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    Aşk; Her şeyi senin için var ettim diyen Rabb’ine; Her şeyi senin için terk ettim diyebilmektir.

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  • Kaca

    Hati seorang wanita bak sebuah kaca, sekali hantam menusuk hati akan melebur pecah berantakan

    Hati yang retak tersebab sebuah perkataan yang menyakiti hati, atau perbuatan yang melukai hati, Ia akan menerima kembali, dengan senyum di wajahnya seakan tak ada apa-apa, tapi kau tak pernah tau kepercayaannya tidak lagi sebulat dulu.

    Kekecewaanya masih membekas, bahkan sulit untuk kembali seperti semula.

    Ia memang memaafkanmu tapi tidak dengan kepercayaan nya.

    — inikumi

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  • The Expedition of Tabuk: Part 6

    Prohibition of Talking

    The Messenger of God forbade all the Muslims to talk to those three people until God sent His verdict to him through revelation.

    Upon this prohibition, everybody was keeping away from them. The people they wanted to talk to, even their relatives, did not want to talk to them; they did not even respond when they greeted them. From then on, the earth seemed narrow to them despite all its spaciousness and it started to depress their souls and squeeze their hearts.

    Ka’b b. Malik describes this depressing and troublesome state as follows:

    “My two fellows remained in their houses and kept on weeping, but I was the youngest of them and the firmest of them, so I used to go out and witness the prayers along with the Muslims and roam about in the markets, but none would talk to me, and I would come to the Messenger of God and greet him while he was sitting in his gathering after the prayer, and I would wonder whether the Prophet moved his lips in return to my greetings or not.

    Then I would offer my prayer near him and look at him stealthily. When I was busy with my prayer, he would turn his face towards me, but when I turned my face to him, he would turn his face away from me.”

    Yes, those three Companions were undergoing such a painful and exemplary test. Ka’b, who saw that nobody wanted to talk to him, went to Abu Qatada, his cousin, and greeted him. Abu Qatada did not reply his greeting. How could Abu Qatada reply the greeting of someone that the Messenger of God did not reply? It does not matter whether he was a close relative or a brother.   This shows the love and loyalty of the Companions to the Messenger of God.

    Ka’b b. Malik, said to Abu Qatada, who did not reply his greeting, “O Abu Qatada! I beseech you by God! You know how much I love God and His Messenger.”

    Abu Qatada kept quiet. Ka’b asked him again but he remained silent. When  I asked for the third time, he said, “God and His Messenger know it better.”

    When Ka’b received this answer from Abu Qatada, his uncle, whom he loved very much, started to cry and left that place crying.

    The Letter from Jabala to Ka’b

    Ka’b and his friends were still being boycotted by the Messenger of God and the Muslims when Ka’b received a letter from Jabala b. Ayham, the Christian ruler of Ghassans. The following was written in the letter:

    "I have been informed that your friend (the Prophet) has treated you harshly. God does not let you live at a place where you feel inferior and your right is lost. Do not stay there; join us; we will treat you respectfully as you deserve.”

    When Ka’b read the letter, he said to himself, ‘This is also a sort of a test.’ Then, he tore the letter into pieces and burned it down;Thus, he showed his loyalty to the Messenger of God.

    Another Prohibition…

    The test of Ka’b and the two Companions got more severe after forty days passed. The Messenger of God sent them the following message:

    “Do not approach your wives.”

    When Ka’b received this order, he said to his wife, “Go to your parents’ house and remain with them till God gives His verdict in this matter.”

    Ka’b b. Malik and the other two Companions, Murara b. Rabi’ and Hilal b. Umayya, were undergoing a tough test and their loyalty to God and His Messenger was being measured. As it was seen, they clearly showed the loyalty that fitted them.

    The Insight in the Woman Companion

    Hilal b. Umayya, one of those three people, were too old to look after himself. He always cried due to the boycott. He did not eat or drink anything. He only drank very little water or milk.

