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A Message for All Muslim Youth: Stop Violence

Mawlana Shaykh Hisham Kabbani

10 July 2010 London, UK

Minhaj al-Quran Youth Event

Alhamdulillahi Rabbi 'l-`Alameen was salaatu was salaamu `ala ashrafil khalqihi Sayyidina Muhammadan wa `ala aalihi wa sahbihi ajma`een.

I would like to thank Shaykh ul-Islam, Shaykh Muhammad Tahir al-Qadiri, who gave us this opportunity to speak in one of his mosques in London. It is not strange for Shaykh al-Islam Muhammad Tahir al-Qadiri to give that because he is someone to whom Allah (swt) has given from heavenly knowledge. And people who carry heavenly knowledge carry a lot of generosity and their hearts are big. They don't listen to what people say. They give from what Allah gives: He (swt) didn't ask, so he doesn't ask. Allah gives, He doesn't look at our `amal to give, but Allah gives as a grant, because our `amal is not enough alone to be given something. So these awliyaullah give without asking because Allah (swt) gives them, so they give. What they will do with it? They are not going to keep it to themselves. Allah (swt) gave to Prophet (s), and he gave. So we thank all those who are working and helping, mureeds of Shaykh Muhammad Tahir al-Qadiri, Shaykh ul-Islam, for this opportunity he gave us.

Yes, I just arrived from Cyprus, where I was visiting with Mawlana Shaykh Nazim, may Allah give him long life and give you long life. It is not an easy task to sit with a wali. It is not a simple way, to sit with important people. If you sit with a president, you are invited to see the president or prime minister or whomever; you dress the best and you try to be perfect in every movement, because you don't want that president or prime minister or minister to say, "Oh, he did not give me enough respect!" If that is with a president or a prime minister or a minister, how do you think the Sahaabah (r) were with Prophet (s), how they were in complete discipline in front of Sayyidina Muhammad (s)?

It is not an easy task because it is like a jeweler's scale or a computer scale that can detect and measure the smallest weight. The heart of Prophet (s) can detect every movement in this universe; don't underestimate this. We are still in Rajab; it might be the last day or near, so we are in that time that Allah (swt) raised the Prophet (s), where He said:

سُبْحَانَ الَّذِي أَسْرَى بِعَبْدِهِ لَيْلاً مِّنَ الْمَسْجِدِ الْحَرَامِ إِلَى الْمَسْجِدِ الأَقْصَى الَّذِي بَارَكْنَا حَوْلَهُ لِنُرِيَهُ مِنْ آيَاتِنَا إِنَّهُ هُوَ السَّمِيعُ البَصِيرُ

Subhaana 'Lladhee asraa bi `abdihi laylan min al-Masjid al-Haraam ila 'l-Masjidi 'l-Aqsa 'Lladhee baaraknaa hawlahu li-nuriyahu min ayaatina innahu Huwa as-Samee`u 'l-Baseer.

Glory be to He who transported His servant by night from the Inviolable House of Worship (at Mecca) to the Remote House of Worship (at Jerusalem), the environs of which We had blessed so that We might show him some of Our symbols, for verily He alone is All-Hearing, All-Seeing. (17:1)

`Israa is in dunya, `Israa is on Earth; Mi`raj is moving to Heavens. First he was moving. He took His servant. Bi `abdihi means His only real servant who can be considered to have reached the level of servanthood to Allah (swt). No one can reach the level of servanthood except Sayyidina Muhammad (s). All the rest, even awliyaaullah, are trying to perfect their servanthood, but perfection is exclusively for Sayyidina Muhammad (s)! Bi `abdihi laylan! Why at night? Is there a night and a day for Allah (swt)? But He mentioned, bi `abdihi laylan min al-Masjid al-Haraam ila 'l-Masjid al-Aqsaa. It means, He moved Sayyidina Muhammad (s) laylan, from the darkness of this planet, min al-Masjid al-Haraam, from the masjid where no sin can be committed, min al-Masjid al-Haraam ila 'l-Masjid al-Aqsaa.Masjid al-Aqsaa is what? The masjid in the far end. Where is the far end? Today we say that Masjid al-Aqsa is a masjid in bayt al-maqdis, but in reality Allah (swt) opened the heart of Prophet (s) and prepared it to be ready. He said Masjid al-Aqsa in the interpretational meaning, not the literal meaning, that He sent him to the far end where he can reach this dunya. Where dunya ends, that is the Masjid al-Aqsa that Allah (swt) sent him to and from there he began his mi`raj.

