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Tasawwuf Rises in Saudi Arabia – Mawlid 2006 in Jeddah, KSA

  • Author: MR
  • Filed under: Islam, Video
  • Date: Nov 23,2006 | 11:25 PM

All I have to say is, Allah hu Akbar! May Allah (swt) strengthen tasawwuf in Saudi Arabia! Ameen!

Here is the video clip of some Sufis in Jeddah reciting some dhikr in the Jeddah Mawlid:

Here are more video clips (a little bit better quality):


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    1. Talha December 5th, 2006 at 6:20 pm

      Masha’ALLAH,

      Brother Abdul Sattar and Doa, ALLAH SUBHANA WATA’ALA bless you for such uniting comments which I definately agree with. I am not perfect, and yes I am learning, but from what I said, if one was to understand the meaning behind it, he would see it is simply straightforward.

      Hazrat ABU BAKR SIDDIQUE (Razi ALLAH ta’ala anho) at a specific time kissed his two thumbs and put them on his eyes. The Holy Prophet (Sallallaho alaihi wassallim) replied, “If any of my followers, my Ummati’s will do what you have done, their sins will be cleansed.”

      Yet still today many people claim this to be bidah, when it is supported by a Hadith Shareef.

      Sorry if I upset anyone, may ALLAH ALMIGHTY unite our hearts as ONE.

      ALLAHUMA SALLE ALA SAYYIDINA MUHAMMADIN WA’ALA ALE SAYYIDINA MUHAMMADIN WA BARIK WASSALLIM!

    2. Khalid Sharif January 21st, 2007 at 12:27 am

      “And who is more astray than one who calls on (invokes) besides Allaah, such as will not answer him till the Day of Resurrection, and who are (even) unaware of their calls (invocations) to them?”

      [al-Ahqaaf 46:5]

    3. Khalid Sharif January 21st, 2007 at 12:29 am

      And the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him): “If you ask, then ask of Allaah, and if you seek help, then seek the help of Allaah.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi (2516); classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh Sunan al-Tirmidhi.

    4. Saif April 2nd, 2007 at 2:00 pm

      I only want to say that only and only ask Allah to help us walk on straight path of Islam.

      Dont fight with eachother , where u have differece of opinion ask Allah to make our feet strong on what is the truth and what is best amen , read , research and remember if you search for the truth Allah will guide you to the truth, but if you already decide then christians or jews or evryother false religions also feel and belive they are true. so read , research over and over again read all books and keep asking Allah to help you towards the right path of Islam and then you will know yourself whats bidda whats not what to do what not to do. Gain knowlege and remember Knowlege is light and power and inshaAllah ask Allah and Allah will guide to the true path enshaAllah…

      Albaqara- 1-17
      ALLAH in the name of The Most Affectionate, the Merciful.

      Alif-Lam Mim (Individual Letters of Arabic Alphabet).
      That high ranked Book (Quran) whereof there is no place of doubt, in it there is guidance to the God-fearing.
      Who believe without seeing, and establish prayer and spend in Our path, out of Our provided subsistence.
      And who believe in what has been sent down towards you, O beloved prophet! And what has been sent down before you and are convinced of the Last Day.
      They alone are on the guidance from their Lord and they alone are the gainers.
      Surely, as to those who are destined to infidelity, it is alike whether you warn them or warn them not, they will never believe.
      Allah has set a seal on their hearts and on their ears, and over their eyes there is a dark covering, and for them is great torment.
      And some people say, ‘We have believed in Allah and the Last Day’ yet they are not to believe.
      They seek to deceive Allah and the believers, and in fact, they deceive not but their own souls, and they perceive not.
      In their hearts is a disease, so Allah has increased their disease and for them is a painful torment, the recompense of their lies.
      And when it is said to them, create not disorder on the earth, they say, ‘we are but reformats’.
      Be-ware! It is they who are the mischief-makers, but they perceive not.
      And when it is said to them ‘believe as others have believed,’ they say, ‘shall we believe as fools’, believe, Beware! It is they who are the fools, but they do not know.
      And when they meet believers, they say, ‘we believe’, and when they are alone with their devils, they say, ‘we are with you, we are only mocking’.
      Allah mocks at them (Befitting His Dignity) and leaves them to wander about in their contumacy.
      They are those people who purchased error for guidance but their trade earned them no profit, and they indeed knew not the way of trading.
      Their example is like the one who kindled a fire, so when it lit up all around him, Allah took away their light and left them in darkness where nothing is seen.