    When he was informed about the order of the Prophet, his wife went to the presence of the Messenger of God and said,

    “O Messenger of God! Hilal b. Umayya is too old to look after himself. There is nobody else to look after him. Will you let me serve him and look after him?”

    The Messenger of God said, “You can look after him without letting him approach you.”

    The woman said, “O Messenger of God! By God, he cannot move toward me or anything else. By God, he has been crying since the day he was boycotted; I fear that he will be blind.”

    The Expected Verdict

    The suffering of the three Companions ended on the fiftieth day. God Almighty sent His verdict about them through the following verse:

    “(God turned in mercy also) to the three who were left behind: (they felt guilty) to such a degree that the earth seemed constrained to them, for all its speciousness and their (very) souls seemed straitened to them― and they perceived that there is no fleeing from God (and no refuge) but to Himself. Then He turned to them, that they might repent: for God is Oft-Returning, Most Merciful.”

    They are Given the Good News!

    When God Almighty stated that he forgave those three Companions, their painful and tough test that lasted for fifty days ended.

    After performing the morning prayer, the Messenger of God told his Companions that God Almighty accepted the repentance of those three people.

    Thereupon, Zubayr b. Awwam mounted his horse and rode very fast to give the good news to  Ka’b b. Malik, Murara b. Rabi’ and Hilal b. Umayya.

    Meanwhile, Ka’b was sitting in his house. Just then, Zubayr came and gave him the good news; he prostrated. All of his troubles disappeared. His small house became as wide as the world. The distress in his spirit was replaced by relief and joy. He took off his garment and dressed Zubayr with it due to his joy.

    When Hilal b. Umayya heard that his repentance was accepted, he prostrated at once. He did not get up for a long time. The Companion who gave him the good news said,

    “I thought he was going to die due to his joy.”

    Murara b. Rabi was given the good news by another Companion.

    Ka’b in the Presence of the Prophet

    Ka’b b. Malik wanted to learn that his repentance was accepted from the Messenger of God himself. Therefore, he started to walk toward the mosque of the Prophet. The people who saw him said, “O Ka’b! We congratulate you on God’s Acceptance of your repentance.”

    Ka’b entered the mosque and kneeled down before the Messenger of God.  The face of the Messenger of God was bright with joy. He replied Ka’b’s greeting with a smile. Then, he said, “Be happy with the best day that you have got ever since your mother delivered you.”

    Ka’b said, “O Messenger of God! Is this forgiveness from you or from God?’

    The Prophet said, “It is directly from God.”

    Ka’b, who was relieved of the stress, was very happy. He said, “O Messenger of God!  Because of the acceptance of my repentance, I will give up all my wealth as alms for the sake of God and His Messenger.”

    The Prophet said, “Keep some of your wealth, as it will be better for you.”

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    Surat Al-Kahfi adalah surat pelindung dari berbagai fitnah. Fitnah yang paling besar adalah Fitnah Dajjal. Tidak ada Nabi dan Rasul diutus kecuali mengingatkan kaumnya dari besarnya fitnah Dajjal. Kita pun dituntut untuk berlindung kepada Allah dari fitnah Dajjal di akhir Tasyahhud shalat kita. Selain fitnah Dajjal ada 4 fitnah (ujian) yang disebutkan dalam surat Al-Kahfi. Sebagai panduan kita dalam menghadapi berbagai fitnah. Diantaranya :⁣

    Pertama, ujian karena agama, kisah ashabul kahfi yang lari meninggalkan kampung halamannya dalam rangka menjaga imannya.⁣

    Kedua, fitnah harta kisah, shahibul jannatain (pemilik dua kebun), yang kufur kepada Tuhannya karena silau dengan dunianya.⁣

    Ketiga, ujian karena ilmu, kisah Musa dengan Khidr. Musa diperintahkan untuk belajar kepada Khidr, sekalipun beliau seorang Nabi yang memiliki Taurat. Karena di atas orang yang berilmu, ada yang lebih berilmu.⁣

