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Edition: 155

TAMIL - AUTHOR : MUFTI A.UMAR SHARIF KASHIMI

ifghpd; topapy; ...

egpatu;fs; ~,];u;| vd;w kiy topahf ~r`;gh| nrd;W mq;fpUe;J ~u[P<| gs;sj;jhf;ifr; nrd;wile;jhu;fs;. mq;fpUe;J fj;/ghd; fpisapdu; trpf;Fkplk; xU ehs; gaz J}uj;jpypUe;jJ. mg;NghJ fj;/ghd; fpisapdu; A+ju;fSf;F cjtpl Maj;jkhfp nrd;W nfhz;bUe;jdu;. topapy; mtu;fs; Ngha;f; nfhz;bUf;Fk; NghJ jq;fsJ Chpy; ngUk; Muthuj;ij czu;e;jdu;. K];ypk;fs;jhd; jq;fsJ FLk;gj;jpdu; kPJ jhf;Fjy; elj;Jfpd;wdu; vd;W vz;zp jq;fsJ CUf;Fj; jpUk;gp tpl;ldu;. mjw;Fg; gpwF mtu;fs; ifgUf;F tutpy;iy.

gilf;F topfhl;br; nrd;W nfhz;bUe;j ,U topfhl;bfisAk; mioj;J tlf;Fg; gf;fkhf ifgUf;Fs; Eiotjw;F kpfg;

nghUj;jkhdg;

ghijiaf;

fhl;LkhW

egp

(]y;) $wpdhu;fs;.

mg;NghJjhd; \hk; Njrj;jpw;Fj; jg;gpj;Jr; nry;yhky; A+ju;fisj; jLf;f KbAk;> fj;/ghd; fpisapdu; A+ju;fSf;F cjtpl

tUtijAk; jLf;f KbAk;.

topfhl;bfspy; `{i]y; vd;w ngaUilatu; 'my;yh`;tpd; J}jNu! ehd; cq;fSf;F me;jr; rhpahd topiaf; fhl;LfpNwd;" vd;Wf; $wp egpatu;fis mioj;Jr; nrd;whu;. ,Wjpahf gy ghijfs; gphpAk; Xlj;ij mile;jTld; 'my;yh`;tpd; J}jNu! ,e;j vy;yh topfspd; %ykhfTk; ehk; ifgUf;Fr; nrd;wilayhk;. ve;j topapy; ehd; cq;fis mioj;Jr; nry;y" vd;W Nfl;lhu;.

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egpatu;fs;

'xt;nthU ghijapd; ngaiuAk;

vdf;Ff;

$W"

vd;whu;fs;.

mjw;ftu;

xU

ghijiaf;

Fwpg;gpl;L

mjd;

ngau;

~`[d;|

(rpukkhdJ) vd;whu;. egpatu;fs; 'mJ Ntz;lhk;" vd;W kWj;J

tpl;lhu;fs;.

mLj;j ghijia Rl;bf;fhl;b mjd;

ngau; ~\h];|

(gpe;jJ) vd;whu;. mijAk;

Ntz;lhnkd;W kWj;J tpl;lhu;fs;.

%d;whtjhf> xU ghijiaf; fhz;gpj;J> mjd; ngau; ~`hjpg;| (tpwF nghWf;Fgtu;) vd;whu;. mijAk; egp (]y;) Gwf;fzpj;J tpl;lhu;fs;. ehd;fhtjhf> 'my;yh`;tpd; J}jNu! ,g;NghJ ehk; nry;tjw;F xU topjhd; kPjk; ,Uf;fpwJ" vd;W `{i]y; $wpdhu;. egp (]y;) mtu;fSf;F mUfpy; ,Ue;J midj;ijAk; Nfl;Lf; nfhz;bUe;j cku; (uop) mtu;fs; 'me;j topapd; nganud;d" vd;W tpdt> mtu; ~ku;`g;| (re;Njh\khdJ> tuNtw;fj;jf;fJ) vd;whu;. clNd egpatu;fs; mg;ghijapy; mioj;Jr; nry;Yk;gb $wpdhu;fs;.

topapy; ele;j rpy epfo;r;rpfs;

1) ]ykh ,g;D mf;th (uop) mwptpf;fpwhu;fs;: ehq;fs; egp (]y;) mtu;fSld; nrd;W nfhz;bUe;Njhk;. Xu; ,utpy; vdJ rNfhjuu; Mkplk; 'vq;fSf;F ckJ ftpijfis ghbf; fhl;lyhNk" vd;W

xUtu;

Nfl;lhu;. Mkpu; ey;y jpwikahd ftpQuhf ,Ue;jhu;.

