Islam – The True value of Islamic Knowledge

Imam Ghazali RA Once Said

“What Is The Value Of Hearing Something… When You Don’t Understand The Language?”

We Can Make This Question Relevant To Our Topic By Rephrasing It…

What Is The Value Of All The Islamic Knowledge; Grammar, Tafseer, Hadeeth, Fiqh… If We Don’t Comprehend The Knowledge Of Allah And Don’t Get Closer To Him SWT?

What Good Are Our Elaborate Islamic Decorations And Beautiful Mosques Are Going To Do… If We Don’t Have The Message Of Islam In Our Hearts?

Allah SWT Cursed Bani Israel For Their Knowledge And Compared Them With Donkeys Carrying Books. It Is Not The Quantity That Allah Cares About; It Is The Quality.

Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud Said Once Talking To The Taba’een (To The Generation After The Companions) Indeed Allah’s Messenger Said To Us; A People Will Recite The Qur’an But It Will Not Pass Beyond Their Throats. By Allah! I Do Not Know…But Perhaps Most Of Them Are From Among You.

If This Is What Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud Thought Of The Taba’een, Then What Would He Say About Us?

Imam Ghazali also advised us that, in Islam knowledge of any subject has many levels. Just like you cannot talk to a child about a gourmet meal, since he has only known the taste of milk; how can you give high level knowledge of Islam to a person who doesn’t even know Allah SWT and the true magnitude of his relationship with his Lord?

This is the whole point of this article on Islam: we have lost the message of Islam . We are emotionally and physically asleep and a sleeping or partially awake person is not only vulnerable, he is prone to making wrong decisions and acting in a detrimental way.

This in Islam is referred as ghafla which is the absence of thinking, heedlessness, weakness of Iman etc. Unless we are fully awake and receptive, even if the guidance comes we will miss it. We can’t afford to rest; if we are resting too much, we are prone to get attacked by shayateen and drift further away from Allah SWT. This is also an indication that calamity from Allah is coming to wake us up from our slumber.

Seclusion, Breaking The Nafs, Abstinence From Luxury And…Remembrance Of Allah! Is The Awakening Of Human Heart And Soul!

Levels of getting closer to Allah

The first level of getting closer to Allah is to call Him with absolute belief.

The second level is when you start feeling the sweetness of remembrance of Allah and start a relationship with Him SWT.

The next level is to nurture this relationship and do everything in your power to try to further extend the relationship.

As we mentioned earlier, our modern lifestyle does not allow us the luxury of remaining focused and calm enough to even think about Islam. At a time like this, how badly do we need peace, tranquility, focus, and calmness to really extract the maximum from our lives? This peace and tranquility can only be achieved through the remembrance of Allah SWT.

For without doubt in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find satisfaction.

[Chapter 13 Al-Ra’d verse 28]

May Allah SWT Allow Us To Truly Attain Tranquility And Spread It To The Maximum Of Our Ability! Ameen.

 

 

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Hajj and Umrah: The real Way

Muslims Celebrate The Life Of Ibrahim (AS) Every Year During Hajj and Umrah, And We Also Know His Special Status With Allah [SWT] As Khaleel-Ullah. We are made to remember Ibraheem (AS)’s struggle so we can renew our loyalty and devotion to Allah by sacrificing in His name during Eid-ul-Adha. Ibraheem (AS) and Ismaeel (AS) were rewarded with building the house of Allah, the Ka’aba.

Allah honored both father and son by letting them re-built the Ka’aba, the house of Allah, the most esteemed place on earth. And the biggest opening and victory came to him when Allah asked him to call people to Hajj. Ibraheem (AS) asked Allah how people are going to hear him and Allah responded to him saying his job is to call and it is Allah’s responsibility to get his call heard. Till the end of time, every soul that is written to perform Hajj is actually responding to the call of Ibraheem (AS). Allah SWT Elevated Hajar By Making Her Struggle Of Survival And Reliance In Allah A Ritual Of Hajj In The Form Of Sa’ai (Walking Between The Mountains Of Safa And Marwa).

