IMMORALITY AND OBSCENITY

IMMORALITY AND OBSCENITY – SIGNS OF THE IMPENDING HOUR

A Brother writes:

Yesterday (Saturday 11 June 2022) in Lenasia there was a house party at a Muslims house). The house is very near to the Masjid. The music was so loud and the voices of both males and females were so loud that I could hear it in my own house.

It is really amazing and totally unexpected of Muslims conducting themselves in such kuffaar mannerism. All the neighbours thought that it was a kuffaar party only to find out that the music and screaming sounds of men and women were coming from the house of the Muslim.

This clearly shows that these Muslims do not respect the Masjid nor do they respect their Muslim neighbours. They showed no respect whatsoever for the Deen.

They were jiving and singing on top of their voices to the music artists they were listening and playing their music.

Everyday we see that the situation of Muslims in South Africa and in so-called strong Muslim communities is deteriorating to that of wild monkeys and baboons jumping, screaming, singing, playing the devil’s music loud and partying.

Was Covid (I am talking specifically about the deaths and not the plot of the west) not an eye opener as to how many people have died recently. We have just exited Ramadan and are close to the month of Zul-Hijjah and yet we go on like this.

The most annoying factor was the screeching voices and sounds come out of the mouths of the women of that household. Yes, the boys were also performing and singing along with the kaafir musicians whose music they were playing.

Insha’Allah, if I am able, I plan to leave the Lenasia community and move away from the evil and immorality happening here.

Daily you see reports of Muslims involved in some sort of issue like hijacking, fraud, selling one car to ten people, music, dancing, partying, disrespecting the Masajid, women driving with their so called “purdah” up and exposing their faces, violating the laws of Allah with no care in the world and the list can go on and on.

This is the democracy that we all had desired. Soon a time will come in South Africa where the only things of Islam left will be it’s empty Masajid (buildings) and the people will be bereft of Deen. Stripped of Deen and behaving like kufaar jaahils.

Insha’Allah I look forward to the comments of the Mujlisul Ulama whom we look to for guidance in these troubled and turbulent times after ALLAH SWT (firstly) as there is no more Ulama who speak up, who do not hide the truth in order to be liked by the people. Many people say “O look at how wonderful that Moulana or Mufti is!” And their praise of him is because he hides the truth and makes falsehood seem normal and acceptable. They do not speak up and tell the people the truth. The truth is a bitter pill. Friday Jumuah is no longer to correct the masses who are on the wrong path. The Jumuahs are about “I travelled here and there and saw this and that” while the Haqq is kept away from the masses. Please comment.

(End of the Brother’s letter)

THE COMMENT OF THE QUR’AAN MAJEED

“He (the vile transgressor) is the one whom Allah has cursed and on whom He has cast His Wrath. And Allah has made from them apes and swines, and they worship Shaitaan. They are in status the worst (of mankind) and the most deviated from the Straight Path.”

(Al-Maaidah, Aayat 60)

“When they transgressed (all limits) of that which had been prohibited for them, We said to them: “Become Disgraceful Baboons!”

(Al-A’raaf, Aaya 166)

Allah Ta’ala says in the Qur’aan Majeed:

“When We intend to destroy (the people of) a town (or city, etc.), then We command its affluent people (i.e. give them free run). Then they perpetrate fisq (immorality) in the town. Then the Decree (of Athaab) becomes confirmed for them. We then utterly destroy them.”

Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) mentioned that with the approach of Qiyaamah, there will be people who will become disfigured and transformed into apes and pigs whilst they will be enjoying themselves in their vice and immorality – music and liquor. The shaitaani perpetrations of fisq and fujoor on a massive scale of filth and obscenity as explained in the aforementioned letter as well as is observed nowadays generally in wedding halls, are setting the stage for the transformation of people into apes and swines, and this is in the literal and physical sense.

The hearts and minds of these vile followers of Shaitaan have already been disfigured into the hearts of apes and swines. The time will come when the rijs in their hearts will become manifest on their faces in the form of disfigurement of faces into pigs and baboons.

The reality is that these SWINES are not Muslims. They have long ago destroyed their Imaan if ever they had any semblance of Imaan. The rot which is explained in this letter as well as in several other letters by concerned Muslims is the tip of the iceberg of filth and vice wracking the Muslim community. Muslims basking in opulence, even those who are feigning to be of the ‘religious’ type, are wallowing in the filth of moral degradation. The numerous bounties of Allah Ta’ala they enjoy and misuse, and their millions have lulled them into a torrid, fearful complacency which bodes destruction. And, this destruction will be the Athaab of Allah Azza Wa Jal. And, this Athaab of Allah Ta’ala will overtake and apprehend the South African Muslim community as sure as the rising of the sun in the east.

When fisq and fujoor traverse the rubicon, then it heralds the all-engulfing Divine Punishment which will uproot the community. This Athaab will arrive in either the form of some natural disaster or an unstoppable tide of xenophobic violence which will pillage, plunder and destroy everything in its pathway. This will be the Scheme of Allah Ta’ala, about which the Qur’aan Majeed states:

“Never will you find for the Sunnah of Allah a change.”

Utterly uprooting and destroying nations when they reach the point of no return – when all hope for their reformation has faded into oblivion – is of the Sunnah of Allah Azza Wa Jal.

“(Ponder! Reflect!) How many nations have We destroyed after Nooh!”

(Al-A’raaf, Aayat 17)

“Many were the towns We had destroyed. Thus Our Punishment came (suddenly) to them during the night or whilst they were resting (in the afternoon).”

(Al-A’raaf, Aayat 4)

Let these baboons and swines just not forget that one of the forms of the Athaab of Allah Azza Wa Jal is the Whip of XENOPHOBIA. The Muslim community is sitting on a time bomb ticking away.

24 Zul Qa’dh 1443 – 25 June 2022

The Influence of Television

The Influence of Television

This article should be regarded as advice specifically for the Munaafiq, Faajir, Faasiq RIJS (FILTH) molvis who are blatantly, brazenly and most flagrantly committing KUFR by selling their souls to Iblees who has urinated into their brains to become television actors. Furthermore, the arch mudhil, Taqi Usmaani is the prime Agent of Iblees in this Jahannami saga. Purely on the instruction and influence of Iblees did Mr.Taqi open up the door for this television fitnah with His stupid, haraam halaalizing of pictography.

by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullah alayh)

One of the many sunnats of the Ambiyaa (‘alaihimus Salaam) is that of Hayaa (shame and modesty), a quality which is sorely missing in the lives of the majority of Muslims today and which should otherwise be an outstanding characteristic and feature of all Muslims, whether married or un-married.

