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1 Rabi' al-Thani 1441 A.H. - December 1 2019 Issue # 48, Newsletter #1839

Hadith of the Week

Don't Rush Prayers

Narrated by Abu Huraira, r.a.,
Allah's Apostle entered the mosque and a person followed him. The man prayed and went to the Prophet and greeted him. The Prophet returned the greeting and said to him, "Go back and pray, for you have not prayed." The man went back prayed in the same way as before, returned and greeted the Prophet who said, "Go back and pray, for you have not prayed."

This happened thrice.

The man said, "By Him Who sent you with the Truth, I cannot offer the prayer in a better way than this. Please, teach me how to pray." The Prophet said, "When you stand for Prayer say Takbir and then recite from the Holy Qur'an (of what you know by heart) and then bow till you feel at ease.

Then raise your head and stand up straight, then prostrate till you feel at ease during your prostration, then sit with calmness till you feel at ease (do not hurry) and do the same in all your prayers. "

Bukhari Volume 1, Book 12, Number 724
 Sis Kristi

[With thanks to Sis. Kristi]

 Word Around The Net

by Br. Nazeer, Texas
Israel approves new settlement, orders Hebron market bulldozed

Yemen's Houthi shoot down Saudi Apache helicopter

Palestinian teen killed by Israeli forces in Gaza Strip

Violence continues in Iraq: at least 7 people shot dead hours after PM resignation.

Venice - waters still rising and its population is falling.

Australian freed by Taliban recounts rescue attempts by US forces

London "terror attack" puts city on high-alert.

Protests continue in Iraq despite prime minister offering resignation

Political Prisoners :

Civil Discord Show


White Marsh, eastern Maryland.
On November 29.

A five-page Jamaat al-Muslimeen document was given to 57 Muslims after juma' salat. Here is an outline of the 5 pages.

  1. Shoora about issues in USA and Muslim world.

  2. Court in India gave historic Babri Masjid to Hindus.

  3. Imran regime surrendered Kashmir.

  4. Maulana Fazlur Rahman Smashed IK regime's arguments.

  5. New fighting in Syria. Chaos in Iraq.

 Social Media

Jamaat al-Muslimeen's Facebook page posted the November 24th issue of New Trend.
It reached 129,443 people, including many in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Turkey.

Articles in this issue included:

  1. Du'a is central to Islam.

  2. Murrium Aurangzeb attacks Imran Khan.

  3. Hasah, r.a., opposed war of Ali, r.a. & Muawiyya, r.a.

  4. Russian bombing in Syria: Iraqi police shooting protestors.

  5. Syrian restaurant in Islamabad,

  6. Pakistani jumped Qur'an burner.


Reader objects to another reader's Comment on Ilhan Omar.

Assalaamu alaykum Br Kaukab,
I was disturbed by the type of reporting you are permitting for Ilhan Omar.

Whether or not she is a muslim, she is a woman. Islam demands respect for dignity of woman. This is what I learnt from you.

How come you are allowing statements like this?:

It has also been shown that Ilhan Omar has a history of "shacking up" with boyfriends, and calling them husbands, and saying it was from her "faith tradition" (but not a legal marriage). She breaks up with boyfriends with whom she lives, and calls it a divorce "in her faith tradition:

- Shoaib


Popular Islamic Leader

by Abdulkabir Oyemomi



Brother Abdur-Razaq, where are you? The anxious and inaudible phone call from Nurudeen Jumah jolted me. "I'm in the office," I replied. "NS is gone!" He announced. "I can't hear you," was my response, wondering why this hasty news. He repeated forcefully, "NS is gone, NS is gone." And my voice collapsed! Subhannallah, Yeeeeee! Not true! Allaahu Akbar. Oh my God! Inna lillahi wa innan ilayhi raaji'uun.

I put my head on the table and was crying but soon realised I could embarrass my colleagues, hence, I retired to a small meeting room nearby to continue crying and muttering Subhannallah. I managed to avoid wailing, knowing the implications. Haa, my brother, Niyi Sanuth is indeed dead!

Allah knows best. The news of his passage is really touching and devastating! How I wish the news was not real. I knew him since our Movement for Islamic and Cultural Awareness (MICA) days, and have been friends ever since. He's unassuming, sincere, compassionate and straightforward. No-holds-barred, yet diplomatic!