How can we not realize the mercy of Allah SWT when He provides us with so much wealth and forgiveness during Ramadan, giving us nights like Laylatul Qadr. Gives us the chance to perform Hajj and Umrah and has promised to forgive the true Hajjis who sincerely perform Hajj and Umrah for the sake of Allah SWT alone.

You add to that another important point. Today We call ourselves Muslim, We try to be religious, We go to Allah SWT and We try to be a good Muslim, but you will be amazed to find that We go to Allah to help me in my degree, or to look for a job, or to find a house, or a wife or a husband or to get a child or to move overseas and get more money! This is same when we go to Hajj and Umrah. We are still stuck and beg Allah to fix our material status. And in the end…Jannah too.

By this way, I’m not going to Allah to please Allah or be a true servant or to elevate the deen of Allah or to work for Allah. No. I am trying to reach Allah for my own selfish material life.

So my sincere advise to all of us and first to my own self, we should perform Hajj and Umrah with its true purpose and meaning instead of just as a ritual.

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The 6 Traps of Shaytan

KUFR AND SHIRK:
Enmity to Allâh and His Messengerﷺ. If he gains this from the son of Adam, his moaning is eased, and he rests from his ordeal with this man. Further, this is the first thing Iblees wants from al-’Abd (the worshipper). If Iblees gains this, he makes this person part of his army, one of his soldiers, and he appoints him as a deputy or agent against other human beings. Then, this person becomes one of the deputies or callers of Iblees.

If he despairs of enticing him with the first evil, and if this person is one of those for whom it was written that he would be a Muslim in his mother’s womb, Iblees tries this:

2.BID’AH (innovation):
Iblees loves Bid’ah more than debauchery and disobedience because the harm of Bid’ah is in the essence of the religion. Moreover, it is an unrepentable sin and is against the call of the messengers and is a call to a message different from the one conveyed by Ar-Rasool. Bid’ah is a gate to Kufr and Shirk. Therefore, if Iblees gains the performance of Bid’ah from a person and makes him one of the people of Bid’ah, he also becomes one of his agents and a caller of his.

If Iblees fails and is unable to trap Al-’Abd at this class, and if he is one of those who were granted by Allâh the gift of As-Sunnah and hatred of the people of Bid’ah and error, he proceeds to the THIRD CLASS OF EVIL:

3. MAJOR SINS

Iblees is very covetous of letting a person fall into major sin, especially if he is a scholar who is followed. Iblees is covetous of that, so that he may repel people from him and spread his sins and disobedience amongst the people. He uses some people as his agents to spread this person’s sins under the false pretence that this will help them to get closer to Allâh. But in fact this person is the deputy of Iblees without knowing it. For those who would like abomination to be spread amongst the believers there is a great torment in this life and in the Hereafter especially if they take charge of spreading about enormities, not out of advice, but by obeying Iblees and being his agent. All this is to repel people from the Scholar and from his benefit.

Furthermore, the sins of this person (scholar), even if they reach the sky, are less to Allâh than the sins of those who would like to spread his sins about. The scholar’s sins are wrongdoing to himself. If he seeks forgiveness from Allâh and repents, Allâh will accept his repentance, and He will change his bad deeds to good deeds. However, the sin of those who spread about abominations are doing wrong to the believers by looking for their mistakes and by intending to expose them. Allâh is in close observation, and He knows about this ambuscade. Nothing hidden in the chest or soul is hidden to Allâh.

4. MINOR SINS:
These sins may ruin a person if they accumulate. That is why Ar-Rasool ﷺsaid, Be aware of the minor sins, because the simile of the minor sin is like the people who went to a desert. Then heﷺmentioned a Hadeeth the meaning of which is that every one of them brought a stick of wood until they had kindled a huge fire (just as the minor sins add up little by little until they become a major sin). The person continues taking the matter of minor sins easily until he considers them inconsequential. Therefore, a person who commits major sins but fears their effect is in a better condition than he is.

5. TO OCCUPY HIM WITH PERMISSIBLE THINGS:
that do not gain him reward or punishment. However, the punishment of this level is caused by passing the reward missed by being occupied with these deeds. If Al-’Abd has kept Iblees from succeeding at this level, and if he is careful about his time, being covetous with it, knows the value of moments, and knows the value of what comes of comfort or torment, Iblees transfers him to the sixth level.

