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Dubai: Noted Islamic scholar and prime member of Murdeshwar Jamat Moulana Mohammed Hussain was honoured at a simple function in Sharjah UAE. The program was hosted by Murdeshwar Jamatul Muslimeen UAE on 30th August, Thursday evening at Mubarak Center, Sharjah.
The program commenced after dinner with about 150 members present at the venue. The program was compered by Janab Abdul Ghani Nadvi. Program begins with the recitation of a chapter from the Holy Quran by 5 year old Abdul Wasi. On the Dias, Moulana Mohammed Hussain was accompanied by Janab Ataurrahman Gouda, President of Murdeshwar jamatul Muslimeen UAE, Janab Hagalwadi Nasrulla, past president janab Jiddah Abdul Rahman, Janab Manna Rafi Ahmed, Janab Dr. Haji ameen Saadulla and Janab Hagalawadi Zahid.
A melodious urdu Naat was sung by Janab Sanaulla provided the mood to the audience. Moulana Mudassir Alibapu introduced Moulana Mohammed Hussain and provided a brief description of his achievements. He also iterated few other personalities such as Moulana Abdul Baari of Bhatkal Jamia Islamia and Mouland Abdul Samad, Qazi of Murdeshwar jamaath.
The anchor Janab Abdul Ghani Nadvi added please to the program by his melodious urdu poems, a sample of which as below:
Azaayen jin ki oonche ou ooncha wakfh hota hai
Zamane mein unheen kaa imtihaan bhee sakht hota hai
Iraade jinkaa pukhta aur nazar jinka khuda par ho
Talaatul khair moujon pe aur khudaaya hal karta hai
Later, the microphone was handed over to Janab Hagalwadi Nasrulla, who was the childhood companion of Moulana Mohammed Hussain narrated few of the childhood stories. He said Moulana was the only child who wore the white cap and he had the dedication to Islamic studies at that young age. He chose Islamic teaching as his profession through which thousands of children are now educated with Islamic knowledge. He prayed to almighty Allah to continue his noble service for many more years.
Janab Ataurrahman Gouda, President of Murdeshwar jamatul Muslimeen UAE appreciated Moulana’s service to the society for more than three decades. Moulana Mohammed Hussain not only provided education, but also taken initiative in solving the problems faced by the society in Murdeshwar. Today, we have lots of technical gadgets, which is easily accessible to young generation. These gadgets could be used for good as well as wrong purposes. He requested Moulana Mohammed Hussain to provide a remedy to the effects of wrong usage of technical gadgets used by young generation. Today, young people are wasting more time in Internet chatting, mobile messaging and watching unwanted TV programs. What should be the responsibility of the parents at this stage? Should any strict action is required? He insisted.
After his speech, the microphone was handed over to Moulana Mohammed Hussain, who mesmerised the audience with his wisdom for about an hour. He appreciated the performance of Jamatul Muslimeen in UAE. We are primarily muslims and we have approved the Holy Quran which was sent by the Almightly Allah through his Messenger Mohammed (SAWS). We must induce the words -Allah Hu Akbar- in the ears of the newborn child. We must teach him the teachings of the Holy Quran as the final destiny. Otherwise the child who will see latest technological developments of his time as granted. But it is our duty to teach the holy Quran and confirm that things explained in the Holy Quran is applicable for all times. All humans have a limited life on this earth, but life after the death in the heaven is much beautiful beyond our imagination. To confirm a place in this beautiful world we must follow the compulsory restraints such as five times prayer, roza etc. If we hit a clod with a hard stone, the clod will break and not the stone. If we hit the stone with a metal, the stone will break. The metal will melt if placed in the fire. The fire will cease by sprinkling water. The water shall evaporate by the wind which, we cannot see but feel its presence. We must believe in the Holy Quran and Almighty Allah which gives us the energy required to survive in this world. We shall leave a footmark on the stone and shining on the metal if we constantly walk on it. We shall see lots of new technical gadgets. But all these shall have four basic elements - soil, fire, wind and water. Our bodies are also formed by these four elements. Allah has sent a soul in our bodies which we cannot see. The body turns to soil once the soul leaves it. But the soul is connected to Allah through the Holy Quran. By understanding the Quran we can live a better and happy life as we come nearer to Allah.
He later remembered the initiatives taken by late Manna Mohammed Ghouse in Murdeshwar. It is now the duty of young people to continue his works and complete his dreams.
It is the duty of every muslim to understand the teachings of the Holy Quran and implement in daily life. This is not an impossible task. Today most of the people living in UAE have better education and earning well. You must spend your earning which is accepted by Allah and share with the people of the society for noble causes.
After the speech, he provided answers to the questions asked by the members. Janab Pangal Abid asked whether it is allowed for Muslims to live in the house brought by the ‘bhogya’ system (or mortgage). To this question he explained, the owner of the house shall invest in loans and earns the interest on it. This interest he shall consider as the rent. Even though you are not giving any interest, the amount is considered as haram for muslims. Thus it is better to pay agreed rent instead of mortgatge. Another question was about the credit card if it is acceptable. He answered that having a credit card will lead to purchasing unwanted things and the expenditure beyond ones capacity. Later the user is dragged into the interest. Thus it is better not to use the credit card.
After the question answer session, Moulanda Mohammed Hussain was felicitated with a gift from Murdeshwar Jamatul Muslimeen UAE.
The program concluded with vote of thanks by Janab Jidda Abdul Rahman
Stills: Abdul Sawood M.H., Dubai.