Qaisar o Kisra / قیصر و کسریٰ. Khaak aur Khoon / خاک اور خون. Aur Talwar Toot Gai / اور تلوار ٹوٹ گئی. About Naseem Hijazi: Sharīf Husain (Urdu: شریف حسین), who used the pseudonym Nasīm Hijāzī (Urdu: نسیم حجازی, commonly transliterated as Naseem Hijazi, or Naseem Hijazi's books. Naseem Hijazi Average rating: Loading. Sharif Hussain (Urdu: شریف حسین), who used the pseudonym Nasīm Hijāzī 19 May – 2 He also wrote a novel Khaak aur Khoon on the violence that resulted in tremendous bloodshed in , caused by the religious tensions being flared Shaheen, The Falcon, شاہین, Novel · Spanish Reconquista, Fall of Granada.
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Its builders too were renowned around the world. When any nation chooses for itself the path of freedom, prestige and prosperity, then, knowledge education works for it like a whip but when it strays away from this path, then, these very arts and sciences become an addictive drug and the deficiency of its actions is not even pricked by its conscience. With the matrimonial union of Ferdinand V and Isabella, two Christian kingdoms of Aragon and Castile were united and the intense discord among the Muslims proved to be the last blow to the glimmering flame of the Muslims.
Because of his unprecedented victories against the attacking Christian troops, he became famously known by this title in Granada too.
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This sixty miles long and forty miles wide mountain and forest was a home to these independent individuals who were neutral towards Granada but continuously at war with the neighboring Christian kingdoms. Before Badr his father Mughira was the emir of the region, who had captured and annexed a number of Christian regions into his kingdom.
When the rulers of Granada tried to make him their subject, he told the royal emissary that if the ruler of Granada stopped paying tribute to Castile then this region would be his and that he would join in the army as an ordinary soldier who would take pride in waging war against the Christians.
However, unlike Granada he would not become slaves to Castile. During those days Granada had become a center- stage of civil war and the ruler of Granada was not courageous enough to unite the opposing emirs nobles against the Christians of Castile.
The subjugated Christians nobles of Castile could not form a united front against Mughira because of… Page 34 …their mutual rivalries and this gave him ample time for making preparation. Some Muslims living under these Christian kingdoms joined hands with him but while his ranks had swelled to about six thousand soldiers a dramatic revolution was in the offing in Christian Andalus. Owing to the marriage between Ferdinand V and Isabella, northern Christian kingdoms created the union of Castile and Aragon, which became a major threat to Muslim Andalus.
He also felt that to conquer this region he would have to sacrifice a substantial amount of his army. Assessing the upcoming threat, Mughira started preparing mujahideen groups from the length and breadth of Andalus. He delegated the protection of the independent areas to his subordinate and guised as an ordinary merchant, toured major cities of Andalus. Muslims of Cordova, Seville and other cities, whose souls were suffocating in the chains of slavery committed themselves to taking part in jihad under him and in due time would raise the flag of revolt in their respective cities.
Hence, Mughira realized that after living under slavery in Christian Andalus for a long time, there were very few Muslims left here who would be willing to live and die for Islam. The techniques adopted by their Christian rulers to make Muslims strangers to their own religion proved to be successful to a certain extent and now under Ferdinand different ways were aggressively enforced to apostatize them. Muslim schools were banned from teaching Arabic. They were not allowed to wear Arabic attire.
They were forced to send their children to Christian schools.
There were some concessions to those who had converted to Christianity. However, Muslims who opted to stay… Page 35 …were ordered to wear a specific symbol.
They were mocked in the markets. This resulted in the formation of a community that appeared to be Christians but performed the Islamic prayers in the privacy of their homes. For the remainder of the Muslims the biggest threat was a nationalist movement. A group of hypocrites raised the issue of Andalusian and non-Andalusians. These people were uniting the Spanish Muslims against the Arab Muslims and the Christian government, realizing that this would be to their advantage, started patronizing them.
