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It is reported from Al-Fudayl ibn ‘Ayyaad Rahimahullah that he said: “If you can be unknown, do so. It doesn’t matter if you are not known and it doesn’t matter if you are not praised. It doesn’t matter if you are blameworthy according to people if you are praiseworthy with Allaah, Mighty and Majestic.” [Al-Bayhaqi, Az-Zuhd Al-Kabeer p.100] “The Best women are those who do not see the men and are not seen by men.” Fatimah Radhi-Allahu Anha
[Ahkam un-Nisa p.219 by Ibn al-Jawzi, Abu al-Faraj ‘Abd al-Rahman ibn 'Ali]

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O my Lord! The calamity has aggravated; the absence prolonged; the curtain of modesty has been lifted; hope has been curtailed; the earth has been narrow; and sky has been denied. And You are the One from whom help is sought and complaints are made. And in You we trust in the times of difficulty.
—  Du‘a al-Faraj (Ilahi ‘Adhumal Bala)  

DI MANAKAH KITA?

Jika buku-buku yang kita baca menjadikan kita merasa lebih tahu daripada sesama..

Jika kajian-kajian yang kita hadiri membuat kita merasa telah pasti berada di jalan yang diridhai..

Jika dengan berada di jama'ah A, mengutip Syaikh B, dan menjadi murid Ustadz C menguarkan dalam dada kalimat, “Aku lebih baik daripada dia..”

Jika ‘ilmu & 'amal yang kita raih menumbuhkan perasaan betapa berhaknya kita atas surga..

Mari kita simak satu kisah di antara berpuluh ribu kemuliaan para salafush shalih.

Adalah Al Imam Abul Faraj ibn Al Jauzy, rautan pena yang digunakannya untuk menulis dapat menyalakan perapian sebuah rumah selama berbulan-bulan. Jika jumlah halaman seluruh karya tulisannya yang sekira 2000 judul dibagi dengan umurnya sejak baligh, maka dihasilkan bilangan 40 halaman per hari.

Melalui dakwahnya, lebih dari 30.000 Yahudi dan Nasrani masuk Islam. Melalui mau'izhahnya, lebih dari 100.000 orang bertaubat dari dosa-dosa. Tapi adalah beliau berwasiat kepada para muridnya sambil menangis terisak-isak.

“Jika kalian telah masuk ke dalam surga Allah”, ujarnya di sela sesenggukan, “Sedang kalian tak mendapatiku ada di sana.. Maka tanyakanlah oleh kalian tentang diriku. Lalu katakanlah, 'Ya Rabbi, sungguh hambaMu si fulan pernah mengingatkan kami tentang Engkau.. Maka angkatlah dia, sertakan bersama kami dengan rahmatMu.” Dan beliau semakin tersedu.

Yaa Rabbanaa.. Aina nahnu min akhlaqis salaf.. Di manakah kedudukan kami dibanding segala kebajikan yang mereka tebar dengan ilmu dan 'amalnya; lalu di mana pula kami dibanding akhlaq dan ketawadhu'an mereka..
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Renungan seorang hamba Allah sekaligus tawanan dosanya; ketika ikhwan dan akhwat hingga harus berdesak-desak hadir di majelis yang mendatangkannya. Sungguh seandainya tabir aib-aibnya dibuka, tak satupun yang kan sudi berpapasan dengannya dalam jarak berdepa-depa. Betapa Maha Indah Dzat yang telah menyembunyikan kenistaannya.

- Salim A Fillah -

One of the Salaf asked his student: ‘What do you do when the devil whispers to you?’

He replied: ‘I fight him back.’

The teacher asked: ‘What if he returns?’

He replied: ‘I fight him.’

The teacher asked again: ‘What if he returns?’

The student repeated again: ‘I fight him.’

The teacher said: ‘This will take too long. Do you see if you try to pass by some sheep and the shepherd’s dog barks at you to prevent you from passing, what would you do?’

He replied: ‘I would struggle to fight and repel him.’

The teacher replied: ‘This would take too long. Instead, seek the assistance of the sheep’s owner, he would suffice you from him . ‘

Posted from the Book – The Devil’s Deceptions (Talbis Iblis): By Imam Abu’l Faraj Ibn Al Jawzi, English Trans. Page 91

