Currently in certain quarters, women (backed by certain Ulama) are supporting the stance of women being allowed to take up a profession and venture into different areas of work.

Amongst the proofs cited by these people, one seems to be their main point of support, i.e. the appointment of Umar (radhiallahu anhu) of Shifaa (radhiallahu anha) in the marketplace.


The claim that the noble Sahaabiyyah, Hadhrat Shifa Bint Abdullah (Radhiyallahu anha) was appointed supervisor  of the market in Madinah by Hadhrat Umar (Radhiyallahu anhu) is a satanic calumny fabricated by Ibleesi ‘scholars’ and hadith fabricators whose brains  have been vermiculated with kufr and zina cravings. The motive of these agents of Iblees whose brains are necrotized with immorality is to provide grounds and justification for the western kuffaar concept of gender equality which in reality is a satanic licence for promiscuous interaction, immorality and fornication.

The plot is to drag females into the public domain to gratify the lustful cravings of fussaaq, fujjaar and kuffaar. The noble Lady, Hadhrat Shifa Bint Abdullah (Radhiyallahu anha) was NEVER the supervisor of the marketplace. She was NOT appointed market supervisor, neither by Hadhrat Umar (Radhiyallahu anhu) nor by anyone else. It is a filthy slander uttered by evil agents of Iblees.

The womanising rubbish, moron ‘scholars’ of our age are desperately clinging to this confirmed fabrication like a drowning man clutches at straws. Regarding this slanderous narration, Imaam Maalik (Rahmatullah alayh) said:

“It (this narration) is not authentic. Therefore, do not pay any attention to it. Verily, it is among the conspiracies of the fabricators in Hadith.”


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After Hadhrat Nabi Aadam (Alayhis salaam) had mistakenly ate from the forbidden tree in Jannat, he sincerely repented. However, his Taubah was not accepted for 30 days because the athr (effect) of the haraam fruit was still in his bodily system. The athr was eliminated only after 30 days. When he was totally purified even physically of the evil effects of the forbidden fruit, his Taubah was accepted. Thus, 30 days fasting became the practice and speciality of the Ummat of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam).
This is the view proffered by the Sufiya (Auliya). Haafiz Ibn Hajar (Rahmatullah alayh) claims that there is no authentic Sanad for this narration of the Sufiya. But his view is not the final word. The illustrious Sufiya who were great Auliya made no false claims. They were not fabricators of Ahaadith. Ibn Hajr’s view is consequently simply set aside. While the views of the Sufiya revealed by way of Kashf and Ilhaam are not Shar’i Dalaa-il on which ahkaam could be formulated, they may not be dismissed as fabrications and baseless.


Once Hadhrat Isaa (alayhis salaam) together with his Hawariyyeen (Companions) passed by a village. Everything was in ruins and desolate. Human skeletons were lying all over the show. Hadhrat Isaa (alayhis salaam) said to the Hawariyyeen that these people were destroyed by the Wrath of Allah Ta‟ala. The Companions wished to know more of the condition of the destroyed people. Hadhrat Isaa (alayhis salaam) made dua to Allah Ta‟ala. He was instructed to call the skeletons during the night time. During the night, Hadhrat Isaa (alayhis salaam) mounted a small hill and called out: “O people of the village!” Someone from the village responded: “What is your command, O Roohullaah!”
Nabi Isaa: What is the state of your people?
Skeleton: One night we were sleeping well. Suddenly in the morning we were dumped into Jahannum.
Nabi Isaa: What is the reason?
Skeleton: We were engrossed in the love of the world and followed the transgressors.
Nabi Isaa: To what extent did you love the world?
Skeleton: As much as a baby loves its mother. When the mother appears, the baby becomes happy and when the mother disappears the baby grieves and cries.
Nabi Isaa: Why do your companions not speak?
Skeleton: There are reins of fire on their mouths and the Angels are pulling at these reins. These Angels are of foul temper.
Nabi Isaa: How do you then speak?
Skeleton: I was not one of them. But, since I associated with them the punishment overtook me too. Now I have been hung up on the brink of Jahannum. I do not know if I will be saved or flung into the Fire.” (Nazhatul Basaateen)

