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.
Zakāh Is for Cleaning
Jun21 2016 Turkish 15min
To give zakāh is obligatory for every Muslim with wealth. It is a small amount but still people complain. Giving it cleans you and your property. Not giving it is as if you have stolen from the poor. Give and be thankful you are wealthy enough to give.
The Most Important Weapon
Jun20 2016 Turkish 16min
Life, until the end, is jihād against our true enemy, our ego. Patience is our most important weapon in this fight. Be soft, be patient, not angry. Every time you win a battle with the ego you become more happy and less wild, making you a better servant to Allāh and your shaykh and your community.
Only Strong with Allāh
Jun19 2016 Turkish 19min
Mankind is weak. Allah created everything even sickness and hot days. We must accept this and find power from Allah. With His help we can travel the universe.
Du‘ā’ for a New Life
Jun18 2016 Turkish 24min
The modern educational system and its teachers have become soldiers for shayṭān by excluding Allāh and religion from the schools. Even though the graduates have little education at least they should know to get the blessings of a holy person for the success of their future life.
End of Time
Jun17 2016 Turkish 20min
This is the end of time. Don’t endanger yourself or others by trying to change the bad things you see. Keep clean and out of danger and obey those in authority over you. Allah will take care of it.
Don't Reply to the Ignorant
Jun16 2016 Turkish 9min
If you like to be happy, keep your tongue. Don’t reply to the ignorant. To reply is to descend to their level. Only the Shaykh and the Awliyā’ can speak.
Time: The Most Precious Gift
Jun15 2016 Turkish 12min
Be happy with the gifts Allāh gives you. Time is one of the most precious. Don’t waste it, don’t “kill it”. Use it to try to be His beloved one.
Du‘ā’ at Ifṭār
Jun14 2016 Turkish 15min
In the month of Ramaḍān Allāh is even more generous. The Du‘ā’ made by the fasting person at the time of breaking fast is accepted. So ask for every good thing.
Come to the Light
Jun13 2016 Turkish 10min
Allāh created two ways for mankind. One is the way of light and one is the way of darkness. Most people are unhappy and preparing to follow shayṭān into the dark. Allah is calling to us: Come to the Light.
Love of the Prophet (ص)
Jun12 2016 Turkish 15min
It is obligatory to love, respect, and praise the Prophet (ص). It is more important than ‘ibādah. Without love we are nothing.
Jun11 2016 Turkish 15min
Every person has a shayṭān that follows him and encourages him to do bad things. If you curse him that makes him happy. Just do the opposite of what he advises and Allāh will be happy with you.
Do Good in Ramaḍān
Jun10 2016 Turkish 24min
Allāh is looking for the believer who does good during this month and He is proud and happy with him. Ramaḍān is a special gift for the spirit. Worship, do good deeds and pray for the good of everyone.
Be from the Special People
Jun09 2016 Turkish 14min
People divided themselves into casts or classes but the only ranks that have honor are those given by Allah. We should try to be the special ones, not the ordinary or the animal ones. We can all do this by following Allah’s orders.
Jun08 2016 Turkish 12min
Allāh says: Believe in Me and I am your eyes, your mouth, your hands. You will never be alone or unwanted. The world is a test but Allah shows you the easy path through it. Follow His easy and beautiful way.
Don't Be Afraid of Fasting
Jun07 2016 Turkish 18min
Ahlu s-Sunnah wa l-Jamāʻah follows the Prophet and you cannot change it to suit yourselves. If you do this you spoil your fasting. We are created for worshiping. As much as it is difficult as much Allāh rewards you with light and belief. Don’t be afraid.
The Sulṭān of Months
Jun06 2016 Turkish 14min
Ramadan has arrived. It is the Sulṭān of Months. For every act, even for eating the early morning meal, suḥūr, there are rewards and blessings. But for breaking the fast without a proper excuse there is punishment and the expiation is hard.