Hazrath Moulana Omarjee Saheb (R.A.)


Sunday, 04 November 2007 16:37

The demise of a senior Aalim and selfless, dedicated son of Islam in the calibre of Hazrath Moulana Abdul Haq Omarjee Saheb (R.A.) is an immeasurable loss to all. May Allah Ta’ala grant Moulana high stages in Jannah and make his great sacrifices for Deen a means of perpetual rewards for him. Aameen.

   Hazrath Moulana Omarjee Saheb was closely attached to Madrasah Taleemuddeen. Despite his ill health he always graced the Jalsas and other functions of the institution. He also assisted the Madrasah in various ways and would always enquire about the affairs of the Madrasah. May Allah Ta’ala shower His rahmah and barakah upon him and grant his family and associates sabr-e-jameel. Aameen




Sunday, 04 November 2007 16:36

The great Khalifah of his time, Hazrath Umar bin Abdul Aziz (R.A.), had dispatched Mansoor bin Ghalib to fight the armies of the enemy. Umar bin Abdul Aziz (R.A.) on that occasion wrote the following advice to him:

“Adopt Taqwa (fear of Allah) in every condition since Taqwa is the best provision, the most effective strategy and true power. Amirul Mu’mineen commands you that you and your companions must fear the disobedience of Allah Ta’ala more than you fear the enemy. Sins are more dangerous for a person than his enemy. The enemy overcomes one due to one’s sins. If we are sinners like our enemy, the enemy will prove to be superior in strength and numbers. Do not guard yourself against any enemy more than you guard yourself against sins. Do not be concerned about anything more than your sins”

(Ta’meere Hayaat).






Do I want barakah?


Sunday, 04 November 2007 16:34

Do I want barakah in my life and wealth? Yes indeed, I will love that. Do I want a double reward for the sadaqah (charity) that I give? A double reward? Most certainly. Do I want the support of Allah Ta’ala? I definitely need His support. Do I want high stages and lofty ranks on the Day of Judgment? Absolutely.

Read more: Do I want barakah?


The Test of Wealth


Sunday, 04 November 2007 16:31

Among the fundamental beliefs of a Muslim is the belief in the reality of life after death. A Mu’min believes that the grave is either a garden of Jannah, which the inmate of the grave enjoys or it is a part of hell wherein the inmate suffers. He also firmly believes that the Day of Judgment will come and every person will have to give an account of his life in this world. Rasulullah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) is reported to have said: “On the Day of Judgment no person will move from the spot he is standing on until he is asked four questions: How did he spend his life? How did he spend his youth? How did he earn his money and where did he spend it? How much did he practice upon the knowledge of Deen he possessed? (Mishkaat).

Read more: The Test of Wealth


Forsaking Disputes


Sunday, 04 November 2007 16:23

Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) is reported to have said: “The one who forsakes a dispute in which he was wrong (i.e. he accepts his fault and submits to the truth), he will be given a palace on the borders of Jannah. The one who forsakes a dispute despite being rightful in his claim (i.e. he backed off from the dispute and withdrew his claim which he was entitled to), he will be granted a palace in the middle of Jannah. And the one who adopts good character (so that he does not even get involved in a dispute at all), he will be granted a palace in the higher stages of Jannah.”



Page 143 of 158

Al-Haadi - Site Map