Fasting for the sake of piety

 Explaining the wisdom and benefits of fasting and fasting, Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “For fear of piety.”

Sheikh Wali Khan Al-Muzaffar:

Dear Readers, Happy Holy Month of Ramadan, Ramadan is the holy month in which the Qur’an was revealed, the Gospel on the 3rd of Ramadan, the Psalms on the 10th and the Torah on the 18th, the historic battle of Islam and disbelief, the Battle of Badr The victory of Makkah was achieved on the 20th of Ramadan in the year 6 AH. It is written in dictionary and grammar books that Ramadan is the source of Ramadan. The meaning of Ramadaan is to burn. Ramadaan is called Ramadaan because, just as fire burns away wood, so does the worship of Ramadaan, the recitation of the Qur’aan, Taraaweeh, I’tikaaf, charity, prayers, Nawafil and fasting. The sins of human beings are forgiven, when the month of Ramadan begins, the gates of heaven are opened, and the gates of hell are closed, in this blessed month the rebellious devils are bound in chains, the month of Ramadan begins As soon as the forgiveness of millions of people is announced at the time of Iftar every day, in the same way the forgiveness of millions of people is announced at the time of Suhoor. Special rewards and favors are bestowed on the servants. The reward of Nawafil is given in proportion to the duties, and the rank of duty is increased 70 times. In the last ten days of Ramadan, Laylat al-Qadr has been declared better than a thousand nights. Finally, as a gift from the happy moments of Eid, the Creator of the universe has blessed His servants.

Explaining the wisdom and benefits of fasting and fasting, Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “For fear of piety” (al-Baqarah 2: 183), ie, fasting will exceed the requirements of the self, so you will become pious, because In the name of avoidance, the verse says that the obligation of fasting is to attain piety. There is a form of worship which weakens the feelings of behemoth, reduces the arousal of the soul and reduces the desire for lusts and desires. Fasting throughout Ramadan is obligatory on every sane adult Muslim. If one refrains from following it, then there will be a radiance in the inner self and improvement in the nafs. If a person observes the fast of Ramadan in the light of the rules and etiquettes which have been mentioned in the hadiths, then the nafs will be purified. Sins continue to plague man, the most common of which are sin, one mouth, the other genitals, but Tirmidhi narrated from Abu Hurayrah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was asked, “What will be the greatest means of entering Hell?” He replied, “Al-Fum wa al-Farj,” meaning the mouth and the place of shame.

It is as if both of them are more involved in entering Hell. Fasting prohibits both the mouth and the private parts. Fasting is a great means of abstaining from the sins that can be committed in the two ways mentioned above. He said: “Fasting is a shield, ie fasting is a shield, it saves from sin and from the fire of Hell” (Bukhari 254 vol. 1).

If the fast is observed with full care and complete observance of the rules and etiquette, then of course it becomes easier to be safe from sins, especially during and after the fast, but if one does not pay attention to the etiquette of fasting, he intends to fast. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: If he refrains from eating and drinking and desires, but earns haraam things and keeps backbiting, then he will be obliged to do so, but he will be deprived of the blessings and fruits of fasting. Fasting is a shield of fasting, unless it is torn.

It is narrated in a hadeeth: “Whoever does not give up the word al-zawr wa al-amal by the need of Allaah in those days of food and drink.” Abandon (Bukhari, vol. 1255).

Eating and drinking and abstaining from sexual intercourse do not complete the fast, but it is necessary to keep the fast safe from fornication, denial and all kinds of sins. If the fast is in the mouth and a person speaks badly, it does not beautify him. The meaning of ﷺ’s instruction is: When one of you is fasting, he should not say filthy things, make noises, if a person starts abusing or fighting, do not respond to him with abusive gossip, but Say, I am a fasting man, it is not my job to abuse or fight.

(Bukhari 255 vol. 1).

It is narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: There are many fasting people for whom there is nothing but thirst due to haraam eating or doing haraam deeds or backbiting. Nothing but waking up because of hypocrisy (Mishkat al-Masabih 1 vol. 177).

The Almighty, in the Holy Qur’an, has said, “These are the days of fasting for a few days. It is not a difficult task to keep the fasts. It has made it easy for the sick and the traveler to know their days of illness and days.” Do not fast while traveling. After Ramadan has passed, count the same number of days and fast on other days, that is, make up missed missed fasts. Please consult the scholars to explain this.

And the one who says in the Qur’an: “And those who have the means of redemption, the food of the poor” (those who have the power to fast, the redemption is for the food of a poor person).

Happy month



I am thirsty, the leaves are yellow, the living beings are even thirsty up to the rocks and even human beings are thirsty for water, then Allah’s mercy comes in enthusiasm. Cold winds begin to blow and clouds rain, bringing the dead earth to life. Allah, the Lord of Glory, who arranges man’s material life, also arranges his spiritual life forever.

When we become sobbing more and more because of our human weaknesses, the evils of the environment and the evil of the psyche and the devil, then the mercy of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, becomes very intense. With the slippage and disobedience of eleven months, the soul is on the verge of death, then the month of Ramadan, the month of faith progress, comes from Allah Almighty.

This is the saying of Allah’s Beloved Prophet.

