The Message Of Safar

The Message Of Safar…
“THERE IS NO CONTAGION” ALL Beliefs, Talks & Fear-Mongering Regarding Contagion Is Pure BALDERDASH!!!
This Is The 1400-Year-Old Message Of Safar!
Nabi (Sallallahu alaihi wasallam) clearly said, “There is NO contagion (of disease), no evil omens (with owls, etc.) and no (bad luck in the month of) Safar.” (Bukhari Shareef)

The Somersaults of the Heart

On one occasion, Sayyidah Ummu Salamah (radhiyallahu ‘anha), the respected wife of Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam), was asked, “Which du‘aa would Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) make the most when he was with you (in your home)?” She replied, “The du‘aa that he would make the most was:

يَا مُقَلِّبَ الْقُلُوْبِ ، ثَبِّتْ قَلْبِيْ عَلَى دِيْنِكَ

Transliteration: Ya Muqallibal Quloob! Sabbit qalbee ‘alaa deenik

Translation: O the Turner of hearts! Keep my heart firm on Your Deen!”

Sayyidah Ummu Salamah (radhiyallahu ‘anha) asked Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) as to why he made this du‘aa in such abundance. He replied, “O Ummu Salamah (radhiyallahu ‘anha)! Every person’s heart is in the complete control of Allah Ta‘ala. Whomsoever Allah Ta‘ala wishes, He keeps steadfast, and whomsoever He wishes, He allows to go astray.” (Sunan Tirmizi #3522)

In the Arabic language, the verb ‘qalaba’ means ‘to turn around’ or ‘turn over’ (e.g. to turn something upside-down). Hence, the heart is called ‘qalb’ in Arabic as the nature of the heart is such that in a mere ‘heartbeat’, it can take a complete u-turn and have a complete turnaround. From being interested, it can suddenly lose interest. From being happy, it can suddenly become sad. From feeling motivated, it can suddenly feel lethargic and depressed. From having conviction, it can suddenly be plagued with doubts and insecurities.

From this, we understand the great importance of safeguarding the heart from elements that influence it towards evil and tempt it towards haraam and sin. For instance, just one stolen glance at a non-mahram is more dangerous and fatal to the heart than even a poisonous arrow. The poison of this glance penetrates deeply, and from loving the halaal spouse, the heart suddenly takes a u-turn and begins to pine for the haraam stranger.

Likewise, one casual conversation or interaction with a stranger, whether in person or through social media, novels, movies, etc. is sufficient to capsize the heart. A person previously had strong imaan and complete conviction in Allah Ta‘ala, but after being exposed to corrupt ideologies, his heart turns and is now besieged with doubts regarding Allah Ta‘ala and Islam. From being a strong, committed Muslim, he becomes a borderline atheist (if not an outright atheist – may Allah Ta‘ala save us and our families!) – all because he did not safeguard his heart.

Therefore, through making this du‘aa, Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) taught the Ummah that together with safeguarding the heart from external influences, we should always ask Allah Ta‘ala to keep our hearts stable and firm on Deen. If our hearts remain firm on Deen throughout our lives, then insha-Allah, we will be able to remain away from sins and will pass away while being firm on Deen and imaan.

Sayyiduna Anas (radhiyallahu ‘anhu) also reports that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) would make this du‘aa in abundance. (Sunan Tirmizi #2140) Hence, in this era of severe imaani challenges, we should all try to make this du‘aa as often as possible, and should teach it to our children as well.


A Brother from the U.S.A. writes:

Q. Muslims get attacked while other Muslims do absolutely nothing. Then they conveniently  choose to say: “This is the will of Allah.”, to justify their inaction. Even Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had sent  out war  contingents over the death of one Muslim. Now, today in this age, the kuffaar, mainly the U.S.A. slaughtered thousands of Muslims, and there is no response to   such atrocities.

  When Muslims in the U.S. overlook the actions of this government, it is an absurdity, cowardice or even nifaaq. When Muslims suffer financial hardship, they take action, even haram action to get more money. But when it concerns  the tyranny of America on Muslims, there is no action. All of a sudden it is the  divine decree.

   Please elaborate. I don’t want to be holding on to erroneous and kufr views. If I am wrong, correct me.


At the outset, understand well, that in this age Muslims are not Muslims.  The vast majority of the Ummah consists of  zanaadaqah, modernists, munaafiqeen and  such persons whose Imaan is grossly deficient.  Morally Muslims are bankrupt. Thus they lack  spiritual stamina  (roohaaniyat).

   While  your sentiments are correct and a sign of healthy Imaan, you have  not  comprehended the practicality of  instituting action against the kuffaar by ordinary people. Consider your own example. You  quite rightly  are concerned and emotionally feel for  Muslims suffering under kuffaar  oppression. Despite this, you are unable to  do anything against the kuffaar oppressors, and  according to the Shariah you as an individual are not required to do anything besides Sabr (Patience) and Dua.

