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Sufi’s of India United against Terrorism

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Alhamdulillah Ta’ala, Delhi witnessed A never seen Sufi Unity on 3rd Dec 2007 in India Islamic Cultural Centre where Sufi Sajjada Nashins belonging to almost all the famous Dargahs assembled on common Objective i.e. to face the Current Challenges like Terrorism, State Injustice towards Muslims, Protection of Muslim Rights, and to form Sufi Corridors through Out India in Order to make a Coordination between Various Khankahs and Dargahs.

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Hazrat Jilani Mian of Kachocha Shareef Under the Banner of Sufi Foundation Invited all the famous Khankahs sajjada Nashin in All India Khawaja Gharib Nawaz Conference to form a Council to fight the Current Challenges to establish Communal Harmony and Other related relevant and Important Issues of Community. They strictly demanded a C.B.I Inquiry in the recent Bomb Blast at Ajmer Sharif Dargah. Conference was a big success as Sufis from Kahmir to Kerala and Bengal to Gujarat were Present Including Prominent Sunni Scholars of Country. All were agreed to continue the Movement throughout the Country in Order to Spread the True Message of Sufism which is Peace, Tolerance, Brotherhood and Welfare of Humanity.


Tomorrow on 4th Dec all will March towards Parliament at 10.0 am to Present Memorandum to Home Minister of India. The march will end on Salat o Salam. 


May Allah make this Unity unbreakable and Most Powerful .Ameen, Summa Ameen.

  

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Eid Milad un Nabi (Alayhis Wasalātu Was Salām) Vs Terrorism

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The Prophet Muhammad’s (Sallal Lahu Alaihai Wa Salam) birthday, a public holiday in almost every Muslim country. It is celebrated with drums, street parties, sweets for children, poetry competitions, and, in most British mosques, a startlingly incongruous display of tinsel and fairy lights.

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This is fine, of course. Religion is meant to make people happy. Onlookers may frown, mystified, but believers rejoice. This time, the rejoicing is about nothing less than the healing of the torn human heart. God has sent a Prophet to “heal hearts”, as the Koran puts it. From spiritual sickness, the Prophet brings his people into wholeness. The Prophet’s (Sallal Lahu Alaihai Wa Salam)  birthday is therefore on an emotional par with the party a cancer patient might throw when given the all-clear. There is a sense of relief and of exuberance, and also of gratitude.

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The betrayal of suicide bombers

Getting to heaven is tough work, and it requires a lifetime of struggle against human weakness and temptation (along with God’s grace), not the press of a button on a suicide belt.

Suicide terrorism is a relatively new phenomenon. Although most commonly associated with Muslims, it has been well documented that many non-Muslim terrorist groups have utilized the tactic of the suicide attack. Still, it is hard for most people – including the author – to understand how someone could resolve to strap a bomb on his chest and detonate it among innocent people in order to commit mass murder. For the terrorists of the Muslim flavor, they justify such action by claiming that being a suicide bomber is an act of “holy war,” and in traditional Muslim theology, the one who dies in “holy war” will become a martyr that instantly goes to Heaven.

I have thought long and hard over their religious justifications. They make absolutely no sense. Read the rest of this entry »

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Pir Saqib al Shami Sahib on Extremists

Pir Saqib al Shami Chisti Sahib are one of the greatest upcoming Scholars in Islam. Alhamdulillah, he clearly shows that the majority of Muslims (Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamma’ah) are peaceful, and he even challenges any extremist to come and debate with him or any other eminent scholar of the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamma’ah.

However, like always, speeches about peace by Muslim Scholars are not given a single bit of exposure by the big media organisations.

Why didn’t the mass media mention Shaykh Hisham Kabbani’s meetings with senior UK government officials to bring about some sort of understanding between the Muslims and the rest of society?

Why didn’t they mentions or show anything when Shaykh Hisham Kabbani’ and his Students did Dhikr infront of some of the UK MPs?

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