The Ambiya of Allah

The Ambiya of Allah

“And narrate to them the stories (of the Ambiya and Auliya) so that they reflect.” (Qur’aan) 

“Everything We narrate to you from the stories of the Messengers is  to strengthen your heart. In these (stories) have come the Truth (Haqq), Advice (Naseehat) and a Reminder for the Mu’mineen.” (Hood, Aayat 120) 

In these Verses Allah Ta’ala addresses our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). The stories of the Ambiya and Rusul of bygone times served the purpose of strengthening even the heart of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). 

These stories fortify the hearts of the Mu’mineen by virtue of the spiritual blessings with which they are imbued. The stories of the Ambiya and the Auliya remind the Mu’mineen of the objective (Maqsood) of life on earth. These narratives slacken worldly ties, forge greater affinity and concern for the Aakhirat, and draw the servant closer to his Rabb. 

The firmness of resolve, the patience and the sufferings of the Ambiya (Alayhimus salaam) are narrated by Allah Ta’ala so that we gain inspiration to tread the Path leading to Allah Ta’ala – the Path which all the Ambiya (Alayhimus salaam) came to show. 

While we, people of gross Imaani deficiency, are not expected to meticulously implement in practical life the extreme and lofty state of Zuhd (Austerity and Abstemiousness) of the Ambiya, the minimum and fundamental requisite is to walk in their Shadow and to meticulously follow the Sunnah of our Nabi Muhammad (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) whose Ta’leem is the embodiment of all the virtues and excellences of all the Ambiya (Alayhimus salaam). 

The Ambiya (Alayhimus salaam) were mocked, jeered, persecuted and tortured. Numerous of them were horribly put to death by the kuffaar. Their lives were one String of Sacrifices like a string of pearls. Worldly prosperity, wealth and luxury were bestowed to some Ambiya. They were exceptions to the general rule ordained by Allah Ta’ala for His Ambiya (Alayhimus salaam). 

Thus, in addition to Nubuwwat, Allah Ta’ala bestowed kingdom to Nabi Sulaimaan (Alayhis salaam), and immense wealth to Nabi Ayyub (Alayhis salaam). But this was not the norm for the Ambiya (Alayhimus salaam). The mission of the Ambiya was the Maqsood of the Aakhirah, not the Dunya which Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said is jeefah (carrion).

The Mu’mineen were not created for enjoying this worldly jeefah. That is why Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“What is my relationship with this world? My similitude is that of a traveller on horseback in the desert resting in the shade of a tree. Then he departs (issuing forth into the desert, heading for his destination – home).”

Our destination and home is Jannat.


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SUDAN – IN THE 1880’s

SUDAN – IN THE 1880’s

ln 1881, in the Sudan, a leader emerged as if from out of the sands. He was a man of the desert, a mystic and a man of God. His name was Muhammad Ahmad and claimed to be the “Expected One”, the true “Mahdi”. He soon gathered a force of followers from the desert tribes, and declared jihad.

The Mahdi’s Army grew and his revolt spread. The Dervishes (as they came to be known) captured towns and defeated small Egyptian forces sent to destroy them.

Then, in 1883, the Turkish governor of Egypt hired William “Billy” Hicks, a retired British Colonel and several British subordinates to lead a modern army into the Sudan and crush the Mahdi. Hicks Pasha had at his disposal 10,000 regular infantry armed with modern rifles, 1,000 irregular cavalry, 14 field pieces and 6 Nordenfelt multiple barrel machine guns.

On paper it was an imposing force. But the infantry had been recruited from pardoned rebels and the cavalry were undisciplined bashibazouks. In the words of Winston Churchill, it was “perhaps the worst army that has ever marched to war”: unpaid, untrained, undisciplined, its soldiers having more in common with their enemies than with their officers.