 The devils are bound and the gates of Allah’s blessings are opened.” As a result, the intoxication of the negligence of the sinners subsided. Believers get ready to return to good deeds and start a new life by heedless repentance. Preparations for Ramadan begin in Muslim homes.

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “Ramadan is the blessed month in which the Qur’an was revealed.” Therefore, “Believers! Whoever of you finds this month should fast. The body is made of clay, so all our bodily needs are met from the earth. Since the soul has come from the heavens, the life of the soul has been arranged from the heavenly food (which is the Qur’anic spiritual faith).

Thus, Ramadan brings a message of eternal life to the souls. An atmosphere of goodness is established all over the world. Millions of Muslims feel energized because this blessed month is a very precious asset for the believer. Allah Almighty has made something to remove every dirt and has made fasting to purify the body. The filth of wealth is removed from Zakat.

If there is Zakat on everything, then Zakat on the body is fasting. This fast was called half patience. In order to get the most out of this most blessed month, we have to keep in mind the beautiful pattern of the blessed person of the Prophet (sws) so that we can get the pleasure of Allah as much as possible. The most important of the good deeds done in Ramadan is the recitation of the Holy Quran.

This Qur’an is the source of all good. The Qur’an is the strong rope of Allah, the one who holds it will be saved and the one who turns away will be punished. The Qur’an refreshes the souls. It is also a medicine and healing. Its recitation brings relief and peace. Satisfaction descends on the believer. The Qur’an is the best companion of loneliness. My soul wants me to talk to Allah, we are the Word, so He calls me to Salat (prayer) and welfare five times.

In which I am the servant of the humble servant of Allah, the command of the rulers. Then when my heart desires Allah to speak to me, I recite the words of the humble servant, and the soul is refreshed as if Allah is on my tongue. Talking together Good luck

Ramadan is a happy month which is a spring for good deeds. Therefore, one who is indifferent to the Qur’an in this holy month could not quench the thirst of his soul despite flying in the skies and making his way in the seas. Free

It is unfortunate to be a Muslim and be deprived. انا للہ۔

Therefore, it is known that we have to fast 29 or 30 days in Ramadan. We have to translate the recitation of the Holy Quran as much as possible so that we know what deeds Allah commands us to do and we follow them. What do they forbid so that they may escape from the punishment of Allah?

One has to stay up at night and revive the soul by listening to the Qur’an.

Charity is to be done in abundance. Charity is a source of the shadow of the Throne. Allah and His angels send blessings on those who prepare the suhoor meal. Iftar acceptance is a time of prayer.

As many prayers as possible are the essential prayers of fasting, as a result of which there is growth and guidance, which is the ascension of humanity.

The spirit of fasting is piety. The beloved Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever does not give up lying, wrongdoing and ignorance, then Allaah has no need for him to stop eating and drinking.”

Fast shield is:

According to the hadith, fasting is a shield. If any one of you is fasting on that day, he should have sexual intercourse and not make noise. Rather, if someone insults him or fights him, instead of abusing or fighting him, he should say, “I am fasting (I have stopped halal, so how can I do haraam acts of fighting that will ruin the fast)?” ۔

Personal correction:

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Fasting is not just abstaining from food and drink, but fasting is the name of abstaining from all useless and useless deeds and sexual acts and words. So if someone insults you or speaks of ignorance, then say, “Indeed, I am fasting.” I am fasting (by the grace of Allah).

Many prayers:

The three prayers are not rejected. The prayer of the father, the prayer of the fasting person and the prayer of the traveler.

Therefore, please the parents by serving, obeying, visiting and praying (may Allah keep them safe).

Also, pray for the forgiveness of the ummah (believers, brothers and sisters) on the Day of Judgment, and keep on praying for the salvation of those who are in trouble at this time. Allah is the Answerer of supplications.

Breaking the fast:

Iftar to the poor, needy and deserving

Ramadan Kareem


May Allah Almighty, by His grace and grace, once again bless us with the blessed month of Ramadan. In the month of Ramadan, where many other blessings descend, Allah Almighty also increases the feeling of compassion and love for each other in the hearts of the believers. In the hadith, Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah, has called it the “city of sympathy”.

Empathy means killing oneself and taking care of the poor and needy. So that their sehri and iftar can be a little better and the blessings bestowed by nature on the rich class can also be used by the poor.

In Ruhul Bayan, Hazrat Abdullah bin Umar, quoting the Holy Prophet, has said that there are always five chosen and forty Abdals in my ummah. If one of them dies, the other immediately takes his place.

The Companions asked, “What are their special deeds?” He said, “Whoever wrongs them, they pardon him. Those who do evil, they do good, and Allah provides for them.” Treats people with empathy and grief. In another hadith, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said that whoever feeds the hungry or clothes the naked or gives the traveler a place to spend the night, Allaah will protect him from the hardships of the Hour.

In another hadith, the Holy Prophet (sws) has said that on the Day of Judgment, Allah Almighty will say: O son of Adam, I was sick and you did not ask me about my illness. I needed food, you didn’t feed me, I needed water, you didn’t give me water.Then how could I do this? Allah will say, “My servant, if you worshiped such and such a patient, it would be as if you worshiped me (because the creature is mine).” If he fed such and such a hungry person, he would have fed me. If he had given water to such and such a thirsty person, he would have given me water. If given, Allah Almighty will admit him through the special door of Paradise and only a person who acts like him can enter through this door.

