Monthly Archives: July 2011

Surah An Nas 114: 1-6

Words to watch


This word means say. In the context of this ayah, the word means, Allah is telling prophet Muhammad sallalahu alaihi wasalam to say what He commanded the prophet sallalahu alaihi wasalam to say.

It is feel Amr or a commanding verb.

Give examples of other feel Amr

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I seek protection.

Suratun Nas and Suratul Falaq are among the surahs that Allah sent as a protection from Shaytan if we frequently recite it. They are called Mu’awwithatayn which means the two protectors. If you notice both the surah begins with seeking protection.

Who do we seek protection from? For sure we only seek protection from Allah for seeking protection from other than that is SYIRIK.

رب الناس
ملك الناس
اله الناس

Rabb of mankind – the Nurturer and the Rectifier of their affairs
King of mankind – The owner and the Disposer of their affairs
God of mankind – The one that they worship

In this surah, Allah is teaching us to seek protection from Him. He is the Lord of mankind, their Nurturer, their Caretaker, and their Provider. He is also their King, their Owner, and the True God who possess all Attributes of Perfection.



The Whisperer

The waswasah has terrible effect on us. In fact, one of the methods to lead people astray is to shake people’s belief by making them doubtful. Shaytan may make you doubtful about your

• Doubts about one’s purity
o Am I clean enough to pray? Is my clothes dirty? Is this brown patch on my sleeve najis?
o Is this place clean enough to make solah at?

• Wudhu.
o Was my wudhu’ correct? Did I wipe my feet? Did I do it right? Did I get my sequences correct?
o Did I fart earlier? Do I have still my wudhu?

• Solah
o How many rakaahs am I on?
o Did I make the second sujud?

• Inspiring people that the worship (which is following the sunnah) is not good enough
o Thus encouraging people to do more (which is not in the sunnah)

• Making people’s suspicious of others

• Doubting about Allah
o Thus shaking the eemaan

As you can see, waswasah is a serious thing. Seek refuge in Allah from this. Allah taught us through His Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasalam, one way to seek protection is by reciting the muawwadithayn.



Khannaas means the one who withdraws. This is the characteristics of shaytan, he would continuously whisper and will continuously steps back.

He whispers into people’s heart, and when a person remembers Allah, he withdraws – stop and retreats. His offense is Waswaas (whispering), and his defense is Khannaas (stepping back).

Ibn Abbas said : “The shaytan lies in wait in the heart of the son of Adam, and when he is distracted and forgetful, he whispers to him, but if he remembers Allah he withdraws.”

Narrated Abdur Rahman ibn Samurah who said, “The Messenger of Allah sallalalhu alaihi wasalam said, “I saw a man from my ummah whom the devils have seized, but his remembrance of Allah came and banished the devils away from him.”

Simple examples for you are the lessons that we learned when saying Bismillah before eating and entering the house. And not to forget what happen to the shaytan when Adzaan is recited. Subhanallah.

Muslim :: Book 23 : Hadith 5006
Jabir b. ‘Abdullah reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: When a person enters his house and mentions the name of Allah at the time of entering it and while eating the food, Satan says (addressing himself: You have no place to spend the night and no evening meal; but when he enters without mentioning the name of Allah, the Satan says: You have found a place to spend the night, and when he does not mention the name of Allah while eating food, he (the Satan) says: You have found a place to spend the night and evening meal. This hadith has been narrated on the authority of Jabir b. Abdullah through the same chain of transmitters but with a slight variation of wording.

Superiority/ Virtues of Adhan
Book of Call to Prayer
Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 11 :: Hadith 582
Narrated Abu Huraira:
Allah’s Apostle said, “When the Adhan is pronounced Satan takes to his heels and passes wind with noise during his flight in order not to hear the Adhan. When the Adhan is completed he comes back and again takes to his heels when the Iqama is pronounced and after its completion he returns again till he whispers into the heart of the person (to divert his attention from his prayer) and makes him remember things which he does not recall to his mind before the prayer and that causes him to forget how much he has prayed.”



Which means chests. The singular is الصدر

We may find the word chest in the dua’ that we recite in surah Taha 20: 25

Write down the arabic singular and plural word for the body parts below

1. Face
2. Eye
3. Nose
4. Head
5. Chest
6. Tongue
7. Ear
8. Mouth
9. Lip
10. Foot


Whispering could occur from both jinn and man.