6. To OCCUPY HIM WITH DEEDS OF LESSER REWARD:
to keep virtue away from him and to prevent him from attaining the reward of the favoured deed.

Therefore, he orders him to do a good action with less reward if that includes leaving a better action. Very few people are aware of this. Because if a person feels a strong urge to some kind of obedience, he does not doubt that it is true obedience and that he is getting closer to Allâh. He never thinks that this call is from Iblees because he believes that Iblees never calls one to do good. Therefore, he thinks that this call is from Allâh. Actually he is excused because he never knew that Iblees would call one to seventy doors of good deeds either to get him to one door of evil or to let a better deed than these seventy deeds pass away from him.

This cannot be known except by a light from Allâh, a light he instils in the heart of Al-’Abd. The source of this type of knowledge is following the way of Ar-Rasoolﷺ and taking care of the levels of deeds with Allâh, the deeds of His favoured ones, the deeds more pleasing to Him, and those more beneficial to Al-’Abd, and deeds that have more Naseehah (guidance) from Allâh, His Rasool, His Book, and His believing worshippers. No one has this type of knowledge except the inheritors of Ar-Rasool ﷺ, his deputies in the Ummah, and his successors on earth. In addition, most of the creation is screened from this. This call does not come to their hearts. Allâh gives His favour to whomever He wills from among His worshippers.

If Al-’Abd prevents Iblees from trapping him at any of these six levels, and if it becomes difficult for Iblees, he empowers his party of jinn and human beings with different kinds of harm, IMPUTING DISBELIEF TO HIM, CALLING HIM MISGUIDED AND AN INNOVATOR, WARNING PEOPLE AGAINST HIM, and intending to weaken him and to disturb his heart.

Iblees, by using this method, tries to confuse this person’s thinking and tries to PREVENT PEOPLE FROM BENEFITING FROM HIM. Therefore Iblees expends his utmost effort to empower the defenders of falsehood, from human beings and from jinn, against him. Then the believer is at war until death. Whenever he gives up, he is hurt or is taken captive. Hence the believer is in Jihad until he meets with Allâh.

by Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah rahimahullaah
from At-Tafseer Al-Qayyim of Shaikh Ibn Al-Qayyim [Al-Hijra magazine]

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↓This is the BEST↓

بســــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــم الله الرحمن الرحــيــم

السلام عليكم و رحمة الله وبركاته

We all want to be the best at everything which is a part of human nature. But not everyone seeks to be the best Muslim, if you do seek,then here it is :


They say that the best worship is to do what will please the Lord at every time in accordance with what that particular time calls for.

So, the best acts of worship during the time of Jihad is Jihad, even if this leads to abandoning certain rituals such as night prayer, fasting, etc. In fact, this applies even if you are to not pray a complete obligatory prayer as you would in times of safety and calm.

And the best thing to do when you have a guest, for example, is to see to his rights as a guest and to preoccupy yourself with that instead of the recommended rituals you would usually engage in at the time.

Such is also the case in fulfilling the rights of your wife and family.

The best thing to do during the early morning hours is to be preoccupied with prayer, Qur’an, supplication, remembrance of Allah, and asking His Forgiveness.

The best thing to do when teaching a student or ignorant person is to completely turn your attention towards teaching him.

The best thing to do during the call to prayer is to leave whatever rituals you are engaged in and to occupy yourself with repeating after the one making the call.

The best thing to do during the five prayers is to try your best in carrying them out in the best possible manner and to rush to perform them right away, and to go out to the mosque – even if it is far – is better.

The best thing to do when someone needs help physically or financially is to busy yourself with helping that person, relieving his distress, and to place this as a priority over your private worship that you’d usually be engaged in.

The best thing to do when reciting the Qur’an is to have your heart and mind present in order to reflect over and understand it as if Allah is personally addressing you with it. So, to have your heart present to understand and reflect over it and to have the zeal to implement its commands is greater than the attentiveness of the heart of one who has received a message from the ruler to that message.

The best thing to do when standing at ‘Arafah is to exert yourself in being humble before Allah, supplicating, and remembering Him instead of fasting.

