Hamza Yusuf with Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas

Hamza Yusuf interviews Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas and questions him about the problem of the Muslim world today. El tarot es un arte milenario, en todas las culturas han existido magos, hechiceros, pitonisas, brujos, chamanes y cientos de medios para averiguar el futuro, problemas de amor, problemas de trabajo, incertidumbres, toma de decisiones, hoy el Tarot y las cartas del tarot son accesibles para todo el mundo, tarot del amor, consultar el tarot hoy se puede consultar en cualquier momento, una consulta de tarot es barato, rapido y muy efectivo, una vez hecha la consulta del tarot, la tarotista, hará la tirada de tarot y el tarot le dará la respuesta a su pregunta. Vea el futuro hoy no espere

Syed Muhammad al Naquib bin Ali bin Abdullah bin Muhsin al Attas (born September 5, 1931) is a prominent contemporary Muslim philosopher and thinker from Malaysia. He is one of the few contemporary scholars who is thoroughly rooted in the traditional Islamic sciences and who is equally competent in theology, philosophy, metaphysics, history, and literature. He is considered to be the pioneer in proposing the idea of Islamization of knowledge. Read the rest of this entry »

The ominous words of Salah ad-Din about our Ummah

“After I die, you will see these Muslims fall apart in disunity, and you will see the Europeans grow strong. The best thing to do for now is to continue the fight until we drive them from the Coast (of Palestine) or die.”

This is a statement of Salâh ad-Dîn Abul-Afdal Yûsuf ibn al-Ayyûb, popularly known as “Saladin” in the West, as recorded by his personal companion and scribe, Ibn Shaddâd (page 203 of his chronicles). Saladin stated this after King Richard of England proposed that Saladin’s brother, Sayf ad-Dîn (popularly known as “Safadin” in the West), should marry his sister Joanna. So admirable was Saladin’s character that his worst enemy who had traveled over 2000 miles to eliminate him, ended up offering his own sister to his family. This is the result of perfect Islâmic “Ikhlâq” and “’Adab”.

Also, Saladin stated in regards to the troubles he endured uniting the entire Muslim world under one banner:

“I do not know what will happen to me, if Allâh wills that the enemy should grow strong. They have established a base from which they can retrieve other lands. you will see these Muslim leaders sitting at the tops of their grandiose towers saying, ‘I shall not come down,’ until the Muslim world will be destroyed.”

How did Saladin destroy his enemies, drive the Franks from Jerusalem and most of Palestine, and be written of so well by the European historians whose people he defeated? This is how:

“On July 3 Salâh ad-Dîn performed the Friday prayer in the Masjid of al-Aqsa, I saw him prostrating and repeating his prayers over and over again as his tears soaked the prayer mat.”

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