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The Neverending March  – Bitmeyen Yürüyüş with English Subtitles


”I’m AbdulHamid!”


Kurulus Osman’s Samsa Cavus, Payitaht AbdulHamid’s Esref Aziz, Actor: Ismail Hakki Urun describes AbdulHamid’s life and struggle. Ismail Hakki revives Sultan AbdulHamid at the ”understanding Sultan AbdulHamid Han” conference on the anniversary of his death. Name of the conference comes from Ustadh Necip Fazil’s ”Understanding AbdulHamid Han means understanding everything”.
By ”everything”, Ustadh refers to the past and current political games.


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When he was born, the azan was recited in Turkish, and the Quran was hidden in the chest of the walls, accompanied by tears. His father would go to Fatih Mosque from Kadıköy for the morning prayer “in order not to lose his child”; he was making him sit next to the great scholars. Despite his young age, muftis let him speak in front of crowds and he was sent to all over Anatolia as a traveling preacher. He was none other than Tarık Timurtaş Uçar, the majestic preacher of the pulpits where sermon tapes would circulate all over Turkiye in later years.




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In days of the past, a Muslim in Bursa built a fountain once called Yahudilik Junction, today, it’s called Arap Sukru.
He inscribed above that: “Halal to everyone but Muslims!” Since Bursa was the capital,
the Ottoman Empire intervened and questioned what kind of fitna was this.

The man was forcefully brought to the judge. He was asked why a Muslim would build a fountain only to
forbid other Muslims to drink from its water? The judge stood up and asked: “What kind of fitna is this?
You build a fountain for charity, and yet you forbid its water to the Muslims; in a country where
people’s religion is Islam, in a state where the people are Muslims. Have you lost your mind?”
The man answered: “Pardon me, indeed there is a reason, though it needs proving.” Hearing this answer,
the judge got even more angry: “What proof, what evidence? This is obviously fitna,
and you disturbed our Muslim community. You must be executed!”

But the judge was curious, “What was the reason?” he asked. The man answered:
“I can only say it to the Sultan.” He was taken to the Sultan.
The Sultan was also annoyed by the incident, but he too was curious.
The Sultan told him: “Say what it is you came to say. How dare you build
this fountain and forbid its water to all Muslims and let non-Muslims use it?”.
The man, with his head low, answered: “I have a reason, but it must be demonstrated.”

“What if your reasoning isn’t as reasonable as you think?” asked the Sultan.

“Then my neck is thinner than hair for the ruling, my Sultan,” the man said.

The Sultan asked what was needed. The man said: “Detain a rabbi from a synagogue
and keep him for a week. Then see what happens.” What he said was done.

All minorities came together, the Jews leading them spoke:
“What’s the reason for this cruelty? We vouch for our rabbi,
he is innocent. Tell us what needs to be done, if necessary,
we will pay his bail.” Even ambassadors from neighbouring
countries came and delivered dozens of letters. After a week,
the rabbi was released and minorities were happy.
Then came all the thanks and presents for the Sultan.
After a while, the man asked the Sultan to do the same,
but this time with a priest from a church. The priest was
brought by force from the Sunday ritual and this time people
reacted even more intensely. After a week, he was released,
bringing the Sultan even more gifts, even more thanks…
Levantines came together by the happiness of reuniting with their priest.

The Sultan asked: “Are we done?” The man answered: “Just one more, my Sultan, and then you’ll see.”

“What do you need?” asked the Sultan.

“Sir, take the Imam from our capital, Bursa, who is most loved, listened and trusted, take him from his mimbar.”

What the man said was done; the Imam was taken by force from the Grand Mosque of Bursa
in the middle of his Friday khutba. Then, what happened? Not even a single soul realised
he was gone, no one asked where he was. No one asked them: “What is up with you?
You could at least wait for the khutba to end.”

After a week, still, no one was asking any questions about him. Then, a gossip erupted among the people.
Everyone started saying: “We thought he was a decent man, we listened to him, made him our Imam…”

“Allah knows what he did to be taken in!”

“What a pity! All those congregational salahs I participated in, under his lead, what a waste!”

The Sultan, the Imam and the man were only watching what was going on.
Eventually the Sultan asked the man that built the fountain: “Now what?”
The man answered: “It’s time to release him and also apologize.”
The Sultan agreed and ordered what the man said to be done.
The man spoke with his head low: “O, great Sultan,
please tell me, can water be halal to Muslims like that?”