Television is such an evil that if our society only understood its reality, then they would find no excuse to watch. Its spiritual harm is that it takes away the hayaa and shame of our men, women and children.

The content of most television programmes is nothing but immodesty and indecency, which invites nothing but immodesty and indecency – into our homes, into our lives and the lives of our children.

However, this truth and reality seems to just pass over the understanding of even those Muslims who have some link with Deen.

Many are regular with Salaah, they are seen in the Musjid, they are wearing the garb of the pious and yet they will be the ones to present flimsy and feeble excuses to view television programmes.

Let us consider this situation of sin from the following view – which Alhamdulillah, has been a means of many getting rid of the television.

If a person has to knock on your door and tell you : ‘I would like to use your lounge to commit adultery.’

Or a group of some friends have to request you : ‘We would like to use your home to gamble and enjoy our liquor.’ Or a group of youngsters have to tell you : ‘We have chosen your home as a venue for our partying, dancing, drug-taking and fornicating.’ Or a Christian family has to request you : ‘We would like to use your home as a venue for our church ceremony : The marriage of our daughter as well as the baptism of our grandchild.

We have already obtained the consent of one of our priests.’ Or some idol-worshippers have to suggest : ‘We would like to carry out some of our religious rites in your home. We would like to bring our idols also. You are more than welcome to observe or participate in our rites. ’

Many Muslims, on hearing such requests, will get very angry; will express disgust – if not swear and curse such suggestions.

However, these very same Muslims who will even resort to swearing and cursing such proposals, invite into their homes all of the above by the switch of the television, by hiring English and Hindi films and DVDs and downloading porn and other films from the Internet. There is so much of adultery, partying and other filth that we seem to just welcome into our homes – least realizing the consequences.

Just to give you one example and this is but the tip of the iceberg – and it is said with the intention of removing the blindfold that most parents wear :

A father of four children mentioned to me that he had got rid of his television and he thereafter explained why.

He said that late one night he heard strange noises from his children’s room. On opening the door of their room, he found their television switched on.

This is our concept of modesty , parents must have their own television, to view all kinds of filthy programmes in their privacy, and children must have their own television to view all kinds of indecency in their privacy (Na-uzu Billah).

The father mentioned that there were dirty and obscene scenes of naked people on the television screen. He mentioned that it was filthy and that it shocked him; but what had him even more shaken was that his children were all undressed, engaging in the same kind of indecent acts.

They were imitating the pornography they were viewing. He said himself, that until then he had not considered the harm of television. It took this kind of incident to wake him up. This is just one example of so many. Do we wish to face something similar ?

Do we care to even know what our sons and daughters are doing in the secrecy of their rooms ? The fact that many demand that no one ‘invade’ their space and privacy to the extent of having ‘No Entry’ signs on their doors, should have parents a little more than worried especially if they are viewing television and are surfing the net or have free access with cell phones.

Many have written, that after watching certain films or programmes, the desire came strongly into their hearts to take drugs, drink liquor, murder their parents, indulge in homosexuality, engage in adulterous relationships, commit suicide, rape, and so much else – and many of them do so.

Moreover, with sins like television and evil, lustful glancing, Allah Ta’ala removes the love between husband and wife and even ones children become disobedient.

There are many husbands who entertain thoughts of and fantasize of other women when with their wives. And they will when they are watching different actresses and television presenters.

Many wives are guilty of the same infidelity having seen or socialized with ghair-mahareem. Many women are so infatuated and obsessed with some soccer player or cricket player that they become dissatisfied with their husbands, and spend their time fantasizing.

Had the person not viewed all those ghair-mahareem (impermissible women) on the television screen and computer screen, and had lowered his gaze in real life situations, then he would not have desired that which he cannot have, and there would not have been dissatisfaction with his (or her) spouse.

Moreover we complain that there is no barkat in our homes; there is no barkat in our wealth; there is no barkat in our time. Our children are rebellious. The husband is having an extra-marital relationship. The daughter has accepted Christianity. The son is on drugs and the list of complaints does not end.

Then who is to blame except the one who brought all of this Haraam into the home by purchasing the television and exposing the family to so much of sin.

Great ‘Ulama became Bay’at upon the hands of Maulana Hakeem Fakhrudeen (Rahmatullah ‘alaih). He mentioned that there was a time, that with the rising and setting of the sun, he saw nothing but noor in Surat.

The atmosphere was one of noor. The day commenced with Salaah, Tilawat, Zikrullah.

After the cinemas and television and videos flooded Surat, there was nothing but ‘zulmat’ (darkness).

With the distraction of such entertainment, Ibaadah becomes a forgotten duty.

One Wali of Allah Ta’ala, on visiting a home, mentioned that he perceived the sin of Zina (adultery) from the walls of that home. He was able to recognize this due to the purity of his heart. The residents of that home were not indulging in adultery but they were watching the sin on television.

When fire burns against a white wall, it blackens the wall. The Ahle-Dil (pious people), with their purified hearts, see the fire of sins which has burnt and blackened the white hearts of the Muslims.

Would that we take lesson and take measures to protect ourselves and our children.

22 Zul Qa’dh 1443 – 23 June 2022

Islam vs. Modern Scientism: Is the Heart Merely an Organ?

By Bheria -June 20, 2022

The modern world is heartless. Not only in the symbolic sense – as the capitalistic system keeps destroying nature and dehumanizing men – but also quite literally.

Where the likes of philosopher Aristotle and physician Galen deemed the heart to be the central seat of intelligence, emotion, and soul, modernity limits the heart to being a mere bodily organ.

Of course it’s an important organ, pumping blood throughout the entire human body. However it’s no longer seen as the “spiritual center” of man, as it was in traditional civilizations.

This desacralization happened in the seventeenth century, with physician William Harvey and philosopher René Descartes (“the father of modern philosophy”). The two may have had diverging views but ultimately both gave it a materialistic interpretation – naturally espousing the mechanistic paradigm of the day, something that Descartes would popularize way beyond the field of anatomy alone.