      and in Albaqara 26 Allah subhawanowatala says
      Surely, Allah not ashamed of describing any thing for illustration, be it a gnat or above it, hence those who accepted faith, they know that it is the truth from their Lord, and those who are disbeliveers they say, “What does Allah mean by such a similitude”. Allah sends astray many by it and guides many and Bends astray those by it who are disobedient

      Remember there are those who Belive , there are those who do not belive and there are those who say by their mouths that they belive but they never really do by their heart and soul and they are the worst of creations.

      and among the best-known of hadiths is the relation of Imam al-Bukhari in which

      Ibn Umar said: ‘The Prophet (s.w.s.) mentioned: “O Allah, give us baraka in our Syria, O Allah, give us baraka in our Yemen.” They said: “And in our Najd?” and he said: “O Allah, give us baraka in our Syria, O Allah, give us baraka in our Yemen.” They said: “And in our Najd?” and I believe that he said the third time: “In that place are earthquakes, and seditions, and in that place shall rise the devil’s horn [qarn al-shaytan].”

      Those who want can check out this links for further studies

      http://www.masud.co.uk/ISLAM/misc/najd.htm
      http://www.hizmetbooks.org/British_Spy_Hempher/
      http://www.nooremadinah.net/MiladunNabi/Index.asp

      and only Allah alone is our guide may Allah help us walk the straight path of Islam

      Guide us in the straight path.
      The path of those whom You have favoured. Not of those who have earned Your anger and nor of those who have gone astray.
      1,Al fathia. 6 & 7.

    5. nimo April 8th, 2007 at 10:33 pm

      asalamu aleikum. I heard that bidah can come only in ‘ibadah’ , that means that internet and such things can’t be bidah since it is not ibadah or worship??

      asl

    6. Usooli January 20th, 2008 at 2:26 pm

      Many people think just because of the Nejdi dominance today in the lands of the two holy mosques, all the inhabitants of arabia are neo-salafis/kharijis. This is a huge misconception. There are many people of tasawuff, people of madahib, people of the schools of Imam Ashari and Maturidi, in the hejaz region particular, and in other places of the land as well, especially in the city of Makkah, and one example is our late shaykh may Allah have mercy on him, Shaykh Muhammad ibn Alawi al Makki al Maliki. The khawarij neo salafis are a just phase in history, and it should be remembered that approximately 1000 years ago in this land Arabia there were peoples worse than them who ruled, the hejaz was ruled by the Ismaili Fatimids, the Eastern portions of Arabia was under Qaramita Rawafid, and Yemen was under Zayidis, all three at the same time being present such that the whole Arabia became a shia dominated land, and their periods of rule lasted longer than the current rule of the wahabis ever since their emergence, and it should be known that the unblessed neo-salafi khawarij’s authority wont last forever or long, as Allah doesnt grant success to corrupters on earth, and because of their compounded extermism and ignorance they will split and battle amongst each other, as what is seen now, and many of them will leave Islam just like the arrow leaves a bow, which is clearly being seen amongst their ranks as well, and the last of the khawarij would be with the Dajjal, and soon the true Ahlas sunnah will be back in dominance, just as it happened in the past, for the Aqebah is for those who are Mutaqqun, and this is clearly is seen in the dominant society under Eesa[as] where people will be living under true rememberance of Allah, having ikraam for one another, having the malice/illnesses of hearts taken away from them, and with real tranquility in all walks of life being actualized as a result

    7. wahhabi dissident January 20th, 2008 at 7:21 pm

      the ruling party in saudia are kafireen/munafiqeen they let the americans celebrate christmas, drink and fornicate in the peninsula, so why wouldn’t they let the sufis and shias do their thing?

    8. aamer khan January 21st, 2008 at 12:31 am

      assalamu alaikum,

      dissident-two wrongs don’t make a right.

      if the sahabah did not do it, why should we? the Prophet (s) told us how to celebrate his birthday, by fasting every monday. if there was a better way to celebrate his birthday, wouldn’t he have told us?

      personally i think he would have.

