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The Struggle of Faith and Challenges in Modern Society - Maulana Syed Muhammad Rizvi | Shahadat of Hazrat Muslim bin Aqeel June 28th, 2023 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0ZifVkh0gE - Verse 15 of Surah al-Ḥujarāt defines the characteristics of a mu’min (believer) as someone who believes in Allah and His Messenger without any doubt and struggles in Allah's path with their wealth and themselves. - The term "struggle" refers to jihad, which includes both minor and major jihad. - The major jihad is the spiritual struggle against desires that are contrary to Divine teachings. - The modern challenge lies in society's inclination to follow sinful desires - This challenge is not limited to adults but is also impacting children who are being exposed to various agendas - The essence of imān (faith) is to cultivate a sense of servitude (‘ubudiyyah) towards Allah. - Hazrat Muslim bin ‘Aqil's example is mentioned as a good servant of Allah who achieved this status through obedience to Allah, the Prophet, Imam Ali, Imam Hasan, and Imam Husayn. - The challenges faced by Hazrat Muslim bin ‘Aqil in Kufa, including the dwindling support and eventual abandonment by the people. - This eventually ended with Muslim bin ‘Aqil being left alone after the prayer, with no one remaining to support him.
Sacrifice and Submission: The Struggle of Prioritizing Allah's Will - Maulana Syed Muhammad Rizvi Eid ul Adha 1444 June 29th, 2023 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LS2en2TVtb8 - Eidul Adhaa is the celebration of sacrifice. - Prophet Ibrahim's success in submitting to the will of God is commemorated during Eidul Adhaa. - Prophet Ibrahim is closely connected to Muslims as he is described by Allah as a sincere Muslim. - "Islam" means submission to the legislative will of God, and "Muslim" refers to a person who submits to God's will. - Muslims are facing pressure to abandon their essence of servitude to Allah and prioritize their desires. - Those who prioritize their desires over Allah's decisions are criticized in the Quran. - The tendency to worship one's desires is being forced on Muslims through the education system, media, and workplaces. - Muslims should reflect on this challenge and protect themselves from deviation. - The true meaning of Eidul Adhaa is sacrificing one's ego and desires. - It involves prioritizing Allah's will in personal, family, social, community, business, and political aspects of life. - Sacrificing ego and desires is not easy; individuals must confront internal and external obstacles. - The ritual of Hajj symbolizes the struggle against deviation and evil. - Muslims must confront both internal and external challenges in their perpetual struggle. - The phrase "قد أفلح من زكيها و قد خاب من دسها" signifies the success of purification and the failure of corruption
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