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    Ya nabi salam `alayka -

    "Innal llaha wa Malaa'ikatahu Yu salluna allan nabiyi.
    Ya Ayyuhal lazeena aamanu sallu alaihi wasallimu tasleema."

    “Allah and his angels send blessings on the prophet, o you who believe, send blessings on him and salute him with all respect.”

    [Qur’an, 33:56]

    ya nabi salam `alayka

    ya rasul salam `alayka

    ya habib salam `alayka

    salawatullah `alayka


    tala`a al-badru `alayna

    min thaniyyat al-wada`

    wajaba al-shukru `alayna

    ma da`a lillahi da`


    anta shamsun anta badrun

    anta nurun fawqa nur

    anta iksiru al-wujud

    anta misbah al-sudur


    ashraqa al-badru `alayna

    fakhtafat minhu al-budur

    mithla husnik ma ra'ayna

    qattu ya wajh al-surur


    ya habibi ya muhammad

    ya `arus al-khafiqayn

    ya mu'ayyad ya mumajjad

    ya imam al qiblatayn


    ya nabi salam `alayka

    ya rasul salam `alayka

    ya habib salam `alayka

    salawatullah `alayka


    O Prophet, Peace be upon you.

    O Messenger, Peace be upon you.

    O Beloved, Peace be upon you.

    The Blessings of Allah be upon you.


    The full moon has risen over us

    From the mountains of al-Wada`.

    We shall ever give thanks for it

    As long as there will be callers to Allah.


    You are a sun, you are a full moon,

    You are light upon light,

    You are the quintessence of existence,

    You are the lamp in every breast


    The full moon has risen over us

    Eclipsing all other moons.

    Such as your beauty we have never seen

    No, never, O face of delight!


    O My beloved, O Muhammad,

    O bridegroom of the East and the West,

    The one Allah vindicated and exalted,

    O Imam of the Two Directions!


    O Prophet, Peace be upon you.

    O Messenger, Peace be upon you.

    O Beloved, Peace be upon you.

    The Blessings of Allah be upon you
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    Magnificent poem and thread :up:!

    Glory be unto Allah :inlove: ...
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      Mashallah....... :inlove: :love: :inlove: :love:

      Its such a lovely poem, about our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

      Ameen. :)
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        Qasida - Sung by Syed Fasihuddin Sohrawardi

        Balagha al-`ula bi kamalihi
        Kashafa al-duja bi jamilihi
        Hasunat jami`u khisalihi
        Sallu `alaihi wa aalihi.

        "He attained the highest reaches with his perfection
        He lifted all darkness with his beauty
        Tremendous are all his traits
        Send blessings upon him and his folk."

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          Akhi Sunni :love: I was thinkning of doing the same (posting the words of the anasheed on the Mustafah (saaws), but alHamdulillah you got there before me :D

          Here is Yusuf Islam's nasheed:

          InshaaAllah, when I have time later on I will contrubute to this thread :)

          Sallah Allahu 3laa Muhammad, wa 3laa a’ale Muahammad, sallAllahu 3layhi wa sallam.

          Allahuma salli 3laa Muhammad wa 3laa a’ale Muahammad.. kamaa sallayti 3laa Ibraaheem wa 3laa a’ale Ibraaheem – inakaa Hamidun Majeed.

          Allahuma Barik 3laa Muhammad wa 3laa a’ale Muahammad.. .. kamaa Barata 3laa Ibraaheem wa 3laa a’ale Ibraaheem – inakaa Hamidun Majeed.

          SallAllahu alayhi wa sallam,
          SallAllahu alayhi wa sallam,
          SallAllahu alayhi wa sallam.
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            what beautiful words. i really like yusuf islams new cd, it is a tribute to the prophet (saw).


              Allahuma salay ala sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alih sayyidina Muhammad, wa barik wa salim!
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                THE PROPHET'S MANTLE

                Composed by:
                IMAM AL-BUSIRI
                Rahmatullahi 'Alaih

                An Appreciation by Siddiq Osman Noormuhammad

                The Burda, or the Prophet's Mantle is a qasida (hymn) composed by the great Sufi Shaykh Imam Sharafuddin Muhammad Al-Busiri Rahmatullahi 'Alaih who was born in Misr (Egypt) in 608 A.H. (1212 C.E) and died in 695 A.H. (1296 C.E). He was a disciple of Imam Abu'l 'Abbas al-Mursi Rahmatullahi 'Alaih who was a Khalifa of Imam Abu'l Hasan ash-Shazili Rahmatullahi 'Alaih.