    9. Ibraheem January 21st, 2008 at 9:59 am

      I’m a descendent of Saudi Sufis…
      We went to Syria about 200 something years ago so they’re out there.
      It’s good to see Sunni Islam returning to the Hijaz.

      Those who say the Mawlid is haram are innovators. The Prophet, may peace and prayers be upon him, never said it was haram. If he never said it was haram, who are all these people to say it is haram?! Is the Islamic Sharia’ not good enough for you?! Are you not content with what the Prophet said! Why do you feel the need to add more?!

    10. BM January 21st, 2008 at 12:48 pm

      Ibraheem on January 21, 2008 at 9:59 am said:

      I’m a descendent of Saudi Sufis…
      We went to Syria about 200 something years ago so they’re out there.
      It’s good to see Sunni Islam returning to the Hijaz.

      Those who say the Mawlid is haram are innovators. The Prophet, may peace and prayers be upon him, never said it was haram. If he never said it was haram, who are all these people to say it is haram?! Is the Islamic Sharia’ not good enough for you?! Are you not content with what the Prophet said! Why do you feel the need to add more?!

      As salamu ‘alaykum,

      Masha Allah, above is a clever response.

      Take heed people who accuse others of “adding” (bid’a sariha) to the deen, you may yourself be unwittingly adding something to the Shariah that does not belong in it. The argument “the Sahabas didn’t do it therefore we shouldn’t do it” is misleading and, with due respect to the people who cited it here, shows ignorance of the sciences of the Shariah (Usul).

      The Mawlid isn’t a fard or sunnah practice, it is regarded as permissable or encouraged/recommended. The question with regards to permissable/recommended isn’t just – did the Prophet (??? ???? ???? ????) do it or not? It’s also – would the Prophet (??? ???? ???? ????) condemn it or not? i.e. With reference to the Shariah is the act impermissable? The MAJORITY of the scholars of ahl ul sunnah have deemed it permissable, some say it’s makruh to do it on a single specific day but they don’t condemn those that do.

      The opinion that does condemn the Mawlid and accusing the Muslims who celebrate it, IS the real bid’a.

      Wa Allahu a’lam

      May Allah guide and aid the Muslims of Saudi Arabia as well as all the Muslims, and may He rid teh deen of all evil innovation, amin.

    11. BM January 21st, 2008 at 12:51 pm

      Sorry the ??? suppose to be sal Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam.

      And this bit should be –

      The opinion that does condemn the Mawlid and accusing the Muslims [of shirk, bid’a] who celebrate it, IS the real bid’a.

    12. aboo January 21st, 2008 at 6:09 pm

      yaa ibraheem,

      HadakAllah,

      The Shariah doesn’t work like that. Al-yawma akmaltu laa kum deenakum, “Today I have perfected your religion for you.” is an ayah from the quran, one of the last ayaat revealed. Our religion was completed, walhamdulillah

      there is no need to do anything other than what the prophet did, rather, in our ibaadat, doing something he didn’t do is a bidah, innovation.

      You can use any logic you like, but like imaam ahmad said during the time he was being tested for not saying the quran is created “aatooni shaiyan min kitab Allah o sunnat ar rasool” give me something from the book of Allah or the Sunnah of the prophet to substantiate your claims.

      barakAllahu feek

    13. ... January 21st, 2008 at 7:20 pm

      Anyone have any other nice mawlids/hadrahs they wanna share?

    14. siddiqui4ever January 21st, 2008 at 10:19 pm

      Dear aboo,

      Assalamualaikum,

      As I remember the shariah does work like that…

      The basic principles are:

      1. The rule is that everything is Halal unless explicitly forbidden.
      2. Only Allah has the right to legislate for man.
      3. Prohibiting Halal and permitting Haram is synonymous with Shirk.
      4. Haram is always associated with what is bad and harmful.
      5. There is always a better substitute in Halal for that which is made Haram.
      6. Anything that leads to Haram is considered Hararn.
      7. It is Haram to declare something Halal when it is manifestly Haram.
      8. Good intentions do not justify committing Haram.
      9. One should guard himself against matters that are on the borderline between Halal and Haram (Mushtabahat).
      10. In extreme circumstances, Haram is permissible within certain limits.

