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7 Sha'ban 1442 A.H. - March 21 2021 Issue # 12, Newsletter #1907


 Dr Kaukab Siddique
Editorial Dr Kaukab Siddique

Views of Scholars should not replace Qur'an and Authentic Hadith.
Abu Hanifa, Malik, Shafai, Hanbal
Did not Set up Schools of Thought.

On March 19, Br. Kaukab Siddique gave the Juma' khutba at Masjid Jamaat al-Muslimeen in Baltimore, Maryland. The street in front of the masjid has numerous repair spots which makes parking difficult but the attendance was good.

Here is an outline of the Khutba.

In a khutba, 'Umar ibn al-Khattab, r.a., said :
"O Muslims, the opinion coming from the messenger of Allah, pbuh, is always correct because Allah inspires it. However, opinion from us is mere assumption and speculation." [Jami al bayan al ilm wa fadlihi.]

  1. Sha'ban is here and Ramadan is not far away.

  2. The Qur'an should be recited, studied and pondered
    in Ramadan more than in any other month. We should study it with translation.

  3. Extra prayers are recommended but Muslims sometimes forget that extra prayers should not b e so many that we do not focus on the five obligatory prayers.

  4. Focus on the rights of prisoners above all others. In this country prisoners are humiliated and treated as if they are not humans but mere numbers.
    1. The political prisoners are most important. Great Muslims like Dr. Aafia, Imam Jamil and Ahmed Abdel Sattar are still in prison. Write to them. I can give you the addresses.

  5. The rights of women are central to the formulation of a balanced ummah.
    1. This country treats many women as if they are slave girls who have to uncover their bodies to please men.
    2. In the era of jahiliyya [pre-Islamic era], women were not taught modesty.
    3. Hadith of Muhammad, pbuh, teaches that modesty is
      essential to Faith.

  6. We respect and honor Islamic scholars among whom were Abu Hanifa, Malik, Shafa'ii and Hanbal [may Allah bless them] but we forget that:
    1. They did not establish Schools of Thought.
    2. They did not support or associate with the rulers and governments of their time. Their students sometimes did that but they too did not oppose each other.

  7. So, my appeal is to focus on the Qur'an and authentic hadith. If we learn even a little from these original sources which have been protected by Allah Almighty Himself, it is better than learning the views of scholars.

May Allah forgive our sins and shortcomings.

[During the khutba, Br. Kaukab sent salutations on all the Prophets and messengers, particularly Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhahammad, peace be on them all, and honored the wives and companions of the Prophet Muhammad, pbuh.]



Ji Report
"Impressive Government programs are only on paper."

by Qaiser Sharif

LAHORE: March 17- Jamaat-e-Islami Emir Sirajul Haq has said the enemies of Pakistan could take further advantage from the situation if the federal and provincial governments displayed lack of seriousness to address the deprivations of the people of Balochistan.

Sirajul Haq, who reached Mansoora on Wednesday after completing two-day visit to the different areas of the province, stated that the developments projects announced during the different tenures remained limited to the papers, presenting a gloomy state of affairs in large part of the biggest province of the country.

He said people of the province were deceived in the name of development funds whether it was PPP's "Aagaz-e-Haqooq-e-Balochistan Package" or the recent government's Rs600b package for the development of nine southern districts of the province. He said thousands of youth of Balochistan were becoming desperate due to issues of joblessness and bleak future. He said the government should establish industry and introduce technology in the area.

The agriculture of the province, he said, had great potential for improvement. He said there was dire need the masses receive benefits of the natural resources and are provided electricity, gas and clean drinking water facilities. He said feudal lords and civil and military governments intentionally kept the people deprived from the facilities.

The JI chief said the people of Balochistan like other parts of the country were fed up from the ruling elite. He said a large number of local leaders and youth joined the ranks of the JI during his visit to Quetta and other areas and it showed that the message of the JI was getting popular in all parts of the country. He said a system based on the brilliant principles of Islam could put the country on track. He appealed the people not to provide shoulders to those who were already tested and gave nothing to the country.

War News

 War News

Turkish air strike

March 21, A rocket attack by Assad regime hit a hospital in Al Atareb [western Aleppo province] killing 5 civilians including a child.

