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31 Oct




What is this conference about?


It is authentically narrated by Sa’eed through his chain from Hibban bin Jabalah that the Final Prophet of Allah (SWT) Muhammad (SAW) said, ‘Indeed it is obligatory upon the Muslims to free their captives or to pay their ransoms.’


Currently, the Muslim Ummah is facing a dire situation, with thousands of our Muslim brothers being held captive by the disbelievers all around the world. The situation is further exacberated by the failure of the Muslims in general to respond to the appeals of the aseer (prisoners), and continuing with their lives unaffected by the severity of the situation in hand. Unfortunately, we now see how the disbelievers have increased their attack on Islam and Muslims by violating the honour of the believers, imprisoning Muslim sisters and furthermore being unashamed of these actions.


In light of this, a conference has been organised by sincere Muslims, to highlight the severity of the problem and demonstrate how every Muslim brother and sister, particularly in the UK can play a role in solving this current crisis.


O Muslims! Is it not about time that you responded?


Who are the Speakers and What are their Topics?


1) Honour Violated – Abu Muaz, Head of the UK Salafi Youth Movement

2) How to Defend – Abu Yahya, Spokesman for the Followers of Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’aah

3) The Way Forward Abu Rumaysah, Student at the London School of Shari’ah


When is it?

Sunday, 2nd November 2008, 2pm – 6pm


Where is it?

The Brady Arts Centre
192-196 Hanbury Street
E1 5HU


How much will it cost?

There is no admission fee.


Will there be any Islamic merchandise for sale?

DVD’s (£2), Shadah Flags (£5) and other memorabilia will be sold inshaa’allah


Is it for brothers and sisters?


Please note that strict segregation will be enforced.


Who can I contact for further information?

Please call 07961 577 221 for general enquiries.

Please call 07956 600 569 for media enquiries.


I am a non-Muslim. Can I attend?

Yes. And you are welcome to embrace Islam as well.

29 Oct

“Never will they be pleased with you (Muslims) until you follow their Millah (religion, ideology, values and way of Life).” [EMQ 2:120]

The Messenger Muhammad (SAW) said, “Indeed, the best speech is the Book of Allah.”; so with that I begin. Allah (SWT) says in the Qur’aan:

“And who turns away from the Millah (religion, ideology, way of life, values) of Ibrahim except him who befools himself?” [EMQ 2:130]

The Millah of Ibrahim (AS) is a divine, legislated way of life. It is an excellent example, not just for the followers of the Messenger Muhammad (SAW), but also for the Messenger Muhammad (SAW) himself. Allah (SWT) says:

“Indeed, there has been an excellent example for you in Ibrahim and those with him, when they said to their people, ‘Verily, we are free from you and whatever you worship besides Allah! We have rejected you, and between us and you is hostility and hatred forever, until you believe in Allah Alone.” [Al-Mumtahinah, 60:4]

This was the da’wah (preaching) and hikmah (wisdom) of Ibrahim (AS) and his followers – who, if alive today, would undoubtedly be accused of preaching hatred. His da’wah was not diluted or sugar-coated, to please the authorities or sceptical disbelievers. Rather, his message was a message of hate for those who disbelieved in Allah (SWT) and a message of love, peace and glad tidings for the servants and worshippers of Almighty Allah (SWT).

His Manhaj (method) of da’wah cannot be disputed as it is clearly documented and preserved in the Book of Allah (60:4), until the Day of Judgement.

The da’wah of the Anbiyaa’ (Prophets), which we have been ordered to follow (especially ‘Ulama), will inevitably lead to trials, hardship and persecution. The Anbiyaa’ (Prophets) were the best men to walk the face of the earth. They are pleased with Allah (SWT), and He is pleased with them. Yet they were killed by their people (the prophets of Bani Israel), boycotted, attacked, imprisoned, deported, persecuted, ridiculed and slandered. Allah (SWT) says:

“Or do you think that you will enter Paradise without such trials as came to those who passed away before you? They were afflicted with severe poverty and ailments and were so shaken (for fear of the enemy – Tafseer Ibn Katheer) that even the Messenger and those who believed with him said, ‘when will the Help of Allah come?’ Yes! Certainly, the Help of Allah is near!” [EMQ 2:214]

It is further reported in an authentic (Saheeh) hadeeth that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said:

“The saw would be placed on the middle of the head of one of those who were before you (believers) and he would be sawn from his head to his feet, and he would be combed with iron combs between his skin and bones, yet that would not make him change his religion.” [Fath ul-Baari, 6:716]

So these were the consequences, backlash and repercussions endured by the Anbiyaa’ and their pious, God-fearing followers, which they conceal from you, knowingly or out of ignorance.

