"In his Risalat “Mafatih al-Yaqutat al-Hamraa’” Syedna Taher Saifuddin RA narrates a zikr in which Amirul Mumineen asked Rasulullah to describe to him the “traits of a Mumin.” Rasulullah said, “Where can one find a Mumin?! A Mumin is like a red ruby (yaqut-e ahmar)! Only found in the treasure vaults of kings!” Amirul Mumineen then lists the traits of a Mumin. As a Mumin, each of these traits is worth contemplating and reflecting on. "
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Sijill" has been a weekly newsletter - it has humbly chronicled the events of the last three years and endeavored to create a new avenue to access some of Aal-e-Mohammed's priceless knowledge with the raza of Syedna Qutbuddin RA and Syedna Fakhruddin TUS. The Sijill Team is now devoting more time to publishing content in Dawat ni Zaban, Gujarati, Hindi and Arabic, and will continue to publish this English Sijill every other Friday (i.e. fortnightly) insha'allah. If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com
With Syedna Fakhruddin’s TUS raza and doa mubarak, a group of Mumineen from Mumbai were blessed the sawaab of 100 Umras and 100 Hajj, the ziarat of Aqa Husain SA in Karbala Mo’alla and Amirul Mumineen SA in Najaf-e-Ashraf. Click here to read further. Insha'allah we will soon organize other groups for Karbala Mo’alla and Najaf Ashraf ziarat. For those who wish to join future groups, kindly email your name, location and preferred travel dates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This riwayat highlights the character of Rasulullah SA, Amirul Mumineen SA, and Hasan Imam SA and narrates an anecdote in which Amirul Mumineen fulfills a promise that Rasulullah had made. It is presented as a read along video in Dawat-ni-zaban, as well as in a printable PDF format.
Syedna Qutbuddin’s confidence and conviction were exemplary. He was also a beacon of humility. Through his directions as well as his own actions, he taught us that we must respect other people and other beliefs. But he also taught us that doing so does not mean that we are in any way tenuous or insecure about our own beliefs. Click here to read this anecdote about Syedna Qutbuddin narrated by Shehzada Dr Aziz Bhaisaheb Qutbuddin.