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Miftah-ul-Janna (Booklet for way to Paradise)

Miftah-ul-Janna (Booklet for way to

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 21 MIFTAH-UL-JANNA (Booklet for Way to Paradise) Written by Muhammad bin Qutb-ud-dîn Iznikî Revised by Hüseyn Hilmi Işık English version by Hakîkat Kitâbevi SECOND EDITION Hakîkat Kitâbevi Darüşşefeka Cad. 53/A P.K.: 35 34083 Fatih-ISTANBUL/TURKEY Tel: 90.212.523 4556–532 5843 Fax: 90.212.523 3693 http://www.hakikatkitabevi.com e-mail: bilgi@hakikatkitabevi.com SEPTEMBER-2014

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ ‘father’ bec

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    says, “Mâ khalaqallah,” upon s

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    prayer, the initial and final sunna

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    more than one mosques, you should p

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    person, whether it be a Muslim or a

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    irreligious and atheistic younger g

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    wâjib, according to Imâm A’zam,

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    ghusl. In that case, however, they

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    prevent the penetration of water, r

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    which) causes haraj, you will be ab

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    y Islamic scholars. His attempt is

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    e sahîh to follow him even if it i

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    4- To be over-attentive in making m

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    ceases after a day dawns in Ramadâ

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    leeding) are called hukmî purity o

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    sun has risen and her bleeding ceas

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    within her (previous) ’âdat and

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    Tebyîn-ul-haqâiq, and by Ahmad bi

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    performs namâz again without makin

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    3- If she undergoes a period of fâ

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    as much thawâb as she earned when

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    juice, grape juice, flower juice, a

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    20- Delk, i.e. to rub the limbs bei

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    2- To breathe onto the water being

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    ody, your ablution will be nullifie

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    Madhhabs. There are three fards (fa

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    If a person becomes wet and yet can

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    late to catch up with the remaining

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    mind or faints without he himself c

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    ecomes no longer possible to wrap a

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    flax seeds will not be sahîh. It w

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    (last sitting posture). It is wâji

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    to such desecrated applications. It

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    ta’âlâ’, one of the contempor

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    mentally disordered person or a jun

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    heart is congenitally like a pure m

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    SUNNATS of NAMÂZ: Sunnats of namâ

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    Qiyâm. To put your nose on the flo

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    commendable for the (Muslims in the

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    11- To have a picture -photograph-

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    48- To sway from side to side durin

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    sinfulness, rather than thawâb, [i

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    say the takbîr of iftitâh when st

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    others’ namâz is not, the unacce

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    5- A person will be sinful for not

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    in the direction of Qibla. Performi

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    VIRTUES of the TAKBÎR IFTITÂH Whe

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    The first virtue is that He shall g

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    People of Paradise enjoy eating and

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    3- A dragon will fall upon him. The

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    Ramadân) or to prevent it from con

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    ‘fâitas (fawâit)’, instead of

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    performed.) For, the namâz which h

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    deceased’s (meyyit’s) walî; a

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    managed. For, (completion of) kaff

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    property donated by someone. This l

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    2- To use miswâk, (which is a twig

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    with the exception of namâzes term

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    occasions other than khutbas. They

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    and Madrâs and Haydarâbâd were p

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    long string is fastened on the twis

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    not have to help each other to make

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    invalid who fears that their illnes

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    Mishkât-ul-Mesâbih (and written b

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    lessed person believed that he had

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    he does not admit that it is one’

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    This hadîth-i-sherîf is quoted by

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    those adabs and avoiding the makrû

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    qadâ should not be performed in li

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    A person who possesses property mor

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    property; (i.e. it is still farz to

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    according to the Imâmeyn, i.e. Im

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    “Gold and silver are absolute the

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    acts of worship in accordance with

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    articles with the intention of zak

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    CHAPTER ON FASTING There ar three f

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    commit other wrong acts. Learned pe

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    although it has to be done before i

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    who eats and drinks floutingly with

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    weather iftâr should not be made,

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    mustahab or mubâh. An act of musta

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    THE FIFTY-FOUR FARZES (or FARDS) A

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    His Attributes and creatures. 29- T

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    CONCERNING the GHUNÂH-I-KEBÂIR (G

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    42- Arrogance, to think of oneself

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    It is stated as follows in the hund

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    should not look at another man’s

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    (1290 [1872 A.D.] - August 14 th 13

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    19- ’Amr Shu’ayb narrates on th

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    ook discriminates young from old co

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    A person who says, “I am a Muslim

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    They should say, “Innâ lillah wa

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    commandment rather than for ostenta

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    Islamic branches of knowledge. One

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    lackening the scholars of Ahl as-su

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    Hikmat, His Creation behind the cau

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    Makrûhs in eating: To eat with lef

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    make thorough investigations about

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    woman inquired: “Are there others

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    [It is stated as follows in Shir’

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    elatives. A girl cannot marry one o

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    The kefen-i-sunnat for men consists

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    jamâ’at (for the daily five nam

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    are not for Paradise! Have you forg

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    ackwards again. The Angel of death

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    another hundred angels make it wear

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    world with compassion, and thereaft

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    after interment. Wahhâbîs deny th

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    worship)! As long as I have lived I

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    making his both hands jut out from

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    Everyone has cares, sweet and bitte

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    pronounce a blessing over that pers

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    pronounced over them and prayers sh

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    studies the books written by our gu

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    There is no deficiency in Allâhu t

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    harâms, they, too, become harâms.

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    interpolated the Prophets’ ‘’

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    immediately learn the six tenets of

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