Al-Haq Bulletin Number 60

Tuesday, September 03 2019
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Al-Haq Bulletin Number 60

ARE THE ULAMA HARSH?

Hadhrat Maulana Masihullah Khan (Rahmatullah alayh) said: “People accuse the Ulama (Ulama-e-Haqq) of being harsh and muta-assib (bigoted) although they are unaware of the meaning of bigotry (ta-assub). They should first learn the meaning of ta-assub then criticize.

Ta-assub means baseless and unjust defence. The attitude of defending the Deen is called Hamiyat and Ghairat. It is never bigotry.

Reflect a bit on a man’s reaction if it is said to him that his mother is a prostitute in a brothel while this is not the truth. How will this person react? In defence of the honour of his mother he may react with violence. Will his reaction be described as ta-assub or Hamiyat and Ghairat?

Just as this person reacts emotionally in defence of the honour of his mother, so too do the Ulama react in defence of the honour of the Shariah when any hukm is mocked or criticized.

If the Ulama do not react in this manner, it will mean that they are not people of the Deen.

 

NO WHERE TO TURN!

“If Allah helps you, then no one can defeat you. And, if He withholds His aid from you, then who can help you thereafter?”  (Qur’aan)

“There is no help except  from Allah, The Mighty, The Wise.” (Qur’aan) 

There is no aid and no succour for Muslims anywhere in the world. Muslims have abandoned Allah Ta’ala, therefore He has abandoned  us and  granted our enemies domination to punish us for  the deeds of flagrant rebellion against Him. The Ummah lies prostrate at the feet of the kuffaar and mushrikeen. This is Allah’s decree for Muslims who  seek honour, respect and guidance from the kuffaar enemy. 

“What! Do you search for izzat (honour) by them (the kuffaar)? Verily, all Izzat is for only Allah.”      (Qur’aan)

THE BEST AND THE WORST

"The noblest Sultan (king) is he who sits in the company of the Ulama and the worst Aalim is he who sits in the company of Sultans (kings/rulers)."

The Mashaaikh said: "Praiseworthy is that wealthy man who goes to the door of the Faqeer, and vile is that Faqeer who goes to the door of the wealthy.”

The one who possesses Ilm and Taqwa is a man of Allah. He is not in need of the people of the dunya. The scholar who hankers after the company of the wealthy and the rulers is a disgrace to the Knowledge of the Deen and a traitor to the Cause of this sacred Knowledge.

 

THE SYRIAN ‘JIHAD’ THE BEGINNING OF THE END

CHINESE ATROCITIES

INDIA BANNING SALAAT

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