Even if Descartes’ views of the heart were not entirely factual (as Danish bishop Nicolas Steno would show during these same years), the materialistic and mechanistic approach of the heart triumphed.

It’s just an organ.

Of course, as German philosopher Ernst Cassirer has discussed, language itself is deeply rooted in myth and poetry. Therefore secularization couldn’t enact its materialistic demolition job completely. And till today, even in the secular West, an expression such as the “heart of a matter” means the center, most important or innermost part of the said matter. The heart is still used, often crudely, in romantic movies and songs as a spiritual symbol of love, and not as “just an organ.”

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The Heart in Islam: More Than Just a Blood Pumping Organ

In numerous Qur’anic ayat and authentic ahadith we gain an understanding of the heart which goes far beyond its mere physiological functions.

For instance, in the Qur’an (2:74) we read:

Even then your hearts became hardened like a rock or even harder, for some rocks gush rivers; others split, spilling water; while others are humbled in awe of Allah. And Allah is never unaware of what you do.

We also read in the Qur’an (13:27-28):

The disbelievers say, “If only a sign could be sent down to him from his Lord.” Say, ˹O Prophet,˺ “Indeed, Allah leaves to stray whoever He wills, and guides to Himself whoever turns to Him— those who believe and whose hearts find comfort in the remembrance of Allah. Surely in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find comfort.

There are also many other Qur’anic ayat on the subject.

As for authentic ahadith, we find in Sahih al-Bukhari (52):

Narrated An-Nu’man bin Bashir:

I heard Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) saying, ‘Both legal and illegal things are evident but in between them there are doubtful (suspicious) things and most of the people have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from these suspicious things saves his religion and his honor. And whoever indulges in these suspicious things is like a shepherd who grazes (his animals) near the Hima (private pasture) of someone else and at any moment he is liable to get in it. (O people!) Beware! Every king has a Hima and the Hima of Allah on the earth is His illegal (forbidden) things. Beware! There is a piece of flesh in the body if it becomes good (reformed) the whole body becomes good but if it gets spoilt the whole body gets spoilt and that is the heart.

And in Sahih Muslim (2564):

Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) as saying:

Verily Allah does not look to your faces and your wealth but He looks to your heart and to your deeds.

We could quote many more textual evidences, but in essence what we derive from both the Qur’an and the ahadith is that the heart is a spiritual center, as well as the seat of emotions and intelligence (beyond rationality).

It is not merely a physical organ which pumps blood through the circulatory system.

We can also quote an uncountable number of classical scholars of Islam regarding the importance of the heart.

Of course, all of this suffices for us as Muslims. We do not take modern science as a benchmark or determining factor in such religious matters…

But still, what if the latest academic research reaffirms the Islamic perspective?

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Heart Transplants and “Cellular Memory”

In 2000, three authors associated with American universities penned an article titled Changes in Heart Transplant Recipients That Parallel the Personalities of Their Donors for the Integrative Medicine journal.

They studied many cases and directly interviewed not only transplant recipients but also their families and friends, and also those of the donors. They claimed that the transplant recipient very often replicated some of the donor’s most unique behavioral traits – as if there was some sort of experiential or emotional transfer which had occurred.

They write:

Two to 5 parallels per case were observed between changes following surgery and the histories of the donors. Parallels included changes in food, music, art, sexual, recreational, and career preferences, as well as specific instances of perceptions of names and sensory experiences related to the donors (e.g., one donor was killed by a gun shot to the face; the recipient had dreams of seeing hot flashes of light in his face)

The authors called this “cellular memory” and gave the example of Claire Sylvia. She wrote a whole book called A Change of Heart explaining how she’d basically replicated her dead donor’s experiences. For instance adapting the donor’s eating habits, which previously repulsed her (such as consuming fast foods and beer).

As we’ve mentioned, they studied many cases. They provide many examples, but as it would be too lengthy to go into detail, there’s a summary here found in Table 2:

These are all marked behavioral traits which must have passed on from the donor to the transplant recipient. These can’t be “coincidental” at all.

A possible counter-argument could be: perhaps transplanting other organs, such as kidneys, would work too? The authors dismiss this possibility on p. 72:

They were usually transitory and could be associated with medications and other factors of transplantation. The findings for heart transplants appear more robust and were more strongly associated with the donor’s history. If this observation is verified in future research, the implications for basic physiology as attention and well as clinical medicine could be substantial.

Years later in 2020, Dr. Mitchell Liester (a professor of psychiatry associated with the University of Colorado) released an article for the journal Medical HypothesesPersonality Changes Following Heart Transplantation: The Role of Cellular Memory.

He basically uses the same arguments as the previous authors. But he also brings his own examples and adds perspective from the growing field of epigenetics.

We briefly touched on epigenetics in a previous article. This is a definition provided by a medical website:

Epigenetics is the study of how your behaviors and environment can cause changes that affect the way your genes work. Unlike genetic changes, epigenetic changes are reversible and do not change your DNA sequence, but they can change how your body reads a DNA sequence.

So he goes further than the previous authors. While discussing the matter, he also touches on things such as the DNA, the RNA, or the proteins – but without adding anything new.

The fact that in such a large span of time, nothing new has been added to the discussion reveals how it is still a relatively new field of research. This could possibly be because it’s meeting stern resistance from the wider “scientific” community, due to modern science’s innate materialist bias.

Saying that the heart stores emotions, memories, a certain form of intelligence, and perhaps even the soul, is blasphemy. Besides the soul, the very existence of which they reject, according to them all of these characteristics simply must be associated with the brain.

It’s quite unlikely that the crusaders of scientism will go through an enlightening change of heart on such a matter (and also other such matters). However it certainly reaffirms the Islamic perspective about the heart transcending just its materialist functions. Not that this means much to us as Muslims though, since we already believe firmly in the superiority and truth of Islam.

A Preparation For Leadership

By Shaykh Ali Hammuda18/05/2022

There is a particular prophet to whom the Qur’an has given a noticeable amount of attention. His name is repeated more than any other prophet: around 183 times across 25 different contexts. Not only is his adulthood expounded upon, but so too is his birth, the events that led up to it, his years as a baby, his youth, and onto manhood. In fact, we are even told about his mother, sister, his marriage, and many of the details connected to it such as the dowry that he paid. He is none other than Prophet Mūsā (ʿalayhī al-Salām). 