some of the scholars of Ahlus Sunnah who have passed away (not a comprehensive list)
  • ‘Abdullaah Ibn Thuwab Abee Muslim Al-Khawlaanee (d.62AH)
  • Ibraheem at-Taymee (d.72AH)
  • Abdur-Rahmaan bin Hurmooz (d.117AH)
  • Muhammad bin Waasi (d.123AH)
  • Ahmad bin Yunus (d.134AH)
  • Abu Amr Ibnul Alaa (d.154AH)
  • Zafar bin Al-Hudhayl (d.158AH)
  • Salamah Ibn Deenar (d.164AH)
  • Al-Khaleel ibn Ahmad Al-Azdee  Al-Faraaheedee (d.170AH)
  • Abd Al-Azeez bin Abee Haazim (d.180AH)
  • Muslim bin Khaalid Al-Makhzoomee (d.180AH)
  • Muhammad bin Deenaar (d.182AH)
  • Abu Ishaq Al-Fazaaree (d.187AH)
  • Abd Al-Rahmaan bin Al-Qaasim (d.191AH)
  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Idrees Al-Awdee al-Kufi (d.192AH)
  • Shaqîq bin Ibrâhîm (d.194AH)
  • Abu Daawood at-Tayaalisee (d.204AH)
  • Al-Hasan bin Ziyaad Al-Lu'lu'i Al-Kufi (d.204AH)
  • Imam ash-Shāfi’ī (d.204AH)
  • Yazeed bin Haaroon (d.206AH)
  • Yahyaa bin Hassaan (d.208AH)
  • ‘Abd Al-Razzâq Al-San’ânî (d.210AH)
  • Talq ibn Ghannaam an-Nakha’ee (d.211AH)
  • Aboo ‘Aasim an-Nabeel (d.212AH)
  • Abul- Mugheerah ‘Abdul-Quddoos ibn Al-Hajjaaj (d.212AH)
  • Asad ibn Musa (d.212AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Yusuf Al-Firiyaabee (d.212AH)
  • Muhammad ibn ‘Ar’arah (d.212AH)
  • ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Hammaad Ash-Shu’aythee (d.212AH)
  • Abdullaah bin Yazeed Al-Muqree (d.213AH)
  • Asad bin Al-Furaat bin Sinaan (d.213AH)
  • Bishr ibn Shu’ayb Al-Himsee (d.213AH)
  • Hassaan ibn Hassaan Al-Basree (d.213AH)
  • Khaalid ibn Makhlad (d.213AH)
  • Khallaad ibn Yahyaa as-Sulamee (d.213AH)
  • ‘Ubaydullaah ibn Moosaa (d.213AH)
  • Ahmad ibn Khaalid Al-Wahbee (d.214AH)
  • Makkee ibn Ibraaheem (d.214AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Saabiq (d.214AH)
  • Alee ibn Hasan ibn Shaqeeq (d.215AH)
  • Badl ibn Al- Muhabbir Al-Yarboo’ee (d.215AH)
  • Khaalid ibn Yazeed Al- Muqri (d.215AH)
  • Muhammad ibn ‘Abdullaah ibn Al-Muthannaa Al-Ansaaree (d.215AH)
  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Yoosuf at-Tinneesee (d.215AH)
  • Abul-Waleed Ahmad ibn Muhammad Al-Azraqee (d.217AH)
  • Al-Hajjaaj ibn Al-Minhaal (d.217AH)
  • Suraij ibn an- Nu’maan (d.217AH)
  • Ahmad ibn Ishkaab (d.218AH)
  • ‘Abdul A’laa ibn Mushir (d.218AH)
  • Abdullah bin Az-Zubayr Al-Humaydee (d.219AH)
  • Al-Fadl ibn Dukayn (d.219AH)
  • ‘Alee ibn ‘Ayyaash Al Alhaanee (d.219AH)
  • Aadam ibn Abee Iyaas Al-’Asqalaanee (d.220AH)
  • Affaan ibn Muslim (d.220AH)
  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Rajaa Al-Ghudaanee (d.220AH)
  • Abul-Yamaan Al-Hakam ibn Naafi’ (d.221AH)
  • ‘Adnaan ibn ‘Uthmaan Al-’Atakee (d.221AH)
  • Sadaqah ibn Al-Fadl (d.223AH)
  • Ayyoob ibn Sulaymaan ibn Bilaal (d.224AH)
  • Muhammad ibn ‘Eesaa ibn at-Tabbaa (d.224AH)
  • Qaasim ibn Sallaam (d.224AH)
  • Sa’eed ibn Abee Maryam (d.224AH)
  • Asbagh ibn Al-Faraj (d.225AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Salaam ibn Al-Farj Al-Beekandiy (d.225AH)
  • Ism’aeel bin Abee Uways (d.226AH)
  • Yahyaa ibn Yahyaa ibn Bakr Al-Muqri (d.226AH)
  • Haashim bin 'Abdul Maalik Al Baahili (d.227AH)
  • Sa’eed ibn Mansoor (d.227AH)
  • Abdullah bin Muhammad Al-Ja'fee (d.229AH)
  • ‘Abdullaah ibn Az-Zubayr Al-Mumaydee (d.229AH)
  • Ibn Sa’d (d.230AH)
  • Ahmad ibn Nasr (d.231AH)
  • Al Buwaytee (d.231AH)
  • Yahyaa ibn Ma’een (d.233AH)
  • Ali ibn Al-Madini (d.234AH)
  • Imaam Ahmad ibn Harb (d.234AH)
  • Imam an-Nasaa'ee (d.234AH)
  • Ibn Abî Shaybah (d.235AH)
  • Isḥāq Ibn Rahaawaih (d.238AH)
  • Nu'aym bin Hammaad (d.239AH)
  • Abdul Azeez bin Yahyah (d.240AH)
  • Abu Thawr Ibraaheem bin Khaalid Al-Kalbee (d.240AH)
  • Imam Ahmad (d.241AH)
  • Is-haaq ibn Mansoor al-Maraazi (d.251AH)
  • ‘Abdul-Wahhaab ibn ‘Abdil-Hakam Al-Warr (d.251AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Baschār (d.252AH)
  • Imam Darimi (d.255AH)
  • Imam al-Bukhari (d.256AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Sahnoon (d.256AH)
  • Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Haani Al-Athram (d.260AH)
  • Imâm Muslim (d.261AH)
  • Aboo Zur’ah Ar-Raazee (d.264AH)
  • Isma’eel Ibn Yahyaa Al-Muzanee (d.264AH)
  • Ibn Haani (d.265AH)
  • Saalih ibn Ahmad (d.266AH)
  • Al-Rabī’ bin Sulaymān (d.270AH)
  • Abdul Malik Al-Maymoonee (d.273AH)
  • Abu Bakr bin Athram (d.273AH)
  • Ibn Maajah Al-Qazweenee (d.273AH)
  • Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Hajjaaj Al-Marwazi (d.275AH)
  • Imam at-Tirmidhi (d.275AH)
  • Imām Abū Dāwūd as-Sijistānī (d.275AH)
  • Ibn Qutaybah (d.276AH)
  • Abu Hatim Ar-Raazi (d.277AH)
  • 'Uthmaan ibn Sa’eed ad-Daarimee (d.280AH)
  • Harb Al Kirmani (d.280AH)
  • Ibn Abî Al-Dunyâ (d.281AH)
  • Al-Haarith bin Abi Usaamah (d.282AH)
  • Ismaa'eel Al-Qaadi Al-Maqdisi (d.282AH)
