Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS: "Dawat no silsilo nass no silsilo koi waar munqat'e thaai aj nai, em banej nai."

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Quotes from Syedna's TUS waaz on Twitter. Video excerpts from Syedna's TUS waaz on Instagram.

“I start my bayaan with the zikr of Imam Husain SA so that Rasulullah SA is pleased with us.” In the fifth waaz, Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS remembered the heart wrenching grief that befell the beloved grandson of Mohammadun Rasulullah SA and told Mumineen to cry tears of blood and do matam in his remembrance.

Syedna then blessed Mumineen with nur in their hearts and explained the meaning of Rasulullah’s hadith, “Tuba (Tree in Paradise) for he who sees me, Tuba for he who sees who sees me, Tuba for he who sees who sees who sees me.” Syedna explained that the true meaning of this saying refers to the blessings Mumineen receive through the silsila (chain of succession) - from Rasulullah to Amirul Mumineen SA to the A’immat Tahereen to the Du’aat Mutlaqeen. He who sees the Sahib ul Zaman with true recognition in their time, it is as they see Rasulullah with the eyes of their heart and thereby attain a station in Paradise. 

In a short amount of time, Syedna blessed Mumineen with countless gems of ilm and opened their hearts to the deeper meanings in the Ayats in the Quran Majeed: He explained that the word “Mohammed” is mentioned in 4 Ayats and  “Ahmad” is mentioned once. He related these Ayats in three chapters (fasl) to Panjetan Paak, the Imams named Mohammed and the Du’aat in India named Mohammed. 

Syedna then recited hadith of Rasulullah SA and explained its relevance to Mumineen today. Syedna did heartfelt doa for Mumineen and blessed them with countless barakaat from the doa of Imam Husain.

Syedna prayed the shahadat of Imam Husain in Arabic for the Mumineen of Yemen, and recited the Shahadat of Rasulullah, filling our hearts with grief and sorrow. Syedna, took us to the moment when Rasulullah told Husain Imam that he would be left without a shroud and burial in the harsh desert sands of Karbala.  Our hearts weeped blood and our eyes flowed with a river of tears. 

Madeh