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The Chronology Of Prophet Muhammad (SW) February 5, 2012

Chronology of Events in the Life of Muhammad (P.B.U.H)

The Messenger of Allah – may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him – said: “I have been sent close to the Hour, with the sword, so that none has the right to be worshipped except Almighty God alone, without any partner. My sustenance is beneath the shade of my spear. And humiliation and ignominy is for whosoever opposes my command. And whosoever resembles a people is from them.”

Brief Description of the Event Approximate Date
Age of the Holy Prophet according
to Lunar Calendar
Approximate Gregorian and Hijra dates BH=Before Hijra, AH=After Hijra
The Holy Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, peace be upon him, born an orphan His father Abdullah, may Allah be pleased with him, had died a few months before the birth of his son. 0 years 9 or 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal 52 or 53 BH April 570 or 571 AD
Hadrat Halima Sadiyya, may Allah be pleased with her, appointed wet nurse. 8 days
Return to Mecca under the care of his mother 6 Years 46 BH 577 AD
Mother, Hadrat Amina, may Allah be pleased with her, passes away 6 Years 46 BH 577 AD
Grandfather, Hadrat Abdul-Muttalib, may Allah be pleased with him, died 8 Years 44 BH 579 AD
First visit to Syria with a trading caravan 12 years 40 BH, 583 AD 12 Years 40 BH 583 AD
Pledge of Fudul to help the needy and the oppressed 15 Years 37 BH 586 AD
Second journey to Syria for trade as an agent of Hadrat Khadija, may Allah be pleased with her 25 Years 28 BH 595 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Khadija, may Allah be pleased with her 25 Years 28 BH 595 AD
Birth of a son, Hadrat Qasim (may Allah be pleased with him) 28 Years 25 BH 598 AD
Birth of his daughter, Hadrat Zainab, may Allah be pleased with her 30 Years 23 BH 600 AD
Birth of his daughter, Hadrat Ruqayya, may Allah be pleased with her 33 Years 20 BH 603 AD
Birth of his daughter, Hadrat Um-e-Kalthum, may Allah be pleased with her 34 years 19 BH 604 AD
Renovation of Ka’aba and the placement of Hajr-e-Aswad (Black Stone) 35 years 18 BH 605 AD
Birth of his daughter, Hadrat Fatima, may Allah be pleased with her 35 years 18 BH605 AD
Hadrat Jibrail bought the First Revelation in the Cave of Hira 40 Year 12 BH 610 AD
Revelation of the Holy Quran continues, Ministry of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is established. Hadrat Khadija (the wife), Hadrat Abu Bakr (the best friend), Hadrat Ali (the dearest cousin) and