  • Sahl ibn ‘Abdillāh (d.283AH)
  • Ahmad ibn Sinaan Al-Qattaan (d.285AH)
  • Ibraaheem Al-Harbee (d.285AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Wadaah Al-Marawani (d.286AH)
  • Ibn Abee Aasim Ash-Shaybaanee (d.287AH)
  • Ibn Waḍḍāḥ (d.287AH)
  • Ahmad bin Abee Khaythama (d.289AH)
  • Abdullaah bin Ahmad bin Hanbal (d.290AH)
  • Al-Maruthee (d.292AH)
  • Muhammad bin Nasr Al-Marwazî (d.294AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Yahyaa ibn Mandah (d.301AH)
  • Imam an Nisaa’ee (d.303AH)
  • Ibn Suraij (d.306AH)
  • Muhammad Ibn Khalaf Ibn Hayyaan (d.306AH)
  • Abu Ya`laa Al-Mooseeli (d.307AH)
  • Ibn al-Jaarood (d.307AH)
  • Imam Abi Zamanain (d.309AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari (d.310AH)
  • Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Haaroon Al-Khallaal (d.311AH)
  • Az-Zujaaj (d.311AH)
  • Ibn Khuzaymah (d.311AH)
  • Muhammad bin Is-Hāq as-Sirāj (d.313AH)
  • Abu `Awaanah (d.316AH)
  • Ibn Abee Dawood (d.316AH)
  • Ibn Al-Munthir (d.318AH)
  • Imam Al-Ṭahāwī (d.321AH)
  • Muhammad bin `Amr Al-Uqaili (d.322AH)
  • Abu Hasan Al-Ash'ariyy (d.324AH)
  • Abubakr Muhammad bin Jafar bin Sahl Ash-Shaamiriy (d.327AH)
  • Ibn Abee Haatim (d.327AH)
  • Ibn Abdi Rabbihi (d.328AH)
  • Imam Al-Barbahārī (d.329AH)
  • Muhammad bin `Amr Ar-Razaaz (d.329AH)
  • Ahmad bin Ziyaad (d.340AH)
  • `Uthmaan bin Ahmad (d.344AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Ya’qoob Al-Asamm (d.346AH)
  • Al-Asaal (d.349AH)
  • Abu Haatim Ibn Hibbân (d.354AH)
  • Abu Bakr al-Ājurrī (d.360AH)
  • At-Tabaraanee (d.360AH)
  • Ibn an-Nabulsi (d.363AH)
  • Ibn as-Sunni (d.364AH)
  • Ibn `Adi (d.365AH)
  • Ibn Hayyaan (d.369AH)
  • Al-Haafidh Abu Bakr Al-Ismaa’eelee (d.371AH)
  • 'Abu Ja'far Ahmad bin Awn Illaah (d.378AH)
  • Imam Ad-Dāruquṭnī (d.385AH)
  • Ibn Abi Zayd Al-Qayrawânî (d.386AH)
  • Ibn Battah Al-Ukbari (d.387AH)
  • Al-Mukhlis (d.393AH)
  • Yahya bin Manda (d.395AH)
  • Al-Harawî (d.396AH)
  • Ibn Abee Zamaneen (d.399AH)
  • Ali bin Muhammad Ibnul Husayn Al-Bustee (d.400AH)
  • Al-Haakim al-Naysābūrī (d.405AH)
  • Abu'l-Hasan Isfaraini (d.406AH)
  • Imam Al-Lâlakâ'î (d.418AH)
  • Hamzah bin Yusuf as-Sahmee (d.427AH)
  • Abu Umar at-Talamankee (d.429AH)
  • Abû Nu’aym Al-Isfahani (d.430AH)
  • Tammaam Ar-Raazi (d.440AH)
  • 'Uthmaan bin Sa'eed (d.444AH)
  • Abī Naṣr Al-Sijzī (d.444AH)
  • Imām Abu Uthmān as-Sābūnī (d.449AH)
  • Abdul-Hasan Al-Mawardi (d.450AH)
  • Abū Muḥammad ibn Ḥazm (d.456AH)
  • Imam Abu Sulayman Al-Khattabi (d.456AH)
  • Al-Qadi Abu Yala (d.458AH)
  • Imam Al-Bayhaqî (d.458AH)
  • Al-Khatîb al-Baghdadi (d.463AH)
  • Ibn Abdul-Barr (d.463AH)
  • 'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Muhammad ibn Mandah (d.470AH)
  • Abu Ishaaq Ash-Sheeraazee (d.476AH)
  • Abul Waleed Al-Baajee (d.477AH)
  • ‘Abdul-Waahid bin Muhammad Ash-Sheeraazee (d.486AH)
  • Ibn ‘Aqeel (d.488AH)
  • As-Sam'aanee (d.489AH)
  • Al-Asfahaanee (d.502AH)
  • Al-Baghawī (d.516AH)
  • Ibn Az-Zaghuni (d.527AH)
  • Imaam Al-Asbahaanee (d.535AH)
  • Ibn ul-Arabee Al-Maalikee (d.543AH)
  • Yahyaa bin Muhammad (d.560AH)
  • `Abdul-Qaadir Al-Jeelaanee (d.561AH)
  • Ibn ‘Aasakir (d.571AH)
  • `Abd Al-Haqq Al-Ishbeeli (d.581AH)
  • Abū Bakr ibn Masʿūd Al-Kāsānī (d.587AH)
  • Al-Qādhī ‘Iyādh (d.591AH)
  • Ibn al-Jawzee (d.597AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Ghanī Al-Maqdisī (d.600AH)
  • Az-Zarnoojee (d.602AH)
  • Majd Ad-Deen Ibn Al-Atheer (d.606AH)
  • Imaam Ibn Qudāmah Al-Maqdisee (d.620AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Kareem ibn Muhammad Al-Raafi'ee Al-Qazweeni (d.623AH)
  • Ibn ul-Atheer  Al-Jazaree (d.630AH)
  • Diyaa Ud-Deen Al-Maqdisee (d.643AH)
  • Ibn as-Ṣalāh (d.643AH)
  • Shaykh 'Abu Amr bin As-Saalih (d.643AH)
  • Al-Hafiz Al-Mundhiri (d.656AH)
  • Al-Izz bin Abdis Salaam (d.660AH)
  • Abu Shaamah al-Maqdisi (d.665AH)
  • Al-Qurṭbī (d.671AH)
  • Al-Muhib at-Tabari (d.674AH)
  • Al-Imām Al-Nawawī (d.676AH)
  • Zaynab bint 'Umar bin Al-Kindee (d.699AH)
  • Imaam ibn Da-Qeeq Al Eed (d.701AH)
  • Ibn Manzoor al-Afreeqi (d.711AH)
  • Majd Ad-Din ibn Taymiyyah (d.720AH)
  • Muhammad ibn `Ali Al-Ansari Al-Zamalkani Al-Dimashqi (d.727AH)
  • Sharafudeen Ibn Taymiyyah (d.727AH)
  • Ibn Taymiyyah (d.728AH)
  • Ibn Jama’a Al Kinanee (d.733AH)
  • Taj-uddeen Faakihanee (d.734AH)
  • Imaam ibn Haaj (d.737AH)
  • Al-Mizzī (d.742AH)
  • Ibn Abdul-Haadi (d.744AH)
  • Imām Dhahābī (d.748AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Halim ibn Taymiyyah (d.749AH)
  • ‘Umar bin ‘Alee Al-Bazzaar (d.749AH)
  • Ibn Qayyim (d.751AH)
  • Sadr-ud-Deen Al-Maydoomee (d.754AH)
  • Al-Subkī (d.756AH)
  • Ibn Al-Mulook (d.756AH)
  • Al-’Alaa’ee (d.761AH)
  • Zayla'i (d.762AH)
  • Ibn Muflih (d.763AH)
  • As-Safadee (d.764AH)
