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Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Second Fascicle

Translations of letters from Imam-i Rabbani's Maktubat and Sayyid Abdulhakim Arwasi's books. Subjects include kinds of hadiths, justice, qada, qadar, madhhabs, bid'ats, fiqh, shafa'at, corrupt religions, Islam&Science and various aspects of sufism.

Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Second

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 2 Se’âdet-i Ebediyye Endless Bliss SECOND FASCICLE Hüseyn Hilmi Iş›k Sixteenth 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 MARCH-2014

  • Page 2 and 3: NOTE The Turkish original of the bo
  • Page 4 and 5: We see that all living and nonlivin
  • Page 6 and 7: years. He pitied me, and so generou
  • Page 8 and 9: CONTENTS OF SECOND FASCICLE Chapter
  • Page 10 and 11: 36 False Religions. 281 37 Hurûfî
  • Page 12 and 13: who love and follow him! May Allâh
  • Page 14 and 15: deeds. [He has eight attributes, wh
  • Page 16 and 17: Hasan Esh’arî, one of the savant
  • Page 18 and 19: display His names and attributes”
  • Page 20 and 21: stupidity. Disbelievers trust thems
  • Page 22 and 23: suffices to indicate that they are
  • Page 24 and 25: which they acquired through kashf;
  • Page 26 and 27: will, His power, every moment so th
  • Page 28 and 29: say so; the fact, however is that t
  • Page 30 and 31: is inflicted for not believing them
  • Page 32 and 33: that would be unsuitable. For, our
  • Page 34 and 35: Prophets ‘’alaihi wa ’alaihim
  • Page 36 and 37: Munkar and Nakîr will come and que
  • Page 38 and 39: facts are declared clearly in the Q
  • Page 40 and 41: Prophethood and the knowledge in th
  • Page 42 and 43: According to this faqir ‘rahmatul
  • Page 44 and 45: necessary to perform it. This means
  • Page 46 and 47: the âyat whose meaning we have wri
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  • Page 50 and 51: avoid saying ‘disbelievers’ abo
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    They have been doing as they unders

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    In namâz the Qur’ân should be r

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    to mention Allah’s name aloud. Th

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    into playing and amusement [by sing

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    that those who grew up in mountains

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    announced. It is understood that in

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    language did not have these words;

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    In one age, Allâhu ta’âlâ reve

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    4 — JUSTICE, WISDOM, ÎMÂN, QAD

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    knowledge. It does not shock or con

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    thing is not compatible with justic

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    A DEFINITION of WISDOM Wisdom (’a

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    started. They would not do anything

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    pertaining to the next world, which

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    ÎMÂN Sir! At the beginning of you

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    ijtihâd in those tenets of belief

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    and doctors, who had fell into phil

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    city. There has to be a religious s

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    (time).” Magians are among the Sa

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    thirteenth letter by Mazhar-i Jân-

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    knowledge that explains the Kalimat

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    people. Giving these books of their

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    them it will be admitted. If it doe

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    At one place in your letter you wri

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    From the beginning of Sarwar-i ’

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    Jalâladdîn-i Suyûti, author of t

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    ook) Latâif-ul-minan says that Sha

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    The hadîth about the wives of Ibr

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    In this garden there are no roses o

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    6— Hadîth-i mutawâtir: Hadîths

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    meaning or any of the conditions of

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    It is written in the book Mawdû’

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    only for the world gets only what i

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    8 — FIRST VOLUME, 76th LETTER Thi

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    or property left.” He stated, “

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    this small effort means to follow P

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    faith, which is a great blessing. F

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    the world, are in fact worldly men.

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    12 — FIRST VOLUME, 47th LETTER Th

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    his help while he could help will b

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    13 — FIRST VOLUME, 45th LETTER Th

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    this month, also those bosses who f

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    lowest and the worst of creatures.

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    were sins rather than acts of thank

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    17 — FIRST VOLUME, 51st LETTER Th

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    Other religions are not so. All oth

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    wants to be a partner with Allâhu

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    20 — SECOND VOLUME, 25th LETTER T

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    their graves. We should not deny th

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    executed during turmoil or commotio

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    22 — SECOND VOLUME, 23rd LETTER T

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    committed. They should not tolerate

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    through heart and considered great,

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    from those which are definitely har

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    commandments of Islam and relishing

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    company. Tezkiya of the nafs is man

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    27 — FIRST VOLUME, 97th LETTER Th

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    parts. The first one is to learn th

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    their successors had such high îm

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    29 — FIRST VOLUME, 80th LETTER Th

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    Qur’ân al-kerîm and from hadît

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    slandering the Qur’ân al-kerîm.

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    ’Abdurrasûl-i Barzanjî. 5— Th

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    27— Manâqib-i Chihâr yâr-i ghu

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    expressed so well. Its translation

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    person who does so will gradually b

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    Qâmûs-ul-a’lâm: “Flowing in

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    uniting together or breaking apart

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ has made other t

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    Sahabî, and to add ‘rahmatullâh

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    hundred and ninety-eighth page of t

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    “Allâhumma innî urîdu an ujadd

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    33— FIQH, MADHHAB, IMÂM-I A’ZA

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    zakât, ’ushr, jizya and kharâj.

