29 November 2011

bayanat/books about Muharram,Qarbala

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Please see our website www.attablig.com or click HERE for new Bayanat/books about Muharram and Qarbala by various Uleema e Kiram

27 November 2011

new volume of naat " Gilafe qaaba" by mufti anas yunus

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we added new volume of naat " Gilafe qaaba" by mufti anas yunus in naat/nazam folder.
so please visit our website www.attablig.com and then naat/nazam folder in navigation menu and then scroll down to listen/download it

                         Vol 9 - Gilafe Qaaba

 Hai dunya aajkal weeran
 naddanko is baat ka bilkul nahi pata
 Ghilaafe kabah
 Teri surat pe hoon qurbaan
 Sukun se mahroom
 siddiqe akbar ki tu hai beti
 Apni khilqat pe kar ghaur
 Teri soorat pe hoon qurbaan-2

Exclusive : First Video Appearance Of Hazrat Haji Abdul Wahab Damat Barakatuhum

First Video Appearance Of Haji Abdul Wahab Damat Barakatuhum (Ameer Tableeghi Jamaat Pakistan) while meeting Sheikh Muhammad Ibrahim Al-Shukra in Jordan 24 May 2011.

26 November 2011

new updates

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plz see our website www.attablig.com for  new updates of

Shaikh Hanif Luharwi(d.b) Do tarah k insan(aag wale aur baag wale)  25-11-2011
Mufti Khalil Kawiwala(d.b)  Tafsir e Surah Baqarah - Ruku 8  25-11-2011
Mufti Khalil Kawiwala(d.b) Gumbajwali masjid-Haripura,Surat 25-11-2011
Shaikh Hanif Luharwi(d.b)  Bodhan 24-11-2011
Mufti Taqi Usmani(d.b)
Tafseer S.Qaariyah-5(Ikhlaase Niyat Aamaal Ko Wazni Krti He)
Shaikh Hanif Luharwi(d.b)
Ahlo ayal per kharch krne ki fazilat (darse hadis) 22-11-2011

18 November 2011

Live Raiwind Ijtimaa

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Raiwand Annual tabligi ijtema part 1 is now starting.so listen now all bayanat of ijtema on
(to see schedule of ijtema,plz visit  http://alittehaad.org/ regularly)

13 November 2011

new talks of cricketors about dawat- tablig

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plz see these new talks of cricketors about tablig

11 November 2011

2 new mushairah

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plz see mushairah page in our website www.attablig.com for 2 new mushairah of
Majid Deobandi
Imran Pratapgarhi

09 November 2011

new updates

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plz see our website www.attablig.com for  new updates of

Mo.Sajjad Nomani(d.b)  Raahe ishq w wafa nahi he aasan  30-10-2011(MUST)
Qari Ahmed ali(d.b)   Jogwad 25-10-2011
M.Juned  Bayan on eidul adha - Yatimkhana masjid,Surat
Qari Ahmed ali(d.b)  Ahmedabad 28-10-2011
Qari Ahmed ali(d.b)  Varyav  27-10-2011
Qari Ahmed ali(d.b)   Zanpa Bazar,Surat 14-11-2011
Qari Ahmed ali(d.b)   Kosad 11-10-2011
M.Juned Ashra e zilhajj k aamal  04-11-2011

05 November 2011

The Sunnah’s of Eid

The Sunnah’s of Eid

1. To awaken earlier than usual

2. To brush the teeth with Miswaak

3. To have a bath (Ghusl)

4. To be well dressed in an Islamic manner

5. To be dressed in one’s best clothes (Doesn’t necessarily have to be new)

Care should be taken that we do not incur debts or transgress the limits of modesty on the clothes we purchase and wear on Eid day as is seen in Muslim communities of today. Many of our brothers are seen with unsuitable haircuts and inappropriate clothing imitating the kufaar and many of sisters are seen dressed provocatively attracting unwanted attention and the gaze of strange men upon them. What would happen if we were to die in such a state? We should adopt modesty in everyday of our loves and should never imitate the kufaar in anyway. May Allah save us from this evil. Ameen

6. To use Attar (Perfume)

7. To perform Eid Salah at the Eidgah (An open ground)

8. Avoid eating before Eid Salah on the day of Eid ul Adha and to eat an odd number of dates or anything sweet on the day of Eid ul Fitr

9. To go to the place of Eid Salah early

10. To walk to the place of Eid Salah (If it is within walking distance because every step is reward)

11. To read aloud
“Takbeerat” on the way to the place of prayer for Eid-ul-Adha and silently for Eid-ul-Fitr:

“Allaahu Akbar Allaahu Akbar Laa ilaaha illallaahu Wallaahu Akbar walillaahil hamd”.

