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Perception of Truth in a Web of Lies

Allah took away their light, and left them in utter darkness - (so that) they do not see. (They are) Deaf, dumb (and) blind, so they will not turn back. (2: 18-19). 

These days, what are we hearing?! Basharat Naveed is posing himself as an innocent little boy, as if he never said what he said…!!! And now he seeks to know who spread that dirty talk in his stead! 

Because, the poor guy, he never said anything, but he does not know that we have “THE STRONG EVIDENCE” against him. Therefore, he now requests that that particular person be presented before him, to confront him, as if he does not know the individual in question! Now, it is for us to bring that person before him. He has a mandate to boycott us, not bidding us Salam, and not to invite us, and now he is inviting us to bring that person to him. Therefore, he shall sit in his office chair (like a good boy) and it is now for us to come to Dar-us-Salam to present to him the person.
After refuting him on the bad words he uttered, now he…

'Mullaism' in the Nizam-e-Jamaat

In their visceral hatred of the Divine Manifestation in Mauritius in the person of Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Saheb (atba) and his Jamaat, the Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam International, the Ahmadi Maulvis are aping the worst of Mullahs under the canopy of the heavens. While they preach "love for all", their practice betrays the hatred they harbour for the Messenger of Allah (swt) of this era and his family and disciples. In his Friday Sermon of 20 March 2015(28 Jamad’ul Awwal 1436 Hijri) the Khalifatullah (atba) spoke profoundly on this mindset of the abased Maulvis in the Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya who seek to instill poison and hatred on the common folks- illustrating the situation with reference to the actual conduct of a Pakistani-Maulvi among the Mauritian Ahmadis these days. 
Read the Extracts from the Friday Sermon:
Today my Friday Sermon shall be on the words which the Pakistani missionary-in-charge (Basharat Naveed) pronounced on the bone-marrow (stem cells) transplant which the…

Making Sense of the Disasters Around Us

Before coming on the subject of today’s sermon, I would like to talk a little on the visit of the actual Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi who came to Mauritius on 11 March 2015 as Chief Guest of Honour for the 47th Anniversary of Independence Day(12 March 1968)of our country. 
Honourable Narendra Modi was all praise for Mauritius and the exceptional bond which binds our two countries. The humility he showed as a statesman was much appreciated, as political leaders should be good models for society at large, intrinsically as well as extrinsically. Honourable Narendra Modi graced the National Assembly with his presence yesterday and axed his speech on the celebration of both the freedom and also the struggles which Mauritius had to do to get its independence. He also reminiscence the Dandi March led by the Mahatma Gandhi on the 12 March 1930 paving the way towards the Independence of India. 
We, the Jamaat Ul Sahih Al Islam sincerely hope that the Honourable Prime Minister of India …

'Ar-Riya' and 'Sumrah': Sins of Vanity

We should never make a display of our good deeds. Islam attaches great importance to sincerity. This is one of the reasons why we have been warned against what is called Ar-Riya and Sumrah.
Ar-Riya is commonly called “ostentation”, “vanity” or “doing deeds to show others.” Sumrah on the other hand refers to a deed we do for the sole purpose for others to talk about it.
One of the ways the Devil poisons the sincerity of a believer is by getting him to tell others about his good deeds, that is to say, to “make it public”. Here are some examples where a person consciously (or unconsciously) commits Ar-Riya or Sumrah by placing in his conversation to another person the following sentences:
1. “When I got up at 3 am for Tahajjud, it was cold.”
2. “Alhamdulillah, through the supererogatory fasts which I observed I managed to lose a few extra pounds.”
3. “I like to give alms when I get the chance ...”
4. “Verily Quran reading is a source of tranquillity. Every day after I finished reading the Qura…