There are two holy ‘Īdayn (feasts) that are gifts from Allāh. Allāh is happy with the people and sends them rewards. The people of today say they are Muslim but they don’t show respect for the Prophet (sas) and they will be asked about this.
Ziyārah Mawlānā Sheikh Nazim
Jul05 2016 16min
Ziyārah Ḥājjah Amīnah Sulṭān
Jul05 2016 17min
Gift from Allāh
Jul04 2016 Turkish 15min
Only fasting people know the gifts Allāh gives at the end of the day. The happiness is not just for eating and drinking. Allāh is happy with them and sends His Angels with gifts. No suffering is empty for the believer. Their is a reward for all.
The End of Ramaḍān
Jul03 2016 Turkish 15min
‘Īd can be determined by calculation or by moon sighting. Don’t follow your ego or your opinion or you will be lost. Be at rest and follow the decision of those in authority in the country where you live, be with the jamā‘ah.
The Heart of the Believer
Jul02 2016 Turkish 14min
The Prophet (sas) said that the heart is the most important part of a human being. If it is good the rest is good. A believer wishes only good, light, and mercy for others. Non-believers are dark and miserable and they wish misery for others.
Jul01 2016 Turkish 15min
Laylatu l-Qadr is the night the Qur’ān descended from Lawḥu l-Maḥfūẓ. It occurs one night of the year but which night is a secret. Usually it is in the last 10 nights of Ramaḍān, often the 27th night. The Prophet (sas) said it is good to be awake and praying this night and to ask for forgiveness and for health.
The Celebration of Laylatu l-Qadr
Jul01 2016 38min
The Secret of Success
Jun30 2016 Turkish 10min
Mawlānā said that the secret to success is to always move forward slowly. Don’t take on more than you can carry and then get fed up. In both material and spiritual matters take it slowly but steadily and persevere.
Time of Fitnah
Jun29 2016 Turkish 21min
When man follows the Order of Allāh he can be the highest of creatures. When he follows shayṭān he is the worst. Now fitnah is normal until the coming of S. Mahdī. Then divine revenge will be taken for the killing of innocents. Only love and respect for the Prophet (sas) will protect from the fire.
The Real Way
Jun28 2016 Turkish 9min
Don't let shayṭān or your imagination cheat you of your eternal life. Follow the way of Ḥaqq, the real way, that Allāh has shown in His Book and with His Prophet (sas).
Jun27 2016 Turkish 12min
Before the prayer of ‘Īd, Allāh orders all Muslims old and young, rich and poor, to pay Zakātu l-Fiṭr. This brings more blessing than at any other time. So do not postpone it.
Allāh Loves Justice
Jun26 2016 Turkish 16min
The most important thing in life is justice. In Islām the judge must be very educated and his judgment given quickly. It was like this in Ottoman times but now Muslim countries are slower than Europe. He gives example of a court case against someone who slandered Mawlānā.
The Big Barakah of I‘tikāf
Jun25 2016 Turkish 9min
Today is the 20th of Ramaḍān. In the last 10 days the Prophet (sas) did I‘tikāf. He secluded himself inside the mosque and devoted himself 24 hours a day to worship. Following this sunnah brings big barakah to the one who does it and to the whole community.
The EU Is Finished
Jun24 2016 Turkish 22min
The Ottomans ruled by Allāh's orders and they knew how to behave and were happy. Now they follow the West and the orders of shayṭān. Even the EU is finished but the Turks still want to join.
The Religion of Mercy
Jun23 2016 Turkish 17min
Islām is the religion of Mercy. If you sin 100 times, Allāh forgives 100 times. Islām, Christianity, and Judaism come from the same source one after the other. What you see today is like the story of the terrible mu’adhdhin whose call turns everyone away. Islām is not like this.
Jun23 2016 53min
The complete Tarāwīḥ Prayer for download.
The Battle of Badr
Jun22 2016 Turkish 19min
The first battle between the Muslims and the mushrik Quraysh was on the 17th of Ramaḍān. The 313 Ṣaḥābah who fought beside the Prophet (sas), without the help of angels, were forgiven their sins past and future. We make Du‘ā’ in their names.