set out after Fajr. One of those men came and sat down, and started to eat, using his left. ‘Umar – who used to watch the people whilest they were eating – said to him: “Eat with your right hand,” but he did not respond ‘Umar repeated it, and he said, “O’ Ameer al-Mu’mineen, it is busy.” When he had finished eating, ‘Umar called him and said, “What kept your right hand busy?” He brought out his arm and the hand was cut off. ‘Umar said, “What is this?” He said, “I lost my hand on the day of al-Yarmook.” He said, “Who does wudoo’ for you?” He said, “I do wudoo’ with my left hand, and Allah helps me.” He said, “Where are you going?” He said, “Yemen, to my mother whom I have not seen for many years.” He said, “And you honour your mother too.” And he ordered that he be given a servant and five camels from the camels given in charity, and he loaded them up for him.”

‘Umar ibn Al-Khattab his life and times by Dr. ‘Ali Muhammad as-Sallabi.

November 11, 2011 Posted by | 'umar, mother, taqwa | Leave a comment

“May Allāh not prevent you from Ḥajj every year.”

By Shaykh Ṣāliḥ al-Maghāmasī
Watch Arabic video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAbOQ3plN2I

I know of a man from Egypt who performed Ḥajj 32 years ago in his youth. He, at the time, was riding in a nine-passenger vehicle. In the front seats were a husband and wife. Behind them was a woman very old in age who, due to the congestion inside, was in an uncomfortable position, and her age and body’s condition didn’t help the situation any better. So, the man who I know tried to convince the man in the front to switch seats with the old woman so that she could up front. He refused, but this man kept on pushing him to do it until he finally accepted.  The husband ended up going to the back seat and the old woman was able to sit up front. When the old woman felt relaxed and was able to extend her legs she said to this man, in her local dialect, what means, “May Allāh not prevent you from Ḥajj every year.”

This man has performed Ḥajj until now—and I know him—for 32 years. 32 pilgrimages since she supplicated for him that year! Sometimes a new year comes and the time of Ḥajj approaches, but he doesn’t have the money or even the intention to perform it. Yet, without any notice, he’s led to perform Ḥajj by the blessing of that woman’s supplication.

`Alī (may Allāh be pleased with him) said, “Allāh has concealed two within two: He has concealed His pleasure in righteous acts, so one does not know which righteous act of his pleases Allāh; and He has concealed His awliyā’ amongst His servants, so one does not know which servant of Allāh is His walī.[friend]”

The point here: perform good deeds and desire for them to be sincerely for Allāh’s Sake. Perhaps you’ll do something for someone who is unknown amongst the people—which is better—and his supplications are answered.
 
http://muslimmatters.org/2011/11/08/encounter-with-an-awliya-of-allah/

November 9, 2011 Posted by | awliya, dua, miracles, prayer | Leave a comment

my MSN story – a Muslim experience. (awesome story! with amazing lessons to learn from for all youth)

Asalaam alaykum waRahmatullah waBarakaatuh


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, I decided to call it ‘my MSN story’ so it covers all audiences. It is an experience of a Muslim youth who goes through alot of fitnah on MSN Messenger before finding his true Islam. (A great read for non-practising youth!)


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November 8, 2011 Posted by | funny, humour, love, my msn story, youth | Leave a comment

Lowering Your Gaze On ‘Eid

It is reported on the authority of Al-Wakî’ b. Al-Jarrâh:

We went out one Eid with Sufyân Al-Thawrî and he said, “The first thing we will do on this day of ours is to lower our gaze.”

[Ibn Abî Al-Dunyâ, Kitâb Al-Wara’. Article 66]

It is reported that Hassân b. Abî Sinân – Allâh have mercy on him – went out one Eid and when he returned home his wife said:

“How many beautiful women have you looked at today?”

After she kept asking him, he said:

“Woe to you! I have looked at nothing but my toe from when I went out to when I returned to you.”

[Ibn Abî Al-Dunyâ, Kitâb Al-Wara’. Article 68]

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November 5, 2011 Posted by | gaze; eid; haya | Leave a comment

A Modern Day Jinn Experience (Jinn pretending to be historical Scholars!) – Ahmad Izzudin al Bayanuni.

A Modern Day Jinn Experience (Jinn pretending to be historical Scholars!) – Ahmad Izzudin al Bayanuni.