                He composed the Burda while suffering from a stroke which had paralysed half of his body. After praying to Allah Sub'hanahu wa Ta'ala to heal him, he fell asleep and in his dream recited this qasida to the Holy Prophet Sayyidina wa Mawlana Hadhrat Muhammad Mustafa Sallallahu 'Alaihi wa Sallam who touched the paralysed part of his body and threw his mantle (Burda) over him. On arising, he was miraculously cured, the news of which spread far and wide. Hence the qasida came to be called Qasida tu'l Burda and received veneration among all Muslims as a qasida especially approved by the beloved Prophet Sallallahu 'Alaihi wa Sallam. Its verses are often learned by heart and inscribed on the walls of public buildings. It is congregationally recited in the majalis (spiritual gatherings) of the Zaakireen (those who remember Allah Ta'ala) all over the world. It cures diseases as well as purifies hearts if recited with love and devotion.

                More than 90 commentaries have been written on this qasida and it has been translated in Persian, Urdu, Turkish, Berber, Punjabi, English, French and German, among other languages.

                The Burda is in 10 parts and has 160 verses all of which end in the Arabic letter Meem, hence it is a "Meemiyya". The 10 parts of the Burda are about

                Love for Rasulullah Sallallahu 'Alaihi wa Sallam
                A warning against the desires of the nafs
                Praise of the beloved Prophet Sallallahu 'Alaihi wa Sallam
                Events occuring on his birth
                His miracles
                Praise of the Glorious Qur'an
                The "Isra" and "Mi'raj" of the noble Prophet Sallallahu 'Alaihi wa Sallam
                His battles
                Repentence, asking forgiveness of Allah Sub'hanahu wa Ta'ala and seeking intercession of the beloved Prophet Sallallahu 'Alaihi wa Sallam
                Supplication to Allah Sub'hanahu wa Ta'ala
                Reproduced here are verses 34 to 42 from Part 3 in praise of the Holy Prophet, peace be upon him. The translation is by Thoraya Mahdi Allam.


                Blessings and Salutations
                of Allah be upon him

                Muhammad, leader of the two worlds
                and of Man and the jinn,
                Leader also of the Arabs and
                non Arabs and their kin.
                Our Prophet, Commander of right,
                prohibits evil's way,
                Yet no one's speech more gentle could be
                than his nay or yea.
                Beloved by Allah is he upon
                whose pleading we depend
                From terrors of the Day of Judgement,
                which on us descend.
                He summoned people unto Allah,
                they to him did adhere,
                And clung fast to the rope that none
                could ever rent or tear.
                In morals and features
                he, all prophets did exceed,
                None could approach his knowledge,
                or his bounty e'er precede.
                And thus from Allah's Apostle
                they acquired and did gain,
                A handful of the vast sea
                or a sip of gen'rous rain.
                So other prophets in their rightful place
                before him stand,
                Regarding knowledge and the wisdom
                that they understand.
                He perfect is in traits concealed,
                and features bright and clear,
                And Man's Creator chose him
                as His most beloved and dear.
                Too far above all men is he
                to have a partner who
                Has equal qualities, because
                the essence of virtue
                That in him lies is indivisible,
                and wholly true
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                  Even though the following are not my fav's (I kinda like the terrorists sort of anasheed), but here some anasheed links :) you can post the words if you wish :p

                  SallAllahu 3laa Muhammad (May Allah send his Peace upon Muhammad); by Yusuf Islam:
                  Live stream:

                  Tala'a al-Badr 'Alayna (The White Moon rose); ); by Yusuf Islam:
                  Live stream:

                  SallAllahu 3laa Muhammad (May Allah send his Peace upon Muhammad); by Yusuf Islam:
                  Live stream:

                  Allahuma sali 3ala Muhammad; ; by Sameer Al-Basheeri:

                  Nabiun Nabiun – Rasululn Rasululn; by Zain Bhikha Zain_Bhikha-Nabiun_%20Nabi.mp3][]Zain_Bhikha-Nabiun_%20Nabi.mp3

                  Praise to the Prophet: Muhammad was his name! , by Zain Bhikha:[]Zain_Bhikha-Praise_To_The_Prophet.mp3

                  Mount Hira , by Zain Bhikha:[]Zain_Bhikha-Mount_Hira.mp3

                  If you ask me , by Yusuf Islam:[]Yusuf_Islam-If_You_Ask_Me.mp3
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                    JazakAllahu khairan - excellent links!
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                      Celebrating the Love of the Beloved Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings unlimited be upon him, his family, companions, and followers)- A Mawlid By Habib Umar of Tarim

                      This is a beautiful rendition of Habib Umar's beautiful Mawlid in praise of the Beloved Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace), "al-Diya' al-Lami`."