March 20-21. For the first time a Turkish jet carried out strikes on SDF [Kurdish Communists] positions around Ain Issa [north central Syria]. After the initial strikes, Syrian fighters supporting advanced in the battle area after heavy clashes with SDF forces [which is supported by US].

Same day in the Mayadeen desert [eastern Deir ez Zor] ISIS launched a raid on an Iran-backed militia killing 2 and injuring 7.

Also in the same province an IED attack by IS killed the commander of a local militia set up by SDF and injured several.

In Deraa province the leader of dictator Assad's intelligence unit in Nawa city was killed by gunmen who fled.

All out bombing operation against Islamic State.

March 15 to 21. US air force and its allies carried out 133 air strikes on suspected Islamic State positions across Iraq. No details made available.

Regime sources say that two ISIS members were killed in the Tarmiyeh area northeast of Baghdad thwarting an attack on Baghdad.

News Within the U.S.

 News within the US

Vaccination Push, racism against Asians and our history.
by Sis. Aisha
[Jamaat al-Muslimeen New York.]

On March 13th, Boxing Legend Marvelous Marvin Hagler passed away at age 66 years old. It caught his family by surprise. His wife, Kay, revealed that he recently got the COVID-19 vaccination.

The NBA has told its players that it will relax COVID-19 restrictions only on vaccinated players. This statement was made after Brooklyn Nets Player James Harden said that getting vaccinated is a personal choice, and he would not play a role in encouraging others to get vaccinated.

Many of the athletes I have seen getting vaccinated are retired, such as Bill Russell, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Julius Irving. I have not seen any young, active athletes getting the vaccination, which is not a vaccine but, a means to reducing the potency of COVID-19 symptoms on your body, according to Just like Zicam does for the cold or the flu. Dr. Mercola also says this gene therapy is experimental.

Recently, states, such as Texas, have been lifting COVID-19 restrictions. The existence of the "vaccination" is the reason why some states have been lifting these restrictions.

There have been some side effects from the "vaccine." Some side effects people have experienced from the COVID-19 "vaccine" are seizures, severe allergic reactions, extreme exhaustion, and even paralysis. Death has also occurred a few hours to three days after an injection. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), any side effects are signs that the "vaccination" is working and that your body is building up protection against COVID-19.

After getting the first dose of the "vaccine," patients can opt to be tracked by using an app. One such tracking app is V-Safe, which can be downloaded to your smartphone.

People have also been sharing the side effects they've been experiencing on social media. There have been accusations of censorship of any reports of side effects with some videos being taken down.

On the NewsNation Prime program, there was an encouraging report of "vaccinated" family members visiting each other for the first time, after experiencing one year of the lockdown. There are families that maintained contact in spite of the lockdown. Dr. Dean Winslow (Stanford Health Care) said that only 12% of Americans have been vaccinated but, that the number needs to increase to 80% for government to feel confident that it can completely eliminate these COVID-19 restrictions.

This sounds more like a threat to our personal freedom than a health remedy. Although restrictions are said to be loosening, they can tighten back up, again, without a moments notice. Whether it was Prohibition, the Patriot Act, and now the COVID-19 Lockdown, this government has successfully used fearmongering and patriotism as a means to get the masses to go along with its plans. But, these schemes are always defeated by either an implosion or people becoming aware and refusing to participate any longer.

Unfortunately, racists emerge during these oppressive times, as well. They do not handle government oppression too well because they are not too bright. The American government has implemented racism as a diversionary tactic that has also tricked the average white person into believing that it benefits him or her. Therefore, with all the media reports blaming China for the COVID-19 outbreak coupled with this restrictive lockdown, it was just a matter of time before Chinese people (and other Asians)would start becoming victims of hate crimes.

It is this same racist mentality that was behind the Civil War Draft Riots, which caused thousands of blacks to run for their lives and leave Manhattan, New York. After the Emancipation Proclamation was enacted on January 1, 1863, the Civil War stopped being a war about taxes and the focus shifted to the ending of African slavery. However, President Lincoln allowed rich white men to avoid the draft by paying a $300 fee. This move incensed poor whites but, instead of directing anger about this law at the government, a group of mainly poor Irish men, women and children decided to start a race riot, in which thousands of blacks were attacked and some killed.

