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A thought provoking session by Syed Bilal Qutab, a must watch. You don’t have to agree with Bilal’s opinions or thoughts, but do listen, and see what is wrong in his speech and please comment on it.
I really enjoyed it and watched it twice, this forces me to pick up The Qur’aan Majeed and read it with translation and tafseer.
Speaker: Syed Bilal Qutab
Type: Religious, Ethics, Moral
Lebgth: 115 minutes (approx)
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful (1)
All the praises and thanks be to Allah, the Lord  of the ‘Âlamîn (mankind, jinn and all that exists). (2)
The Most Gracious, the Most Merciful (3)
The Only Owner (and the Only Ruling Judge) of the Day of Recompense (i.e. the Day of Resurrection) (4)
You (Alone) we worship, and You (Alone) we ask for help (for each and everything). (5)
Guide us to the Straight Way. (6)
The Way of those on whom You have bestowed Your Grace, not (the way) of those who earned Your Anger (such as the Jews), nor of those who went astray (such as the Christians). (7)
Dr. Israr Ahmed and Justice (Rtd.) Javed Iqbal needs no introduction. Both of them are true Pakistanis and Muslims, both have a real good reputation. Watch this video, and see what they say about Pakistan’s current situation.
Host: Dr. Shahid Masood
Guests: Dr Israr Ahmed & Justice (Rtd.) Javed Iqbal
Type: Politics, Religious, Ethics
Lebgth: 36 minutes (approx)
Iqbal wrote the two poems, “Shikwa” and “Jawab-i Shikwa” (Complaint to God and its Response), in early twentieth century. It was the prime time of his poetic revelation, which is called his third period that began in 1908 and ended at his death in 1938. During that time Muslims in India had almost lost their entity as a nation. They had become the most oppressed community in British ruled India.
Iqbal’s poem “Shikwa” was one of his most thrilling poems, which he recited personally in the month of April 1911 at the annual session of Anjuman Himayat-i Islam held in the compound of Islamia College, Lahore. It was largely applauded and subsequently published in the magazines and journals of the country. This poem consists of 31 stanzas having six verses each. In the poem Iqbal has highlighted Islam’s living traditions in such a way that it strikes the very heart of a person. The carefully selected and well-knit words of the poem were immensely effective. They filled the hearts of a deprived nation with new life, courage and enthusiasm. The poem “Shikwa” is a unique example of a complaint to God.