In Sahih Ibn Habban, he says that there are some upper chambers in Paradise, the outer part of which is visible from the inside and the inner part from the outside. Allah Almighty will give it to those who feed the needy and greet the people and at night when people are asleep they stand before Allah (perform Tahajjud). According to another narration, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever feeds his Muslim brother and gives him plenty of water to drink, Allaah will remove seven trenches from Hell and there will be a distance of five hundred years between them.” ۔


It is in Tirmidhi that the Holy Prophet (sws) said: There are three deeds which can be found in a person and Allah Almighty has special mercy on him and will admit him to Paradise.

To be gentle with the weak, to respect one’s parents, to be kind to one’s slave and servant, and three things are found in a person. On the Day of Resurrection, Allah Almighty will grant him the shade of the Great Throne.

Such as performing ablutions in painful situations and places, going to the mosque on dark nights, feeding the hungry, the reward of Taraweeh can be estimated from them.

Hazrat Abu Jahm says that in the battle of Yarmouk, I went in search of my cousin who was involved in the battle so that I could see his condition and I took a glass of water with me that he might be thirsty. Give them water

Coincidentally, he met me in a place where his body was covered with wounds and he was in his last breath, so I asked him to offer me water, and he said that I offered water.My cousin gestured to me to leave me and give me some water to the Mujahid Sahabi.”

Hazrat Abu Jahm says: When I reached this Sahabi, another Mujahid Sahabi who was lying with him said: Water. This other Sahabi gestured to me to leave me and give water to this Mujahid Sahabi. He says that when I reached him, his soul had flown away. When he returned, the other two gentlemen had also reached Hauz Kausar at the last moment, making sacrifices.

Saying Allahu Akbar is an incident, but if we go to the bottom of this incident, where the effect of Muhammad’s training can be seen, the Companions are seen teaching self-sacrifice and compassion at the last moment.

In Ramadan, the reward for a good deed is up to seven hundred times. If a person spends one rupee in this month, Allah Almighty rewards him for spending seven hundred rupees.

Then how far is it from the mercy and grace of Allah Almighty that Allah Almighty likes the payment of a servant that at the time of Iftaar-e-Sahar the poor person should take a bite in his mouth or take a sip of sherbet, then Allah Almighty decides for forgiveness. If possible, this can be done in cash. Otherwise, the best way is to give rations according to one’s ability and to take care of the poor and the needy as much as possible, then Allah Almighty will reward them in the Hereafter.

There the world will also increase in sustenance. Then this reward is different. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Whoever breaks the fast, whether it is by mixing water in dates or milk with raw lassi.

Welcome to Ramadan


The blessed month of Ramadan is about to cast a shadow over the Muslim Ummah. Every Muslim wishes to spend as much time in worship as possible in this blessed month and make the most of the blessings and blessings of the holy month and fill their feet with good deeds.

We can also take advantage of the hours of Ramadan to refine our personality and habits and thus promote goodness in our home and then in our society.

First of all, plan how you will spend most of your time in housework, prayers, recitation and remembrance of God.

Eat simple and light foods at Sahar and Iftar.

Avoid greasy foods, as greasy foods can be a nuisance, especially fried foods.


Such foods are dear to our nature. These foods put a strain on the stomach and the body is full of eating large amounts of fried and oily foods during Sehro Iftar, so that nature eats more light fruits and vegetables throughout the day and also drinks more drinks. These products have a positive effect on health. Eating them also restores health and has a pleasant effect on the mood.


Eating simple and light foods makes worship more enjoyable and Ramadan is the month of worship, so if we make some changes in our Suhoor Iftar meals, it will be better in terms of health and worship. Iftar is over, eat so much that it does not burden the stomach.

Lack of time and sleep in Ramadan is also a problem, as our daily routines change with our working hours.

If the time is divided correctly, try to sleep after Isha and Taraweeh prayers, so that you can wake up easily at the time of Suhoor. There is very little time left for sehri because of sleeping late, so in this short time our sleep is not complete and our nature remains cumbersome.

Get enough sleep after Fajr prayers or in the afternoon, so that you can perform your routine better.

Housework can be done before Zuhr prayers. Then in the evening, along with Iftar, Sehri should be prepared and other members of the household should be assisted in preparing household chores and meals, so that only women are not burdened with work, ie all the members of the household should be together. Work hard, there will be more work in less time and there will be no shortage of time.

Otherwise the time constraint will remain.

In Ramadan, we must be humble in our behavior and crying. This month should not be made a source of selfishness and show, but for the sake of pleasing one’s Lord, one should make arrangements for the poor and needy to have sehri and iftar. We can find people in our neighborhood who deserve our attention and help.

Laborers and watchmen are also poor. Take special care of them in Ramadan and if possible arrange sehri and iftar for them and become deserving of paradise by getting the good news of your Lord.

Be sure to send iftar to your neighborhood as well. Arrange to send Iftar to as many houses in the neighborhood as you can afford. It is not necessary to send Iftar with much care.