Hadrat Zaid (a freed slave and adopted son), may Allah be pleased with

them all, accept Islam

40 Years 6 months Friday 18 Ramadan 12 BH 14 August 610 AD
Open invitation to the people of Mecca to join Islam under Allah’s command 43 Years 9 BH 614 AD
A group of Muslims emigrates to Abyssinia 46 Years 7 BH 615 AD
Blockade of Shi’b Abi-Talib 46 Years 7 BH 30 September 615 AD
Hadrat Hamza (paternal uncle) and Hadrat Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, accept Islam 46 Years 6 BH 616 AD
Hadrat Abu Talib, (beloved uncle and guardian) and only a few days later, Hadrat Khadija, the most beloved wife, may Allah be pleased with them, passed away 49 Years Ramadan 3 BH January 619 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Sau’da, may Allah be pleased with her 49 Years 3 BH 619 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Aisha, may Allah be pleased with her 49 Years 3 BH 619 AD
Journey to Ta’if, about 40 miles from Mecca, for calling the citizens of Ta’if to Islam 49 Years 3 BH 619 AD
Journey of Mi’raj. Five daily prayers made obligatory for Muslims 50 Years 27 Rajab 2 BH 8 March 620 AD
Deputation from Medina accepts Islam 50 Years 2 BH 620 AD
First Pledge of ‘Aq’ba’ 52 Years Dhul Haj, 1 BH 621 AD
Second Pledge of ‘Aq’ba 52 Years 3 months BH June 622 AD
Hijra (migration) from Mecca to the cave of Thaur 52 Years Friday 27 Safar 10 September 622
Emigration to Medina begins 52 Years Monday 1 Rabi-ul-Awwal 13 September 622 AD
Arrival at Medina after the first Friday Prayer at Quba’s Mosque 53 Years 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal 1st year AH 24 September 622 AD
Construction of the Holy Prophet’s Mosque at Medina. Hadrat Bilal’s call for Prayer (Adhan) 53 Years 1st year AH 622 AD
Brotherhood pacts between Ansar (Muslims from Medina) and Muhajirin (immigrants from Mecca) 53 Years 1st year AH 622 AD
Treaty with Jews of Medina 53 Years 1st year AH 622 AD
Permission to fight in self-defense is granted by Allah 53 Years 12 Safar 2 AH 14 August 623 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Waddan 53 Years 29 Safar 2 AH 31 August 623
Ghazwa (Battle) of Safwan 54 Years 2 AH 623 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) Dul-‘Ashir 54 Years 2 AH 623 AD
Hadrat Salman Farsi, may Allah be pleased with him, accepts Islam 54 Years 2 AH 624 AD
Revelation and change of Qibla (direction to face for Formal Prayers, Salat) towards Ka’ba Fasting in the month of Ramadan becomes obligatory 54 Years Sha’abn 2 AH February 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Badr 54 Years 12-17 Ramadan 2 AH March 8-13, 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bani Salim 54 Years 25 Ramadan 2 AH 21 March 524 AD
Initiation of Eid-ul-Fitr and Zakat-ul-Fitr (Alms at the Eid-ul-Fitr). 54 Years 28 Ramadan / 1 Shawwal 2 AH 24/25 March 624 AD
Zakat becomes obligatory for Muslims 54 Years Shawwal 2 AH April 624 AD
Nikah and Marriage ceremony of Hadrat Fatima, may Allah be pleased with her 54 Years Shawwal 2 AH April 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bani Qainuqa 54 Years 15 Shawwal 2 AH 10 April 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Sawiq 54 Years 5 Dhul-Haj 2 AH 29 May 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Ghatfan 54 Years Muharram 3 AH July 624 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bahran 55 Years Rabi-us-Sani 3 AH October 624 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Hafsa, may Allah be pleased with her 55 Years Shaban 3 AH January 625 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Uhad 55 Years 6 Shawwal 3 AH 22 March 625
Ghazwa (Battle) of Humra-ul-Asad 55 Years 8 Shawwal 3 AH 24 March 625 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Zainab Bint Khazima, may Allah be pleased with her 55 Years Dhul-Haj 3 AH May 625 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Banu Nudair 56 Years Rabi-ul-Awwal 4 AH August 625 AD
Prohibition of Drinking in Islam 56 Years Rabi-ul-Awwal 4 AH August 625 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Dhatur-Riqa 56 Years Jamadi-ul-Awwal 4 AH October 625 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Um-e-Salma, may Allah be pleased with her 56 Years Shawwal 4 AH March 626 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Badru-Ukhra 56 Years Dhul Qad 4 AH April 626
Ghazwa (Battle) of Dumatul-Jandal 57 Years 25 Rabi-ul-Awwal 5 AH
