You are on page 1of 3

http://www.tharjuma.

com

Edition: 63
TAMIL - AUTHOR : MUFTI A.UMAR SHARIF KASHIMI

mfghtpy; ,uz;lhtJ xg;ge;jk; (njhlh;r;rp)

12 jiytu;fs;

Nkw;$wg;gl;l Kiwg;gb xg;ge;jk; epiwT ngw;wTld; egp (]y;)
mtu;fs; me;j kf;fsplk; 12 jiytu;fis jq;fSf;fhfj;
Nju;e;njLf;Fk;gb $wpdhu;fs;. jq;fsJ $l;lj;jpdiu
fz;fhzpg;gJk;> xg;ge;jj;jpd; mk;rq;fis epiwNtw;wj; J}z;LtJk;
me;jj; jiytu;fspd; gzpahf ,Ue;jJ.

kjPdhthrpfs; f];u[; Nfhj;jpuj;ijr; Nru;e;j xd;gJ egu;fisAk;>
mt;]; Nfhj;jpuj;ijr; Nru;e;j %d;W egu;fisAk; jq;fspd;
jiytu;fshfj; Nju;e;njLj;jdu;.

f];u[; fpisiar; Nru;e;j jiytu;fs;:

1) m];mJ ,g;D [{uhuh ,g;D mj];

2) ]mJ ,g;D ugP/ ,g;D mk;U

3) mg;Jy;yh`; ,g;D uth`h ,g;D ]/ygh

4) uh/gp/ ,g;D khypf; ,g;D m[;yhd;

5) guh/ ,g;D k/&u; ,g;D ]f;u;

6) mg;Jy;yh`; ,g;D mk;U ,g;D `uhk;
Page 1 of 3
http://www.tharjuma.com

7) cghjh ,g;D ]hgpj; ,g;D fa;];

8) ]/J ,g;D cghjh ,g;D Jiyk;

9) Kd;jpu; ,g;D mk;U ,g;D Fid]; (uopay;yh`{ md;`{k;).

mt;]; fpisiar; Nru;e;j jiytu;fs;:

1) ci]j; ,g;D `{iou; ,g;D rpkhf;

2) ]mJ ,g;D if]kh ,g;D `hhp];

3) /ghM ,g;D mg;Jy; Kd;jpu; ,g;D [{igu; (uopay;yh`{
md;`{k;).

,e;jj; jiytu;fsplk; mtu;fs; jiytu;fs; vd;w mbg;gilapy;
kw;w rpy cld;gbf;ifiaAk; egp (]y;) thq;fpdhu;fs;.

mjhtJ> <]h ,g;D ku;aKf;F mtuJ cw;wj; Njhou;fs;
nghWg;ghspfshf ,Ue;jJ Nghd;W ePq;fs; cq;fsJ $l;lj;jpdhpd;
fhhpaq;fSf;F nghWg;ghspfshtPu;fs;. ehd; KO K];ypk;
rKjhaj;jpdUf;Fk; nghWg;ghsp MNtd; vd;W egp (]y;) $w ,ij
mtu;fs; midtUk; Vw;Wf; nfhz;ldu;. (,g;D `p\hk;)

i\j;jhd; $r;rypLfpwhd;

es;sputpy; ,ufrpakhf eilngw;w cld;gbf;if KOikahf
epiwTngw;W> $l;lj;jpdu; midtUk; gphpe;J nry;y ,Uf;Fk;
Neuj;jpy;> i\j;jhd;fspy; xUtDf;F me;j xg;ge;jj;ijg; gw;wp
njhpa te;jTld; mijg; gfpuq;fg;gLj;Jtjw;fhf $r;rypl;lhd;.
filrp jUzj;jpy;jhd; mtDf;F cld;gbf;if njhpate;jjhy;
Fiw\p jiytu;fSf;F ,e;jr; nra;jpia Kd;$l;bNa njhptpf;f
Kbahky; Ngha;tpl;lJ. vdNt> K];ypk;fs; xd;W Nru;tjpypUe;J
mtu;fisj; jLf;Fk; re;ju;g;gk; mtu;fSf;F Vw;gltpy;iy.
cldbahf me;j i\j;jhd; mq;Fs;s Xu; caukhd ,lj;jpy; Vwp
epd;Wnfhz;L kpf gaq;fukhd rg;jj;jpy; 'X! $lhuj;jpy;
jq;fpapUg;gtu;fNs! ,Njh ,e;j ,opTf;FhpatiuAk; mtUld;
kjk;khwp nrd;wtu;fisAk; ePq;fs; ghu;f;f Ntz;lhkh?
,tu;fnsy;yhk; cq;fs; kPJ Nghu; njhLf;f Ntz;Lnkd xd;W$b
,Uf;fpd;wdu;" vd;W $r;rypl;lhd;.

