Tag: sunnah

I have a million rands to bust

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Ever find yourself in a parking lot? Look around and you will see a larnie in sunglasses in the latest metallic 4X4 Merc, a smiling working class aunty in an old 1990 model Toyota Corolla, a meticulous youngster in the latest Golf 5, a carpenter with his step ladder on top of his Station Wagon and a Maulana with 12 children in a dented Camry!

All of them have cars, but their levels of income are different.

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Dont ask “What”, ask “Why”

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For what is happening in the world, locally and abroad, we turn to SABC, CNN and BBC. For why its happening, we turn to QSC – Qur’an and Sunnah Channel. In fact, QSC has an additional feature that no other satellite station has: it has a “future fast forward” button that tells us what will happen in the near future as well as the far future. What we see now on SABC, CNN and BBC, QSC already showed it millions of years ago, so let us rather tune in to the real divine station, not the biased and inaccurate earthly ones.

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KFC or Khuri Kitchri

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We were seated in a five-star restaurant surrounded with all types of delectable dishes. For starters, we had shish kebab, aloo paratha, paapad, and corn soup. Not sure with what dish to start with, someone piped up: “What dish is Sunnat to eat first?” The question caught us all off-guard. A lively debate then followed as to whether it’s sunnat to eat the dessert before or after the meal.  Whilst all this was going on, someone who had some free airtime decided to phone Shaikh Mithai who shocked everyone with his answer: “Never mind when to have dessert, our Noble Master, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was never lavish in his meals. He never had a two-course meal ever in his life; at times, days would pass and no food was cooked in his home. His bread was made of course barley and at times of severe hunger, he would tie stones on his blessed belly. His simplicity was such that he preferred picking up the dates from the ground, rather then shaking the branches of the tree to make the fresh fruit fall upon him. His sunnat was hunger and his table was the floor.”

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A delightful day in the Daulah

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Humanity today stands at the dawn of a new age: an age of crumbling superpowers and tumbling economics. An age of uprising against tyrants, resistance against injustice and exposing of traitors. It’s an age where misinformation technology and media propaganda is backfiring upon those who promote it, an age when our open enemies, hidden enemies, open hypocrites, secret hypocrites, and collaborating hypocrites are being exposed day by day. It’s an age where old ideologies have become rusted and are being replaced, the bloods of millions of innocent Muslims are being avenged, the myth of the invincibility of our enemies broken, and the Will of our Creator is being implemented. Indeed, we are standing on the horizon of a great change, and change is always bloody.

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