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Madrasah Jalsah 2017

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Sunday, 14 May 2017 08:10

Bukhaari Shareef Khatam

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01. Intro 367.7 KB
02. Qiraat - Muhammad Raees Abdul Haqq 886 KB
03. Naat - Makinuddeen 1.8 MB
04. Important Announcement - Ml. Ismail Bayat 1.5 MB
05. The Life of Imaam Bukhaari (rahimullah) 911 KB
06. Bukhaari Shareef Khatam - Mufti Ebrahim Salajee (d.b) 8.2 MB
07. Nikaahs 540.8 KB
08. Dua - Mufti Shafeequl Islam (d.b) 104 MB
09. Dastaar Bandi 630.8 KB


 

Hifzul Quraan Khatam and Annual Jalsah

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01. Intro 222.6 KB
02. Qiraat - Abdur Razzaq Sanoosi 1 MB
03. Naat - Abdullah Vahed 1.4 MB
04. Urdu Bayaan - Ml. Hasan Salajee & Ml. Riyaadh Suliman 4.3 MB
05. Qiraat - Ahmad Bassa 2.3 MB
06. Hamd - Muhammad Ismail Patel 1.2 MB
07. Arabic Bayaan - Shabbeer Ahmad Desai & Muhammad Mulla 3.8 MB
08. Qiraat - Ml. Luqmaan Shaikh 2.2 MB
09. English Bayaan - Ridwaan Patel 3.2 MB
10. Guest Speaker - Hazrat Ml. Abdul Haqq Makada Saheb 4.7 MB
11. Hifz Khatam 3.7 MB
12. Prize Giving 1.4 MB
13. Dua - Hazrat Ml. Abdul Haqq Makada Saheb 677 KB
 

 

 

The Spirit of Ramadhaan - e-book

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Saturday, 20 May 2017 06:34

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Published by: Madrasah Ta'leemuddeen

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The blessed month of Ramadhaan holds a very special place in the heart of every Muslim, and is eagerly anticipated by one and all. While most people are aware of the abundant blessings, special mercies and tremendous rewards that are on offer in this auspicious period, not all manage to capitalize on this opportunity and improve their relationship with their Creator during this month of mercy.  

In this regard, it is the pious servants of Allah Ta‘ala who truly understand the objective of Ramadhaan and the crucial role it plays in the life of a Muslim. They thus value every second of this blessed month and strive to gain maximum goodness and blessings from it.

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Anger Management

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Thursday, 11 May 2017 14:20

Many times we are faced with situations where we become angry and feel the urge to vent our anger by shouting at or reprimanding those around us. We often vent our anger on those that are closest to us and those over whom we have some type of authority.

Did we ever stop for a moment and think, “How many times have I disobeyed Allah Ta‘ala and hence earned His anger? Would I be pleased if Allah Ta‘ala had to punish me for every sin that I commit? Would I be pleased if Allah Ta‘ala had to deprive me of a single bounty of His, merely because I disobeyed Him?”

Definitely not! Hence, we should apply the same principle to others and overlook their shortcomings to the extent that we wish Allah Ta‘ala to overlook ours. 

 

Piety from Childhood

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Thursday, 27 April 2017 14:17

As a child, Hazratjee Moulana Maseehullah Khan Saheb (rahmatullahi ‘alaih) never missed his salaah with jamaat. He would always be in the musjid and was very particular about performing every salaah with jamaat. Together with this he was very enthusiastic to perform nafl salaah and spend his time in the musjid reciting the Quraan Majeed and making zikr. He was punctual with his Tahajjud Salaah from childhood and would spend long hours making zikr and engaging in fervent du‘aa to Allah Ta‘ala. He would also keep nafl fasts in abundance. When he became baaligh he would often call out the azaan in the local musjid and perform the salaah. If perchance Hazratjee was delayed for some reason, the musallis would wait for him to arrive and then only would they commence the salaah. (Hazrat Moulana Maseehullah Khan Saheb [rahmatullahi ‘alaih] – A Brief Biography, pg. 10)

   

The Condition for the Acceptance of Du‘aas

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Monday, 01 May 2017 15:43

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Hazrat Shaikh Moulana Muhammad Zakariyya (rahmatullahi ‘alaih) writes:

It is necessary to bear in mind that there are certain conditions for the acceptance of du‘aas. In the absence of these conditions, du‘aas may often be rejected. Among these conditions is the consumption of halaal food. When haraam is consumed, du‘aas are not accepted. Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) said, “Many a greatly distressed person raises his hands to the heavens, praying and crying, ‘O Allah! O Allah!’ But his food is haraam, what he drinks is haraam and his clothes are of haraam. In such a case, how can his du‘aa be accepted?”

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Inspirational Advice

The Blessed Bread

(Abu Muslim Al-Khawlaani [rahimahullah] #3)

On one occasion, the wife of Abu Muslim Al-Khawlaani (rahimahullah) said to him, “O Abu Muslim! We do not have any flour!” Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) asked her, “Do you have any money?” She replied, “I have one dirham which we earned through selling yarn.” Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) instructed, “Hand me the dirham and give me a sack.”

Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) thereafter proceeded to the market and stood before a man who was selling food. However, at that moment, a beggar also arrived and stood before Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) imploring, “O Abu Muslim! Give me some charity!” As Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) only had one dirham and there was no food at home, he turned and fled from the beggar, arriving at another food stall. The beggar, however, followed him and continued to call out to him. Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) thus fled for a third time and went to a third stall, but the beggar persistently followed him and continued to implore him for charity.

Finally, viewing the beggar’s persistence, he relented and gave him the dirham. Abu Muslim (rahimahullah), not wanting to take the sack home empty, filled it with sawdust and sand and proceeded home. When he reached the door of his home, he was afraid to enter as he did not have any food to give his wife. Not knowing what else to do, he knocked on the door and when his wife opened it, he gave her the bag, turned and left.

His wife, not knowing what had transpired, took the bag and opened it, finding it full of white flour! She thus formed the dough and baked the bread. After a short portion of the night had passed, Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) arrived at home and knocked on the door. When he entered, she spread the tablecloth and placed loaves of bread before him. Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) was surprised and asked, “Where did you get this bread?” She replied, “O Abu Muslim, from the flour that you brought.” When Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) heard this, he began to eat the bread as he wept in gratitude to Allah Ta‘ala. (Sifatus Safwah vol. 2 pg. 371)

Lessons:

1. Sadaqah (charity) will never decrease a person’s wealth. Rather, it brings barakah (blessings).

2. Every person’s sustenance has been written and preordained. Hence, because it was decreed that Abu Muslim (rahimahullah) would receive the bread, even though he gave the dirham away, he still enjoyed the bread. Similarly, our sustenance, down to the last cent and morsel, has been decreed and cannot change. Hence, we cannot control the amount of wealth that we earn and enjoy. However, we can choose to earn it and spend it in a halaal manner. By doing this, we will receive the exact same wealth – but with the blessings and happiness of Allah Ta‘ala.

3. The pious friends of Allah Ta‘ala have such a bond and relationship with Allah Ta‘ala that He always cares for them and makes divine arrangements for them.

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