What kind of whispers come from man?

• Friends
o It may come from our friends. And you know how easy it is to be peer-pressured. The need to conform. The need to be accepted. To look cool among our friends.
o Our friends may continuously invite us to do something sinful like for example smoking, taking drugs, going to haram places like disco and so forth. They may call you names and put you down for not joining.
o And that is why Prophet Muhamamd sallalhu alaihi wasalam told us to find righteous friends.
Narrated AbuHurayrah:
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: A man follows the religion of his friend; so each one should consider whom he makes his friend.

• Society
o Society might pressure one to do something haram which is a norm to them.
o Remember the hadith of the ghuraba. Prophet Muhamamd sallallahu alaihisalam said, “Islam began as something strange, and it shall return to being something strange, so give glad tidings to the strangers”
o We ask Allah that He hold so our heart strong to this faith and protect us from the whispers of Shaytan and His allies.



In this surah Allah tells us to seek refuge in Him against the shaytan. Allah describes among the characteristics of the shaytan and among the ways he gets to the children of Adam.

Among the characteristics of Shaytan are
– they are the whisperers (Al waswas)
– They whisper and withdraw without tire
– They retreat when Allah is remembered
– They whisper to misguide you and cause doubts

Remember! Shaytan has a mission. And His mission is to keep us astray. This is his promise to Allah.

We have discussed this HERE.

Seeking Protection from Allah alone

The best words with which a person can seek refuge with Allah are Suratul Falaq and Suratun Nas. The Messenger sallallahu alaihi wasalam commanded Abdullah ibn Hubayb to recite Suratul Ikhlas and the Al Mu’wadhatayn three times in the evening and in the morning, and he said to him: “Allah will protect you from everything thereby.”

The Messenger sallallahu alaihi wasalam said to Ibn Abbas, “The best words with which one can seek refuge with Allah are Al Mi’wadhatayn.”

Why does Shaytan not go away when you seek refuge with Allah

Seeking refuge is like a sword in the hand of a warrior. If your hand is strong then the sword is fatal. In a weak hand, even the best sword wouldn’t do anything much to the enemy.

To be the warrior against shaytan, one must be pious. One must fear Allah. One must have tawakkul on Allah. One’s heart must be filled in His remembrance. One must rush for good deeds and stay away from what is forbidden. Then only the sword will become fire which burns the Shaytaan. This is in contrast to the one who has weak faith.

1. Tafsir Ibn Kathir
2. Methodical Interpretation of the Noble Quran Part 30 – Dr Ahmad Nawfal. darussalam
3. Waswasah The Whispering of the Shaytan – Ibn Qayyim
4. Nouman Ali Khan podcast lectures of Suratun Nas.
5. The world of Jinn and Devils – Umar S. al Ashqar


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Al Quddus – The Holy

Allah introduces Himself as Al Quddus, The Holy when Allah says in Surah Al Hasr 59: 23

He is Allâh beside Whom is Lâ ilâha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He) the King, the Holy, the One Free from all defects, the Giver of security, the Watcher over His creatures, the All-Mighty, the Compeller, the Supreme. Glory be to Allâh! (High is He) above all that they associate as partners with Him. (23) He is Allâh, the Creator, the Inventor of all things, the Bestower of forms. To Him belong the Best Names[] . All that is in the heavens and the earth glorify Him. And He is the All-Mighty, the All-Wise. (24)

Allah also says in Suratul Jumua 62: 1

Whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is on the earth glorifies Allâh, the King (of everything), the Holy, the All-Mighty, the All-Wise. (1)

The Holy means
– the Blessed
The one who is free of defects and flaws
The one who has no need for wives, children or equal
the one who is praised for His virtues and Goodness
the one whom perfection is ascribed

are there any of us who can claim to be free of defects?
can we be very perfect?

