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Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Fourth Fascicle

Se'âdet-i Ebediyye ENDLESS BLISS Fourth Fascicle Subjects relating to belief of ahl as-Sunnat are quoted from famous Ahl as-Sunnat scholars' books.Various aspects of Hanafi Fiqh are explained, e.g., taharat, najasat, ghusl, wudu, tayammum, water, satr, women's covering themselves, adhan, iqamat, namaz, traveler's namaz, juma prayer, and music

Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Fourth

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 4 Se’âdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss FOURTH FASCICLE Hüseyn Hilmi Iş›k Seventeenth 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: NOTE This book is a translation of
  • Page 4 and 5: PREFACE Saying the A’ûdhu (A’
  • Page 6 and 7: ’alaihi wa sallam’ informed us
  • Page 8 and 9: person cannot be Sunnî [1] . His w
  • Page 10 and 11: and a soul. There had been no man b
  • Page 12 and 13: called knowledge of I’tiqâd (bel
  • Page 14 and 15: worship as shown by one of these fo
  • Page 16 and 17: In short, we should obey Islam’s
  • Page 18 and 19: committed a grave sin. Whether he/s
  • Page 20 and 21: within the essence of something to
  • Page 22 and 23: wash the skin below the chin. 8 - T
  • Page 24 and 25: necessary to wash until you become
  • Page 26 and 27: Imâm-i Rabbânî wrote in his 286t
  • Page 28 and 29: organs, for example breaking wind,
  • Page 30 and 31: yellow liquid issuing from a person
  • Page 32 and 33: Halabî-yi kebîr writes; “If a p
  • Page 34 and 35: For it is not necessary to have com
  • Page 36 and 37: another pair of mests, wellingtons,
  • Page 38 and 39: the book Al-fiqh-u ’alal-madhâhi
  • Page 40 and 41: person will no longer be in the sta
  • Page 42 and 43: Madhhab madmada and istinshâq are
  • Page 44 and 45: conducted with lentils by this faq
  • Page 46 and 47: have to act by imitating, i.e., fol
  • Page 48 and 49: another Madhhab which affords a sol
  • Page 50 and 51: compelled by two different excuses.
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    are the same as her âdat (previous

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    sees it again on the tenth day, all

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    namâz, her namâz becomes invalid.

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    and twenty days of purity continue

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    spreading with great speed among th

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    ghusl is not necessary. After a wom

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    imâm who is a lâ-Madhhabî reform

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    shad or tadbîb. Shad (in Arabic) m

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    Answer: The Islamic rule stating th

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    on this matter. If they talk, their

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    silver rings have become permissibl

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    eak one’s ablution. Manual istibr

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    filled to imitate the Mâlikî or S

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    Fatwâ of Sirâjiyya states the sam

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    tayammum. He who cannot make a taya

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    has made in order to be purified fr

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    When something is the mixture of so

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    water. If he cannot do this he make

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    prostrates on one’s hand, the pla

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    will be better to cleanse it. If a

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    is from) the animal (that) was kill

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    hand and the mouth thereby involved

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    observed slightly. When the najâsa

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    out. If the cotton wick is long and

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    the right hand on the left hand, or

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    an ’âdil Muslim says, “This ma

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    water is more than the water or equ

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    flowing water and the musta’mal w

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    Leftovers from animals with edible

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    are. However, it is better for wome

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    who are nâmahram to them, at times

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    themselves with bare head, hair, ar

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    after waiting that long. He who has

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    “Islam has not commanded a certai

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    sister, with one’s young mother-i

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    at leave the body, it is still not

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    fayds [1] and nûrs (radiance, ligh

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    directions of the optic nerves incl

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    esults, the angle of Qibla is found

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    to deviate from the direction of Qi

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    Ka’ba but its building plot. He w

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    Qibla angles for places with variou

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    you have performed it in its correc

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    of Imâm-i-a’zam’s most eminent

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    azimuth or altitude circles (or ver

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    [i.e. when it has traversed the mid

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    edness takes place when the upper (

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    q K = The point at which the azimut

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    horizon. There are various surface

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    When the observer goes up to the hi

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    the local timepiece. The riyâdî t

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    times. It is fard for Muslims to kn

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    declination, (ª+∞), is greater t

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    Figure 1 Figure 2 B = Point where t

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    times of sunset is the Tamkin.” F

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    highest hill of a city cannot be ch

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    twice the period of Tamkin. The sam

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    esultant difference of seconds betw

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    Clocks adjusted to local (mahallî)

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    1/2 N t + S t =12 hours (2) By comb

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    of night is its difference from 24

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    standard meridian of longitude 30°

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    adhân is not ’âdil [or if there

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    (4) t in standard time = t in adhâ

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    The variables are substituted into

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    the length of the shadow of a 1 m l

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    nisf fadla is added (in winter) to

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    same sign, the (-) sign in the nume

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    time and 4:19 in standard time. Fro

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    ON 26 ¬ 10 ¬ tan gives 0.4913 as

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    adhânî time is 05:06, from which

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    permissible for them to follow the