They are those who are happy to live under the authority of the disbelievers, with their cosy jobs and lifestyles – from among the secular doctors, nurses, solicitors, accountants, bankers, teachers, lecturers, civil servants, social workers, imams on salaries, councillors and so forth.

And because the Millah of Ibrahim and da’wah of the Anbiyaa’ results in hardship, difficulties, persecution and trials, and is of great inconvenience to them, they are unwilling to sacrifice for it and thereby risk losing what they have spent more than three-quarters of their lives chasing – their dream careers.

Consequently, they begin to criticise and condemn this path – of declaring enmity towards the disbelievers and what they worship – and those who are upon it. Instead, they falsely claim that Islam is just a religion of peace and tolerance, and we ought to love all of mankind and God’s creations. And they say we should be wise and not proclaim any hatred for Western (kufr) values and kufr (non-Islamic) ideologies, concepts and philosophies, such as democracy and freedom.

Consequently, they take the disbelievers as their friends, helpers and protectors, instead of the believers who emulate the Anbiyaa’, replicate their da’wah and are labelled by the enemies of Allah (SWT) as extremists, fundamentalists and terrorists.

So you should know, oh servants of Allah (SWT), that the disbelievers will never be pleased with you until you abandon the essence and meaning of the Kalimah – even though you may utter it or decorate your homes with it – and follow their way of life or version of Islam, instead of the Shari’ah.

The Deen of Islam not only requires one to invite the unbelievers to Tawheed (worship and obey Allah alone) with the best styles and means, but also to declare Walaa’ (loyalty and allegiance to Allah (SWT) and the believers) and Baraa’ (hatred for the disbelievers and what they worship besides Allah (SWT)). Do not expect to enter Paradise without facing hostility from the disbelievers. The Anbiyaa’ were not loved or admired by their people (the disbelievers).

From your brother behind bars

July 2008/ Rajab 1429

Qualities of the People of Taqwa

29 Oct

“When Allah created His creation, He did so while He was completely independent of their obedience towards Him and of their disobedience towards Him. No disobedience can hurt Him and no obedience can benefit Him. Then He distributed amongst them (the creation) their means of sustenance and placed them on earth. The people of Taqwa on earth are those of virtue: their speech is correct (true); their garments are of moderate nature and their walk is one of humility. They lower their gaze when they see something that Allah has forbidden them to see and they give ear to beneficial knowledge. They maintain their integrity in both adversity and prosperity.


Had it not been for the appointed time that Allah has written for them (death), their souls would not remain an extra second in their bodies out of yearning for reward and fear of punishment. The Creator ranks Supreme in their eyes, so everything else becomes immaterial to them. They are with Paradise as if they had already witnessed it and enjoyed its presence. They are with Hell as if they have already seen it and tasted its torment. Their hearts grieve and their evil (if any) is non-contagious. Their bodies are lean, their needs are few and their souls are chaste.

They observe patience for a few days and experience everlasting comfort. This is a profitable exchange that their Lord has made pleasant for them. The world tempts them, but they do not succumb. It imprisons them, but they ransomed themselves in exchange.

During the nights they stand in rows and read portions of the Quran. They recite with proper recitation which grieves their hearts and drink it (the Quran) like medicine. If a verse of yearning comes along, they reach for it and believe it is their destination. If an intimidating verse comes along, they pour their hearts towards it and believe that Hell and its screams are in their ears. They sleep on their foreheads and elbows (i.e. they engage in prayers so much that it is as if they sleep in those postures) and implore Allah to deliver them.

In the day, they are tolerant and learned, kind and God-fearing. Fear has chipped away at their bodies as if they were arrows. Anyone looking at them would think that they were sick. But they are not sick. Some will say that they are confused. A great fear has made them look like that. They are never content to do only a few actions (during the day), nor do they ask for a great deal. They condemn themselves and are apprehensive about their deeds.

If one of them is called “pious”, he fears what will be said of him and says: “I know myself better than you do. My Lord knows me better than I do. O Allah! Do not take me to task for what they are saying about me and (O Lord) make me better than they think. Forgive my sins which they do not know about.”

