World Istimak in Malaysia

Guys, this coming July 9 to July 13 the World Istimak will be held in KLIA Quarters.

This gathering will be only the second world istimak in Malaysia after 23 years. It has been long since Malaysia become the host of this auspicious event. All muslim brothers will gather here and expecting also from the whole worlds. This is the way that Rasulullah s.a.w shown us to be a good muslim, with superb Iman and Amal. Let’s us convey this message to All muslim people, and pray to Allah may this gathering be a very successful gathering.

This is a photo taken during Istimak Tongi, Bangladesh early this year. Hopefully The Malaysia Istimak will be same capacity or even bigger than this insyaAllah.

Earlier this year in February 2009 at Tongi, Bangladesh, the Bangladeshi authorities deployed some 10,000 security officials to guard the World Congregation of Muslims at a 77-hectare (190-acre) site on the banks of River Turag in Tongi, just north of Dhaka, as hundreds of thousands of Muslims began arriving for the event, local government official Azmat Ullah Khan said. Khan said people were streaming into the ground on buses, trucks, ferries and trains. (International Herald Tribune)

It is reported that some 3 million Muslim devotees raised their hands in prayer for global peace, putting aside their country’s sometimes violent struggle with political corruption and Islamic extremists, at one of the world’s largest religious gatherings after Hajj in Mecca. The annual World Congregation of Muslims, or “Bishwa Ijtema,” has been held each year since 1966 on the banks of the River Turag in Tongi, just north of the capital, Dhaka. (The Ledger).

Read also the report on this gathering at

So hopefully Malaysia Istimak in KLIA Quarters this year will be the same strong gathering as in Tongi, Bangladesh, insyaAllah.

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Outstation at PAN Kedah

Guys, for the past 4 days I was in Kedah at Sungai Petani. Currently I have a new project with Pernec Advanced Network (PAN) which is based in Sungai Petani, Kedah. We are building rectifiers systems for the Telekom Malaysia Project. It is a 2 year contract and hope we could execute the project well and may it be a very successful project.

Herewith are some photos taken at the Kedah factory.

The Miracles

Recently I read a book on our Nabi s.a.w. and today allow me to share about the miracles of Nabi s.a.w. Put aside business world and be with me just for few minutes to procrastinate about this heavenly topic.

It is clear that whoever has witnessed the condition of Rasulullah s.a.w.; whoever listens with attention to the Ahadith of Nabi s.a.w. character, habits, qualities, policies with people of different status and standings, his being accustomed to people of different temperements and how people became so captivated in following him; whoever is aware of those realities and truths which were uttered by his blessed tongue as an answer to the most difficult of questions, and whoever glances at his wonderful and amazing policies in human affairs and to the beautiful indications found in the explanation of apparent explanations, the basic knowledge of which the intelligent of the world have remained helpless – then without shadow of doubt, he will exclaim that these perfections cannot be attained by efforts and hardwork, nor by the management of any human power.

In fact, it is not possible for these things nor can it be conceived that they are found without any heavenly power and divine aid. This is apparent that divine aid and resultant perfections can never be attained by any liar or fraud. Nabi s.a.w. character and way of life are a clear proof of his truthfulness. A pure Bedouin (Badwi) on seeing Nabi s.a.w said, “This is not the face of a liar”. This village-dweller, on just seeing some qualities and virtues of Nabi s.a.w., gives testimony to his truthfulness. What will be the condition of that person who had witnessed Nabi’s s.a.w. character and who had experienced the different phases of Nabi’s s.a.w. purelife? At this juncture, many scholars have briefly written some qualities of Nabi s.a.w. so that one can know his model of perfect character and so that one can judge Nabi’s s.a.w. truthfulness, high status and magnificent glory of Allah swt that Allah swt has granted Nabi s.a.w. these perfections to the highest degree, whereas Nabi s.a.w. was Ummi (unlettered), he never learnt from anyone, nor did he study any books and neither did he travel anywhere in search of knowledge. He was raised and grew up in a group of an illiterate village-dwelling community. Together, with this, he was an orphan. The shadow of a compassionate father who normally makes effort in nurturing and teaching good manners had been lifted from before (his birth), Added to this, Nabi s.a.w. was reared in a poverty-stricken household in severe conditions. Then from where did Nabi s.a.w attain all these beautiful qualities, knowledge and recognition, knowledge of the angels and past Ambiya’ and the specialities of the Ambiya’? If there had not been clear revelation, then how could one with human abilities be successful in attaining these astounding perfections by his own efforts? If Nabi s.a.w. excellences were only these, and not even one miracle became apparent, then too, the truthfulness and honesty of Nabi s.a.w. is sufficient proof for Nabi s.a.w. being truthful. This is the special mercy and favour of Allah swt that he did not suffice only on these excellences, but made apparent on Nabi’s s.a.w. blessed hands such open mu’jizat (miracles), that just by seeing them there would not remain any doubt in the most foolish and ignorant person regarding the Nubuwwat and Risalat of Nabi s.a.w.

