Is Knowledge all that counts on the Way to God? No! Before you can reach the door of True Knowledge, there is an important door you must enter through. "Knowledge and Edeb - İlim ve Edep"
Yesterday We Were Muslims!
Apr29 2011 Turkish
Talking to some brothers and sisters from Holland, Mawlana reminds them of what we, Muslims, had in the past. Before we had a Caliph, we had Shariat Law and we had honor, and today what is left for us? "Yesterday We Were Muslims - Dün Müslümandık".
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Do Not Be Intimidated
Apr24 2011 Turkish 30min
Turkey celebrated the Prophet's Blessed Birthday according to the Western calendar. So last week, and on Mawlana's Birthday, was the Western date for his Mawlid Sharif (saw). A group of Turkish Imams and professors and students came to congratulate Mawlana on this blessed occasion. Mawlana gave a beautiful sohbat, "Do Not Be Intimidated - Korkmayınız!"
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The Events in Sham: Tyranny Can Never Last!
Apr15 2011 Turkish
Late at night, Mawlana gave an important Sohbat about the sad events in Syria and said that since Friday prayer yesterday a new Tajjalee (manifestation) has descended.
Apr13 2011 Turkish
With Hussein Hoja, the Preacher
Apr11 2011 Turkish
An Imam from Turkey came to visit Mawlana. Mawlana praised him and said he is responsible for guiding his people to the True way. Paying the Imam his due respect and in a fatherly manner, Mawlana explained important points about Turkish History, about learning and understanding and about spirituality. Mawlana, also, gave the Imam some Instructions.
Up to Where Can Man's Power Reach?
Apr09 2011 Turkish
The prominent journalist and thinker, Dogan Harman, came to visit Mawlana and have a TV interview. In this 40-minute interview, Harman posed many of the questions that are occupying people's minds, individually and collectively, these days. And Mawlana, in his lively style, and appealing mainly to common sense defused all confusion.