Khilafat ala minhaj ul Nabuwat

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The Sun Will Never Set in The Islamic State

Mention of the Khilafah ruling system (i.e. the Islamic state) in the past few decades has evoked some strange reactions. Some have seen the “Khilafah al-Rashida” as either a fictional or a romantic story. They see the period of Khilafah under Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman and Ali (ra) as a utopian ideal, the likes of which we will never see again. Many see the period of Khilafah after that with the hollywood-type images of flying carpets, hareems, gluttonous sultans and ravaging armies. The stark fact is that the Khilafah was a reality, for 1342 years, whose presence was felt by the entire world. The reality is that the Khilafah has existed and, with the help of Allah (swt) and our resolve in the work to return to it, it will exist again.
Indeed, the Islamic state was a tangible reality under which people lived and thrived for more than thirteen centuries. It was by no means a figment of imagination. Peoples and nations lived under its wing in dignity and security. The State went through various phases and ruled over many peoples before it was destroyed by the colonialists seventy years ago, on 3 March 1924. From that time it ceased to exist. Since then, the kaffir colonial powers (especially Britain and France), through their relentless lies and propaganda, have tried to erase it entirely from our memories. This approach led to some so called intellectuals becoming convinced that the era of the Islamic Khilafah is a thing of the past and that the return to Islam would be a backward move – “going back to the camel” became a repeated slogan. They echoed for their western friends by claiming that we now live the era of progress and revival – things which are not compatible with the Khilafah. We therefore took the bait and began talking about the Khilafah as being merely part of our former glories. Some wept over its loss without moving a finger to bring it back to the world stage because they saw it as part of a glorious history but an anachronism in today’s fast moving, space age environment.

The evidences about the establishment of Khilafat again, from the Qur’an and the Sunnah are numerous.

Evidences from the Qur’an

As for the evidences from the Qur’an: Allah (SWT) says:
[9:33] “It is He Who has sent His Messenger with the Guidance and the deen of Truth to dominate over all other deens even though the disbelievers detest it”.
This holy verse informs us that insh’Allah the future belongs to Islam, for it will dominate and rule over all other deens and peoples. Some of us may think that this has actually been achieved in the lifetime of the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) and that of the Khulafah’ after him. This is not the case. For what has actually been achieved is only a part of this true promise. Another evidence is reflected in Allah’s (SWT) saying:
[An-Noor – 55] “Allah has promised, those among you who believe and work righteous deeds, that He will, indeed, grant them inheritance of power in the earth, as He granted it to those before them; that He will establish in authority their deen, which He has chosen for them, and that He will change their state, after the fear in which they lived in, to one of security and peace. They will worship Me alone and not associate anything with Me, and those who do reject the Faith after this, they would be the rebellious and the wicked.”

This generous verse represents the promise of Allah (SWT) to bestow power and establish in authority those from the Ummah of Muhammad (PBUH) who have believed and performed good deeds. This would be anytime and anywhere, and not specifically in the time of the Sahaba, as some may assume.
Imam Abdullah Al-Qurtubi wrote in his book entitled Al-Jami’i Li Ahkam Al-Qur’an in commentary about this verse the following: “It is safely correct to say that the verse applies to the Ummah of Muhammad in general, for the specification does not take place unless the conveyor (i.e. the prophet) informs us about it; and what is known to be the rule, is to always adhere to the generality.”
Imam Al-Shawkani wrote about this verse in his book entitled Fath-ul-Qadeer chapter 4 page 74, the following: “This is a promise from Allah (SWT) to those who believed in Allah and performed good deeds, that He will grant them authority over the whole world, as He did grant it to former nations. This promise applies to the whole of the Ummah, it has been claimed that the promise was specific to the Sahaba, but there is no proof to substantiate such a claim, for the belief and the performing of good deeds is not restricted among the Sahaba, but open to every individual from among the Ummah.”

Evidences from the Sunnah

As for the evidence from the Sunnah, several Ahadith have been reported, outlining the extent to which the dominance, the spread and the might of this deen will stretch. These sayings of the last Messenger to humanity, Muhammad (SAW), leave no room for doubt that the future belongs to Islam, insh’Allah.

Imam Ahmad extracted on the authority of Al-Nu’man Ibnu Bashir (R) who said: We were sitting in the mosque with the Messenger of Allah (PBUH), and Bashir was a man who used to follow his Hadith (PBUH). Then Abu Tha’alaba Al-Khashni came and said: O Bashir, do you recall the Hadith of the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) about the Amirs? Upon this Huthayfa said: I do recall his speech. So Abu Tha’alaba sat down and then Huthayfa said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: The prophecy will remain among you for as long as Allah wills, then Allah will lift it when He wishes to, then it will be a Khilafah Rashida (rightly guided) on the method of the prophecy, it will remain for as long as Allah wills, then Allah will lift it if He wishes, then it will be a hereditary leadership which will remain for as long as Allah wills, then He will lift it if he wishes, then it will be a tyrannic rule, and it will remain so for as long as Allah wills, then He will lift it if He wishes, then it will be a Khilafah Rashida on the method of the prophecy, then he kept silent. (Musnad of Imam Ahmad 4/273).

