Allāh made man on the highest level but some men are higher than others. The Prophet (sas) was the most perfect, and to love him and respect him is the first step of belief. Then Allāh will open for us higher levels.
Oct13 2016 Turkish 11min
Mawlānā was like a university, teaching us to happily accept what comes from our Lord. He learned from his shaykh, who learned from his, and so on until the Prophet (sas). Being with him was like being in the presence of the Prophet (sas). He was Sulṭānu l-Awliyā’.
Oct12 2016 Turkish 16min
The people who call themselves salafīyūn today neither follow nor respect the Salaf aṣ-Ṣāliḥ - the companions of the Prophet (sas), those who followed the companions and their followers. Al-Ḥasan al-Baṣrī was one of the greatest salaf, a scholar and a ṣūfī. All of them taught love of the Prophet (sas) and the remembrance of Allāh.
The Rewards of ‘Āshūrā’
Oct11 2016 Turkish 24min
Every prophet and saint was saved to a safe place on the day of ‘Āshūrā’. Sayyidinā Ḥusayn achieved martyrdom. Sayyidunā Mahdī (as) is expected to appear in Muḥarram. It is a blessed, holy day of fasting and happiness. Every good deed is rewarded a thousand fold.
The Barakah of ‘Āshūrā’
Oct10 2016 Turkish 12min
All prophets respected the 10th of Muḥarram. Our Prophet (sas) loved it and gave us the 9th as well to begin the barakah. Peace and happiness come from following the Prophet (sas) not from following dunyā looking for money, or schooling, or position.
The Biggest Favour
Sep20 2016 Turkish 19min
The biggest favour Allāh can give is belief. A person becomes Muslim by tongue but a believer is by heart. A believer knows that everything is from Allāh and is happy with it, no fighting, no complaining, no fear. One kind of Awliyā’ has such strong belief that they do not interfere even to save a drowning man.
Sep19 2016 Turkish 14min
The Ḥujjāj have completed their duties and are going home clean. Shayṭān is waiting to make them dirty again. But as much as we don’t tire in sinning, Allāh Almighty doesn’t tire in forgiving. He is the most Merciful of the Merciful.
Like a Round Rock
Sep18 2016 Turkish 13min
A Muslim should be strong in his belief but soft in his dealings with people, especially parents. A Muslim knows the value of everything, even small things, and doesn’t waste water or pollute the earth. Be like a rock, hold hard to your belief but without sharp corners that will harm others.
‘Umrah without Ḥajj?
Sep17 2016 Turkish 19min
Islām is the perfect system and Allāh made it clear. It is wrong to say something is allowed when it is not but it is also a sin to say something is not allowed when it is. Shaykh Efendi addresses the question of whether it is permissible to make ‘Umrah before you have made Ḥajj.
The Way of Truth
Sep16 2016 Turkish 25min
Once you believe Islām forgives all sins like the shepherd who died shahīd before having prayed even once. Shaṭān is stubborn and never forgives. We follow the Prophet (sas) and the Qur’ān, the way of truth. But even on this way there can be those who are misguided and misguiding. So be careful.
Then He Cures Me (26:80)
Sep15 2016 Turkish 18min
Be careful what you eat and drink. In what and how you eat lies the cure for most illness. All healing comes from Allāh. See a doctor if you must but ask Allāh to cure you by means of the doctor or medicine and this will be rewarded as worship.
Ziyārah Hala Sultan
Sep14 2016 19min
Sep13 2016 Turkish 14min
Don’t cheat people by looking better on the outside than you are inside. If you wear the dress of the Prophet (sas) you must have good behavior and try always to be better or it is like praying without wuḍū’. And don’t let shayṭān cheat you by wearing a turban and jubbah.
Millati Ibrāhīm (2:130)
Sep12 2016 Turkish 13min
We should not be proud of our national origins rather we should be proud to be Millati Ibrāhīm, in the way of S. Ibrāhīm (as), and Ummati Muḥammad, the nation of S. Muḥammad (sas). The Ḥajj is a gift of S. Ibrāhīm. He and his son Ismā‘īl built the Ka‘bah on Allāh's orders and he called the people to come. Lucky are the ones who answered.