These people used to spit- out venom against Arab and Berber Muslims in the mosques and public places. In such circumstances many Arabs and Berbers immigrated to Morocco while some settled in Granada.
Mughira was not very optimistic after he returned from his visit to the different cities. From thirty cities about four thousand Muslims took pledge at his hands for jihad. Therefore, he was not disappointed and vowed to spread the message of jihad to every city of Andalus.
He also felt that unless and until the flag of revolt is not raised by a brave ruler of Granada, the Muslim dream of a renaissance would remain unfulfilled. His biggest wish was that the ruler of Granada declare jihad against the Christians and after which he would join this army of diehard fighters.
Despite the circumstances, Mughira did not lose hope. Every year he would disguise himself and tour different cities, preparing people for jihad. On returning to his residence too, he would spend most of his time writing letters to secret organizations in different cities of Andalus. One day Mughira was sitting in a room of an old fort in the forest.
A soldier came in and reported that a few soldiers have arrested and brought a stranger from the border areas, who says that… Page 36 …he has brought an important message from Toledo. To further his activities, Mughira had not gotten a chance to visit Toledo yet. At his signal the stranger was presented before him. At this point in time Badr was fourteen years old and was sitting close to his father. He is my son.
I am amazed that you have continued to ignore this city. I shall arrive very soon.
A soldier came into the room and informed him that his horse was ready. The soldier left the room. Finally, he bowed down and kissed his forehead. Suddenly, Badr took a shiver, a little sneeze and after a while opened his eyes.
I will not let you go alone. I will come along with you. I saw that a pack of wolves was following us. You were left behind. They captured you. You should run away. If you would like to go then I will also come along. Last year you had promised that you will take me along if you went to Granada. I am going to Toledo and you could face a lot of dangers there with me.
I am not a coward. Father, you yourself say that my dreams are not untrue. In my absence, you will be the caretaker of this forest. I shall leave with the trust that you will not be careless towards your duties.
If you come after me, I will think that you have not obeyed my orders. Therefore, his companions were not worried. Moreover, there is also a great number of people who memorize Quran as well, thus helping preserve Quran in the same word in which it was revealed and not even a single word has changed since then. One becomes a Muslim by entering into the circle of Islam and from that point forward, a Muslim believes in all the core beliefs of Islam and tries level best to implement all those in his or her life.
Pillars of Islam: There are five pillars of Islam upon which the whole faith stands. These five pillars are obligatory upon every Muslim to observe and follow. Any negligence in fulfilling and practicing these pillars results in great punishment that a Muslim would either receive in this world in some form or in the world hereafter.
The lines below briefly discuss the pillars and what they entail, although the information listed below can also be found in a compact form in the two smartphone applications developed by QuranReading. Shahadah: The first pillar of Islam is Shahadah.
It is the proclaimation which a Muslim makes when he or she enters Islam. Without agreeing to this statement in word and in heart, a person cannot enter Islam and if after entering, there rises a doubt in the mind of a person regarding it then he or she has a corrupt faith.
Salah: Salah is the obligatory prayer which Muslims perform every day. In addition to being a means of worshipping and praising Allah Almighty, Salah also stands as one of the best invocations that a Muslim can use in order to ask Allah Almighty of anything. Moreover, Salah is one of the first things that will be asked about on the Jjudgement Day. Every years Muslims fast for a month every fast in which lasts from dawn till dusk.
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During the fasting period Muslims refrain from any kind of eating, drinking and sexual intercourse. The purpose of fasting is to purify the soul and feel the hunger and depravity that the less fortunate people of the world face. Fasting invests the spirit of empathy in the Muslims and makes them more sensitive and sympathetic towards others.
Zakah: Zakah is the Muslim form of obligatory charity. It is other than the voluntary charity and it entails that when the wealth of a Muslim goes beyond a certain level, he or she is to give s certain percentage of it to other people. Zakah is obligatory for every one who fulfills the criteria and Quran has told of the people who deserve Zakah.Kashif Butt rated it it was amazing Oct 01, I saw that a pack of wolves was following us.
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