O Allah!
Send Your peace and prayers upon him
And upon his companions and kin
By the number of every living species and things
By the numbers of fish gliding smoothly with their fins
By the number of birds that flock the sky
And the swarming insects in regions wet and dry
From the day You made this life
To the end when we arise
Every day a thousand times!

‪#‎MarhabaYaMustafa‬ ‪#‎YaRasulAllah‬ ‪#‎Salawat‬ ‪#‎Durood‬

O Allah!
Send Your peace and prayers upon him
And upon his companions and kin
By the number of every living species and things
By the numbers of fish gliding smoothly with their fins
By the number of birds that flock the sky
And the swarming insects in regions wet and dry
From the day You made this life
To the end when we arise
Every day a thousand times!

‪#‎MarhabaYaMustafa‬ ‪#‎YaRasulAllah‬ ‪#‎Salawat‬ ‪#‎Durood‬

Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Eid al Fitr, In sha Allah… 

May Allah (SWT) accept our good deeds, forgive us for our sins and ease the suffering of our beloved brothers and sisters in the whole world. Let’s not forget to include in our Duaa’s our  oppressed brothers and sisters especially in Palestine, Iraq and Syria. The Ummah needs us today more than ever in our duaa’s.

Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Eid al Fitr, In sha Allah…

May Allah (SWT) accept our good deeds, forgive us for our sins and ease the suffering of our beloved brothers and sisters in the whole world. Let’s not forget to include in our Duaa’s our oppressed brothers and sisters especially in Palestine, Iraq and Syria. The Ummah needs us today more than ever in our duaa’s.

Shawaal moon sighted in Saudi Arabia this evening, so we shall be celebrating EID UL FITR tomorrow, In sha Allah.

😊 Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Eid al Fitr, In sha Allah… May Allah (SWT) accept our good deeds, forgive us for our sins and ease the suffering of our beloved brothers and sisters in the whole world. Let’s not forget to include in our Duaa’s our  oppressed brothers and sisters especially in Palestine, Iraq and Syria. The Ummah needs us today more than ever in our duaa’s.

Shawaal moon sighted in Saudi Arabia this evening, so we shall be celebrating EID UL FITR tomorrow, In sha Allah.

😊 Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Eid al Fitr, In sha Allah… May Allah (SWT) accept our good deeds, forgive us for our sins and ease the suffering of our beloved brothers and sisters in the whole world. Let’s not forget to include in our Duaa’s our oppressed brothers and sisters especially in Palestine, Iraq and Syria. The Ummah needs us today more than ever in our duaa’s.

When the Quraysh pagans came to the mouth of the cave, Abu Bakr al Siddiq (RadiAllahu Anhu) began to get nervous and said to the Messenger of Allahﷺ:

‘If I am killed, it is of no consequence for I am but one man. But if anything happens to you then this whole community will be ruined’

The Prophetﷺ was standing in prayer while Abu Bakr (RadiAllahu Anhu) was on guard. Abu Bakr (RadiAllahu Anhu) said:

‘The Meccans are looking for you. By Allah I am not worried for myself. But I am afraid that they will harm you’.

The Blessed Prophetﷺ then said to his friend in the cave:

“O Abu Bakr! Do not worry. Allah is most certainly with us” 

(Ibn Kathir, al-Bidaya, III, 223-4; Diyarbekri, Tarihu’ al-hamis, Beirut ts., I, 328-0).

When the Quraysh pagans came to the mouth of the cave, Abu Bakr al Siddiq (RadiAllahu Anhu) began to get nervous and said to the Messenger of Allahﷺ:

‘If I am killed, it is of no consequence for I am but one man. But if anything happens to you then this whole community will be ruined’

The Prophetﷺ was standing in prayer while Abu Bakr (RadiAllahu Anhu) was on guard. Abu Bakr (RadiAllahu Anhu) said:

‘The Meccans are looking for you. By Allah I am not worried for myself. But I am afraid that they will harm you’.

The Blessed Prophetﷺ then said to his friend in the cave:

“O Abu Bakr! Do not worry. Allah is most certainly with us” 

(Ibn Kathir, al-Bidaya, III, 223-4; Diyarbekri, Tarihu’ al-hamis, Beirut ts., I, 328-0).

