The Ultimate Weapon.

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Don’t ever underestimate du’a. What is the value of du’a? That you are transferring a situation from your power and ability to the power and ability of Allah. You are moving obstacles from yourself to the One who has no obstacles...

Shaykh Abul-Fadl.

 

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Filed under Classics, Du`aa - Allah Always Answers., Polishing The Heart

6 responses to “The Ultimate Weapon.

  1. Marwa

    Ma shaa Allah… Thank you for this great reminder with the power of du’a. May Allah accept your du’a and those of all the true Muslims, ameen.

    Please continue to post this wonderful material. Fee aman Allah.

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  2. Jazaaki Allahu khayran ukhti. I absolutely love this quote.

    Do you know where I can find lectures/audios by shaykh Abul Fadl hafidhahullah?

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  3. Abu Maslamah

    Do you have some link containing a profile/ background info. of this Shaykh Abul-Fadl at all?

    It is the first I have heard of him though his words are profound, if I could read more from him it would be good.

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  4. Salaam! I was so excited when I read the title of this article because in my mind I was thinking, I hope it’s about DUA because I know since I was a child that DUA is the weapon of the believer and sure enough, there is it – DUA! Mashallah, great article!

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  5. Here’s the info you wanted on Shakyh Abdul-Fadl (inshallah the right one). I got it from from scholar of the house or org):

    Dr. Khaled Abou El Fadl is the most important and influential Islamic thinker in the modern age. An accomplished Islamic jurist and scholar, he is Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law where he teaches Islamic law, Immigration, Human Rights, International and National Security Law. Dr. Abou El Fadl previously taught Islamic law at the University of Texas at Austin Law School, Yale Law School and Princeton University. He holds degrees from Yale University (B.A.), University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D.) and Princeton University (M.A./Ph.D.).

    A high-ranking shaykh, Dr. Abou El Fadl also received formal training in Islamic jurisprudence in Egypt and Kuwait.

    Dr. Abou El Fadl is a world renowned expert in Islamic law and an American lawyer, offering a unique and seasoned perspective on the current state of Islam and the West. He is a strong proponent of human rights and is the 2007 recipient of the University of Oslo Human Rights Award, the Lisl and Leo Eitinger Prize. He was also named a Carnegie Scholar in Islam for 2005. He serves on the Advisory Board of Middle East Watch, and was previously on the Board of Directors of Human Rights Watch. He was also previously appointed by President George W. Bush as a commissioner on the US Commission on International Religious Freedom. He regularly provides expert testimony in a wide variety of cases ranging from human rights and political asylum to terrorism, national security, and international and commercial law.

    Dr. Abou El Fadl is a prolific author and prominent public intellectual on Islamic law and Islam, most noted for his scholarly approach to Islam from a moral point of view. He writes extensively on universal themes of morality and humanity, and the notion of beauty as a moral value. Dr. Abou El Fadl is a staunch advocate and defender of women’s rights, and focuses much of his written attention on issues related to women. As the most critical and powerful voice against puritan and Wahhabi Islam today, he regularly appears on national and international television and radio including CNN, NBC, PBS, NPR, and Voice of America (broadcast throughout the Middle East). His most recent work focuses on issues of authority, terrorism, tolerance, Islam and Islamic law.

    He is the author of ten books and over fifty articles on Islamic law and Islam. His recent books include: The Search for Beauty in Islam: A Conference of the Books (Rowman and Littlefield, 2006); The Great Theft: Wrestling Islam from the Extremists (HarperSanFrancisco, 2005); Islam and the Challenge of Democracy (Princeton University Press, 2004); The Place of Tolerance in Islam (Beacon Press, 2002); Conference of the Books: The Search for Beauty in Islam (University Press of America/Rowman and Littlefield, 2001); And God Knows the Soldiers: The Authoritative and Authoritarian in Islamic Discourses (UPA/Rowman and Littlefield, 2001); Speaking in God’s Name: Islamic law, Authority and Women (Oneworld Press, Oxford, 2001) and Rebellion and Violence in Islamic Law (Cambridge University Press, 2001

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  6. Umm Juhaymaan

    A mistake people often make is strive to do things, gather the materials, and work their whole self up with all their energy used while missing to make the most important thing to be done to achieve any goal, Ask from Allah!
    May Allah make us among those who consistently make Zikr, aameen!

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