Their signs are that they are strong in Islam, resolute in their softness; firm in their belief. They crave for knowledge and are knowledgeable with tolerance; moderate in richness; pleasant in hunger; forbearing in distress; seeking Halal; active in (pursuing) guidance and they abhor greed.

They perform good deeds in fear (of rejection). They spend the evening in gratitude and the morning in remembrance. They sleep in alarm and they awake in joy. If their carnal selves make it difficult for them to fulfil that which they dislike the deprive them (their selves) of that which they like. The apple of their eyes is in what does not perish and their abstemiousness in what disappears. They combine knowledge with tolerance and speech with action.

You will find their hopes are realistic, their mistakes few; their hearts humble, their selves content; their diet meagre, their matters simple, their Deen safe-guarded, their desires killed and their anger subdued. Goodness is expected from them and evil is shielded against them. If they are among those who are oblivious, they are counted amongst those who remember (Allah). If they are among those who remember, they are not written among the oblivious. They pardon those who wrong them; they provide for those who deprive them, and meet those who severe ties with them. They are never profane and always lenient. Their wrong doings are almost non-existent and their good deeds are always present. They are resolute when the earth quakes, steadfast in calamities and grateful in prosperity.

They are no prejudiced against those they dislike nor do they favour those they love. They acknowledge the truth before it appears and do not lose anything they are entrusted with. They do not call anyone names nor do they hurt their neighbours. They do not curse at the time of difficulties nor do they venture into falsehood.

Silence does not bother them and if they laugh, they do not raise their voices. If they are treated with injustice they remain patient until Allah vindicates them.

Their own selves live in toil while others are comfortable around them.

Their abstinence from those who stay away from them is their exoneration (from malice). Their proximity to those who are close to them, is a means of mercy (for those who are close to them). Their remaining aloof is not out of pride and arrogance and their being close is neither a ploy nor a scheme.”

Some Ahadith About the Jazira and Fitan Before the Day of Judgment

20 Oct


as-Salamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu:

I though it might be beneficial that we reflect on some of the ahadith regarding fitan in the Jazira prior to the Day of Judgment. Of course, we should remember that only Allah knows when these events will pass. My reference is at-Tuwaijari’s Itihaf al-Jama’a, I, pp. 75-81 (may Allah be merciful with him):

Chapter: What Has been Related Regarding a Fitna that Will Sweep the Arabs Away

Upon ‘Abdullah b. Amr (may Allah be pleased with them both) who said: The Messenger of Allah (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said: There will be a fitna that will clean (tastanzifu) the Arabs, its dead will be in Hell. During which the tongue will be more severe (ashadd) than a blow of the sword.

Reported by Ahamd, Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah. At-Tirmidhi said that this hadith is gharib.

At-Tuwaijari then comments on the narrators of this narration and after concluding that the hadith is hasan he proceeds to explain it as follows:

[Regarding the Prophet’s] statement “cleans the Arabs,” Ibn al-Athir and Ibn al-Manzur [my note: Ibn al-Athir is the scholar who wrote an-Nihaya fi Gharib al-Hadith, a dictionary on uncommon words found in hadith texts; Ibn al-Manzur is the author of the famous Lisan al-Arab.] have said: It means it will encompass them in destruction. It is said [in Arabic]: istanzafat ash-shay’, if you take it all. … . While Ali al-Qari has said in al-Mirqat [my note: al-Mirqat is a commentary of Mishkat al-Masabih]: It has been said that it means it will purify them from filth (al-ardhal) [my note: perhaps here it is best translated as sins] and the people of al-fitan.

I (i.e. at-Tuwajari) say: This [second] opinion is strong in light of the evidence, even though the first opinion is stronger in light of the [Arabic] language.

What bears witness to what al-Qari has said is what has been mentioned regarding the fitna known as ad-duhaima’ [my note: ad-duhaima’ means black and dark, at-Tuwaijiri gives a lengthy discussion on the meaning of this word on pages 55-56.]. [Where the Prophet said]: It will not leave any single individual of this umma but slap him on the cheek. In [the hadith on the duhaima’ fitna, the Prophet] said: “Until the people become two camps: one of faith with no hypocrisy and one of hypocrisy with no faith.”

At-Tuwaijri continues:

This shows that the duhaima’ fitna will clean the believers from the people of fitan, doubt and hypocrisy; not that it will annihilate them completely. And the duhaima’ fitna is the greatest fitna that will occur prior to the appearance of the Antichrist.

