Ramazan Sohbetleri: People give unlimited freedom to their egos thinking that if they can do everything they long for or they egos ask, they will reach "Güzel Hayat - Good Life - حياة طيبة"; until they discover that it is all an illusion. But then it is too late!
Ramazan Sohbetleri: "If We Are Muslims, … - Biz Müslümansak, ... " then we have to listen to this sohbat and follow Mawlana's instructions and really be careful. It is very uncommon that Mawlana gives such clear-cut instructions like the ones in thus sohbat.
Do Not Be Deceived by Dunya
Aug20 2011 Turkish
Everything in this world is passing. Everything is between two points; and whatever has a beginning has an end. So "Dünyaya Aldanma! - Do Not Be Deceived by Dunya! - و لا تغررنك الدنيا"
Aug18 2011 Turkish
The King of Darknesses and His Realms
Aug17 2011 Turkish 37min
How is it possible that a man can choose Darkness over Light? But this is the predominate choice of the men of the 20th and 21st centuries. The Muslims obey the non-Muslims and follow "The King of Darknesses & His Realms - Karanlıklar Kralı ve Diyarı - ظلمات الطاغوت".
Westernization or Falsification?
Aug17 2011 Turkish
The prominent journalist Doğan Harman interviewed Mawlana last week. We divided the one-hour interview into two parts. One translated and the other not.
Aug17 2011 Turkish
To All Those Not Fasting Ramadan
Aug16 2011 Turkish 53min
"Ramazan Orucu Tutmayanlara - To All Those Not Fasting Ramadan". You are free, but finally you will have no one to blame but yourselves! Mawlana tells humorous stories about what might happen to those who do not fast and those who continue to smoke.
Aug15 2011 Turkish 49min
Mawlana addresses a very important point that could determine the present and the future of any country. What is the relationship between the civilian and the military institutions within any government? How was it in the past? How is it in the present? And how should it be? What are the consequences of such a relationship to the stability and prosperity of any country? Mawlana said that this sohbat is an address not only to the Turks, but also to all Arabs and all Muslims, "Ordu Hümayun - اردوي همايون".
Aug15 2011 Turkish
Mawlana recited the Holy Hadith, "السلطان ظل الله في الأرض", and explained a point that puzzles many researchers in the realm of political philosophy. How can one man rule a whole nation or nations? What makes the people accept and obey? What allows monarchies to come about and be effective?
Aug11 2011 Turkish
Men of Religion
Aug09 2011 Turkish 53min
Mawlana makes fun of the term "Men of Religion" which was invented to replace the traditional terms such as, Hoja or Imam. This new title is devoid of meaning and value, and the people who carry it resemble the name. Both are form without substance.
Aug08 2011 Turkish 48min
Mawlānā speaks about a nation that has cut its connections to its great historical and cultural roots. It stays confined within the limits of a made-up contemporary consciousness and is incapable of going beyond itself or of reaching a true understanding. Mawlānā explains his use of “subtleties – لطائف” and the order to do so from the Qur’ān. Mawlānā is speaking to Jubbeli Ahmet Hoja in this way and the Hoja understands the real meaning.
Sultan Abu Ayub al-Ansary
Aug06 2011 Turkish 46min
"Sultan Eyüp Hz - (أبو أيوب الأنصاري (رضي الله عنه - Sultan Abu Ayub al-Ansary". The Mufti of Istanbul is discouraging people from visiting the tomb of the great Sahabi and the spiritual Sultan of Istanbul, Hz. Abu Ayub al-Ansary (ra), claiming that such a visit has no value. The mosque of Hz. Ayub is closed throughout the Holy month of Ramadan because they say that it is "under renovation". This is a situation that breaks the hearts of true Muslims who seek nearness to their Prophet (sas) especially in this holy month by means of such a visit. This is not unique to Turkey or Istanbul. It happens in all Muslim countries wherever a tomb of a sahabi or a relative of the Prophet (sas) or that of a big saint, exists. Mawlana answers them and urges Hoja Jubbeli Ahmad and all Imams to speak up and stop such fitna.