I went to him at Zenith bank around 1997, looking for a job. He admonished me against bank jobs and told me he was resigning soon! I couldn't believe a rising star in one of the top banks could resign while approaching the zenith of a shining, unblemished career. He urged me to join Deen Communications then, moreso that I read Mass Communication I offered to be part of the Editorial Team, which I did for some time. And behold, he resigned soon as promised. And we remained in touch till his passage early November 2019.

He has been a resource person for H&H Inv. Club, and severally for Tanzeel Schools. And of recent, we partnered for Commodities business. Wherever he goes, he's extremely humble, but always noticeable and impactful. He's the proverbial golden fish with no hiding place.

The popular Feed a Soul that now feeds thousands of poor Muslims in Ramadan was his brainchild. And I wonder where he derives his energy from. He's such a special breed! Even until he breathed his last, he was still mustering positive energy!

What of KBC- Knowledge Building Course, which has transformed millions of lives of young Muslims? Many of us benefitted quarterly from the fountain of knowledge of renowned scholars in those sessions.

He is the publisher of Deen Digest, which transformed into an Naseeha, and also Legacy, targeted at the teens but nonetheless very useful for the older ones.

On his sick bed in India, I sent him a couple of messages which I presumed he read but he didn't respond. I was scared and expressed it in my post on October 30. And he responded: "Wa alaykum salaam wa rahmatullah wa barakatuhu Oju ogun le oo, but aanu Oluwa ati adura yin ngbe wa duro*

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Jazakallaahu khayraan"

The message sent jitters down my spine. For him to acknowledge tough terrains means it was really tough, to put it mildly. He's a truly courageous brother.

I expressed joy and sent more messages. He responded on the 31st October. I was further encouraged and sent more. And then, he read but never replied again.

And that's why I was inconsolable when bro. Nurudeen Jumah broke the tough news. It was an Indian that noticed me in my crying room and was trying to be nice. "Should someone drive you home?", he asked. I controlled my anger and told him that my brother died in his country, India!

When I had issues in a marriage and rumours were flying around, he was the only brother, apart from my Imam, who confronted me, and appreciated the situation. He's that bold, yet diplomatic. Most others were just grimacing whenever I passed them.

His death has made it rife for us all to reflect, to reassess ourselves. It was encomiums everywhere for him. If it's any of us, how will we be reviewed? Can we pick one or two lessons from his death?

Has his death not confirmed the ephemerality and mirage nature of life? If yes, why are we keeping puerile bickers? Why are we enemies and strange bedfellows because of a passing stranger? The positive comments that followed his death are unprecedented. I hope his death will make many of us re-organise our perceptions. Sanuth (as I call him) has touched more lives than any brother that I know. He is ever willing to help, to please and to admonish. Yet he's gone! I pray that his legacies will endure. That Allah would raise another bridge builder. That Allah would console and compensate all those he left behind, especially his immediate family, and keep them united, aamin.

And for him, all positive testimonies trailing him are pointers to his abode. May Allah expand his grave, make Barzakh comforting for him, make answers to his questions easy. And on the day of Qiyamah, make him an inmate of al Jannatul Firdaus, aamin.

Allahumma ghafrlahu wa arhamhu, Aameen.



What Should US Muslims do in these
Dire Circumstances?

by Kaukab Siddique

Here are a few introductory suggestions based on extensive experience.

Follow leaders who have proven that they will not sell out.

Always do shoora if your actions will affect the community.

Call Christians to Jesus, pbuh, so that they stop the wars and extremism of the right wing. This does not mean "interfaith" conferences. Islam and Christianity are separate and distinct religions. The internal Christian process of change towards peace should be helped.

Start with your personal life. Pray 5 times a day. Your inheritance should be according to Islamic law, Form committees to make sure women are not beaten or abused.

Shar'ia: Those Muslims who find hijra impossible should work for the implementation of Shari'a for US Muslims. If nine million Muslims stand up, using peaceful means, for Shar'ia, we'll have Shar'ia.

Da'wah. Calling the people of America to Islam. The writings of Br. Shamim Siddiqui and the efforts of Imam Badi Ali are important. Without Da'wah, neither hijra nor Shar'ia can become real.