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    have to learn branches of ’uqûb

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    of the Salaf-i sâlihîn, and by ma

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    were Sahâbîs. He learned the scie

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    about me, likewise I boast about Ab

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    I visit his grave every day. When I

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    A.H. Some fifty thousand people per

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    sherîf, ‘The ’ulamâ of my Umm

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    With a doleful heart and nightmaris

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    34— WAHHÂBÎS AND THE ANSWER OF

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    same report that these stones were

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    Ma’rûf-i Karkhî and also writte

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    graves would become a disbeliever,

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    slaves of Allâhu ta’âlâ, we ge

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    intermediation.” After his deceas

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    easts and thieves. It is permissibl

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    kerîm will not go down their throa

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    also explains in detail that the or

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    eceiving fayd from souls. They call

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    It is written in the book entitled

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    For this reason visiting graves had

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    in mixed groups where women show th

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    fought in 1205 [1791 A.D.]. In thos

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    place, and perhaps would be ashamed

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    who are harâm for a man to marry t

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    in number versus the infinite numbe

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    After all the Sahâba died, the îm

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    the fourth part of the first volume

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    what the leader of the Madhhab said

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    They exist at number 525 in the Izm

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    the end of the world, and these rul

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    Allâhu ’alaihi wa sallam’ Sunn

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    our age, are necessary,” is not r

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    used to destroy the Muslims’ worl

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    the Shiites. They are called Wahhâ

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    Muslim). If a person does not belie

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    that it is fard to perform namâz,

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    with no such knowledge to interpret

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    The eighth of the forty hadîth-i-s

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    all Believers, it will be very good

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    graves and their hearts to the dead

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    It is written in Sharh-i maqâsid:

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    hundred thousand Bahâîs and died

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    in the hands of the Britons, Hakîm

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    Ahmad Qâdiyânî is a Tatar, a mem

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    The true imitators of the Malâmîs

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    6— ISMÂ’ÎLIYYA: It is written

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    and to say that they do not exit wi

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    Iraqi army. He partook in the wars

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    great link in al-Imâm al-a’zam A

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    al-fu’âd min danis-il-i’tiqâd

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    sherîf, and how he plays tricks! T

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    the Ahl as-sunnat. The increase in

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    also immune from the abovementioned

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    to spread his wrong and heretical i

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    ight way and that you were performi

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    that “Allâhu ta’âlâ has dire

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    written by Ishâq Efendi of Tokad s

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    that most of the people who read J

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    all true Muslims. They live in frat

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    one of the employees of the telegra

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    proximity to the Bektâshî order.

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    The fortunate minority that has obt

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    party. Socialist currents began wit

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    prohibited. It was treated as an ac

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    collective farms and State farms. T

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    economical disasters. The more they

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    the healthy souls with the spiritua

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    to spread his enmity against Islam.

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    that the East was absorbed in and o

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    communist-souled chiefs, and thus t

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    “The most benevolent, the highest

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    s-salâm’ life, moral qualities a

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    freedom of idea. Each Muslim is mor

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    which this ignorant, eccentric writ

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    “3. Adherence to traditions and s

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    who, upon the rapid increase in cas

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    40— WHY AND HOW WERE MUSLIMS MADE

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    as the Fâtimîs, Rasûlîs, or Wah

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    “The Turks are intelligent, and s

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    weapons, it has spread over the wor

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    950— The right to buy the propert

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    people of each century have believe

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    scientific methods. He wrote almost

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    scientific way to experimental know

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    Zoologic, which he published in 180

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    was the closest to man. [See the th

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    Sultan ’Abdulhamîd Khân II, pro

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    politicians acknowledge their admir

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    The passages above have been taken

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    manners dictated by Allâhu ta’â

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    the other hand, the hadîth-i-sher

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    So is the case with learning the ac

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    dressing yourself, you must have in

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    greatness of Allâhu ta’âlâ inf

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    the fourteenth page of the book ent

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    less this dear child with the path

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    wrath. However, man’s nafs does n

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    themselves, and others as well. Tha

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    Hakîkat Kitâbevi (The blessed boo

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    hadrat: title of respect used befor

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    BOOKS PUBLISHED BY HAK‹KAT K‹TA

Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss First Fascicle
Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Third Fascicle
Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Fifth Fascicle
3-Endless Bliss Third Fascicle - Hakikat Kitabevi
Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Fourth Fascicle
Seadet-i Ebediyye - Endless Bliss Sixth Fascicle
Belief and Islam
Islam and Christianity
Confessions of a British Spy and British Enmity Against Islam
Islams Reformers
Advice for the Muslim
The Proof of Prophethood
Why Did They Become Muslims
The Sunni Path