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Whilst Nabi Salallaahu alahi wasallam instructed the women to stay within the confines of their homes, girls of this Zamaanah (time) passed their matric exams like flying devils.
To put the salt on the open wounds, they were interviewed, congratulated and encouraged to study further by the evil Devil Radios.
Principals of various schools were interviewed and congratulated. Girls’ names were mentioned who done exceptionally well.
All of this was done under the sacred name of Islaam. It should be well known to one and all, girls who passed with Haraam distinctions, have actually passed their test which will allow them to proceed into the bowels of Jahannam.
They have in actual fact gained distinctions in their abode viz. Jahannam.
Every girl who passed is doomed for a terrible reckoning in The Hereafter.
Every girl who did well, did Shaitaan proud. Every girl who got a distinction, be it a ‘g’, degraded the value of Islaam and is permanently under the La’nat (curse) of Allah, His angels and every Nabi.
Shame on the girls who passed.
Theyhave actually failed their test in Hayaa’ (shame). They have failed their test in ‘Ittibaa-e-Nabi (obeying Nabi Salallaahu alahi wasallam), for the Hadith
clearly instructs women to be indoors.
They have failed in ‘Ittibaa-e-Quraan
(following the Quraan), for the Quraan directly instructs the wives of Nabi
Salallaahu alahi wasallam to stay indoors.
Who and what are todays’ women?
Better than the wives of Nabi Salallaahu alahi wasallam?
Don’t they deserve a severer instruction to stay in their homes?
Shame on every girl who passed her matric.
She has actually disrespected Allah and His messenger. She is under the La’nat of Allah and His messenger.
That girl who will further her studies, is guarding her abode in the deeper end of Jahannam.
She is demolishing the shame, respect and character of every Muslim women on the surface of earth.
She will be an ambassador in the demolishing of the Hayaa’ of every Muslimah.
She is disobeying her Rabb-Allah, His messenger and every Nabi.
She is doomed for Jahannam. She is not fit to be called a Muslim women.
She is imitating the Kuffaar Na-Paak women by gaining fruitless distinctions. She is sinful.
She is a Faasiqah and a Faajirah.
And she is a moron, dumb stupid and silly.
Shame on you, O Muslimah, for demolishing the branch of Hayaa’.
Shame on you, O Muslimah, for uprooting the tree of Purdah.
Shame on you, O Muslimah, for causing Islaam to be degraded.
Purdah and Hayaa’, the solid stems of Islaam, were violated in her quest for a stupid matric distinction.
In school, Purdah is an alien friend who is folded and packed away.
In school, Hayaa’ too, is an alien friend, who is not befriended. How can she have Taqwa?
How can she serve Islaam? How can she do Deen Khidmat?
No, never will Allah use such a Faasiqah to lead Islaam!
It should be well known, that it is Haraam for Muslim girls who passed their moronic matric year, to hand themselves over to the land of Zina-university.
No Muslim girl, whose Imaan is healthy, will ever be found in a university where every type of sin is apparent.
Those Muslimahs who are found there, their Imaan is very weak and
about to be destroyed.
Know well, O Muslimah, you are supposed to be in your home.
Not be a prostitute and allow yourself to mingle and rub shoulders with every Tom, Dick and Harry.
You not supposed to be braggart for passing your matric.
You supposed to be remorseful, for every young male, Muslim or Kaafir, will view your Purdah demanding name.
Every Muslimah who received a stupid “A”, actually received an “A” for Jahannam. She passed her Jahnnam test and will enter it when she reaches there. She will be dwelling in the fierce,blazing hot fire of Jahannam.
Her “A” will serve absolutely NO purpose to her.
Her stupid-Jahannam deserving “A” or several distinctions-will be of NO help to her on The Day of Justice.
Nay, Allah will never ask you, O Sister, how many Haraam distinctions you receiver, Allah will ask you how much of His Deen did you strive for to learn.
But Islamic knowledge, unfortunately, is frowned upon. Islamic knowledge is put in the back pocket.
Islamic knowledge, which is the knowledge of the best books on the surface of this earth, the Quraan, is looked down at. It is a backward knowledge.
A Darul-Uloom is not worth to be enrolled in. you will suffer getting a job.
You will suffer in getting wealth. You won’t become wealthy. You won’t see
Never, Wallaah, O Readers,
‘lmud-Deen (Islamic knowledge) is ‘Ilmul-Nabi (Nabi’s knowledge).
