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'A Call to the TRUTH'

Mukarram Jamal-ud-Din Sahib, the respected Amir Sahib of the Jamaat-Ul-Sahih Al Islam- Kerala (INDIA) has issued a Public Notice to the attention of all those who seek spiritual solace and Divine pleasure in these troubled times. This is an open invitation to join and assemble under the banner of the Divinely-raised Khalifatullah Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Sahib (atba) of Mauritius and the Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam International. The original notice in Malayalam can be read HERE. 

For the benefit of our readers, an English Translation of the Notice is below:

The Holy Qur’an states:

 God took a pledge from the prophets, saying,

If, after I have bestowed Scripture and wisdom upon you, a messenger comes confirming what you have been given, you must believe in him and support him. Do you affirm this and accept My pledge as binding on you?

They said, ‘We do.’  He said, ‘Then bear witness and I too will bear witness.’
(Surah Al-Imran, 3:82)

We took a solemn pledge from the prophets– from you [Muhammad]from Noah, from Abraham, from Moses, from Jesus, son of Mary– 
We took a solemn pledge from all of them:”

-  ( Surah Al- Ahzab, 33:08)

That the solemn pledge taken from the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sa) indicates the raising of a Mujaddid at the turn of a new century of Islamic Calendar for the revival of the true spirit of Islam is a widely known fact. For, the Holy Prophet (sa) famously stated:

"Allah shall raise for this Ummah at the head of every century a man who shall renew (or revive) for it its religion". (Abu Dawud).

Dear Ones! As you know, we are living through the 15th century of the Hijrah Calendar. As stated above, Allah (twa) had raised Mujaddidin (Divine Reformers) in the past centuries in accordance with the promise contained in the Holy Qur’an and as per the glad tidings vouchsafed to the Holy Prophet of Islam (sa). On the basis of this enduring Divine practice, Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Sahib (atba) of Mauritius has claimed that he is indeed the Muhyi-ud-Din (reviver of faith) of this era. He states:

“I want neither pelf nor power. I have been commissioned by Allah as a warner unto mankind, to deliver His Message to you. Should you accept it, you shall have felicity in this life as well as in the life to come. Should you reject the word of Allah, surely Allah will decide between you and me. As from today, I take Allah as my witness that I am the Muhyi-ud-Din of this era.”

As per the Holy Qur’an (Chapter 3, Surah Al Imran, Verse 82), it is the binding spiritual obligation of every true believer to recognize the Imam sent by Allah the Most High in every age, and to accept and assist him in his Divine Mission. In this age, Allah (twa) has raised the Imam with a Jamaat- Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam. All those who seek spiritual solace and Divine pleasure are welcome to join the Jamaat.


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