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You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Allah ap ko is Azeem mehnat par apni shayan e sham jaza ata farmaey a ameen. Masha allah, Masha allah Very good.

To me, Nadwah curriculum conveys the same message and seeks to restore this past glory.

Notwithstanding our adherence to principles, we should have enough breadth of mind to accomadate differences of opinion. We should not let peripheral differences in interpretation drag us into sectarianism and parochialism an important feature of Nadwah curriculum is to foster in students a critical faculty for debate and research and to train them to write cogent, effectively argued pieces on scholarly topics. H authored more than fifty books, and left a large number of students and disciples who continued his mission after his death.

All the major Indian madrasahs stand indebted to him According to Shah Waliullah, there are two types of hadith. Hadith on the Hereafter and the wonders of the unseen creation are based wholly on divine revelation.

As to the hadith on legislation, these represent both the revelation and ijtihad. The second category of hadith, for example, those on medicine are not linked to the Prophetic mission. These are rooted in experience, and are not derived from revelation Aisha states that the Prophets, peace be upon him, told her: I am to you as Abu Zar was to Umm Zar. Who was Abu Zar? It was then that he related the whole account. Some others have also classified this hadith as marfu.

To him, it is an example of a fabricated hadith. Mawlana Abu al-Hasan Ali Nadwi recommended its study to us. The former was, at one point, part of the syllabus for aliyah thaniyah. Students were examined in it. Its study enabled them to familiarize themselves with everyday Arabic According to al-Tahawi, a difference in interpreting a hadith should not be taken to mean any opposition to the hadith itself. Opposition to a particular interpretation of a hadith is different from opposition to the hadith itself.

One who differs in interpretation should not be accused of contradicting the hadith The imams and leading jurists interpret the hadith in the sense that the downloader and seller have a choice as long as they do not differ in their wordings.

The first one corresponded with the Quranic command. It was not a permanent feature.

The population of Madinah was increasing and hence this adhan was made at another locality, namely al-Zawra in Madinah… Mawlana Salman had recently graduated from Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University. His induction had enlivened the academic activities at the faculty; he set up an independent faculty library and organized academic contests for students, prompting them to pursue research Mawlana Arif teaches tafsir.

He was very attached to tasawwuf yet adhered to shariah norms in his pursuit. His interest does not therefore amount to transgression. His tasawwuf is under the command of his knowledge and his knowledge is subservient to his tasawwuf Mawlana Abd al-Nur had graduated from Jami al-Azhar. It is standard practice to skim and scan. I am not to be criticized for following the standard practice. I was nonetheless amazed at how Ishaq managed to review the book so well, even though he had not read it all Mawlana Abu al-Irfan Nadwi, was a disciple of the leading Islamic historian of India, Sayyid Sulayman Nadwi.

His tafsir is marred by his constant defence of the opinions of Ahl al-adl wa al-tawhid i.

Imam Ibn Taimiyyah points to this flaw and cautions readers against it, and highlights this weakness in his work The Mawlana then presented a survey of the impact of al-Kashshaf at various stages of Islamic history and in different parts of the Muslim world.

In the Indian subcontinent al-Kashshaf has enjoyed great popularity Abd al-Mubin related that while he was studying in a madrasah in Mau, while explaining the issue of raising hands during prayer, as is recorded by al-Bukhari, the teacher forcefully dismissed the Hanafi stance on the issue, saying that seventy Companions had narrated it In the past it was customary to use as few words in a fatwa as possible.

But this is not the right way. Hadith literature abounds in such instances. A curt reply is of little use. Similarly, the relevant hadith should be quoted in full, specifying the chapter and section of the source book.

Prominent local people and some teachers and students of Nadwah join this blessed gathering.

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My interest in playing badminton is so strong that I join this gathering only occasionally… We noticed a growing crowd there. We were lucky to have secured seats because we had arrived early. We learned that a football match between Nadwis and non-Nadwis was about to begin. The latter team comprised those students who have not yet graduated from Nadwah- it is the better by far and always wins Mawlana Abdullah Abbad Nadwi and Mawlana Abu al-Irfan Nadwi gave a seminar on the issue of education and upbringing.

Both of them are well-versed in classical and modern methods of education and theories on upbringing.

It is an important topic to be tackled by two leading educationists. However, the time after maghrib is very precious to me because I have allocated it for private study, particularly of classical texts. However, there will be a time when, if my community acts on only one-tenth of religion, they will attain deliverance.

