Necklaces Of Gems-6 Like Shaikh Ma'ruf alkarkhi before him, Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir believesthat problems are best referred to Allah (Exalted is he). http://www.islam.co.za/abdalqadirjilani/necklaces_6.htm
Extractions: Necklaces of Gems Part 6 Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir invites Shaikh Hammad ad-Dabbas to read what is inscribed on the palm of his hand. It was Abu 'n-Najib as-Suhrawardi (may Allah bestow His mercy upon him) who said: "I was in the company of Shaikh Hammad ad-Dabbas (may Allah be well pleased with him) in Baghdad, in the year [A.H.] 523. Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir (may Allah be well pleased with him) was also in his company at that time, and he had a truly magnificent way of speaking. Shaikh Hammad said to him: 'O 'Abd al-Qadir, you speak with remarkable confidence. Are you not afraid that Allah may deal with you craftily?' Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir responded to this by placing the palm of his hand upon Shaikh Hammad's breast, as he said to him: 'Look with the eye of your heart at what is written on the palm of my hand!' His attention turned inward for a moment, then Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir removed his hand from Shaikh Hammad's breast. "Shaikh Hammad said: 'I read on his palm that he has received seventy firm assurances from Allah (Exalted is He), to the effect that He will never treat him craftily.' Shaikh Hammad then went on to say: 'There can be no problem after that! There can be no problem after that, for: Such is the bounty of Allah which He bestows on whom He will. Allah is the Lord of infinite bounty. (62:4)
YAMA´A ISLAMICA DE AL-ANDALUS Translate this page Maruf al-karkhi dijo Cuando Allah desea mostrar su bondad a Su siervo,abre la puerta de la acción para él, y cierra la puerta de la discusión. http://www.zawiya.org/ene03/EnseÃ±ar.htm
Extractions: ENSEÑAR Yahia Felices Allah (s.w.t.) dijo: Dadlo a conocer a la humanidad, ¡y no lo oculteis! (3:187) y: Que de cada agrupación de ellos sólo algunos acudan a instruirse en el Din, a fin de advertir a los suyos cuando regresen a ellos. (9:122). Bujari y Muslim relatan con la aquiescencia de Abu Bakr que el Profeta (s.a.s.), dijo en su hutba en Mina: Dejad que los que están presentes informen a aquellos que no lo están. Y puede ser que aquellos que lo transmitan lo entiendan menos que algunos de los que les sea transmitido Abu Daud narra el siguiente hadiz: A cualquiera que se le pregunte sobre algo que conoce, y lo oculte, Allah le hará llevar una brida de fuego en el Día de la Resurrección. El Califa Omar ibn Abdelaziz (r.a.a.) dijo: Todo aquel que no considere su discurso como parte de sus acciones cometerá una grave falta, y todo el que actue sin conocimiento hará más mal que bien. Al-Harith al-Muhasibi dijo: El conocimiento del Din conlleva el respeto a Allah, la renuncia conduce a la calma, y el conocimiento de Allah conduce al arrepentimiento.
