Jawharah Tawhid Review Lesson

Jawharah 1-20 Overview

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Dear all, Asalaamu alaykum warahmatulLah,

A review of the Jawharah al-Tawhid poem in aqeedah, lines 1-20 will take place this Friday the 16th of October. This class is relevant to all students who have an interest in aqeedah. It is of particular significance to those who have attended our monthly Jawharah al-Tawhid classes as it will reinforce what has been covered along with important additional points and a set of skeleton notes. Those who have not attended these classes but have some previous study of aqeedah such as the Islamic Belief module of CIL are welcome to attend.

Venue: Castlefield community centre in High Wycombe (HP12 3LL)

Timing: 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Date:  Friday 16-Oct-2015

Please confirm attendance by emailing: info@daralhadith.org.uk

Dua for End of Hijri Year

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Please find above scans of the supplication to be recited thrice at the end of the hijri year, taken from Shaykh Abd al-Hamid Quds from Mecca’s work Kanz al Najah.

A quick translation is as follows:

In the name of Allah, Most Merciful, Most Kind
Salutations and blessings of Allah Most High be upon our Master Muhammad, his family and companions.
O Allah, those actions that I have performed in the past year which You forbade me from but I did not repent from and resulted in You being displeased, likewise that which I forgot to perform but You did not forget. You also gave me respite despite Your power to punish me and invited me to repentance after my transgressing against You.
O Allah, I seek Your forgiveness from this so please forgive me.
O Allah, any action which I performed which pleased You and for which You promised a reward and forgiveness, then please accept it from me and do not cut off my hopes in You, O Generous One, O Most Merciful.
Salutations and blessings of Allah Most High be upon our Master Muhammad, his family and companions.

To be repeated thrice. This is not from a Prophetic hadith but a general prayer which some Sunni scholars have found favourable.

 

 

Shamail Summary Release

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Alhumdulillah we are pleased to announce the second revised edition of the translation of Shaykh Abd al-Hayy al-Kattani’s summary of the Shamail is now available for purchase on the Amazon website. This text closely ties in with our Shamail project mentioned on this website and is published by the Karima al-Marwaziyya Foundation. All proceeds from this text will go towards education projects.

Also note that this is the first islamic work in the English language which makes use of a footnote of a footnote. A slightly obscure point worth mentioning!

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