O Muslims! We have to be very careful with what Allah (swt) gave awliyaaullah, as Sahaabah (r) were very careful with Prophet (s) when they were sitting. They were focusing only on Prophet, they were not focusing on themselves. That's why you see all Sahaabah (r), as Prophet mentioned:

As-haabee ka 'n-nujoom bi ayyihim iqtadaytum ihtadaytum.

My Companions are like stars (on a dark night); whichever of them you follow, you will be guided.

Allah (swt) gave awliyaaullah that secret. That wali dressed from the secret of Sayyidina Muhammad (s) can guide his people toward Siraat al-Mustaqeem. And that's why there is not only one wali, there are many awliyaaullah. We learned and understood that there are 124,000 awliyaa, on the number of 124,000 nabi. Every wali is taking from a nabi. And this is in the tafseer of Surat al-A`raf, where Ibn Abbas (r) mentioned that when Sayyidina Musa (a) said in Qur'an al-Kareem:

قَالَ رَبِّ أَرِنِي أَنظُرْ إِلَيْكَ

Qaala Rabbi arinee andhur ilayk

He said, "O my Lord! Show me (that) I may look at You." (Surah al-A'raf 7:143)

"O Allah, let me see You!" Sayyidina Musa (a) is asking to see Allah (swt). When you cross the limit you are in danger. Allah (swt) doesn't say, "This is a prophet," and, "This is not prophet." Everyone is under a test. So because Sayyidina Musa (a) was feeling he was speaking with Allah (swt) directly, with no Jibra`eel (a), no intermediary, he said, "Yaa Rabbee! Let me see You!"

And Allah said, lan taraanee, "You cannot see Me, yaa Musa!"

Musa (a) insisted, "Yaa Rabbee, I want to see You!"

"If you want to see Me, look at the mountain."

قَالَ لَن تَرَانِي وَلَـكِنِ انظُرْ إِلَى الْجَبَلِ فَإِنِ اسْتَقَرَّ مَكَانَهُ فَسَوْفَ تَرَانِي

Qaala lan taraanee, wa laakin inthur ila 'l-jabali. Fa ini 'staqarra makaanahu fasawfa taraanee.

He said, "Never can you see Me, but look at the mountain. If it stands still in its place, then thou wilt see Me. (Surat al-A'raf 7:143)

What has the mountain to do with seeing Allah?

فَلَمَّا تَجَلَّى رَبُّهُ لِلْجَبَلِ جَعَلَهُ دَكًّا وَخَرَّ موسَى صَعِقًا

Falammaa tajallaa Rabbuhu li 'l-jabali ja`alahu dakkan wa kharra Musa saa'iqaan.

But when His Lord revealed His Glory to the mountain, he made it crumble to dust and Musa fell down. (Surat al-A'raf 7:143)

When Allah (swt) manifested Himself on the side of the mountain, the mountain shattered and Musa (a) fainted. Allah (swt) was telling him, "Yaa Musa, don't look at that mountain; look at the mountain you are bringing with you. I don't want you to bring anything with you to Me. You have to come, ajarrayt an kuni shay an-nafsak. 'If you want to come to Allah (swt), leave your ego behind.'"

Sayyidina Muhammad (s) did not say, "Yaa Rabbee, let me see You," because he was completely submitting until Allah Almighty invited him. Sayyidina Musa (a) said, "I want to see You," and from Allah's Manifestation on the mountain, he fainted. That means Allah (swt) shattered Sayyidina Musa's self and made it as if it was not there anymore. When someone's ego disappears, what does he do? He doesn't see except `uboodiyya; he says, "Yaa Allah, I am worshipping You!" So he fainted and went into sajdah. 'Ibn Abbas said, "When he raised his head he saw 124,000 prophets standing and the imaam for them was Sayyidina Muhammad (s)." When you ask and when you are proud and arrogant, Allah (swt) gives you tests. So what did Allah (swt) do? He sent him to Khidr (a), "You are nabi ul-mursal, and Khidr is not nabiyyun mursal. You are from oolu 'l-`azam, from the five big prophets; Khidr is not from the five big prophets." But Allah (swt) said to him, "Yaa Musa, go there and get some knowledge. See by yourself what I gave you and what I gave others." And that's why when he came to Sayyidina Khidr (a) he saw, "One servant of Our servants." He saw one of them!

