Zikr Majlis, at Musallah Mahmoodiyah, Westville North on September 7, 2017


Poetry: Mera Kohi Nahi Aah Tere Siwa
The words of this poetry reflect the condition of the oppressed Muslim man, woman and child who are calling out to Allah SWT in their suffering. It starts off with these words: ‘O Allah, who is there for me besides You?’ In the midst of crisis when all other doors are closed, the only source of solace and comfort for the Mu’min is in turning to Allah SWT. The Muslims who are being oppressed at the moment especially in Myanmar would have thought the world will intervene and stop the bloodshed and carnage; but alas, the world has sat by as spectators. In the past when people attempted to oppress Muslims the whole Ummah rose up and came to their assistance. The condition of the Ummah today is that some are bleeding, whilst the rest are sleeping! The only straw of hope for the Ummah is for Allah’s Mercy to be directed towards us, because we are ‘bankrupt’ of righteous deeds which attract the help of Allah. The dua for forgiveness taught by Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) is very appropriate for us in these times: ‘Allahumma maghfiratuka awsaw min thunoobina warahmatuka arja indana min a’malina’ – O Allah Your forgiveness is much vaster than our sins, and we have more hope in Your Mercy than in our good deeds. Allah SWT will grant Jannah in the Hereafter on the basis of His Mercy, therefore He can also save us from the calamities of this world through His Mercy alone. The ultimate solution to the problems of the Ummah is that we have to return to Allah by repenting, rectifying our wrongs and working for the reformation of the Ummah.

Duration Naat - Hfz R Arbee: 00:06
Duration Main: 00:25
Duration Zikr: 00:04
Duration Dua: 00:12


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Poetry: Mera Kohi Nahi Aah Tere Siwa

The words of this poetry reflect the condition of the oppressed Muslim man, woman and child who are calling out to Allah SWT in their suffering.  It starts off with these words: ‘O Allah, who is there for me besides You?’ In the midst of crisis when all other doors are closed, the only source of solace and comfort for the Mu’min is in turning to Allah SWT. The Muslims who are being oppressed at the moment especially in Myanmar would have thought the world will intervene and stop the bloodshed and carnage; but alas, the world has sat by as spectators. In the past when people attempted to oppress Muslims the whole Ummah rose up and came to their assistance. The condition of the Ummah today is that some are bleeding, whilst the rest are sleeping! The only straw of hope for the Ummah is for Allah’s Mercy to be directed towards us, because we are ‘bankrupt’ of righteous deeds which attract the help of Allah. The dua for forgiveness taught by Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) is very appropriate for us in these times: ‘Allahumma maghfiratuka awsaw min thunoobina warahmatuka arja indana min a’malina’ – O Allah Your forgiveness is much vaster than our sins, and we have more hope in Your Mercy than in our good deeds. Allah SWT will grant Jannah in the Hereafter on the basis of His Mercy, therefore He can also save us from the calamities of this world through His Mercy alone. The ultimate solution to the problems of the Ummah is that we have to return to Allah by repenting, rectifying our wrongs and working for the reformation of the Ummah.