   The very same applies to all other individuals who, despite suffering emotionally  for  the oppressed Muslims, find themselves impotent to react. The obligation of  aiding Muslims  against kuffaar oppression is the incumbent duty of  Muslim  rulers and governments. But unfortunately  all rulers and governments today in  control of Muslim countries are themselves kuffaar. Instead of  aiding and defending Muslims, they  aid the kuffaar to further oppress Muslims.

   While it is easy to say that Muslims should take action, the question is that in the current scenario how should Muslim  individuals take action? How can individual Muslims such as yourself take action against America  for its tyranny? How can ordinary individuals take action against the American government, military and armed forces?

   Undoubtedly, whatever happens  is by the decree of Allah Azza Wa Jal whether it is  the weakness and impotency of Muslims or the zulm (oppression)  and tyranny of the kuffaar. All of it is the decree of Allah Ta’ala. It is not a case of “a sudden divine decree being the subject matter”.  It is always the decree of Allah Ta’ala. The Qur’aan Majeed states:  “Not a leaf drops (from a tree) but Allah is aware.” “Nothing is hidden from your Rabb be it  the tiniest particle in the earth or in the heaven, but it is  recorded in a Clear Book.”

Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) during the  second phase of Nubuwwat in Madinah was in position to send out expeditions on Jihad missions. But in Makkah, he  was unable to do so, hence the Fardh requisite  during the Makki period was only Sabr, Salaat and self-reformation. Our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Sahaabah  suffered in silence and with patience the persecution, torture and oppression of the kuffaar for more than a decade in Makkah. They attributed their suffering and their weakness to Allah Ta’ala – to His decree.

   Reminding them of this condition of weakness, the Qur’aan Majeed states:

        “And, remember when you were a small band, oppressed in the land. You feared that the people (the mushrikeen)  would snatch you (uproot you), then Allah gave you succour, and He aided you with help from Him, and He  provided  for you Tayyibaat (wholesome food) so that you be grateful.”

    So weak and fearful  was Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Sahaabah  during the initial phase of Nubuwwat in Makkah  that they would perform Salaat in secret in a house, without  reciting the Qiraa’t  audibly. That is why the Qiraa’t to this day in Zuhr and Asr is recited inaudibly. What practical alternative is there for individuals – ordinary lay people  – besides Sabr? Sabr was the advice of  Nabi Musa (Alayhis salaam) when Fir’oun was engaging in slaughtering all the male babies of Bani Israaeel. They were helpless.  Their helplessness imposed Sabr and Dua on them, and this was by the decree of Allah Ta’ala.  Allah Ta’ala has willed such inaction of Bani Israeel at the time when they were being brutally oppressed, persecuted and slaughtered. The Qur’aan is replete with the command and advice of Sabr.



According to a narration recorded in Saheeh Muslim, the great Sahaabi and military general who had conquered vast swathes of lands for the Ummah, Hadhrat Sa’d ibn Abi Waqqaas (radhiyallahu anhu), had abandoned society and taken to herding camels and sheep in isolation. His son came one day to deliver some Naseehat to his father and to criticize him for his seclusion. 
Hadhrat Sa’d ibn AbiWaqqaas (radhiyallahu anhu) reacted with a punch to his chest. First, he sought refuge with Allah Ta’ala. Then, after allowing his son to say his piece, he delivered a blow to his son’s chest, before proceeding to tell him to shut up. Finally, he finished him off with the following statement of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam):
“Indeed, Allah loves the servant who has Taqwa, is rich (in the soul), and is hidden (from the people).”

In the commentary of this Hadith in Mirqaatul-Mafaateeh, it states:

“Indeed, Allah loves the servant who has Taqwa. That is, the one who steers clear of the Haraam and Doubtful matters, and he (even) refrains from (much of) what is desirable (to the nafs), and permissible.
(As for) “Richness”: An-Nawawi (Rahmatullah alayh)  said: “The intent of richness is richness of the soul. This is the richness that is desired due to his (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) saying: “(True) Richness is richness of the soul.”…
(As for) “Hidden”: (It refers to) The unknown person who is dedicated to the worship of his Rabb and occupied in matters related to (the perfection of) his soul.”

from the majlis 26-01


A Brother from the U.S.A. explaining the putrid and disgusting state of Muslims in the U.S.A., writes:
“The condition of the Muslims and the Musaajid is heart wrenching. Some Musjids only open for Maghrib and Isha Salaat. Most are still enforcing masks. Proof of vaccination is required to enter a Musjid. They now observe three feet instead of six feet distancing. The Government has removed all Covid restrictions, but Muslims are frantically adhering to the rules of Shaitaan. The Musaajid are being used to distribute vaccines. It’s more of a clinic than a place of Ibadaat. In the streets the Kuffaar are shedding their masks and enjoying a breath of fresh air. But the Muslims are going mad. They are keeping the mask even in their houses. May Allah Ta’ala save us.
The Muslims in Trinidad, West Indies do not give even Ghusl to the majority of the dead. The fear of the Virus has driven them to madness. They dig the Qabr twelve feet deep. The dead is put into five body bags then in the coffin, and the coffin is nailed all around with a large amount of nails. Those who go to the Cemetery stay hiding in their cars. Then two Muslims come with space suits and dump the Mayyit as if it was waste matter or a dead animal. There’s so much to write. Unto Allah Ta’ala do we complain. In the midst of all this Fitna, only by the Fadhl of Allah Ta’ala, the affairs of our Musjid are going smoothly. All the brothers are well. Do remember us in your duas. May Allah Ta’ala grant you aafiyah. Wassalaam