From amongst these mu’jizat (miracles), here I would like to share only those most famous and well-known and which are mentioned in the reliable and Sahih (authentic) books of Hadith. These are:

  1. When Quraish demanded a sign of Nabi s.a.w. Nubuwwat from him, then Allah swt split the moon in two for him.
  2. In Hadrat Jabir’s r.a.d. house, from a little food a whole group was satiated.
  3. In the house of Hadrat Talha r.a.d. during battle of Khandaq (the trench), a small amount of food was sufficient for a big jama’at (group pf people) through the blessings of Nabi s.a.w.
  4. Once a baby goat and flour less than 2 bowls sufficed for 80 men. In Dalailun-Nubuwwat of Baihaqi, according to narration of Hadrat Jabir r.a.d. 800 people being satiated has been mentioned and in Dalail-Abi Nu’aim 1000 have been mentioned.
  5. Once a few dates which Binte-Bashir held in her hands, sufficient to satiate an entire army, and some remained thereafter.
  6. Water flowed from between the fingers of Nabi s.a.w. from which a thirsty army drank to their fill and from which they all made wudu’ (ablution).

May Allah gives us strength to seek more knowledge regarding Sunnah of Rasulullah s.a.w. and live the way of Islam as the way of Life which has been shown by Nabi s.a.w. and sahabahs.

The Forgotten Work

Guys, allow me to share an important article today just for us to contemplate about our current life in this world. We have long forgotten the greatest work of all. That is the work of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). We as the last of ummah is the greatest people in the eyes of Allah Ta’ala. (The Creator). But we never take this opportunity to grab the position to the highest level. We must call people especially Muslim to comeback to the deen of Allah Ta’ala that is to remember Allah Ta’ala to the fullest. Then we must also invite our non-muslim friend to Allah Ta’ala too. Why? Because they are also the creator of Allah Ta’ala. In the day of resurrection, we will be asked. Have you convey the deen of Allah Ta’ala to all your family, to all your friends, to all your neighbors, to all the people in this world? We are answerable to Allah Ta’ala. So what are we going to answer? If we do not do this work, we definitely could not answer those questions. So we must convey it to all of them before we depart from this world.

Let me brief you on the word ‘to convey‘. Tableegh literally means ‘to convey’. Contextually, it refers to conveying the message of Islam. This is the sunnah of all the prophets. The most important rule of tableegh is Hikmah. Allah Ta’ala says in the Holy Quran:

Invite (people) to the way of your lord with wisdom and good counsel. (Verse: 16:125)

Whosoever does tableegh must adopt hikmah. It is only then, that people will understand and accept.

The system conducted by the Tableegh Jama’at was initiated by Moulana Ilyas Saheb (Rahimahullah). He observed that people were too engrossed in their worldly activities and had forgotten the objective for which they had been sent to this world. He realized that they had to free some time from their worldly engagements, to sit and ponder about Allah Ta’ala and their purpose for being sent to this world. Therefore, he started calling people to the masjid, and reminded them about Allah Ta’ala and His greatness. Initially people rebuked him, they discouraged him and used to say that they had no time for all of this; but as time went by, they realised the truth behind it and the need for it, and started joining him in calling others towards Allah Ta’ala. Thereafter, when more people started joining this work, a few guidelines had to be set, to make sure that the work was done in a proper manner. Different time periods of 3 days, 40 days, etc. were set, so that people knew for how long they had to be away, and could make the necessary arrangements for that period.