Page 2 of 3
http://www.tharjuma.com

mijf; Nfl;l egp (]y;) mtu;fs; ',td; ,e;jf; fzthapd;
i\j;jhd;" vd;W $wp me;j i\j;jhid Nehf;fp 'Va;
my;yh`;tpd; vjphpNa! mjptpiutpy; ehd; cdJ fzf;if Kbj;J
tpLfpNwd;" vd;W $wptpl;L mq;fpUe;jtu;fsplk; mtutu;
$lhuq;fSf;Ff; fiye;J nry;YkhW Miz gpwg;gpj;jhu;fs;. (,g;D
`p\hk;)

,e;j i\j;jhdpd; Ngr;irf; Nfl;l mg;gh]; ,g;D cghjh ,g;D
es;yh 'cq;fis cz;ikiaf; nfhz;L mDg;gpa ,iwtdpd; kPJ
Mizahf! ePq;fs; tpUk;gpdhy; ehis ,q;F jq;fpapUf;Fk;
kpdhthrpfs; midtu; kPJk; ehq;fs; thNse;jp Nghu;
njhLf;fpNwhk;" vd;W $wpdhu;. Mdhy; mjw;F egp (]y;) mtu;fs;
'ekf;F mt;thW fl;lis ,lg;gltpy;iy. ,g;NghJ ePq;fs;
cq;fsJ $lhuq;fSf;Fj; jpUk;gpr; nry;Yq;fs;" vd;W $wNt
midtUk; jpUk;gpr; nrd;W jq;fsJ $l;lj;jpdUld; cwq;fpf;
nfhz;lhu;fs;. (,g;D `p\hk;)

ENGLISH- THE SEALED NECTAR – MEMORIES OF THE PROPHET (PBUH)-AUTHOR- ISSAM DIAB

The Prophet [pbuh] then asked the group to appoint twelve deputies to preach Islam to
their people in Madinah, to shoulder the responsibility of implementing the articles of this
pledge and to guide the respective men of their own tribes in matters relating to the
propagation of Islam. The deputies elected were nine from Al-Khazraj: As‘ad bin Zurarah
bin ‘Ads, Sa‘d bin Ar-Rabi‘ bin ‘Amr, ‘Abdullah bin Rawahah bin Tha‘labah, Rafi‘ bin
Malik bin Al-‘Ajlan, Al-Bara’ bin Ma‘rur bin Sakhr, ‘Abdullah bin ‘Amr bin Haram, ‘Ubadah
bin As-Samit bin Qais, Sa‘d bin ‘Ubadah bin Dulaim and Al-Mundhir bin ‘Amr bin Khunais.
Three others were from Al-Aws: Usaid bin Hudair bin Sammak, Sa‘d bin Khaithamah bin
Al-Harith and Rifa‘a bin ‘Abdul Mundhir bin Zubair. Once again, those twelve men were
sworn to act as surety over the affairs of their people just as the Christ’s disciples did, and
the Prophet would act as surety over his people, meaning all the Muslims.

Somehow or other, the news of these secret desert meetings with the Madinese leaked
out. The Prophet immediately knew that it was a certain pudgy ugly devil, inhabited in Al-
‘Aqabah, who discovered their meeting, and he threatened to settle his account with
him as soon as possible.

On hearing this, Al-‘Abbas bin Nadlah said "By Allâh, Who has sent you in Truth, we are
powerful enough to put the people of Mina (the Quraishites) to our swords tomorrow, if
you desire." The Prophet [pbuh] said "We have not been commanded to follow that
course. Now, back to your camps." They went back to sleep till morning. [Ibn Hisham
1/448]

Page 3 of 3