Even two things are enough. Never wait for Iftar to come from them and we will send it too, this is selfish thinking. Send Iftar as much as possible. If your neighbor breaks your fast, accept it wholeheartedly, do not take it lightly, but keep in mind the sincerity of the giver who remembered you in his fast. Remember others too.

In this way, harmony and love will grow.

Ramadan is a month of training. This training is both spiritual and moral. The blessings of Ramadan can be utilized to the maximum if we are careful in our eating and drinking routines and spend as much time as possible in worship. Demonstrate good manners and help deserving people. Come on! We sincerely welcome Ramadan.

Hazrat Imam Jafar Sadiq (RA) –


Hazrat Imam 

Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Mousavi

As soon as the name of Imam Jafar Sadiq is mentioned, the lights of knowledge and wisdom begin to shine in the hearts and minds of every believer. Imam Ja’far Sadiq, the son of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), exposed the knowledge of Mustafawi (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and Murtazawi to the world and started a scientific and intellectual revolution whose rays illuminated Islamic countries all over the world. Of equipment.

Imam Jafar Sadiq stepped on the earth in 17 Rabi-ul-Awal 80 AH in Madinah.

His father Imam Muhammad Baqar and his grandfather Imam Zain-ul-Abidin were the adornment of the worshipers. His grandfather Qasim ibn Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr was one of the seven great jurists of Madinah.

Imam Ja’far Sadiq’s surname is Abu Abdullah Abu Ismail

Abu Musa and the titles Sadiq, Fazil, Tahir and Manji are more famous.

Imam Jafar Sadiq worked tirelessly to promote Islamic teachings and converted the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina and the Mosque of Kufa in the city of Kufa into universities, where he trained thousands of students and founded a great intellectual movement Opportunities to flourish.

In the various madrassas of these universities, innumerable people were engaged in teaching and learning in various fields of Islamic sciences. He used to memorize the sayings and research and discuss them.

The thirst for knowledge and wisdom used to come from far away doors and Imam Jafar Sadiq used to be blessed.

Historians used to narrate from you and scholars used to collect your sayings in book form, even when Hafiz and Muhaddithin used to narrate something, they used to cite that Imam Jafar Sadiq has said this.

Historians agree that Imam Ja’far Sadiq (may Allah be pleased with him) did not study in any madrassa nor did he kneel before any teacher. His knowledge was passed down from generation to generation in his chest which proved it. That the light of knowledge which Imam Sadiq spread is in fact the knowledge of Mustafavi and Murtazavi.

More than four thousand kidneys at the same time and at the same time received the privilege of acquiring knowledge and narration from your court. The sciences taught from your seminary include all modern, including jurisprudence, mathematics, astronomy, physics and chemistry Sciences were included. Thanks to the grace of your seminary, where ancient sciences were revived, modern sciences were also laid. Genius working personalities were born among the Muslims.

The four principles laid down by Imam Jafar Sadiq in the hadiths and well-known religion and Shari’ah are the source and proof of the four books. Imam Jafar Sadiq’s valuable ‘statements’, sayings and instructions have torn the veils of ignorance and misguidance and misguidance. He presented the divine and universal way of life to the people in such a way that the people began to become acquainted with the religion and the Shari’ah again.

Among his distinguished disciples are Hisham ibn Hukam, Muhammad ibn Muslim, Aban ibn Tafalib, Hisham ibn Salem, Mufsal ibn Umar and Jabir ibn Hayyan. Each of them made a name for himself. Hisham ibn Hukam has written thirty-one books and Jabir ibn Hayyan has written more than two hundred books in various sciences and arts. Jaber bin Hayyan became famous in the field of alchemy and is known as the father of alchemy.

Abu Musa al-Khwarizmi, the founder of algebra, also benefited indirectly from the teachings of Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq. The Imams of the four schools of Ahl al-Sunnah are directly or indirectly among the disciples of Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq, especially Imam Abu Hanifa. While acknowledging his scholarly position, Imam Abu Hanifa has said, “I have not seen anyone more learned than Ja’far Ibn Muhammad.”

In another place, Imam Abu Hanifa said about the two years spent in the service of Imam Ja’far Sadiq: If it were not for these two years, Nu’man would have perished. Malik ibn Anas says about the intellectual and moral greatness of Imam Ja’far Sadiq that I For a while, in the service of Jafar Ibn Muhammad, he used to kneel down. He used to say jokes. He always had a smile on his face.

When the name of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was recited in front of you, the color of your face would turn green and yellow. I did not see that he narrated the hadeeth from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) As far as I used to go to them, I did not see that they were out of these three conditions or they were praying, reciting the Qur’an or fasting.

Malik ibn Anas These thoughts about the greatness of Imam Ja’far Sadiq (as) closed the sea in a jar: “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no man has thought that Ja’far ibn Muhammad Could be better than

Ibn Khalqan writes that Imam Sadiq (as) had a long history in alchemy. Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan Tartusi is one of his students.

Jabir has written a book of a thousand pages containing the teachings of Ja’far ibn Muhammad.