Extractions: And then we have set you on the right path. Follow it and do not follow the whims of those who are ignorant Islamic Sharia (laws) are a body of divine laws and rules conveyed by the prophet for the purpose of regulating human life and directing it in all aspects of its existence. A notable jurist of the Imamyia shiite, the late al- Sadr defined a religious law as "a legislation issued by God to organize and direct human life" During the lifetime of the Prophet, Muslims obtained the laws directly from him. The Prophet not only conveyed the laws from God but also explained and clarified them. The Quran informs us that Holy Book and the Prophet's traditions are the two sources of legislation and laws as follows: "and then we have set you on the right path. follow it and don't follow the whims of those who are ignorant" , and "whatever the Prophet gives you, accept it; and whatever he forbids you forbear"
Untitled 814 815? Death of Abu Nuwas, representative of new themes and formsin Arabic poetry. 816 Death of the Sufi Ma'ruf alkarkhi. http://www.princeton.edu/~batke/itl/scroll/800tx.html
Extractions: 750-1258 The caliphate of the 'Abbasid dynasty (Banu l-'Abbas). and its successor states endures, with decreasing political authority, until the Mongols destroy Baghdad in 1258. 749-54 Caliphate of Abu 'l-'Abbas al-Saffah. The last Umayyad caliph Marwan II was defeated in the decisive battle on the Great Zab and fell in Egypt (751). Massacre of the Umayyad family and its high officials. 751 Battle of Atlakh on the Talas: the Arabs defeated a Chinese army in Central Asia and become acquainted with paper from prisoners. The production of paper begins at Samarqand. 754-75 Caliphate of al-Mansur. Break with the radical Shi'a, uprisings of 'Alid pretenders. Establishment of a standing army of Khurasanians. The post of Minister of Post and Infornmation (sahib al-barid wa'l-khabar) is made into an instrument of government control. 755 Al-Mansur has Abu Muslim murdered. 755-88 'Abd al-Rahman I, since 756 amir of Cordoba, establishes the SpanishUmayyad dynasty (755 - 1031).At first the rulers bear the title amir, but from 929 they take the title of caliph. Persistent unrest through the mutual rivalry of Arab tribes and with newly-converted Muslims. 756 (?) Execution of the Iranian writer 'Abdallah ibn al-Muqaffa' (Ibn Khordadbeh), the translator of Persian literature (Mirror for Princes, histoncal and philosophical works) into Arabic.
Al-Amali him with mercy, reported to me from his father, from Sa'd b. Abdillah, from Ahmadb. Muhammad b. Isa, from alHasan b. Mahboob, from Ibrahim al-karkhi who said http://www.al-islam.org/amali/20.htm
Extractions: Subject Index Search Announcements Feedback Chapter 18 Eighteenth Assembly Met on Saturday, 24 th Shaban, in the year 407 Hijra; from what Abul Fawaris heard alone, and from what I heard together with my brother Abu Abdul Rahman and what al-Husain b. Ali al-Nishaburi heard, from the utterance of the grand Sheikh. The grand Sheikh al-Mufid Abu Abdillah Muhammad b. Muhmmad al-No'man - may Allah continue His beneficence upon him, narrated thus: 1. Believer's tears in the fear of Allah He said: Abul Qasim Ja'far b. Muhammad b. Qawlawayh - may Allah bless him with mercy, reported to me from his father, from Sa'd b. Abdillah, from Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Isa al-Ashari, from al-Hasan b. Mehboob, from Hisham b. Salim, from Muhammad b. Marwan, that: Abu Ja'far al-Baqir, peace be upon him, said: "There is no eye that gets filled with tears due to the fear of Allah, except that Allah saves its whole body from hell fire; and the cheeks upon which the tears stream down, shall have neither gloom nor disgrace overspreading the face; and every good deed has a fixed weight and reward, except the tears which flow due to the fear of Allah, for with every drop, Allah shall put out oceans of fire of the Day of Judgement. Surely, when one person among a group of Muslim people (i.e. Ummah) weeps with the fear of Allah, He blesses that whole Ummah with mercy because of that believer's tears." 2. Before the advent of Hujjat (AS)
Al-Ghadir: Reliability A Shi`iSunni dialogue', 1415/1995, p. 84 84. Ma`ruf ibn Kharbuthal-karkhi16. Al-Dhahbi describes him in his Mizan as a truthful http://www.al-islam.org/ghadir/reliability.asp?person=82
Jalla Jalaluh Magnify His Greatness, He has no partner and He has no likeness. To alkarkhiand al-Junayd, the distinguished among people spending the night in dhikr. http://www.abunashaykh.com/Jalla Jalaluh.htm