فَوَجَدَا عَبْدًا مِّنْ عِبَادِنَا آتَيْنَاهُ رَحْمَةً مِنْ عِندِنَا وَعَلَّمْنَاهُ مِن لَّدُنَّا عِلْمًا

Fawajadaa `abdan min `ibaadinaa aataynaahu rahmatan min `indinaa wa `alamnaahu min ladunna rahmah.

Then they found a servant from Our servants, unto whom We had given mercy from Us, and had taught him knowledge from Our presence. (Surat al-Kahf, 18:65)

And what did Sayyidina Khidr (a) say to him?

قَالَ إِنَّكَ لَن تَسْتَطِيعَ مَعِيَ صَبْرًا

Qaala innaka lan tastati`a ma`iya sabran

He said, "Indeed, you will never be able to have patience with me." (Surat 'l-Kahf, 18:72)

Sayyidina Khidr (a) said, "You cannot continue with me. My way is different from your way. Both of us go to Allah (swt), but my way is different and you cannot understand it. You have a way to deliver Shari`ah to people; go and give it to them. My way is being reflected to me in order to bring people to the understanding of their realities that we cannot see."

People, especially young people today, have issues they are not aware of, which they follow and fall into problems. O students of Minhaj al-Qur'an! O youth of Minhaj al-Qur'an, students of Shaykh ul-Islam Shaykh Muhammad Tahir al-Qadri! O students of Mawlana Shaykh Nazim al-Haqqani! O students of any shaykh! Be careful! Be careful of giving your ear where they give you something that is not real Islam. They will poison your mind and your mentality, and will give you violent ideas, and hatred of others! Allah (swt) created Muslims and non-Muslims. You have no right on them, so leave them alone! Look at your ego, at yourself. Fix yourself! Don't come and fix others. You are not yet at the level of a wali to fix others! When you become a wali, yes, you can fix others. But look at yourself, and look from where you take your knowledge! There is no way Islam or Prophet (s) ever wanted violent people, or violent Sahaabah (r). He was against it!

انما بعثت لأتمم مكارم الأخلاق

Innamaa bu`ithu li-utammimu makaarim al-akhlaaq.

I have been sent to perfect the character of people. (Malik, Mu'watta 47.1.8)

He didn't say, "I have been sent to perfect the violence of people." He didn't say, "I have been sent to perfect the extremism in people," but he said, "I have been sent to perfect the characters and the behaviors of people toward each other," and especially Muslims!

إِنَّكَ لَا تَهْدِي مَنْ أَحْبَبْتَ وَلَكِنَّ اللَّهَ يَهْدِي مَن يَشَاء وَهُوَ أَعْلَمُ بِالْمُهْتَدِينَ

Innaka laa tahdee man ahbabta wa laakinna Allaha yahdee man yasha’u wa huwa a`lamu bil-muhtadeen.

It is true you will not be able to guide every one whom you love, but Allah guides those whom He wills and He knows best those who receive guidance. (28:56)

Allah (swt) said to Prophet (s), and he is the Seal of Messengers, the Perfect One, the Chosen One!

وَلَسَوْفَ يُعْطِيكَ رَبُّكَ فَتَرْضَى

Wala sawfa yu`teeka Rabbuka fatardaa.

And soon will your Guardian-Lord give you that with which you shall be well pleased. (Surat adh-Dhuha, 93:5)

"Allah (swt) will keep giving you until you say, 'Yaa Rabbee, I am satisfied.'" Correct? Do you think that Prophet (s) is going to say, "I am satisfied." He will never say it, because Allah (swt) will keep giving! Wala sawfa yu`teeka rabbuka fatardaa, "I will give you, yaa Muhammad, as much as you like, until you say, 'It is enough.'" Prophet (s) will not say, "Enough," and Allah (swt) will continue to give to the ummah.

So Prophet (s) came to perfect our behaviors and characters. I am especially speaking to the youth, as this is a youth event. Try not to fight with each other, try to be brothers and sisters in Islam. Don't argue! Sayyidina Imam Shafi`i (r) said, "If a hundred `ulama come to me, I will win on them. If one jaahil, ignorant one, comes to me, he will win on me." And that is Imam Shafi`i! Because whatever you advise an ignorant person, he is ignorant, so leave him.

O Muslims! Everyone has to look at himself, not to look at the others. Fix yourself. Learn from the discipline of Prophet (s) and how he taught his Sahaabah (r).