Ghazwa (Battle) of Banu Mustalaq Nikah with Hadrat Jawariya bint Harith, may Allah be pleased with her 57 Years 3 Shaban 5 AH 28 December 626 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Zainab bint Hajash, may Allah be pleased with her 57 Years Shawwal 5 AH February 627 AD
Revelation for Hijab, rules of modesty 57 Years 1 Dhi Qa’d 5 AH 24 March 627 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Ahzab or Khandaq (Ditch) 57 Years 8 Dhi Qa’d 5 AH 31 March 627 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bani Quraiza 57 Years Dhul-Haj 5 AH April 627 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Bani Lahyan 57 Years 1 Rabi-ul-Awwal 6 AH 21 July 627 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Dhi Qard or Ghaiba 58 Years Rabi-ul-Akhar 6 AH August 627 AD
Treaty of Hudaibiyya 58 Years 1 Dhi Qa’d 6 AH 13 March 628 AD
Prohibition of Marriage with non-believers 58 Years Dhi Qa’d 6 AH March 628 AD
Marriage with Hadrat Habiba, may Allah be pleased with her 58 Years Dhul-Haj 6 AH April 628 AD
Invitation sent to various rulers to accept Islam 58 Years 1 Muharram 7AH May 628 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Khaibar Return of Muslims from Abyssinia. Marriage with Hadrat Safiyya, may Allah be pleased with her. Ghazwa (Battle) of Wadiyul-Qura and Taim. 58 Years Muharram 7 AH June 628 AD
Performance of Umra (Umratul-Qada) Marriage with Hadrat Maimuna, may Allah be pleased with her 59 Years Dhi Qa’d 7 AH March 629 AD
Hadrat Khalid bin Walid and Hadrat Umar bin Al-‘Aas, may Allah be pleased with both, accept Islam 60 Years Safar 8 AH June 629 AD
Ghazwa of Muta 60 Years Jamadi-ul-Awwal 8 AH August 629 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Mecca and Fall of Mecca 60 Years 10 Ramadan 8 AH 1 January 630 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Hunain (or Autas or Hawazan) and Ghazwa (Battle) of Ta’if 60 Years Shawwal 8 AH January 630 AD
Arrival in Ja’rana Deputation from Hawazan accepts Islam 60 Years 5 Dhi Qa’d 8 AH 24 February 630 AD
Regular establishment of Department of Zakat (Alms) and Sadaqa (Charity), and appointment of administrative officers 60 Years Muharram, 9 AH April 630 AD
Deputation from Ghadra accepts Islam 60 Years Safar 9 AH May 630 AD
Deputation from Balli accepts Islam 61 Years Rabi-ul-Awwal, 9 AH June 630 AD
Ummul-Muminin Hadrat Mariya, may Allah be pleased with her, gave birth to a son, Hadrat Ibrahim, may Allah be pleased with him 61 Years Jamadi-ul-Akhar, 9 AH August 630 AD
Ghazwa (Battle) of Tabuk, the last great battle lead by the Holy Prophet, peace be upon him 61 Years Rajab, 9 AH October 630 AD
Ordinance of Jizya, tax on non-believers seeking protection from Muslims and exemption from military service in defense of the country they were living in as its citizens 61 Years Rajab 9 AH October 630 AD
Pilgrimage journey of Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddique, may Allah be pleased with him 61 Years Dhi Qa’d, 9 AH February 631 AD
Hajj (pilgrimage of Ka’ba in Mecca) made Obligatory by Allah Interest is prohibited in Islam 61 Years
Deputation Tai, Hamadan, Bani Asad and Bani Abbas, all accept Islam 61 Years
Deputation from Ghuttan accepts Islam 62 Years Ramadan, 10 AH 631 AD
Departure from Medina for Mecca for Hajjatul-Wida (Farewell Pilgrimage) 62 Years 25 Dhi Qa’d 10 AH 23 February 632 AD
Entry into Mecca for Hajjatul-Wida (Farewell Pilgrimage) 62 Years 4 Dhul-Haj 10 AH 1 March 632 AD
Hajjatul-Wida, departure for ‘Arafat, Farewell Sermon Received the last revelation from Allah 62 Years Friday 9 Dhul Hajj 10 AH 6 March 632 AD
Return from Mana, Hajjatul-Wida 62 Years 13 Dhul-Hajj 10 AH 10 March 632 AD
Arrival of deputations from Nakha’ Last deputation received by the Holy Prophet, peace be upon him 62 Years 15 Muharram 11 AH 11 April 632 AD
Sarya Usama bin Zaid, may Allah be pleased with him, last successful military mission during the Holy Prophet’s life 62 Years 28 Safar 11 AH 24 May 632 AD
The Holy Prophet, peace be upon him, falls ill 62 Years Monday 29 Safar 11 AH 25 May 632 AD
The Holy Prophet, peace be upon him, lead the last Salat four days before his departure from this world 62 Years Wednesday 8 Rabi-ul-Awwal 11 AH 3 June 632 AD
The Holy Prophet, peace be upon him, offered his last Prayer in congregation in the Mosque lead by Hadrat Abu Bakr, may Allah be pleased with him 63 Years Monday 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal 11 AH 7 June 632 AD
The Holy Prophet, peace be upon him, passed away 63 Years Inna lillahe Wa Inna Elaihe Rajioon
Janaza (funeral) Prayer and burial 63 Years Wednesday 14 Rabi-ul-Awwal 11 AH 9 June 632 AD