Extractions: Jalla Jalaluh Magnify His Greatness, He has no partner and He has no likeness He raised the Heavens, flattened the Earth, and fixed it by the mountains He caused to descend raindrops to grow green plants more beautiful than green silk brocade. He began with Adam created from clay, who lived in this Dunya , and from whom all mankind spread. He sent His Messengers with His true word, without compulsion Magnify His Greatness, He has no partner and He has no likeness He sealed the Messengers with His perfection, by the Chosen One, for whom no one can be likened Only His Shari ah remains until the Day of the Earthquake and Gathering. O my tongue, you must speak about the Khulafah beginning with al- Siddiq , the genuinely loyal; Al- Farruq , decisive in the message; Uthman , whose tongue recited the seven readings; and Magnify His Greatness, He has no partner and He has no likeness Ali, the tenacious warrior, with the greatest status, destroying buildings and armies of kufr His sharp lance reflecting the greatness of his position, by him the Din became great. And about his noble ten companions who received the good tidings, along with whom we also get the good news
Sincerity / Ikhlas By Soner Uguz unto his Lord. The Prophet (pbuh) said Verily actions are according to intentions,and every man has what he has intended. Ma`ruf alkarkhi said Whoever http://aaiil.org/text/articles/others/sincerityikhlas.shtml
Extractions: Printer-friendly Version Translated from ' Nuzhat al-majalis wa muntakhab al-nafa'is God Almighty said: "And whoever hopeth for the meeting with his Lord, let him do righteous work, and make none sharer of the worship due unto his Lord." The Prophet (pbuh) said: "Verily actions are according to intentions, and every man has what he has intended." Ma`ruf al-Karkhi said: "Whoever acts in order to receive a reward, he is one of the traders (
Extractions: Du'a Madaat Calling on all Holy Ones Read Durood/ Shareef-Salawat ala Rasul then say, O Allah for the sake, Sayyiduna wa Mawlana Muhammad Rasoolillah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) wa-Kull Anbiya-Allah-(all Prophets) and for the sake of, ibadillah-his-saliaheen (pious ones) Khailafa Rashidun Sayyiduna Abu Bakr Siddiq, Umar, Uthman, Hadhrat Ali karma wala wajhu. Hadhrat Imam Hussaian wa Hassan, fatima Zahrah, Sayyiduna Hamza, Abbas, Ja far sa-Saadiq, Nafisa Tahirah Wa kull Ahl-lil Baht. (all the People of the House), Sayyiduna Ashr-mubushr (Ten promised Heaven) Ashiq Rasool Hadhrat Uwayis Qarani Sayyiduna Zanul-Abadeen, Ya Shaykh Abu Yazid al-Bistami Ya Shaykh Hasan Basri Ya Shaykh Da'wud -Ta'ai , Ya Shaykh Maruf Karki, Ya Shaykh Sari Saqti Ya Shaykh Imam Sufi Junayid al-Baghdadi, Ya Shaykh Ali Hujwari Data Ganj Baksh Ya Shaykh Muhyiddin Abdal-Qadir Jilani Ghawth al-Azam. Ya Shaykh Abu Madyan Al-Ghawth, Ya Shaykh Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Ya Shaykh Shihabuddin Yahya Suhrawardi, Ya Shaykh Ahmad Badawi Ya Shaykh Ahmad Ri fai', Ya Shaykh Shah Naqshbandi, Ya Shaykh Shamsudeen Tabriz, Ya Shaykh Jalaludeen Rumi
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Untitled 3 places!! Abu Bakr alKaraji ( al-karkhi) early 11 century). Arabicdisciple of Diophantus - without Diophantine analysis. Gave http://www.math.tamu.edu/~don.allen/history/arab/arab.html
Extractions: Arab Contributions Within a century of Muhammad's conquest of Mecca, Islamic armies conquered lands from northern Africa, southern Europe, through the Middle East and east up to India. Within a century of that the Caliphate split up into several parts. The eastern segment, under the Abbasid caliphs, became a center of growth, of luxury, and of peace. In 766 the caliph al-Mansur founded his capitol in Baghdad and the caliph Harun al-Rashid, established a library. The stage was set for his successor, Al-Ma'mum. In the 9 century Al-Ma'mum established Baghdad as the new center of wisdom and learning. He establihed a research institute, the Bayt al-Hikma (House of Wisdom), which would last more than 200 years. Al-Ma'mum was responsible for a large scale translation project of as many ancient works as could be found. Greek manuscripts were obtained through treaties. By the end of the century, the major works of the Greeks had been translated. In addition, they learned the mathematics of the Babylonnians and the Hindus. What follows is a brief introduction to a few of the more prominent Arab mathematicians, and a sample of their work
Mathem_abbrev Abu Arrayhan alFarisi, Kamal al-Haitam, Abu Ali al-Hasib Abu Kamil al-Haytham,Abu Ali al-Jawhari, al-Abbas al-Jayyani, Abu, al-Karaji, Abu al-karkhi al-Kashi http://www.pbcc.cc.fl.us/faculty/domnitcj/mgf1107/mathrep1.htm
Extractions: Mathematician Report Index Below is a list of mathematicians. You may choose from this list or report on a mathematician not listed here. In either case, you must discuss with me the mathematician you have chosen prior to starting your report. No two students may write a report on the same mathematician. I would advise you to go to the library before choosing your topic as there might not be much information on the mathematician you have chosen. Also, you should determine the topic early in the term so that you can "lock-in" your report topic!! The report must include: 1. The name of the mathematician. 2. The years the mathematician was alive. 3. A biography. 4. The mathematician's major contribution(s) to mathematics and an explanation of the importance. 5. A historical perspective during the time the mathematician was alive.
