Sabīl: Astonishing Chronicles of Those That Go Out in the Path of Allah

03May07

In The Name of Allah, The Merciful, The Compassionate

Drawing inspiration from Sidi Hamza Isa Jennings’ [of Muhabbat ul Deen fame] insightful suggestions:

… I thought that it would be very interesting if you would consider collecting information about how successful the work of Tabligh has had in the world. It would great to read about the impact the work has had on individuals, villages, towns and whole societies because i have seen with my own eyes such transformations of character in individuals and societies that have blown me away.

I feel that there is some bad feeling towards the people of the effort which, in some cases is warranted, but on the whole, totally misplaced. If people could see, like Shaykh Nuh has, the impact our brothers have had, people would begin to love them as they deserve to be loved.

al-Hamdulillah, a new project entitled Sabīl has been created by the authors of Ekhlas. “Sabīl”, which in Arabic means “Way”, “Path”, or “Cause”, coincidentally is also an acronym for the combination of the names of the authors of Ekhlas.

Sabīl will feature piecemeal translations from the Urdu book entitled Allah Ke Raaste Mein Nikalnay Walon Ki Hairat-Angaiz Kar-Guzarian [translated as: Astonishing Chronicles of Those That Go Out in the Path of Allah] complied from the words of Mawlana Tariq Jamil.

I, on behalf of all of us here at Ekhlas, would like to invite you to visit and re-visit Sabīl and to support this project by adding a link to your esteemed blogrolls.

SabīlAstonishing Chronicles of Those That Go Out in the Path of Allah

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4 Responses to “Sabīl: Astonishing Chronicles of Those That Go Out in the Path of Allah”

  1. Masha’Allah, may Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala shower his mercies upon you for this effort.

    I don’t want to break your motivation, but in general this work of our Nabi (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) and all other messengers of Allah Ta’ala (alayhis salam) is such a work, that is no need of Television, Newspapers, Magazines, Flyers, Internet or any other types of media. It works straight face to face. Why? Because that was the tariqa of our eternally blessed and loved Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) and Allah’s nusrat or support is with the ways of him.

    But still this is a great effort, just some people tend to spend day and night giving Da’wah on the internet but forget that the way shown by our Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) was, is and always will stay way more effective. But if there’s still some free-time next to one’s Amal no-one stops from spreading the message over the internet.

  2. 2 Hamza Isa

    Subhanallah! May Allah (swt) bless you brother! I love the format you have chosen and i am really excited at seeing how your project progresses. Inshallah, i will email you some stories for your attention and get my friends to submit their accounts too!

    I will link to your new site.

    May Allah (swt) reward you. Amin

  3. Assalaam’aaleykum!

    This is one of the finest and blessed blog that I have stumbled upon ever since I have started showing interest in Deen. Masha’Allah!

    Brother, would you allow me steal these translated karguzari so that I can use them on various social networking website?

    Regards
    Zaid Muhammad Khan

    • Wa `Alaykum Salam

      Zaid thank you for your kind words. Whatever benefit is derived from the Sabil blog is only through the Mercy and Grace of Allah and has nothing to do on my part at any level – Al-Hamdulillah!

      I wouldn’t use the term “stealing” because you are asking for my permission and it’s really not how stealing works.

      Anyways, I would appreciate it if you could make sure to mention the source of the material you will use. As long as it is linked back with the source mentioned, you may use the translations as you please.

      Regards,

      Bilal Malik


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