Only Allah is free from any defects at all. And only Allah is the most perfect.
He is the One to whom are attributed all good and beautiful names

Al Quddus also means Purity

The angels glorifies Allah all the time Al Baqarah 2: 30

And (remember) when your Lord said to the angels: “Verily, I am going to place (mankind) generations after generations on earth.” They said: “Will You place therein those who will make mischief therein and shed blood, – while we glorify You with praises and thanks and sanctify You.” He (Allâh) said: “I know that which you do not know.” (30)

Even the thunder glorify and praises Allah

Ar Rad 13 :13

And Ar-Ra’d[] (thunder) glorifies and praises Him, and so do the angels because of His Awe, He sends the thunderbolts, and therewith He strikes whom He wills, yet they (disbelievers) dispute about Allâh. And He is Mighty in strength and Severe in punishment. (13)

The Angels surround the throne of Allah from all round, glorifying the praises of Allah Az Zumar 39:75

And you will see the angels surrounding the Throne (of Allâh) from all round, glorifying the praises of their Lord (Allâh). And they (all the creatures) will be judged with truth, and it will be said. All the praises and thanks are to Allâh, the Lord of the ‘Alamîn (mankind, jinn and all that exists).” (75)

In fact the entire universe is glorifying Allah with praises and thanks. There is nothing in the universe that does not glorify Allah except
– disbelievers among mankind
– jinn

As Saff 61 :1

Whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is on the earth glorifies Allâh. And He is the All-Mighty, the All-Wise. (1)

even the birds

An Noor 24 : 41
See you not (O Muhammad SAW) that Allâh, He it is Whom glorify whosoever is in the heavens and the earth, and the birds with wings out-spread (in their flight)?

So what about us? Do we glorify Allah much?

Human beings are the creature that must glorify Allah because Allah created us to worship , glorify and sanctify Him. If we think deeply on Allah’s creations, His perfections, His Holiness and ponder upon His Greatness, then we must realise we must glorify the Master whom all the creatures need.

Al Imran3 :191

Those who remember Allâh (always, and in prayers) standing, sitting, and lying down on their sides, and think deeply about the creation of the heavens and the earth, (saying): “Our Lord! You have not created (all) this without purpose, glory to You! (Exalted are You above all that they associate with You as partners). Give us salvation from the torment of the Fire. (191)

1. Al Quddus means The Holy One
2. It means free of imperfection and any form of flaws
3. Allah is the most Perfect
4. Allah is pure
5. None of us can claim to be free of flaws
6. And we are far from perfect
7. Angels are continuously glorifying and praising and thanking Allah the Holy one
8. The whole universe is glorifying Allah constantly
9. And so are the birds
10. Think about Allah’s creation and contemplate of what is in heaven and earth. Think about Allah’s Greatness and your lowly form. Does not Allah deserve to be glorified and praised constantly too?

Now that you know that Allah is the Holy One and that the Angels glorify Allah non stop, what can youlearn from it?

“We proclaim our praise and call Your Holy” (2:30, Al-Quran) The Prophet (SAW) used to say in his prayer while bowing down (Ruku): “Praise and Holiness be to Your, Lord of the angles and souls” (Muslim)

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Maalik and the guards of Hell

The guards of hell keep it hot and burning for the evil people.

Allah says in suratul alaq 96: 17-18

Then, let him call upon his council (of helpers), (17) We will call the guards of Hell (to deal with him)!

The leader of them is called maalik. Maalik has no mercy and kindness towards the kuffar. Allah says in suratul Zukhroof 43: 77-78

And they will cry: “O Malik (Keeper of Hell)! Let your Lord make an end of us.” He will say: “Verily you shall abide forever.” (77)

At Tahrim 66: 6

O you who believe! Ward off from yourselves and your families against a Fire (Hell) whose fuel is men and stones, over which are (appointed) angels stern (and) severe, who disobey not, (from executing) the Commands they receive from Allâh, but do that which they are commanded. (6)

Al Muddathir 74: 26-31

I will cast him into Hell-fire (26) And what will make you know (exactly) what Hell-fire is? (27) It spares not (any sinner), nor does it leave (anything unburnt)! (28) Burning and blackening the skins! (29) Over it are nineteen (angels as guardians and keepers of Hell). (30) And We have set none but angels as guardians of the Fire, and We have fixed number (19) only as a trial for the disbelievers, in order that the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians) may arrive at a certainty [that this Qur’ân is the truth as it agrees with their Books regarding their number (19) which is written in the Taurât (Torah) and the Injeel (Gospel)] and that the believers may increase in Faith (as this Qur’ân is the truth) and that no doubt may be left for the people of the Scripture and the believers, and that those in whose hearts is a disease (of hypocrisy) and the disbelievers may say: “What Allâh intends by this (curious) example ?” Thus Allâh leads astray whom He wills and guides whom He wills. And none can know the hosts of your Lord but He. And this (Hell) is nothing else than a (warning) reminder to mankind. (31)