People in America are being pushed to the brink because their state governments have told them to stay home, their employers are filing for bankruptcy, and landlords must continue to house nonpaying tenants without receiving any financial help in return. Also, people are losing their businesses. People are experiencing feelings of despair and this environment is ripe for the mentally unstable, especially racists. Idle hands are the Devil's workshop. These racists are sitting at home fuming over this lockdown, and they either believe their state governments are not responsible for this intrusion on their personal freedoms, or they believe that it is easier to attack Asians.

This lockdown is not aimed at destroying the Coronavirus. We are its targets, and we are the ones suffering.

(Sources:,,, & NewsNation Prime)

Invitation to Think

 Invitation to Think

Jamaat e Islami Women Rallied in all major Cities.
The government- controlled media censored the reports and published its support for Westernized Women.

Here is a delayed glimpse of the Islamic Report.

LAHORE: MARCH 8- Jamaat-e-Islami Emir Sirajul Haq has demanded complete ban on dowry and other un-Islamic and anti-constitutional traditions in Pakistani society on occasion of International Women's Day on Monday.

Addressing "Istehkam-e-Khandan-Growth Protection of Family Institution" rally at Lahore's Mall Road, he also called for ensuring protection of women at workplaces and educational institutions.

The JI women's chapters organized rallies in all major cities including Lahore on women's day. A large number of women from all walks of life attended the rallies with the commitment to counter the attempts of westernization of Pakistani society.

The JI chief said only Islam could guarantee the protection and rights of women. He appealed the nation not to pay attention to the conspiracies launched by a small section of the society in the name of women rights. He said attempts to damage the ideological base of Pakistan had been started soon after the independence but they were died on their own as Pakistani society was not ready to accept them. The JI women chapter, he said, launched the "Protection of Family Institution" campaign on February 11 and it would continue till March 11. He requested the Pakistani women to be part of the campaign to create awareness among the masses about the sacred cause.

Emir Jamaat criticized the practices of displaying dowry articles and its demand from the groom family. He said depriving women from inheritance, marriage of a woman with Quran, honor killing, wani and others corrupt practices were still intact in the society despite legislation against them.

"Islam strictly prohibits these corrupt practices. The government must be vigilant to ban them."

He said Pakistani women and girls were harassed in educational institutional and at workplaces. He demanded the government build separate educational institutions for girls and fix a special amount to girls' education in budget. He regretted the incidents of raps and harassments were increasing in society due to non-vigilance of police and other law and order agencies and culprits were not given exemplary punishments due to ineffective prosecution. He said only a system based on brilliant principles of Quran and Sunnah could address the problems of the country.

The rally started from Nasir Bagh and ended at Anarkali was led by JI women's chapter leaders Dr Samia Raheel Qazi, Dr Zubaida Jabeen and others.



What is Black Seed?
Courtesy Marie Grace Garis

[This subject was introduced to me by
Sis. Ayesha & Br. Ali Randall in Virginia.
Black seed is mentioned by the Prophet, pbuh.]

"It's also known as Nigella and black cumin seed," says Robinett. "Nigella is a member of the Ranunculaceae, or buttercup family, along with goldenseal, black cohosh, and yellowroot, which are also excellent herbs, though with different benefits from black seed oil. Like many plants that grow in difficult climates or conditions and develop natural defense mechanisms, Nigella passes those along to us. It's very much a superfood-slash-herb, if the color weren't convincing enough."

Black seed oil, then, is a long-honored, expert-backed way to fortify your diet. But no need to rely on its reputation alone—below, we break down eight concrete benefits of black seed oil, who it might be best suited for, and how to incorporate it in your diet.

Health benefits of black seed oil

  1. High in antioxidants
    "Those antioxidants help protect your cells from damage from free radicals," says registered dietitian Brigitte Zeitlin, RD, owner of BZ Nutrition. In particular, black seed oil is rich in thymoquinone, a powerful component that is good for the lungs, anti-inflammatory, and hepatoprotective (read: helps prevent damage to the liver).

  2. Helps fight inflammation
    You can credit the antioxidants for black seed oil's anti-inflammatory benefits. "They can help fight inflammation in the body, reduce the risk of certain chronic illnesses, like heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer's disease," Zeitlin says. She also mentions it can reduce the risk of some cancers; among them are blood cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer.