It is a Moulana that is looked for when you, O Our sister, was born.
It was a Moulana that recited the Azaan in you right ear, O Our sister.
It was a Moulana who recited the Takbeer in you left ear, O Our sister.
It was a Moulana who was asked as to the meaning of your name, O our sister.
It was a Moulana (perhaps) who suggested the best possible name for you, O Our sister.
It will be a Moulana who will be called to perform your Nikaah, O Our sister.
It will be a Moulana who will guide you in your married life, O Our sister.
It will be a Moulana who will advise you with your marital issues, O our sister.
It will be a Moulana who will be asked to make a Ta’weez when you are expecting.
O Muslim sister, it will be a Moulana who will play the role of a ‘judge’ between you and your husband when is a dispute, O Our sister.
It will be a Moulana to whom you and your husband will go for Hajj classes, O Our sister.
It will be a Moulana who will make Tahneeq> of your children, O Our sister.
It will be a Moulana whose advises you will follow, O Our sister.
And finally, it will be a Moulana who will perform your Janaazah
Salaah when you become a Marhoomah, O Our sister.
No engineer, lawyer, technician, charted accountant, doctor, specialist, Sargent, politician, official, mayor, professor, chairman or even a boss will be capable of doing the various sacred
duties mentioned above.
Their degrees doesn’t allow them to carry out ANY action WHATSOEVER of the hereafter.
Even if they received seven stupid distinctions, they will not be called to carry out the above duties.
They are not respected when it comes to do ANY of the above.
But that Moulana, who hardly studied till matric, way will be made, his shoes will be put straight and he will be respected at all times by the above mentioned personnel.
Therefore, O Sister, you are running into Shaitaans hole if you attend a Haraam, Zina filled university.
By you obtaining a degree, or passing your matric, you were crawling into Shaitaan’s den, attending a university will show how you are willing to be hooked on Shaitaan’s bait and flung into Jahannam.
O Muslim sister, perhaps no one told you about this, or you were never advised in this manner, therefore, listen at once and save yourself from Jahannam.
Nay, “they have ears yet they don’t listen (to the truth).”
Tell us, O Sister, is there no Zina taking place in the universities? Are young Muslim girls like you, who passed their matric yesterday, not expecting from a Haraam relation today?
Is the Muslims who attend universities Salaah up to date? Do they observe the Sacred Divine Law of Hijaab?
Not the Hijaab which every Mary and Jane observe today, but the true Hijaab which will bring one in close proximity to Allah?
Is there no Haraam intermingling taking place?
Are the classes for males and females completely separate (i.e. not a single male will be seen, heard or spoken to
and vice versa)? Are the lecturers Muslims with a pious background?
If you answer ‘yes’ to ALL of the above, will you prosper in you quest for knowledge. Then your Imaan will still remain intact.
Although your emerging from your home will be Haraam, however
you will not be involved in much (other) Haraam.
If you go further to study, you will ‘display’ you displeasure to Allah for creating you as a woman.
Because it is Fardh upon the males of this Ummat to be the bread winners of their homes.
It is the males who have the potential in the fields of study.
Allah have the ability of studying to the males.
The females, Allah gave them the potential to look after the affairs of the house.
She will cook, feed and take care of her children.
She will know why her child cries she will know when her child is hungry.
Allah gave all of this to the females of this Ummat.
Males don’t know why the child is crying.
Nor will they know when the child is hungry.
And most important, they will be left hungry, together with their children, if the wife doesn’t cook.
If the wife works, where will she get time to cook?
May Allah grant us all the Hidaayat to make ‘Amal on what was written, Aameen.
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I remember well how my mother welcomed my womanhood. Not well.
When I became a women through the natural system of haidh, still kafir then, I was scarred to death, being then just 11 years old.
But due to the sexual filth education and growing up shamelessly , even to become a hypocritical atheist, gave some resources to read and talk to fellow class mates and their mothers ,outside the home without having to tell your mother.
Gladly a class mate had her menses already and was told by the teacher (as it was right in the morning during class) to take me home to her to change clothe and to get everything i needed to take care of this situation
My dear mom, despite being western educated and HAVING had access to many medical related resources taught me the same NONSENSE.
Once I called my mother through the phone that IT came was very disappointed to feel and hear how she felt regarding me becoming a women now!
Never ever did she talk about this issue to me before to prepare me for this Event .
So I was kept literally in the dark and being embarrassed to be a girl and to become a women. I hated it.