clNd mtu;

jdJ thfdj;jpypUe;J

fPopwq;fp $l;lj;jpdhpd;

thfdq;fis>

'my;yh`;Nt! eP ,d;wp ehk; Neu;top ngNwhk;. ju;kk; nra;jpNyhk; njhOjpNwhk;. vq;fs; kPJ kd mikjp ,wf;Fthahf! vjpu;nfhs;Sk; NghJ ghjq;fis epiyepWj;Jthahf! ,tu;fs; vkf;F mePjkpiof;fpd;whu;fs;. mtu;fs; Fog;g epidj;jhy; mjw;F ehk; mDkjpNahk; mDkjpNahk;"

egp (]y;) 'thfdq;fis mioj;Jr; nry;Yk; ,tu; ahu;?" vd;W Nfl;lhu;fs;. mjw;F 'Mkpu; ,g;D mf;th" vd;W kf;fs; $wpdu;.

'my;yh`;

mtUf;Ff; fUiz fhl;ll;Lk;"

vd;W

egp

(]y;)

$wpdhu;fs;.

xUtu;

'my;yh`;tpd;

J}jNu!

cq;fspd;

gpuhu;j;jidahy;

mtUf;F

tPukuzk;

(\`hjj;)

flikahfp

tpl;lNj. mtu;

,d;Dk; rpwpJ

fhyk; tho;e;jhy; vq;fSf;Fg;

gydhf

,Uf;FNk!"

vd;W

$wpdhu;.

mjhtJ

egpatu;fs;

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Nghhpd;NghJ ahUf;fhtJ Fwpg;gpl;L gpuhu;j;jid nra;jhy; mtu; mg;Nghy; nfhy;yg;gLthu; vd;gij kf;fs; mwpe;jpUe;jhu;fs;. mt;thNw ifgu; NghhpYk; ele;jJ.

2) ifgUf;F mUfpYs;s ~]`;gh| vd;w ,lj;jpy; m];u; njhOif elj;jpdhu;fs;. njhOj gpwF> kf;fsplk; mtu;fs; itj;jpUf;Fk; czTfisf; nfhz;Ltur; nrhd;dhu;fs;. kf;fsplk; rj;Jkhitj; jtpu NtnwJTk; ,Uf;ftpy;iy. me;jr; rj;Jkhit tphpg;gpy; gug;gp itj;J egpatu;fSk; Njhou;fSk; rhg;gpl;ldu;. gpd;G k/hpg; njhOiff;fhf egp (]y;) jahuhdhu;fs;. Gjpjhf xOr; nra;ahky; tha; kl;Lk; nfhg;gspj;J tpl;L egp (]y;) mtu;fSk; kf;fSk; k/hpg; njhOifapy; <Lgl;ldu;. gpd;G me;j ,lj;jpNyNa ,\h njhOifiaAk; epiwNtw;wpdhu;fs;.

3) ifgUf;F mUfpy; nrd;wTld; jq;fsJ gilia epWj;jp egp

(]y;) my;yh`;tplk; gpuhu;j;jpj;jhu;fs;:

'my;yh`;Nt! VO thdq;fs; kw;Wk; mjw;Ff; fPo; cs;stw;wpd; ,iwtNd! VO g+kpfs; kw;Wk; mtw;Wf;F NkYs;stw;wpd; ,iwtNd! i\j;jhd;fs; kw;Wk; mit top nfLj;jtw;wpd; ,iwtNd! fhw;Wfs; kw;Wk; mit tPrp vwpe;jtw;wpd; ,iwtNd!

epr;rakhf ehq;fs; ,e;j ChpYs;s ed;ikiaAk;> ,e;j Chpy;

trpg;gtu;fspy; cs;s ed;ikiaAk;> ,e;j Chpy; ,Ug;gtw;wpy;

cs;s ed;ikiaAk; cd;dplk; Nfl;fpNwhk;. epr;rakhf ,e;j ChpYs;s jPq;if tpl;Lk;> ,e;j Chpy; trpg;gtu;fspy; cs;s jPq;if tpl;Lk;> ,e;j Chpy; ,Ug;gtw;wpy; cs;s jPq;if tpl;Lk; cd;dplk; ghJfhty; NjLfpNwhk;. gp];kpy;yh`; (my;yh`;tpd; ngauhy;) ,e;j

CUf;Fs; EiofpNwhk;" vd;W $wpdhu;fs;.