The Sultan smiled painfully: –
“Even the air is haram, even the air!” he said.

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Psychiatrists said that, “if you take five-six-year-olds to funerals, if they meet the dead, or if they see a shrouded body, this will affect their psychology in a bad way.” It would be logical if everything was about life and there was no such thing as death. But if there is death, why do psychiatrists who say “face your fears” want to prevent people from facing death?


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Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem

The Blessed Room

What was it that makes the place you see in this video so special?

The person who lies in it, sent to an uncivilized barbaric nation, who would sell their wives and daughters for paltry gains, bury their daughters alive because they were a disgrace to them, cheat people, and other crimes, The Person of this room, in a span of 23 years , with divine help, turned this nation into almost angelic humans, getting qualities of such devotion and selflessness, choosing to give the water to the one next to him who needs it, even though it meant them losing their own life.

Such was the importance and reverence he was shown that when he would make ablution, the water would not be allowed to fall without his companions reaching for it, his hair would not be cut, without his companions fighting over it, no word would leave his mouth but that his companions listened attentively to every word and carried out his every verbal and non verbal command.

His physical room barely had space for two people but his heart and efforts encompassed all, humans, animals, Jinn and all living creatures. A man with so much mercy in his heart and so loved that even animals would complain to him if his master mistreated it, and he would comfort the animal and rebuke the owner of the animal. Even the tree would not stop crying when this blessed man left from it and moved to a new spot.

Known as Al Ameen- The trustworthy, never uttering a lie from young. The most honest worker, caring father, loving and patient husband, caring for orphans, widows and those in need, most tolerant and talented teacher, mercy to all – Muhammad, The last and final Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him)

This was his care for the physical well being, so what do you think of his concern for something which is far greater many times, that is, the spiritual well being: The state which will continue even after physical bodies have long decomposed? Such was his concern that Allah All Mighty Himself consoled His Prophet in the Quran in this regard.
He was given a message to preach to the world which he tirelessly strove for, the message to believe in One Diety – Allah, alone. To be His slave, and not the slave of those who can neither harm nor benefit, and not the slaves of desires. To strive to please Him and thereafter reap rewards for the effort, not just in this world, but much more in the life to come which will last forever, where everyone will receive the recompense for their actions, good or/and bad, accordingly, with utmost justice from the One and Only Creator.
The message that there is no racism, rather everyone is equal in the eyes of Allah, and thereafter superiority is given not according to one’s status in society or one’s financial position, but according to one’s good actions and cleanliness of one’s heart after believing in Allah.

The message to give alms, speak the truth, observe chastity, honor the promises and covenants and not to commit breach of trust.
When a person who never lied came with these messages, a message which makes slaves and masters equal, which reprimands deceit, fraud and exploiting others, it was a long awaited hope for the oppressed yet was not liked by those who wanted to oppress, resulting in initially, more of the weaker sectors of society accepting his message. Yet those who were true to themselves could not deny a message of such truth, purity, justice and kindness, sent from The Creator via a man so pure and truthful and kind. And when he would recite the words revealed to him from His Lord, one could barely deny that this is no poetry or magic, as much as they tried to pass these labels to him, but they also knew deep down, that this could only be divine, hence the power of those words he would recite. That is why they would warn people to cover their ears lest their hearts get affected by the divine words he would recite, which would affect the hearts of the those who heard it, and still affects those who hear it till today.

Muhammed (peace and blessings be upon him) – The mercy to the universe.

He never travelled even out of the Arabian peninsula as a Prophet, but his message today has reached all corners of the world. His name is one of the most common names and his followers, all over the world, are ready to die for him. How can a man have such a lasting influence? He is kept alive in the hearts of people, with so many details of his life preserved from 1443 plus years ago till today, and with such precision and care, having so many books preserved by his ardent followers and lovers, just on the words he uttered till today and his blessed actions.

What answer can ther be besides divine protection, after all he is called the best of creation by Allah All Mighty, why would Allah Ta’ala not then preserve him with such great honour till this day so many years after he has left this world.