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  3. Good for respiratory health
    This also bleeds into the next point, which is that black seed oil is believed to be a helpful aid with lung health, including guarding against conditions such as bronchial asthma. "Because antioxidants help to fight inflammation and asthma results in inflammation on the airway, black seed oil has been shown to help reduce the inflammation in that airway, helping to improve asthma control," says Zeitlin. Of course, be sure to consult a doctor before you start any treatment protocol.

  4. Lowers cholesterol
    If you struggle with high cholesterol, black seed oil might be a worthy supplement in your pantry. "Some studies have also linked black seed oil to lowering [the risk of] heart disease by lowering cholesterol and blood pressure," Zeitlin says. "These findings, again, are linked back to the antioxidant content in the oil."

  5. Helps maintain blood sugar levels
    "While there is lots of talk about black seed oil and weight loss, more research is needed for any real link to be shown," Zeitlin says. "What we have seen is that the antioxidants in black seed oil can help regulate your blood sugar levels, and that blood sugar regulation does help to maintain a healthy weight."

    In general, remember that keeping your blood sugar regulated is an essential part of living a healthy life. Consistently unstable blood sugar levels can increase the risk of heart and kidney disease; in the short term, unbalanced blood sugar levels can impact your mood and energy. The more you know, ya know?

  6. Offers a healthy dose of fatty acids
    Robinett notes that black seed oil is rich in fatty acids. But these are considered the good, healthy, unsaturated kinds of fats, things like Omega-6 and Omega-9, which can't be naturally produced by the body. Omega-6 can help with hair growth and skin regeneration, while Omega-9 can help increase energy and improve mood.

  7. It might even help with brain health
    There's a sliver of research on this, but hear us out. Black seed can potentially be beneficial when it comes to memory and focus, according to one teensy tiny study of 20 elderly participants published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. The study investigated the effect of Nigella sativa on memory cognition and cognitive health in elderly volunteers. These participants were divided into two groups, with one group given a capsule twice daily for nine weeks and the other given a placebo. When given a series of tests, it was shown that the Nigella sativa had a positive impact on memory, attention, and cognition.

  8. And it can be good for so many skin afflictions
    Black seed oil is something you'd love to see as an ingredient in your skin-care routine. For example, it's been found to be beneficial when it comes to treating conditions such as psoriasis (due to its antipsoriatic effect) and acne, according to one giant meta-analysis published in the Journey of Tropical Medicine.

Possible side effects and risks of using black seed oil For the most part, black seed oil is considered a safe and healthy supplement, but it might not be the best for people with certain conditions. "Black seed oil has been shown to have serious negative effects on kidney health, so if you have any kidney issues or a family history of kidney issues, you should avoid black seed oil," Zeitlin says.

Guidance by Sis. Yasmin.

Alleviate Human Suffering'

As-Salaam Alaikum Wa-Rahmatullahi Wa-Barakatuhu'.
Abu Huraira (Radi 'Allahu Anhu) reported ---
Allah's Messenger (SallAllahu Alaihi Wasallam) as saying...
'he who alleviates the suffering of a brother out of the sufferings of the world,
Allah would alleviate his suffering from the sufferings of the Day of Resurrection. and he who finds relief for one who is hard pressed...
Allah would make things easy for him in the Hereafter {!}
and he who conceals (the faults) of a Muslim,
Allah would conceal his faults in the World and in the Hereafter {!}
ALLAH is at the back of a servant so long as the servant is at the back of his brother {!}
and he who treads the path in search of Knowledge,
Allah would make that part easy leading to Paradise for him.
Those people who assemble in the house among the houses of ALLAH ('Masjids') and recite the Book of Allah, and they learn and teach the 'Qur'an' there would descend upon them the Tranquility and Mercy would cover them, and the Angels would surround them. and Allah makes a mention of them in the presence of those near Him {!}
and he who is slow-paced in doing good deeds, his (high) descent does not make him go ahead.'