Also See – The Last Sermon of Prophet Muhammad (SA)


Imran Hosein Pays Tribute To Imam Anwar Al-Awlaki (Rahimahullah) January 12, 2012

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“And there is the type of man who gives his life to earn the pleasure of Allah and Allah is Merciful over his bondmen.” (Quran 2:207)

The Prophet (sallaallaahu `alaihi wa sallam) said:

“The example of my Ummah is like that of rain. It is not known whether the initial part (of the rain) is good or the latter part.”

(Musnaad Ahmad, 3/130, 4/319, and at-Tirmidhee, no.2873)

Ibn Taymiyyah on this Hadeeth:

“..what it means is that among those who come later there will be those who are similar to those who came before, and they will be so close that the one who tries to compare them will not know which is better, even though one of them is in fact better.

This is glad tidings for those who come later, that among them will be those who are close to those who came before them, as it says in another hadeeth: “The best of my ummah are the first and the last, and between them there will be some crookedness. Would that I could see my brethren.” They said, “Are we not your brethren?” He said, “You are my companions.” This shows that precedence was given to the Sahaabah, because they alone are his companions, which is a higher status than merely being brothers.”

[Majmoo’ al-Fataawa, 11/370, 371]


World Muslim Population 2010 Stats by Country December 28, 2011

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This is the 2010 World Muslim Population stats by Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA

It says: “The purpose of this manuscript is to present a reliable estimate of the Muslim population and its percentage in each country throughout the world. This data is summarized to be a reference for other studies and discussions related to Muslim population. The presented data show that Asia has 69% of the world Muslim population while Africa has 27%. In addition, Muslims constitute 24% of the world population, or 1.65 billion people. This is expected to increase by over one percentage point each decade, reaching one out of four by 2020 and one out of three by 2075.”

Muslim Population by Countries: The below list of images indicates the statistics of the Muslim population among various countries.

APGR = Annual Population Growth Rate

1 – 2010 Estimate of the Muslim population in Southeastern Asia region

2 – 2010 Estimate of the Muslim Population in Southwestern Asia region

3 – 2010 Estimate of the Muslim population in Eastern Asia region



The Last Sahabi Who Died – Of Prophet Muhammad (SA) December 17, 2011

The Islamic Empire had stretched to a vast portion of the globe at that time, so in various parts of the empire people would value the remaining Sahaba, and historians have mentioned the last Sahabi in various parts of the empire. Abu Tufail ‘Amr ibn Wathila al-Leethi was the last one to die in Makkah and over-all.

Jannat ul-Baqi


ابو طفيل عمرو ابن واثله الليثى

He saw Allah’s Messenger in the the Last Hajj (Hijjat ul Widaa’).  He was young at that time, and he was asked, how your love for him was at that time. He replied, “Like the love of mother of Musa for Musa”. Abu Tufail ‘Amr ibn Wathila al-Leethi (May Allah be Pleased with him) was amongst Sh’iaan e ‘Ali.

Death: Abu Tufail ‘Amr ibn Wathila al-Leethi (May Allah be Pleased with him) died after 100 Hijri. Historians have mentioned three different narrations for his death: 100 Hijri, 107 Hijri or 110 Hijri. He died in Makkah.  Adh-Dahabi says the correct opinion is that he died in 110th Hijri.

Ibn ‘Asakir quotes a narration in Tareekh Madinah Damishq:

آخر من مات من أصحاب رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم على وجه الأرض عامر أبو الطفيل بن واثلة وكان يقول ما بقي على وجه الأرض أحد يقدر يقول أنه رأى رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم غيري مات بمكة سنة مائة

“The last one to die from the companions (Sahaba) of Allah’s Messenger (Peace be upon him) on the face of the earth is ‘Aamir Abu Tufail bin Wathila and he used to say, ‘No one is left on the face of the earth who can say: I saw Allah’s Messenger, save me’. He died in Makkah in 100 Hijri”

Ibn-Hibban quotes a narration in Ath-Thiqaat :

عامر بن واثلة أبو الطفيل المكى أدرك ثمان سنين من حياة رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم ومات بمكة سنة سبع ومائة وهو آخر من مات من أصحاب رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم بمكة وهو من بنى كنانة

“‘Aamir bin Wathila Abu Tufail al-Makki got 8 years from the life of Allah’s messenger, and he died in Makkah in the year 107th Hijri, and he was the last one from the companions (Sahaba) of Allah’s Messenger to die in Makkah, and he was from Bani Kinanah”


As for other parts, the last sahabi to die in Basrah (part of present day Iraq) was:

انس بن مالك

He is one of the major narrators of hadith. He was ten years old when Allah’s Messenger entered Madinah and he used to serve him. He participated in many Ghazawaat and was a participant of Bai’at ur Ridwan. He remained as Imam of Salah in Basra for about 40 years.