Allah ﷻ said three things about Mūsā (ʿalayhī al-Salām) that were not said about any other prophet:

The first: 

وَأَلْقَيْتُ عَلَيْكَ مَحَبَّةً مِنِّي

“I cast the garment of love over you”[1] Thus everyone who saw Mūsā loved him. 

The second:  

وَلِتُصْنَعَ عَلَى عَيْنِي

“…in order that you may be brought up under My Eye.”

The third:

 وَاصْطَنَعْتُكَ لِنَفْسِي

“And I have prepared you for Myself.”

Indeed, there is a category of human beings, the allies of Allah, whom Allah selects, nurtures, guides, defends and prepares for Himself, and Mūsā was one of them. No aspect of Mūsā was for the dunyā (this world). His heart, soul, hopes and aspirations, his very essence were all entirely for Allah. 

Speaking about the verse “and I have prepared you for Myself”, Shaykh al-Saʿdī said:

وإذا كان الحبيب إذا أراد اصطناع حبيبه من المخلوقين، وأراد أن يبلغ من الكمال المطلوب له ما يبلغ، يبذل غاية جهده، ويسعى نهاية ما يمكنه في إيصاله لذلك، فما ظنك بصنائع الرب القادر الكريم، وما تحسبه يفعل بمن أراده لنفسه، واصطفاه من خلقه؟

“When a person wishes to nurture his beloved one from human mortals, wanting to raise him to the levels of perfection, he exerts every effort to help him attain it. So, what then of Allah’s doings – The Most Able, The Most Generous – for a person whom He wants for Himself and has selected from all of creation?”[2]

Prophet Mūsā; by Allah and for Allah

“And I have prepared you for myself” – These words fell onto the ears of Prophet Mūsā when he needed them the most. With hardly any provisions, he and his wife fled Egypt, when during the journey a glimmer of light in the distance caught their attention. He said to her: 

امْكُثُوا إِنِّي آنَسْتُ نَارًا لَعَلِّي آتِيكُمْ مِنْهَا بِقَبَسٍ أَوْ أَجِدُ عَلَى النَّارِ هُدًى

“Stay here; I have perceived a fire; perhaps I can bring you a torch or find at the fire some guidance.” [3]

Unbeknown to him, Mūsā was in fact making his way towards an appointment with Allah. No sooner did he arrive than he heard his name being announced; “O Mūsā, Indeed I am Allah”. The Prophet Mūsā was tasked with prophethood, hearing the words of his Lord directly. During that perfect night and magnificent hour, answers were finally revealed to Mūsā relating to his life-long suffering.

The Prophet Mūsā was born with a death warrant to his name, for in the law of Egypt, every new-born baby boy was to be executed. This left his mother with no option but to place him in a cot, with him in it, on to the river Nile. Nevertheless, it found its way to the doorstep of  Pharaoh’s palace, whose wife fell in love with the baby Mūsā, and so Mūsā grew up within the Pharaoh’s quarters and at his expense. Years later, Prophet Mūsā accidently claimed the life of an Egyptian, forcing him to flee Egypt to escape  yet another death warrant. During his travels, Mūsā faced starvation and was pushed to his physical limits. Eventually, he found refuge and even marriage, though at the price of 10 years’ worth of labour, to then set off to another unknown future. 

Up until this conversation with Allah, Mūsā had no idea why he had endured all this hardship. Now, however, it all made sense. None of it was accidental and none of it was in vain. There, in the sacred valley of Ṭuwa, as Mūsā stared into the heavens, absorbed by the majestic voice of Allah, the puzzle of his life was finally solved, as he was told: “And I have prepared you for myself”

During this glorious conversation, Prophet Mūsā’s ordeals were recounted to him, to make manifest how each and every phase of His life was divinely planned, even the ones which he was far too young to remember, to bring him to this predestined moment. He heard:

قَدْ أُوتِيتَ سُؤْلَكَ يَا مُوسَى (36) وَلَقَدْ مَنَنَّا عَلَيْكَ مَرَّةً أُخْرَىٰ (37) إِذْ أَوْحَيْنَا إِلَىٰ أُمِّكَ مَا يُوحَىٰ (38) أَنِ اقْذِفِيهِ فِي التَّابُوتِ فَاقْذِفِيهِ فِي الْيَمِّ فَلْيُلْقِهِ الْيَمُّ بِالسَّاحِلِ يَأْخُذْهُ عَدُوٌّ لِّي وَعَدُوٌّ لَّهُ ۚ وَأَلْقَيْتُ عَلَيْكَ مَحَبَّةً مِّنِّي وَلِتُصْنَعَ عَلَىٰ عَيْنِي (39) إِذْ تَمْشِي أُخْتُكَ فَتَقُولُ هَلْ أَدُلُّكُمْ عَلَىٰ مَن يَكْفُلُهُ ۖ فَرَجَعْنَاكَ إِلَىٰ أُمِّكَ كَيْ تَقَرَّ عَيْنُهَا وَلَا تَحْزَنَ ۚ وَقَتَلْتَ نَفْسًا فَنَجَّيْنَاكَ مِنَ الْغَمِّ وَفَتَنَّاكَ فُتُونًا ۚ فَلَبِثْتَ سِنِينَ فِي أَهْلِ مَدْيَنَ ثُمَّ جِئْتَ عَلَىٰ قَدَرٍ يَا مُوسَىٰ (40) وَاصْطَنَعْتُكَ لِنَفْسِي

“Your request has been granted O Mūsā. And we have shown our favour upon you yet another time. When we inspired your mother with what we inspired, saying ‘Put him inside the casket and place it onto the river and the river will throw it on the bank, and there, an enemy to Me and an enemy to him will take him.’ And I cast the garment of love over you in order that you may be brought up under My eye. When your sister went and said, ‘Shall I direct you to someone who can nurse him?’ So, We restored you to your mother so that her eye may cool and not grieve. And you killed someone, but We saved you from retaliation and we tested you with a severe test. And you remained for some years among the people of Madyan. Then you came here at the decreed time, O Moses. And I have prepared you for Myself.”[4]

It turns out that Mūsā was being prepared all along by Allah to be for Allah. As a result, Allah was aided him, navigating him through every hardship, guided his every decision, supported him against his enemies, and will – on the Day of Reckoning – give him security, before granting him entry into the uppermost stations in paradise. 