The best thing to do during the first ten days of Dhu al-Hijjah is to increase in worship, especially saying ‘Allahu Akbar,’ ‘La ilaha illa Allah,’ and ‘al-hamdu lil-Lah.’ This is better here than the Jihad that is not an individual obligation.

The best thing to do during the last ten nights of Ramadan is to stay in the mosque and to seclude yourself in it without mixing with others and being distracted by them. This is to the point that it is better than teaching them and practicing the Qur’an with them according to many of the scholars.

The best thing to do when you have a brother who is sick or dying is to visit him, attend his funeral, and to prefer this over your private worship or social activities.

And the best thing to do when a disaster befalls you or people hurt you is to fulfill the obligation of having patience while continuing to interact with them and not running from them, since the believer who mixes with people and is patient despite their harm to him is better than the believer who doesn’t mix with them and isn’t harmed by them.

And the best thing you can interact with them in is whatever is good, and this is better than to seclude yourself from them in such a case. As for bad things, it is better to seclude yourself from them in such a case. However, if you know that mixing with in this case will help remove or reduce the bad, it is better to mix with them than to abandon them.

So, the best thing to do in every time and situation is whatever will please Allah at that particular time and situation and to focus on the foremost obligation at that particular time and whatever it necessitates and requires.

Don’t forget to invite your friends:-)

Peace out

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Ramadhan | A School for Training the Soul

Ramadhan | A School for Training the Soul

Ramadhan is the month of piety and fasting. It helps one control oneself and make a commitment to piety. The verses about fasting in the Chapter Al-Baqarah start with (what means): {O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous} [Quran 2:183]. This is why fasting in Ramadhaan disciplines and trains Muslims. It teaches them patience and good morals and enables them to exercise these values, which last with them for the rest of their lives. That is why many Prophetic Hadeeths (narration) clarify the educational purposes of fasting. Abu Hurayrah narrated that the Messenger of Allaah, , said: Whoever does not give up false statements (i.e. telling lies) and acting upon them, and intolerance, Allaah Is not in need of his (fasting) leaving his food and drink. [Al-Bukhaari].

It was also narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayrah that the Prophet, , said: If any one of you is fasting, he should neither indulge in obscene language, nor raise his voice; and if anyone reviles him or tries to quarrel with him, he should say: I am fasting.

In addition, Ibn Mas‘ood narrated that the Prophet, , said: Whoever among you can marry, let him marry, because it helps him lower his gaze and maintain his chastity, and whoever is not able to marry, he should fast, as fasting will be a shield for him (since it diminishes his sexual desire). [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]

Thus, fasting is considered an expiation according to the Hadeeth narrated on the authority of Huthayfah in which the Prophet, , said:  The afflictions caused for man via his wife, money and neighbor are expiated by his prayers, fasting and charity. [Al-Bukhaari]

Allaah The Almighty has made a door to Paradise called Rayyaan for those who fast. Sahl ibn Sa‘d narrated that the Prophet, ,  said:There is a gate in Paradise called Rayyaan, and those who observe fasts will enter through it on the Day of Judgment and no one except them will enter through it. It will be said, ‘Where are those who used to observe fasts?’ They will get up, and no one except them will enter through it. After their entry, the gate will be closed and nobody will enter through it. [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]

Another narration reads: Paradise has eight gates, and one of them is called  Rayyaan through which no one will enter but those who observe fasting. [Al-Bukhaari]

Fasting is a means of spiritual training for the Muslim in this world which helps him to control and discipline his desires, as well as elevate his rank in the sight of Allaah The Almighty, and it opens a door of Paradise for him, from which he can enter. Fasting is obligatory in Ramadhaan and permissible in any other month. It is not forbidden except on the two ‘Eeds and the day of doubt (the last day of Sha’baan) and it is disliked on the Days of Tashreeq and on Friday or Saturday, when each day is fasted alone voluntarily.

