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Oh People of Egypt, bring back your King!

As the violence and tension in Egypt escalates, the rest of the Arab world looks on apprehensively. Believers view every incident, whether it be the Category Five hurricane that hit Queensland on the last Wednesday of Safar, or the ominous signs of the fall of dictators in the Middle East, as part of Allah’s signs heralding the approach of the Day of Judgement, and the fitna’ associated with the end of times.

Part Two of Maulana’s address is directed towards the Egyptian people. In this revealing address, speaking from the inspirations he receives from the Saints of the Golden Chain, and from the Awtad (Pillar Saints) of Egypt, Maulana outlines the underlying causes of the entire problem. and the steps the citizens must take, to save themselves and their embattled nation.

Do read carefully, ponder over the gems Maulana dispenses and disseminate the information fully, especially to any Egyptians you may know, for it could help save lives, it could help salvage lost Souls. Continue reading

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Don’t let strangers into your home: 19th October 2010

Is He happy with us? Do you know what makes Allah unhappy with us? It is when He looks into our hearts, and finds something/someone there, besides Himself! Allah is unhappy with a human being, who puts or welcomes, other than Him, into his heart. The heart is Baitullah, the House of Allah. If it is His House, He is the only One allowed there. How is it that we are allowing this dirty worldly life and our filthy egos, to enter His House? Continue reading

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First it is hardened, then it is locked

Maulana then posed deep, important questions for us all to ponder about: How do we unlock hearts that have been locked? Who locked their hearts? What had their hearts been locked by? Why had they not resisted the one who came to lock their hearts? Who held them back from resisting the one who came to lock their hearts? After all, there was a time, when their hearts were not locked, so something must have happened that caused them to become locked! So what is the key? Did they lock their own hearts, or did they listen to someone who told them to do so? Continue reading

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Are you standing in a Circle in the Sand?

Many scholars draw a circle in the sand around themselves and accept only what is within that circle, rejecting all that lies outside it. Why? Why place an imaginary limit to Allah’s limitless gifts of knowledge? Why limit yourself from growing in understanding, when Allah gives endlessly? It is a loss for the scholars themselves when they do so, for they are merely standing in shallow waters (of understanding), rejoicing in the little water that surrounds them, rejecting the vast ocean of knowledge before them, hence rejecting the pleasurable satisfaction of advancing in understanding and in spiritual stations. What is worse is that all of this is self-inflicted. It is them who have drawn this imaginary circle around themselves! Continue reading

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