taken from: AL Haq Bulletin 63


Q. A person takes a Covid test. The test shows positive. Either they are symptomatic or asymptomatic. There are 4 questions that arise:
(A) They, in accordance with government guidelines, isolate for the stated period in the belief of indiscriminate contagion. What is the state of such a person’s Imaan and Nikah?
(B) Some argue, that Islam teaches us to take reasonable precautions and this constitutes a reasonable precaution. This in reality is a disingenuous argument to cover for their belief in contagion contrary to the explicit teaching of Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam. What is the state of such a person’s Imaan and Nikah?
(C) Persons in above 2 categories then tell others that they should test themselves and isolate if need be. In other words they are pushing their ideology on to others. How should a Muslim deal with such requests which are constant? (D) There are many “Muslims” who hold such beliefs. Does this mean a whole swathe of them exit the fold of Islam? I would appreciate if you would kindly address each question specifically.

A. 1) If the isolation is self-imposed, not forced by the zaalim government , and if this person has been informed that disease is not contagious, then his belief based on what the atheists inform him, is kufr. He should renew his Imaan as well as his Nikah.
2) While Islam advises laymen such as us to adopt reasonable, lawful precautions, it NEVER advises adoption of kufr. Kufr is not a precaution. It is satanism. If these protocols of the atheists are valid precautions, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Sahaabah would have adopted same on the command of Allah Ta’ala. However, the Qur’aan and Sunnah emphatically negate these acts of shaitaan being precautions. Please read the numerous articles and booklets we have published on this subject. All are available on our website.
3) Their ideology and advice to others are kufr with the same consequences mentioned in No.1 above.
4) Most certainly it “means that a whole swathe of them exit the fold of Islam.” And, this is not surprising because Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had predicted this type of kufr which cancels Imaan. Hadhrat Abdullah Bin Amr (Radhiyallahu anhu) narrated the following Hadith:
“An age will dawn when the people will gather in their Musaajid and perform Salaat whilst not a single one will be a Mu’min.”



Q. You gave a fatwa that the vaccine is haraam, I travel a lot in my business. Please advise what do I do? Because without taking the vaccine I will not be allowed to travel.
A. Our obligation is to state the law of the Shariah whether people are able to act accordingly or not. If all people are addicted to liquor for example , we still have to proclaim liquor haraam regardless of the addiction. Almost all Muslims are involved in insurance and in haraam pictography. Despite this we have the obligation of proclaiming the truth of the Deen even if people refuse to accept or even if they are genuinely unable to submit. The same applies to vaccination. Vaccination is haraam. It is now left to the individual to decide what he has to do. People will react and act in terms of their different levels of Imaan and Taqwa. We cannot advise you what exactly to do. It is left for you to decide. If circumstances compel you to submit to vaccination , remember two grave harms: (1) The sin of committing haraam. (2) The damage and disease to your body. As far as No.1 is concerned, Allah Ta’ala forgives when Taubah is made and He understands whether the compelling circumstances are valid or not. As far as No.2 is concerned , you may suffer life-long disease, especially cancer. For this there is no cure.



Imaam Maalik (rahmatullah alayh) was asked about those who insult the Sahaabah (radhiyallahu anhu), so he said: “Those who do so are people who intended to criticise Nabi (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) himself, but they are not able to do so, so instead they criticise his As’haab (Companions, (radhiyallahu anhum).” [As-Saarimul Maslool] Imaam Maalik (rahmatullah alayh) said that Allaah Azza wa Jal says in the Qur’aan Kareem: {“He (Allaah) enrages the kuffaar through them (Sahaabah-e-Kiraam radhiyallahu anhum).”} Therefore, whosoever finds fault with (the Sahaabah radhiyallahu anhum), he is a kaafir.” [Al-Itisaam] Imaam Muhammad ibn Yusuf al-Firyaabi (rahmatullah alayh) was asked about someone who insults Hadhrat Abu Bakr (radhiyallahu anhu), so he said: “Such a person is a kaafir.” He was asked, “Is Janaazah Salaah to be performed for him?” He said, “No.” He was asked, “What is to be done with such a person (after he dies)?” He said, “Don’t touch him with your hands. Push him into a hole in the ground using sticks.”
[As-Saarimul Maslool]