The Greeks had made only a preliminary study of logic, but this discipline was enlarged by al-Farabi and Ibn Sina… Ibn Sina was not a mere imitator of Aristotle. The later scholar has given it another name, which underscores Ibn Sina evolutionary approach to the topic. Man should therefore seek it first.

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He also recognizes other modes of analogy and speculation. For him, jadal is essential to organizing society. It is thus clear that burhani logic relates to natural sciences and jadali logic relates to social sciences When Muti al-Rahman saw us eating bareheaded, he was offended and asked us why we did not follow the Sunnah in this matter.

The Mawlana then reasoned with him that the practice of any individual or a group is not an argument. One should substantiate his action with the Sunnah.

Hanafis should modify their stance accordingly. They should allow combining prayers during a journey or sickness, as is allowed in the hadiths…The practice at Arafat and Muzdalifah is clear evidence.

The second problem is that the issues of travelling are based on ease; if we interpret combination as formal, then it makes the time slots more narrow, in which case the traveller will have more trouble I would generally come back to my hostel immediately after isha prayer for private study.

He saw a student asleep and woke him up, asking him whether he had done the prayer. He replied he had. On being asked to specify the surah recited in the first rakah, he confidently said that it was Surat al-Fatihah. This left the latter speechless. Khalid added that it was perhaps the only instance in which the Mufti was rendered speechless, for we know that he is invincible in argument…we asked the Mufti permission to go to the circus, but he refused.

This throws light on the genesis of Nadwah itself Shaykh al-Islam Taymiyyah was fully conversant with the Prophetic sciences, and so his thorough knowledge of Greek thought did not influence him in the least; rather, he was able to deal severe blows to Greek philosophy.

Today the Muslim community needs another Ibn Taymiyyah. At a very late stage Shibli recognized his genius. His circumcision also took place in that very year. He faithfully carried the mission of his father and rendered invaluable service in promoting the cause of Islam. His works are good in number. In this way, the formal ceremony of his Dastarbandi became complete.

Shah Waliyullah received one of his two hairs of the Holy Prophet, the Sheikh was blessed with. Madrassah-i-Rahimiyah was established by him worked successfully for a long time. He in his reply to his question informed him that the Hanafi jurists differ in this matter.

The man was not satisfied with that reply and he repeated his question. They may be taught Tafsir Jalalain. The problems arising out of the bye-laws in jurisprudence Furuat may be considered in the light of the two original sources.

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If they agree with them, they may be accepted, but if they run counter to them, they should be rejected outright. No attention should be paid to such problems as the ancients have avoided to discuss.

The opinions of the rationalists should be simply ignored as they unnecessarily create doubt and confusion The result is the whole of his time is spent in solving the difficulties of the commentators themselves. It was, indeed, the need of the time. He always instructed and helped his students to think over the Word of God independently as it was the only Book which could stand the test all times to come Happiness of both worlds lies in these two words: Kindness to friends and politeness to enemies He was an independent thinker, thus at times he went by the Shafii school eg.

Where there was a difference, he always followed the Tradition which was more sound and strong from the point of view of evidence Dalil and transmission Isnad , no matter which school it belonged If there appeared a conflict in the Traditions themselves about a certain matter, and the Traditions of both sides in relation to that matter were found equally sound and authentic he exercised scrupulousness Ihtiyat eg.

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In the matter of Zakat of Ornaments, the traditions on both sides were equally strong. Persian was then the official language spoken and understood everywhere.

Though by nature he was inclined to the superiority of Hadrat Ali, yet in practice he was restrained by the Unseen Power from following that view The conditions of the country when Shah Waliyullah was born were very bad. There was political instability and a state of insecurity, with no peace of mind and no safety of life.

Looting, plunder, feuds and fighting had spread everywhere.

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Disintegration had set in the Mughal Empire and the Muslims were split among themselves. Consequently, they suffered at the hands of the Sikhs, Jats and Marathas No less than ten rulers ascended the throne one after the other during his lifetime. When Muhammad Shah Rangila sat on the throne he was seventeen years old…he was a pleasure-seeker and a great drunkard. On that account he was given the title of Rangila. Shah Waliyullah restrained them from doing that and reminded them of the behaviour of Imam Husain and his family.