Sahib Sir Al-Nubla writes about Imam Ja’far Sadiq that Ja’far Ibn Muhammad bin Ali Ibn Al-Hussein Rehana, the Messenger of God

Hazrat Syedna Ali Al-Murtada Karam Allah Wajh Sher Khuda Haider Karar

Hazrat Syedna 

Sher-e-Khuda Haider Karar Hazrat Ali (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) has the privilege of being the cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). He was brought up by the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) during the life of Khawaja Abu Talib. And it is very clear that when the mentor and the leader are perfect, then the trained ones will also have extraordinary qualities.

Hazrat Ali (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) is the great person whose virtues and virtues have been mentioned in most of the traditions. His glory is very high. He had attained the closest closeness to the Imam of the Prophets (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). On the occasion of the conquest of Tabuk, Hazrat Ali (RA) was addressed by the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and he said, “Ali, do you not agree that your position and focus in the matter of my representation and trust is that of Hazrat Haroon (PBUH)?” Was with Moses? Yes, there will be no prophet after me.

Ali al-Murtada (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: “One day the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) left his house and when he reached the door of the Kaabah, he said to me, ‘Sit down.’ He put his feet on my shoulders and stood up. shoulders, I thought that I would reach the height of the sky.” I reached the roof and there was a bronze and copper idol which I made. I turned it from left to right, back and forth, and finally dismantled it. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘I threw it down and it shattered.’ Like a glass vessel coming down again

Therefore, this love reached its peak when in the second year of the Hijrah, the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, married Hazrat Ali (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) to Hazrat Fatimah Al-Zahra (may Allah be pleased with her) and said to her:

The Holy Prophet (sws) used to affectionately call Hazrat Ali (as) Abu Turab.

After the farewell pilgrimage, when the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) returned to Madinah with his companions, on the way to Ghadir Khumm, he delivered a sermon in which he described the nature and glory of Hazrat Ali (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Ali is his friend and supporter. Then he prayed, “O Allah, support him who supports Ali and even if his enmity is the enmity of Karjuan.”

The reason for saying this was that some people had complained about Hazrat Ali (RA) and had raised objections and criticisms against him without any reason. After this sermon, the doubts and suspicions in the hearts of the people were removed.

Hazrat Ali (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) also loved the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) to the point of insanity and the hunger and thirst of his master Mawla was also quenched. Hazrat Abdullah bin Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) said: When he found out that my beloved master’s stomach was empty, he became very restless because there was nothing to eat in his house, so he immediately went out in search of a laborer and went to the garden of a Jew and took charge of irrigating his garden and a bucket. In return for a date, he took out two buckets of water and in return he took two dates and offered them to his beloved Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) ate some of them, he said: He was relieved.

One of the attributes of Hazrat Ali (as) was his great courage and bravery. His heroism and bravery is proverbial. In every battle of truth and falsehood, he made a history of courage and bravery. In many battles, he was the leader of the battle of Badr. Allah (swt) gave his sword in the hands of Zulfiqar Hazrat Ali (as) and forgave him forever after the battle with which he defeated the enemies of Islam.

Thus, in every battle of truth and falsehood, the Lion God showed the essence of his courage, but in the battle of Khyber, he set an example of determination and perseverance. There was a Jewish colony in the northeast of Khyber Madinah where there were very strong and lofty forts. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) wished that it was necessary to eradicate this menace. The armies of the Muslims attacked the forts of Khyber, but a fort called Qamoos was made invincible and they retreated from there. کا سامناتھا۔

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said that tomorrow the flag will be in the hands of a person whom Allaah and His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) love and this fort will be conquered by him. This announcement created an atmosphere of curiosity among all the Companions. And everyone wished for this honor, so at the same time it was said that where is the reason for Hazrat Ali (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)? It was said that he has pain in his eyes. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: Call him and he will come. Salim put saliva on both his eyes and prayed.

Hazrat Ali (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) says that my suffering has gone away as if it never happened. After that, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) gave him knowledge in the hands of the famous Jewish hero and wrestler in the battlefield. All bad

Conquest of the first history of Islamic forces

 Islamic forces

The Battle of Badr is the first battle in the history of Islam when Islam and disbelief, truth and falsehood were face to face for the first time. During this battle, Muslims were in very small numbers while infidels were many times more than them. It took place at Badr, southwest of Medina.

Allah Almighty has mentioned it with the title of Yom-ul-Furqan, ie the day when the difference between truth and falsehood became clear. This battle is also called Badr-ul-Azmi and Badr-ul-Qatal.

Attack on the pasture of Madinah. Ghazwa Bani Safwan On 10th Rabi-ul-Awwal, the polytheists attacked a pasture on the outskirts of Madinah. They cut down many trees of this pasture and killed the shepherd to raise the dhak and took away as many sheep and goats as they could. ۔

When the Holy Prophet (sws) got the news, he followed them with a group of Companions and followed them to Safwan Valley, but they managed to escape.

Abu Sufyan, who did not miss any opportunity of Islamophobia, became the immediate cause of the Battle of Badr. He left for Syria with a trade caravan for trade. The Muslims did not expect any good from Abu Sufyan.

So the Prophet of Allah, instead of sitting at home and waiting for his attack, decided to attack him on his own initiative on the return of the caravan. Nineteen months after the Hijrah, on the twelfth day of Ramadan on Saturday. He left Madinah with the martyrs.

