A man’s weakest moment is in the presence of his wife. Then he is open to shayṭān. A‘ūdhu biLlāhi is the weapon that will make shayṭān flee. All the troubles of the world arise from people making bad ones their leaders.
Dec06 2001 Turkish 16min
Every Friday Allāh invites the people of paradise to Ḥaḍīratu l-Qudus; a beautiful journey through the heavenly realms where everyone receives according to their rank. On that day, when Allāh Almighty will show His beauty, the faces of the believers will shine like the sun.
The Signs of Qiyāmah
Jan12 1997 English 37min
In the last days the Prophet ﷺ said that his ﷺ Ummah will follow the Christians and the Jews. There is no honour for a Muslim to follow those who do not know or respect the Prophet ﷺ. Look now for the big signs of the coming of the end.
Jan12 1997 English 44min
Mawlānā was inspired to call his way Ḥaqqānī – those who defend their rights and the rights of others. We should try to be as the Ṣaḥābah, the most perfect community, who were defenders of justice for themselves and others, without need for judges or lawyers or courts. He also speaks about the benefits of fasting as a cure for hopelessness and suicide.
Jan12 1997 English 46min
From the beginning of time people are asking for their God-given rights. Now democracy claiming to make everyone shepherd and no one sheep. This is a lie and all the world wants their kings and sultans back. Mawlana gives support to the New Ottoman movement and he praises Prince Charles for his support of Muslims and Islamic Law.
Believe in the Unseen
Apr01 1996 Turkish 41min
Believe in the unseen until the curtains of the ego are lifted and you see what you believe. Pass through the desert to find the Ka‘bah. Your station is according to your love for Allāh. Qur’ān is more than just words. The meanings of Fātiḥah would load 100 camels with books. Look at the Aṣḥābu l-Kahf who loved Allāh so that He loved them and the dog who loved them gained paradise.
Dethroning Sultan Abdul Hamid Han
Nov09 1995 Turkish 8min
Mawlānā speaks about the dire consequences that resulted whenever a Sulṭān was deposed and in particular the dethronement of Sulṭān Abdul Hamid Han, may paradise be his abode. The Awliyā’ have the adab not to interfere with the Will of Allāh even in such an event. The Awliyā’ remain patient and the enemies of Islām finish themselves.
How to Use Your Diploma
Nov05 1995 Turkish 14min
Mawlānā sympathizes with the students who study to get a diploma and then cannot find a job. The market is saturated with doctors and lawyers. The only thing you can do with your diploma is brew tea. So much money, so much time, wasted. There are other jobs to be done.
Nov04 1995 Turkish 36min
Our target is to die clean and to be raised among the pure. How do we do this? All Prophets were sent to clean hearts. The Prophet ﷺ cleaned all of his companions until they reached their station of perfection. The Shaykhs and Saints carry on this work. Here is a lesson on being clean.
In One Night
Nov04 1995 Turkish 9min
Islām is a living faith. The saints are central to it. The wahhābiyyūn however disrespect them. They have done great damage to the countless buildings and sacred sites our ancestors built in service of Islām. All this will change. With the coming of Ṣāḥibu z-Zamān a saint will pray, whereby the Jinn will be commanded to restore everything back to its original form in just one night.
Questions to Mawlānā
Dec14 1994 Turkish 19min
In a question and answer session, Mawlānā discusses: the rise of Islām in Europe; the lack of identity among Arab Muslims; the celebration of Christmas among the Turks; the legitimacy of music in Islām; the beauty of the call to prayer and the Turkish Cypriot politician Denktaş.
Our Glorious Past
Dec14 1994 Turkish 17min
We are most ignorant of the Ottoman period. But understanding Islamic history is what our young people need. If Allāh ﷻ bestows it, Divine grace will bring back our Glorious Past. In these time, it is difficult for some to distinguish from ḥalāl and ḥarām. And etiquettes with the shaykh have also been lost. Those who change Islamic judgement, put their egos in the place of their Lord. Real believers smash the idols of their egos. It is important to spread the word of Islam through the written word, or recorded as it can be accessed any time.
Proud to Be Ottoman
Dec14 1994 Turkish 11min
Mawlana gives a short address following a long talk by an historian, Haji Kadir Misiroglu.
He complements him and doubts that his level of education could have come from the post-Ottoman regime. He reminds the listeners to be proud of their Ottoman past, and predicts that it will rise again.
Listen to Rumi
Dec12 1994 Turkish 32min
Rumi is a bright star in the sky of truth. His words are reflection of truth. Rumi filled six books with thousands of verses; his Masnawi. They can be taken, listened to and accepted by everyone, even the Pope. To get out of the class of animals, to rise in ranks, and to open the door to all truth you must listen. Only the person who captivates his ego can listen, and obedience will then follow. Listen to good ones. If a nation has no good people to whom to listen to, it is better for people to lie under earth than to walk on it.
Dec12 1994 Turkish 8min
The special angels in the Heavens call out every day, “be born to die, build to destroy” – a sharp reminder that everything is under Allāh’s ﷻ sovereignty. Nothing remains; it goes from new to old and then to collapse. Everyone who is born must die and everything that is built must be destroyed.
Unity Is Our Aim
Dec10 1994 Turkish 33min
Mawlana candidly answers the questions of a Turkish reporter about the condition of Turkey and Cyprus. The goal is unity and peace. Muslims must unite and help each other defeat the deceivers.
A Second Rise of Islām
Dec10 1994 Turkish 10min
Mawlānā discusses the meaning of the āyah of Qur’ān (24:55) which promises that after living in fear, in war and persecution just for being Muslim, Islām will regain its rule and power. He gives the good news of a second rise of Islām.
The Value of a Breath
Jun28 1994 Turkish 33min
Mawlānā speaks to the ḥadīth: One breath is worth 1,000 years in the grave. In any breath you might say the shahādah and win salvation. In the grave any action, for good or bad, is no longer possible. If we could hold on to the spiritual power of Lā ilāha illā Llāh, we could fly.