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Accompanied by a servant, Caliph Umar rode on camelback to Jerusalem though he could have been accompanied by an entourage that could have made the ground tremble under the hooves of horses. He did so to show simplicity and ensure that Allah alone deserves all the glories.
On reaching Jerusalem, it was the servant’s turn to ride the camel and as a mark of respect and to ensure that the people see Caliph Umar, he wanted the Caliph to ride the camel. However Caliph Umar
"O you who believe! Have Taqwa of Allah according
to His Right and die not save as Muslims."
Alal Muslimeena Jami'ah! During the blessed month of Ramadan, we were fasting during the day. We spent our nights in Ibadah. We were getting closer to Almighty Rabbul
Many people start on the day of Eid itself and engage in shameful and reprehensible behaviour in the name of celebration. We should remember that celebration does not mean committing sin, but rather it involves remembering Allah Ta’ala and being grateful to Allah Ta’ala for showering His Mercy and Bounties upon us. Let us look at the true essence and significance of Eid-ul-Fitr, and the way in which those pious servants close to Almighty Allah celebrated Eid.
Eid is a day of celebration for Muslims, a day of happiness. On this day, Muslims perform two rakaats of prayer, meet one another, shake hands and embrace and give charity to the poor and needy.
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"Allaahu Akbar! Allaahu Akbar,
La Illaaha Illallahoo wallahoo Akbar
Allaahu Akbar Wallillahil hamd"
Alal Muslimeena Jami'ah! The word Eid signifies recurring happiness. The word “Fitr” has the basic meaning of beginning. From it is derived the word “Fitrah” meaning nature and “Iftaar” which means the breaking of the fast. Eid-ul-Fitr is thus the festival of the breaking of the fast; a return to the normal or natural course of living and fulfilling the
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