Nadir Shah was however interested in loot and plunder. The main cause of that disorder and confusion was disunity and mutual rivalries among the ruling clique.

The battle took place in the plains of Panipat. The Marithas, despite their great military might, suffered a crushing defeat. Their losses were terrible and their power was completely broken. They could not rise for some time.

This was a golden opportunity for the Muslims to avail of, but against all expectations they remained where they were Religiously: they stuck to blind imitation with the result that they failed to face the hard realities. The speeches of the preachers were always blended with unsuitable hints of mysticism which led them astray from the right path.

The opinion of the Imam was preferred to the Traditions when the former was found in class with the latter. Serious thinking and independent approach to the law were recklessly ignored, with the result that they fell an easy prey to superstition and innovation.

Despite that, their views were preferred to the plain words of the law. In the gatherings of the elite and the educated, Sufism, Sufistic poetry and the hints of the Sufis were the pet topics.

He took this bold and courageous step at the risk of his life, but did not care for that. An attempt was made on his life because of that but it failed.

He says that it may be studied without any commentary. If the learner found difficulty in understanding a grammatical construction or the occasion of revelation it may be explained to him and then he may be left alone to think over it and derive the meaning himself.

The reason being that the commentary would take away the whole of his time and he will have no occasion to think over the word of God independently In jurisprudence Shah Waliyullah personally disliked the attitude of preferring one school over the other.

He treated them all equally and tried to remove the differences wherever found.

He has made this matter abundantly clear that all the four schools of thought are right and correct. Their difference in bye-laws is not a matter to be seriously considered in view of their unanimity on principles and many other problems of outstanding importance. The community must maintain its unity and solidarity and should not allow these petty differences to come in that way To live life in this way, in detachment and isolation as is led by the Sufis , is not the injunction of the Law Shariah.

The Law does not enjoin upon its followers to become Sufis. The speech of the Law-giver is quite clear in this respect and bears no relation whatsoever to the technicalities of the Sufis directly or indirectly by which they find a justification for the sufistic way of living Nevertheless he cleared that confusion and placed every word at its proper place and every reality at its suitable site.

This was the rich service which he rendered to Sufism. That drawn picture of God was similar to the picture of the person of God. This drawn and imagined is always present in the brain of the Great Body, and does not disappear from it for a moment. Timing of first extubation was noted, and patients were dichotomized in the group taking 6 h after completion of surgery as cutoff for early extubation.

The outcome of the patients extubated early was compared with those who required prolonged ventilation. Variables were compared between the groups, and predictors of early extubation were evaluated using multivariate logistic regression analysis. Results: One hundred and ninety-four Four 0. No significant difference in mortality and reintubation was observed between groups.

Conclusion: Early extubation in infants postcardiac surgery lowers pediatric ICU stay and sepsis without increasing the risk of mortality or reintubation. Age more than 6 months, less complex of procedure, shorter surgery time, and lower inotropic requirement are independent predictors of early extubation. Keywords: Cardiac intensive care, early extubation, outcome, vasoactive-inotropic score Introduction Repair of congenital heart diseases has become a routine in infancy because of the physiological benefit of promoting normal growth and development, limiting the pathophysiological consequences of cardiac defects such as volume overload, pressure overload, and chronic hypoxemia.

Advances in surgical techniques and postoperative management have altered the expectations for mechanical ventilation following cardiac surgery. The primary objective of the current study was to evaluate the timing of first extubation in neonates and infants in our cohort and compare the outcomes of patient extubated early with those who required prolonged ventilation.He has made this matter abundantly clear that all the four schools of thought are right and correct. As for the grave, even the angels Munkar and Nakir will not ask whether raising the hands in salah is correct.

But it is Allah Who forgives When the latter arrived, Sufyan had fallen unconscious. Hijab Women in Islam. Every nation wants to make incursions into every facet of the life of Muslims, from beliefs to conduct and from culture and social life to commercial dealings and economics Differences in ideological issues are neither harmful nor is there a need to efface them.

The speeches of the preachers were always blended with unsuitable hints of mysticism which led them astray from the right path. The former was, at one point, part of the syllabus for aliyah thaniyah.

This is what will happen in the world. And if someone migrated for the sake of the world, or to marry a woman, then his migration will be for whatever he had intended.

And when a deed is performed for the sake of Allah, it then becomes an act of worship and earns rewards and blessings.

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