In the book of Ibnu Asakir entitled the “Great history of Damascus”, Yunis Ibnu Maysara Ibnu Halbas is reported to have said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: This rule (i.e. the Khilafah) will be after me in Madina, then in Al-Sham, then in the peninsula, then in Iraq, then in Madina, then in Bayt Al-Maqdis (Al-Quds), and when the rule is established in Al-Quds, that would be its place, and thereafter nobody will be able to remove it.

In the book entitled Kinz-ul-Ummal 14/252, it is reported that Abu Umayra Al-Mazani said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: There will be a Baya’a of guidance in Bayt Al-Maqdis.

Ahmad in his Musnad (5/288), Abu Dawood in his Sunan No 2535 and Al-Hakim in Al-Mustadrak extracted the following Hadith: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: When the Khilafah comes to the holy land, this would mean that the earthquakes, the calamities and the major events are imminent, and that the Hour will then be nearer to people than my hand is to your head.

An-Nawawi in his book entitled Sharhu (explanation of) Muslim (18/38-39) and in the Musnad of Imam Ahmad 3/317 the following Hadith was reported on the authority of Jabir: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: Among the last generation of my Ummah, there will be a Khaleefah who will scatter the money without counting it. In another report the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: When the end of the world is near, there will be a Khaleefah who would divide the money without counting it.

In the Sahih Bukhari, (the book of Al-I’tisam, chapter 10), and in the book of An-Nawawi (Sharhu Muslim 193/2) the following Hadith was reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: There will always be a group of my Ummah, who will fight for the truth and who will be prominent till the day of Judgement.

The following Hadith was extracted by Muslim in his Sahih according to Sharhu An-Nawawi (chapter 18 page 13), Abu Dawood in his Sunan (Hadith 4252), Al-Tirmithi chapter 2 page 27), Ibnu Maja (2952) and Ahmad’s Musnad (chapter 5 pages 278 & 284) and Al-Hakim in Al-Mustadrak (4/479), on the authority of Thawban: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: Verily Allah has cornered (i.e. gathered together) the earth for me, so I saw its eastern and its western parts. And verily the authority of my Ummah will reach the parts of the earth which have been shown to me.

In the Musnad of Imam Ahmad 2/176, and that of Al-Darimi (chapter 1 page 126), and in Al-Mustadrak of Al-Hakim (3/422) the following Hadith was extracted on the authority of Abu Qabil who said: “We were at Abdullah Ibnu Amr Ibnul A’as, and he was asked: Which of the two cities would be conquered first, Constantinople or Rome? So Abdullah asked for a box to be brought, and from it he took out a book and then said: We were once gathered around the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) writing, and he (PBUH) was asked: Which of the two cities would be conquered first, Constantinople or Rome? The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) replied: The city of Heraclius will be conquered first (meaning Constantinople)”.
The first conquest mentioned in the Hadith has already been achieved, i.e the conquest of Constantinople, under the leadership of the Ottoman Caliph Muhammad Al-Fatih.

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A lesson from history – wake-up call for Muslims

Golda Meir – Israel’s Prime Minister


In 1973 the war between Arabs and Israel was about to start. Meanwhile an American Senator visited Israel on a special mission. He was chief of the Senate Armed Services Committee. A meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir was arranged immediately.

Golda Meir welcomed him into her home, like any common housewife welcoming a family guest. She took him to the kitchen. While seating him at the kitchen dining table, she went over to prepare tea for the guest.

As the water was kept for boiling, she came over and sat on a chair near the dining table. She opened the discussion regarding planes, missiles, and guns. In the course of negotiations, she got the aroma of the brew.

She prepared two cups of tea, and offered one cup to the Senator, and another to an American guard who was standing at the gate. On returning, she came back, continued talking with the Senator. After a discussion they settled the arms deal. In the meantime, she stood up, collected all the cups, and turned to senator and said “I agree to this deal. You can send your secretary to my secretary for written deal”.

It may be remembered that Israel at that time was facing a serious economic crisis, but the huge arms deal was settled by Meir with the greatest of ease in the history of Israel. It was quite astonishing that earlier, the Israeli cabinet had rejected the same deal, because they thought it would be so costly, that the whole nation would have to make do with a single meal a day, for years to come.

Meir knew about their stand, and said, “Your doubts are well founded, but if we win this war, and defeat the Arabs, history will remember us as the victors, and in history, once a community is know as the victor, it forgets how many eggs they ate and how many times they had food. Whether there was jam, honey, butter on the table, and how many holes they had in their shoes. Or whether the sheaths of their swords were new or old! A conqueror is a conqueror.”