~My 'Salaams' to all~
"Never Despair Of The Mercy Of Allah"
 Sis Yasmin
Say, 'Indeed, my Prayer, my Rites of Sacrifice, my Living and my Dying are for ALLAH, Lord of the Worlds'.
{'Qur'an'~Surat Al-'An'am -# 6-162.}

Hadith of the Week

Narrated by Ibn 'Umar
Allah's Apostle said: Islam is based on (the following) five (principles):
  1. To testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and Muhammad is Allah's Apostle.
  2. To offer the (compulsory congregational) prayers dutifully and perfectly.
  3. To pay Zakat (i.e. obligatory charity) .
  4. To perform Hajj. (i.e. Pilgrimage to Mecca)
  5. To observe fast during the month of Ramadan.

Bukhari Volume 1,
Book 2, #7
 Sis Kristi

[With thanks to Sis. Kristi]

 Islamic Thought

by Imam Badi Ali
March 18 and 19.

As-slamu alaikum,
Allah (swt) said:
"قَالَ إِنَّمَا© أَشۡكُوا¨ بَثِّى وَحُزۡنِ©ٓ إِلَى ٱللَّهِ وَأَعۡلَ¥ُ مِنَ ٱللَّهِ مَا لَا تَعۡلَمُ¨نَ"
He said: "I only complain of my grief and sorrow to Allah, and I know from Allah that which you know not."
Allah wants to hear your troubles. Allah wants to hear from you.
He loves you and wants you to look to Him for relief from your sadness and suffering.
Just like Prophet Jacob (as) did when he didn't know if he'd ever see his son again.
This is a wonderful example for us to follow.
O Allah, guide us to You, fill our hearts with tranquility in worship, and relieve us from our sufferings. Ameen.

Be passionate in whatever you do.
There is this fire within each one of us when it comes to working for the sake of Allah (swt) and some of us have yet to discover it.
Discover that passion within you, and don't let anything extinguish it!
Be like the sun - always provide light and warmth to those around you.
O Allah, guide me to do work that pleases You and help me to guide others to You.

 Web Statistics

Our Website received 65,591 hits in February.

Thank you Br. Rich for taking care of the web site.
It also has the entire Qur'an and Sahih of Bukhari.
Also it has the boycott list and links to some of the political prisoners and major
news sites.

Political Prisoners :

Civil Discord Show

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20% of the Available Water in Palestine is purchased from the Israeli Water Company "Mekorot"

With scarce water and Israeli restrictions on access to resources, Palestinian cities are forced to purchase water from the Israeli water company "Mekorot". In 2019, they purchased 84.2 MCM, which represented 20% of the water available in Palestine (417.9 MCM). Additionally, 40.6 MCM of the water were produced from the Palestinian springs while 289 MCM are pumped from groundwater wells and 4.1 MCM desalinated drinking water.

By subtracting 45.5% of the water available to Palestinians that is unsuitable for human use, by linking it to the quantities of polluted water in the Gaza Strip, the quantities of water suitable for domestic use available to the Palestinians are only 219.8 MCM, including purchased and desalinated water.


Surging Violence against Women

For months, groups that help women get out of abusive relationships warned the Quebec government that the pandemic and its restrictions would lead to an escalation of violence.

Less than 90 days into the year, six femicides have been committed in the province, according to Radio-Canada.

The most recent death came early Friday morning, when a 52-year-old man killed his partner inside a taxi cab, before taking his own life.

The attacks against women have left one advocate almost at a loss for words.

"It's absolutely insane," said Maud Pontel, a co-ordinator with Alliance MH2, a network of second-stage shelters in the province.

Second-stage shelters are non-emergency transition houses for people who have left domestic violence environments.

"Right now, it's madness when it comes to violence against women."

On Saturday morning, Montreal police were called to a home in LaSalle. A 29-year-old woman was taken to hospital in critical condition, and her 32-year-old boyfriend was taken into custody.

Earlier this month, Pontel's group released a list of eight recommendations for the Quebec government, ahead of the provincial budget that's set to be tabled next Thursday.

Its top suggestion is no surprise — more shelter space for women who need to escape domestic violence.

Maud Pontel is a coordinator for Alliance MH2, a group in Quebec representing second-stage shelters for women.

