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Home arrow Site Updates arrow Site Updates/Current Events arrow Kullu amo Wa Antum bikhair - EID MUBARAK!

Kullu amo Wa Antum bikhair - EID MUBARAK! PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 19 September 2009

Allah (azza wa jall) said,“Verily this Brotherhood of yours is a single Brotherhood and I am your Rabb (only God and Sustainer) and Cherisher: therefore serve Me (and no other). But (later generations) cut off their affair (of unity) one from another: (yet) will they all return to Us.” (Qur’ân 21:92-93)


It is related by abu Musa Ash'ari (radiAllahu anhu) that The Messengerof Allah said "The connection between Muslims is like that of a strong building - one part strengthens another." The Prophet then showed this by interlocking the fingers of one hand with those of the other (that muslims should remain united and combined - thereby streghthening one another).

In the month of Ramadhan,Eid-ul-fitr or even Eid-ul-Adha we notice that we Muslims in the different places in the world begin to fast or celebrate Eid on different days and finish on different days-Most will Celebrate EID on Sunday(September 20th), some will do on Monday or may be on Tuesday.

These differences show that there is something missing and that there most definitely is a PROBLEM when we Muslims cannot agree on when to start fasting or celebrate Eid on ONE universal day worldwide. Though we repeatedly claim that we are all Muslim, ONE UMMAH, with one Aqeedah and are ONE BROTHERHOOD, why are there then these differences existing amongst us in different parts of the world?

Allah(Swt) says in the Qur'an,
"Indeed the believers but a single brotherhood"(49:10)

While we are busy celebrating Eid today just spare a thought for the Muslims worldwide who are suffering by the Zionists and Crusaders-the genocide of Muslims in Bosnia, Palestine, Kashmir, Gujraat(india), Afghanistan and Iraq, the deprived, orphaned children in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Muslims sisters raped and tortured in Kashmir, Gujrat, Iraq and Bosnia, the sisters being denied basic rights to an education in Tajkistan, Turkey, Denmark, Germany, Italy and France because of their Islamic clothing(Hijab+Niqab), the list is endless yet the solution to the problems is no nearer.Allah(azza wa jall) said, “The kuffar (disbelievers) spend their wealth to hinder (man) from the path of Allah, and so will they continue to spend..." [TMQ 8:36]

The Prophet(saw) said,"One drop of a Muslim blood is worth more than the Ka'bah and it's surroundings"(Bukhari and Muslim).

So why do we Muslims lack a basic bond of unity amongst ourselves when our Tawheed(Aqeedah) our binding force is soo strong? Our Muslim Land and the regimes are controlled by US and the Western world and are there to serve anything but the needs of the Muslims.The rulers are being played in the hands of the enemies of Islam and Muslims and rule by what benefits them not what the Qur'an and the Sunnah say.Indeed the situation that we are in today where we are over 58 divided countries divided by artificial borders imposed on us by those who destroyed our Islamic State in 1924 is one of dismay.

The situation today is completely unacceptable,and we are obliged as an Islamic Ummah to regain our authority from these rulers and re-establish again an Islamic leadership which would implement Shar'iah law through the Khilafah.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of your duty towards Allah(swt) .The Prophet(saw) said, "The knots of Islam will be broken one after the other, the first knot to be broken is the knot of ruling, the last is the knot of prayer."(Muslim).

The knot of ruling was broken in 1924 by the destruction of the Khilafah, now it seems the knot of salah is also in danger and now the celebration of Eid-what else is left? O Muslims let us be part of the unifies body of the Muslim Ummah, we cannot be divorced from each other and we should not give any group(pseudo-Islamic groups) or individual(Scholars for Dollar$) the chance to disassociate ourselves from the rest of the global Ummah.

Let us work on implementing the Tawheed(Aqeedah) and Shar'iah of Islam which is Khilafah and join in the celebration of Eid together as One united, strong, fearless Ummah. The Khilafah is mandated as the tool to bring Islam to all human beings. Islam is the only doctrine(Aqeedah and Tawheed) that will bring tranquillity to human beings.

"O you who believe answer the call of Allah(swt) and His Messenger to that which gives you life."
(8:24)

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