Protect yourself from fitnah under the canopy of Surah Kahf – Masjid Siratul Jannah, Evans Park

Protect yourself from fitnah under the canopy of Surah Kahf - Masjid Siratul Jannah, Evans Park


Jumuah, at Johannesburg on February 3, 2017


From amongst the important practices of the Day of Jumuah, is to recite Surah Kahf. There are many virtues and benefits of reading Surah Kahf on a Friday. Nabi ( sallahu alaihi wasallam) said:
“The person who recites Surah Kahf as it was revealed, on a Friday, then Allah SWT will create a light/noor from wherever he is to Baitullah.”
We are entering the era of the Fitnah of Dajjal, and it appears as if the stage is being set for the appearance of Dajjal. This will be the most difficult period in the history of mankind on earth. We should not despair. The recitation of Surah Kahf or even a portion of Surah Kahf is a protection from the fitnah of Dajjal and all the smaller fitnahs, associated with this era. If we cannot effect global changes, we can at least work on ourselves and our immediate family. We should be particular in reciting Surah Kahf on a Friday. As this is a means of spiritual light between us and Baitullah. We always worry about what will happen to our children when we leave this world. Have we ever worried what will happen to our children when they leave this world? We should leave these gifts behind with them (i.e. the practice of reading Surah Kahf etc). InshaAllah by ingraining these practices in them, they will remember us for these gifts, and will be very grateful
There are four main lessons in Surah Kahf:
1. Test of Iman (story of the people of the cave).
2. Test of wealth (the man who had everything and became arrogant).
3. Test of knowledge (story of Musa (Alaihis Salaam) and Khidr (Alaihis Salaam).
4. Test of power (story of Zul Qarnain).
Let us study and read the Tafseer of Surah Kahf and try to understand the message of this Surah, so that when we read the Surah, we read it with appreciation and understanding.

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From amongst the important practices of the Day of Jumuah, is to recite Surah Kahf. There are many virtues and benefits of reading Surah Kahf on a Friday. Nabi ( sallahu alaihi wasallam) said:

“The person who recites Surah Kahf as it was revealed, on a Friday, then Allah SWT will create a light/noor from wherever he is to Baitullah.”

We are entering the era of the Fitnah of Dajjal, and it appears as if the stage is being set for the appearance of Dajjal. This will be the most difficult period in the history of mankind on earth. We should not despair. The recitation of Surah Kahf or even a portion of Surah Kahf is a protection from the fitnah of Dajjal and all the smaller fitnahs, associated with this era. If we cannot effect global changes, we can at least work on ourselves and our immediate family. We should be particular in reciting Surah Kahf on a Friday. As this is a means of spiritual light between us and Baitullah. We always worry about what will happen to our children when we leave this world. Have we ever worried what will happen to our children when they leave this world? We should leave these gifts behind with them (i.e. the practice of reading Surah Kahf etc). InshaAllah by ingraining these practices in them, they will remember us for these gifts, and will be very grateful

There are four main lessons in Surah Kahf:

  1. Test of Iman (story of the people of the cave).
  2. Test of wealth (the man who had everything and became arrogant).
  3. Test of knowledge (story of Musa (Alaihis Salaam) and Khidr (Alaihis Salaam).
  4. Test of power (story of Zul Qarnain).

Let us study and read the Tafseer of Surah Kahf and try to understand the message of this Surah, so that when we read the Surah, we read it with appreciation and understanding.