12. To use different routes to and from the place of Eid Salaah

13. To frequently read the takbeers (Loudly for Eid Ul Adha and softly for Eid ul Fitr)

14. To pray the Eid-Ul-Fitr prayer later and the Eid-ul-Adha earlier.

15. To read two rak’ahs Waajib Salaatul Eidain without any Adhaan or Iqaamah

16. It is forbidden to pray Nafil prayer before or after the prayer.

17. To read the two rak’ahs Nafl prayer on reaching home.

18. During Eid Salaah, in the first rak’ah, Rasulallah
would recite Surah Ala (no. 87) and Suratul Ghathia (No. 8 in the second rak’ah.

19. Reciting these Sura’s in the Eid prayer should not be regarded as obligatory for other Sura’s may also be recited.

20. When Rasulallah
completed the prayer of Salaatul Eidain he would stand facing the people who were seated in their rows and deliver a khutba issuing instructions and commanding them to do good. If he intended to send an army he did so and likewise issued any special orders he wished to.

21. The Khutba was delivered after the Eid Salaah

22. During both the khutba’s of Eid Rasulallah
used to recite the Takbeerat frequently

23. The khutba of both Eids are Sunnah but to listen to them is Waajib. It is totally prohibited (Haraam) to walk around, talk or even read Salaah whilst the khutba is in progress.

24. To shake hands and hug one another on happy occasions is Mubaah (permissible). The general principle of a Mubaah act is not to regard the act as compulsory as that projects a wrong image of Deen. Furthermore, people should not regard the meeting on the day of Eid as compulsory and an inseparable part of the occasion.

(SUNNATS, Mufti E. M. H. Salejee pg 89, 90)

25. The greeting on Eid: Jabyr ibn Nufayr said: 'When the companions of Allah's Messenger met on the day of Eid, they would say to each other, 'Taqaballahu minna wa mink (May Allah accept from us and you)."

[Al Mahamiliyyat; hasan isnad; see Fath ul Bari 2:446]

Article about eid by Shaykh Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullah

Eid ul fitr and eid ul adha
By Shaykh Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullah

The Night of ‘Īd

The nights of both ‘Īds are described in the hadīth as amongst the great and sacred nights in the Muslim calendar. To remain awake on the nights of ‘Īd and perform ‘ibādah is a source of great virtue and reward.
1. Abū ‘Umārah radhiyallāhu anhu relates that Rasūlullāh sallāllahu ‘alayhi wasallam said:
Whoever stays awake and performs ‘ibādah on the night of the two ‘Īds, with hope for abundant reward (from Allāh ta’ālā), his heart will not die on the day (i.e. Qiyāmah) when all hearts will be dead. (Targhīb)
2. Mu‘ādh Ibn Jabal radhiyallāhu anhu relates that Rasūlullāh sallāllahu ‘alayhi wasallam said:
Jannah is wājib (incumbent) for those who stay awake with the intention of making ‘ibādah on the following nights: 8th, 9th, 10th, of Dhul Hijjah, the night of ‘Īd-ul-Fitr and the night of the 15th of Sha‘bān. (Targhīb)
3. Imām Shafi‘ī rahimahullāh said: “Du‘ās are answered on the nights of Friday (the night between Thursday and Friday), the nights before the two ‘Īds and the 15th night of Sha‘bān.”

