Come thru, inshaAllah!
May My Soul be sacrificed for your soul, my beloved, my master Muhammad - peace and blessing upon you- !
روحي لروحك الفداء يا حبيبي يا سيدي محمد
lol wats happening?
Someone asked him "pray for Allah to curse the unbelievers." He said, "I was not sent to curse but as a Mercy''
Peace be upon him
Make dua for me please
come and find outOriginally Posted by Muhammad al-Ayyub
“To Allah we belong and to Him we shall return”
Obviously we would like to see everyone there, and that in it of itself has an unparalalled experience behind it. However for those who were unable to make it for whatever reason, we will be teleconferencing the entire event.
Please dial into the number mentioned below at 10:00am EST.
All the talks
will be teleconferenced (only brothers talks).
Participants should expect to lose the line at 12:55pm, 3:55pm, & 6:55pm. Atthose points, they will have to just call in 5 minutes later, i.e)
they call in at 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm and they will be able to access
the lines (Yes, this is an exact science)
Dial in to- 1-714-678-2000 (Anaheim, CA)
Participant Access Code:10001
If they have any problems in sound quality or anything of that sort,
they may call me at [clip- best to leave that out as the event is over]
wallahi, this was the best islamic event i have ever attended. shaykh zulfiqar's (db) bayaan hit me right at the dead target
subhanAllah, its like he was my best friend
Originally Posted by mujahideenryder
true true bro, words can't describe at all the baraka of this event. I cant wait for december when he visits NY again, inshaAllah.
Each speaker and their bayan mentioned something important.
Shaykh Imtiaz ur Rahman Thanvi (db)'s bayan was amazing. I had never heard him speak before. He is the imam at Bellmore masjid, in case you didnt know. The way he talked that muslim 'men' today are unfortunately really not men at all. That the real men were the sahabah who always had deen as their primary concern like leaving behind their businesses once the azan had been called, etc. That particularly hit me up.
The naat by Br. Amjad Qureshi was so emotional and eloquent. Anyone know its lyrics?
All along Shaykh Zulfiqar Ahmed's (db) bayan, I kept hoping he continue to talk and talk but it had to end, didnt it.
I thought he was speaking just to me I was so surprised that he knows so much about the concerns of today's youth.