She hated it, she verbally showed her disappointment and kept letting me know and feeling it. My class mates then, I remember told me how nicely their mothers embraced them saying: Congrats , You are a young lady now.
NOT in our home. Me and her were the only females in our family.
For her now the times of cuteness and shameless clothing and letting her daughter run around naked, playing with boys were over.
Now she can get pregnant!!
So I , in “highly educated” Germany grew up believing my mother the same baqwas!
she taught me that I can never touch any living being, food, plants as II would poison it and transmit disease due to my menses. I was prohibited from taking a bath as the water will turn toxic. I should feel ashamed etc…
literally stay away from others , plants, food , animals, public baths.etc..
When i studied medicine to become a nurse and reading the so called teenage magazine “Bravo” I discovered the nonsense she believed in and taught me with conviction being right and me so stupid.
She had been raised by her catholic grandparents and attended catholic religious classes and turned so becoming an atheist witnessing all the idol worship of joseph and maria and the hate for women, girls, male dominance, etc.
Respect and mercy toward minors, women, elders is not shown in this false religion , as well as in others religions besides Islam.
My mother always complained how her catholic male teachers beat her up ( and other children) in front of the whole class pulling down the pants to hit with a can, or being hit on the finger tips while the hand were laid on the school desk..
So if church raises you this way inside and outside the school, than one does not have to wonder about many issues here.
It needed Islam to see the truth.
Only in Islam Women are elevated and seen as human beings having rights.
While in Christianity,Bhudism, Hinduism, Judaism Women and Girls are always seen as inferior, burden, being killed because of the sex, having no right of own living places, ownership,inheritance, right to speak…etc.
In fact in Christianity Women are processions of their fathers, husbands,
A husband can do whatever he intends to do with her , HE can sell her she does not have a right to speak up, inherit , etc,
Islam on the other hand teaches us throgh the noble Prophet Muhammad , saalaaahu alyhi wa sallam, and beloved mothers , Te Mothers Of The BELIEVERS how wonderful girls and women are.
hen Aisha, radiallaahu anhu, had her menses and he , sallaahu alyhi wa sallam , requested her to comb his hair, she commented that she head menses and so was impure. So the master salaalaahu alayhi wa sallam stated simply: What. Do you bleed in your hands?
Ther are numerous narrations which showed how human Nabi , sallaaahu alayhi wa sallam, treated woman and girls and showed that they have a right to speak up, to inherit, have their own processions, can do jobs , can drink and eat from the same utensil, can share food and the nsame bed, can read books, touch etc…
Islam taught me how precious it is to be a woman, having girls and raise them, with intelligence and shame while learning myself to kick the myths regarding the menstruation , which are in fact Jewish believes and conquered all then ignoramuses in the world,in the bin.
In the Jewish and christian belief( and others), one should check their books, women had to leave the homes and live near the forest or at least had to live outside the home in a separate rooms when having their menses.
They were not allowed to interact with the rest of the society and had to kindle a fire or put a certain colored cloth as a flag out to signal that they were clean.
Women were not allowed to touch anything, not even to drink out the same utensil..etc..
I will post Insha Allah one day what their religions say in regards of all this…
KHUSHI knew it was cancer. Ankita thought she was injured. None of the girls knew why they were suddenly bleeding, why their stomachs were “paining,” as Indian English has it. They cried and were terrified and then they asked their mothers. And their mothers said, you are normal. You are menstruating. You are a woman now.
But that is not all. The girls, whose names I’ve changed here for the sake of their privacy, were also told: when you menstruate, don’t cook food because you will pollute it. Don’t touch idols because you will defile them. Don’t handle pickles because they will go rotten with your touch.
Pickles, I asked Ankita? Yes, madam, she told me, in her schoolyard in rural Uttar Pradesh. My mother says it is so. Her mother believed it, and her mother before her. It must be true.
I read of another girl who said that her nail polish had spoiled because she had applied it during her period. She saw nothing weird about this.
I met Ankita and her peers in November, while accompanying a sanitation and hygiene carnival, the Great Wash Yatra, which has traveled a thousand miles across rural India. The aim of the Yatra, organized by a nonprofit called WASH United, is to spread the right messages about health and hygiene — do not defecate in the open, wash your hands with soap after the toilet and before eating — using singing, dancing, games and support from cricket players and Bollywood stars. The tactic works: all of its stalls have queues of men and boys waiting to play. All except one: a curtained tent, where only women are allowed.