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رمضان المبارک کی فضیلت اوراس کے تقاضے

رمضان المبارک کی فضیلت اوراس کے تقاضے

رمضان المبارک قمری مہینوں میں سے نواں مہینہ ہے اﷲ تعالیٰ نے اس ماہِ مبارک کی اپنی طرف خاص نسبت فرمائی ہے، حدیث مبارک میں ہے کہ ”رمضان شہر اﷲ“ رمضان اﷲ تعالیٰ کا مہینہ ہے جس سے پتہ چلتا ہے کہ اس مبارک مہینے سے رب ذوالجلال کا خصوصی تعلق ہے جس کی وجہ سے یہ مبارک مہینہ دوسرے مہینوں سے ممتاز اور جدا ہے۔ اس ماہ سے خصوصی تعلق سے مراد یہ ہے کہ اﷲ تعالیٰ کی تجلیات خاصہ اس مبارک ماہ میں اس درجہ نازل ہوتی ہیں گویا موسلا دھار بارش کی طرح برستی رہتی ہیں۔ حدیث مبارک میں ہے کہ رمضان ایسا مہینہ ہے کہ اس کے اول حصہ میں حق تعالیٰ کی رحمت برستی ہے جس کی وجہ سے انوار و اسرار کے ظاہر ہونے کی قابلیت و استعداد یپدا ہوکر گناہوں کے ظلمات اور معصیت کی کثافتوں سے نکلنا میسر ہوتا ہے اور اس مبارک ماہ کا درمیانی حصہ گناہوں کی مغفرت کا سبب ہے اور اس ماہ کے آخری حصہ میں دوزخ کی آگ سے آزادی حاصل ہوتی ہے۔

