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Documents of the Right Word

A collection of small books written by Sunni scholars for answering Shi'a claims.

Documents of the Right

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 15 DOCUMENTS of the RIGHT WORD Tenth 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

  • Page 2 and 3: CONTENTS Page Part One - The book D
  • Page 4 and 5: means serving humanity. Enemies of
  • Page 6 and 7: DOCUMENTS OF THE RIGHT WORD [The bo
  • Page 8 and 9: The following morning I had a long
  • Page 10 and 11: He said, “Do you know why I wante
  • Page 12 and 13: the meaning of the statement must b
  • Page 14 and 15: who came forward. Being with one’
  • Page 16 and 17: eprimanded and censured through the
  • Page 18 and 19: meeting for sinning, for (stirring
  • Page 20 and 21: ta’âlâ anhum ajma’în’ who
  • Page 22 and 23: they should be given some money. I
  • Page 24 and 25: from all people; third, by hearing
  • Page 26 and 27: ‘sall-Allâhu ta’âlâ alaihi w
  • Page 28 and 29: prohibited mut’a nikâh.’ Upon
  • Page 30 and 31: the imâm (religious leader) is an
  • Page 32 and 33: (the Khalîfa). Since they are his
  • Page 34 and 35: and somewhere between Mekka and Med
  • Page 36 and 37: might insolently perpetrate towards
  • Page 38 and 39: hadrat Abû Bekr and ’Umar and
  • Page 40 and 41: therefore requested Jebrâil (Gabri
  • Page 42 and 43: many different meanings. Twenty of
  • Page 44 and 45: asked are: How did you spend your l
  • Page 46 and 47: Do not swerve from doing the comman
  • Page 48 and 49: I asked, “Who took this Hanafiyya
  • Page 50 and 51: “Now it is necessary to know corr
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    voted hadrat Alî to caliphate. Whe

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    were beyond the blemish of any sort

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    Hamd [1] and Salawât, [2] he cited

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    an enemy of Islam, a Jewish convert

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    century have been called Alevî. In

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    Qur’ân al-kerîm implies Abû Ma

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    Becoming junub (canonical uncleanne

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    There are other groups, who are mor

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    with the rules and commandments rev

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    ‘sall-Allâhu alaihi wa sallam’

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    Khalîfas ‘radiy-Allâhu ta’âl

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    âyat of Qiyâmat sûra, which read

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    too. These malefactions of theirs n

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    hand out to Alî ‘radiy-Allâhu a

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    ‘radiy-Allâhu anh’ was busy wi

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    Bekr,” holding out his hand to hi

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    amal was printed in London; 577-643

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    in redondant]. In the same book, he

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    concordant with hadîth-i-sherîfs

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    near them. Annoyed, the Prophet sta

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    pronounced curses upon the Ahl-i-Ba

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    As-hâb (companions) are to be take

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    Fâtima, Hasan, and Huseyn ‘radiy

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    as-Siddîq. Upon the command of All

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    Haydarâbâd, Pakistan, had it prin

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    elated to this faqîr, (’Uthmân

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    pretty jâriya [1] named Husniyya.

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    alaihim ajma’în’ but also ever

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    the Ahl as-sunna in order to prove

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    with the exception of hadrat Abû B

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    the unbelievers when they came to t

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    inspiring appearance, he does not h

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    ecause the Ummat (Muslims) wished t

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    notables as Talha and Zubeyr, asked

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    you whatever you need, provide aid

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    to rescue them from this sinful pos

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    who have mercy on one another. He i

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    twenty people to follow him. Later

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    Basra and Wâsit, in 512, and passe

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    hadrat Alî the son of Abû Tâlib

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    sherîf. He saw his Ummat (Muslims)

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    Saîda’s brushwood shelter. Sa’

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    ecome Muslims. We had the honour of

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    Likewise, they had to make painstak

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    for him. In addition, since the nor

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    another’s value even when they cr

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    ooks. This they did because they th

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    making is their fanatical advocacy

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    We have not been commanded to curse

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    commandment executed by using force

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    despite all this closeness? What a

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    themselves; each of them thought of

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    Hadrat ’Umar ‘radiy-Allâhu anh

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    god but Allah; and Muhammad ‘alai

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    miscreant and sinful people. Hadrat

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    exaggeration that the irrational, p

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    PART FOUR LET US BE IN UNITY and LO

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    anh’ gave so much freedom that an

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    actually means Namâz, with the wor

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    scholar will be in his Madh-hab. In

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ at evening and m

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    Shahâdat. The second one is to per

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    stone for the mosque. Then he said,

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    the second year. It was roofed with

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    are plain evidences proving that th

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    ta’âlâ help you!” Almost all

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    Abbasid Rulers put the Imâms of Ah

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    mother’s name had been Hanîfa, h

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    A’zam ‘rahmatullâhi ta’âlâ

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    Jewry, they attempt to prove that t

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    unanimously elected Abû Bekr imâm

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    Abd-ul-’azîz Dahlawî gives the

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    loving the Ahl-i-Bayt and obeying t

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    me in my coffin! Take my corpse to

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    Prophet advised to eat rabbit meat,

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    original Torah itself. Jews defiled

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    In order to deceive Muslims’ chil

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    have mourned over the martyrdoms of

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    Allâhu wejheh’ and his Ahl-i-Bay

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    or some benefits are anticipated fr

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    Of all the books and newspapers sen

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    animosity towards hadrat Alî since

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    sight and hearing.” He stated in

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    elonged to hadrat Alî by rights

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    would have produced other problems

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    Muslims, i.e. for our master hadrat

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    the Ahl as-Sunna. Furthermore, hadr

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    eauties. Their purpose was to put t

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    gathered around himself all the Uma

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    and untied him. He was Rasûlullah

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    ook Nahj-ul-belâgha, which is valu

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    urden me with something incompatibl

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    (hadrat ‘Uthmân) ordered distrib

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    ewildered. He turned to look at me.