We must resist peacefully and within the limits of the law. Violence provides American power the opportunity to terrorize Muslims through its 'Muslim' organizations. Do not be violent, ever. Remember Bilal, r.a., and Summayya, r.a.. (The latter spat in the oppressor's face.)

Remain peaceful but do not ever cooperate with the oppressors and the Zionists.

The duty of hijra has been ignored by US Muslims. It is difficult. We have become so used to a comfortable life in America that we do not even consider hijra. In certain circumstances, hijra is required in Islam.



JI Report
Pinpointing Imran Regime's Failures.
by Qaiser Sharif

LAHORE- Nov 30: Jamaat-e-Islami chief Senator Sirajul Haq has expressed doubts over the government capability to legislate and iron out the lacunae in the reappointment or extension of tenure of an army chief.

In a statement issued from Mansoora on Saturday, he said it had been repeatedly proven that the government lacked capacity to deal with sensitive matters ranging from economy to politics, diplomacy and law and order.

"It is too early to say that the ruling party will show seriousness in the legislation process on army chief tenure within the given time frame by the apex court."

He said the rulers had already caused embarrassment for the military due to their ineptness and also they also disappointed the common people by hitting them hard with skyrocketing inflation and unemployment. The masses were feeling unprotected due to poor law and order situation, he said, adding the prices of food items went out of public reach and they had no access to clean water, basic health and education facilities.

The JI Emir said the prime minister frequently talked about the clean environment but his team even failed to take pre-emptive measure to control rising smog.

Similarly, the team of the prime minister, who had repeatedly declared Parvez Musharraf a national criminal in past, rushed to the court to defend the former military dictator.

During the last 15 months of its rule, he said, the ruling party acted exactly opposite to it claims it made during the election campaign. He said the government came to power on the slogan of "change" but proved itself an agent of status quo.

Meanwhile, JI Naib Emir Liaqat Baloch said the bureaucracy had become a scapegoat only to save the skin of incapable rulers of Punjab. He said there was worst governance in Punjab and the team in charge was unable to run the affairs of the biggest province.

He expressed concern over the situation in Indian Held Kashmir and demanded the international community to shun its silence over the crimes against humanity in the held area. He said the JI would lead Kashmir March in Islamabad on December 22 to express solidarity with Kashmiri brethren.

War News

 War News

Russian bombing and Assad's Barrel bombs continue. Clashes in southeastern Idlib. Shelling at Aleppo reported.

November 25 to December 1.

Several mujahideen groups led by al-Nusra advanced against Assad's forces [Shia militias] and captured 4 villages. Russia bombed the mujahideen, Assad forces counterattacked and took back the villages. The mujahideen advanced again the next day and retook the villages. Assad's troops attacked again but this time could not re-take the villages. Death toll on both sides.

Assad's helicopters dropped barrel bombs on mujahideen [Chinese] in northeastern Lattakia and set fire to the forest but positions did not change.

At and near Aleppo city. opposition fighters shelled Assad regime positions and were countered by the regime. The fighters are nearing the city,

DEMONSTRATORS in several towns in Deraa province rallied against Assad regime and demanded release of prisoners.

Clashes are reported in north central Syria from where pro-Turkey Syrians are advancing against SDF Kurds towards Al-Raqqa.

SOHR is complaining that IS fighters are infiltrating SDF in Deir ex Zor and pretending to be SDF.

Death toll now 400 killed, 2000 plus injured.
Iraq unrest: Parliament approves PM Abdul Mahdi's resignation.
Iraq's parliament has approved the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi following weeks of unrest.

It is unclear who will take over from Mr Abdul Mahdi. The parliament speaker said President Barham Saleh would be asked to name a new prime minister.

 Iraq unrest

Meanwhile the Pope has become the latest figure to condemn security forces' use of lethal force.

Some 400 people have been killed since protests began in Baghdad and other cities at the start of October.

Thousands more have been injured. Iraqis are demanding jobs, an end to corruption and better public services.

On Sunday clashes continued in cities including Baghdad and Najaf.