رسول اﷲ صلی اﷲ علیہ وسلم کا ارشاد ہے کہ رمضان کی جب پہلی رات ہوتی ہے تو شیاطین کو بند کردیا جاتا ہے اور مضبوط باندھ دیا جاتا ہے اور سرکش جنوں کو بھی بند کردیا جاتا ہے اور دوزخ کے دروازے بند کردیئے جاتے ہیں اس کا کوئی بھی دروازہ نہیں کھولا جاتا اور بہشت کے دروازے کھول دیئے جاتے ہیں اور اس کا کوئی بھی دروازہ بند نہیں کیا جاتا اور ایک آواز دینے والا آواز دیتا ہے اے نیکی کے طالب آگے بڑھ کہ نیکی کا وقت ہے اور اے بدی کے چاہنے والے بدی سے رک جا اور اپنے نفس کو گناہوں سے باز رکھ کیونکہ یہ وقت گناہوں سے توبہ کرنے کا اور ان کو چھوڑنے کا ہے اور خدا تعالیٰ کے لیے ہے اور بہت سے بندوں کو اﷲ تعالیٰ معاف فرماتے ہیں دوزخ کی آگ سے بحرمت اس ماہ مبارک کے اور یہ آزاد کرنا رمضان شریف کی ہر رات میں ہے شب قدر کے ساتھ مخصوص نہیں۔
روزہ وہ عظیم فریضہ ہے جس کو رب ذوالجلال نے اپنی طرف منسوب فرمایا ہے اور قیامت کے دن رب تعالیٰ اس کا بدلہ اور اجر بغیر کسی واسطہ کے بذات خود روزہ دار کو عنایت فرمائیں گے چنانچہ حدیث قدسی میں ارشاد ہے ”الصوم لی وانا اجزی بہ“ روزہ میرا ہے اور میں ہی اس کا بدلہ دوں گا۔ حضور اکرم صلی اﷲ علیہ وسلم کا ایک اور ارشاد گرامی ہے، فرمایا کہ روزہ دار کے منہ کی بو اﷲ تعالیٰ کے نزدیک مشک کی بو سے زیادہ پسندیدہ ہے گویا روزہ دار اﷲ تعالیٰ کا محبوب ہوجاتا ہے کہ اس کی خلوف (منہ کی بو) بھی اﷲ تعالیٰ کو پسند اور خوشگوار ہوتی ہے۔ آنحضرت صلی اﷲ علیہ وسلم نے ارشاد فرمایا کہ جنت کو شروع سال سے آخر سال تک رمضان المبارک کی خاطر آراستہ کیا جاتاہے اور خوشبوﺅں کی دھونی دی جاتی ہے پس جب رمضان المبارک کی پہلی رات ہوتی ہے تو عرش کے نیچے سے ایک ہوا چلتی ہے جس کا نام مشیرہ ہے جس کے جھونکوں کی وجہ سے جنت کے درختوں کے پتے اور کواڑوں کے حلقے بجنے لگتے ہیں جس سے ایسی دل آواز سریلی آواز نکلتی ہے کہ سننے والوں نے اس سے اچھی آواز کبھی نہیں سنی پس خوشنما آنکھوں والی حوریں اپنے مکانوں سے نکل کر جنت کے بالا خانوں میں کھڑی ہوکر آواز دیتی ہیں کہ کوئی ہے اﷲ تعالیٰ کی بارگاہ میں ہم سے منگنی کرنے والا تاکہ حق تعالیٰ شانہ اس کو ہم سے جوڑ دیں پھر وہی حوریں جنت کے دروغہ سے پوچھتی ہیں کہ یہ کیسی رات ہے وہ لبیک کہہ کر جواب دیتے ہیں: ”اے خوب صورت اور خوب سیرت عورتو یہ رمضان المبارک کی پہلی رات ہے اور حق تعالیٰ شانہ رضوان (جنت کے دروغہ) سے فرماتے ہیں کہ جنت کے دروازے محمد صلی اﷲ علیہ وسلم کی امت کے روزہ داروں کے لیے کھول دو اور جہنم کے دروغہ مالک سے فرماتے ہیں محمد صلی اﷲ علیہ وسلم کی امت کے روزہ داروں پر جہنم کے دروازے بند کردو اور حضرت جبرائیل علیہ السلام کو حکم ہوتا ہے کہ زمین پر جاﺅ اور سرکش شیاطین کو قید کرو اور گلے میں طوق ڈال کر دریا میں پھینک دو کہ میرے محبوب صلی اﷲ علیہ وسلم کی امت کے روزہ داروں کو خراب نہ کریں۔
رمضان کے اس مبارک ماہ کی ان تمام فضیلتوں کو دیکھتے ہوئے مسلمانوں کو اس مہینہ میں عبادت کا خاص اہتمام کرنا چاہیے اور کوئی لمحہ ضائع اور بے کار جانے نہیں دینا چاہیے شب و روز کے اوقات کو صالح اعمال کے ساتھ مزین اور معمور رکھنے کی سعی اور کوشش میں مصروف رہنا چاہیے اور دوسرے مہینوں کی دائمی عبادت کے ساتھ بعض دوسری عبادات کو اس ماہ مبارک میں مقرر کرنے سے شریعت کی یہی غرض معلوم ہوتی ہے کہ اس ماہ مبارک کا ہر لمحہ اور گھڑی عبادت و ریاضت میں گزرے لیکن حاجت بشریہ میں گھرے ہوئے انسان کے لیے یہ ناممکن تھا کہ وہ اپنے کاروبار اور بشریت کے تقاضوں سے علیحدہ ہوکر ہمہ وقت عبادات میں مشغول ہوجاتا ہے اس لےے انسانوں کے ضعف اور ان کی ضروریات طبعیہ پر نظر فرماتے ہوئے رب تعالیٰ کی رحمت نے دستگیری فرمائی اور اس ماہ مبارک میں ایسے انداز میں عبادت کو فرض کے طور پر متعین فرمادیا کہ انسان اس عبادت کے ساتھ اپنی تمام ضروریات و حوائج میں بھی مصروف رہ سکتا ہے اور عین اسی خاص طریقہ عبادت میں بھی مشغول ہوسکتا ہے۔ ایسی خاص طریقہ کی عبادت کو روزہ کہا جاتا ہے جسے اس ماہ میں فرض فرمادیا گیا ہے روزہ ایک عجیب عبادت ہے کہ انسان روزہ رکھ کر اپنے ہر کام کو انجام دے سکتا ہے روزہ رکھ کر صنعت و حرفت تجارت و زیارت ہرکام بخوبی احسن کرسکتا ہے اور پھر بڑی بات یہ کہ ان کاموں میں مشغول ہونے کے وقت بھی روزہ کی عبادت روزہ دار سے بے تکلف خودبخود صادر ہوتی رہتی ہے اور اس کو عبادت میں مشغولی کا ثواب ملتا رہتا ہے۔ اﷲ تعالیٰ ہمیں اس ماہِ مبارک کی صحیح قدر کرنے والا بندہ بنادے ، آمین۔

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