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Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Sixth Fascicle

Halâl, harâm, and the doubtful,What is harâm to eat and things that are harâm to use, Wine, and alcoholic beverages. Is tobacco-smoking sinful?, Isrâf (wastefulness), fâiz (interest), and tobacco-smoking, Manners (âdâb) that must be observed when eating and drinking,(Siblings through) the Milk-Tie, Nafaqa, and rights of neighbours,Islam, and the woman...

Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Sixth

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 6 Se’âdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss SIXTH FASCICLE Hüseyn Hilmi Iş›k Third Edition Ha kî kat Ki tâ be vi Da rüş şe fe ka Cad. 53/A P.K.: 35 34083 Fa tih-IS TAN BUL/TURKEY Tel: 90.212.523 4556–532 5843 Fax: 90.212.523 3693 http://www.hakikatkitabevi.com e-mail: bilgi@hakikatkitabevi.com JUNE-2013

  • Page 2 and 3: NOTE This book is a translation of
  • Page 4 and 5: 25 A Letter from An Expert of Tasaw
  • Page 6 and 7: worship, farz and sunnat ones alike
  • Page 8 and 9: people are called ’âsî and fâs
  • Page 10 and 11: ghanîmat. He clogged his nose and
  • Page 12 and 13: ostentation, which in turn is somet
  • Page 14 and 15: of the villagers must be admitted t
  • Page 16 and 17: their behalf as their deputy, the z
  • Page 18 and 19: grandparents’ religion. They are
  • Page 20 and 21: adds: “It is also an act of kufr
  • Page 22 and 23: dispense it to poor people. Supposi
  • Page 24 and 25: partaking in a gamble is equally li
  • Page 26 and 27: quite as well be prescient enough t
  • Page 28 and 29: ising. Please subject us to si’r,
  • Page 30 and 31: ‘rahmatullâhi ta’âlâ ’alai
  • Page 32 and 33: [It should not be concluded from th
  • Page 34 and 35: saying the Basmala, i.e. without do
  • Page 36 and 37: pregnant. It is curative also to ep
  • Page 38 and 39: I wear, o you the Blessed Messenger
  • Page 40 and 41: not on their ring. The tughra was k
  • Page 42 and 43: Ibni ’Âbidîn ‘rahmatullâhi t
  • Page 44 and 45: property has been obtained by way o
  • Page 46 and 47: Ibni ’Âbidîn provides the follo
  • Page 48 and 49: unanimously reported by Islamic Fiq
  • Page 50 and 51: [For making beer, barley is steeped
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    people drinking alcoholic beverages

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    something that is harâm in a perso

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    elieve that they are capable of bei

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    4 - IS TOBACCO SMOKING SINFUL? It i

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    tobacco or to eat things like onion

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    scholars, on the other hand, stated

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    The following passage has been tran

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    ’alaih’, d. 191,) and also acco

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    ‘rahmatullâhi ta’âlâ ’alai

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    acts are those which have been call

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    Islamic scholars); and Qiyâs (anal

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    ook Durr-ul-mukhtâr: “According

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    his dislikes and labels them ‘har

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    and/or other solid medicines in sma

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    that it was makrûh. When their boo

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    5 - ISRÂF (Wastefulness), FÂIZ (i

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    9- To abhor Muslims who are attache

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    a person without any khayr.” [In

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    his finger at the end of the meal!

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    far as it is not done with a wicked

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    them. Anxious, a few of them went t

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    likewise accustomed to isrâf and e

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    of the third volume of his blessed

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    It would not be something justifiab

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    Imâm Abû Yûsuf, it is permissibl

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    emaining one-third must be reserved

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    something to people sitting beside

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    colour and strength. ’Alî ‘rad

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    7 - (SIBLINGS THROUGH) THE MILK TIE

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    father. In other words, a person ca

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    give nafaqa or its monetary equival

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    commandment is not performed, the w

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    who has deserted her husband. Her n

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    cannot take the amounts back. Accor

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    with the exception of the child’s

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    Each relative (within the definitio

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    for a job where she can work withou

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    for ornamentation. When it becomes

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    Something harmful is called ‘fud

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    e taught. [Once a child is sent to

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    committed. Not so is the case with

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    patiently tolerate the ill treatmen

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    9 - ISLAM and the WOMAN The Islamic

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    which had been written by Abû Muti

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    It is harâm to hurt a person. Marr

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    Because women are delicate-hearted

