19. May 2013 18:40
Below is an important letter written by Hadhrat Maulana Muhammad Yusuf to a jamaat which was going to Makkah for umrah and there from it had an intention to visit various countries, so that they could work according to these instructions and lay a proper foundation of the effort (of dawaah there).
He dwelt at length of the aims of tabligh (dawaah),its principles, method, expected benefits, barakat and to provide right guidance etc. Maulana might not have written on the subject in a more elaborate manner at any other time.
He described that the Aim and objective of dawah on two front.
1.Personal level to change yaqeen (belief) from creations to creator, From Makhlooq to Khaliq, From over engagement for this world to concern about life after death, to reach up to the reality of a’mal (action) with devotion and sincerity of Intention.
2. The prophet S.A.W. Made an effort which changed every man's ways of earning, eating, wedding,... [More]
22. April 2013 07:57
Allah Ta'la says in the Noble Qur'n, ‘You are the best of nations sent to man. You command good and forbid evil and you believe in Allah’. (Aali Imraan). Allah Ta'la states that one reason for this Ummah being titled as the best of Ummah, is the practice of commanding good and preventing evil’. Nabi (Sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) states, ‘Whosoever from among you witnesses evil, he should change it with his hands. And if he is unable to do so then he should change it with his tongue. And if he is unable to do so with his tongue, then he should at least consider it to be wrong. And this is the weakest stage of Imaan. (Mishkat) Hadhrat Nu'maan bin Basheer (Radhiallaahu anhu) says that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) gave an example of people sailing on a boat having an upper deck and a lower deck. The people from the lower deck require water and request water from the people of the upper deck. The people from the upper deck refuse water so the people from ... [More]
15. October 2012 10:00
Once Maulana Muhammad Jameel Sahib said in a speech: "...Migration & Motion' and 'Collectiveness' are the soul and the foundation principles of this Ummat. In the 1st century Hijrat, deen got spread all over the world. W should all think over this fact that the resources - both material and spiritual - which we consider as necessary for spreading deen today, were not present in the days of Sah'aba (radiyallahu anhum). The present-day means of transportation and communication were not available with them. The spiritual means of which we have today, for example, printed copies of the Holy Qu'ran and Hadiths, religious books, commentaries on the science of religion, etc., even the names and signs of these resources were not present. Qur'an was printed centuries later. Imam Bukhari (Rah), who is the first in the line of and is the leader of the Commentators of Hadiths, born in 194H, that is, after about two centuries of the start of Islam, and worked on Hadiths at least two decades lat... [More]