  • ‘Afeef-ud-Deen Al-Khazrajee (d.765AH)
  • ‘Izz-ud-Deen bin Jamaa’ah (d.767AH)
  • Ibn an-Naqeeb (d.769AH)
  • Ibn Qaadee Al-Jabal (d.771AH)
  • Kamal Uddeen Muhammad bin Ali bin Abdulwahid bin Az-Zamalakaani (d.771AH)
  • Ahmad ibn 'Abd Ar-Rahman ibn Al-Hasan (d.774AH)
  • Ibn Katheer (d.774AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Qaadir Al-Qurashi (d.775AH)
  • Khalil ibn Ishaq Al-Jundi (d.776AH)
  • 'Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad 'Ali Al-Kinani Al-Asqalani (d.777AH)
  • Imam Abu Ishaq Al-Shātibī (d.790AH)
  • Ibn Abil-'Izz Al-Hanafee (d.792AH)
  • Muḥammad ibn ‘Abdillāh Az-Zarkashī Al-Miṣrī Al-Ḥanbalī (d.794AH)
  • Ibn Rajab (d.795AH)
  • Ibn Al-Lihaam Al-Ba’alee Ad-Dimashqee (d.803AH)
  • Ibn Al-Mulaqqin (d.804AH)
  • Al-Hafith Al-Iraqi (d.806AH)
  • Ibn Khaldun (d.806AH)
  • Ibn Nuhas (d.814AH)
  • Al-Fayrooz-Abaadee (d.817AH)
  • Ibnul Wazeer (d.840AH)
  • Al-Barzali (d.841AH)
  • Ibn Ar-Risaam (d.844AH)
  • Al-Maqrizi (d.845AH)
  • ‘Abdur-Rahmaan bin Muhammad Al-Misree Az-Zarkashee (d.846AH)
  • Ibn Hajr al-‘Asqalānī (d.852AH)
  • 'Alaa-ud-Deen Al-Mardaawee (d.855AH)
  • Badr Ad-Dīn Al-‘Aynī (d.855AH)
  • Jalal Al-Din Al-Mahalli (d.864AH)
  • Ibn Al-Humaam (d.869AH)
  • Ibn Al-Mufleh (d.884AH)
  • Al-Hâfidh Al-Sakhâwî (d.902AH)
  • Imām as-Suyūṭī (d.911AH)
  • Al-Hajaawee (d.968AH)
  • Ibn Nujaim Al-Misri (d.970AH)
  • Sha`raani (d.973AH)
  • Ibn Ḥajar Al-Makkī Al-Haytamī (d.974AH)
  • Mulla ‘Alee Al-Qaaree (d.1014AH)
  • 'Abdur-Ra'oof al-Munaawee (d.1031AH)
  • Shaykh Abd Al-Ra'uf Al-Manaawi (d.1031AH)
  • Muhammad Ali Ulaan Al-Bakree as-Siddeeqee (d.1057AH)
  • Imam al-Bayquni (d.1080AH)
  • Zurqaani (d.1122AH)
  • Abul Hasan Nurud-Din Muhammad ibn Abdil Haadi as Sindi (d.1138AH)
  • Muhammad Hayaat bin Ibraaheem as-Sindee (d.1163AH)
  • Wali-ullaah Dehlawi (d.1176AH)
  • Amir as-Sanani (d.1182AH)
  • as-Safaarini (d.1188AH)
  • Ibn `Aabideen (d.1203AH)
  • Shaykh ul Islām Muḥammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab (d.1206AH)
  • Shaikh Sulaimaan bin Abdullaah Aal Ash-Shaikh (d.1233AH)
  • Imam Ash-Shawkanee (d.1250AH)
  • Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Hasan Aalush-Shaykh (d.1285AH)
  • 'Abdullāh ibn’ Abdur-Rahmān Abu Batīn (d.1286AH)
  • 'Abd Al-Hayy Lucknowi (d.1304AH)
  • Siddeeq Hasan Khaan Al-Qinnawjee (d.1307AH)
  • Shaykh Nadheer Hussein (d.1320AH)
  • Mahmood Shukri al-Aaloosi (d.1342AH)
  • Sa'ad bin Hamad Al-Atiq (d.1349AH)
  • Shamsul Haqq Adheem Al-Abaadee (d.1349AH)
  • Sulaymaan ibn Sahmaan (d.1349AH)
  • Abdur-Rahmaan Al-Mubaarakfuree (d.1352AH)
  • Shaykh Thanaa Ullah Al-Amritsari (d.1367AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Muqbil Aal Muqbil (d.1368AH)
  • 'Abdur-Rahmaan Al-Kuraydees (d.1373AH)
  • Imām Saʿdī (d.1376AH)
  • Ahmad Shaakir (d.1377AH)
  • Hafidh Al-Hakami (d.1377AH)
  • Shaykh 'Abdur-Rahmaan Al-Ifreeqee (d.1377AH)
  • Muhammad Haamid Al-Faqeeh (d.1378AH)
  • Abdur-Rahman Al-Mu’allimî Al-Yamânî (d.1386AH)
  • Abdullah ibn Muhammed ibn Hamad Al Qar'awee (d.1389AH)
  • Muhibb-uddeen Al-Khateeb (d.1389AH)
  • Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim ibn `Abdul-Latif Al Al-Shaykh (d.1389AH)
  • Al-‘Allāmah ‘Abdur Raḥmān ibn Qāsim Al-‘Āṣimī an-Najdī Al-Ḥanbalī (d.1392AH)
  • Abdul-Haq Al-Haashimee (d.1393AH)
  • Imam Muhammad Al-Ameen Ash-Shinqeetee (d.1393AH)
  • Muhammad ibn Saalih Al-Khuzaym (d.1394AH)
  • Muhammad Khaleel Haraas (d.1395AH)
  • Shaykh  ‘Abdullaah bin Muhammad bin Humaid (d.1402AH)
  • Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (d.1408AH)
  • Muḥammad Taqī Al-Dīn Al-Hilālī (d.1408AH)
  • Shaykh Muhammad ‘Attaallaah Haneef (d.1408AH)
  • 'Abdul-'Azeez as-Subayyal (d.1412AH)
  • Shaikh Hamood bin 'Abdillaah at-Tuwaijiree (d.1413AH)
  • Ubaidallah Al-Mubaarakfuree (d.1414AH)
  • Shaykh Abdul Razzaq Al Afeefee (d.1415AH)
  • Badee’ud-Deen as-Sindee (d.1416AH)
  • Shaykh Muḥammad Amān Al-Jāmī (d.1416AH)
  • Shaykh Hammaad al-Ansaaree (d.1418AH)
  • Shaykh Umar bin Muhammad Al-Fulaanee (d.1419AH)
  • Al-‘Allāmah Muḥammad Nāṣir ad-Dīn al Al-Albaanee (d.1420AH)
  • Muhammad bin 'Abdillaah as-Sumaalee (d.1420AH)
  • Shaykh Muḥammad ‘Atiyyah Sālim (d.1420AH)
  • Shaykh ibn Bāz (d.1420AH)
  • Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ṣāliḥ ibn Uthaymīn (d.1421AH)
  • Imaam Muqbil bin Hādī al-Wādi’ī (d.1422AH)
  • Sheikh ‘Abdullah bin ‘Abdur Rahman Al-Bassaam (d.1423AH)
  • Ibn Barjas (d.1425AH)
  • Shaykh Ibrahim ibn Muhammad Al Al-Shaykh (d.1428AH)
  • Shaykh Ahmad ibn Yaḥyā an-Najmy (d.1429AH)
  • Shaykh Bakr ibn `Abdullah Abu Zayd (d.1429AH)
  • Muhammad Ibn Abdulwahhab Marzooq Al-Banna (d.1430AH)
  • Shaykh ‘Abdullaah ibn Ghudayaan (d.1431AH)
  • Shaykh ‘Abdur Rahmaan Al-‘Adani (d.1434AH)
  • Shaykh Zayd Al-Madkhalī (d.1435AH)