Maud Pontel is a coordinator for Alliance MH2, a group in Quebec representing second-stage shelters for women. (Franca G. Mignacca/CBC)

SOS Violence Conjugale, the provincial toll-free crisis line, says it's received more than 34,000 online and phone requests for help since January — an unprecedented number.

Claudine Thibaudeau, a clinical co-ordinator with SOS Violence Conjugale, says too many people who reach out to SOS Violence Conjugale aren't able to get the help they need.

"Around 30 per cent of the time, when people call us to ask for shelter, we have to tell them that unfortunately we can't find a place for them within a reasonable distance, or that's catered to their needs, so we need to always be able to say yes," she said.

"Asking someone to call us back tonight or call us back tomorrow is counterproductive for their safety. Tomorrow, they may not have that opportunity to call."


Let Children Unite with their Parents

Amnesty International has called on China to allow exiled Uighur parents to reunite with their children in Xinjiang without the fear of being sent to "oppressive" internment camps.

The human rights group on Friday released a new report describing the plight of six families living outside China who have been cut off from their children since 2017, when Beijing intensified its crackdown on the Uighurs, detaining more than a million members of the Muslim minority at what it called "vocational skills training centreThe couple's three youngest children were then sent to a state-run orphanage, while the eldest was placed in a boarding school. The couple were unable to contact them from Italy, but in November 2019, they received a permit from the Italian government to bring their children to join them.

The four children - aged between 12 and 16 - travelled alone across China to the Italian consulate in Shanghai, but they were seized by police and sent back to the orphanage and boarding school.

"Now my children are in the hands of the Chinese government and I am not sure I will be able to meet them again in my lifetime," Kader said. "The thing that hurts most is that, to my children, it's as if their parents don't exist anymore; as if we passed away and they are orphaned."

In another case, Omer and Maryem Faruh, who left two of their four daughters in the care of Meryem's parents in 2016, told Amnesty they have not heard from their separated children in more than four years.

"My wife and I cry only at night, trying to hide our sorrow from our other kids here with us," Omer said.

Watch this new video for more information

The Faruhs, who obtained Turkish citizenship in June last year, have been trying to enlist the help of the Turkish authorities to bring their two girls out of China.

And although the Turkish embassy in Beijing informed Omer it had initiated the relevant procedures in August 2020 and sent a diplomatic note to the Chinese government in October 2020, to date the Faruhs have not been able to bring the girls to Turkey.

'Heartless policies'

"The heartbreaking testimonies of the parents we spoke to only scratches the surface of the scale of suffering endured by Uyghur families separated from their children," said Amnesty's Akad.

"The Chinese government must end its heartless policies in Xinjiang and ensure that families can be reunited as quickly as possible without fear of being sent to an oppressive camp."

The report came as global pressure mounts on China for its treatment of the Uighurs.

The United States government and the Canadian and Dutch parliaments have labelled Beijing's actions against the Uighurs "genocide", and Washington has imposed sanctions on several Chinese officials over Xinjiang.

But China has rejected the genocide charge and warned Western countries not to interfere in its internal affairs.

Wang Yi, the Chinese foreign minister, told the United Nations Human Rights Council in February that "there has never been so-called genocide, forced labour or religious oppression in Xinjiang"..

 Social Media

The March 14 issue of New Trend reached 78,052 Muslims by facebook.
There were 10,752 women among these..

The articles in this issue included:

  1. Conservative religion is not real religion.
  2. PTI government in Pakistan is a complete failure -- JI
  3. Newsweek's attack on Indian Muslims.
  4. Fighting raging in Syria and Iraq.
  5. New York's corruption.
  6. Major article on Hajira, alaihis salam and Aisha, r.a.
  7. Guidance by sis. Yasmin
  8. Du'a
  9. Hadith
  10. China's top leaders ordered genocide.
  11. Gaza new leader.




BBC reported on March 19 that the USA and Portugal are sending military advisers to Mozambique to help the govenment fight Islamic State fighters who with local support have taken over parts of northeast of the island and are steadily inceasing their control.

BBC is very much against IS but admits that the poverty stricken masses are supporting IS in growing numbers.

Government troops with support from South Africa and Tanzania have been beaten back by the Islamic State which is known as al-Shabab in this country.

2021-03-22 Mon 12:19:53 ct