Extractions: Encyclopaedia of Sufism/edited by Masood Ali Khan and S. Ram. New Delhi, Anmol, 2003, 12 Vols., cxx, 4220 p., $695 (set). ISBN 81-261-1311-1. Preface. 1. Sufism: origin and earliest sects. 2. The philosophy of Sufism: significance, history and teachings. 3. Conceptions of Sufism. 4. Development of Sufism. 5. Main orders of Sufism. 6. The Sufi Saintship. 7. The path of Sufism. 8. Sufism in India. 9. Reality of existence. 10. The origin of religious orders. 11. Value of poverty in Sufism. 12. The Sufi Gnostic system. 13. The spiritual experiences. 14. Place of music in Sufism. 15. Sufism and Indian thought. 16. Sufism in Islam and its fall. 17. Is religion possible with Sufism? 18. Relating to early Silsilas . 19. Sufis, Malamatis, and Qalandaris. 20. Minor orders of Sufism. 21. Sufi Saints in India: a chronology. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. What is Sufism? 3. The Qadiri Order. 4. Other orders. 5. Minor Sufi fraternities. 6. Sufism and speculative elements. 7. Travel-traveller-guide. 8. Worship (Ibadat) in Islam. 9. Transcendence and immanence. 10. Chief features of Sufi practice. 11. Sufism and Hinduism. 12. "Tanazzulat" the descent of the absolute. 13. Sufism reviewed. II. Sufis: the divine dwellers of desert:
Kesaksian Para Ulama Fikh Tentang Ulama Sufi Ibn 'Abideen said, Abi Ali Dakkak, seorang sufi, dari Abul Qassim anNasarabadi,dari ash-Shibli, dari Sariyy as-Saqati dari Ma'ruf al-karkhi, dari Dawad at-Ta http://media.isnet.org/sufi/Opini/Saksi.html
Extractions: Indeks Islam Indeks Sufi Indeks Artikel ISNET Homepage ... Anggota Imam Abu Hanifa (r) (85 H.-150 H) berkata, "Jika tidak karena dua tahun, saya telah celaka. Karena dua tahun saya bersama Sayyidina Ja'far as-Sadiq dan mendapatkan ilmu spiritual yang membuat saya lebih mengetahui jalan yang benar". Ad-Durr al-Mukhtar, vol 1. p. 43 bahwa Ibn 'Abideen said, "Abi Ali Dakkak, seorang sufi, dari Abul Qassim an-Nasarabadi, dari ash-Shibli, dari Sariyy as-Saqati dari Ma'ruf al-Karkhi, dari Dawad at-Ta'i, yang mendapatkan ilmu lahir dan batin dari Imam Abu Hanifa (r), yang mendukung jalan Sufi." Imam berkata sebelum meninggal: lawla sanatan lahalaka Nu'man, "Jika tidak karena dua tahun, Nu'man (saya) telah celaka." Itulah dua tahun bersama Ja'far as-Sadiq Imam Malik (r): "man tassawaffa wa lam yatafaqah faqad tazandaqa wa man tafaqaha wa lam yatsawwaf faqad fasadat, wa man tafaqaha wa tassawafa faqad tahaqqaq. (Barangsiapa mempelajari/mengamalkan tasauf tanpa fikh maka dia telah zindik, dan barangsiapa mempelajari fikh tanpa tasauf dia tersesat, dan siapa yang mempelari tasauf dan fikh dia meraih kebenaran)." (dalam buku 'Ali al-Adawi dari keterangan Imam Abil-Hassan, ulama fikh, vol. 2, p. 195 Imam Shafi'i (150-205 H./767-820 CE)
Silsalah-e-Qadriah - Syedena Abdul Qadir Gillani his Ashabs and Ahlebaith, the highest rank among walis, is held by Hazrat GhousulAzam Abdul Qadir Jilani, followed by (1) Marouf-al-karkhi (2) Junaid-Al http://www.algillani.com/saq/parting_admonitions.shtml