What about us? 

Naturally, a Muslim who reads this will ask: Can I, too, receive a portion of this? Can I, too, become amongst those who are prepared by Allah to be exclusively for Him, and thus guided in the confusing times of today, and given security and Jannah tomorrow? This is a perfectly valid question to ask, as those who suffer in Allah’s cause want assurances that their suffering is not in vain. Such signs do exist, and what better way to discover them than to peruse  some of the features of Prophet Mūsā that qualified Him for this station of “I have prepared you for Myself.”

1: An unquenchable thirst for knowledge

So intense was Mūsā’s yearning for knowledge that when he came to learn of a righteous man who was based at “the junction of the two seas” who has new knowledge, he wasted no time, packed his bags and set out on a quest to find him, saying: 

لَا أَبْرَحُ حَتَّى أَبْلُغَ مَجْمَعَ الْبَحْرَيْنِ أَوْ أَمْضِيَ حُقُبًا

“I will not give up travelling until I reach the junction of the two seas, even if it takes me years.”[5]

After tracking him down following an arduous journey, Mūsā asked the wise man:

هَلْ أَتَّبِعُكَ عَلَى أَنْ تُعَلِّمَنِ مِمَّا عُلِّمْتَ رُشْدًا

“May I follow you so that you can teach me some of the right guidance you have been taught?’[6]

So, a person who is being prepared by Allah to be for Allah searches for this sign within himself; the levels of eagerness to learn, as Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said: 

مَنْ يُرِدِ اللهُ بِهِ خَيْرًا يُفَقِّهْهُ في الدِّينِ

“When Allah wants good for a person, He gives him understanding of the religion.”[7]

2: A commitment to worship (ʿibādah) in all circumstances and it all of its forms 

The very first instruction given by Allah to Prophet Mūsā was: 

فَاعْبُدْنِي وَأَقِمِ الصَّلَاةَ لِذِكْرِي 

“…so worship me and establish the prayer for my remembrance.”[8]

That he did, never forgetting this instruction even during the darkest moments in his life. In fact, on the eve of their escape from the Pharaoh, Mūsā and Hārūn were instructed by Allah to:

 تَبَوَّأَا لِقَوْمِكُمَا بِمِصْرَ بُيُوتًا وَاجْعَلُوا بُيُوتَكُمْ قِبْلَةً وَأَقِيمُوا الصَّلَاةَ وَبَشِّرِ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ

“Provide homes for your people in Egypt, and make your homes into places of worship, and establish the prayer, and give good news to the believers.”[9]

So, one who is being prepared by Allah to be for Allah is an exemplary worshipper, remembering Allah when others forget, fasting when people feast, and praying when others are asleep. 

3: A fearless acknowledgement of personal error 

Never did Mūsā shy away from confessing his faults nor did he ever delay making amends. Having underestimated his own strength, Mūsā accidently killed an Egyptian in his attempt to break up a fight. At once he said: 

هَذَا مِنْ عَمَلِ الشَّيْطَانِ إِنَّهُ عَدُوٌّ مُضِلٌّ مُبِينٌ (15) قَالَ رَبِّ إِنِّي ظَلَمْتُ نَفْسِي فَاغْفِرْ لِي فَغَفَرَ لَهُ إِنَّهُ هُوَ الْغَفُورُ الرَّحِيمُ

“This is from the work of shayṭān; surely he is an enemy, openly leading astray. He said, ‘My Lord, indeed I have wronged myself, so forgive me’ and He forgave him. Indeed, He is the Forgiving, the Merciful.” [10]

Similarly, when Mūsā returned to his community from a short journey and saw that they had fallen to idolatry in his absence, he erupted in rage, threw down the scrolls of revelation, and gripped his older brother, Hārūn, by his hair and beard for not preventing this. Hārūn, however, explained that they had oppressed him and were on the verge of killing him. At once, Mūsā settled, picked up the scrolls, acknowledged his fault and made amends by saying: 

رَبِّ اغْفِرْ لِي وَلِأَخِي وَأَدْخِلْنَا فِي رَحْمَتِكَ وَأَنْتَ أَرْحَمُ الرَّاحِمِينَ

“My Lord, forgive me and my brother and admit us into Your mercy, for You are the Most merciful of those who show mercy.”[11]

So, a sign to look out for within yourself is your reaction upon learning of an Islamic ruling that clashes with your comforts, or upon receiving advice. Those who are being prepared by Allah to be for Allah willingly submit to Islam’s guidelines, accept advice gratefully, and amend their conduct whatever the cost.   

4: An unbreakable ethic of patience 

Both before and after his exit from Egypt, Mūsā faced harm at every level but was only every seen behaving patiently. In fact, so exemplary was it that Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, in the face of harm, often remembered Mūsā’s patience, saying:

رحِمَ الله موسى، قد أوذي بأكثر من هذا فصبر

“May Allah have mercy on Mūsā. He was harmed more than this but was patient.”[12]

5: A longing to be of service to others

Mūsā saw a fight and immediately endeavoured to settle it. He saw two women amongst a crowd who wanted to water their flock, and so he fought the crowds and watered their flock on their behalf. In fact, even during his quest for knowledge, he witnessed behaviour from his mentor which he perceived to be unjust, and so he vocalised his objection. 

If you are in the process of being prepared by Allah to be exclusively for Allah, you will find yourself committed to an ethic of excellence and of service to others, just as Allah said about Mūsā:

وَلَمَّا بَلَغَ أَشُدَّهُ وَاسْتَوَى آتَيْنَاهُ حُكْمًا وَعِلْمًا وَكَذَلِكَ نَجْزِي الْمُحْسِنِينَ

“And when he reached full strength and maturity, We gave him wisdom and knowledge. This is how We reward those who do good.”[13]

A paradigm shift in perspective 

The Prophet ﷺ said:

أَنْتُمْ مُوفُونَ سَبْعِينَ أُمَّةً أَنْتُمْ خَيْرُهَا وَأَكْرَمُهَا عَلَى اللَّهِ عَزَّ وَجَلَّ

“You are the last of 70 nations. You are however, in Allah’s sight, the greatest and most honourable of them all.”[14]

Nevertheless, this favoured nation finds itself bleeding profusely from every one of its limbs; the ethnic cleansing of Uyghur Muslims in China; the on-going plight of the Rohingyas in Myanmar; a seemingly impending genocide of Muslims in India; abandoned scholars within the dungeons of Saudi Arabia; Yemen’s existential famine crisis; the decade long war on Syria’s people; the occupation of Palestine with the siege on Gaza; and al-Masjid al-Aqsa that is being desecrated before the eyes of the world. Above this all, however, is a Wise and Able Lord who controls the affairs of life and allows events to unfold the way they do. As for those who ask why, the response is the same as that which was given to Mūsā: “And I have prepared you for Myself”.