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    anyone know about her faults. 21- H

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    Madhhabs). A muleffiq’s worship w

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    harâm acts clearly declared in the

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    chapter of the fourth fascicle of E

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    auspicious both for themselves and

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    the original currency will have to

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    10 - ’UQÛBÂT (Penal Code) There

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    altogether. If one of the witnesses

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    looks fixed on the woman out in the

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    guilt perpetrated will be either a

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    According to Imâm Shâfi’î ‘r

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    2- He cuts off his hand and foot an

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    The seventy-ninth article reads:

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    that case, they will have to act in

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    pederasty are seen as they are comm

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    interpreting the hadîth-i-sherîfs

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    true as they are. One should learn

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    We should not read these venomous b

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    interpenetrative. In ta’zîr, if

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    will be punished with ta’zîr. An

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    Madhhab although it is not a hindra

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    follows in the introduction: “Two

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    Paradise.” That is, they will not

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    12 - JINÂYÂT (Crimes) The author

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    kin’. The ’âqila will have to

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    it would be harâm for him to kill

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    the diyat in the world. So is the c

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    their shares of the diyat within th

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    13 - PUNISHMENTS of DIYAT - KAFFÂR

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    It is stated as follows in the fatw

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    divorce his wife. [Hence, it is per

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    Supposing a person is being intimid

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    will be called ‘fâsiq’. A pers

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    him. It is stated in al-Halâl wa-l

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    parental permission. It is farz-i-

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    wasî, on the other hand, would be

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    ‘I do not want your daughter. Let

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    Statements made only so as to effec

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    fâsiq people; that is, if they wer

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    whether he has a wife and he replie

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    the condition laid takes place. If

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    a single talâq-i-bâin. I’lâ wi

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    then it will be wâjib for them to

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    always be remembered for your goodn

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    enefit or harm to all does not come

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ is worthy of bei

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    appealed to that person’s nature

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    country. Thanks be to Allâhu ta’

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    enedictions for the Sayyid, the hig

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    themselves. There is a considerable

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ. Not so is the c

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    created before the heavens, it will

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    22 - THIRD VOLUME, ELEVENTH LETTER

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    names, Qalb (heart); Rûh (soul); S

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    the aspirants attain to the goal th

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    All these spiritual states are para

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    1- Dhikr done by way of speech. The

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    free from all thoughts concerning w

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    kind consists of dhikring the Name

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    26 - THIRD VOLUME, FIFTY-SECOND LET

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    27 - THIRD VOLUME, SIXTY-THIRD LETT

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    28 - THIRD VOLUME, SIXTY-EIGHTH LET

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    difference between these two states

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    the Dhât-i-ilâhî (Allâhu ta’

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    [carried by air waves or nervous sy

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    exists, whereas the ’âlam, i.e.

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    shuhûdî. For, a dhil [a fancy] is

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    Wujûd’s needlessness versus the

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    human attributes. He has completed

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    sâlik’s latîfas, (each time) a

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    people have tasted and observed. Wh

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    enveloped by truth. Diving into lov

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    any, is the fruit of their kind fav

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    one. When love culminates, obedienc

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    consists in dhils (fancies) and ref

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    33 - SECOND VOLUME, THIRTY-FIFTH LE

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    the mutashâbihât with their true

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    knowledge’ since it incorporates

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    acts of worship as well. It is toge

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    Sôfiyya-i-’aliyya and who say,

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    ceases to exist. Only, the Sôfiyya

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    taken into consideration, they are

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    protected against the harm of sins.

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    We can never see or know Him. He ca

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    People who attain only the sûrat a

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    “Mutmainna as a nafs may have bec

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    attained, the nafs becomes mutmainn

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    chosen ones of their perfectly comp

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    honoured by reading the valuable le

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    a servant and his master. If that s

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    etween him and the Dhât-i-ilâhî,

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    with His loving His other born slav

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    (educator)’. For, ‘uwaysî’ m

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    more unbecoming will be the ecstati

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    his statement. If the person who ha

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    with the absolutely real being woul

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    Even if I cannot get hold of your s

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    ta’âlâ, they have transcended t

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    will never come into being, and som

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    ’âlam of symbols and appearances

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    is not eternal, adam will not be et

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    is amazing about this ma’rifat (s

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    41 - SECOND VOLUME, FORTY-FIFTH LET

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    with Allâhu ta’âlâ. Question:

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    are atributes, all of which stay in

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