Abu Sufyan received information about the activities of Muslims through his spy.

He used a man named Zamzam bin Amr al-Ghaffari to slander the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) by paying him 1200 rupees of silver as compensation for the perpetual method of false powers. After his verbal attack, the infidels of Makkah sent a caravan of about a thousand people to Makkah. He left Mukarramah. While Abu Sufyan took a long journey by sea and reached Bakhriyat, the chiefs of the infidels began to gather to teach the Muslims a lesson.

When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) reached the place of Zafaran, he meant a meeting of consultations. The army of infidels was advancing in Makkah when after the consultation a caravan of 313 Mujahideen with 70 camels and two horses left. He was sent away, but some of the innocent Companions, accompanied by a passion for martyrdom, continued to walk with the army.

It was an army that did not have enough weapons.

Horses and swords were not enough, but they were rich in the power of trust in Allah and His Prophet. Thus, praising Allah Almighty, this unique fighting army of its kind reached the battlefield of Badr. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) entered the plain of Badr on behalf of the enemy of the world and ordered them to pitch a tent in one place.

On the advice of Hazrat Khabab bin Munther and Hazrat Saad bin Mu’adh, the government changed the tent and a high place was chosen for the stay of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) where the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and Siddiq Akbar (RA) visited. And Hazrat Sa’d bin Mu’adh himself stood up with his sword to protect you.

Conditions of the night before the war: It was a Friday night. All the Mujahideen were tired thieves. Allah Almighty gave sleep to the whole army and the whole army slept well until they were refreshed.

The government of the two worlds stayed awake all night and prayed to Allah at every moment of prostration. While the army of infidels drank all night and gave luxuries, dance and hymn parties remained active. Hazrat Ali Sher Khudarawi said that On the day when the battle of Badr began, the words of Yahya Yaqoom were on the tongues of the Holy Prophet

It is narrated from Hazrat Abdullah that on that day I did not hear anyone give me my right with this abundance and strength.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to say, “O Allaah, if you destroy this group, then you will not be worshiped.” It is narrated on the authority of Hazrat Abdullah ibn Abbas that I give you this promise and promise that you have made with me.

O Allah, if you do not fulfill it, then you will not be worshiped forever.

Seeing the number of polytheists, the Holy Prophet (saw) stood facing the qiblah and started crying out to the Lord. Beloved Prophet, you have limited the intercession. Until Gabriel Amin came with this verse, Surah Al-Anfal No. 9 (translation) and remember that when you were supplicating, He heard your supplication from your Lord. I am going to do it with your thousand angels.

17 Ramadan 17 March 624 After the Fajr prayers, the Holy Prophet lined up and according to the traditions, individual contests started. First came out the brother of Umar bin Al-Hazrami who was killed in the blink of an eye by the slave of Hazrat Umar. Rabia, Sheba ibn Rabi ‘and Waleed ibn Utbah entered the field. Hazrat Hamza and Hazrat Ali entered the field. Hazrat Hamza killed Sheba and Ali killed Waleed. Ali completed his task with a single blow, then the battle of Ghamsan began. During this battle, the two Mujahideen Mu’adh and Mu’adh asked Hazrat Abdul Rahman bin Awf about Abu Jahl.

At your suggestion, the two young Mujahideen leaned towards Abu Jahl and knocked him down from the horse. Mu’adh ibn Afra’s brother Mu’adh separated Abu Jahl from his head.

The Virtue and Historical Background of Muharram

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Allah Almighty has created twelve months of the year and by His grace has bestowed special virtues on certain days of the year. In these months, the month of Muharram is a month which the Holy Qur’an has declared to be a sacred month. And then in Muharram al-Haram, the tenth day of Muharram, which is commonly called “Ashura”, which means “the tenth day”, is a day specially blessed with the mercy and blessings of God Almighty.

It is generally believed that the sanctity and respect of Muharram and the reason for its sanctity is only the martyrdom of Syedna Hussain, although this is not contrary to the facts. In fact, the virtue and sanctity of Muharram is not due to the martyrdom of Hussain. In the religion of Islam, the virtue of this month was even before that, but even in the religions before Islam, its virtue and respect was going on in the Muslim world. What is it? Indeed, the number of months in the sight of Allah is twelve months from the day when Allah created the heavens and the earth, and four of them are honored.
These four months refer to Dhu’l-Qa’dah, Dhu’l-Hijjah, Muharram and Rajab, according to the hadiths and commentators.
The second reason is that the honor and sanctity of these months was already in the Abrahamic religion, even the people of Makkah valued these months, especially Muharram. And Sahih Bukhari says that “in the time of Jahiliyyah the Quraysh also used to fast Ashura”.
When Islam came, the same honor and dignity remained in it.
The third reason for the sanctity of Muharram is that the sanctity and importance of this month increased in the religion of Moses when Prophet Moses and the children of Israel thanked Allah for the joy of being saved from the cursed Pharaoh on the 10th of Muharram. It was ordered to fast on the same day, which was observed by Moses with the people.
So this method of honor and respect continued to be practiced in Israel.
Fourthly, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) described this month in the hadeeth as the month of the city of Allaah.
The fifth reason is that the virtue of this month is mentioned in the hadiths. Someone asked Hazrat Ali in which month should I fast after the month of Ramadan? Ali replied that a man had once asked the same question to the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and I was sitting next to him. He replied, “If you have to fast after the month of Ramadan, then in the month of Muharram.” Keep it, because it is the month of Allah Almighty, there is a day in which Allah Almighty accepted the repentance of a nation and will continue to accept the repentance of a nation on that day ”(Tirmidhi 1/158).