      TO EXPAND ON POINT #1

      1. The Basic Asl Refers to the Permissibility of Things
      The first asl (Asl, plural usual, denotes origin, source, foundation, basis, fundamental or principle. (Trans.)), or principle, established by Islam is that the things which Allah has created and the benefits derived from them are essentially for man’s use, and hence are permissible. Nothing is haram except what is prohibited by a sound and explicit nas (Nas denotes either a verse of the Qur’an or a clear, authentic, and explicit sunnah (practice or saying) of Prophet Muhammad. These are the two main sources of Islamic law, i.e., its Shari’ah. (Trans.)) from the Law-Giver, Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala. If the nas is not sound, as for example in the case of a weak hadith, or if it is not explicit in stating the prohibition, the original principle of permissibility applies.

      The scholars of Islam have derived this principle of the natural usability and permissibility of things from the clear verses of the Qur’an. For example, Allah says: It is He who created all that is in the earth for you…. (2:29) He has subjected to you, from Himself, all that is in the heavens and all that is on the earth…. (45:13) Do you not see that Allah has subjected to you whatever is in the heavens and what is on earth, and has showered upon you His favors, both apparent and unseen? (31:20)

    15. wahhabi dissident January 21st, 2008 at 11:00 pm

      i’m not saying it’s right. all i’m saying is that you shouldn’t be surprised to see this kind of thing in saudi arabia. because they allow even worse things to go on there. the government of saudi arabia is purely secular. they just don’t have a democracy, it is ruled by man made laws none the less.

    16. Ibraheem January 21st, 2008 at 11:02 pm

      aboo on January 21, 2008 at 6:09 pm said:

      yaa ibraheem,

      HadakAllah,

      The Shariah doesn’t work like that. Al-yawma akmaltu laa kum deenakum, “Today I have perfected your religion for you.” is an ayah from the quran, one of the last ayaat revealed. Our religion was completed, walhamdulillah

      there is no need to do anything other than what the prophet did, rather, in our ibaadat, doing something he didn’t do is a bidah, innovation.

      You can use any logic you like, but like imaam ahmad said during the time he was being tested for not saying the quran is created “aatooni shaiyan min kitab Allah o sunnat ar rasool” give me something from the book of Allah or the Sunnah of the prophet to substantiate your claims.

      barakAllahu feek

      I’m pretty sure it does work like that.

    17. aamer khan January 22nd, 2008 at 12:22 am

      The asl that everything is permissible until proven impermissible applies to things that are mundane matters (Mua’malat or adaat).

      Everything is Haram when it comes to PURE Ibadah unless proven Halal. This comes from the Hadith in the 40 hadith of Nawawi: “On the Authority of the Mother of the Believers Aisha (raa) who said, ‘The Messender of Allah (s) said, “Whoever introduces something into this matter of ours something that is not from it will have it rejected.”‘”

      A mundane matter can become an Ibadah as long as there is the proper intention. However, to be considered a mundane matter, it must exist as a mundane matter wihtout the intention. This cannot be said about the Mawlid because there is no way to say that it is a mundane matter, and can exist as one without an intention.

      If someone says EVERYTHING is permissible unless proven impermissible, then that logic could apply to Dhuhr salah. Someone could say that there is no clear prohibition limiting the rakahs to four, therefore I can pray 6 rakahs. It just doesnt make sense.

      Now someone who says, “The Prophet didn’t use the internet, therefore it is bidah” doesn’t understand the difference between a mundane matter and a pure ibadah. The use of the internet, without an intention can exist as a mundane matter, but can convert to an ibadah with an intention. What makes it different from a pure ibadah is that it can exist as a mundane matter without an intention. This is not so for the mawlid.

      If someone can prove that the Mawlid can exist as a mundane matter without an intention of getting closer to Allah, then sure, celebrate!

      And a final note: The Sahaba were the most perfect human beings to walk on this planet besides the Prophets and Messengers, upon all of them be peace. Those who claim that they can get closer to Allah, or profess their love for the Messenger of Allah (s), in a way other than their way, or that of Rasulullah (s) then they are only deluding themselves. They were promised Jannah. We aren’t promised Jannah. If the mawlid brought us closer to Allah, the Sahabah would have done it.

      And Allah knows best!