At-Tuwaijri then continues:

[Further] evidence that the fitna will not consume all the Arabs is what Muslim reports in his sahih and at-Tirmidhi in his Jami’ upon Jabir b. Abdullah (may Allah be pleased with them both) who said: Umm Sharik informed that she heard the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) say:

The people will flee from Dajjal to the mountains. Umm Sharik said: O Messenger of Allah where will be the Arabs that day? He replied: They will be few.

At-Tirmidhi said: This hadith is Hasan-Sahih Gharib.

At-Tuwaijari then cites another hadith in Ibn Majah of the same meaning as the one above but with the Prophet’s reply being: “They [i.e., the Arabs] will be few, most of them that day will be in Jerusalem, their imam will be a righteous man…” The hadith then continues to describe the descent of Jesus.

At-Tuwaijari then cites another evidence that not all the Arabs will be annihilated in the Prophet’s hadith in al-Bukhari and Muslim that the Banu Tamim will be most severe of his umma against the Antichrist.

At-Tuwaijari then comments, “The Banu Tamim is a large tribe of Arabs.”

He then relates the hadith reported by al-Hakim regarding the peace between the Muslims and ar-Rum (Christian Europe) to fight a common enemy and the victory of the Muslims over that enemy, followed by the treachery of the Europeans against the Muslim expeditionary force. In the hadith after the Europeans treacherously massacre the Muslim contingent they say to their boy-king, “We have sufficied you the edge of the Arabs.” In other words, we have ended their ability to attack/fight. The hadith then describes how after defeating the Arab army, they will then rally their forces to attack the Middle East coming under eighty banners, under each banner twelve thousand soldiers. (80 x 12,000 = 960, 000 men!)

After discussing the hadith’s isnad, at-Tuwaijari points out that the proof is the reference to the Arabs which shows that the Great War (al-Malhama al-Kubra) [my note: to which they refer to as Armageddon] will between the Arabs and Europe.

He then relates a hadith from Ahmad and others that the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said: The Great War, and the conquest of Constantinople, and the appearance of the Antichrist will [all occur] within seven months [of each other].

At-Tuwaijari then surmises that “these four ahadith all indicate that a large number of Arabs will remain after the great fitna mentioned at the beginning of the chapter. Upon this, [the Prophet’s] statement, “clean the Arabs,” means that it will consume most of them in destruction. The juxtaposition of the majority when saying all is prevalent in Arabic. And Allah knows best.”

As for the Prophet’s statement: That its dead will be in Hell.

At-Tuwajari then explains that some scholars have interpreted this to mean that since they did not intend by fighting to raise Allah’s word, or push back an injustice, or assist the people of the truth; but rather they sought to show off and sought wealth and power (al-mulk), they are in Hell.

At-Tuwaijari then mentions a number of hadith about fighting under a “blind” banner (rayah ‘immiya), i.e., a call of blind partisanship, be it tribal, national, etc.

At-Tuwaijari then explains how the tongue during this fitna is more severe than the sword as follows: “The confirmation of this is seen in our times in the spread of radio broadcasts and newspapers in all corners of the earth. The tongues of those who speak through [these media], insulting, bellitting, mentioning the faults of those who disagree with them, spreading fitan, and whipping up hatred and animosities is much greater than the blow of the sword.”

At-Tuwaijari then continues by saying: “This fitna [which will clean the Arabs] has yet to occur, and perhaps it is the duhaima’ fitna which will occur just prior to the appearance of the Antichrist.”

He then mentions a number of hadith which tie a deaf, blind fitna and the destruction of the Arabs. One hadith has the wording, “Woe to the Arabs of an evil drawing nigh, its shadow has fallen on [them] by the Lord of the Kaaba, its shadow has fallen on them.” I.e., drawn close so that it is as if its shadow is casted upon them.

Some of these hadith mention that the fitna will occur due to competing claims of jahiliya, i.e., call of nationalism, tribalism, etc.

At-Tuwajari then remarks: “Much death and killing has occurred in our times due to the call of jahiliya especially due to the removal of the imama and the khilafa and it being replaced by jumhuriyas.” (jumhuriya is normally translated as republic, but hear it has a broader meaning to include all governments of the slogan/type for the people, by the people). He continues: “This is the pure resemblance of the infidel nations and following their ways as one sandal resembles the other. It is not far-fetched that the duhaima’ fitna will be due to such call of jahiliya. Refuge is sought with Allah from the fitan.”

