Jan 25, 2011

Spiritual Awakening and Social Reform spoken by The Messenger of Allah رسول الله

We see that the
  Mesengger of Allah رسول الله  
mainly spoke about two things
Spiritual Awakening and Social Reform. 
No one is worth of worship but 
Allah subhana wata'ala الله سبحانه و تعالى
so this was the aim of all the
رسول الله

Let's proceed to the speech about the 
Spiritual Awakening and Social Reform 
presented by
Sheikh Yassir Fazaga 
with the title 
Activism for Change

Sheikh Yassir Fazaga shares with us the examples of earlier prophets and our prophet Muhammad (peace be upon them all) and how they dealt with "Spiritual Awakening" and "Social Reform" of the community.

We have a moral obligation that when we see the ills around us, these are not for us to curse, these ills are for us to address and try to fix as much as we can.

If what you believe in does not impact how you behave, then what you believe in is not important. We can say all the nice things we want to say about Islam, but unless we put it into action, it just remains nice words....nobody is interested in just nice words. People want to see. At this time as a Muslim community, we have a lot to show for.

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Brief on meaning of subhana wata'ala  سبحانه و تعالى 
after the name of Allah الله

Subhanahu wa-ta'ala (Arabic: سبحانه وتعالى‎) is an Islamic Arabic phrase that can be translated in English as:

* be He glorious and exalted
* may He be glorified and exalted
* glorious and exalted is He

The phrase (often abbreviated to "swt") appears after the name of Allah in Islamic texts such as the Qur'an and the Hadith. Saying this phrase is seen as an act of reverence and devotion towards Allah among Muslims.

"Muslims, as in all Monotheistic faiths, believe that Allah is the only God, the Creator of the Universe. Sometimes Muslims use other expressions when the name of God (Allah) is written or pronounced. Some of which are: "'Azza Wa Jall": He is the Mighty and the Majestic; "Jalla Jalaluh": He is the exalted Majestic. S.W.T. (or "swt") is then the Latinized standard abbreviation for the words "Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala".

Functions of Mosque
as described by  Sheikh Yassir Fazaga

The Federal Territory Mosque, Kuala Lumpur

Thanks for coming

Thanks for coming
Terima kasih sudi hadir

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