    18. BM January 22nd, 2008 at 10:42 am

      Dear brother Ameer,
      Salam ‘alaykum

      Quote:
      >>The asl that everything is permissible until proven impermissible applies to things that are mundane matters (Mua’malat or adaat). Everything is Haram when it comes to PURE Ibadah unless proven Halal.<<

      This principle I believe is adopted by the Hanbali ulema, and by no means the majority view of all the ulema. There is no standard position or consensus amongst the scholars regarding the original ruling of deeds in Islam. i.e. Some said everything is halal until proven otherwise, some said everything is haram until proven otherwise and some held the view nothing has a ruling (halal or haram) until the Shariah declares it to be halal or haram.

      The Ulema’s understanding of the deen is vast, your understanding (that Mawlid is bid’a) is one of many, infact your’s is the minority opinion, and in light of the views from the majority of the scholars (from ahl ul sunnah), the opinion you follow is batil.

      In the end we all fall back to the opinion of the scholars we trust (unless we are confident we can derive rulings from the sources ourselves). Scholars such as Sh ibn Taymiyya and Imam Suyuti wrote about the permissibilty of the Mawlid. The latter relates from Ibn Hajar:

      “Basically, commemorating the Mawlid is an innovation that has not been transmitted by the righteous Muslims of the first three centuries. However, it involves good things and their opposites, therefore, whoever looks for the good and avoids the opposites then it is a good innovation.’ (Alhawi lil Fatawi)

      The arguments for and against these issues are easily accessible now, these online debates add little value.

      I agree with brother MR when he says celebrating the Mawlid doesn’t necessarily make one a better Muslim than those who don’t. BUT (big fat but) In my experience of being in the company of both groups of people, attending their gatherings for several years, I found much more benefit being in the company of the lovers of Rasul Allah (sal Allahu ‘alayhi wasallam) who celebrate the blessed Milad. To me these people, the Shuyukh and normal lay-Muslims embody the outer AND inner sunnah of the Prophet (sal Allahu ‘alayi wasallam) better. That’s just my experience, we should all ultimatley go with what benefits our Islam, Iman and Ihsan.

      Brother Ameer, forgive me if this is a too personal criticism on you. I had a look at your website and see you’re a photographer. You espouse quite strict interpretations of what is halal/haram vis a vis the practices of the Sahaba and literal interpretation of hadiths. How do you reconcile being a photographer in light of the hadiths that clearly forbid making pictures and condemn those who make pictures? “Mundane” matter or not, the Sahaba (may Allah be pleased with them) did not practice making pictures, so those people who are quick to condemn others of going against the practices of the Sahaba should be consistent in all matters of import, no?

      I’m tired of certain groups who keep saying “if their was any good in it the Sahaba whould have done it”, if there was any bad in it the Scholars of the Shariah would have prohibited it! Also how can someone say – “if there was a better way to celebrate his birthday, wouldn’t he have told us?personally i think he would have.” Can you not see the arrogance of this statement? What right do you have to say what the blessed Prophet (sal Allahu ‘alayhi wasallam) would/would not have done?

      The Mawlids I attend nothing occurs except the praise of the Prophet (sal Allahu ‘alayhi wasallam). And yes I feel my love of Allah and Prophet (sal Allahu ‘alayi wasallam) increases by being in these gatherings, and videos like the ones posted by MR rekindle that love. Bite me.

      Wasalam

    19. BM January 22nd, 2008 at 10:54 am

      Sorry bro Aamer misspelt your name.

    20. Ibraheem January 24th, 2008 at 9:12 am

      BM, if I may correct you, it was not adopted by the Hambali Ulema. Imam ibn Rajab al-Hambali held that everything is halal unless proven otherwise except for sexual intimacy and meat. Imam ibn Taymiyya, a great Hambali scholar (and Qadri Sufi) believed the Mawlid to be praiseworthy.

    21. Ibrahim Abdulhaq January 24th, 2008 at 3:08 pm

      This is not tasawwuf.

      Tasawwuf consists of inner dispositions and states, not outward rituals. Dancing around and chanting is not tasawwuf, having ikhlas and taqwa in the heart is tasawwuf.