Similarly, the tenth day of Muharram, ie, Ashura, is a day of great significance and greatness. It was obligatory for Muslims to fast on the tenth of Muharram before the fast of Ramadan became obligatory. Later, when the fast of Ramadan became obligatory, the obligation to fast on Ashura was abolished, but the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) made it obligatory to fast on the day of Ashura And declared recommended.
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) explained the importance of fasting on this day as follows: “I hope, by the mercy of Allaah, that whoever fasts on the day of Ashura will be expiated for the sins of the previous year.”
Similarly, on the tenth of Muharram, Allah saved Moses and his people from Pharaoh, so Moses fasted that day as a sign of thanksgiving.
That is why the Jews also fasted on this day as thanksgiving.
When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) came to know about it, he said, “We are more entitled than you (Jews) to follow the example of Musa (Moses), so you yourself fasted ten Muharrams (Ashura). He also ordered the Holy Prophet to fast. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) always fasted Ashura throughout his life, but on the day of Ashura before his death, he fasted and at the same time said that we Muslims and Jews also fast on the tenth of Muharram, so if If I survive next year, I will not only fast Ashura, but I will also fast one more day, that is, I will fast 9th Muharram or 11th Muharram so that the resemblance with the Jews will disappear.
It is worth noting here that the Holy Prophet (sws) avoided the likeness of non-Muslims in ordinary life, even in some places of worship, and also commanded the Companions.
In addition, many important events in Muharram took place in the pages of history before the martyrdom of Hussein, the details of which are as follows:
1. The Holy Prophet was besieged by the infidels of Makkah on 1st Muharram in Shaab Abi Talib.
2. The second caliph, Syedna Omar Farooq, was martyred on the first of Muharram. The tragedy of the martyrdom of Prophet Syedna Hussain also took place.
Purpose The above details make it clear that the sacred month of Muharram is not only due to the martyrdom of Syedna Hussain or the event of Karbala but also to Islam and its predecessors and its sanctity since the day of creation of the universe. ۔

Unfortunately, our Muslim Sunnis are also very ignorant about their religion and the Rafidis have inadvertently instilled in the minds of the people the lie that the greatness and sanctity of Muharram is only due to the martyrdom of Hussain and also this misconception. There is no other tragedy in the world of martyrdom like that of Hussain. However, there are many more heartbreaking and oppressed incidents in the history of Islam, one of which is the Caliph of the Prophet

Virtues and Problems of Recitation of the Holy Quran – Writing No. 873

 Virtues and Problems of Recitation of the Holy Quran – Writing No. 873 Allah has said in the Holy Quran that the glory of the month of Ramadan is that the glorious book ie the Holy Quran was revealed in it. The month of Ramadan was glorious anyway

Maulana Muhammad Amjad Khan:

Allah has said in the Holy Quran that the glory of the month of Ramadan is that the glorious book ie the Holy Quran was revealed in it. The month of Ramadan was very glorious anyway, but the revelation of the Qur’an added four moons to its greatness. That is why in Ramadan, Gabriel (peace be upon him) came to earth from Sidra-ul-Manhati and used to recite the Holy Quran from the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him).

Suffice it to say that the Qur’an is the word of God. There is no word left before him.

The commentators (may Allah have mercy on them) have quoted the consensus of the ummah that the Qur’an contains the knowledge mentioned in the first divine books and scriptures and all the knowledge till the Day of Resurrection is included in it. As time goes by, these sciences will come to the fore.

Syedna Hazrat Ali Karimullah is the poem of reason

are only in the light of the demands and purposes stated by the Prophet Muhammad. Because only the person on whom the Qur’an was revealed can know the Qur’an.

We have the present Qur’an with the forgiveness of the words which have been revealed to the Holy Prophet. There is no difference between a Zabr and a Zir and it will not come till the Day of Resurrection because the one who took it off has taken the responsibility of its protection.

Hazrat Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) says that the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: When any one of you wants to pray and talk to his Lord, he should recite the Holy Quran.


It is narrated from Hazrat Anas that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) said that when the Qur’an is recited in a house, angels are present in it and the devils run away and the house becomes wide and spacious for its occupants. There is more good in it and less evil in it, and in a house where the Qur’an is not recited, the devils are present, and the angels do not dwell in it, and it is a house for its occupants. It becomes narrower and the goodness decreases and the evilness increases.

(Muhammad ibn Nasr) The angels come to the prayer so that they can hear the recitation of the Holy Quran. Whether the prayer is poisonous or secret, the angels hear the recitation. It is narrated from Hazrat Anas (RA) that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) said that some of the people of the Almighty are people of a special family. The Companions asked, “Who are these people, O Messenger of Allah?”