Al Ghafir 40: 49-50

And those in the Fire will say to the keepers (angels) of Hell: “Call upon your Lord to lighten for us the torment for a day!” (49) They will say: “Did there not come to you, your Messengers with (clear) evidences (and signs)? They will say: “Yes.” They will reply: “Then call (as you like)! And the invocation of the disbelievers is nothing but in vain (as it will not be answered by Allah)!” (50)


1. There are angels who will be guarding hell.

2. There are nineteen of these angels

3. The leaders are called Maalik

4. They will have no mercy or any kindness to the kuffar.

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Taking Care of Your Time

Remember we discuss Suratul Asr?

Tell me again why the emphasis on time by Allah?

Time is a fleeting element. It always run out on you. The time that you have in your hand is the only thing you have now. Once it passes you, you will never get it back.

Let us look at ourselves. Are we making full use of our time? Making full of it as what Allah create us for.

So why did Allah create us?

Ad Dzariyat 51: 56

And I (Allâh) created not the jinn and mankind except that they should worship Me (Alone).

If Allah creates us for us to worship Him alone, should we not ask ourself how we can do that in the time that He has given us?

Let us look at a hadith that, Insya Allah, will help guide us and motivate us how we can make full use of our time and what we have in our hands. All for Allah’s sake.

hadith of ibn Abbas radi Allahu anhu reported in the mustadrak of Al-Haakim, musnad Imam Ahmad, and others, with an authentic chain of narration. In this hadith the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam said to a man while he was advising him: 

“Take advantage of five matters before five other matters: your youth, before you become old; and your health, before you fall sick; and your richness, before you become poor; and your free time before you become busy; and your life, before your death.” 

Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasalam advised us to take advantage of five things (that we may have) before one loses it.

Let’s have a look at it

1. Youth before being old.

You are all young my dear children. There are numerous advantage of being young. Let us brainstorm the advantages of being youthful relative to being old

i. Energy

ii. Ability to learn

iii. Ability to retain knowledge

iv. Ability to move about

v. A sharper mind

vi. enthusiasm

vii. good sensories

viii. creative

ix. plenty of ideas

x. active

So many things you can do when you are young with so much zest and gutso. Imagine that you rush to gain knowledge now and if Allah wills that you live long, there is so much you can gain with the ilm that you have learned since young such as

i. worship for Allah

ii. benefiting the people

2. Health before sickness

Masya Allah Alhamdulillah you all are bestowed by Allah health since you are born.  Health may not stay with us forever. This is a ni’mah. remember to never stop thanking Allah for such a blessed ni’mah.

Let’s brainstorm on the difficulties of being sick

i. Difficulties to move. Making it more of a challenge to worship Allah.

Of course Allah has given us ease by allowing us to make solah in may ways. But just imagine that if you have never make prostration before. Can you feel the loss of not being able to make a proper prostration when you are sick and confined to your bed lying down and not be able to put your forehead and nose on the ground prostrating to Allah?

ii. Missing out opportunities

To rush and seek ilm. Learn ilm now and may our eemaan increases to cope with any test that Allah may sent to us. (May Allah protect us)

iii. Frustration and depression

Indeed the trials of sickness is tough. The more reason we must seek ilm before one falls sick (May Allah protect us from this) so that it will become our salvation in getting closer Allah.  And that it will help us fend off the whispers of Shaytan.

3. Richness before poor

There is hadith recorded in both Bukhari and Muslim reported by Ibn Abbas that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alaihi wasalam said,

“I looked into paradise, and saw that most of its inhabitants were the poor, and I looked into Hell and saw that most of its inhabitants were women.”

But being poor is no easy matter. Those among the poor who are admitted into jannah has the highest of eemaan. Being poor is a trial. We seek refuge in Allah from being poor in any state.

We will never know what Allah has destined for us. But we know what we have now.

