Letter of Ameer-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat

بِسْمِ اللّٰہِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِیْم

From: Sag-e-Madinah, Muhammad Ilyas Attar Qadiri Razavi عُـفِیَ عَـنْـهُ

To: The Muballighah of Dawat-e-Islami

اَلسَّلَامُ عَلَیْکُمْ وَرَحْمَۃُ اللّٰہِ وَبَرَکَاتُہٗ

اَلْحَمْدُلِلّٰہِ رَبِّ الْعٰلَمِینَ عَلٰی کُلِّ حَال

مَا شَآءَ اللّٰہ, you and other Islamic sisters will be travelling with Maharim on 16th Zul-Hijjah-tul-Haraam, 1434 AH from Pakistan to Nepal to carry out Madani activities. May Allah make it a safe journey for all of you and save you from bitterness, mutual arguments and all other sins, and may He accept all your efforts. May Allah forgive all of you without accountability.

اٰمِيۡن   بِجَاهِ   النَّبِيِّ  الۡاَمِيۡن   صَلَّى  اللّٰهُ  عَلَيۡهِ وَاٰلِهٖ وَسَلَّم

It is requested to all to keep making Du’a for ‘my forgiveness without accountability’. Convey my Salam to the members of Madani Qafilah and also to the Islamic sisters of Nepal; get my Salaam conveyed to Islamic brothers. As per your wish, I have written 12 random Madani pearls:

1 While travelling from your home country, it’s a blessing to remember the journey of afterlife.

2 Doing Isar[1] [ایثار], earn great reward by giving priority to the comfort of others over your own, and by bearing hardships yourself for others’ comfort. The Holy Prophet صَلَّى اللّٰهُ عَلَيْهِ وَاٰلِهٖ وَسَلَّم has stated: Allah forgives the one who gives that thing to someone else which he needs himself. (Kanz-ul-‘Ummal, juz 15, vol. 7, pp. 332, Hadees 43105)

3 During travel, sometimes a person gets in a bad mood due to tiredness, and gets irritated. In such a situation, a person has to be very cautious about not causing trouble to others. Keep in mind that travelling with a Madani Qafilah for calling people to righteousness is a Mustahab act, but hurting a Muslim’s feelings is a Haraam act which leads to Hell.

4 If you happen to hurt someone unwillingly and in case it is your fault, you must not delay seeking repentance and forgiveness at all.

5 Preacher Islamic brothers and Islamic sisters who travel from Pakistan to other countries are usually the ideal personalities for those citizens; hence, you must be very careful lest those people perceive your carelessness as the ‘organisational policy’ which may adversely affect Madani activities permanently and you become responsible for its consequence.

6 Carry out Madani activities with zeal and enthusiasm. Make individual efforts extensively, and bring others close to Madani In’amaat and Madani Qafilahs wholeheartedly.

7 Travel with Madani Qafilah with an appropriate target of reciting the Holy Quran, doing Zikr, reciting Durood, and reading Islamic books.

8 Taking interest in amusement resorts and spectacular scenery of other countries may be harmful to Dawat-e-Islami. (It is possible that some locals may visit those places for their interest and make your act of doing so a proof for themselves.) Remember, as some people will be accounted for useless talk, some will also be accounted for unlawful gazing.

9 Do not unnecessarily indulge in acquiring information regarding business, house and shop rents, currency fluctuations, etc. of that country.

10 Don’t criticise their culture and civilization without a Shar’i need.

11 Asking for a loan, food, or something else can spoil your as well as your Dawat-e-Islami’s reputation.

12 After returning to your home country, you must keep contact with the locals of that country and keep motivating them to carry out Madani activities.

صَلُّوْا عَلَی الْحَبِیْب!                    صَلَّی اللہُ عَلٰی مُحَمَّد

وَ السَّلَام مَعَ الْاِکْرَام

طالبِ غمِ مدینہ و بقیع و مغفرت

دستخط ١٤ ذوالحجۃ الحرام ١٤٣٤ھ

[1] Preferring others’ needs to one’s own




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