New Born Baby killed in US air strike.
Top Regime Commander killed by Talib

An air strike by US or British air craft
in Khost province killed 2 women, 2 children [including a new born] their father and one other civilian. Their car was bombed. [Nov.30. ANI]

General Zahir Moqbil , top border commander, was killed by a Taliban mine explosion in Helmand province. A media man two other troops with him were seriously injured. The regime in Kabul is mourning his death. [Nov. 30]

A man named Usman Khan, Pakistani origin,
used a knife to kill two people and injured three on Londom bridge.
British troops are fighting Muslims in
Afghanistan and Iraq but it is not clear what was Usman's motivation.
He was shot dead by police.

On November 18, al-Shabab fighters captured the town of Gacan Maroodi. 50 miles into Somaliland, a territory north of Somalia.
The defenders fled.

November 21. In an Islamic State raid on Tamanresset, southern Algeria, 8 government troops were killed.

[The Longwar Journal, which monitors jihad activity, reported this and the Somali item [above] as rare occurrences.]

News Within the U.S.

 News within the US

Black Community's Political Prisoners.
by Nadrat Siddique

Mumia Abu-Jamal is a Philadelphia-based Black Panther and journalist who reported on police brutality. In 1981, after being brutally beaten by police, he was locked up for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer--even though he was nowhere near the crime scene.


In the nearly four decades of unjust, politically-motivated imprisonment, the majority of it on death row, Mumia was denied timely medical treatment for hepatitis, cataracts, and glaucoma--clearly cruel and unusual punishment for a crime he didn't commit.

As a Pakistani Muslim social justice activist and marathoner who is deeply chagrined by the glaring and egregious human rights violations of my Black brothers and sisters by the U.S. government, and particularly by the city of Philadelphia (Remember the MOVE House!), I ran the Philadelphia Marathon today--26.2 miles--to call attention to the injustice against Mumia, and in support of a new trial for him.

--Nadrat Siddique

China. Continued abuse of Muslims


TikTok lifts ban on US teen who criticized China's treatment of Muslims.

The app claimed that 17-year-old Feroz Aziz was prevented from accessing her account due to association with a separate profile which posted a video including an image of Osama bin Laden. It cited policies on terrorist-related content and said "no China-related content was moderated on this account."

Owned by China's ByteDance, TikTok has drawn the attention of U.S. lawmakers who are concerned the company may be censoring politically sensitive content deemed offensive to Beijing. The U.S. government is now looking into ByteDance over concerns that its 2017 acquisition of poses a national security risk.

TikTok has also been blasted by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who claimed the app censored users posting about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. However, TikTok has denied it removes content from the app over "sensitivities around China."

China has forced as many as 1 million Muslims into internment camps in the western part of the country, where they undergo indoctrination and interrogation designed to turn them into supporters of the Chinese Communist Party, according to a trove of documents revealed by the New York Times this month.

In a report last year, the United Nations referred to the western Xinjiang region of China as a "no rights zone" where Muslims are treated as "enemies of the state." Beijing says it is fighting religious "extremism."

TikTok's explanation

In a blog post late Wednesday, TikTok detailed a timeline of events which led up to Aziz's ban and the temporary removal of her clip. The firm said she uploaded footage of herself talking about the treatment of Uighurs in China on Nov. 23 using a different TikTok handle.

The firm further explained that it locked her out of that new account due to a "scheduled platform-wide enforcement" action. It said moderators banned 2,406 phones associated with accounts that had been blocked due to breaching content guidelines.

The clip in question, which has over 1.5 million views, shows the U.S. teen pretending to do an eyelash curling tutorial, only to then urge other TikTok users to "search up what's happening in China." In the video, Aziz refers to the country's treatment of the Uighur community as "another holocaust."

On Wednesday, TikTok says, Aziz's video was removed temporarily "due to a human moderation error." The company apologized to Aziz for the incident and said it had decided to "override" the ban on her account.

"Our moderation approach of banning devices associated with a banned account is designed to protect against the spread of coordinated malicious behavior - and it's clear that this was not the intent here," the firm said.

"This user can again access her active account (@getmefamouspartthree) from the device she was using previously."

But Aziz was unconvinced by the platform's explanation for blocking her from accessing her account: "Do I believe they took it away because of a unrelated satirical video that was deleted on a previous deleted account of mine? Right after I finished posting a 3 part video about the Uyghurs? No."