Narrated by Sayyidina Ya’la radi Allahu anhu : (in a lengthy narration)We were with RasoolAllahﷺ and we stopped at a spot. RasoolAllahﷺ rested at a certain place. A tree cut through the soil and moved itself in front of RasoolAllahﷺ and shaded him. After some time it went back to it’s original place.When RasoolAllahﷺ woke up, I told him about this incident.RasoolAllahﷺ, “The tree sought permission from it’s Lord to greet His Messenger and it was given the permission to do so.”Musnad Ahmad 4/170,173Dalaail An Nubuwah : Abu Nu’aym 1/158, #184Majmua Az-Zawaaid : Imaam Haytami 9/5Taareekh Damishq : Ibn Asakir 4/368____________________________RasoolAllahﷺ was sleeping yet heﷺ knew what had happened. 
Subhan Allah

Narrated by Sayyidina Ya’la radi Allahu anhu : (in a lengthy narration)

We were with RasoolAllahﷺ and we stopped at a spot. RasoolAllahﷺ rested at a certain place. A tree cut through the soil and moved itself in front of RasoolAllahﷺ and shaded him. After some time it went back to it’s original place.

When RasoolAllahﷺ woke up, I told him about this incident.

RasoolAllahﷺ, “The tree sought permission from it’s Lord to greet His Messenger and it was given the permission to do so.”

Musnad Ahmad 4/170,173
Dalaail An Nubuwah : Abu Nu’aym 1/158, #184
Majmua Az-Zawaaid : Imaam Haytami 9/5
Taareekh Damishq : Ibn Asakir 4/368
____________________________

RasoolAllahﷺ was sleeping yet he
 knew what had happened. 

Subhan Allah

ahlulbaytsahaba
ahlulbaytsahaba:

Possessor of Two Lights (Dhûn-Nurayn)
Hadrat `Uthman (radiAllahu anhu) was shattered when his wife Rukayya (radiAllahu anha), the noble daughter of the Prophetﷺ, died. When the Prophet ﷺ asked him about the intensity of his grief, he said, “O Prophet! No one has lost as much as I have. Not only must I say farewell to my beloved wife, but the bond of kinship between you and me no longer exists.” When his relatives suggested to him that he might marry again, he declared, “I cannot take anyone else after the Prophet as my father-in-law. I cannot marry anyone after his daughter!”

The Prophetﷺ was touched by this outburst of love and commitment. When some time had passed, he arranged for `Uthman (radiAllahu anhu) to marry another of his daughters, Umm Kulthûm (radiAllahu anha). Umm Kulthûm (radiAllahu anha) also died during `Uthman’s lifetime. The Prophetﷺ told him, “If I had a third unmarried daughter, I would marry her to you as well.” Such were his words of special love for `Uthman (radiAllahu anhu).

ahlulbaytsahaba:

Possessor of Two Lights (Dhûn-Nurayn)

Hadrat `Uthman (radiAllahu anhu) was shattered when his wife Rukayya (radiAllahu anha), the noble daughter of the Prophetﷺ, died. When the Prophet ﷺ asked him about the intensity of his grief, he said, “O Prophet! No one has lost as much as I have. Not only must I say farewell to my beloved wife, but the bond of kinship between you and me no longer exists.” When his relatives suggested to him that he might marry again, he declared, “I cannot take anyone else after the Prophet as my father-in-law. I cannot marry anyone after his daughter!”

The Prophetﷺ was touched by this outburst of love and commitment. When some time had passed, he arranged for `Uthman (radiAllahu anhu) to marry another of his daughters, Umm Kulthûm (radiAllahu anha). Umm Kulthûm (radiAllahu anha) also died during `Uthman’s lifetime. The Prophetﷺ told him, “If I had a third unmarried daughter, I would marry her to you as well.” Such were his words of special love for `Uthman (radiAllahu anhu).

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atsoukalidis:

The 99 names of God, illustrated manuscript of Anami Sharif by Al-Fakir al-Hajj Muhammad Rajai, Turkey 1841, paper watercolor and gold leaf and two rosaries with 99 beads made of wood. The book is open on the pages that lists some of the 99 names of God which appear scattered in the Quran. During prayer and meditation, the rhythmic recitation of the names is conducted with the help of the beads of rosary. From the collection at the exhibition of Chronis Pechlivanidis: “A journey into the world of Sufism” http://www.benaki.gr/index.asp?lang=en&id=202010001&sid=1476

atsoukalidis:

The 99 names of God, illustrated manuscript of Anami Sharif by Al-Fakir al-Hajj Muhammad Rajai, Turkey 1841, paper watercolor and gold leaf and two rosaries with 99 beads made of wood. The book is open on the pages that lists some of the 99 names of God which appear scattered in the Quran. During prayer and meditation, the rhythmic recitation of the names is conducted with the help of the beads of rosary. From the collection at the exhibition of Chronis Pechlivanidis: “A journey into the world of Sufism” http://www.benaki.gr/index.asp?lang=en&id=202010001&sid=1476