WE ARE NOT NUMBERS! List of the names and ages of Palestinians killed so far by Israeli aggression in Gaza Strip.

1. Mohammed Shaaban (24) killed in Gaza

2. Amjad Shaaban (30) killed in Gaza

3. Khader Al-Bashiliki (45) killed in Gaza

4. Rashad Yassin (27) killed in the Nusseurat refugee camp

5. Mohammed Ayman Ashour (15) killed in Khan Younis

6. Riad Mohammed Kawareh (50) killed in Khan Younis

7. Bakr Mohammed Judeh (22) killed in Khan Younis

8. Ammar Mohammed Judeh (26) killed in Khan Younis

9. Hussein Yousef Kawareh (13) killed in Khan Younis

10. Mohammed Ibrahim kawareh (50) killed in Khan Younis

11. Mohammed Habib (22) killed in Gaza

12. Ahmed Moussa Habibi (16) killed in Gaza

13. Saqr Ayesh Al-Ajuli (22) killed in Jabalia

14. Ahmed Nael Mahdi (16) killed in Gaza

15. Basil Salem Kawareh (10) killed in Khan Younis

16. Hafez Mohammed Hamad (30)

17. Ibrahim Mohammed Hamad (26)

18. Mahdi Mohammed Hamad (46)

19. Fawziya Khalil Hamad (62) (Female)

20. Dunya Mahdi Hamad (16) (Female)

21. Suha Hamad (25) (Female)

22. Suleiman Salman Abu Sowaween (22)

23. Siraj Ayad Abdelal (8)

24. Abdel Hadi Jumaa Al-Sufi (24)

25. Rashid Al-Kafarneh (30)

26. Nayfeh Farajallah (80) (Female)

27. Abdel Nasser Abu Kweik (60)

28. Khaled Abu Kweik (31)

29. Mohammed Arif (13)

30. Mohammed Malake (1 year and a half)

31. Amneh Malake (27) (Female)

32. Hatem Abu Salem (unreported age)

33. Mohammed Khaled Al-Nimre (22)

34. Sahar Hamdan Al-Masri (40) Female)

35. Ibrahim Al-Masri (14)

36. Mohammed Khalaf Al-Nawasra (4)

37. Nidal Khalaf Al-Nawasra (a child of unreported age)

38. Aicha Najm (Female) (unreported age)

39. Salah Awad Al-Nawasra (unreported age)

40. Mahmoud Nahed Al-Nawasra (unreported age)

41. Amal Yousef Abdel Ghafour (Female) (unreported age)

42. Raneem Judeh Abdel Ghafour (Young girl of unreported age)

43. Ibrahim Daoud Al-Balaawi (24)

44. Abdel Rahman Jamal Al-Zamli (22)

45. Ibrahim Ahmed Abdeen (42)

46. Mustafa Abu Murr (20)

47. Khaled Abu Murr (23)

48. Mazen Faraj Al-Jarba (30)

49. Marwan Isleem (27)

50. Hani Saleh Hamad (57)

51. Ibrahim Hamad (20)

52. Salima Hassan Maslam Al-Arja (Female) (60)

53. Mariam Atiah Mohammed Al-Arja (11) (Female)

54. Hamid Shihab (37)

55. Ibrahim Khalil Qanan (24)

56. Mohammed Khalil Qanan (26)

57. Suleiman Al-Astal (55)

58. Hamdi Badie Sawali (33)

59. Mohammed Al-Akkad (24)

60. Ahmed Sawali (28)

61. Raed Shalat (37)

62. Asmaa Mahmoud Al-Hajj (Female) (unreported age)

63. Tarik Saad Al-Hajj (unreported age)

64. Saad Mahmoud Al-Hajj (unreported age)

65. Najlaa Mahmoud Al-Hajj (Female) (unreported age)

66. Fatima Al-Hajj (Female) (unreported age)

67. Omar Al-Hajj (unreported age)

68. Basima Abdel Fattah Al-Hajj (Female) (unreported age)

69. Ahmed Salim Al-Astal (unreported age)

70. Moussa Mohammed Al-Astal (unreported age)

71. Raed Al-Zawarea (33)

72. Mahmoud Lutfi Al-Hajj (58)

73. Bahaa Abu Al-Leil (35)

74. Salem Qandil (27)

75. Amer Al-Fayyoumi (30)

76. Abdallah Ramadan Abu Ghazal (4)

77. Mohammed Ehsan Farwane (18)

78. Islamel Hassan Abu Jamaa (19)

79. Mahmoud Talee Wallud (unreported age) 

80. Hazem Ibrahim Baaloushe (unreported age) (Killed in a civilian car North Gaza)

81. Alaa Abdel Nabi (unreported age) (Killed in a civilian car North Gaza)

82. Raed Mohammed Abu Shalt (37)

83. Hassan Abu Jamaa (19)

84. Yasmin Mohammed Al-Mutwak (4) (Female)

85. Mohammed Mounir Ashour (25)

86. Anas Rizk Abu Al-Qas (33)

87. Wissam Abdel Razek Hassan Ghannam (23)

88. Ghalia Deeb Jaber Ghanem (7) (Female)

89. Mahmoud Razek Hassan Ghannam (23)

90. Kifah Shahadeh Deeb Ghannam (20)

91. Nour Marwan Al-Najdi (10) (Female)

92. Abdellah Abu Mahrouk (Unreported age)

93. Sami Andan Shaldan (25)

94. Mohammed Kamal Al-Kahlout (Unreported age)

95. Ahmed Zaher Hamdan (22)

96. Bassam Abdel Rahman Khattab (6)

97. Jumaa Atiah Shallouf (Unreported age)

98. Noor Rafik Udai Al-Sultan (Unreported age)

99. Shahraman Ismaeil Abu Al-Qas (42) Killed in Al-Breij

100. Mazen Mustafa Aslan (63) 

101. Mohammed Rabih Abu Humeidan (65) 

102. Shahd Al-Qreinawi (7) 

103. Abdel Halim Abdel Moeti (54) 

104. Hussein Al-Mamlouk (47) 

105 Saber Sukkar (80) 

106. Nasser Mohammed Sammame (49) 

107. Rami Abu Musaed (23) Killed in Deir Al-Balah

108. Mohammed Al-Sumeiri (24) Killed in Deir Al-Balah

109. Husam Eddine Al-Razayne (39) Killed in Jabalia

110. Anas Youssef Qandil (17) Killed in Jabalia

111. Abdel Rahim Saleh Al-Khatib (38) Killed in Jabalia

112. Youssef Mohammed Qandil (33) Killed in Jabalia

113. Mohammed Idris Abu Sanena (20) Killed in Jabalia

114. Hala Weshahi (31) Killed in the disabled centre in Jabalia

115. Suha Abu Saada (38) Killed in the disabled centre in Jabalia

116. Ali Nabil Basal (32) Killed in Gaza

117. Mohammed Bassem Al-Halabi (28) Killed in Gaza

118. Mohammed Al-Suweiti (20) Killed in Gaza

119. Ibrahim Nabil Hamade (30) Killed in Gaza 

120. Hassan Ahmed Abu Ghoush (24) Killed in Gaza 

121. Ahmed Mazen Al-Balawi (26) Killed in Gaza

123. Azmi Mahmoud Taha Obeid (51) killed in shelling on Radwan street

124. Nidal Mohammed Ibrahim Abu Al-Malsh (22) killed in shelling on Radwan street

125. Suleiman Saeed Younis Obeid (56) killed in shelling on Radwan street

126. Ghassan Ahmed Al-Masri (25) killed in shelling on Radwan street

127. Mustafa Mohammed Taha Anabe (58) killed in shelling on Radwan street

128. Rifaat Yousef Amer (36) Killed in Gaza

129. Ghazi Mustafa Areef (62) killed in Gaza

130. Mohamed Idriss Abo Sowaylim (20) Killed in Jabalia

131. Fadi Yaqoub Sukar (25) Killed in Gaza

132. Qassim Jabr Adwan Ouda (16) Killed Khan Younis

133. Mohamed Ghazi Areef (35) Killed in Gaza

134. Khawala Mahmoud Al-Hawajeree (25) Killed in Al-Bareej

135. Ahmed Yousef Daloul (47) Killed in Gaza

136. Mahmoud Lutfi Al-Hajj 

137.Mohammad Ahmed Bassa (19) killed in Gaza

138.Mohannad Youusef Dhahir (23) killed in Rafah

139.Mahmoud Abdallah Charatha (53)

140. Shadi Mohammed Zaareb (21) killed in Rafah

141.Imad Bassan Zaareb (21) killed in Rafah

142. Nahedh Naim Al Batsh (12) killed in Rafah

143.Bahaa Majed Al Batsh (12) killed in Gaza

144. Kosai Issam Al Batsh (12) killed in Gaza

145. Aziza Youssef Al Batsh (57) killed in Gaza

146. Mohammed Issam Al Batsh (17) killed in Gaza

147. Ahmed Noman Al Batsh (27) killed in Gaza

148. Yahya alaa al batsh (18) killed in Gaza

149.Jalal Majed Al Batsh (26) killed in Gaza

150. Mahmoud Majed Al Batsh (22) killed in Gaza

151.Marwa Majed Al Batsh (25) killed in Gaza

152.Majed Sobhi Al Batsh killed in Gaza

153.Khaled Majed Al Batsh (20) killed in Gaza

154.Ibrahim Majed Al Batsh (18) killed in Gaza

155. Manar Majed Al Batsh (13) killed in Gaza

156.Amal Hassan Al Batsh (49) killed in Gaza

157.Anas Alaa Al Batsh (10) killed in Gaza

158. Kosai Alaa Al Batsh Killed in Gaza

159.Rami Abu Chanab (25) killed in Deil El Balah

160.Mohammed Ghazi Areef (35) killed in Gaza

161. Hejaziya Hamed AL Helw (80)

162.Fawzeya Abdelal (73) killed in Gaza

163.Hossam Ibrahim Al Najjar (14)

164.Moayad Al Araj (2) killed in Khan Younis

165. Layla Hassan Al Awdat (41)

166. Haitham Ashraf Al Zooreb (21)

167. Kacem Talal Hamdan (23) killed in Bayt hanoun

168. Maher Thabet Abu Mar Sharq (24) killed in Rafah

169. Mohamed Salem Abu Briss (65) killed in Deir Al-Balah

170. Saddam Musa Maamar (23) killed in Khan Younis

171. Musa Shahda (60) killed in Khan Younis

172. Hanadi Hamdi Muammar (27) killed in Khan Younis

173. Adham Mohamed Abdel Fattah Abdel Aal (25) killed in Gaza

174. Hamid Sleiman Abu al-Arraj (60) killed in Deir Al-Balah

175. Abdallah Mahmoud Baraka (24) killed in Khan Younis

176. Tamer Salem Qadih (37) killed in Khan Younis

177. Ziad Maher Ennajar (17) killed in Khan Younis

178. Ziad Salem Ashawi (25) killed in Rafah

179. Mohamed Yassir Hamdan (24) killed in Gaza 

180. Mohamed Shakib al-Agha (22) killed in Khan Younis

181. Mohamed Younis (25) killed in Khan Younis

182. Sara Omar Sheikh al-Eid (4) killed in Rafah

183. Omar Ahmed Sheikh al-Eid (24) killed in Rafah

184. Jihad Ahmed Sheikh al-Eid (48) killed in Rafah

185. Kamal Atef Youssef Abu Taha (16) killed in Khan Younis

186. Ismaeel Nabil Ahmed Abu Hatab (21) killed in Khan Younis

187. Ahmed Younis Abu Youssef (28) killed in Khan Younis

188. Bochra Khalil Zaarab (53) killed in Rafah

189. Atwa Umeir Al-Ammour (63) killed in Khan Younis

190. Ismael Salim Al-Najjar (46) killed in Khan Younis

191. Mohammed Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Najjar (49) killed in Khan Younis

192. Suleiman Abu Louli (33) killed in Khan Younis

193. Subhi Abdel Hamid Musa (77) killed in Khan Younis

194. Ismail Fattouh Ismail Fattouh (24) killed in Gaza

195. Saleh Saed Dahleez (20) killed In Rafah

196. Yasser Abd al-Mahmoum (18) killed in Rafah

The Warning of Iblis (The Devil)

 ‘Abdu’l-Rahiman Ibn Ziyad Ibn An’um said: 

‘While [Prophet] Musa (‘alaihis-salaam) was in a gathering Iblis came wearing a hooded cape that changed in colors. When the devil came nearer he took off the cape and set it down and came to Musa saying: ‘Peace be upon you. Musa replied: ‘Who are you?’ He said: ‘I am Iblis. ‘ Musa responded: ‘No greetings from Allah to you, what brought you here?’ The devil said: ‘I came to greet you because of your high godly status.’ Musa said: ‘What have I seen you wearing?’ Iblis replied: ‘I use it (the cape) to capture the hearts of the sons of Adam.’ Musa asked: ‘What is it that if a human does will enable you to take him over?’ He replied: ‘If he becomes fond of himself, and considered his (good) deeds plentiful .’ I warn you from three things: 

  • First, never be alone with a woman that is not lawful to you, because, whenever someone does so, I personally accompany him and use her to seduce him.
  • Second, never promise Allah something except that you fulfill your promise. Whenever someone promises Allah something I personally accompany him to prevent him from fulfilling his promise.
  • (Third) And never take an amount of money to give charity except that you make sure you give it to that charity. Whenever someone takes an amount of money to give to charity, I personally accompany him to persuade him not to give it. 

Then Iblis walked away saying: ‘Woe to me, thrice, I have taught [Prophet] Musa from what to warn the sons of Adam.’ 

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[Ibn AbI al-Dunya in Maka’d al-Shaytaan, 1 1 /47] Posted from the Book – The Devil’s Deceptions (Talbis Iblis): By Imam Abu’l Faraj Ibn Al Jawzi, Dar as-sunnah Publishers. Page 75

Gaza under siege: naming the dead

Palestinian death toll continues to rise since Israel launched its “Operation Protective Edge”.

Ashraf al-Qedra, a spokesman for the Gaza health ministry, is providing Al Jazeera with a list the names of those killed since the start of Israel’s campaign on Monday, July 7. Casualties on the Israeli side are also listed below. The list is updated regularly.