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    A computer programme can be develop

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    harâmeyn [1] : “Calling the azâ

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    speakers in calling the azân is of

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    times and how to say the azân, is

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    prescribed time or melodiously or i

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    Fatâwâ-yi-Hindiyya: “It is makr

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    12 - FIRST VOLUME, 303rd LETTER Thi

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    Qur’ân al-kerîm and hadîth-i-s

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    much!’ That person said, ‘I wil

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    problems or wishes.” When he was

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    in his lifetime. 2 - He will not ha

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    afternoon prayer. The namâz that h

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    TAHRÎMA means to say Allâhu akbar

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    namâz that are obligatory), it is

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    head, too, immediately. In the ruk

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    ook Ma’rifatnâma [1] . He would

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    accepted.’ But the prayers must b

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    and muazzins who do not prevent the

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    15 - NAMÂZ DURING LONG-DISTANCE JO

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    minute of equatiorial arc, i.e. 185

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    turn towards the qibla when beginni

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    evening and night prayers likewise,

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    three rak’ats and the other fard

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    where he was born, if he leaves the

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    from Istanbul, after staying in Kû

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    these two judgements when there is

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    (performing namâz individually) fo

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    during its appointed time has to ma

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    for Muslims to make the sajda when

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    the Ahkâm-i-Islâmiyya. The first

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    8 - To say, “Innâ lillâh wa...,

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    worships, e.g. to play organs, to r

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    made the salâm, stands up and, aft

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    say ‘Rabinâs’ instead of ‘Ra

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    Ze: You are free to stop, and so ha

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    18 - MAKRÛHS OF NAMÂZ Most of the

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    namâz it is even more distasteful.

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    during namâz), to sit like a dog,

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    the money received in return for th

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    If the picture on a coin or ring or

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    to catch or kill it if it is not bi

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    makrûh if there is a curtain betwe

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    write in Arabic letters a disbeliev

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    every two rak’ats. Or they can ma

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    always been in conformity with thos

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    It is sinful to delay the cleaning

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    However, it is permissible to make

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    Fatâwâ-i qâri-ul-Hidâya [1] and

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    the imâm, and not a person whose v

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    case with blood, filth, yellow liqu

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    ecome fâsid. If there were a pilla

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    Halabî-i kebîr. It is permissible

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    knows and observes these principles

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    It is tahrîmî makrûh for the im

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    ecite) the Qur’ân al-kerîm thro

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    namâz if he has to observe the ter

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    imitates the movements of those who

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    Umdat-ul-Islâm quotes from Fatâw

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    the points of view concerning Frida

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    If a Friday prayer is not accepted,

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    invokes benedictions on the Believe

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    Fettâh: “One man’s presence du

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    9- There must not to be too much ra

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    his nails before or after Friday pr

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    zawâid. Sunnat-i hudâ are like i

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    short beard a sunnat is bid’at, w

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    said on Friday run to the mosque to

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    each time they are let down hanging

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    and storm, as well as the excuses s

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    prescribed time is over, that is, t

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    attention to the sequence of time b

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    him from saying the prayers, he fol

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    appointed time if you have to do so

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    excuses, is accredited to keep on w

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    in an hour and two hundred and fort

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    his sunnat prayers. When certain pe

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    e omitted to avoid a harâm. Thus,

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    and forty, seventh page of Tahtâw

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    een said for the fard prayer. If th

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    supererogatory prayer, i.e. its sun

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    perform the prayers of qadâ only w

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    person’s spending his time on mâ

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    committed a grave sin by not perfor

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    a person performs prayers of namâz

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    the Owner of the mosque. And the na

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    thereby pay their debts of qadâ as

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    consensus) by saying so. It is har

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    tedhkîra-i Qurtubî [1] published

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    the outside. It excites the halâl

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    your qalb by performing dhikr and w

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    Why should something be harâm whil

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    In the beginning of the section whe

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    Religious Affairs has made all Musl

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    which have been interpolated by peo

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    sound from a radio-receiver or a lo

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    this reason, it is very meritorious

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    guiding them not to acts of worship

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    will attack the hâfiz qurrâ’ wh

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    correctly and beautifully. It is ne

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    sinful to keep tambourines or other

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    so recited. Burhân ad-Dîn Mergin

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    Mathnawî [Listen to the reed...] m

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    without any accompanying music, fâ

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    appended to the book Al-habl al-mat

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    Their thinking better of wilâyat m

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    (718 [1318 A.D.] - 791 [1389], Qasr

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    greater ones of the Awliyâ of the

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    however, it is stated that both the

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    has been intended for people of wis

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    ta’âlâ will change into good. A

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ). The Ashâb-i-s

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    Appendix I FINDING THE FIRST DAY OF

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    Appendix III FINDING THE MÎLÂDÎ

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    Appendix IV (continued) DATE E ∞

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    Ghâyat Irtifâ’ 0.15 0.30 0.45 1

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    heart, to remember. Faqîr: a poor

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    Jamâ’at: a congregation of Musli

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    Sayr: to go, travel. Sayyid: title

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