أن تعبد الله كأنك تراه، فإن لم تكن تراه فإنه يراك

An ta`bud Allah ka'anaka tarahu, fa in lam takun tarah fa innahu yaraak.

That you worship Allah as if you see Him, for if you don't see Him, then truly He sees you. (Bukhari)

Prophet (s) wants his ummah to reach that level. O Muslims! If someone reaches that level, he can see what people cannot see, he can hear what people cannot hear, he can speak what people cannot speak, he can feel what people cannot feel, and he can walk places that people cannot walk.

I know a shaykh in Japan who is Turkish. I went to Japan with Mawlana Shaykh Nazim (q) and I saw that shaykh. I knew him a long time ago, Shaykh Ni`matullah. He was carrying hundreds of business cards in his pocket, and he would go to the train stations or in the malls. You know how old he is? He is now around 85, but I knew him a long time ago. What does he do? One thing. He has a business card or a card, and on it is written his name, the name of the organization and it is written, la ilaaha illa-Llah Muhammadun Rasoolullah in Arabic, in English and in Japanese. And he gives it to people, saying, "Read." I looked and said, "What is he doing?" And Mawlana answered me, "Hisham, you don't know that if someone brings the shahadah on a person's mouth, even once in his lifetime, that Allah (swt) will guide him, someone who is not a Muslim and says, la ilaaha illa-Llah Muhammadun Rasoolullah or ash-hadu an laa ilaaha illa-Llah, wa ash-hadu anna Muhammadan `abduhu wa rasooluh? He is making people to read it. Now the judgment is Allah's (swt) Judgment, it is not any other one's judgment. But he is making people to read that. Since he was young he was doing this, and you know how many came to Islam through him? Thousands have come, through that paper.

Because people will open their eyes and their ears. When they read, Allah (swt) sends light. There is light in one letter of Holy Qur'an; it is radiant. When we say, laa ilaaha illa-Llah Muhammadun Rasoolullah, it is a shining word that Allah (swt) will guide people with! This is our duty, to say to people, "Yaa akhee, say, 'laa ilaaha illa-Llah Muhammadun Rasoolullah'," especially when two Muslim people are angry with each other and they fight.

O Muslims! We are not going to enter into the details of tasawwuf, but we are speaking on the level of the youth. O Muslims! The the trunk and the root of the tree of bad behavior is anger. Take your anger away, and Allah (swt) will open for you the knowledge of your heart!

There was a wrestler with big muscles, in Grandshaykh's (q) time, like a 100 years ago, and this was one of the senior students and followers of our Grandshaykh (q). And Grandshaykh (q) was doing seclusion up on the hill by order of his shaykh, and this is a true story. A wrestler came to the shaykh and said, "O Shaykh!" (Mawlana Shaykh yells very gruffly when he says this.) They speak like that. (Mawlana Shaykh tilts his turban on his head) This like that. "O Shaykh! I want tariqah!" Can the shaykh said, "I won't give him tariqah," because he had a dagger, like a machine gun on his side! This was in Daghestan and he wanted tariqah, and he was a wrestler. What is good in wrestlers, in strong people, in people who are real men, is they don't break their promise if they promise you something; they have this good characteristic. I don't like to say "gangsters" but if gangsters say one word to you, they keep it, but if we say words to people we don't keep them. He said, "Shaykh, I want tariqah." Shaykh was looking at the daggers here and a gun here Don't underestimate the power of shuyookh. At that moment, a signal came to his heart from the Prophet (s), "This man is a pure one. His heart is pure. Show him tariqah."

People are asking, "What is tariqah? What is Sufism?" Sufism is so simple! Islam is Shari`ah, the constitution of Muslims. The implementation of the Shari`ah needs a way that you follow, and that's why tariqah came. The word "tariqah" comes from "tariq".

وَأَلَّوِ اسْتَقَامُوا عَلَى الطَّرِيقَةِ لَأَسْقَيْنَاهُم مَّاء غَدَقًا

Wa law istaqaamoo `ala at-tareeqati la-asqaynaahum man ghadaqah.

If they had stood forth on the Way, they would have been showered with water, rain. (Surat al-Jinn 72:16)

Allah (swt) said, "If they keep on the Way." He didn't say on the tariq, wa law istaqaamoo 'ala at-tariq. He didn't say, "If they kept on the street." Tariqah means the way you implement something, and that's why the name tariqah came. So tariqah is the implementation of Shari`ah, which is:

Innamaa bu`ithu li-utammimu makaarim al-akhlaaq.