Brainstorm what opportunity that you have now when you have wealth.

i. Give sadaqah

ii. Help the poor

iii. Seek ilm

iv. Sufficient (and more than sufficient) food to give you energy

v. Perform Hajj and Umrah

vi. build masjid

viii. buy good books

ix. help build school

x. access to medical facilities

4. Your free time before you become busy

If you think you are busy with your school work, extra activities and all sort, trust me you will get busier. And each time you get busier, you’ll probably wish that you do something good when you are less busy.

The world will always keep one busy. You will find your hands full of things to do and so many not done.

But have you seen so many successful people in both dunya and the deen successful on both sides. They can do everything including community work and have time to go to classes and also write books perhaps.

The key is to make proper time planning. Identify the major work that needs to be done and write down daily schedule on how you want to plan your day, week, month, yearly, next five years, next ten years and so forth.

When you do this Insya Allah you will find that you do have time and you can take up new challenges or new lessons or increase in hifz and so forth.

5. Life before death

When you die, everything will cease. You can’t add anymore good deeds to your akhirah account except the three mentioned in a hadith

Abu Hurayrah rahimahullaah reported that Allaah’s Messenger sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said: “When a human being dies, all of his deeds are terminated except for three types: an ongoing sadaqah, a knowledge (of Islaam) from which others benefit, and a righteous child who makes du’aa for him.”(Muslim and others)

And that is exactly what you should chase for when you are still alive.

i. giving sadaqah – especiallymore if you have the means to do so

ii. dispensing knowledge to benefit others – and how would you do if you are not seeking ilm to start with

iii. raising righteous child – and this also requires ilm.

Only when you are alive you can accumulate the shares of interest and bonus in the akhirah. Do not be like the disbelievers as per mentioned by Allah in the  quran

Surah al mu’minoon 23: 98-100

Until, when death comes to one of them (those who join partners with Allâh), he says: “My Lord! Send me back, (99) “So that I may do good in that which I have left behind!” No! It is but a word that he speaks, and behind them is Barzakh (a barrier) until the Day when they will be resurrected. (100)

They will be those who will regret and ask to be return to life again.

You have to wake up now and grab the opportunity of life for a blissful ending of akhirah. Do not be like those who only wake up when they die. And you would feel that the life in the world was just so short like a blink of an eye and ended up regretting either not doing much or doing nothing at all.

Indeed among the name of the days of resurrection is Yaumul Hasrah which means the day of regret. The disbelievers will regret not believing and the believers will regret not doing more good deeds.

May this hadith motivate you to make full use of your time, to strike it when you are young and healthy and most importantly alive. To make plans and arrange your daily life so we could fill it in Allah’s pleasure and in pursuit of knowledge and more more good deeds.

May Allah make our time filled with barakah.

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King of Kings

Continuation from the study of Allah’s name Al Malik

Story of Khosrow Parviz, the King of Iran (Persia)

Of the kings to whom Prophet Mohammad (saw) had sent letters inviting them to Islam, one was Khosrow Parviz, the King of Iran (Persia). The letter was sent to him through Abdullah ibn Hudhafah.

In the Name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate.

From Muhammad, Allah’s Messenger, to Khosrow, the King of Persia. Greetings to the followers of the right path, to those obedient to Allah and His Prophet, to those who bear witness to Allah’s Oneness, who worship the One God, and who bear witness to the prophecy of Allah’s servant, Muhammad.

Truly I call upon you to obey Allah’s command and convert to Islam. I am Allah’s Messenger to all the people so that living hearts will be awakened and illuminated and so that infidels will have no excuses. Submit to Islam so you will be safe and immune, and if you disobey me and turn down my invitation, you will be blamed for the sins of the magiansi.

On receiving the letter, Khosrow Parviz ordered it to be translated. When it was translated, he noticed that the Prophet Mohammad (saw) had written his own name before king’s and this proved too hard for him to digest. He tore the letter in fury, totally ignored Abdullah ibn Hudhafah and refrained from responding to the letter.

When Prophet Mohammad (saw) was informed of this act, he prayed: “O’ Lord! You too tear apart his kingdom.”

Khosrow Parviz wrote to Badhan, who was governor of Yemen, a Persian province: “It has reached my ears that a person has claimed Prophethood in Hijaz. Arrange to send two brave and courageous persons to him so that they may bring him to me as a captive.”