Sunnats of the Day of ‘Īd
1. To rise early.
2. To clean the teeth with miswāk.
3. To have a masnūn bath.
4. To dress in one’s best garments in an Islamic manner.
5. To use ‘itr (apply fragrance).
6. To eat dates or any other sweets before going for the ‘Īd-ul Fitr Salāh.
7. To go early for ‘Īd Salāh.
8. To go walking for ‘Īd Salāh.
9. To read the Takbīrāt of Tashrīq in a low voice while going for the ‘Īd Salāh.

Allāhu akbar Allāhu akbar lā ilāha illallāhu wallāhu akbar
Allāhu akbar wa lillāhil hamd

10. To use different routes to and from the place of ‘Īd Salāh.

Mas’alah: It is harām to fast on the 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th of Dhul Ḥijjah, (i.e. on ‘Īd-ul-Ad’hā and three days after) and the day of ‘Īd-ul-Fitr.

The Method of ‘Īd Salāh
1. Make niyyah (intention) of performing two raka‘āts wājib of ‘Īd-ul-Fitr behind the imām, with six wājib takbīr.
2. The first takbīr in the first rak‘ah is the takbīr tahrīmah which is followed by three wājib takbīr. Raise your hands to the ears in all four takbīr (saying the takbīr). However, after the first takbīr fold the hands under the navel and read thanā (sub’hānakallāhumma...). Thereafter, in the following two takbīr raise the hands up to the ears and drop them on the sides and after the fourth takbīr fold them again.
3. The imām will recite Sūrah-al-Fātihah and another sūrah and go into rukū‘ and sajdah etc. as usual.
4. In the second rak‘ah, after the recitation and before rukū‘ another three takbīr will be called. In all three takbīr raise the hands to the ears and drop them on the sides and go into rukū‘ when the fourth takbīr is called.
NOTE: Four takbīr are said together in each rak‘ah; at the beginning of the first rak‘ah and before going into rukū‘ in the second rak‘ah. The easy method of remembering when to drop the hands and when to fold is mentioned hereunder:
(a) Remember the following words: Fold, drop, drop, fold, for the first rak‘ah and drop, drop, drop, rukoo‘, for the second rak‘ah.
(b) Or keep the following general rule in mind: when there is something to be recited after a takbīr; the hands should be folded and when nothing is to be recited the hands are to be dropped to the sides.
Mas’alah: It is makrūh to offer any salāh in the masjid where the ‘Īd Salāh is to be performed, before or after the ‘Īd Salāh.
Mas’alah: It is also makrūh to perform any ṣalāh at home before the ‘Īd Salāh, but it is not makrūh after the ‘Īd Salāh. Hence, we should not perform nafl Salāh such as Ishrāq on ‘Īd day.
Mas’alah: If anyone missed the ‘Īd Salāh then he cannot offer it individually.
Mas’alah: Khutbah after the ‘Īd Salāh is sunnah. However, the listening of the khutbah is wājib.
Mas’alah: If anyone joins the ‘Īd Salāh after the imām has said the three takbīr in the first rak‘ah he should say his three takbīr immediately. If he joins while the imām is in rukū‘, then if he feels and has strong hope that he will say three takbīr and join the imām in rukū‘ then he should complete the takbīr before going into rukū‘. Otherwise he should join the imām in rukū‘ and say the three takbīr instead of the tasbīḥ of rukū‘.
NOTE: Whilst saying the takbīr in rukū‘, he should not raise his hands.
NOTE: If the imām rises from rukū‘ before one’s takbīr are completed, one should also rise with the imām and his takbīr will be remitted for him.
Mas’alah: If anyone missed the first rak‘ah and joined the imām in the second rak‘ah, he should say the three takbīr of the first rak‘ah after the recitation when he gets up to complete the missed rak‘ah. 
Mas’alah: If anyone joined the imām in the second rak‘ah after rukū‘, then he should perform two raka‘āts as mentioned above.

02 November 2011

very important lectures by shaikh A.rahim limbada(d.b)

asssalamu alaikum
plz  see these very important lectures by 
shaikh A.rahim limbada(d.b)

1. Adab: A forgotten sunnah of seeking knowledge 


 2. Is combining the salahs allowed? 


3. Are there differences in the salah of men and women? 


4. Ruqya, Ta'weez, Amulets and Shirk