They are the attributes and attributes of Allah. (Feminine)

It is narrated on the authority of Hazrat Abdullah bin Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said that (because of sins) hearts also rust like iron rust due to water. The Companions (may Allah be pleased with them) asked, “Or did the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) treat it?” He said, “It is possible to cure it with two things.”

One is to remember death frequently because it softens the heart and the other is to recite the Qur’an frequently (it enlightens the heart).

It is narrated on the authority of Hazrat Abdullah bin Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) that the gates of heaven are opened five times (for supplication). During the recitation of the Holy Quran, when Muslims and infidels are lined up in battle, when it is raining, the oppressed At the time of Dua, at the time of Adhan (Tabarani).

That is why when Hazrat Anas (RA) used to recite the complete Qur’an, he used to gather all the family members and ask for prayers and said that prayers are accepted on this occasion.

Umm Al-Mumineen narrated from Hazrat Ayesha (may Allah be pleased with her)

Miracles of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)

Miracles of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) – Writing No. 3523 There was no pulpit in the Prophet’s Mosque before. There was a pillar of palm trunk in the mosque.

The cry of the pillar:

The Prophet’s Mosque did not have a pulpit before. There was a pillar of palm trunk in the mosque. The Prophet (peace be upon him) used to lean on it and deliver the sermon. When the pulpit was ready, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) stood on the pulpit and began to deliver the Friday sermon.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) came down from the pulpit and turned his hand to rest on the pillar and placed it on his chest, then the sound stopped. (Saheeh Bukhari)

The sound of greetings from trees and mountains:

Hazrat Ali says: One day when I went out to Makkah with the Holy Prophet (sws) to one side, I saw that the sound of Salam or the Messenger of Allah (sws) came from every mountain and tree.


Rock shattering:

The Companions were digging a trench in Ghazwa Khandaq. Coincidentally, a very hard rock came out of a place. Many attempts were made to break it but it did not break. Came to the service of the situation. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) got up and came himself and took a hoe in the bathroom and struck it so hard that the rock shattered.

(Sahih Bukhari)

Sword wound healing:

In the battle of Khyber, Hazrat Salma bin Aku was wounded in the leg by a sword. He came to the Holy Prophet (sws). The Holy Prophet (sws) suffocated him three times and then he did not feel any complaint. The mark was left. (Bukhari)

Speaking of dumb:

In the farewell pilgrimage, a woman came to the service of the Prophet (peace be upon him) with her child and said that he did not speak.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) asked for water. He washed his hands, rinsed them and said, “Give him this water and sprinkle some of it on him.” (Sunan Ibn Majah)

The recovery of the sick:

Hazrat Uthman bin Abi Al-Aas once fell seriously ill. The Holy Prophet (sws) visited him and said, “Recite this prayer seven times and turn your hand over your body.”

Hazrat Uthman (may Allah be pleased with him) used to say that when I did this, Allah Almighty cured my illness.

Healing of Hazrat Saad Bin Waqas:

Hazrat Sa’d bin Waqas says that I went to Mecca with the Holy Prophet (sws). I went there and became very ill until I prepared a will.

When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) came to visit him, he said, “O Messenger of Allaah! I will die in the place from which I migrated.” Heal Saad, heal Saad. He was healed by the prayers of the Holy Prophet (sws) and lived for fourteen or fifteen years after the demise of the Holy Prophet (sws).


Being light in the dark:

Hazrat Anas says that two Companions stayed in the service of the Holy Prophet (sws) till late at night. When they returned, the night was very dark but by the power of Allah, something like a lamp shone in front of them. When the two of them separated and went to their respective homes, one lamp became with one and the other with the other.

Until both of them went home. (Sahih Bukhari)

The healing of Hazrat Ali’s eyes:

In the battle of Khyber, when the Holy Prophet (sws) summoned Hazrat Ali ibn Abi Talib to impart knowledge, it was found that he had a problem with conjunctivitis. The Holy Prophet (sws) looked into the eyes of Hazrat Ali (ra). He found his saliva burning and suffocated.

Hazrat Ali’s eyes were healed at that time. It seemed that there was never any pain in his eyes. (Bukhari)

Praying for Anas:

When the Prophet (peace be upon him) came to Madinah, Anas’s mother brought him to the service of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and asked for prayers for him. The Prophet (peace be upon him) developed wealth and children. Prayed for

Hazrat Anas states that today with the blessing of this prayer I have a lot of wealth, the number of my sons and grandsons has reached close to one hundred. The effect of this prayer was that Hazrat Anas bin Malik’s garden twice a year There was a flowering tree in this garden which smelled of musk. (Muslim)

The cry of the camel:

One day he went to the garden of an Ansari.

A camel was riding there. When he saw the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) he felt a bubble and tears came to his eyes. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) approached him and touched his head. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) asked whose camel it was. The people mentioned the name of an Ansaari. When they were called, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Have mercy on me

This camel has complained to me that you keep him hungry and hurt him. (Abu Dawud)

Get rid of madness:

A man came and asked, “O Allah’s Apostle! My brother is ill. Pray. He asked, ‘What is the disease?’ He said, “Bring him.” When he came, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) recited a few surahs of the Qur’aan and breathed on him. (Sunan Ibn Majah)