This is the Menstrual Hygiene Management Lab, where girls and women can come to learn how to safely make and maintain cloth sanitary napkins (use clean cloth; dry it in the sun; iron it to remove moisture) as well as for something even more revolutionary: to talk frankly about periods.
The taboo of menstruation in India causes real harm. Women in some tribes are forced tolive in a cowshed throughout their periods. There are health issues, like infections caused by using dirty rags, and horror stories, like that of one girl who was too embarrassed to ask her mother for a clean cloth, and used one she found without knowing it had lizard eggs in it. According to one of the Yatra outreach workers, the subsequent infection meant her uterus had to be removed when she was 13. She would be forever tainted as a barren woman, so that whoever saw her first in the morning had to take a bath to wash her stain away.
But beyond superstition and discrimination, many Indian women face the straightforward lack of clean, safe lavatory facilities. Back in my high school in England, we may have been embarrassed by our periods, as most girls are, but we had clean bathroom stalls in which to change our sanitary pads in privacy, and trash bins in which to throw them.
Many students in India, where around 650 million people still lack toilets, can’t say the same. Most schools I visited had filthy latrines, used only because there was no alternative. Some had none at all. Students and teachers made do with fields and back alleys.
Concentrating on lessons when you are desperate for the bathroom is hard on anyone. It’s nearly impossible for a girl who is menstruating and has nowhere to change or dispose of her pad. Girls grow tired of dealing with it. Often their families encourage them to stay home from school and get married. In one survey, 23 percent of Indian school-age girls dropped out of school when they reached puberty.
“Girls suffer if they aren’t empowered to manage their menstrual cycle without pain and shame each month,” said Chris Williams, the executive director of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, which runs the Menstrual Hygiene Management Lab. “Their health, schooling and dignity are in the balance.” And the world suffers, too: educated women are healthier, have smaller families, often earn more and have a positive impact on development.
It can take years, even generations, to change a taboo. But anecdotally, outreach workers note that the only girls who don’t believe the superstitions about menstruation are those with educated mothers. So the best way to change the minds of future women is to keep girls in school today, and basic lavatory facilities are one of the easiest ways to do that.
Back in Ankita’s schoolyard, something revolutionary was happening. Although many male teachers in rural India are terrified that broaching the subject of menstruation will be considered inappropriate or worse, one of Ankita’s teachers was different. After attending a Yatra outreach session, he used 200 rupees (less than $4) of his own money to turn a disused latrine into a simple incinerator, which girls could use to burn their dirty cloths.
It isn’t perfect: girls still face the embarrassment of going to the incinerator with everyone knowing why. But this rudimentary construction, with its vent made from a discarded well-water pump, could have huge consequences. Not only could it bring educational salvation to Ankita and her classmates, but a better future for generations to come.
Rose George is the author of “The Big Necessity: The Unmentionable World of Human Waste and Why It Matters.”
Posted in Eductaion, fatawa, Haraam Food-Guide, tagged Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’ah., Deen, education, fatawa, Hanafis, Islam, Salafis, secular education, shariah, STUDY AT SAUDI UNIVERSITIES? on November 23, 2012 | 2 Comments »
7 Muharram 1434 (21 November 2012)
The Saudi Embassy in South Africa is advertising the availability of
“80 places for South Africans to study in various universities in Saudi Arabia.” Is it advisable for Muslims to study Islamic education at Saudi universities?
Regarding Islamic education, the Saudi universities propagate and specialize in the deviated Salafi ideology. Whoever takes admission to a Saudi university, lacks in Ilmi Istidaad (academic ability in terms of Islamic Knowledge). Those who study at Saudi universities, invariably return brain-washed and indoctrinated with Salafi’ism.
When they return, they deviously propagate the Salafi ideology under guise of being Hanafis. We have a couple of such slinking characters in our midst who ostensibly proclaim to be Hanafis, whilst in reality are Salafis employed to undermine the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’ah.
We strongly discourage students from proceeding to Saudi Arabia for Deeni studies. The Deen is too precious a treasure, and may not be trifled with as they do at Saudi universities. Every Tom, Dick and Harry who gain a smattering of ‘knowledge’ of the different Math-habs at Saudi universities, run away with the corrupt idea of being a ‘mujtahid’ on par with the Aimmah-e-Mujtahideen.