1. Mohammed Shaaban, 24, killed in Gaza.

2. Amjad Shaaban, 30, killed in Gaza.

3. Khader al-Bashiliki, 45, killed in Gaza.

4. Rashad Yassin, 27, killed in the Nusseirat refugee camp.

5. Mohammed Ayman Ashour, 15, killed in Khan Younis.

6. Riad Mohammed Kawareh, 50, killed in Khan Younis.

7. Bakr Mohammed Judeh, 22, killed in Khan Younis.

8. Ammar Mohammed Judeh, 26, killed in Khan Younis.

9. Hussein Yousef Kawareh, 13, killed in Khan Younis.

10. Mohammed Ibrahim kawareh, 50, killed in Khan Younis.

11. Mohammed Aahed Habib, 22, killed in Gaza.

12. Ahmed Moussa Habib, 16,  killed in Gaza.

13. Saqr Ayesh al-Ajuli, 22, killed in Jabalia.

14. Ahmed Nael Mahdi, 16, killed in Gaza.

15. Basil Salem Kawareh, 10, killed in Khan Younis.

16. Hafez Mohammed Hamad, 30, Islamic Jihad commander, killed in Beit Hanoun.

17. Ibrahim Mohammed Hamad, 26 killed in Beit Hanoun.

18. Mahdi Mohammed Hamad, 46 killed in Beit Hanoun.

19. Fawziya Khalil Hamad, 62, killed in Beit Hanoun.

20. Dunya Mahdi Hamad, 16, killed in Beit Hanoun.

21. Suha Hamad, 25,  killed in Beit Hanoun.

22. Suleiman Salman Abu Sowaween, 22, killed in Deir al-Balah.

23. Siraj Ayad Abdelal, 8, killed in Khan Younis.

24. Abdel Hadi Jumaa al-Sufi, 24.

25. Rashid al-Kafarneh, 30, killed in Beit Hanoun.

26. Nayfeh Farajallah, 80,

27. Abdel Nasser Abu Kweik, 60, killed in Beit Hanoun.

28. Khaled Abu Kweik, 31, killed in Beit Hanoun.

29. Mohammed Arif, 13, killed in Gaza.

30. Mohammed Malake, 1½, killed in Gaza.

31. Hanaa Malake, 27, killed in Gaza.

32. Hatem Abu Salem, unreported age

33. Mohammed Khaled al-Nimre, 22, killed in Gaza.

34. Sahar Hamdan al-Masri, 40, killed in Beit Hanoun.

35. Mohammed Ibrahim al-Masri, 14, killed in Beit Hanoun.

36. Mohammed Khalaf al-Nawasra, 4, killed in al-Maghazi.

37. Nidal Khalaf al-Nawasra, 5, killed in al-Maghazi.

38. Aicha Najm, 20, killed in al-Maghazi.

39. Salah Awad al-Nawasra, 6, killed in al-Maghazi.

40. Mahmoud Nahed al-Nawasra, unreported age.

41. Amal Yousef Abdel Ghafour, 27, killed in Khan Younis.

42. Raneem Judeh Abdel Ghafour, 1½, killed in Khan Younis.

43. Ibrahim Daoud al-Balaawi, 24, killed in Rafah.

44. Abdel Rahman Jamal al-Zamli, 22, killed in Rafah.

45. Ibrahim Ahmed Abdeen, 42, killed in Rafah.

46. Mustafa Abu Murr, 20, killed in Rafah.

47. Khaled Abu Murr, 23, killed in Rafah.

48. Mazen Faraj al-Jarba, 30, killed in Deir al-Balah.

49. Marwan Isleem, 27, killed in Deir al-Balah.

50. Hani Saleh Hamad, 57, killed in Beit Hanoun.

51. Ibrahim Hamad, 20, killed in Beit Hanoun.

52. Salima Hassan Maslam al-Arja, 60.

53. Mariam Atiah Mohammed al-Arja, 11.

54. Hamid Shihab, 37, killed in Gaza.

55. Ibrahim Khalil Qanan, 24, killed in Khan Younis.

56. Mohammed Khalil Qanan, 26, killed in Khan Younis.

57. Suleiman al-Astal, 55, killed in Khan Younis.

58. Hamdi Badie Sawali, 33, killed in Khan Younis.

59. Mohammed al-Akkad, 24, killed in Khan Younis.

60. Ahmed Sawali, 28, killed in Khan Younis.

61. Raed Shalat, 37.

62. Mahmoud Lutfi al-Hajj, 58, killed in Khan Younis.

63. Asmaa Mahmoud al-Hajj, 22, killed in Khan Younis.

64. Tarik Saad al-Hajj, 18, killed in Khan Younis.

65. Saad Mahmoud al-Hajj, 17, killed in Khan Younis.

66. Najlaa Mahmoud al-Hajj, 29, killed in Khan Younis.

67. Fatima al-Hajj, 12, killed in Khan Younis.

68. Omar al-Hajj, 20, killed in Khan Younis.

69. Basima Abdel Fattah al-Hajj, 57, killed in Khan Younis.

70. Ahmed Salim al-Astal, 24, killed in Khan Younis.

71. Moussa Mohammed al-Astal, 50, killed in Khan Younis.

72. Raed al-Zawarea, 33, killed in Khan Younis.

73. Bahaa Abu al-Leil, 35, Islamic Jihad member, killed in Gaza.

74.Salem Qandil, 27, Islamic Jihad member, killed in Gaza.

