A subtle point related to two noble hadiths

The first: The ink expended by the scholars of the truth will on the Day of Resurrection be weighed by the measure of the blood of the martyrs, and be on a par therewith. (See Kanz al-‘Ummāl, 28901) The second:   He who holds fast to my sunnah when my Community has become corrupted shall have the reward of a hundred martyrs. (See al-Targhīb wa al-Tarhīb, 1:61) That is, winning the reward of one hundred martyrs is possible for the one who holds fast to the Exalted Sunnah and to…

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The most valuable legacy: Sunnah al-Saniyya

O Allah, Who turns the states from good to bad, from bad to good! Turn our state to the best! Bestow upon us good states! Those who long for the truth look for an awakening, an uprise, a revival. There it is Sunnah al-Saniyya! The source of water of life… The source of paradise springs in the world, which has never lost its abundance in asr al-saadah- the age of bliss- and following centuries… The brightness for the eyes that has lost their light and try to hold on to…

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Sunnah is broader than we think

Sunnah (the practices of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)) is very important for the Islamic life. The duty of a Muslim is to strive to live every sunnah in his life. Because Allah commands us to follow sunnah in the following verse: “Say, [O Muhammad], “If you should love Allah, then follow me,” (Al Im’ran 3:31) When we talk about the sunnah, common people suppose they are nafilah (voluntary acts of worship) or some traditions in regards to manners. However, the sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is complete and comprises the fardh…

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The Holy Qur’an and Preserving the Islamic Letters

There were times that the bridge between generations, the bound between past and future, the relation between 20th century and 21st century had been broken out. The books in the libraries went in vain in one day. Millions of people were forced to leave the Qur’anic scripts away. The ones reading on and writing in Islamic letters were sent into jails and many suffered under the scrutiny of the then government’s so-called modernization rules, and the rest increasingly and honourably still preserve it. After the oppressive rules of the Alphabet…

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