The Mahdi awaited them, with 40,000 spear and sword-armed tribesmen. They had few rifles and no field guns; but they had something perhaps even greater. The Mahdi promised them a miracle, and they believed him.

They also knew the desert.


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Muljim is Punished-
Hadhrat Ismat Ubaadaan (rahmatullah alayh) narrated the following episode:
“On my sojourn through a wilderness, I approached a monastery. A Raahib (Monk) was sitting nearby. I said to him: ‘Tell me of any wonderful episode you have witnessed at this place.’ The Raahib replied: ‘One day I saw a strange white bird the size of an ostrich on this rock. The bird vomited, and with its vomit emerged a human head. It continued vomiting, and human feet appeared. In this manner with each vomiting a human limb would be disgorged. As the limbs emerged from the bird’s mouth, they miraculously became joined until a complete man was formed. When the man made a movement to rise, the bird began the process of dismembering him and devoured limb by limb until the entire body of the man was gulped up. This episode was enacted for several days.
   This episode reinforced my firm belief in the power of Allah Ta’ala. I was fully convinced that after death Allah Ta’ala will resurrect the dead bodies. One day I addressed the bird and said: ‘O Bird! For Allah’s sake, wait for a while to enable me to question the man. The bird responded in eloquent Arabic: ‘The entire universe is the property of my Creator. He is eternal. He will annihilate all things. There is no annihilation for Him. I am an Angel appointed to punish this man.’
I then addressed the man: ‘O sinful man! Who are you? What is your story?’ The man said: ‘I am Abdur Rahmaan Muljim the murderer of Hadhrat Ali (Karramallaahu wajhah). After I was executed, my soul was presented to Allah Ta’ala. Allah Ta’ala has appointed this Angel to punish me in this manner until Qiyaamah.’”

Greater Israel and The fourth industrial revolution

Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem
All praises are due solely to Allah Ta’ala, the one who raised His final messenger among the Arabs. Peace and salutations be upon our master Nabi Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam the one who ordered the expulsion of the Jews from the Arabian Peninsula. Three Gulf States, namely Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain are currently on a campaign to expunge the religion of Islam from all aspects of life in a bid to appease the apartheid regime of Israel. Concerts and cinemas have sprouted up in Saudi Arabia while the largest temple outside of India has been inaugurated by the UAE government. Saudi Arabia is removing all content from Islamic literature that is deemed “Anti-Semitic” while the UAE is funding various wars and think-tanks across the globe to curb and curtail anything to do with Islam. The de facto rulers of Saudi Arabia and UAE, MBS (Murtad Bin Shaytaan) and MBZ have nothing to do with Islam. They are on a mission to satanise the Arabian Peninsula in conjunction with the apartheid regime of Israel and the Masjid-demolishing regime of India. We have been explicitly prohibited from befriending the Kuffaar and adopting their ways and customs. This will lead to our downfall and destruction in both this world and the hereafter.
The example of Sri Lanka has been brought to the attention of the reader in the Ummati Ummati book. The Sri Lankan Muslims hosted open Masjid days in which Buddhists would come to the Masaajid and pollute the Houses of Allah Ta’ala. The Muslims also desecrated the Masaajid with masks. The consequence was forced cremation of Muslim Mayyits. The Muslims could do nothing but watch the bodies of their fathers, mothers etc. being incinerated and burnt to ashes. Maulana Ebrahim Bham of Fordsburg Jamiat, in an attempt to bamboozle us, made the following foolish statement:
“Assimilate or be annihilated”
May Allah Ta’ala make this book a means of us abstaining from befriending the Kuffaar and following their ways and customs. Ameen.

