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TAMIL - AUTHOR : MUFTI A.UMAR SHARIF KASHIMI

igM thq;Fjy;

my;yh`; ,];yhik Xq;fr; nra;J> egpAk; K];ypk;fSk; kf;fhit


ntw;wp nfhs;Sk;gb nra;jhd;. ,ijg; ghu;j;j kf;fhthrpfs;
,];yhNk cz;ik khu;f;fk;. ntw;wp ngw ,];yhikj; jtpu NtW
topapy;iy vd;gij kpfj; njspthf Ghpe;J nfhz;ldu;. vdNt>
,];yhik Vw;W egp (]y;) mtu;fsplk; ,];yhkpa xg;ge;jk; (igM)
nra;tjw;F xd;W $bdu;. egp (]y;) ]/gh kiyf; Fd;Wf;F Nky;
mku;e;J nfhz;L ,jw;fhf jahuhdhu;fs;. fPNo cku; (uop) mku;e;J
nfhz;lhu;fs;. egpatu;fs; kf;fsplkpUe;J ,];yhkpa xg;ge;jj;ij
Vw;Wf; nfhz;bUe;jhu;fs;. jq;fshy; ,ad;w msT nrtpkLg;Nghk;
fl;Lg;gLNthk; vd kf;fs; igM nra;jdu;.

~my;kjhf;| vd;w E}ypy; tUtjhtJ: egp (]y;) mtu;fs;


Mz;fsplk; igM ngw;w gpd;G ngz;fsplk; thq;fpdhu;fs;.
mg;NghJ egp (]y;) ]/ghtpd; kPJk;> mjw;Ff; fPNo ckUk;
mku;e;jpUe;jdu;. egp (]y;) xt;nthU tp\akhff; $w mjid cku;
(uop) mtu;fs; kf;fSf;F vLj;Jiuj;Jf; nfhz;bUe;jhu;fs;.
,e;Neuj;jpy; mg+]{/g;ahdpd; kidtp `pe;j; gpd;j; cj;gh
egpatu;fsplk; te;jhu;. c`{j; Nghhpy; tPukuzk; va;jpa
`k;[hTila cliyr; rpd;dhgpd;dkhf;fpa jdJ nraYf;F egp
(]y;) vd;d nra;thu;fNsh vd;W mQ;rpajhy; jd;id KOJk;
kiwj;Jf; nfhz;L te;jhu;. egp (]y;) 'ePq;fs; my;yh`;Tf;F
vijAk; ,izahf;f khl;Bu;fs; vd;W vdf;F thf;Fj; ju
Ntz;Lk;" vd;W $w> cku; (uop) ngz;fSf;F mij
vLj;Jiuj;jhu;fs;. mLj;J> 'ePq;fs; jpUlf; $lhJ" vd;whu;fs;.
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mjw;F> 'mg+]{/g;ahd; xU fQ;rd;. ehd; mtUila nghUspy;


nfhQ;rk; vLj;Jf; nfhs;syhkh?" vd `pe;j; tpdtpdhu;. 'eP vjid
vLj;Jf; nfhz;lhNah mJ cdf;F MFkhdNj" vd;W
mg+]{/g;ahd; $wpdhu;.

egp (]y;) ,tu;fspd; ciuahliyf; Nfl;L Gd;dif Ghpe;J


'fz;bg;ghf eP `pe;j; jhNd" vd;whu;fs;. mjw;ftu; 'Mk;! ehd;
`pe;j;jhd;. nrd;W Nghd vd;Dila gpiofisg; nghWj;Jf;
nfhs;Sq;fs;! my;yh`;Tk; jq;fis nghWj;jUs;thd;!!" vd;W
$wpdhu;.

'ePq;fs; tpgrhuk; nra;af; $lhJ" vd;W egp (]y;) $wpdhu;fs;.


'xU Rje;jpukhdts; tpgr;rhuk; Ghpthsh?" vd `pe;j;
Mr;rhpag;gl;lhu;.

'cq;fspd; gps;isfis ePq;fs; nfhy;yf; $lhJ" vd egp (]y;)


$wpdhu;fs;. mjw;F `pe;J> 'ehq;fs; vq;fs; gps;isfis ed;whf
tsu;j;Njhk; mtu;fs; nghpatu;fshdJk; ePq;fs; mtu;fisf;
nfhd;W Ftpj;jPu;fNs! vd;d ele;jJ vd;W cq;fSf;Fk;
mtu;fSf;Fk;jhd; njhpAk;" vd;W $wpdhu;. cku; (uop) rphpg;ig
mlf;f Kbahky; rphpj;J rphpj;J ky;yhe;J tpOe;jhu;. mijf; fz;L
egp (]y;) Gd;difj;jhu;fs;. `pe;j; ,t;thW $wf; fhuzk;: gj;U
gilf;fsj;jpy; mtUila kfd; `d;syh ,g;D mg+ ]{/g;ahd;
nfhy;yg;gl;bUe;jhu;. mLj;J> 'ePq;fs; mtJ}W $wyhfhJ" vd egp
(]y;) $wNt> 'my;yh`;tpd; kPJ Mizahf! mtJ}W $Wjy; kpff;
nfl;l gz;ghFk;. ePq;fs; ey;ytw;iwAk;> ew;Fzq;fisANk
vq;fSf;F $WfpwPu;fs;!" vd `pe;j; gjpYiuj;jhu;.