Immediately Badhan sent Abadhaweih, one of his assistants, and a Persian officer called Kharkharah, with a warrant that required Prophet Mohammad (saw) to surrender himself to them and go with them to Khosrow Parviz. Badhan, however, asked his assistant to find out the truth about Prophet Mohammad (saw).

Abadhaweih and his companion traveled from Yemen until they arrived in Taif, which is about 90 km from Makkah. Its people told them that Prophet Mohammad (saw) was now in Madinah. The Taif people – who were not Muslims at the time and the Quraish were very pleased when they learned that the Persian emperor had ordered the arrest of Muhammad. They felt that Prophet Mohammad (saw) was now facing his most difficult test.

Clean-shaven but with large moustaches, the two officers from Yemen came to Prophet Mohammad (saw) in Madinah. Abadhaweih said to him: “Khosrow Parviz, the king of kings, has written to Badhan, the governor of Yemen, commanding him to send us to take you to him. If you comply, Badhan will write to the king of kings interceding on your behalf. This will spare you a great deal of trouble. If you reject his order, you know how powerful he is. He is sure to destroy you and your people as well as your country.”

Prophet Mohammad (saw) did not like their appearance. He (saw) asked them who ordered them to shave their beards and their reply was: “Our Lord”, meaning Khosrow Parviz. Prophet Mohammad (saw) said: “But my Lord has commanded me to wear a beard and to trim my moustache.” He also asked them to wait till the following day when he was to meet them again. In the meantime, Prophet Mohammad (saw) received information through the angel Gabriel (Jabra’il) that Allah (SWT) had caused Khosrow Parviz to be killed by Shirweih, his own son, giving him the exact time of night and the date when Khosrow Parviz was killed in Persia.

Prophet Mohammad (saw) called in the Persian messengers and told them of the killing of their King. They said to him: “Do you realize what you are saying? Your arrest has been ordered for something much more trivial than this. Do you still wish us to write this down and inform governor Badhan of what you have just said?”

Prophet Mohammad (saw) replied: “Yes. Tell him also on my behalf that my religion and my kingdom will replace that of Khosrow Parviz and will sweep all before it. Tell him also that if he accepts Islam, I will give him what he has now under his authority and will make him a ruler in the area he now governs.” Prophet Mohammad (saw) also gave Kharkharah a sack of gold and silver that was sent to him as a present by another king.

The two envoys left and went back to Yemen where they told Badhan of what Prophet Mohammad (saw) had said. He told them: “This is not the sort of thing a king would say. To my mind, the man is a prophet, as he claims. If he is, what he has just told you will come to pass. If it is true that Khosrow Parviz has been killed, the man is a prophet and a messenger. If not, we will make up our mind about what to do with him.”

Presently Badhan received a message from Shirweih informing him that he had killed his father, Khosrow Parviz after he had adopted despotic measures against the Persian nobility. He also commanded him to ask his commanders to swear allegiance to him as the new King. He further asked him not to disturb Prophet Mohammad (saw) until he had received further instructions.

Badhan then realized that Muhammad was truly God’s Messenger. He called Abadhaweih in and questioned him further about Prophet Mohammad (saw). The latter told him that Prophet Mohammad (saw) did not keep any guard to protect him from his people or from anyone else. “Nevertheless, I have never spoken to a man who has inspired me with awe as much as he does.” Badhan was then certain that Muhammad was truly the Messenger of God and he communicated his conviction to his advisers and counselors. He declared that he wished to become a Muslim and they all joined him in accepting the message of the Prophet Mohammad (saw).

This was the beginning of the spread of Islam in Yemen. The majority of its population, Christians and Magians alike, started to accept Islam. They conveyed this to Prophet Mohammad (saw) and he sent them some of his companions to teach them the principles of Islam and instruct them in how to lead an Islamic life.

Abu Hurairah (RA) narrated that the Prophet (SAW) said:

“The most perfidious (awful/meanest) name to Allah is (that of) a man calling himself Malik Al-Amlak (the king of kings). In fact, there is no king but Allah”.

1. Not to use the term or nickname King of Kings on ourselves and to other people.
2. The name King of Kings is Allah’s most despised name

[Bukhari & Kitab At-Tauhid Chap # 46]

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