He then concludes with a couple of hadith regarding the fitna in general and the eventually total war with Europe.

I also remember that elsewhere in his book he ties the duhaima’ fitna with the drying up/retraction of the Euphrates and its uncovering a mountain of gold.

And Allah knows best.

Dr. Ali At-Timimi

What Are the Arabs Without Islam?

19 Oct

by Syed Qutb

…The third aspect the event refers to concerns the reality of the Arabian situation at the time. The Arabs did not have any role to play on the face of the earth; they did not have an identity of their own before Islam. In the Yemen they were subjugated by either the Persians or the Abyssinians. If they had any government of their own it was under the protection of the Persians. In the north, Syria was subject to the Byzantine rule which was either direct or in the shape of an Arab government under the protection of the Byzantines. Only the heartland of the Arabian Peninsula escaped foreign rule. But this also was in a state of tribalism and division which deprived it of any weight in world power politics. Tribal war could drag on for forty years or morel but neither individually nor as a group did these tribes count as a power in the eyes of the neighbouring mighty empires. What happened with regard to the “Elephant” aggression was a correct assessment of the real force of these tribes when faced with a foreign aggressor.

Under Islam the Arabs had, for the first time in history, an international role to play. They also had a powerful state to be taken into consideration by the world powers. They possessed a sweeping force that destroys thrones, conquers empires, and brings down the false, deviating and ignorant readerships in order to take over the leadership of mankind. But what facilitated these achievements for the Arabs for the first time in their history was that they forgot their Arabism. They forgot the racial urges and fanaticism. They remembered that they were Muslims, and Muslims only. They carried the message of a forceful and allcomprehensive faith, which they delivered to humanity with mercy and compassion. They did not uphold any sort of nationalism or factionalism. They were the exponents of a Divine idea which gives mankind a Divine, not earthly, doctrine to be applied as a way of life. They left their homes to struggle for the cause of Allah alone. They were not after the establishment of an Arab-empire under which they may live in luxury and conceit. Their aim was not to subjugate other nations to their own rule after freeing them from the rule of the Byzantines or the Persians. It was an aim clearly defined by Rabaie ibn Amir, the Muslims’ messenger to the Persian commander, when he said in the latter’s headquarters: “Allah ordered us to set out in order to save humanity from the worship of creatures and bring it to the worship of Allah alone, to save it from the narrowness of this life so that it may look forward to the broadness of the life hereafter, and from the oppression of other religions so that it may enjoy the justice of Islam”.

Then and only then, did the Arabs have an identity, a power and a leadership. But all of these were devoted to Allah alone. They possessed their power and leadership as long as they followed the right path. But when they deviated and followed their narrow nationalistic ideas, and when they substituted for the banner of Islam that of factional bonds, they came under subjugation by other nations. For Allah deserted them whenever they deserted Him; He neglected them as they neglected Him.

What are the Arabs without Islam? What is the ideology that they gave, or they can give to humanity if they abandon Islam? What value can a nation have without an ideology which it may present to mankind? Every nation which assumed the leadership of humanity in any period of history advanced an ideology. Nations which did not, such as the Tartars who swept over the east, or the Berbers who crushed the Roman Empire in the west, could not survive for long. They were assimilated by the nations they conquered. The only ideology the Arabs advanced for mankind was the Islamic faith which raised them to the position of human leadership. If they forsake it they will no longer have any function or role to play in human history.

The Arabs should remember this well if they want to live and to be powerful and to assume the leadership of mankind. It is Allah who provides guidance for us lest we go astray.

The Promise of Divine Help and Victory

18 Oct

Allah (swt) says:-
“Verily, We shall indeed help/give victory to  Our Messengers and those who believe, [both] in this world’s life and on the Day when all the witnesses shall stand up.” (Ghaafir 40:51)

“When the Help of Allah comes and the conquest and you see the people enter the deen of Allah in large numbers” (an Nasr :1-2)

“Truly Allah defends those who believe. Verily Allah likes not any treacherous ingrate. Permission to fight is given to those who are fighting them, because they have been oppressed and surely, Allah is able to give them victory. Those who have been expelled from their homes unjustly only because they said ‘Our Lord is Allah’ For had it not been that Allah checks one set of people by means of another monasteries, churches, synagogues and mosques wherein the name of Allah is mentioned much would surely have been pulled down. Verily, Allah will help those who help His (cause). Truly Allah is Qawiun A’zeez.”(al-Hajj 22:38-40)