May Allah Ta’ala’s choicest salutions and greetings be upon him, his blessed family and companions. Aameen


The Prophet Muhammed received Prophethood at the age of 40 where he thereafter began to preach his message, and left this world at the age of most probably 63, hence 23 years.
Narration of Bayhaqi:
Abu-Jahm-bin-Huzaifah, may Allaah be pleased with him, narrates:
“During the battle of Yarmuk, I went out in search of my cousin, who was in the forefront of the fight. I also took some water with me for him. I found him in the very thick of battle in the last throes of death. I advanced to help him with the little water that I had. Soon, however, another sorely wounded soldier beside him gave a groan, and my cousin averted his face and beckoned me to take the water to that person first. I went to this other person with the water. He turned out to be Hishaam bin Abil Aas, may Allaah be pleased with him. Hardly had I reached him, when the groan of yet another person lying not very far off was heard. Hisham, too, motioned me in his direction. Alas, before I could approach him, he had breathed his last. I made all haste back to Hishaam and found him dead as well. Thereupon, I hurried as fast as I could to my cousin, and, lo! in the meantime, he had also joined the other two.”
‘Urwah ibn Mas’ud said to the Quraysh: “O my people! I have seen kings. I have seen Caeser, Chouoes and Negus. But by Allah! I have never seen a king whose companions respect and honor him in the way that the Companions of Muhammad honour Muhammad sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. By Allah! When he spits, the spittle would fall into the hands of one of them, who would then rub his face and skin with it; when he orders them with something, they promptly fulfill it; when he performs wudhu’ (ablution), they vie with each other for the remains of the water; and when they speak in his presence, they lower their voices and do not look directly at his face, due to their respect and honour for him.”{qluetip title=[2]}Related by Al-Bukhari (no. 2731) and Ahmad (3/324)
Narrated/Authority of Aisha (R.A), the wife of the Prophet, “I used to sleep in front of Allah’s Apostle with my legs opposite his Qibla (facing him); and whenever he prostrated, he pushed my feet and I withdrew them and whenever he stood, I stretched them.” ‘Aisha (R.A) added, “In those days there were no lamps in the houses.” Hadith No: 492 – Bukhari.
‘Abdullaah ibn Ja‘far (R.A) narrated: “The Messenger of Allah Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) seated me behind him (on his ride) one day and told me a secret which I shall disclose to no one. It happens that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) preferred to take cover behind a hillock or a thicket of date-palm trees when relieving himself. He once entered a thicket that belonged to a man from the Ansaar when suddenly a camel came towards him weeping tenderly with its eyes welling with tears. (Bahz and ‘Affaan said:) When it saw the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) it began to groan and its eyes flowed. He (peace and blessings be upon him) patted it on its hump and the base of its head until it quieted down. Then, he, (peace and blessings be upon him) said: ‘Who is the owner of this camel?’ A young man from the Ansaar came and said, ‘It is mine, O Messenger of Allah!’ He (peace and blessings be upon him) said: ‘Do you not fear Allah with regard to this beast which He has placed in your possession? It complained to me that you starve it and put it to toil.’”
(Bayhaqi and Musnad Ahmed)
Jabir ibn ‘Abdullah (may Allah be pleased with him and his father) reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) used to go and stand next to a tree or palm-tree on Fridays. A woman or a man of the Ansar said: “O Messenger of Allah, should we not make for you a Minbar (“pulpit”)?” He said, “If you wish.” So they made a Minbar for him, and when the next Friday came, he was shown to the Minbar. The tree cried like a small child, then the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) came down and hugged the crying tree until it calmed down.” Jabir said: “It was crying because of the Dhikr (remembrance of Allah) that it used to hear.” (al-Bukhari, 3319).
Jabir b. Abdullah reported Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) as saying. My example and your example is that of a person who lit the fire and insects and moths began to fall in it and he would be making efforts to take them out, and I am going to hold you back from fire, but you are slipping from my hand. (Sahih Muslim 2285)
Narrated from Abu Nadrah: Someone who heard the khutbah of the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) on the second of the days of at-Tashreeq told me that he said: “O people, verily your Lord is One and your father is one. Verily there is no superiority of an Arab over a non-Arab or of a non-Arab over an Arab, or of a red man over a black man, or of a black man over a red man, except in terms of taqwa(Having consciousness of Allah and righteousness). Have I conveyed the message?” They said: The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) has conveyed the message. Ahmad (22978)
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