22 December, 2009

Obligations Muslim Owe to Quran






قرآن پر عمل
جن لوگوں کو تورات دی گئی جب انہوں نے تورات کے تقاضے پورے نہ کیے تو ان کی مثال قرآن نے ایسے دی جیسے گدھے پر کتابیں لدی ہوئی ہوں۔ تو بتائیں کہ جو لوگ قرآن کے تقاضے پورے نہیں کریں گے ان کی مثال کیا ہوگی؟ جبکہ قرآن کے تقاضے پانچ ہیں۔
1.    قرآن پر ایمان لانا
2.    قرآن کو پڑھنا (یعنی تجوید کے ضروری قواعد سیکھنا)
3.    قرآن کو سمجھنا
4.    قرآن پر عمل کرنا
5.    قرآن کو دوسروں تک پہنچانا



15 December, 2009

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14 December, 2009

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Methods of Memorization in Mauritania

Methods of Memorization in Mauritania
by: Abu Umar Abdul 'Aziz
Al-Hamdulillah, we praise Allah and seek His aid and forgiveness. May the Salah and the Salam be upon the Messenger of Allah, and upon his family and companions and all who follow his path with goodness until the Day of Judgment.

To proceed:
Once, the great scholar and grammarian, Shaykh Muhammad Salim al-'Udud ash-Shinqiti of Mauritania was attending a meeting for the international jurisprudence council in Cairo Egypt. After the meeting, the Shaykh went out with an Egyptian scholar to have dinner and converse with. During the course of the modest dinner, lively discussion took place about the various differences between Mauritania, a large extremely poor country situated in the Sahara desert, and the fairly developed and modern Egypt. The two scholars discussed the methods of Islamic study in both countries and this led the Egyptian scholar to jokingly ask him, "Which scholars are more knowledgeable, the scholars of Egypt or the scholars of Mauritania?"
In response to the question, Shaykh Muhammad Salim said: " Your scholars are more knowledgeable in the day time, and our scholars are more knowledgeable in the night."