Based on Meir’s solid logic, the Israeli cabinet approved the deal. Later it was proved that the decision taken by Meir was right, and the whole world witnessed the Jews knocking on the doors of the Arabs with this artillery. A war took place, and the Arabs faced a shameful defeat at the hands of an old lady.

After a gap of one decade after the war, a reporter of the Washington Post interviewed Meir, asking “Was the logic you had in your mind for the arms was spur of the moment decision or you had had an advance strategy?”

Meir’s reply was very surprising.

She answered, “I got this logic from the prophet (of the Muslims) Mohammed (peace be upon him). When I was a student, my favorite topic was comparative study of religions. Those days I studied the life of Mohammed (PBUH). One author stated that when Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) died, there was not enough money to buy oil for a lamp, his wife (Ayesha Siddiqua) mortgaged his battle shield to buy oil, yet there were nine swords hung on the wall of his house.

When I read this account, it occurred to me- how many people in the world would have known about the worst economic condition of Islamic state? But everyone recognizes them as conquerors of half the world. So I decided that I would buy arms at any cost; even if we would have to starve or to live in camps instead of buildings, but we would prove ourselves as the victor”.

Meir revealed this secret, but requested the interviewer to keep it “off the record”, and refrain from publishing it, because if she referred to Prophet Mohammed, the Jews would have revolted against her and the Muslim position would have strengthened.

Over the time, world situation changed. Golda Meir died. By this time the interviewer had given up the profession of journalism. Meanwhile another correspondent was busy interviewing 20 famous American journalists. In connection with this, he met the journalist who had interviewed Meir as a representative of the Washington Post.

In this interview, he recounted the story of Meir that drew on the life of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH).

He said he was not ashamed to tell the story. Further, he said, “After this incident I studied the history of Islam, and was astonished to know about the savoir-faire of Arabs. Because I learn t that Tariq bin Ziyad conquered Spain through Gibraltar, while more than half his army did not have complete suit of clothes. They subsisted for 72 hours at time on water and dried bread.

It was then that the interviewer agreed with Meir’s view that history counts victory; it does not count the eggs, jams and butter on the table.”

When the interview with Meir was published, the whole world learned of this entire story.

This astonishing incident is history’s wake-up call to the Muslims of the world. It teaches them a lesson; it reveals how 14 centuries ago, a shepherd, clad in a cloak and worn-out shoes became the leader of the world, and conquered four continents.

Could enormous castles, grand palaces, magnificent gardens, splendid clothes, adorned rest places of silk and sleepless, gold silver, boxes, gems and jewels, spread of savory dishes and the jingle of coins save them? The locust-swarm of Tartar forces did not reach the palace of Musta’sim Billah by trampling over Baghdad. What a terrible and astonishing scene it was in the history of Islam, when Musta’sim Billah was bound in chains, standing like a prisoner before Halaku Khan (grandson of Changiz Khan). And at mealtime, Halaku Khan ate in simple plates, but offered plates of gems and precious metals to Caliph Musta’sim Billah, mocking “Eat from these diamonds, gems, gold and precious metals you have collected!” There stood the Sovereign of Baghdad, helplessness, powerless, lonely, destitute, saying, “How can I eat gold?” Halaku Khan replied, “Then why you have collected all this silver and gold?”

The Muslim, whose religion calls on him to make arms and rear horses, had no reply. Halaku Khan glanced at the palace doors and windows, asking, “Why did you not make iron arrows by melting these iron nets? Why did you collect these diamonds instead of paying money to your soldiers, so they could fight bravely against my forces?”

“It was the will of Allah”, replied the grieved Caliph.

The arrogant Halaku shot back, “Whatever is now going to happen with you is also God’s wish”.

Then Halaku covered Musta’sim Billah in a cloak and crushed him under the hooves of horses, and proceeded to make a graveyard of Baghdad.

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گراں جو مجھ پہ یہ ہنگامہ زمانہ ہوا

جہاں سے باندھ کے رخت سفر روانہ ہوا

قیود شام وسحر میں بسر تو کی لیکن

نظام کہنہ عالم سے آشنا نہ ہوا

فرشتے بزم رسالت میں لے گئے مجھ کو

حضور آیہ رحمت میں لے گئے مجھ کو

کہا حضور نے ، اے عندلیب باغ حجاز!

کلی کلی ہے تری گرمی نوا سے گداز

ہمیشہ سرخوش جام ولا ہے دل تیرا

فتادگی ہے تری غیرت سجود نیاز

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سکھائی تجھ کو ملائک نے رفعت پرواز

نکل کے باغ جہاں سے برنگ بو آیا

ہمارے واسطے کیا تحفہ لے کے تو آیا؟

حضور! دہر میں آسودگی نہیں ملتی

تلاش جس کی ہے وہ زندگی نہیں ملتی

ہزاروں لالہ و گل ہیں ریاض ہستی میں

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