Extractions: Early Life Education ... Photo Album Parting Admonitions Hazrat Ghousul Azam lived an extraordinary sternous and glorious life mainly engaged in service to mankind during day time and occupied at night in prayer in contemplation of Allah. It is beyond common comprehension to assess his nearness to Allah, which by sheer devotion and sacrifice he had attained. His examplary life was transparently glorious. Every lunar month, an angel in the guise of an Arab, used to wait upon him and inform him of the good and bad events that would take place in its course. In 560 A.H. in the month of Ramzan the said Arab bade him farewell thereby indicating that Hazrat would. not-survive to see the next Ramzan. In the beginning of Rabi-ul.Akhir of 561 A.H. he fell ill. The illness grew worse daily and it became evident that his end was drawing nearer. His son Sheikh Abdul Wahab requested him to declare his parting admonition. He then said. It is incumbent on you to fear Allah and not to fear anyone else excepting Him and not to hope for anything from anyone else excepting Him. Entrust all your needs to Him and do not rely on anyone else excepting Him. Ask everything you need from Him and do not place your trust on anyone else, besides Him. He further said "when the heart becomes right with Allah, nothing is felt missing and nothing comes out of the man". During his illness he expressed "I am the core without the shell". "Others have come to me so make room for them and show courtesy to them "Here is great mercy. Do not make the place con-gested for them". He was also heard saying "upon you be peace and the mercy of Allah and His blessing May He protect me and you and turn with mercy to me and to you. I begin with the name of Allah unceasingly". He kept on saying this one day one night. I do not fear anything or any angel, or even the angel of death. Addressing the angel of death, he said it is not you who has befriended me but one who has been bounteous to me.
Extractions: The Development of Adolescent Reproductive Health in Indonesia Risk and Protection in Successful Outcomes Among Disadvantaged Adolescents Pendidikan Seks untuk Remaja Permasalahan Reproduksi Remaja dan Alternatif Jalan Keluarnya ... Meeting Reproductive Health Needs of Adolescents in Indonesia MEMILIH CALON PASANGAN: KONSEPSI KAFAAH DALAM PERNIKAHAN (Telaah kesederajatan sosial, Kesederajatan Agama dan Kesepadanan pendidikan) Muhlisin Pengurus senat mahasiswa Fak. Tarbiyah dan ketua LPM IAIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya Tiap masyarakat mempunyai gambaran dalam pikiranya, bentuk ideal calon jodohnya. Mungkin juga lingkup kelayakan masing-masing personal dalam masyarakat itu berbeda dalam kerangka itu. Misalnya calon istri ideal masyarakat arab; yaitu; derajat (tidak harus kaya) , baik budi, muda dan perawan, subur (tidak mandul), cantik, sapan, pintar dan penuh kasih sayang, jujur dan cakap, enerjik dan produktif, lemah lembut dan periang. Seorang wanita yang mendekati standar seperti itu, bagi seorang laki-laki berada pada derajat sosial tertinggi untuk dipilih menjadi calon istri. Sedangkan bagi laki-laki, calon jodoh ideal adalah muda dan berasal dari keturunan luhur arab. Amatilah tercela jika mengawinkan wanita arab lelaki non arab. Bagi seorang wanita suami yang ideal adalah yang selalu bersikap manis , lemah lembut dan bisa bergaul, murah hati dan beranimulia tapi setia, mereka itulah yang memiliki derajat dan status kemulian dan ketenaran. Tentunya konsep ini akan diberontak diera kekinian .? Apalagi dengan adanya Jargon-jargon Egalitarianisme, HAM dan lain sebagainya.