[Sahîh al-Bukhârî (2587) and Sahîh Muslim (1623)
Children are an Amanah and it is our duty to raise our children with love and righteous manners. Children with their tender hearts can be molded into righteous people with a positive approach. Children become what they see and hear. It is quite common for parents to become so immersed in this world that they forget the importance of the upbringing of their children. Earning for them is not the only important thing with regards to their upbringing. Raising them with love, care and giving them the attention they require is more important.
Prophet Muhammad never held back his love for the children and always expressed his fondness to them. In one hadith Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated:
I went along with Allah’s Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) at a time during the day but he did not talk to me and I did not talk to him until he reached the market of Banu Qainuqa`. He came back to the tent of Fatimah and said, “Is the little chap (meaning Al-Hasan) there?” We were under the impression that his mother had detained him in order to bathe him and dress him and garland him with sweet garland. Not much time had passed that he (Al-Hasan) came running until both of them embraced each other, thereupon Allah’s Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “O Allah, I love him; love him and love one who loves him.” (Muslim)
To be blessed with more than one child is a great bounty from the Almighty and it is our duty to treat them all fairly. Being unfair and showing favoritism between your children can be very dangerous and could be detrimental to their healthy development. Preferential treatment between children can cause sibling rivalry
Many a times parents unknowingly are the main cause of sibling rivalry. One thing that we must refrain from doing is ‘comparing’. No two people are the same so we must never compare or praise one child’s behavior in contrast to a siblings. It unfairly puts pressure on the child you praised and devalues the other child. Comparing children creates unwanted hatred between them. When one is due praises then do praise their behavior, effort or work and let them know you appreciate it in the presence of the other children as this will allow them to see what you like and what makes you happy and it will also encourage the praised child to continue and the others to follow. Or remind them of something praiseworthy they also did. But praising one child and immediately turning to the others with saying “Why can’t you be like that?” or similar will just cause resentment. One thing I’ve noticed my husband do a couple of times when he praises the younger children for anything that they’ve done in the presence of the older child, he’d ask the older child “did you teach them?”, Which makes the older child feel a sense of pride and responsible.
We should be with our children so that each of them feel like the special one. Take out time for each child individually. We should always teach our children to share. When we buy them toys then tell them its for everyone to share so either take it turns to play or play together. Or if your buying something for your son then buy something for your daughter too so she doesn’t feel left out or jealous. We should get the older children involved in looking after the younger, it will help create a stronger bond between the siblings Insha Allah.
If any of children feel like you are being unfair, speak to them. Always explain to the children why you did what you did so they also see it and don’t keep things bottled up inside. Always encourage them to play together and get them to help each other out when they are stuck with anything. If they hurt one another, encourage them to apologies. This type of care needs to be taken from when they are still very little so it seems normal as they grow older. As the thought of favoritism comes to children’s minds as they get older. Therefore, if we put love for each other into their little hearts, it will remain there as they grow up Insha Allah.
If a baby in the womb of the mother is told that the area outside your world ( womb of the mother) is million times bigger than your world, there are huge mountains, sky scraper buildings, huge oceans etc, the child will not comprehend the reality of the world outside the womb.
We all came out from the wombs of our mothers and witnessed the reality of that big world outside the womb. Likewise, the Hereafter will soon be a reality for us.
Hazrath Mufti Ebrahim Desai Saheb (Damat Barakatuhum) further explained, how ever the child is formed in the womb of the mother; the child will live with that in the world. If there are abnormalities in the child in the womb, eg. blind, deaf, etc, the child will live with those abnormalities in this world.
Similarly, if there are any defects in our Aqeeda and A’maal, it will reflect accordingly in the Hereafter. The physical abnormalities in a person is nothing in comparison to defects in our Aqeeda and A’maal.
Posted in Eductaion, Parenting, tagged basics of islam, BULWARK OF IMAAN, Hadith, imaan, islaam, Islamic Education, maktab project, muslim children, muslim ummat, Parenting in Islam, shariah on August 21, 2012 |
BISMILLAAHIR RAHMAANIR RAHEEM
“O PEOPLE OF IMAAN! IF YOU HELP (THE DEEN OF
ALLAH), HE WILL HELP YOU (AGAINST YOUR ENEMIES),
AND HE WILL PLANT YOUR FIRM FIRMLY.
(MUHAMMAD, AAYAT 7)
IF ALLAH HELPS YOU, THERE IS NONE TO DEFEAT YOU, AND IF HE
DISCARDS YOU, THEN WHO IS THERE TO HELP YOU BESIDES HIM?