Source: CNBCNews

Palestine: "Day of Rage"

 Palestinian Day of Rage

Thousands participate in Palestinian 'Day of Rage' against US, Israel

The "rage" was directed at Israel's ongoing crackdown throughout the West Bank, sparked by the disappearance of three Israeli teens a few weeks ago. Since the teens went missing, Israeli forces have shot and killed at least five Palestinians and arrested more than 500 and the number of Palestinian administrative detainees has almost doubled since Israel began its campaign of mass arrests throughout the West Bank two weeks ago.

Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets in the West Bank and Gaza Strip in protests against the US administration and Israel.

 Palestinian Day of Rage

"Our brothers and sisters are dying in Gaza and West Bank," one demonstrator, who asked to remain nameless, told VICE news. "How can we be expected to sit here and do nothing?"

Friday's demonstration quickly turned violent after hundreds of Israeli Border Police pushed protesters off the Wadi Ara highway and back into Umm al-Fahm using rubber bullets, stun grenades and tear gas.

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman released a statement shortly after news of the protest broke, saying the demonstrators "should be treated as terrorists in every sense of the word."

Palestinian citizens of Israel make up about one fifth of Israel's population.

Their insistence on retaining their Palestinian identity has caused Israeli authorities to label them a dangerous "fifth column," a label that has become progressively more threatening over the last decade.

Organized by several Palestinian factions, including the ruling Fatah faction, the protests came in the aftermath of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's recent announcement that settlements are not inconsistent with international law.

The day of rage had initially been planned in support of the record-breaking hunger strike, carried out for 63 days by Palestinian prisoners held in administrative detention, imprisoned indefinitely without charge or trial.

The hunger strike was called off on Wednesday after the Israeli Prison Service reached an agreement with the detainees, the details of which are to be revealed after the hunger strikers receive medical treatment and their conditions stabilize.

The Palestinian Authority Education Ministry closed schools for one hour to allow students to participate in the "Day of Rage."

At some rallies, protesters burned effigies of Pompeo, US President Donald trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

PA Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh, deputy chairman of Fatah Mahmoud Aloul and several senior Palestinian officials participated in a protest in the center of Ramallah, where demonstrators chanted slogans against the US administration and Israel.

Addressing the protesters, Shtayyeh held Israel responsible for the death of Palestinian prisoner Sami Abu Diyak, who died of cancer on Tuesday. Abu Diyak, who was arrested in 2002 for his involvement in terrorism, was given three life sentences and an additional 30 years. Shtayyeh called on the International Committee of the Red Cross and human rights organizations to work toward securing the release of all Palestinian prisoners held by Israel, particularly those who are suffering from diseases.

The PA president's office also held Israel responsible for the death of Abu Diyak and claimed he did not receive proper medical treatment in prison. PA President Mahmoud Abbas phoned Abu Diyak's father to offer condolences over the death of the inmate.

The PLO also commented on the death of the prisoner, dubbing it a "new Israeli crime."

Shtayyeh said that Tuesday's "Day of Rage" is aimed at expressing Palestinians' "rejection of Israeli occupation" and the policies of the Trump administration.

Referring to Pompeo's announcement, the PA premier said that the US has "isolated itself by taking this illegal decision against our people and land." The Palestinians have decided to refer Pompeo's announcement to the International Criminal Court, Shtayyeh added.

Aloul, the senior Fatah official, called on Palestinians to step up "popular resistance against Israeli occupation."

 Palestinian Day of Rage

Israel, he said, has left the Palestinians with no choice other than "popular resistance." Referring to the death of Abu Diyak in Israeli prison, Aloul said that the inmate "sacrificed his life and freedom for the sake of his people and homeland."

Aloul accused Israel of committing "crimes" against the Palestinians and boasted that the Palestinians have managed to thwart Trump's yet-to-be-announced Mideast peace plan, also known as the "Deal of the Century."

As he was speaking, the protesters played a Fatah song that says: "I'm coming towards you, my enemy, with cleavers and knives, I'm coming after you, from every house, neighborhood and street."

PLO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE member Wasel Abu Yusef accused the Trump administration of "facilitating Israeli crimes and aggression" against the Palestinians. He accused Israel of "stepping up its crimes after receiving a green light from the Trump administration." The Palestinians, he vowed, will not allow the announcement on the legality of the settlements to pass and will continue their protests to foil it.

Similar protests took place in Hebron, Bethlehem, Nablus, Tulkarm, Jenin, Jericho and Kalkilya.