75. Amer al-Fayyoumi, 30, Islamic Jihad member, killed in Gaza.

76. Abdallah Ramadan Abu Ghazal, 5, killed in Beit Hanoun.

77. Islamel Hassan Abu Jamaa, 19, killed in Khan Younis.

78. Mohammed Ehsan Farwane, 18, killed in Khan Younis.

79. Mahmoud Talee Wallud, 26, Islamic Jihad member, killed in Jabalia.

80. Hazem Ibrahim Baaloushe, 30, Islamic Jihad member, killed in a civilian car in Jabalia.

81. Udai Rafik al-Sultan, 27, killed in Jabalia.

82. Hassan Awda Abu Jamaa, 75, killed in Khan Younis.

83. Yasmin Mohammed al-Mutwak, 4, killed in Beit Hanoun.

84. Ahmed Zaher Hamdan, 24, killed in Beit Hanoun.

85. Mohammed Kamal al-Kahlout, 25, killed in Jabalia.

86. Sami Andan Shaldan, 25, killed in Gaza.

87. Jumaa Atiah Shallouf, 25, killed in Rafah.

88. Bassam Abdel Rahman Khattab, 6, killed in Deir al-Balah.   

89. Abdellah Mustafa Abu Mahrouk, 22, killed in Deir al-Balah.

90. Anas Rizk Abu al-Qas, 33 killed in Gaza.

91. Nour Marwan al-Najdi, 10, killed in Rafah.

92. Mohammed Mounir Ashour, 26, killed in Rafah.

93. Ghalia Deeb Jaber Ghanem, 57, killed in Rafah.

94. Wissam Abdel Razek Hassan Ghannam, 31, killed in Rafah.

95. Mahmoud Razek Hassan Ghannam, 28, Islamic Jihad member, killed in Rafah.

96. Kifah Shahadeh Deeb Ghannam, 33, killed in Rafah.

97. Raed Hani Abu Hani, 31, killed in Rafah.

98. Shahraman Ismaeil Abu al-Qas, 42, killed in Al-Breij.

99. Mazen Mustafa Aslan, 63, killed in Al-Breij.

100. Mohammed Rabih Abu Humeidan, 65, killed in northern Gaza.

101. Shahd al-Qreinawi, 7, killed in Al-Breij.

102. Abdel Halim Abdel Moeti, 54.

103. Hussein al-Mamlouk, 47, killed in Gaza.

104. Saber Sukkar, 80, killed in Gaza.

105. Nasser Mohammed Sammame, 49, killed in Gaza.

106. Rami Abu Musaed, 23, killed in Deir al-Balah.

107. Mohammed al-Sumeiri, 24, killed in Deir al-Balah.

108. Husam Eddine al-Razayne, 39, killed in Jabalia.

109. Anas Youssef Qandil, 17, killed in Jabalia.

110. Abdel Rahim Saleh al-Khatib, 38, killed in Jabalia.

111. Youssef Mohammed Qandil, 33, killed in Jabalia.

112. Mohammed Idris Abu Sanena, 20, killed in Jabalia.

113. Hala Weshahi, 31, killed in the disabled centre in Jabalia.

114. Suha Abu Saada, 38, killed in the disabled centre in Jabalia.

115. Ali Nabil Basal, 32, killed in Gaza.

116. Mohammed Bassem al-Halabi, 28, killed in Gaza.

117. Mohammed al-Suweiti, 20, killed in Gaza.

118. Ibrahim Nabil Hamade, 30, killed in Gaza.

119. Hassan Ahmed Abu Ghoush, 24, killed in Gaza.

120. Ahmed Mazen al-Balawi, 26, killed in Gaza.

121. Rateb Sobhi Youssuf al-Saifi, 22, killed in Al-Zaitoun.

122. Azmi Mahmoud Taha Obeid, 51, killed in shelling on Radwan street.

123. Nidal Mohammed Ibrahim Abu al-Malsh, 22, killed in shelling on Radwan street.

124. Suleiman Saeed Younis Obeid, 56, killed in shelling on Radwan street.

125. Ghassan Ahmed al-Masri, 25, killed in shelling on Radwan street.

126. Mustafa Mohammed Taha Anabe, 58, killed in shelling on Radwan street.

127. Rifaat Yousef Amer, 36, killed in Gaza.

128. Mohamed Idriss Abo Sowaylim, 20, killed in Jabalia.

129. Fadi Yaqoub Sukar, 25, killed in Gaza.

130. Qassim Jabr Adwan Ouda, 16, killed Khan Younis.

131. Mohammad Ahmed Bassal, 19, killed in Gaza.

132. Muhannad Yousuf Daheir, 23, killed in Rafah.

133. Mahmoud Abdallah Sharahta al-Shammal, 53.

134. Shadi Mohammed Zaareb, 21, killed in Rafah.

135. Imad Bassam Zaareb, 21, killed in Rafah.

136. Nahed Naeem al-Batesh, 41, killed in Gaza.

137. Bahaa Majed al-Batesh, 28, killed in Gaza.

138. Qusai Issam al-Batesh, 12, killed in Gaza.    

139. Aziza Yousuf al-Batesh, 59, killed in Gaza.

140. Mohammed Issam al-Batesh, 17, killed in Gaza.

141. Ahmed Naaman al-Batesh, 27, killed in Gaza.

142. Yahia Alaa al-Batesh, 18, killed in Gaza.

143. Jalal Majed al-Batesh, 26, killed in Gaza.

144. Mahmoud Majed al-Batesh, 22, killed in Gaza.

145. Marwa Majed al-Batesh, 25, killed in Gaza.

146. Majid Sobhi al-Batesh, unkown age, killed in Gaza.

147. Khaled Majed al-Batesh, 20, killed in Gaza.

148. Ibrahim Majed al-Batesh, 18, killed in Gaza.

149. Manar Majed al-Batesh, 13, killed in Gaza.

150. Amal Hassan al-Batesh, 49, killed in Gaza.

151. Anas Alaa al-Batesh, 10, killed in Gaza.

152. Qusai Alaa al-Batesh, unknown age, killed in Gaza.

153. Rami Abu Shanab, 25, killed in Deir al-Balah.

154. Khawla al-Hawajri, 25, killed in Nuseirat.

155. Mohammed Ghazi Arif, 35, killed in Gaza.

156. Ghazi Mustafa Arif, 62, killed in Gaza.

157. Ahmed Yousef Dalloul, 47, killed in Gaza.

158. Hijazia Hamed al-Hilou, 80, killed in Gaza.

159. Muayed al-Aaraj, 3, killed in Khan Younis.

160. Fawziya Abdelal, 73, killed in Gaza.

161. Haitham Ashraf Zaareb, 21, killed in Rafah.

162. Laila Hassan al-Awdat al-Maghazi, 41.

163. Hussam Ibrahim al-Najjar, 14.

164. Ruwaida Abu Harb, 30.

165. Izzedine Bulbul, 25, killed in Gaza.

166. Hussein Abdel Qader Muheisen, 19, killed in Gaza.

167. Qassem Talal Hamdan, 23, killed in Beit Hanoun.

168. Maher Thabet Abu Mur, 24, killed in East Rafah.

169. Mohammed Salem Abu Breis, 65, killed in east Deir al-Balah.

170. Saddam Mousa Moammar, 23, killed in east Deir al-Balah.

171. Moussa Shahda Moammar, 60, killed in east Deir al-Balah.

172. Hanadi Hamdi Moammar, 27, killed in east Deir al-Balah.

173. Adham Mohammed Abdel-Fatah Abdelal, 25, killed in Gaza.

174. Hamid Suleiman Abu al-Araj, 60, killed in Deir al-Balah.

175. Abdallah Mahmoud Baraka, 24, killed in Khan Younis.

176. Tamer Salam Qudeih, 37, killed in Khan Younis.

177. Ziad Maher al-Najjar, 17, killed in Khan Younis.

178. Ziad Salem al-Shawi, 25, killed in Rafah.

179. Mohammed Yassir Hamdan, 24, killed in Gaza.

180. Mohammed Shakib al-Agha, 22, killed in Khan Younis.

181. Mohammed Younis. Abu Youssef, 25, killed in Khan Younis.

182. Sara Omar Sheikh al-Eid, 4, killed in Rafah.

183. Omar Ahmed Sheikh al-Eid, 24, killed in Rafah.

184. Jihad Ahmed Sheikh al-Eid, 48, killed in Rafah.

185.  Kamal Atef Yousuf Abu Taha, 16, killed in Khan Younis.

186. Ismael Nabil Ahmed Abu Hatab, 21, killed in Khan Younis.

187. Ahmed Younis. Abu Youssef, 28, killed in Khan Younis.

188. Bushra Khalil Zaareb, 53, killed in East Rafah.

189. Atwa Umeir al-Ammour, 58, killed in east Khan Younis.

190. Ismael Salim al-Najjar, 46, killed in Khan Younis.

191. Mohammed Ahmed Ibrahim al-Najjar, 49, killed in Khan Younis.

192. Suleiman Abu Louli, 33, killed in Khan Younis.

193. Sobhi Abdel Hamid Mousa, 77, killed in Khan Younis.

194. Ismael Fattouh, 24, killed in Gaza.

195. Saleh Saeed Dahleez, 20, killed in Rafah.

196. Yassir Eid al-Mahmoum, 18, killed in Rafah.

197. Khalil al-Ashafi, 66, killed in Hajar al-Deek.

198. Mohammed Abdallah al-Rahuk, 23, killed in Rafah.

199. Mohammed Ismael Abu Ouda, 27, killed in Rafah.

200. Mohammed Sabri al-Debari, 20, killed in Rafah.

201. Abdallah Mohammed Abdallah al-Arjani, 19, killed in Khan Younis.

202. Ahmed Adil Ahmed al-Nawajha, 23, killed in Rafah.

203. Mohammed Tayseer Sharab, 23, killed in Khan Younis.

204. Farid Mahmoud Abu Daqqa, 33, killed in Khan Younis.

205. Ashraf Khalil Abu Shana, 33, killed in Rafah.

206. Khodra Salameh Abu Dakka, 24, killed in Khan Younis

207. Omar Ramadan Hassan Abu Dakka, 24, killed in Khan Younis.

208. Ibrahim Ramadan, 10, killed in Khan Younis.

209. Ahed Bakr, 10, Gaza beach

210. Zakaria Bakr, 10, Gaza beach

211. Mohammed Bakr, 11, Gaza beach

212. Ismail Bakr, 9, Gaza beach

213. Abdel Rahman Khalil al-Sarhi, 37, killed in Gaza

214. Hamza Raed Thari, 6, killed Jabalia.

215. Akram Mohamed Abo Amer, 34, Killed in Khan Younis.

216. Kamal Mohamed Mohamed Abo Amer, 38, killed in Khan Younis.

217. Hussein Abdel Latif Al Astal, 23, killed in Kahn Younis.

218. Roqayyah Al Astal, 70, killed in Khan Younis.

219, Yasmin Al Astal, 4, killed in Khan Younis.

220. Osama Mahmoud Al Astal, 6, killed in Khan Younis.

221. Hussam Jamal Shamloukh, 23, killed in Sheikh Ajleen in Gaza.

222. Mohamed Kamel Abdel Rahman, 30, killed in Gaza.

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How do you think of Allah?

The Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said, “Allah the Most High said, ‘I am as My servant thinks (expects) I am. I am with him when he mentions Me. If he mentions Me to himself, I mention him to Myself; and if he mentions Me in an assembly, I mention him in an assembly greater than it. If he draws near to Me a hand’s length, I draw near to him an arm’s length. And if he comes to Me walking, I go to him at speed.’”