(AAL-E-IMRAAN, AAYAT 160)
During the British occupation of India, which was prior to India splitting up into three states (India, Pakistan and Bangladesh), Hadhrat Shaikhul Hind Maulana Mahmudul Hasan, Hadhrat Maulana Husain Ahmad Madani and other Ulama, were exiled and imprisoned on the island of Malta for several years for their participation in Jihad activities to oust the British invaders from the Indian sub-continent.
After being released, in one of his first speeches to the masses of India, Hadhrat Shaikhul Hind (rahmatullah alayh) said that the only way for the perpetuation of Islam in the Indian sub-continent, was to establish a Maktab in every village. There should be no village without a Maktab to impart the basic Waajib quota of Deeni Ta’leem. Minus this fundamental requisite for the safety of Imaan, Islam will fade away. In fact, this lamentable fate has overtaken numerous villages in India. Entire villages have abandoned Islam. This irtidaad problem is not confined to India. Africa has always been the target for kuffaar missionaries. Former Muslim majority countries have been reduced to majority Christian states. Besides open irtidaad (reneging from Islam), the vast majority of Muslims, lacking in Islamic knowledge and exposed to the immoral and kufr ethos which accompanies secular education, has also turned its back on Islam. They are Muslim in name, hence it can be seen that Muslims in all countries, the vast majority, are vehemently anti-Shariah.
When children grow up without even the basic Maktab Ta’leem, and then are exposed to the satanic forces of westernism, secularism and kufr, there is nothing to prevent them from turning against the Deen. They view the Deen as an obstacle for achieving worldly goals. They are entirely ignorant of the purpose of life and of the Goal of the Aakhirah. There are millions and millions of Muslim children in villages all over the Muslim World, who are totally deprived of even the basic knowledge of Imaan, Tahaarat, Salaat and reciting the Qur’aan Shareef. Coupled to ignorance is poverty and squalor. Further aggravating this massive problem is the anti-Islam attitude of all the governments holding sway in the Muslim lands. Since they all are surrogates and supports of the West, they create obstacles for Islamic education and view the Maktabs with disfavour and disdain. Operating in this lamentable scenario are the kuffaar missionaries and other anti-Islamic satanic forces who are everlastingly scheming to eliminate Islam. The need to support the Maktab Project is therefore Waajib – of imperative importance.
By the fadhl of Allah Ta’ala, the Mujlisul Ulama of S.A. has been actively engaged in establishing and supervising Maktabs in several countries. Alhamdulillah, several thousand Makaateeb have been established, and since the inception of this Project more than 15 years ago, several hundred thousand children have passed out with a solid Imaani grounding which will, Insha’Allah, protect their Imaan in the world of secularism and kufr into which they invariably have to plunge. The cost of operating a Maktab is approximately R10,000 a year, which amount is the meagre wage for an Ustaadh (teacher). Today there is no better act of Thawaab-e-Jaariyyah (Perpetual Reward – on going reward even after death) than the Maktab Project.
Allah Ta’ala has favoured the Muslim community with considerable wealth. Instead of constructively spending the wealth to gain Allah’s Pleasure and to establish their abode in Jannat, Muslims are squandering huge sums of money in wasteful and even haraam avenues totally oblivious of the heart-breaking plight of the Ummah in other lands. Ignorance and poverty bring about huge suffering, but most affluent Muslims remain untouched, failing miserably to understand the hardships of their brethren. Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “The Muslimoon are like a single person. If the eye pains, the whole body pains. If the head pains, the whole body pains.” Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) conveyed to us in this and similar other Ahaadith that the problems of the Muslimeen in the east are the problems of the Ummah in the West as well.
It is the Waajib obligation of all Muslims, especially those whom Allah Ta’ala has favoured with wealth, to assist this vital and indispensable Maktab Project. It is an on-going Project. It is an Project that requires constant expansion. It is a Project which should not be remembered only during the month of Ramadhaan. Just as one is concerned with all affairs throughout the year, so too is the demand of the Maktab Project. It requires your constant attention.
The Maktab Project does not erect structures. It restricts the effort to setting up a Maktab in any existing structure which may be a local Musjid, a hut provided by someone, and if necessary under a clump of trees. The amount mentioned above is only the annual remuneration for a teacher who teaches up to 90 children. Where the children number more than 90, two Ustaadhs are required.