The God who said to Mūsā “I cast the garment of love over you” is the same God who said to him “and we tested you with a severe test”. So, Allah’s love and tests are twins; one calls for the other, for “if Allah loves a people, he tests them.”[15]

Just as Mūsā’s suffering was not due to hatred or abandonment, but preparation to lead the children of Israel, this Ummah is to see its trials in the exact same light; preparatory events for our leadership of humanity. That process of preparation will be no different to that of Mūsā who was separated from his mother and loved ones for a period of time, and likewise we, too, will be separated from people we love, whether scholars or their likes, and places we love, whether al-Aqsa or its likes. Mūsā, however, was reunited with his loved ones, and we, too, will be reunited with our loved ones and loved places. The peril of the Nile that baby Mūsā floated away on is no less than the perils we face from the Islamophobia today. However, the shores of the Nile were nearby for Mūsā, and our shores, as promised by Allah, are also nearby.

إِنَّ ٱلَّذِينَ يُحَآدُّونَ ٱللَّهَ وَرَسُولَهُۥٓ أُو۟لَـٰٓئِكَ فِى ٱلْأَذَلِّينَ 

“Those who oppose Allah and His Messenger will be among the most humiliated.”[16]

كَتَبَ ٱللَّهُ لَأَغْلِبَنَّ أَنَا۠ وَرُسُلِىٓ ۚ إِنَّ ٱللَّهَ قَوِىٌّ عَزِيزٌۭ

“Allah has decreed, ‘I and My messengers will certainly prevail.’ Surely Allah is All-Powerful, Almighty.”[17]


[1] Al-Qur’an, 20:39

[2] Tafsīr al-Saʿdī

[3] Al-Qur’an, 20:10

[4] Al-Qur’an, 20:41

[5] Al-Qur’an, 18:60

[6] Al-Qur’an, 18:66

[7] Al-Bukhārī and Muslim, on the authority of Muʿāwiyah

[8] Al-Qur’an, 20:14

[9] Al-Qur’an, 10:87

[10] Al-Qur’an, 28:15-16

[11] Al-Qur’an, 7:151

[12] Al-Bukhārī and Muslim, on the authority of Ibn Masʿūd

[13] Al-Qur’an, 28:14

[14] Ibn Mājah, on the authority of Muʿāwiyah 

[15] Al-Tirmidhī, on the authority of Anas

[16] Al-Qur’an, 58:20

[17] Al-Qur’an, 58:21

Shaykh Ali Hammuda

Shaykh Ali Ihsan Hammuda is Islam21c’s Tarbiya Editor. A UK national of Palestinian origin, he gained bachelors and masters’ degrees in Architecture & Planning from the University of the West of England, before achieving a BA in Shari’ah from al-Azhar University in Egypt. He is currently based in Wales and is a visiting Imām at Al-Manar Centre in Cardiff, and also a senior researcher and lecturer for the Muslim Research & Development Foundation in London. Shaykh Ali is the author of several books including ‘The Daily Revivals’, ‘The Ten Lanterns’ and ‘The Friday Reminder’. He delivers sermons, lectures and regular classes across the country.

BROTHEL SCHOOLS

BROTHEL SCHOOLS – ZINA IN THE MAKING

“DO NOT COME NEAR TO ZINA!” (Qur’aan)

The following letter from a Sister speaks volumes for the KUFR of parents – for the zina-training parents mete out to their children cast into the cauldron of filth and zina by their own parents. The letter is reproduced verbatim.

Assalaamualaikumwa rahmatullahi wabarakathuhu

21 Shawwal 1443 ( 23 May 2022

Below is a message I received from one of my students.

“Apa, today   Aamina came home and told me that another boy in her class said to her when they big they must go for coffee and he will get a fast car for her and they must find a place to live together.  He also said to her that he wants a baby with her and this is soo shocking, they are grade R kids.

I was against sending her to school from the beginning because of fear of what goes on.  (Yet you sent her to the brothel! You paved the pathway of Jahannam for her—The Majlis)

I just wanted to share this with apa.”

Few weeks back I received the following messages from elsewhere. It’s forwarded as received.

“[4/27, 10:05 PM] .: PLEASE LADIES TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY.

THERE IS MUCH ASSAULT FROM SHAYTAAN AND HIS HELPERS FROM ALL SIDES AND COMING RELENTLESSLY.

*PLEASE PLEASE PRIORITIZE YOUR KIDS!!!*

[4/27, 10:05 PM]

I would like to share with you an experience I had today.

While teaching my grade 7 class about Bulooghat and the different ways in which a girl can reach maturity we happened upon  wet dream. And ofcourse this set off a flurry of questions from the girls.  (You were utterly shameless. Your Imaan must  be in an advanced degree of  putrefaction  to enable you to  be so shameless  with a group of girls already set on the pathway of prostitution and zina—The Majlis)

One Question that took me by surprise was not the LGBTQ one no… that one I was ready and well prepared for.

The one that hit me for a six was whether it is haraam to have intercourse with a dog and why it is haraam if you are not harming anyone.

If you have intercourse with a dog and fall pregnant, will you give birth to a werewolf. That would be awesome sight?

Our children have been exposed too much, much more than we realize and it has been glamorized by movies and series Teen Wolf and Twilight and all those things.

We don’t realize the damage.

I did not know how deeply morally corrupt and depraved the world is out there and how they literally prey on the minds of young children and chipping away at their imaan until now.