“O you who believe! Be you helpers (ansaar) of Allah as said I’sa ibn Maryam, to the huwaariyoon: ‘Who are my helpers (in the cause) of Allah?’ The huwaariyoon said ‘We are Allah’s helpers’ Then a group of the children of Israeel believed and a group disbelieved. So we gave power to those who believed against their enemies, and they became the uppermost.” (as Saff 61:14)

“Or do you think that you will enter paradise without such (trials) as came to those who passed away before you? They were afflicted with severe poverty and ailments and were so shaken that even the Messenger and those who believed along with him said ‘When (will be) the Help of Allah?’ But verily the Help of Allah is near.”(al Baqarah 2:214)

Ubay bin Abi Ka’b reported that Nabi (saw) said “Bring glad tidings to this ummah that it will have the power, the pride, the deen, the victory on the earth. So he who worked to reap the rewards in this life rather than the hereafter he woul have no reward in the hereafter.” (AHMAD [5/114])

In the Musral hadeeth from Hasan it is reported that Rasool Allah (saw) said “Whoever meets death while is search of knowledge to revive Islam, there will be only one degree in Paradise between him and the prophets.” (DAARIMI, Mishkaat [vol.1 p.256])

The Three Bulls and the One Wolf

17 Oct

“Do people think that they will be left alone because they say ‘we believe’ and will not be tested”   [EMQ 29:2]

The Prophets and the Messengers of Allah [swt] were all tried and tested in their mission to promote Tawheed (Islamic Monotheism).  They faced many trials and tribulations yet they never gave up the noble and honourable duty of removing polytheism and implementing Allah’s laws on Earth.  Today the Muslims all over the world are being subjected to a barrage of attacks by the devils allies; we must never be disheartened rather we should seek inspiration and guidance from our pure and authentic texts.


The last and final Messenger Muhammad [saw] said:

Your likeness is similar to three bulls, who are all together (united) – a white bull, a brown bull and a black bull.  However there is a wolf (kaafir) who wants to eat you up; he knows he cannot do anything unless he separates you or divides you up.  So he attempts to split you up (by enacting an evil plan):


The wolf approaches the white bull and says to him

“You are a pretty bull, a very nice bull and your colour is beautiful.  You work very hard but the other two seem to eat (thrive) upon hard labour and do not really appreciate your effort at all so why don’t you just desert them both.”



The white bull replied “How dare you say this to me, if you even think of saying such a thing again all three of us will kill you with our feet. (stampede you to death).”  So the wolf leaves him.


The wolf then makes contact with the brown bull and starts feeding him with bad (fabricated and false) information about the other bulls and succeeds in convincing him to isolate himself from the other bulls.  The wolf then speaks to the black bull and says

“You are the slimmest and the most thinnest bull, the other bulls eat up everything and do not really care about you.  They show off a lot but me and you can be friends, let us forget them (and work together).”



The wolf (realises his opportunity) chases the white bull, kills it and eats it.


The wolf goes back to the black bull and tells him

“The brown bull is bigger than you, better than you and stronger than you because he eats up most of the grass and leaves you hardly anything.  He also eats the share of the white bull and he wants to be in charge (the leader) over all of you.  So if he is in any form of danger or asks for your help do not help him at all.  I will be your helper (assistance), if you need grass ask me and I will help you get it and I will look after you.”



The wolf then hunts the brown wolf down and eats him.


Having succeeded in isolating and killing two of the three bulls he goes back to the third bull and says

“All the grass is yours, I want you to eat all of it.  So you become fat and plump (ripe) so I can enjoy eating you.”



The black bull asks “Why do you want to eat me?  I thought you were my friend!”
The wolf replies “You are not my friend, you are stupid, people like us eat people like you.”
The bull replies by saying “You cannot kill me I am already dead.”
“What do you mean?” asks the wolf.

“I died the day you killed and ate my brother the white bull” says the black bull.
The lesson we can take from this Hadith is that the Muslim community is exactly like this today.  Whereby they please to split themselves into groups as the white bull, the brown bull and the black bull.  The moral of this Hadith is that all three bulls must bond and stick together otherwise be ready to be slaughtered by the wolf (British government and its right hand is the media).“And hold fast, all of you together, to the rope of Allah (Qur’aan and Sunnah based upon the understanding of the Sahaabah) and be not divided among yourselves.”  [EMQ 3:103]