We urge you to keep in mind and in your heart the Maktab Project, and to contribute generously for building up your capital in the Hereafter. This is about the best Thawaab-e-Jaariyah project.
When making a deposit, please email/fax a copy of the
deposit slip to (Tel./Fax). 041-4513566
Mujlisul Ulama of South Africa
A/c no. 1217 040 145
Commercial Road Branch
(Branch code 121717)
Mujlisul Ulama of S.A. P.O. Box 3393, Port Elizabeth 6056 South Africa
Published by theMajlis.net
� THE DUTY OF EVERY MUSLIM TO AID THIS STRUGGLE THE MAKTAB STRUGGLE GUARDS THE IMAAN OF THE NEW GENERATIONS OF THE UMMAH�
IT IS THE STRUGGLE WHICH I S THE BULWARK AGAINST THE SILENT KUFR ONSLAUGHT
Millions of the Ummah’s children in thousands of remote villages all over the World of Islam are being weaned away from Islam by a variety of forces and influences, all favourable for the global Kufr machinery. Living in remote villages and in poverty, these children of the Ummah are deprived of the very elementary Deeni education so vital for the preservation of their Imaan. Growing up in stark ignorance of Islam and exposed to the onslaught of the kuffaar missionary machine and other influences of atheism, whole generations of Muslims have abandoned their Deen. In consequence of this silent disaster, some former Muslim majority countries in Africa have become majority Christian states. The apathy, neglect and uncaring attitude of the Ummah have contributed greatly to produce this sad state of affairs.
There is an imperative need�a Fardh Obligation�to establish Maktabs (small Madrasahs) in these villages to provide essential basic Deeni Ta’leem for the lost children of the Ummah. Millions of Muslim children are growing up without the knowledge of the Kalimah, Tahaarat, Salaat and Qur’aan recitation. While this lamentable and disastrous situation continues with its incremental process of degeneration, the Ummah is asleep and gripped in a stupor of lethargy, groveling in pomp and luxury. We appeal to all Muslims to step forward and aid the Waajib Maktab Struggle.
In different parts of the world, small concerned Muslim groups are working to counter this tide and avalanche of ignorance, the flames of which are being fanned by the machinery of kufr ignited by the enemies to destroy the Ummah and Islam. Among these groups the Mujlisul Ulama too is in the field. By the pure fadhl of Allah Ta’ala, we have succeeded in establishing approximately 1200 Maktabs catering for about a hundred thousand children who were a couple of years ago totally deprived of the very basic Deeni Ta’leem necessary to guard their Imaan. The maintenance of these Maktabs� small huts in which the children are taught � is an uphill struggle. While Muslims do contribute towards the upkeep of these Maktabs, the funding is generally restricted to the Month of Ramadhaan. The Ramadhaan contributions are grossly indifficient to ensure the smooth operation of the Maktabs throughout the year.
It costs about R6000 ($1000 ) � wages for an Ustaad � to operate a Maktab for a whole year. We are sure that there are innumerable Muslims who can comfortably afford to sponsor a Maktab for a year . This is a wonderful, and in this day , the best form of Sadqah Jaariyyah � a Sadqah which ensures perpetual thawaab even after death. It is an easy and a spiritually exhilirating effort to build up one’s capital for the Aakhirah. It is our fervent dua that Muslims will respond generously, for their own goodness and for the sake of the Ummah’s children, and with the intention of gaining Allah’s pleasure. We hope that Muslims will keep in mind this Waajib Project, not only during Ramadhaan. It is a continuous strug- gle. It has to be kept in mind throughout the year.
Banking Details :
Mujlisul Ulama of South Africa , A/c no. 1217 040 145
Nedbank, Commercial Road Branch , Port Elizabeth
Please notify us of your contribution deposited into any of our banking accounts . A copy of the deposit slip will be appreciated. Post or fax it to us. Our fax number is +27 – 41 – 4513566
Foreign contributors who wish to aid this vital Project of Islam, may deposit their contributions into the undermention ed account:
SERVANTS OF SUFFERING HUMANITY Account no . 631 91029 ( U. S. currency A / C ) Bank : Girobank plc, Bootle, Merseys i de, England GIROAA
Sorte Code 720000
Swift code GIRBGB22
For further details, you may contact:
Abdus Samad Mall, Tel: 083 3262 78 6 Or
Ismail Asmal, Phone 041 – 4513566 : Cell 083 2950 567