This experiment took place with the author Ahmad Izzudin al-Bayanuni. He mentioned it in his book Kitab al-Iman bi-l Mala’ika. I eagerly decided to quote the complete text of what he write:

The people of the East and the West have preccupied themselves with the claim of making the spirits appear. There have been many articles written about it, written in different languages, published in Arabic as well as non-Arabic magazines. Books have been written about it. Much research has been done lately on this topic. Many experiments have been performed. After all of that, the intelligent people have concluded that the raising of the spirits is nothing but falsehood and forgery, a call to disbelief and wickedness. What they claim to be the appearing of the spirits of people who have passed away is nothing but fakery and forgery. The spirits that appear are nothing but devils that are playing with and duping humans. In reality, there is no one who is capable of making the spirits appear. After the spirit leaves the body it goes to reside in the realm called al-Barzakh which is the interval between this worldly life and the life of the hereafter. Therein the person is either in bounties or punishment. They are preoccupied there with a great affair which would prevent them from appearing before the humans. 
I [al-Bayanuni] was called to such an act of these spiritualists. And I experienced my own lengthy experience. This experience made it clear to me that it is nothing but falsehood, forgery and deception. It is just the playing of the devils. They present that to the people to mislead them and to deceive them and to make humans follow them. The beginning of the experience I had known for more than ten years of a person who claimed that he was using the jinn to do good deeds in the service of mankind. And that was done through a person who was a medium. He claimed that he achieved that through recitations and lengthy invocations which took up a great deal of time. He was instructed in thorough incantations by someone who claimed he was knowledgeable in that area. The medium came to me one day telling me that so and so of the
jinn had called for me to discuss something important and there was a great matter in store for me.
I to the appointment, trusting in Allah and very happy about it, in order to learn new information through this experience.

How did the deception begin?

The first deceiving step that they took with me, in the process of bringing forth the spirits, was to have me ask Allah for forgiveness, glorify him and other acts of dhikr [remembrance] This would make a person believe,at first glance, that he is meeting with spirits who are pure, holy and truthful.

I entered the house of the medium and we were alone together in a room. The medium sat on the bed. And we began sanctifying Allah, obviously under his guidance with asking forgiveness and Allah- until he became like in a trance and I laid him down on his bed. I covered him with a covering in the way I was told to do. Then in a low voice, his companion greeted me. His knowing me and his like for me were obvious. He introduced me to himself. He claimed to be a created being. He was not from the angels or the jinn but was of another creation, a different species. He came into being by Allah’s saying, “Be” and he was.

The person of the voice claimed that the jinn only appeared through his command. And that between him and receiving the command from Allah there was only four intermediaries, with the Angel Gabriel being the fifth. He began to praise me. He said that they will cut off any meetings they have with other humans and they shall only meet with me. Because, they claimed, I was a special person of this age. And this was a special sanction from Allah and it was Allah who had chosen me for that. And they made me a glittering promise full of amazing things.

I accepted this new experience and false call with trust in Allah and asking Allah to protect me from error and to guide me to the clear truth, enlightened by the light of knowledge and following the path of steadfastness and praising Allah. 
At the end of the first meeting, he promised me a second meeting. Then the person himself instructed me to make some special incantations to awake the medium from his absence. That was done. And the medium was sitting. His eyes opened as if he had been wakened from a deep sleep and did not know what had transpired. 
I went back for the second appointment also. Then we had many meetings, one after another, for a long time. During every meeting, they renewed their good promise to me and described a great future for me and the great blessings that the nation would receive at my hands.

The situation develops:

The situation developed further. Many “spirits” came to visit me in every meeting. Some with invocations being made before the meeting while others without it. While eating or drinking tea with the medium, the medium would fall asleep with his head down at the promised time. 

And the “spirits” would appear, some claiming to be angels or from the jinn or companions of the Prophet or saints. They would always speak with reverence and respect. They would invoke blessings for my visit and point to a blessed future. Then they would leave and others would come.

Who were those Visitors?
I was visited by beings that claimed to be angels, jinn, Abu Huraira, scholars, “saints”, such as Abu al-Hasan al-Shaadhili, well known and accepted scholars, such as al-Shaikh Ahmad al-Tirmaaneeni, and some scholars that I had met before and had known of their deaths, including my father (may Allah have mercy on him). They gave me glad tidings of my father’s visit at a specific time.

I looked forward to this meeting with anxiety. When it was time for the meeting, they requested me to read surah al- Waqiah aloud. read it. When I finished reciting it, they said, “Your father will appear after a few moments. Listen to what he says and do not ask him about anything.”