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    women to cover themselves. A tent w

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    me that there was some nejâsat [1]

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    said so. These rumours are slanders

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    etray the abject characters of thei

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    various pages of the book Qisâs-i-

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    thirty-five years Hassan Sabbâh to

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    ‘radiy-Allâhu anhum’ “were m

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    stated as follows in the three hund

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    disliking the three Khalîfas; it d

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    They knew the group they were fight

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    with his nickname Saghîr, is a vul

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    Believers’ wrongdoings!” Comman

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    in Ajra, and others. They expressed

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    is not the case with the war betwee

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    punish him,” and someone walking

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    prove that it is a true hadîth-i-s

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    paternal uncle, was among the unbel

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    ightful Khalîfa (hadrat ’Uthmân

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    and Qa’qa’ commanded the left w

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    A Jewish convert named Abdullah bin

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    monstrosity,” he says, and adds t

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    Qudâma’s command to Yemen agains

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    An âyat-i-kerîma in Fat-h sûra p

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    Mu’âwiya’s son), was expecting

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    he came back a long time later. No

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    the word ‘disbeliever’]. Yezîd

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    Rasûlullah ‘sall-Allâhu alaihi

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    farewell ceremony due to their hono

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    equal to twenty-four Sâ's. And sâ

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    politics best. Wouldn’t your fath

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    insolently assailed this innonect K

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    Islam’s enemies themselves, canno

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    (speech called) khutba in the sixti

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    Some âyat-i-kerîmas revealed by A

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    animosity. All they wanted was to e

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    It is never disbelief to disagree w

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    and do not criticize each other, th

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    and Hadîqa, that saying the number

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    statues (idols and icons) they them

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ loves those who

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    a Madh-hab. And a person without a

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    the fourteenth paragraph of the cha

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    Turks and establish an independent

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    given the title Islâmda Birlik (Un

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    It is a shame, however, that this b

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    were spiritually educated by the be

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    Abû Bekr and hadrat ’Umar were s

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    good news that their destination is

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    est and the foremost member of this

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    was first published together with i

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    elapsed since Rasûlullah (’alaih

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    without entering Paradise or Hell.

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    such grounds is quite a different s

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    took place. But it would not be nec

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    you don’t believe me, take my let

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    hear about them. He will not believ

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    5- “Doing the command will tire t

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    8- “If the performance of the dut

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    existence, as explained above. In o

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    ARTICLE II THE PROOF OF MUHAMMAD’

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    ‘alaihi wa sallam) utterances and

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    the âyats declaring: ‘You, too,

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    Mu’tazila say that the fear of lo

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    master surpassing his collegues in

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    ninth âyat of Sûrat al-Jum’a, F

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    “Do not feel sorry about their wr

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    sent by Allâhu ta’âlâ for atta

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    come. The hadîth-i-sherîf express

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    mere compliment received from him w

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    his oral and written statements des

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    Imâm’s fame and came to the city

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    people ‘rahmatullâhi ta’âlâ

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    normally attained at the end (in th

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    Mawlânâ Muhammad Tâhir-i-Lâhor

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    EXALTED SONS of IMÂM-I-RABBÂNÎ

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    And in the knowledge of Fiqh he was

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    One day, as he was in the presence

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    ‘rahmatullâhi aleyh’ in adheri

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    these great people. One should deem

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    FIRST VOLUME, 21st LETTER If a Musl

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    eligion. Most of them disappeared i

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    for instance, to satiate one’s hu

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    the beings in the anfus (in man) an

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    Sa’îd Abu-l-khayr, [1] one of th

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    Tasawwuf. Also, the Meshâikh-i-kir

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    kerîm and doing pious deeds will b

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    unfathomable mysteries and immeasur

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    SECOND VOLUME, 36th LETTER One does

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    to work, it is permissible for him

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    SECOND VOLUME, 42nd LETTER May All

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    asked, “If all spiritual paths ca

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    deeds are real, too. It is stated i

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    SECOND VOLUME, 67th LETTER Namâz i

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    “Estaghfirullah” the rest of th

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    necessary). They become angry when

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    Hereafter. Prepare yourself for the

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    elationship will cause one to like

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    enemies to love Him? If disbeliever

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    one of His Deeds. Therefore, the pu

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    O thou, the base world, so perfidio

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    Tempest of separation exposed us to

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    knowledge is the most necessary and

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    mere knowledge without any practice

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    should be said that entering Paradi

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    13- It is insanity to learn knowled

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    I am so fast asleep, shame on me! I

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    necessary. Necessity in this respec

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    one another’s position, possessio

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    saw that these four heavenly books

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    PART NINE ANSWER TO A RELIGIOUSLY I

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    Answer: In Islam, completely libera

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    abhorrent imputations are directed

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    eligion,” advises us to become we

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    civilization that fills libraries w

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    It will be pertinent here to write

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    [successive] days has suffered a lo

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    are cited in this book. Even non-Mu

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    for men. Scientific knowledge prepa

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    hostility among its classes and com

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    communism under the influence of th

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    differentiate between what would be

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    evolution and paganism portray an a

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    away than sacrifice his religion an

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    towards religion, openly and secret

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    delightful and pleasing life of a c

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    One day a bomb exploded in the mids

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    BOOKS PUBLISHED BY HAK‹KAT K‹TA

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