That bestiality can become attractive to them is so much more beyond our dilemma with LGBTQ. May Allah protect our children. (Your dua is empty, devoid of  sincere substance. Parents are aware  that there daughters are  well on the way of zina and prostitution, but they  choose to remain blind  because of their  own worldly and nafsaani pursuits. Their Imaan  has been extinguished. While they  deceive themselves and others to portray themselves as Muslims, they are actually kuffaar – The Majlis)

[4/27, 10:05 PM] .: Slmz mums hope u all well

So after reading yesterday story… I tawt I’d share this with the mums just so we can be on an alert mkde with our kids and cell phones  (These mums are rubbishes. They  have  the tendencies of prostitutes, hence they are able to condone the  filth and zina of their children – The Majlis)

My sister teaches grade 4 kids

In Ramadan they had an incident where the boys told some girls about a few inappropriate websites to go see and they even said to them when u watching it dont forget to use cream.

At least the girls were clever enough to tell their mums about the incident but unfortunately we living in scary times…. (The scare is the  making of the parents who are  first class RUBBISHES! –The Majlis)

We just need to be sooo careful with what our kids get upto on the fones.   (Don’t acquit yourself with stupid advice. Parents have placed devices of zina and porn into the hands of their children, so don’t proffer stupid advice! – The Majlis)

Also there’s only so much u can control but these things are happening these days and its as small as grade 4 kids.”  (You are satanically wrong. Parents have full control over their children. But for their own  evil motives and goals they cast their children into the cauldrons of immorality and zina. – The Majlis)

I am at a loss of words. When are our Muslim parents going to realize that Imaan and Akhlaaq are superior  “School”. Actually, parents are finding it increasingly difficult to take responsibility and nurture their children. It’s just simpler for them to send the children out to schools and madrassas so that they out of their way- nevermind the ruining of Imaan and Akhlaaq. Muslim parents have forgotten that children are our Amaanat and a means of our salvation or destruction.

The best advice The Majlis gave us is not to allow our children to mix with other children freely and not to send them out of the home to learn if they will end up mixing with other children otherwise their Akhlaaq will be ruined.

23 Shawwaal 1443 – 25 May 2022

La ilaha il lallaah 70,000 times

Hadhrat Shaikh Abu Yazeed Qurtubi (rahmatullah alayh) narrates:

“I saw in a Hadith that whoever recites La ilaha il lallaah 70,000 times will be saved from Jahannum. With the intention of gaining the barkat, I recited this amal a few times.

During that time a lad was living with us in the same place. Despite his youth everyone respected him. It was well-known that sometimes Jannat and Jahannum would be revealed to him. However, I entertained some doubts about the lad.

Some Brothers had invited us for meals. The young man also accompanied us.

Suddenly, the lad made a fearful sound and let out a piercing cry, and he exclaimed: “My mother is in the Fire!” I said to myself: “Today I shall test the truthfulness of this young man.” I made dua asking Allah Ta’ala to bestow the reward of one of my acts of 70,000 La ilaha il lallaah to the lad’s mother and to save her from Jahannum. I said to myself that this Hadith is Saheeh (Authentic), and the narrators are all truthful. Even before I had completed my supplication, the young man exclaimed with delight: “O Uncle! My mother has been saved from Jahannum.”

PLACING THE SAHAABAH UNDER SCRUTINY IS KUFR

Question
Our classes have ended. Was visiting a friend and another Moulana was present. He was discussing a paper he had written while studying Takhasusfil Hadith in Binnori Town.
He had written it on the basis of a question he was asked by a friend of his regarding the raawis of Ahaadith. The person asked him as to why the Sahabah were not put under the light of scrutiny because they also committed sins.
He had asked another senior scholar but before the senior scholar could answer the Moulana mentioned his own response that when it comes to sins there are 2 types: 

  1. Sins that happen due to the nafs, lust and desire.
  2. Sins that would be to sabotage the Deen or attributing a lie towards Nabi (sallallahu alayhi wasallam).
    The first type was possible by them, but the second type is something that is unexpected of them (the Sahaabah).
    The senior scholar told him this is correct.
    After the paper was submitted our Jalalayin teacher and also the Nazim for the Iftaa Department) rejected the Moulana’s paper and said we will attach another reason towards their actions. This was all in 2015. I told the brother that we had been by our teacher. Allah Ta’ala had caused these things to be committed by the Sahaabah. These were things that were against the Shaan of Nabuwwat, hence and for teaching purposes, Allah Ta’ala induced the Sahaabah to commit such acts.
    So the Moulana said yes my class mate gave a similar response but our Aqeedah is that Allah Ta’ala doesn’t force anyone to do anything so they had done it of their own free will. I told him I shall ask my teacher with regards to this because I honestly don’t know. I am still satisfied with the answers the other teachers have given, but want to know if what the Moulana said is correct. Please comment.

Answer
“Why the Sahaabah were not put under the light of scrutiny”: After more than fourteen centuries and after thousands of great, illustrious Fuqaha, Muhadditheen and Mufassireen have flourished and written thousands of volumes on every branch of Islamic knowledge, some non-entity in this belated era in close proximity to Qiyaamah comes up with the question;
“Why the Sahaabah were not put under the light of scrutiny”.

Wallaah! This is a pure shaitaani waswasah. This question never occurred to any of the great Souls of the past nor did Iblees have the courage to present this ishkaal to any of the illustrious Muhadditheen and Fuqaha. A total non-entity of our age deemed it appropriate to fabricate this question. It is the first step in shaitaan’s ploy to attack the Imaan of the person concerned. Shaitaan has designed this snare for the elimination of his Imaan. Furthermore, the attempt to answer this question by categorizing sin into two kinds is nonsensical. It does not answer the shaitaani question. All sins are the products of the nafs, lust and desire. Sins to sabotage the Deen are most certainly sins of the nafs. There is no other fountain for sins other than the nafs. Thus, this answer has no validity. The simple answer to the shaitaani question is
that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) forbid the Ummah from making his Sahaabah targets of criticism. He said:
“Honour my Sahaabah, for verily they are the noblest….”
There is Ijma’ (Con-sensus of the Ummah) on the Adaalat of the Sahaabah. Even the Qur’aan Majeed testifies for the Adaalat of the Sahaabah. It is mentioned in MirqaatulMafaateeh: “ The Sahaabah, all of them, are Udool on the basis of the Kitaab (Qur’aan), Sunnah and Ijmaa’”
There are many Ahaadith to this effect. Putting the Sahaabah under scrutiny will be to put Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) himself under scrutiny. The Hadith to this effect is recited almost every week in the second Jumuah khutbah.
Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had vouched for the uprighteousness, honesty and integrity of his Sahaabah. Therefore, whoever subjects the integrity of the Sahaabah to scrutiny in fact places Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) under the glare of the satanic scrutiny.
If such ‘scrutiny’ had to be accommodated, then the same effects applicable to Ahaadith would have applied to Qur’aanic Aayaat. The same Hadith principles of Saheeh, Dhaeef, etc. would have been applied to the Qur’aan Majeed since it were only Sahaabah who narrated and authenticated the Qur’aanic Aayaat. Some Qur’aanic Aayaat would then be classified ‘dhaeef’ and even ‘maudhoo’.
Only Shiahs are the experts in the satanic science of putting the Sahaabah under the scope of kufr scrutiny. That is precisely their basis for rejecting the authenticity of the Qur’aan Shareef.
The simple answer for the question is that it is a shaitaani waswasah for which Ta’awwuz and Wala houla should be recited to eradicate the thought from the mind.