I have been sent to perfect the behavior and manners of people. (Malik, Mu'watta 47.1.8)

So that tariqah shows you the way your shaykh wants you to follow, to achieve the implementation of Shari`ah. So what is the implementation of Shari`ah? The first thing is to take anger away. So do you get anger from that wrestler, that big muscle man? He said to him, "Yaa waladee, I will give you tariqah, but sleep here tonight. Tomorrow you will go down to the city, to the square, and you will find someone." Not anymore today, because today people are becoming arrogant and proud. "You will find someone carrying intestines of lambs and goats on his shoulders." You know intestines? They stuff it and they make things from it, they clean it. Many people don't eat it today, they throw it away. "You will see that one carrying that, go from behind him and with your hand that weighs ten kilos," because he had big hands, he was a wrestler, "Beat him up on his neck and come tell me what happens."

The wrestler looked at the shaykh and said, "O my shaykh! This is nice. Is this tariqah? I will beat everyone!"

He said, "No problem. Go first, do that, and then come back to me."

So he went where the shaykh sent him and he found that person carrying intestines. He took his hand and slammed him on his neck, very fast and strong. The man fell down and looked at him angrily, but he held his anger. He was very serious and he wanted to hit him back, but something was holding him. The wrestler didn't like that because he wanted to beat him up and they wanted to fight. He saw he was angry but he was not coming and fighting, so he left him and went to the shaykh.

Grandshaykh (q) said, "What happened?"

"My shaykh! I beat him up and he got angry with me."

"Sleep here tonight and tomorrow I'll send you somewhere else." The next day he said, "Go to the same place and you will see another person wearing those clothes, carrying the intestines of lambs and goats and selling them in the market. Go and beat him up also."

He said, "O my shaykh! I beat up the first one, and now I have to beat the second one? That's nicer! I have to join tariqah everyday!"

He went there and found the person and slapped him on his back. The man looked at him, laughing. The wrestler got upset.,"Why is he laughing? I beat him up. He must be angry like the first one, but this one is laughing!" He left him and went back. He came to the shaykh and told him.

He said, "OK, you sleep here tonight, tomorrow I'll give you another job." The third day he said, "Go to the farmland today. You will find an old man in this farmland plowing the field. Take this stick and beat him up until it breaks. Don't come to me without breaking that stick on his back."

Don't think tariqah is easy. Tariqah is the implementation of Shari`ah, which means you cannot divert from Shari`ah on your way of tariqah. We have to be very careful. People today think tasawwuf is outside Shari`ah, no! Tasawwuf is the implementation of Shari`ah in everything, especially for the youth.

So he went and took the stick, but he felt bad now. How was he going to beat that old man 75 years of age, plowing the field? He saw that old man sweating and running after his cow and plowing the field. But the order of the shaykh was, "Beat him up." So he took the stick and beat him on the back. The man didn't look angry, nor was he laughing, but he pushed on the plow harder for the cow to go faster. He beat him another time, and the old man beat on the plow, going faster. He beat him a third time and the stick broke.

The old man stopped and came running and kissed his hand saying, "O my brother, forgive me. I know I made a mistake and you came here to make me repent. Please! I hurt your hand because you were beating me with the stick. Your hand will have pain also. Don't be against me on the Day of Judgment in front of Allah (swt)!" Because when he was beating, sometimes you feel pain in the hand. He said to him, "I ask your forgiveness."

He beat him and he asked for forgiveness! He was so surprised, he went to the shaykh and said, "O my shaykh, this is what happened."

He said, "Yaa waladee! The first one was still a beginner in the tariqah; there was still anger in him. He looked at you, angry. It means he was telling you, 'I know that your shaykh sent you to me. He is my shaykh also,' but he was angry. The second one was laughing, looking at you, saying, 'O my shaykh! I know you sent him, but I'm not going to get angry.' And the third one is a true mureed, a true follower, a true student."

The student must not get angry. Youth, you must not get angry; anger will destroy everyone and destroy everything. Prophet (s) taught his Sahaabah (r) not to get angry.

O Muslims! May Allah (swt) keep us on the way of Islam and keep us on the Siraat al-Mustaqeem and keep us on the way that He likes for us, because we cannot keep our Lord's Way by ourselves.