*THE N`IMATULLAHI SILSILA* Abu `Ali alKatib (d. 951) Abu `Ali Rudbari (d. 934) Abu'l-Qasim al-JunaydBaghdadi (d. 910) Sari al-Saqati (d. 867) Ma'ruf al-karkhi (d. 816 http://www.mashriq.org/nimati.html
Imam Ibn Taymiyya About Saints And Sainthood Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilani, Junaid ibn Muhammad, Hasan alBasri, al Fudayl ibn al-Ayyad,Ibrahim bin al-Adham, Abi Sulayman ad-Daarani, Ma'ruf al-karkhi, Siri as http://www.naqshbandi.org/topics/imamibn.htm
Extractions: Imam Ibn Taymiyya About Saints and Sainthood [Francais] [Espanol] Imam Ibn Taymiyya mentions in the volume already cited, page 190: "A servant of Allah, Almighty and Exalted, cannot be considered a saint unless he is a true believer. Allah mentions in Qur'an, Surat Yunus, 62-63: "Now surely, on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve; those who believe and guard against evil." He then quotes the famous hadith from Bukhari: "My servant draws not near to Me with anything more loved by Me than the religious duties I have enjoined upon him, and My servant continues to draw near to Me with supererogatory works so that I shall love him. When I love him I am his hearing with which he hears, his seeing with which he sees, his hand with which he strikes and his foot with which he walks. Were he to ask [something] of Me, I would surely give it to him, and were he to ask Me for refuge, I would surely grant him it. I do not hesitate about anything as much as I hesitate about [seizing] the soul of My faithful servant: he hates death and I hate hurting him." He explains the phrase, "Whoever comes against one of My saints is challenging Me to fight" thus: "It means that Allah is expressing: 'I will seek revenge against anyone who comes against My saints like an aggressive lion.'" (p. 314)
Lib Mam-Mar Sufis of Andalusia. Beshara. 1971. 0 904 975 13 4. Abu Mahfuz Ma'ruf b. Firuz alkarkhi. references in-. sufism. Attar/Arberry. Muslim Saints Mystics. Arkana.1990. http://www.zahuri.dircon.co.uk/lib_mam-mar.htm
Extractions: Sharib Press Library (updated March 2001) SITE MAP LIBRARY HOME PAGE Library Index A - J Library Index K - Z ... Maryam subject author/translator short/abbreviated title publisher date isbn Mamadani references in:- sufism Bhatnagar Dimensions of Classical Sufi Thought East West Shaykh Kamal Manduwi references in:- Sufism Akhtar/Taher Sufi Saints Anmol Publications Hussamuddin Manikpuri (d.1449) references in:- Sufi Culture Sharib The Culture of the Sufis Sharib Press Hazrat Sheikh Aqil Manji references in: Jillani Sharib Ghous-ul-Azam Piran-e-Pir Asma none Mawlana Saif al-Din Mannari references in:- Khawajagan Sushud/Holland The Masters of Wisdom of C. Asia Coombe Springs Press Sharafuddin Ahmad Yahya Manneri (d.1381) Manneri/letters Manneri/Singh Letters from a Sufi Teacher Weiser: New York Maneri /letters Maneri/Jackson Letters from Maneri Horizon Books, India none Maneri biography Maneri/Jackson The Way of a Sufi Idarah-i Adabiyat-i Delli none references in:- sufi utterance Ernst Words of Ecstacy in Sufism SUNY Rumi Lewis Rumi - Past and Present, East and West