THE STATUS OF MEDICINE

QUESTION:

May I respectfully enquire about a brother who is ill, and suffering an early level of incapacitation, which can be easily cured by the doctors and available technology at present, with Allah’s guidance and Wisdom.  However, he declines medical intervention and repeatedly refuses to do so, in spite of repeated appeals by the family of the brother and my insignificant self.  May I mention that failing to seek medical intervention, will result in a progressive deterioration of his condition with demise,  The condition is eminently curable, at this stage, Insha Allah, Aameen, and denying early treatment for this condition at present will render delayed therapeutic intervention ineffective. As I view the stance, adopted by the brother, it almost amounts to a focussed intention on self-termination, as I reflect the decision to be.
I will be most grateful for the Mufti Sahab’s learned and correct opinion on these matters?
Answer:
Medical treatment is not Waajib. ‘Demise’ – Maut – comes with precision at its appointed time. Allah Ta’ala says in the Qur’aan Majeed: “No person shall die except with the permission of Allah at the appointed time.” There will be no delay or advance by even a second. Submission to medical treatment or abstention will in no way whatsoever affect the moment of Demise.
A person has the right – Shar’i right – to refuse medical treatment even if the sickness leads to death. This is the unanimous ruling of the Fuqaha of all Math-habs.
This has been the practical attitude of numerous Sahaabah and Auliya. They would refuse medical treatment, rely on Allah Ta’ala (Tawakkul) and accept with Ridha (Pleasure) His decree.
Once when Hadhrat Umar (Radhiyallahu anhu) was severely ill, he was advised to call a hakeem. Ameerul Mu’mineen Hadhrat Umar (Radhiyallahu anhu) responded:
“If I know that the cure for my sickness is to only touch my head, I will then too not do so.”
This was his level of Tawakkul and Ridha Bil Qadha. The attitude of the pious Ulama and Auliya of former times was to generally abstain from medicine. They were pleased with whatever condition Allah Ta’ala decreed for them. There are numerous examples of pious Muslims abstaining from medical treatment.
Besides their attitude of Tawakkul, the Fuqaha have unanimously issued the verdict that medical treatment is not Waajib regardless of the consequences.
This attitude and practice of abstention from medicine and medical treatment is further re-inforced by abstention from even dua for cure. Once a lady suffering from a type of fits came to Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) seeking his dua for cure. Aware of her degree of Taqwa, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) advised her against making dua for cure. While she accepted this advice, she explained that whenever she was apprehended by the fits, she denuded herself of her clothing. She therefore requested our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) to make for her to be saved from this calamity of self-denudation of garments. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) made the requested dua. Her sickness continued, but the problem of the clothes was solved. Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had explained to her the immense rewards of Sabr for bearing the sickness, hence she was pleased to adopt Sabr in lieu of the Rewards of Jannat.
This episode in particular, and the practice of the Auliya in general, adequately explains the insignificance and unimportance of medicine. Nevertheless, we are weaklings with defective Imaan and spiritually barren, hence it is perfectly permissible for us to resort to medicine and medical treatment. We are bereft of the spiritual mettle of the Salafus Saaliheen

FROM THE MAJLIS VOL 26 NUMBER 05

ISLAMIC RULE

A truly Islamic government based on the Shariah and the Sunnah cannot be found in any Muslim country of today. For a successful Islamic government (Khilafate), the essential requisite is a spiritually and morally reformed Islamic ummah. There does not exist any such Islamic ummah anywhere today in the Islamic world. Therefore, even if a pious man or group of Muslims succeed in installing themselves in government, they will not succeed in the endeavour to implement the Shariah because they will be confronted by corrupt Muslim masses who will not allow the Shar’i process to be introduced.
Reformation
It was precisely for the successful implementation of the Shariah that Islamic government was preceded by a thirteen year period of spiritual and moral reformation during the time of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Once the community was Islamically prepared, there was no difficulty in the implementation of the Shariah among the masses.
It was not possible to introduce Islamic Law among masses who are inimical to the Shariah. A people who has become westernized and who has abandoned the Sunnah of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) will sabotage the deeni efforts of benign Islamic rulers. The rulers will be compelled to enlist the services of the un-islamic masses to maintain the working of the country. If those who man the country’s services have no Islamic inclinations and Islamic character, they will resort to a variety of stratagems and co-operate with the enemies to bring about the fall of the Islamic rulers. Roohani and Islaahi training are, therefore, essential for the success of any Islamic government.
Force
It is not possible to implement the shariah in a corrupt community by force. There will be a need for large scale repression, imprisonment and killings if force has to be used to implement the Shariah among a people who has lost its Islamic character. The sunnah way is, therefore, Taleem. Muslims should be educated and the Sunnah explained to them. As long as Muslims do not adopt the Sunnah voluntarily, there is no hope for the success of any Islamic government.
The view of first capturing the means of power and then enforcing the Shariah in an inimical populace is to put the cart before the horse. There is no hope of success.
Muslims are so alienated from Islam, that they will readily vote for an unislamic party or any irreligious group to rule them rather than submit to Shar’i rule. Under such circumstances, one can only expect the wrath of Allah Ta’ala to descend on the Ummat. This is the lamentable plight of the present day Ummah all over the world. Muslims themselves have an aversion for Islam, hence they so quickly adopt foreign and immoral cultures as their ways of life. There is no wonder that so many hardships & disasters are settling over Muslims on all fronts.

AL-HAQ NUMBER 64