The beginning of my vigilance
After a few minutes, there came someone who claimed to be my father. He greeted me. He showed his happiness for meeting me. he was happy with me for meeting those spirits. He advised me to assist the medium and his family and to take care of them in the best way as he had no other means of making money except through this way. 
He ended his speech with “the prayers on the Prophet Abraham”. And I knew that my father was passionately fond of saying the prayers upon the Prophet (peace be on him), especially in “the prayer of Abraham”. The most amazing thing was that his accent was exactly the same as my father’s. He said and left. Then I began to ask myself, “Why did they advise me not to ask him about anything. For a secret reason no doubt. The secret reason became clear to me at that moment. It was not my father. It was his “partner” from the jinn, the one who accompanied him throughout his life. He came to me in the form of my father and imitated his most particular characteristics.

They advised me not to ask him about anything because the “partner” from the jinn, no matter to what extent he knows and remembers about my father, he is not able to remember every detail that a son knows about his father. They feared that if I asked him something of that nature, he would not be able to respond and the matter would become clear. With others, 1 would meet them and not know who they were until they were about to leave and then they would say, “I am so and so,” greet me and leave immediately.

There was also a secret reason for that: If any of them would tell me who they were, and he was well-known for being knowledgeable, I could discuss a topic with him and he would not be able to respond. Again, the matter would then be uncovered. 
One time someone came and debated with me saying that the face of the woman is not aurah [or from the private parts that must be covered] and need not be covered. I refuted him and he responded to me with a response that had no aspect of knowledge in it. The argument became heated between us, I said to him, “How do you respond to those jurists who say that the face of the woman is aurah and she must cover out of fear of [temptation and sin]?” The argument ended without any benefit. Then he told me that he was Shaikh al-Tarmaaneeni and he left. It became clear to me that he was undoubtedly a liar because Shaikh al-Tarmaaneeni was a leading scholar and the leaders of the Shafi school say that all of the woman is aurah, even if she is an aged, gray-haired woman. If he really was the shaikh he said he was and he had discovered some new knowledge in the world of barzakh [life in the grave]’ he would have informed me about it and shown me its evidence. But it was all a lie and deception. Its intention was misguidance. And Allah- and all praises are due to refused except to guide me and confirm me on the truth and guidance. A woman uncovering her face, especially in times like these with moral laxity and a sick society, is something no knowledgeable or religious person would agree to.

The reality becomes uncovered

The reality of the situation became more and more uncovered meeting after meeting and experience after experience. Finallv. I was certain that all of it were lies and forgeries. It had no in righteousness and no standing in religion.Even the medium, who I was advised generously, was known not to pray and he was not steadfast in his prayers. His beard was shaven and no one ordered to help and treat ordered to perform him to let it grow.

Certainly, he devours the wealth of the people through falsehood and deceiving promises. There is no source of income for him except through that evil means.
A man came to me after he heard that I had some relation with that medium and complained to me about his deception. He took 300 Syrian from him and the man was a poor person who was very much in need of that money. I insisted that the medium return the money to him. He did so, in his and his devils’ hope that I would continue to meet with them.

The medium and his family base most of their entire lives on lying. Those spirits, after everything became clear to me, tried to threaten me. But that did not shake my heart whatsoever. And all praises are to Allah. I used to record what they used to say to me. These recordings filled two large files. I recorded most of what they said to me. When it became unquestionably clear to me that it was all fake, without any other way to explain it, I made my final judgment about them and burned the two files that were filled with lies and forgeries. Those spirits who claimed to be Companions of the Prophet, saints and pious people were all devils. No intelligent believer should be deceived by them. All of the ways that are taken to make the spirits appear are nothing but lies and falsehood. It does not matter if it is through a or medium, as in the experience I had, or through a table or tea cup, that some people have experienced and mentioned to me. All of them end in the same result that I reached. 

A wonderful thing is that I have seen other people write on this topic and the conclusion of the intelligent people who experienced these things is the same conclusion I arrived at. They concluded that those spirits are nothing but the “partners” of humans from among the jinn, as Allah had guided me to. And all praise is to Allah.
I have fulfilled, by these words, the obligation of advising others. And Allah is the Guide to the Straight Path.’
(Jinn & Devils [3MB] – Umar al Ashqar p143 – p148)

October 31, 2011 Posted by | jinn, possession | Leave a comment