ifghpd; vy;iyapy; ,];yhkpag; gil

NghUf;F

Ke;jpa

,uT

ifgUf;F

kpf

mUfhikapNyNa

K];ypk;fs; ,uitf; fopj;jhu;fs;. vdpDk;> A+ju;fshy; K];ypk;fspd; tUifiaj; njhpe;Jnfhs;s Kbatpy;iy. nghJthf> egpatu;fs; gilia mioj;Jr; nry;tJ ,uT Neukhf ,Ue;jhy; fhiy tiu fhj;jpUe;J mjpfhiyapy; mf;$l;lj;jpdiuj; jhf;Fthu;fs;. md;wpuT ]{g;`{ njhOifia mjd; Neuk; te;jTld; ey;y ,Ul;lhf ,Uf;Fk; NghNj epiwNtw;wptpl;L gazj;ijj; njhlu;e;jhu;fs;. ifgu;thrpfs; tptrhar; rhjdq;fis vLj;Jf; nfhz;L jq;fspd; tay;fSf;Fg; Gwg;gl;ldu;. ,];yhkpag; gilfs; tUtJ mtu;fSf;Fj; njhpahJ. nfhQ;r J}uk; te;jTld;

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,];yhkpag; gilia mtu;fs; ghu;j;J mjpu;r;rp mile;jdu;. 'M! K`k;kJ te;Jtpl;lhu;. my;yh`;tpd; kPjhizahf! K`k;kJk; mtuJ gilAk; te;Jtpl;lJ" vd;W $wpf;nfhz;Nl CUf;Fs; Xbdu;.

egpatu;fs; 'my;yh`{ mf;gu;! ifgu; ehrkhfp tpl;lJ. my;yh`{

mf;gu;! ifgu; ehrkhfptpl;lJ. ehk; xU $l;lj;jpdhpd; CUf;Fr; nrd;why; mr;r%l;b vr;rhpf;if nra;ag;gl;l mf;$l;lj;jpdhpd; me;jg; nghOJ kpff; nfl;ljhfNt mikAk;" vd;W $wpdhu;fs;.

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

The Prophet marched by way of Isra Mountain and then went forward with the army till he halted in a valley called Ar-Raji‘, encamping between Khaibar and Ghatfan so as to prevent the latter from reinforcing the Jews. The guides accompanying him led him to an intersection from which branched out three roads with different designations; all leading to his destination. He abstained from following the first two roads on grounds of their ominous designation and chose the third for its propitious indications.

It is noteworthy that some interesting incidents featured the Muslims’ march towards

Khaibar; of which we mention the following:

  • 1. It has been narrated on the authority of Salamah bin Al-Akwa‘, who said: We marched upon Khaibar with the Messenger of Allâh [pbuh]. We journeyed during the night. One of the men said to my brother ‘Amir: Won’t you recite to us some of your verses, ‘Amir? So he began to chant his verses to urge the camels, reciting: O Allâh, if You had not guided us, We would have neither been guided rightly nor practised charity, nor offered prayers. We wish to lay down our lives for You; so forgive You our lapses, And keep us steadfast when we encounter (our enemies). Bestow upon us peace and tranquility, Behold, when with a cry they called upon us to help.

  • 2. The Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] said: "Who is this driver (of the camels)?" They said: "It is ‘Amir." He said: "Allâh will show mercy to him." A man said: "Martyrdom is reserved for him; O Messenger of Allâh, would that you had allowed us to benefit ourselves from his life."[Sahih Al-Bukhari 2/603; Sahih Muslim 2/115] The Prophet’s Companions had already known that he would never invoke Allâh’s mercy upon a close Companion but to single him out for martyrdom.[Sahih Muslim 2/115]

  • 3. On their way down a valley, the Muslims began to entertain Allâh’s Greatness: shouting at the top of their voices: "Allâh is Great, Allâh is Great, there is no god but Allâh." The Prophet [pbuh] asked them to lower down their voices saying: "The One you are invoking is neither absent nor deaf; He is close to you, All- hearing.[Sahih Al-Bukhari 2/605]"

  • 4. In a spot called As-Sahba’, not far from Khaibar, the Prophet [pbuh] observed the afternoon prayer, then he called his Companions to have whatever food provisions they had. What they brought was too scanty to satisfy them all. The

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Prophet took it by his hand and it immediately grew in quantity, so they all ate to their fill. Shortly afterward, he and the others, rinsed their mouths and performed the evening prayer without ablution [Sahih Al-Bukhari 2/603]; he did the same for the night prayer [Maghazi Al-Waqidi p.112].

The following morning, at sunrise, the Muslims encountered the Jews when they had come out about their jobs with their axes, spades and strings driving their cattle along. They began to shout in surprise: "Muhammad has come along with his force!" The Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] said: "Allâh is Great, Khaibar shall face destruction. Behold! When we descend in the city centre, it will be a bad day for those who have been warned (but have not taken heed). [Sahih Al-Bukhari 2/603, 604]"

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