                      And Allah alone gives success.

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                        Once again the birth of the Glorious Prophet of Islam, Muhammad ibn Abdullah(S) is upon us, on this occasion, it is useful for all people, Muslims and non-Muslims to ponder upon the life of the Prophet(S), and to attempt to learn from what he taught, for without a doubt, Allah sent Muhammad(S) as a Mercy for Humanity, and not just for the Muslims.

                        From the life of the Prophet Muhammad(S), we can learn the sublime lessons of Islamic Ethics, Manners, Moral Traits and we can see the best example for humanity to emulate on it's quest for Perfection.

                        On this occasion, the Muslims must attempt to learn and put into practice a very important message, that was expounded by the Prophet Muhammad(Saww), and refreshed by the late Leader of the Muslim Ummah, Imam al-Khumayni(ra). That is the message of Unity. In Quran, Allah, the Mighty, the Wise clearly states:

                        And hold fast, all together, by the rope which Allah (stretches out for you), and be not divided among yourselves; and remember with gratitude Allah's favour on you; for ye were enemies and He joined your hearts in love, so that by His Grace, ye became brethren; and ye were on the brink of the pit of Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus doth Allah make His Signs clear to you: That ye may be guided.

                        (Quran, Surah Aal-i-Imraan, Verse 103)

                        Allah is clearly telling the Muslims to rise above sectarian, nationalistic and racial divisions that plague the Muslim Ummah, and lead it towards it's own self destruction. The reason why these divisions are dangerous, is expounded in the Quran, in the story of Satan, and how he was cast from Heaven and how he became amongst those who are arrogant and sectarian. Once again in Quran, Allah says:

                        And when We said to the angels: Make obeisance to Adam; they made obeisance, but Iblis (did it not). He said: Shall I make obeisance to him whom Thou hast created of dust?

                        (Quran, Surah al-Israa, Verse 61)

                        We can see clearly that Iblis (who later became known as Satan) was arrogant and also the pioneer of racism and division, where as Allah, has told us our situation, and how we as Humanity should be:

                        O mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that ye may know each other (not that ye may despise (each other). Verily the most honoured of you in the sight of Allah is (he who is) the most righteous of you. And Allah has full knowledge and is well acquainted (with all things).

                        (Quran, Surah al-Hujuraat, Verse 13)

                        Allah has clearly stated that humanity has been created from a single male and a single female, and that we have been made into various nations and tribes, however the most important thing, is that these nations and tribes should not be guages for what a person is like, for verily the only guage is that of righteousness and love of Allah.

                        To make divisions between Muslims, is to follow the line of Satan, and to consider those different to you as inferior as Satan did with Adam, and Allah has clearly warned humanity against following the line of Satan:

                        Did I not charge you, O children of Adam ! that you should not serve the Shaitan? Surely he is your open enemy,
                        And that you should serve Me; this is the right way.
                        And certainly he led astray numerous people from among you. What! could you not then understand?

                        (Quran, Surah Yaseen, Verses 60-62)

                        We, as humanity, must learn to respect the divine commandments, however, it should not be at the cost of Justice, and what is being suggested is not a simple and flowery - "we love everyone" - kind of attitude, since this is also an incorrect manner to conduct onesself.

                        The core for humanity and Muslims in particular, is to follow the middle way, the way between two extremes, and to establish Justice and Truth.

                        Finally, in Quran, in Surah al-Asr, Allah clearly states the criteria for success as follows:

                        By (the Token of) Time (through the ages),

                        Verily Humanity is in loss,

                        Except such as have Faith, and do righteous deeds, and (join together) in the mutual teaching of Truth, and of Patience and Constancy."

                        (Quran, Surah al-Asr, Verses 1-3)

                        It is extremely important for Muslims to understand this message of Unity and Truth, that Islam has given, for without a doubt, it is with the Unity of Humanity against those who seek to drag humanity to the level of the Animals, and against those who seek to oppress and destroy the human condition, that humanity will arise revived and with new found strength, that it may establish Justice and Equity upon this temporal existance.

                        - Shaykh Shabbir
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                          I'll listens to all the nasheeds when I go home later
                          can't do it in school:(
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                            Oh Resululah! We love you and follow you. Peace and blessings be upon you


                              Abdullah Ibn Abbas Radiallahu anhu reports that Rasulullah said,

                              “Whoever recites the following Durood once, Allah will instruct the angels to keep writing good
                              deeds for him for a thousand days.”

                              (Jazallahu annaa muhammadan ma huwa ahluhu)

                              Translation: May Allah reward Muhammad, on our behalf, as much as he deserves.

                              HADITH RECORDED IN TABARANI
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