    22. abdurraheem January 27th, 2008 at 7:19 am

      Sister Aysha &Brothers,I agree with u. Yes we should celebrate it every year
      And every month and every week
      And every hour and every moment. Mawlid is permissible if it is not containing any harram things.Wahabi’s didnt read hadith about some small girls singing and praising about the Martyr of BADR battle in marriage function where prophet(PBUH) had also attended that marraige. Wahabis are arrogants. Allah also praised prophet (PBUH) in Quran. Innaka La’ala Khulukin Aleem. there are many more placees in Quran.go to below links. from Dubai Awqaaf.

      http://www.sunnah.org/ibadaat/mawlid_dubai.htm

    23. hamid March 7th, 2008 at 7:13 pm

      Dear Bros,

      The very reason why we are in tatters and have so much of difference in our Ummah is because we do not have our irtibaardh with Sayyidina Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam.

      We only know his Sunnah, while we forget who he actually is or what his status is. He is the zaiim, the leader of all mankind, under his flagship will we be risen on the Day of Reckoning. It is his Shafa’a that is going to save us from the torments and tribulations in the Hereafter.

      I can go on and state numerous Ayah from the Quran al-Kareem regarding the lofty status…

    24. hamid March 7th, 2008 at 7:17 pm

      of Sayyidina Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam but I think I leave those who are doubtful to have to onus to look these up yourselves.

      As one of the readers have mentioned, Allah has mentioned in His Kalaam, “Wa ra fa’na laka dzikrak.” Allah has raised Sayyidina Nabi’s remembrance high and lofty. Can us humans do any better than that? Reciting the Mawlid Sharif is a way of showing our love for Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam. It is full of barakah as there are numerous Durood/Selawat contained within the verses of the Mawlid itself. We are not raisiing the status of Nabi one bit by reciting Mawlid as Allah has already given His Habib the highest status. We are merely earning “brownie points” for Akhirah for ourselves. Let us be the ummah worthy of the…

    25. hamid March 7th, 2008 at 7:20 pm

      Shaf’a of Sayyidina Nabi Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam.

      Insha-Allah, when we have irtibaardh with Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam, Allah is with us.

      On a final note, Rasulullah has said in a Hadith: “He who accuses his neighbour of Shirk, the accuser himself becomes a mushrik.” (Bukhari) So let us be careful with our accusations.

      Barakallahu Feena,
      Hamid

    26. truth March 8th, 2008 at 11:49 am

      http://youtube.com/results?search_query=breakdance+sufi+&search_type=

      you be the judge if this is from the sunnah..or even from islam

    27. imam April 21st, 2008 at 8:01 am

      ALLAHUMMA SWALLI WASSALIM ALA KHAIRI KHALKIKA WA ALIHI WASALLAM
      is showing respect for the PROPHET haram?if ALLAH and HIS ANGELS do it who has the authority to say its bid a .inna llaha wa malaikatu hu yussaluuna ala nnabi……..

    28. Abu Husayn August 30th, 2009 at 7:23 am

      By calling the Mawlid a bidah you are condemning the very cream of the Muslim scholarship who not only allowed it, but even commended it provided no haram takes place. Salautations on the Prophet by scholarly agreement has no fixed number, place or time. When you fast on Monday, by the hadith, you are honoring the birth of the best of creation. How can you hope for his intercession (and yes, you need it!) when you have not cultivated love for him in your heart? Some have called for having the intention to visit the Prophet’s Mosque, rather than to visit the best of creation, upon whom be peace and blessings??? Look at the video, do you see any act that in and of itself is haram??? Men have gathered to express love of Allah’s beloved, and you condemn it? Search your heart, search your heart. :(

    29. Abu Husayn August 30th, 2009 at 7:32 am

      One member raises a great point. Some girls were singing songs praising the virtues of those martryed at Badr and the Prophet did not condemn them and in fact encouraged them to keep singing, yet you condemn those who gathered to sing the praise of the source of Allah’s blessings, peace and blessings of Allah upon him and his family? The Prophet let Aisha look over his should to watch the Abyssinians dance, yet you condemn those who sway and bow out of estatic love of the Allah’s beloved, upon whom be peace and blessings? Check the sources, everything thing I mentioned is Sahih. So, what is your problem other than being dogmatic? Brothers and Sisters, you only have one opportunity in this life, fill it with love of the Prophet and a little works will be acceptable by Allah from you, insha’Allah. “A man is with the one he loves”, again, a sahih hadith.

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