'ePq;fs; ey;y tp\aq;fspy; vdf;F khW nra;af; $lhJ" vd egp


(]y;) $wNt> 'my;yh`;tpd; kPJ Mizahf! jq;fSf;F khWGhpAk;
vz;zj;jpy; ehq;fs; ,q;F mku;e;jpUf;ftpy;iy" vd;W `pe;j;
$wpdhu;.

,e;epfo;r;rpf;Fg; gpd; tPL jpUk;gpa `pe;j; tPl;bDs; itj;jpUe;j


rpiyfisg; ghu;j;J 'ehq;fs; ,Jtiu cq;fshy;
Vkhw;wg;gl;bUe;Njhk;" vdf; $wpathW mtw;iw cilj;njwpe;jhu;.
(kjhf;Fj; jd;[Py;)

`pe;j;ij gw;wp ]`P`{y; GfhhpapYk; xU epfo;r;rp


gjpag;gl;Ls;sJ. '`pe;j; egpatu;fsplk; te;J 'my;yh`;tpd;
J}jNu! ,t;Tyfpy; ahUNk ngw;wpuhj Nftyj;ij cq;fisr;
rhu;e;jtu;fs; ngw Ntz;Lk; vd ehd; xU fhyj;jpy; gphpag;gl;Nld;.
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,d;W> ,t;Tyfpy; ahUNk fz;buhj fz;zpaj;ij jhq;fs; mila


Ntz;Lk; vd kpf Mirg;gLfpNwd;" vd;W $wpdhu;.
'my;yh`;tpd; kPJ Mizahf! ,d;Dk; vd;d nrhy;yg;
Nghfpwha;?" vd;W egp (]y;) Nfl;lhu;fs;. mtu; 'my;yh`;tpd;
J}jNu! mg+ ]{/g;ahd; fQ;ruhf cs;shu;. mtUila
nry;tj;jpypUe;J vd; gps;isfSf;F cztspj;jy; Fw;wkhFkh?"
vd;W Nfl;lhu;. mjw;F egp (]y;) 'mjid ed;ikahfNt
fUJfpNwd;" vd;W $wpdhu;fs;.

kf;fhtpy; egpatu;fspd; nray;ghLfs;

egp (]y;) kf;fhtpy; 19 ehl;fs; jq;fpapUe;jhu;fs;. mf;fhyf;


fl;lj;jpy; ,];yhik vLj;Jiuj;jhu;fs; mjd; rl;ljpl;lq;fis
tpthpj;jhu;fs; kf;fSf;F Neu;top kw;Wk; ,iw mr;rj;ij
`ukpd; vy;iyfspy; milahsf;
Nghjpj;jhu;fs;
fk;gq;fis GJgpf;Fk; gzpia F[hM
tkprj;jtuhd mg+ci]Jf;F toq;fpdhu;fs;
mtu; egp (]y;) fl;lisg;gb mtw;iw nra;J Kbj;jhu;. NkYk;>
,];yhkpa miog;Gg; gzpf;fhfTk;> Rw;wpAs;s gFjpfspy; ,Ue;j
rpiyfis cilj;njwptjw;fhfTk; Njhou;fspd; FOf;fis
mDg;gpdhu;fs; mit midj;Jk; cilj;J nehWf;fg;gl;ld.
egpatu;fspd; mwptpg;ghsu;> 'my;yh`;itAk; kWik ehisAk;
ek;gpf;if nfhz;ltu;fs; jq;fs; tPLfspYs;s rpiyfis
cilj;njwpa Ntz;Lk;" vd;W mwptpj;Jf; nfhz;bUe;jhu;.

ENGLISH- THE SEALED NECTAR – MEMORIES OF THE PROPHET (PBUH)-AUTHOR- ISSAM DIAB

Immediately after the great conquest, the Makkans came to realize that the only way to
success lay in the avenue of Islam. They complied with the new realities and gathered to
pledge fealty to the Prophet [pbuh]. The men came first pledging full obedience in all
areas they can afford. Then came the women to follow the men’s example. The Prophet
[pbuh] with ‘Umar bin Al-Khattab receiving the pledge of fealty and communicating to
them for him. Hind bint ‘Utbah, Abu Sufyan’s wife, came in the trail of women disguised
lest the Prophet [pbuh] should recognize and account for her, having chewed the liver
of Hamzah, his uncle. The Prophet [pbuh] accepted their allegiance on condition that
they associate none with Allâh, to which they immediately agreed. He added that they
should not practise theft. Here Hind complained that her husband, Abu Sufyan, was
tight-fisted. Her husband interrupted granting all his worldly possessions to her. The
Prophet [pbuh] laughed and recognized the woman. She implored him to extend his
pardon to her and efface all her previous sins. Some other conditions were appended
including the prohibition of adultery, infanticide or forging falsehood. To all these orders,
Hind replied positively swearing that she would not have come to take an oath of
allegiance if she had had the least seed of disobedience to him. On returning home, she
broke her idol admitting her delusion as regards stone-gods.
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The Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] stayed in Makkah for 19 days. During that period he used
to define the way to Islam, guide people to the orthodox path. He ordered Abu Usaid Al-
Khuza‘i to restore the pillars of the Holy Sanctuary, sent missions to all quarters inviting
them to adopt Islam and break down the graven images still lying in the vicinity of
Makkah, and he did have all of them scrapped, inculcating in the believers’ ears his
words:

"Whoever believes in Allâh and the Hereafter is supposed to scrap out the idols that
should happen to be in his house."

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