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Q&A: Qadaa’ Wal Qadar (Divine Fate and Destiny)

Question: Assalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakaatuhu In the book  At Tayseer Fi Usool At Tafseer  [page 44 Arabic version]: “Or through definite transmission (Naqli) from Allah سبحانه وتعالى in His Holy Book or from His Messenger ﷺ in his Mutawatir Hadith; like the belief in the Unseen, the Angels, the previously sent down Books, preceding Prophets, the Last Day and Qadar, its good and bad. Allah Almighty says in Surat An Nisa’ verse 136: يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا آمِنُوا بِاللَّهِ وَرَسُولِهِ وَالْكِتَابِ الَّذِي نَزَّلَ عَلَى رَسُولِهِ وَالْكِتَابِ الَّذِي أَنْزَلَ مِنْ قَبْلُ وَمَنْ يَكْفُرْ بِاللَّهِ وَمَلَائِكَتِهِ وَكُتُبِهِ وَرُسُلِهِ وَالْيَوْمِ الْآخِرِ فَقَدْ ضَلَّ ضَلَالًا بَعِيدًا “O you who have believed, believe in Allah and His Messengers and the Book that He sent down upon His Messengers and the Scripture which He sent down before. And whoever disbelieves in Allah, His angels, His Books. His messengers. And the last Day has certainly gon

Ottomon History Archives: Poem by Sultan Murad

SULTAN MURAD III: "WAKE UP O MY EYES FROM HEEDLESSNESS" This poem have been written by Sultan Murad III who reigned the Ottoman Empire between 1574-1595. One day, Sultan Murad could not wake up for the dawn prayer (fajr) and he felt so sorry and he wrote his famous peom, to state his deep feelings which impressive by itself indeed: WAKE UP O MY EYES FROM HEEDLESSNESS Wake up, o my eyes, wake up from heedlessness Wake up, o my very sleepy eyes, wake up Azrael's intent is the soul, believe me Wake up, o my eyes, wake up from heedlessness Wake up, o my very sleepy eyes, wake up All birds wake up before dawn They start reciting God's names in their own tongues Mountains, rocks and trees declare His unity Wake up, o my eyes, wake up from heedlessness Wake up, o my very sleepy eyes, wake up They open the doors of the heavens They sprinkle the water of Mercy upon believers They sew the heaven dress for those waking up at dawn Wake up, o my eyes, wake up from heedlessness

Q&A: Mixing between the sexes at Weddings & Universities?

The following is the translation of a Q&A from Sheikh Abdul Qadeem Zalloom (rh) of Hizb ut-Tahrir. Question and Answer These days the people have become accustomed to hiring out halls for their wedding feasts. These halls are of two types: First: mixed halls where men and women are invited and they sit together. When the bride comes from the Saloon they make her sit with the bridegroom and there are women around them who are mahrams and non-mahram. The women in such situations usually are adorned and reveal their ‘awrah. They sing and dance in front of the bride and bridegroom. Men also participate in this. During the celebrations the bridegroom places adornments on bride’s hands, neck and ears as the people are accustomed to do. Second: Halls hired by those who concerned for Islam. One hall for men and one hall for women. Ie without mixing. But when the bride comes she is made to sit with her bridegroom together in the woman’s hall. The women, mahrams and non-ma

RAMADAN SERIES: From the Biographies of the Pioneers in Hizb ut Tahrir

#RAMADAN SERIES: From the Biographies of the Pioneers in Hizb ut Tahrir In recognition and appreciation for the efforts and sacrifices of the early builders from the dawah carriers on the methodology of the Prophethood, the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir is pleased and honored to publish during the Holy Month of Ramadan for the year 1436 AH - 2015 CE video presentations to hear the biographies of our brothers from the first generation of Hizb ut Tahrir, the pioneers who built and founded the dawah and sacrificed their lives and toiled in their lives to allow the call to the invitation of Khilafah upon the methodology of the Prophethood to reach where it has reached today. This series of interviews has been collected under the title of "From the Pioneers of Hizb ut Tahrir" so stay tuned during the holy month of Ramadan. Session 1 Tawfeeq Ali Yousuf Al-‘Aaridah (Abu Bilal) Ramadan 1436 AH - June/July 2015 CE Watch the video here: