13th Muharram Just 5 Minutes

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(1) Islaamic History The Nubuwwah of Hadhrat Sheeth (AS)
The Ahadeeth state that Hadhrat Sheeth (AS) was the next person after Hadhrat Aadam (AS) to become a Nabi. A narration of Hadhrat Abu Dharr (RA) states that Allaah revealed four Kitaabs and a hundred Sahifahs, fifty of which were revealed to Hadhrat Sheeth (AS). In these Sahifahs, he was taught the manner in which to carry out various acts of Ibaadah throughout the day and night and he was also informed of the coming floods. When he was about to pass away, he handed them over to his son Anoosh, instructing him to ensure that Allaah’s laws are carried out after him.
(2) Rasulullaah (SAW)’s Miracle Giving information about matters happening far away
While the Battle of Mauta was taking place in Syria, Rasulullaah (SAW) informed the Sahabah (RA) of the martyrdom of three of the Muslim commanders on the field. Rasulullaah (SAW) then informed them that the ‘Sword of Allaah’ had assumed command of the Muslim forces and that Allaah would give victory at his hands. Rasulullaah (SAW) was informing the Sahabah (RA) of these events as the battle was raging and no news could have come from the battlefield.

[Bukhaari 6242, from Hadhrat Anas (RA)]

“The sword of Allaah” was the title of Hadhrat Khaalid bin Waleed(RA).

(3) A Fardh It Is Fardh to choose a profession that is Halaal
Before engaging in any profession or trade, it is Fardh (obligatory) for a Muslim to investigate whether the profession or trade is permissible according to the Shari’ah. Rasulullaah (SAW) himself said that it is Fardh (obligatory) for every Muslim to adopt a manner of earning that is Halaal.

[Tabraani in his Kabeer 9851, from Hadhrat Sahl bin Sa’d (RA)]

(4) A Sunnah It is Sunnah to eat after the Jumu’ah Salaah and to have an afternoon nap
Hadhrat Sahl bin Sa’d (RA) reports that they (the Sahabah (RA)) used to eat after the Jumu’ah Salaah and used to have an afternoon nap.                                                                                     [Bukhaari 5403]

The afternoon nap is called Qayloola.

(5) A Nafl Showing love to children
When Rasulullaah (SAW) once kissed his grandchildren Hadhrat Hasan (RA) and Hadhrat Husayn (RA) out of love, someone remarked, “I have ten children and I never kiss any of them.” Rasulullaah (SAW) looked at him and said, “No mercy is shown to those who themselves do not show mercy”.

[Bukhaari 5997, Muslim 6028, from Hadhrat Abu Hurayrah (RA)]

(6) A Sin The signs of a hypocrite
Rasulullaah (SAW) said, “There are three signs of a hypocrite; when he speaks, he lies, when he makes a promise, he breaks it and when entrusted with something he breaches the trust.”

[Bukhaari 33, Muslim 211, from Hadhrat Abu Hurayrah (RA)]

(7) This World The life of this world is mere play and sport
Allaah says, “The life of the world (besides those things done to please Allaah) is but play (pastime) and sport and most certainly the home of the Aakhirah is best for those with Taqwa (those who realise that the Aakhirah is their true home). Do you not understand?”

[Surah An’aam, verse 32]

(8) The Aakhirah The three questions in the grave
Rasulullaah (SAW) once said that when a Mu’min enters the grave two angels come to him, make him sit up and then ask, “Who is your Rabb?” When he tells them that his Rabb is Allaah they ask further, “What is your Deen?” “My Deen is Islaam,” he will reply. They will then ask, “Who is your Nabi?” To this he will reply, “He is Muhammad Rasulullaah (SAW).”

[Abu Dawood 4753, from Hadhrat Baraa bin Aazib (RA)]

(9) Cures from the Qur’aan and Rasulullaah (SAW) Worms in the stomach
Rasulullaah (SAW) said that Kulunji (the black seed) is a cure for all ailments besides death.”

[Bukhaari 5688, from Hadhrat Abu Hurayrah (RA)]

Allaama Ibn Qayyim (RA) writes that Kulunji strengthens the stomach, and when mixed with vinegar, it kills abdominal worms. It also helps to eradicate colds when warmed and then inhaled.

[Tibbun Nabawi And Modern Science]

(10) Qur’aanic Advice  
Allaah says, “O you who have Imaan! Be firm in establishing justice and be witness (to the truth) for Allaah even if it (the evidence you deliver) is against yourselves, your parents and relatives (you should expose the truth under all circumstances)”.

[Surah Nisaa, verse 135]

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