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The Majalis (programmes) of Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Salejee Saheb, are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays after `Asr  Salah at the Madrasah Taleemuddeen Musjid during those times of the year when Madrasah is open. In the month of Ramadaan, during which Hadrat Mufti Saheb spends the entire month in I`tikaaf, there are  three Majlis's daily. One at 9.30 a.m., a second after the Asr salah and a third at night after the taraweeh salaah daily.

Although these majalis of Hadrat have been conducted for many years recordings of only the past few years are available in audio format. Due to lack of space and bandwidth we will only be able to make available a few of these on this website.

All files are in MP3 format. You will need Windows Media Player or any other MP3 player to listen to the file once downloaded. You may need to Right Click the Link and choose "Save Target As" to first save the file to your PC.

 

06 September 2014

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Saturday, 13 September 2014 12:36

Saturday Majlis of Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Salejee Saheb

Date: 2014-09-06

Format: MP3

Size: 10.8 MB

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30 August 2014

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Saturday, 13 September 2014 12:36

Saturday Majlis of Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Salejee Saheb

Date: 2014-08-30

Format: MP3

Size: 9.8 MB

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23 August 2014

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Saturday, 13 September 2014 12:35

Saturday Majlis of Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Salejee Saheb

Date: 2014-08-23

Format: MP3

Size: 9.2 MB

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16 August 2014

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Saturday, 13 September 2014 12:34

Saturday Majlis of Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Salejee Saheb

Date: 2014-08-16

Format: MP3

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09 August 2014

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Saturday, 13 September 2014 12:33

Saturday Majlis of Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Salejee Saheb

Date: 2014-08-09

Format: MP3

Size: 8.4 MB

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Identifying the Genuine from the Artificial

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Saturday, 07 June 2014 14:57

(Highlights of Mufti Ebrahim Salejee’s majlis - Saturday 24th May)

1. This world is a world of varieties and assortments and this is the test that we face. The first part of the trial is to identify the genuine from the artificial and the second part is to then hold firm to the genuine. It is like a soccer match; you will have to identify the goal post and then continuously rush to it and aim. However, on account of the similarities there appears to be confusion in identifying the genuine and true path. The further you move away from the time of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam), the thicker the fog and mist of ambiguity gets. If the path and road is not clear, then even if you are an experienced and licensed driver you will not be able to identify the path and you may meet up in an accident. Nowadays, on account of the abundance of filth and evil, the path has become misty. One type of confusion that has overcome us is that we have adopted the mere appearance of Islam and then become confused feeling that this is correct and we become complacent.

2. The word nifaaq actually means to take refuge from an enemy in an underground tunnel. You would find generally that there are three types of behaviours that people adopt with regards to sinning: (1) A person does not feel ashamed and does the sin and evil openly. (2) The person does the evil, but in the confines and tunnel of a club, just in order to save his respect. (3) The individual does the sin individually and all alone within the confines of his home and very few people may know about it, and people think him to be a pious person. It does not matter whether it is a small sin or not, for a sin is a sin after all. When one persists upon a small sin, it then turns into a major sin. One will outwardly show a glamorous picture of himself, but within there is a deep corrosion. So Allah Ta‘ala wants that which is genuine and not artificial.

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The Different Levels of Taqwa

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Thursday, 29 May 2014 10:25

(Highlights of Mufti Ebrahim Salejee’s majlis - Saturday 17th May)

1. Hazrat Mufti Mahmood Saheb (rahmatullahi ‘alaih) and Hazratjee Ml. Maseehullah (rahmatullahi ‘alaih) were contemporaries and studying together. Much of the good works that we find nowadays is linked directly or indirectly to them. During their studying days, they never stretched out their hands to anyone, even if they required something. They possessed true taqwa.

Taqwa generally translates as guarding yourself. It has three levels: (1) Protecting yourself against shirk – this is found in every Muslim. (2) Safeguarding yourself against the disobedience of Allah Ta‘ala – This is the way of a committed Muslim. (3) The third level which is the highest level is that of the auliyaa and siddeqeen. One reaches a stage where his mind and heart are continuously flourishing with the pleasure and love of Allah Ta‘ala and Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam). He does not find any interest and excitement in anything else.

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Misuse of the Tongue and Fanaa

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Tuesday, 20 May 2014 14:57

(Highlights of Mufti Ebrahim Salejee’s majlis - Saturday 10th May)

1. Shammas bin Qais was a Jew and could not withstand the fact that the Sahaabah (radhiyallahu ‘anhum) who were enemies at one stage were now living in peace and harmony. He understood that Islam was the reason for this change and he felt the need to break them apart. Hence, he instigated them to speak of the virtues of their forefathers. This then lead to quarrelling among themselves and eventually deciding to go to battle. This was the consequence of the misuse of the tongue.

Misuse of the tongue has a very disastrous outcome. There must have been some reason that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) stressed on the misuse of the tongue. The hadeeth speaks of the fast being lost because of the misuse of the tongue. Sometimes it is just one word that breaks up a home and a marriage. With a single sentence, a person is able to instigate and spur one against the other.

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Nabi's (sallallahu 'alaihi wasallam) Teaching of Advanced Preparation

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Tuesday, 13 May 2014 10:55

(Highlights of Mufti Ebrahim Salejee’s majlis - Saturday 3rd May)

1. Allah Ta‘ala speaks of the love and concern that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) had for his ummah and it is on account of this love that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) looked for ways whereby we would be able to progress and be successful. Thus, he has shown us the way of preparing before the arrival of any event. Hence, it was Nabi’s (sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam) habit to have the wudhu water prepared for tahajjud before going to sleep. He discouraged us from sleeping before ‘esha in case we miss our salaah. Likewise we should not engage in futile discussions and actions after ‘esha as this will cause us to miss the tahajjud salaah. Thus, he wants us to win and not be losers. He is showing us procedure and mannerisms.

2. As Ramadhaan approaches we read the fadhaail and virtues of Ramadhaan so that we can motivate ourselves. A businessman markets and advertises his products and then he sees the customers coming in. Likewise, these ahaadeeth will motivate us to prepare and be ready for the month of Ramadhaan.

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Adopting the Correct Procedures in Deeni Efforts

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Sunday, 04 May 2014 11:50

(Highlights of Mufti Ebrahim Salejee’s majlis - Saturday 26th April)

1. Allah Ta‘ala’s love for His servants is more than the love the servants have for themselves. Hence, it is on account of this love that Allah has placed procedures and systems for man to follow. A person conducts business following some procedure and system. He understands that if he follows the procedure then he will achieve his goal. He will do the presentation, marketing and pricing well and then he will see the customers coming in.

Likewise when working for the aakhirat, one needs to work for it, but using the correct procedure – was‘aa lahaa sa’yahaa. Allah Ta‘ala wants us to make an effort but we should do it correctly. So it will be wrong for one to justify his stance and say that he made an effort, though he had not followed the correct procedures. It is like a matric student who barely studies and after failing the exams says that he studied. However, he will be asked whether he studied following the correct procedure for studying. He cannot say that this was taqdeer.

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