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Damascus Sermon

9 April 2018 23:47

Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought Ayatollah Taskhiri said the most renowned masterpiece of Ustad was Risale-i Nur which was  written in  34 years. In this 34 year period, Said Nursi left political issues and wrote this corpus which consisted of 130 parts. The issue of proximity of Islamic Sects and unity has always...

30 May 2016 19:44

First AddendumA Summary of the Addendum to theArabic Text of the Damascus SermonIn the Arabic addendum to the Damascus Sermon, the unassailable moral heroism born of belief in God was described by means of a truly subtle comparison. Here we shall set forth a summary of it and explain it. Close to the beginning of the Second Constitutional Period (1908-1918), I...

30 May 2016 19:41

  While visiting Damascus in early 1911, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi was invited by the religious authorities there to give a sermon in the historic Umayyad Mosque. On their insistence he agreed, and delivered a sermon to a gathering of close on ten thousand, including one hundred scholars. It met with such a response that the text was afterwards printed twice in...

4 May 2014 20:33

A very IMPORTANT prewarning knowledge (Ikhbar-e Gayb- The unknown knowledge apart from the Almighty Allah permitted) by one of prominent clerics from Sunni World Ustad Bediüzzaman Said Nursi (1873- 1960) who was sentenced to death 20 times, poisoned 18 times very severly and whose 70 years passed under exiles and hard conditions but never accepted the silence against oppression and...

4 January 2013 21:53

While visiting Damascus in early 1911, Bediuzzaman Said Nursi was invited by the religious authorities there to give a sermon in the historic Umayyad Mosque. On their insistence he agreed, and delivered a sermon to a gathering of close on ten thousand, including one hundred scholars. It met with such a response that the text was afterwards printed twice in...

1 January 2013 14:36

CHAPTER FIVE “THE FUTURE SHALL BE ISLAM’S, AND ISLAM’S ALONE” (PART 2) Bediuzzaman Addresses the Generations of the Future Bediuzzaman's eyes were on the future. It was a time of defeat for the Islamic world, a period of regression and darkness. But he knew the spring would come, and a golden age would dawn bringing true happiness, progress, and civilization for mankind....

25 December 2012 1:16

The Islamic Unity is the most important issue which concerns all Muslims in accordance with their degrees and social positions. Because The Islamic Unity is not a political issue only. This Unity starts from the bonds and solidarity between two Muslims due to their brotherhood-in-faith and reaches to the cooperation and mutual assistance among all Muslims throughout the entire Islamic...

5 December 2012 23:13

First AddendumA Summary of the Addendum to theArabic Text of the Damascus SermonIn the Arabic addendum to the Damascus Sermon, the unassailable moral heroism born of belief in God was described by means of a truly subtle comparison. Here we shall set forth a summary of it and explain it. Close to the beginning of the Second Constitutional Period (1908-1918), I...

4 December 2012 0:46

Sixth Word by Bediüzzaman Said Nursi (1873- 1960) in Umayyad Mosque ( Damascus) in 1911  The key to Muslims’ happiness in the life of Islamic society is the mutual consultation enjoined by the Shari‘a. The verse, Whose rule is consultation among themselves(16) orders consultation as a fundamental principle. Just as the consultation of the ages and centuries that mankind has practised by means...

4 December 2012 0:34

Fifth Word by Bediüzzaman Said Nursi (1873- 1960) in Umayyad Mosque ( Damascus) in 1911 The lesson I have learnt from the mutual consultation enjoined by the Shari‘a is this: in this age, the single sin of one person does not remain as one; it sometimes swells, spreads and becomes a hundred sins. And sometimes a single good deed does not remain...

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