Was Hadith Written 200 years after the Prophet[Sallallahu ‘Alaihi wa sallam]

a detailed rebuttal of the the theory of late recording of Hadith

by Berke Khan

By the name of Allah I begin. I praise Him, I seek His help, I seek His forgiveness. And I bear witness that there is no God except the Almighty. And I bear witness that Muhammad was His final and last messenger. May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him. And to proceed;
This document serves as a guide for Muslims on how they can make sure that Sunnah and Hadith are essential part of the religion of Islam and was preserved by Allah just like the Quran. It is a methodology I humbly suggest for people, on how to look through the matter. And to refute one of the famous arguments Hadith rejectors often use. I will present a collection of information from reliable sources. I will only be making some brief comments around the suggested topics where I find necessary. And you may verify the things I put here. And may peace be upon those who follow correct guidance…

Does Abū Ḥanīfah Reject Sound Ḥadīth in Order to Formulate Legal Rulings?

A Study of Abū Ḥanīfah’s Usūl and His Competency in Ḥadīth
By:Eissa Dar

Nu’mān Bin Thābit, better known by his kunyah, Abū Ḥanīfah, has been subject to much criticism due to his supposed lack of knowledge in Ḥadīth and Ḥadīth studies. The methodology of the Ḥanafīs has been similarly scrutinized as it is infamously known to diverge from the other schools in their methodological usage of the sources in deriving legal rulings. Where the other orthodox schools use a methodology derived from al-Shāfi’ī’s combination of the reports and opinion, Abū Ḥanīfah is known to have ruled from the Qur’ān more-so than from the reports. A particular aspect of the discussion is the idea that he took his own opinion over the clear textual sources of the Sunnah i.e. the Ḥadīth reports. However, what has been overlooked is the way in which Abū Ḥanīfah used the Ḥadīth and how he understood them. Rather than having a weakness in Ḥadīth, as purported by some, Abū Ḥanīfah had a unique understanding of Ḥadīth, and subjected them to great scrutiny in order to derive the truest rendition of God’s law on earth. Rather than a detraction from Prophetic reports, it seems that there has been a lack of understanding when it comes to the Usūl of Abū Ḥanīfah.


Aalamghir (Aurangzab, the Moghul Emperor) used to personally write the Qur’aan Shareef. Once a man pointed out an error. Alamghir made a mark by the word (conveying the impression that he would correct it later). After the departure of the man, Aalamghir erased the mark and explained that what he had written was correct. However, to avoid hurting the man’s feelings Aalamghir pretended that he had erred. The king said that if he had immediately rejected the man’s claim, he would in future refrain from presenting advice. He (Aalamghir) did not want to reduce his number of advisors.
Aalamghir was a man of lofty spiritual excellences and accomplishments). He was a Saahib-e-Nisbat (one who enjoys a special bond of Divine Proximity). Towards the end of his life he instructed that his kafan should not be acquired with the money he had earned by his trade. He did not want the money earned from selling Qur’aan copies to be used for his kafan although the Ulama had issued the fatwa of permissibility. Nevertheless, overtly it resembled selling the aayat of Allah Ta’ala. He, therefore, did not wish to meet Allah Ta’ala with such kafan in which there was the slightest vestige of doubt.
Muhammad Qali was a close attendant of Aalamghir. Once Aalamghir, while calling him, exclaimed: ‘Qali!’ The servant immediately arrived with a jug of water. The king made wudhu.
A guest who was present was very surprised. How did the servant know that Aalamghir required water for wudhu? The king had not mentioned this nor was it time for wudhu. When he enquired the servant said: “My name is Muhammad Qali. On account of the king’s profound respect, he never calls me with half my name. He always calls me by my full name. Today when he omitted the name Muhammad, I understood that the king was without wudhu. He therefore, refrained from mentioning the word, Muhammad. (From this could be gauged the profound respect and veneration the king had for Rasulullah — sallallahu alayhi wasallam).
Subhaanallah! Attributes such as the respect of Aalamghir and the intelligence of the servant are now non-existent.