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    पूर्ण परमात्मा कविर्देव (कबीर परमेश्वर) तीसरे मुक्ति धाम अर्थात् सतलोक में रहता है। -

    ऋग्वेद मण्डल 9 सूक्त 96 मंत्र 18

    पवित्र बाइबल में भगवान का नाम कबीर है - अय्यूब 36:5

    अय्यूब 36:5 (और्थोडौक्स यहूदी बाइबल - OJB)

    परमेश्वर कबीर (शक्तिशाली) है, किन्तु वह लोगों से घृणा नहीं करता है। परमेश्वर कबीर (सामर्थी) है और विवेकपूर्ण है।

    बाइबल ने भी स्पष्ट किया है की प्रभु का नाम कबीर है।

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  • ~I long for the day when:

    •Kashmir is free

    •Palestine is free

    •Yemen is free

    •Muslims are free

    •The world is racism free, gender discrimination free, corruption free

    •And everyone has their own rights

    •Every religion is free

    •Everyone is educated

    •There is no lack of water and food

    •Animals and marine mammals are free

    •The world is free~

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  • “istemez misin ey Ömer, dünya onların, ahiret bizim olsun?”

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  • If it is asked: Knowledge alone is not sufficient; will is also necessary.If there were no will, knowledge would be insufficient, wouldn’t it?

    The Answer: All beings both indicate and testify to all-encompassing knowledge, and they point to the comprehensive will of the one possessing that knowledge. It is as follows:

    While hesitating among great numbers of possibilities, an ordered individuality is given to all things, especially to animate beings, through a determined probability from among a great host of muddled probabilities, and through a productive way from among a great many fruitless ways. This demonstrates a universal will of many facets.

    Measured shapes and well-ordered identities have been given to all things in a most sensitive, delicate measure and with a most fine and subtle order. They have been given these from among the inanimate elements which flow without balance in confused, monotonous floods, and from among the barren, fruitless paths and endless possibilities that surround all beings. This necessarily and self-evidently demonstrates that they are the works of a comprehensive will. For choosing innumerable states occurs by means of a designation, a choice, a purpose, and a will. Deliberate intention and desire specify them. Specifying requires a specifier and choice requires a chooser. And that specifier and chooser is will.

    For example, the creation of a being like man, who resembles a machine assembled from hundreds of different components and systems, from a drop of water; and the creation of a bird with its hundreds of different members out of a simple egg; and the creation of a tree, which is separated into hundreds of different parts, out of a simple seed – the creation of these testify to power and knowledge, just as they indicate decisively and necessarily their Maker’s universal will. And with that will He gives a distinct, particular shape to every component, every member, every part. He clothes them in a chosen state.

    In Short: Just as there are between different things many resemblances and coincidences with regard to their essentials and results, for example, between the major members and organs of animals’ bodies, and they display a single stamp of unity, indicating decisively that all animals have the same Maker who is One, Single, and possesses Unity; so too the different identities and distinct features of the animals, all determined in accordance with wisdom and purpose, shows that their Single Maker acts with choice and will. He does what He wishes to do, He does not do what He does not wish to do; He acts with intention and will.

    There are as many indications of and attestations to divine knowledge and dominical will as there are beings, indeed as the beings’ attributes and qualities. Therefore, some philosophers denying divine will, and some of those who favour innovation denying divine determining, and some of the people of misguidance claiming that God is not concerned with minor matters, and the naturalists attributing some things to nature and causes, are lies multiplied to the number of beings and a lunacy of misguidance compounded to the number of those beings’ attributes. For whoever denies the innumerable instances of their veracious witnessing is telling a lie of infinite proportions.

    So, you can see for yourself just how mistaken and contrary to the truth it is to say of events, all of which come into existence through divine will, “Naturally, naturally,” instead of, “God willing, God willing.”

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  • by dennisasalas on Flickr.Corner Cafe in Souq Waqif market, Doha, Qatar.

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