لاَ يُكَلِّفُ اللّهُ نَفْسًا إِلاَّ وُسْعَهَا

Laa yukallifullahu nafsan illa wu`sahaa.

Allah does not burden any human being with more than he is well able to bear. (Surat al-Baqarah, 2:285)

Allah (swt) will not burden you with more than you can take. Allah knows that everyone can do five prayers, so Allah gave us five prayers a day. Allah knows that we can fast Ramadan 30 days, so Allah (swt) gave us to fast 30 days. Allah knows that we have to give sadaqah for our benefit, so Allah (swt) makes us give sadaqah. And Hajj is the same. Laa yukallifullahu nafsan illa wu`sahaa. So this is what we can take. But others, other than Muslims, cannot take it, so leave them alone. It's not your business, especially in this time of problems, and all kinds of difficulties and misunderstandings. So keep to yourself, as Prophet (s) said:

Satakoon fitanun kaqita` al-layli muzhlim.

From the Signs of the Last Days, there is going to be fitna, confusion, like chunks of dark night you will see in the sky.

You are going to see like that today as the Signs of the Last Day. Today where is a place that is peaceful? There is nothing. They were saying that before they were doing jihaad against non-Muslims. That is a lie! They didn't do jihaad against non-Muslims. It's only a banner, a slogan, to hide their hatred for Ahlu’l-Sunnah wa’l-Jama`ah. Who are they killing today? They are killing Ahlu’l-Sunnah wa’l-Jama`ah wherever they are. I'm traveling and seeing. All around the world, wherever there is an imaam or shaykh or `alim, they try to kill him in any way. In Pakistan, in India, in Indonesia, in Thailand, in Iraq, in Palestine, in Somalia, in Sudan, wherever there are Ahlu’l-Sunnah wa’l-Jama`ah and the relics of Ahlu’l-Sunnah wa’l-Jama`ah, they are killing them! And where Sufi awliyaa are buried, they are destroying their graves!

They destroyed 592 mosques in Somalia because inside and outside the mosques awliyaaullah were buried! 592 last year! No one knows these things. And who is dying? Muslims. Even non-Muslims, we have no right to touch them and that's why we applaud and we are so happy with the fatwa that Shaykh ul-Islam Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri has put, because at least there is something there; it is a fatwa that people can come back to and see that someone stood up and spoke. But we have to stand up, and our standing up is our unity. Let Ahlu’l-Sunnah wa’l-Jama`ah unite and let them be together so Allah (swt) will be happy with them!

And one thing I want to say is we must not forget that Ahlu’l-Sunnah wa’l-Jama`ah are the lovers of Ahlu 'l-Bayt! (Someone in the crowd shouts "Naraay Takbeer!") Most Pakistanis, with my respect to Pakistanis and Indians, when they say, "Naaray Takbeer!" What do they say? They say, "Allahu Akbar!" When they say, "Naraay Risaalah!" They say, "Yaa Rasoolullah (s)!" What do they say after? Why do they say, "Naraay Haydree." Because they love Ahlu 'l-Bayt. But I say to them, they have to say, "Naraay Sayyidina Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (r)! Naraay Sayyidina `Uthmaan (r)! Naraay Sayyidina `Umar al-Farooq (r)!" We do not accept; that is the problem. We only have a problem, and we do not accept anyone to say anything against Sayyidina Abu Bakr (r) and Sayyidina `Umar (r). But we applaud anyone and we are happy with anyone who loves Ahlu 'l-Bayt and respects Ahlu 'l-Bayt from any madhaab, from any background. And we are lovers of Ahlu 'l-Bayt and we are from Ahlu 'l-Bayt. And that's why whatever statement, without the respect for Ahlu 'l-Bayt, it is not naaqisah, complete. It's incomplete.

Ahlu 'l-Bayt area the 12 imams are on our heads; they are descendants of Prophet (s). No one can argue about that and no one can dare to speak any word because the blood of Prophet (s) is in them. You don't know that one drop of blood of Prophet (s) will be barakah for the whole community? And many Pakistanis are Sayyid, many Indians are Sayyid, many Iranians are Sayyid, many Middle Easterners are Sayyid, many North Africans are Sayyid, and South Africans. Even now in Europe and in North America there are a lot of Sayyids. And the barakah comes with Sayyids. We support anyone who speaks very good and strong toward the love of Ahlu 'l-Bayt.

May Allah forgive us, may Allah bless you and support you.

As-salaamu `alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.