In Hebron, protesters carried placards denouncing Trump and Israel. One protester carried a handwritten poster that read: "The Palestinian people are lions, the Zionists are rats."

In Bethlehem, protesters marched on the streets carrying a poster reading: "Palestine, from the [Jordan] river to the [Mediterranean] sea. Palestine is ours - Jerusalem is our capital."

The PA governor of Nablus, Ibrahim Ramadan, said during a rally in the city that "popular resistance is the real response to the unjust policies of the US administration against the Palestinian people and to Israeli crimes."

Senior Fatah official Abbas Zaki, who attended the rally, said that Tuesday "marks the beginning of a new era and rage." He too accused the Trump administration of giving Israel "a green light to destroy the two-state solution." Zaki added: "Israel thinks that it is capable of defeating our people by committing crimes against them. But our people will not be defeated."

Zaki called on the PA leadership to revoke Palestinian recognition of Israel and cut off all ties with it. "It's not an honor to have relations with a terrorist state," he said. "Israel is not a state. It's a group of gangs."

In Gaza City, hundreds of Palestinians staged a protest outside the offices of the United Nations. The protesters strongly condemned the Trump administration for ruling that settlements are not inconsistent with international law. They also protested against the death of Abu Diyak.

Source: ViceNews, JP

Book Review

 Petain the Hero and the Traitor

Muslims Should Study European Powers. They are not Monolithic. Notice how they Study Muslim Countries.
Petain, the Hero and the Traitor. People Change

Review of Petain: How the Hero of France Became a Convicted Traitor qnd Changed the Course of Hitory.
by Charles Williams. Palgrave Macmillian.. 298 pages. Hard Cover $29.95

Petain is known as the hero of France. He withstood the German assault at Verdun during the First World War.

His name became a household name in France.

In the Second World War, Hitler defeated the British and French armies. Hitler did not want to fight all of France and the book explains Petain became his friend and the leader of what came to be known as Vichy France [with its capital; at Vichy]

The French people in large numbers were hostile to Communists and identified Jews with Communists. Vichy France helped Hitler in his actions against and displacement of the Jews.

Churchill saw Vichy France and Petain as the enemy and launched armed assaults on French forces. The British took the French navy by surprise at Mers el Kebir. It was a disaster for the French. The French war ship wefre stationary and were sitting ducks for the British. 1297 French officers and men were killed in the British assault and 351 wounded. [page 169.]

During the war till 1945, France was bombed by the British and American air lines killing thousands of French civilians.

Petain spoke against the French resistance against Germany and thus was branded as a traitor by the western allies. Petain was of the view that Germany would win and France could work within the German domain as a European power.

However, Germany lost after the ferocious battles in Normandy.

Even then America realized that Petain was the most popular person in France. Roosevelt did not trust De Gaulle and did not allow the Free French of De Gaulle forces to take part in the Normandy invasion. [Page 231] However Petain did not accept American overtures and was trapped by rhe German defeat.

Petain, the hero of France, was tried as a traitor and sentenced to death by ONLY ONE VOTE. Later his sentenced was commuted.

He was very old by then and died slowly until he passed away in July 1951.

He is still honored by many in France. The book contains photos, one of which is of Petain shaking hands with Hitler

Guidance by Sis. Yasmin.

Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam 'ala Rasulillah
As-Salaam Alaikum Wa-Rahmatullahi Wa-Barakatuhu.

Imam Sufyaan ath-Thawri (Rahimahullah) advised one of his Brothers...
'Today, people are not able to discern between truth and falsehood..!
None will be saved from this predicament except...
for someone who invokes ALLAH with the same intensity and feeling with which a drowning man invokes ALLAH for help{!}
Do you know anyone who is at that level ?
It used to be said... 'The time draws near for the people when the wise among them will find no joy {but will instead be constantly worried about the degeneration of Muslim Society !}

' Fear ALLAH, the Possessor of Might and Majesty....{!}
Be a man of Solitude....{!}
occupy your time with Yourself (with preparing for the Hereafter) and seek companionship with the Book of Allah.(Azza wa Jal).'

{ Source: Biography of Imam Sufyaan ath-Thawri.(Rahimahullah) }

Y a s m i n.
 Sis Yasmin

2019-12-02 Mon 13:46:16 ct