Today is the 3rd day of ‘Īd, the 13th anniversary of the passing of Ḥajjah Amīnah Sulṭān. She achieved her high station by her sincerity and her service. She cannot be forgotten.
The Beginning of Every Illness
Jun26 2017 Turkish 17min
The Prophet ﷺ says that every illness begins in the stomach. Watch what you eat. Control your ego. Get the opinions of doctors, take medicine when you need it. Take care of yourself first and you may never need it.
Two Blessed Days
Jun25 2017 Turkish 10min
‘Īdu l-Fiṭr and ‘Īdu l-Aḍḥá are gifts from Allāh ﷻ for the believers. Even those who don’t pray regularly still celebrate these holy days and remember Allāh ﷻ and gain their blessing because Allāh ﷻ is happy with those who are happy with Him ﷻ.
Ziyārah Ḥājjah Amīnah Sulṭān
Jun25 2017 12min
Ziyārah Mawlānā Sheikh Nazim
Jun25 2017 14min
Naṣīḥah for the End of Ramaḍān
Jun24 2017 Turkish 13min
Tonight is a holy night, the night of ‘Īdu l-Fiṭr, one of the five or seven holy nights in Islām. Tonight Allāh ﷻ awards the ones who fasted forgiveness and favours only He ﷻ knows. And we are warned to be careful of the three most terrible attributes: pride, greed, and envy.
The Takbīr of ‘Īd
Jun23 2017 Turkish 14min
In two days it is ‘Īd. Those who have fasted Ramaḍān will have all their sins forgiven after a blessed month. The night of ‘Īd is a holy night for praying, du‘ā’, and charity. We will do the Takbīr from Fajr until the ‘Īd prayer in order to thank Allāh ﷻ for all His gifts.
Jun23 2017 17min
Happiness by Being Thankful
Jun22 2017 Turkish 11min
Allāh ﷻ made this world perfect for every creature, especially man. Enjoy His ﷻ favours that are ḥalāl. As long as you are thankful they will last. Ask of Him ﷻ and don’t be shy.
Jun21 2017 Turkish 16min
Ramaḍān is the most blessed month of the year and Laylatu l-Qadr the most holy night. Make extra prayers, give ṣadaqah and zakāh, pray for forgiveness and health for yourself and for safety and the coming of S. Mahdī (as) for the Ummah of Muḥammad ﷺ and the world.
The Dergah Is a Place of Training
Jun20 2017 Turkish
The dergah is a place for human beings to learn good manners and what is good and what is not good. It is a place to leave bad habits. Learn from the story of the Prophet Dāwūd (as). Follow the right way and don’t make excuses for yourself.
The Main Road
Jun19 2017 Turkish 14min
The most important thing for the Muslims of today is to be careful to follow the main road: the way of the Prophet ﷻ, the four Khulafā’, the Ṣaḥābah, and the Awliyā’. This is the only road to safety and success.
Inside the Door of Paradise
Jun18 2017 Turkish 14min
This world is a place for testing and not resting. Do not expect to rest until you drink from the pool of Kawthar and enter through the Door of Paradise which Allāh ﷻ has promised the believer.
The Inheritance of the Prophet ﷺ
Jun17 2017 Turkish 11min
Before sleeping the Prophet ﷺ gave away any material wealth he had in his house. After he passed away there was no monetary inheritance for his ﷺ heirs. What he ﷺ left for all of us still to inherit is the heavenly religion of Islām.
Zakātu l-Fiṭr Completes Your Fast
Jun16 2017 Turkish 26min
Allāh ﷻ accepts all your worshipping in Ramaḍān and Zakātu l-Fiṭr completes it with charity. Today is the richest time in history but even so people find it difficult to give zakāh. Zakāh cleans your wealth and makes it ḥalāl for you.
Mind Is a Big Favour from Allāh ﷻ
Jun15 2017 Turkish 12min
Allāh ﷻ gave the gift of mind to people and those who understand follow the Prophet ﷺ. People today are trying to destroy what mind they have with drugs and drink. We must know the value of what we have.
To Be Beloved by Allāh ﷻ
Jun14 2017 Turkish 10min
There are two kinds of people, those who are friends of Allāh ﷻ and those who are enemies. The meaning of Awliyā’u Llāh or saint is that they are beloved by Allāh ﷻ because they are clean, fast, pray, and obey Allāh’s ﷻ orders, not because they perform miracles.
The Importance of Fasting and I’tikāf
Jun13 2017 Turkish 21min
Fasting in Ramaḍān is a farḍ and its reward is great. Even sleeping during the fast is counted as ‘ibādah. If you miss one day of the fast not even a whole lifetime of fasting will make up for it. I‘tikāf in the last 10 days is also farḍ for at least one person in every community.