[Sahih Al-Bukhari]

The Scholars (may Allah have mercy upon them) commented on the above Hadith Qudsi, where the Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said that Allah said, “I am as my slave expects Me to be”:

Ibn Hajar (may Allah have Mercy upon him) said: “meaning, I am able to do whatever he expects I will do.” [Fath al-Bari]

Imam Nawawi (may Allah have Mercy upon him) said: “The scholars say that expecting the best of Allah is to expect that He will have Mercy on him and relieve him of hardship.” [Sharh Sahih Muslim]

Imam Nawawi (may Allah have Mercy upon him) also said: “al-Qadi ‘Iyad said that this means He will forgive him if he seeks such, will accept his repentance if he repents, will answer him if he supplicates, and will suffice him if he asks for something. It is also said that it refers to having hope and longing for relief, and this is more correct.” [Sharh Sahih Muslim]

Ahmad bin ‘Umar al-Qurtubi (may Allah have Mercy upon him) said: “It is said that His Saying “I am as my slave expects Me to be” means if one expects an answer when he supplicates, his repentance to be accepted, something repugnant to be repelled from him, his deeds to be accepted that are performed with their proper conditions…And this is supported by his saying: “Call upon Allah while you are certain that you will be answered.” Likewise, it is incumbent upon the one who repents, seeks Forgiveness, and does good deeds to exert himself in fulfilling his obligations while he is certain that Allah will accept his actions and Forgive his sins, as Allah has promised that He will accept any truthful repentance and righteous deeds. So, whoever performs such a deed and believes and expects that Allah will not accept it and that it will not benefit him, this is despair from the Mercy of Allah, and is from greatest of the major sins. Whoever dies upon this will be delivered to that which he expected.” [Al-Mufhim li ma Ushkil min Talkhis Kitab Muslim]

Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allah have Mercy upon him) said: “Most people – in fact, all of them except those protected by Allah – assume other than the truth, and assume the worst. Most people believe that they are deprived of their rights, have bad luck, deserve more than what Allah gave them, and it is as if they are saying: ‘My Lord has wronged me and deprived me of what I deserve,’ and his soul bears witness to this while his tongue denies it and refuses to openly state this. And whoever digs into his soul and comes to know its ins and outs will see this in it like fire in a triggered explosion…And if you dig into anyone’s soul, you will see that he blames fate and would rather have something else happen to him than what actually did, and that things should be this way or that…So, dig into your own self: are you protected from this? If you are safe from this, you have been protected from something great. Otherwise, I do not see that you have been saved.” [Zad al-Ma’ad]

Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allah have Mercy upon him) also said: “The more you have good expectations of your Lord and hope in Him, the more you will rely on and trust in Him. This is why some explained true reliance and trust to be having good expectations of Allah. In reality, having good expectations of Him leads to relying on and trusting in Him, as it is unthinkable that one can trust in someone that he has bad expectations of or no hope in, and Allah Knows best.” [Tahdhib Madarij as-Salikin]

He (may Allah have Mercy upon him) also said: “The one who hopes in Allah should always be optimistic, cautious, and hopeful in Allah’s bounty, expecting the best from Him.” [Tahdhib Madarij as-Salikin]

Sayyid Qutb (may Allah have Mercy upon him) said: “As for the believers whose hearts are connected to Allah, whose souls are close to Him, who experience His constant bounty – they do not despair of the Mercy of Allah even if they are surrounded on all sides by disaster and severe hardship. The believer is in the mercy of the shade of his faith, the pleasure of his connection to his Lord, and the tranquillity of his confidence in his Guardian even when he is in the throes of hardship and disaster.”

He (may Allah have Mercy upon him) also said: “The believing heart assumes the best of its Lord, and always expects the best from Him. It expects good from Him in times of ease and times of hardship, and it believes that Allah wants good for him in either situation. The secret of this is that his heart is connected to Allah, and the flow of good from Allah is never cut off. So, whenever the heart is connected to Him, it touches upon this fundamental reality and experiences it in a direct and sweet way.” [Fi Dhilal al-Qur’an]

Some of the Salaf (may Allah have mercy upon him) said: “Whenever a crisis comes your way, utilise your good expectations of Allah in order to repel it. This will bring you closer to relief.” [al-Faraj Ba’d ash-Shiddah]

Sa’id bin Jubayr (may Allah have Mercy upon him) would supplicate: “O Allah, I ask you to grant me true reliance on You and good expectations of You.” [Siyar A’lam an-Nubala]

‘Abdullah bin Mas’ud (radi Allahu anhu) said: “By the One besides Who none is worthy of worship, the believer is not given anything good better than his good expectations of Allah, and by the One besides Who none is worthy of worship, no servant of Allah expects good of Him except that Allah gives him what he expected, since all good is in His Hand.” [Husn adh-Dhann bi Allah]

Sufyan ath-Thawri (may Allah have Mercy upon him) would say: “I do not want to be judged by my father, as my Lord is better to me than my father.” [Husn adh-Dhann bi Allah]

‘Ammar bin Yusuf (may Allah have Mercy on him) said: “I saw Hasan bin Salih in a dream, and I said: “I was hoping to meet you! What can you inform us of?” He replied: “I give you the glad tidings that I see nothing better than to have good expectations of Allah.” [Husn adh-Dhann bi Allah]

Shia say, is representing the essence of Islam. If you mean the philosophy of waiting for Imam Mahdi (ajf), the Shiites of the most dynamic and revolutionary program is a practical reflection. For instance, The Messenger of Allah (s) is reported to have said: “My twelfth descendant will disappear in such a way that he will not be seen at all. There will come a time when there shall remain nothing but a name from Islam! And, there shall remain nothing but a trace from the Qur'an! At that time God will permit him to revolt and through him God will reinforce Islam and revive it.

Grand Ayatollah Lotfollah Saafi Golpayegani ~ Muntakhab al-Asar ~ Page: 98

CONVERSATION BETWEEN IBLIS AND MUSA ALAYHISALAAM

Abdu'l-Rahman Ibn Ziyad Ibn An'um said: ‘While [Prophet]
Musa (alayhi salaam)was in a gathering Iblis came wearing a
hooded cape that changed in colors.

When the devil came nearer he took off the cape and set it down and came to Musa saying: 'Peace be upon you. Musa replied: 'Who are you?’ He said: 'I am Iblis. ’ Musa responded: 'No greetings from Allah to you, what brought you here?’ The devil said: 'I came to greet you because of your high godly status.’ Musa said: 'What have I seen you wearing?’ Iblis replied: 'I use it (the cape) to capture the hearts of the sons of Adam.’

Musa asked: 'What is it that if a human does will enable you to take him over?’ He replied: 'If he becomes fond of himself, and considered his (good) deeds plentiful.’ I warn you from three things:

First,never be alone with a woman that is not lawful to you. Because whenever someone does so, I personally accompany
him and use her to seduce him.

Second, never promise Allah something except that you fulfill your promise. Whenever someone promises Allah something I personally accompany him to prevent him from fulfilling his promise.

And never take an amount of money to give charity except that you make sure you give it to that charity. Whenever someone takes an amount of money to give to charity, I personally accompany him to persuade him not to give it.

Then Iblis walked away saying: 'Woe to me, thrice, I have taught [Prophet] Musa from what to warn the sons of Adam.

[Ibn AbI al-Dunya in Maka’d al-Shaytaan, 11/47, Talbis Iblis (The Devil’s Deception),Abu’l-Faraj ibn al-JawzI (d. 597 AH), pg 75]

“In the Last Days and the days of calamity and ignorance of the people, God will appoint a person and will support him and protect his followers through angels. He will help him through miraculous signs and will give him victory over all the people of the world, so that whether they like it or not they will convert to the true religion. He will fill the earth with justice and equity, and brilliance and rationality. The distances between places will shrink for him in such a way that no unbeliever will remain except that [the appointed one] will bring [to him] faith, and no sinful person will remain except that he will become pious.”

Imam Ali (a.s) ~ Ithbat al-Hudat ~ Volume: 7, Page: 49

On the occasion of wiladat of Imam Mohammad ibn Hassan al- Mahdi ajt, 1180 candles; representing the age of our Savior, are lit up between the Haramain in Karbala..

May Allah hasten His reappearance to support and ease the crisis on our people in Iraq.. Please, remember to recite dua al faraj on these holy nights..

اللهم كن لوليك الحجة بن الحسن ،صلواتك عليه وعلى آبائه في هذه الساعة وفي كل ساعة ،ولياً و حافظاً و قائداً و ناصراً ,ودليلاً و عيناً حتى تسكنه أرضك طوعاً و تمتعه فيها طويلاً، برحمتك يا أرحم الراحمين.

١١٨٠ شمعة بعدد سنين عمرُ صاحب العصر والزمان (عج) توضع بين الحرمين في كربلاء..