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call to tawheed

Prophet Yusuf (alayhis salaam) and his call to Tawheed

Prophet Yusuf (alayhis salaam) The noble one, son of the noble one, son of the noble one. About whom Allaah sent down a long Surah relating his noble life to us, and its stages, from his childhood to his death, and how his circumstances changed, and the difficulties that he faced, and how he faced everything with the Strength of Prophethood and his patient perseverance, wisdom and mildness. [As indicated in the hadeeth of Ibn 'Umar, radhiallaahu 'anhumaa, from the Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) that he said, "The noble one, son of the noble one, son of the noble one: Yusuf the son of Ya'qoob, the son of Ishaaq, the son of Ibrahim, 'alayhis-salaam." Read more ...

Interpersonal Skills: How the Prophet dealt with Adversaries

The Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wassallam) would always be just with the disbelievers and even be ready to sacrifice his life in order to call them to Islam and rectify their affairs. He would bear their evils with patience and try to overlook their harms. Why would he not do so when Allah has said: “We have sent you as a mercy…” To whom? To the believers only? No; rather, “To the world.” Think about the Jews who would insult him and instigate trouble, whilst he would continue to be gentle with them. ‘A’ishah – may Allah be pleased with her – said, “The Jews once passed by the Prophet’s house and said: ‘as-Saam ‘alaykum’ Read more ...

We Turn Humans into gods!

""We Turn Humans into gods!" I was about to enter the airport to catch a flight to Lahore when I stopped to look at a crowd of around 125-150 people waiting with flower wreaths in their hands and reciting Durood Sharif. Moments later, a huge car appeared near the departure lounge and out came a buzurg with a long white beard. Someone among the crowded screamed, “Pir Sahib aa gaye! (the Pir has arrived)” The crowd ran towards the Pir Sahib whose face beamed when he looked at the crowd. People were literally going crazy in the blessed presence of Pir Sahib. Some were holding Pir Sahib’s shirt against their eyes, some were kissing his hands, some Read more ...