Sijill Article 154

The Month of Milads

Today we understand the full meaning of Syedna Qutbuddin’s words - he was not only celebrating the birthday of his son, but he was demonstrating his nazaraat on his successor. He was alluding to his high station and the confluence of the barakat of the Milads and personas of the 52nd and 53rd Dai in his son and successor, Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS.  Click here to read the full Sijill Article by Shehzada Dr Aziz Qutbuddin. 

 

Announcement

Dai-z-Zaman Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS Milad Majlis & Takht Nashini – 26th Rabiul Aakhar 1438H – 50th Milad

Syedna will lead Maghrib Isha Namaaz on Milaad raat (Monday, 23rd January 2017) in Darus Sakina, Mumbai, and then proceed in julus to Iwan-e-Fatemi for Khushi Majlis where Syedna will deliver Waaz mubarak on this joyous occasionMilad Majlis & Waaz Mubarak will be broadcast live using this link. Mumineen are urged to follow these amal details.

Announcement

Syedna TUS Three Days Sabaq Program in Milad Ayyaam – 27th to 29th Rabiul Aakhar 1438H

The true ‘aalim of Aal-e-Mohammed, Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS, is the spring of pure knowledge and wisdom. For all those regularly taking part in Sabaqs that continue throughout the year (see page 16 of Annual Report for further details), Syedna TUS has graciously granted an opportunity to partake the barakat of ‘ilm of Aale Moahmmed directly from the source, from the Dai of Imam-uz-zaman SA. Click here to read further details.

 

Fatemi Madrasa

Milad Cards and Community Service Report

This year, to commemorate the auspicious occasion of Milad Mubarak of the 52nd Dai Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin RA, the 53rd Dai Syedna Khuzaima Qutbuddin RA, the 54th Dai Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS the children of Fatemi Madrasa took part in community service in their respective local communities. The children of Fatemi Madrasa’s Milad cards were also arazed in Hazrat Imamiyyah. Click here to view the cards, and click here to view the community service reports. 

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News and Events

Imam-uz-zaman Milad Bayaan

Syedna Fakhruddin delivered bayaan on the occasion of Milad Imam-uz-Zaman SA and remarked that this night is the auspicious night of Milad of Tayyeb Imam and his forefather Rasulullah's Milad is on 12th Rabi ul-Awwal - they both share the kunyat ‘Abul Qasim’. Even during seclusion, the chain of Imamate continues, from father to son through nass. Quoting Ibn Hani’s qasida, Maulana explained that the Imam is the reason for the existence of the entire Universe, the rising sun gives shahadat to the presence of Imam-uz-Zaman.  Click here to read further and view photos. 

Media Articles

Bombay High Court Succession Case Among “Cases to Watch Out for in 2017

The Declaratory Suit pending in the Bombay High Court was highlighted among the “10 Sensational Cases to Watch Out for in 2017” by Midday Newspaper in Mumbai on the 1st of January 2017. Click here to read.

Sijill Article 152

Four Things for Success in Life: The Example and Teachings of our Awliya Kiraam on the Milad of Imam-uz-zaman

This article is written by Shehzada Dr Abdeali Bhaisaheb Saifuddin. It is a happy coincidence that the eve of the mubarak day of the Milad of Imam Tayyib AS was the same day as the Gregorian New Year, 1 January 2017. I look at this as a harbinger for a very happy, prosperous and good year ahead for Mumineen. A new beginning. We must approach the next year with optimism, enthusiasm and resolve, in spite of challenging times ahead. Click here to read.  

News and Events

Shehzada Husain Bhaisaheb's Keynote Address at the Jawaharlal Nehru University

Addressing more than a 100 scholars and students, who had come to attend the conference from around India and abroad, Shehzada Dr Husain Bhaisaheb spoke on the pertinent subject of “Reading Morals from Islamic Scriptures”. He presented a detailed analysis of the various challenges and issues that are faced by scholars today in the exercise of deriving moral values from the Qur’an and Hadith. Click here to read further and view photos.

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