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    Statement from Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin
    August 23, 2003: Washington, D.C.


    In the name of God, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful.

    Let there arise out of you
    A band of people
    Inviting to all that is good,
    Enjoining what is right,
    And forbidding what is wrong:
    They are the ones
    To attain felicity.
    (Quran 3:104)



    I greet you today from a Georgia State Prison where I am held in 23-hour
    lockdown. Forty years ago, today, at the age of 19, I stood on the platform steps
    here in Washington, D.C., and heard the loud cries of freedom and hope for a
    changed nation. Today we are here with louder cries as a reminder that the
    dispossessed still are the dispossessed. Justice and law march to two different
    drummers, two totally different conversations. But, I am reminded that
    ā€œfreedom is not free.ā€ The rights that you thought you had will now be taken away.
    I am reminded of a quote from a former governor of Louisiana, Huey P. Long.
    He was asked, Will fascism come to America. He replied, Yes, but it will
    be called patriotism." Shepherds may change, but sheep will always remain
    the same.

    Justice is a master virtue; no light matter, no civil rights issue, just
    truth and falsehood. Ours is the struggle of man through the ages. Know that the
    uniqueness of our struggle is in its cause and purpose. It brings strength to
    the weak; it is the struggle whereby truth smashes the brains out of
    falsehood, where right triumphs over wrong. There is nothing wrong with being right,
    and there is nothing bad about being good. Blessed are those who struggle.
    Oppression is worse than the grave. It is better to die for a noble cause,
    than to live and die a slave.
    .لا نريد زعيما يخاف البيت الإبيض
    نريد زعيما يخاف الواحد الأحد
    دولة الإسلامية باقية





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      Nourul Islam Baber Shaheed


      His melodious voice echoes in my ears whenever anyone mentions Baber. Many a times he could be seen in the valleys of Afghanistan cheerfully singing Jihadic nasheeds. Today although he is not amongst us, those of us who knew him will always remember him. Even the Ameer used to become tearful when Baber was mentioned.
      This brave, young and courageous brother was born in India, but before reaching the truth he had strayed many times. While he could often be seen roaming about the market place there was also a time when he was a rising star in the Indian film industry. His voice echoed all over the airwaves in India and his pics began to appear in the newspapers and magazines. But Baber's pure soul couldn't stand this filthy environment for long until he was able to free himself from its clutches.
      In the words of Baber " I, a lost traveller reached my destination in the jihad of Afghanistan." There were times when this cheerful brother would suddenly become silent and address a fellow mujahid thus "Brother there is only one way to compensate for Baber's sins and that is shahadah in the path of Allah."
      Many a times he would inform his friends of the pain that dwelled in his heart when he saw that the Hindus wanted to convert the Babrey Masjid into a temple. He would often say " I can't bear to see this Masjid being deserted. Inshaallah I will train myself for this task. I will fight every infidel heading for Babrey Masjid."
      It was on the 22 of Shabaan ???? that he arrived at the central office of Harkatul-Mujahideen. Soon he was sent to the training centre from where he emerged as a courageous and fearless commando. He would go to the enemy's den and bring back a detailed report on them. Then he was appointed to be the Ameer of the Ragbely centre. However this true mujahid was always in search of shahadah. He had made a will that after his martyrdom he should be buried in Afghanistan and not taken elsewhere. During his six months on the front-line he proved to be a very successful and brave commander.
      At last the time had arrived which Baber had been eagerly waiting for. In the operation against the Russians which Baber himself was commanding, while walking on the front-line he stepped on a land mine which brought his worldly life to an end. This brave and fearless mujahid who had been brought up in India was no longer amongst us.
      Now Baber had willed that he be buried in Afghanistan but those in charge were unaware of this. After the janazah salah the brothers in charge decided that his body be taken to Meeranshah for burial. Accordingly his body was loaded onto a donkey ready to be transported to Pakistan, but strangely the donkey refused to move. At this the brothers were perplexed when suddenly one of the brothers remembered the will of the shaheed. Eventually Baber was buried in the grave which he, a few days prior had prepared with his own hands.
      A few weeks/months later a Pakistani brother saw a dream in which Baber was singing a beautiful nasheed in his melodious voice. The brother said to him "I thought you had passed away" Baber replied "When did I die? I am alive." And indeed shahadah is the real life.
      O Allah we ask you to accept his shahadah and give us the tawfiq to follow in his footsteps. Ameen
      By Moulana Masood Azhar
      Last edited by wildstar; 20-03-04, 11:11 PM.
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        takaballah minhum

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          http://www.informationclearinghouse....rticle4173.htm


          Bring it on!
          .لا نريد زعيما يخاف البيت الإبيض
          نريد زعيما يخاف الواحد الأحد
          دولة الإسلامية باقية





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              Muslims should know the historical figures of islam more than they know the soccer/futbol players
              .لا نريد زعيما يخاف البيت الإبيض
              نريد زعيما يخاف الواحد الأحد
              دولة الإسلامية باقية





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                reviving a thread!
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                  Jazakallahkhair for that bro.Very nice reminder of some of our noble brothers May i ask who collected all the info and put it together?
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                    Re: Profiles of Ash Shuhadaa

                    It was on Azzam many years ago.
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                      Re: Profiles of Ash Shuhadaa

                      Allahu Akbar.
                      Hello, Bye.
                      |In Pursuit of Allaah's Pleasure|

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                        Re: Profiles of Ash Shuhadaa

                        Originally posted by AbuMubarak
                        Muslims should know the historical figures of islam more than they know the soccer/futbol players
                        You are so right brother Mubarak.
                        BarakAllahu Feeq for sharing that ibn ul ibn adam.
                        Ya Ayuhan Nassu Itakullahu In Kuntum Mu'mineen

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                          Re: Profiles of Ash Shuhadaa

                          *bump*
                          Hello, Bye.
                          |In Pursuit of Allaah's Pleasure|

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                            Worth a reminder for the muslims
                            .لا نريد زعيما يخاف البيت الإبيض
                            نريد زعيما يخاف الواحد الأحد
                            دولة الإسلامية باقية





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                              Re: Profiles of Ash Shuhadaa

                              Bumping this VERY old thread as a Ramadhan reminder.
                              First they came for the 'Terrorists', and I did not speak out.
                              Then they came for the fundraisers, and I did not speak out.
                              Next they came for the ulama, and I did not speak out.
                              And then they came for me.

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