Beliefs and Objectives

Those that are engaged in the work of tableegh are from the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah. They do not have any beliefs that are exclusive to them. Each one is allowed to follow his own mazhab, as long as he does not move away from the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah.

Their objective is that each and every Muslim adopts the Islamic way in all aspects of life. They do not advice anyone to leave all their daily activities and join this work, but they encourage people to take out some time from their daily engagements so that the rest of the time could be spent in accordance to the teachings of Islam. Spending time in the path of Allah is not the objective of the work, but rather the objective is to adopt the Islamic lifestyle whilst engaged in daily activities, whether one is at home with family or at his work place; spending time in the path of Allah Ta’ala only acts as a means to fulfill this objective.

Proof from Quran and Hadith

There are numerous verses of the Quran and the Ahadith of Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) that support the practice of tableegh. Hereunder are a few of them:

From the Holy Quran:

1. Invite (people) to the way of your lord with wisdom and good counsel. (Verse: 16:125)

2. And there has to be a group of people from among you who call towards good and prevent from evil. (Verse: 3:104)

3. And who is better in utterance than the one who called people towards Allah, and acts righteously and says, “I am one of those who submit themselves (to Allah Ta’ala). (Verse: 41:33)

From the Ahadith of Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam):

4. Hazrat Abu Sa’eed (Radhiyallahu Anhu) narrates that he heard Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) saying, “Whosoever witnesses a forbidden act being committed, he should prevent it by the use of his hands; if he is unable to do so, then he should prevent it with his tongue; if he is unable to do so, he should at least consider it a vice in his heart; and this is a very low level of Iman”.

Sahih Muslim Vol.2 Pg.211/2 (Darul Ma’rifah)

5. It has been reported by Nu’man bin Bashir (Radhiyallahu Anhu) that Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: “There are people who do not transgress the limits (laws) of Allah Ta’ala, and there are others who do so. They are like two groups who boarded a ship; one of them settled on the upper deck, and the other on the lower deck of the ship. When the people of the lower deck needed water, they said, “Why should we cause trouble to the people of the upper deck when we can have plenty of water by making a hole in our deck”. Now, if the people of the upper deck do not prevent this group from such foolishness, all of them will perish; but if they stop them, they will be saved”.

Sahih Al Bukhari Vol.3 Pg.152 (Darul fikr)

One may question that the above mentioned Aayaat and Ahadith only prove the practice of tableegh. They do not prove the manner in which it is coordinated by the Tabligh Jama’at (e.g. specifying the time period of 40 days, stipulating time for ta’lim and gusht, etc.).

The answer to this is simple. There are some commandments in Shari’ah in which the method is not stipulated. For example, it is a commandment of Shariah to acquire knowledge, but the manner in which the Madrasas are established today, is not proven through Quran and Hadith. Up until the recent past, the scholars used to teach in the masjids of their respective towns and villages. The students had to go to different scholars to learn the different sciences. No arrangements of food or boarding were made. However, the zeal for knowledge had decreased as time went by, and the scholars felt it necessary to establish the system of Darul Ulooms as is established today. Nobody regards such a system to be bid’ah.

Similarly, Shariah has commanded us to do the work of tableegh. This work used to be done on an individual basis. The learned people used to preach the others and prevent them from all vices. As time went on, vice started prevailing, and people had stopped doing the work on an individual basis; therefore, a collective effort had to take place, and rules had to be set up for the work to carry on in order.

The outcome of Tableegh

Anyone with a sound mind and fair thinking will have no option but to accept that the work of Tableegh has been responsible, to a great extent, in the reformation that has taken place in the Muslim Ummah, in the last few decades. Tableegh Jama’at has played a big role in the establishment of madrasas in the last few years. Similarly, it has influenced many Muslim men and women in adapting their attire and appearance in accordance to sunnah. It acts as a deterrent for the Muslim youth from going to cinemas, night clubs, discothèques, raves and all other places of sin. Cricket players like Sa’eed Anver and pop singers like Junaid Jamshed, who were drowned in sin, have now become the means for spreading Islam. Tabligh Jama’at plays an important role in preaching Islam to those who have even forgotten the kalimah, like those staying in the Kazakhistan, , etc. and the descendants of Arabs staying in South America. Many non Muslims have also accepted Islam through this effort.

May Allah guide us and save us all.

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