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BismillahirRahmanirRahim

Saturday, Dhul Qada 5, 1430 (October 24, 2009)

Third in the series of sohbets on the night of Mevlid for Haji Fuat Rabbani (qas). Sayiddina Muhammad (saws) is the Prophet of the end times. There are many forces working against Islam in ahir zaman, even though there are many Muslims, and new beautiful masjids. The lifestyle is lost. But everything is in the hands of Awliya (friends of ALLAH swt). The kingdom of Prophet Isa (as) is building, and Sayiddna Mehdi (as) is coming to bring down tyranny.

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Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

Friday, 4 Dhul Qada 1430 (October 23, 2009)

Sheykh Efendi is saying a believer waits, watches, and tries to understand. He doesn’t fool people and he doesn’t get fooled. Everyone is waiting for the last takbir from Sayiddina Mehdi (as). Don’t interfere with things that are not for you. Confusion is going to start from within Islam. Your faith will help you to respond to attacks, and to stay on the side of Mehdi (as), not to fall to the side of dajjal.

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Seyh Abdul Kerim

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Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

Friday, May 16, 2008 (Jumad Awal 10, 1429)

Sheykh Abdul Kerim Efendi is saying that those who read the book of Allah continuously, who keep their 5 daily prayers and who share from the favors that have been given to them with others, they should expect and wait for good results. For safety and for inner peace, read more Quran (murids should be reading 1 juz of Quran every day or reciting Ikhlas 100 times); keep your wird, and read hadith (Sheykh Efendi recommends reading 3 hadith a day and applying it to your life). Don’t speak so much of what you think you know.

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Seyh Abdul Kerim

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Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

Friday, October 3, 2006 (Ramazan 21, 1427)

Those people who keep the order of Allah with fasting, they should be happy. And those who left the fasting should be very sad. The world has taken everyone hostage. This month should be purifying us — it is not for us just to abstain from eating and drinking. Holy Prophet (sws) said, about Ramadan: “The first ten days are Mercy (Rahmet), the second ten are Forgiveness (Maghfirat), and the last ten are Safety (Nejat).” We must make intention, in this month, and especially in the last 10 days, to sit somewhere quiet for the sake of Allah and remember Him. If you are making that intention, Allah will make it easy for you.

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