Death: Anas bin Malik (May Allah be pleased with him) died at the age of 103 in 93rd Hijri in Basrah. Some historians mention his dead in 91st Hijri. Adh-Dhabi says the correct opinion is of 93rd Hijri.


The last Sahabi to die in Madinah is:

سهل بن سعد الساعدى

His father was a sahabi, Sa’d bin Malik (May Allah be pleased with him), who died in the times of Allah’s Messenger. He has narrated many ahaadith.

Death: Sahl bin Sa’d as-Saa’dee died in Madinah in 96th Hijri when he was 100 years old. According to Al-Waqidi he died in 91st Hijri. Adh-Dahabi says many have quoted his death in 91st Hijri.

جابر بن عبدالله ابن عمرو بن حرام

Ibn-Sa’d has quoted in his Tabqaat that Jabir bin ‘Abudllah bin ‘Amr bin Haram al-Ansaari (May Allah be pleased with him) was the last to die in Madinah, amongst the Sahaba. He witnessed the Second Ba’iah of ‘Aqabah and he was also present in Ba’iat ur Ridwan. And Adh-Dhahabi says when he died he was the last one to witness Ba’iah of ‘Aqabah. He has narrated many ahaadith. His father was a Sahabi who attained Shahadah in the battle of Uhud. He participated in the battle of Ahzaab and some narrators mention he was from amongst those who witnessed Badr. Al-Waqidi has mentioned a narration from him where he says he participated in sixteen ghazawaat with Allah’s Messenger.

Death: Ibn Sa’d narrates that he died in 77th Hijri and he was 84 years old then, and he was the governor of Madinah at that time. Al-Waqidi mentions his death in 78th Hijri. Adh-Dhahabi says he was 94 years old when he died.


The last Sahabi to die in Ash-Shaam (present day Syria, Jordan, Palestine etc.) was:

عبد الله بن بسر بن أبي بسر المازني

He has narrated very few ahadith and they are found in Sahah e Sitta. He was amongst those who opened the Island of Qabras in times of Uthman (May Allah be pleased with him).

Death: ‘Abudllah bin Basr bin Abi Basr Al-Maazni  (May Allah be pleased with him) died in Hams at the age of 100 in 94th Hijri according to al-Waqidi or 88th Hijri according to ibn ‘Asakir.

أبو أمامة الباهلي

Ibn Abdul Barr has mentioned Abu Umamah al-Bahili (May Allah be pleased with him) to be the last sahabi to die in ash-Shaam. Many scholars have narrated from him. Adh-Dhahabi says it is narrated that he participated in Ba’iah ur Ridwan.

Death: He died in 81st or 86th Hijri, and he was more than 80 years old.


The last Sahabi to die in Kufa (part of present day Iraq) was

عبد الله بن أبي أوفى

Adh-Dahabi says that he was present in Ba’it Ar-Ridwaan. His father was also a Sahabi. He has narrated many Ahadith.

Death: According to al-Waqidi he died in the year 86th Hijri and he was blind at that time. Adh-Dahabi says he died in 88th Hijri and he was near 100 years of age at that time.


The last Sahabi to die in Egypt was

عبد الله بن الحارث بن جزء أبو الحارث الزبيدي

He witnessed the opening of Egypt in times of ‘Umar bin al-Khattab (May Allah be pleased with him) and stayed there till his death.

Death: Narrations mention his death to be in 85th or 86th or 87th Hijri, Adh-Dhahabi says that 86th Hijri is the correct opinion.

Few scholars have narrated that many Sahabi Jinns existed many years later. According to one Syrian Sufi Scholar the last Sahabi died near Euphrates 70 years back from now, and he was a Jinn.

والله اعلم بالصواب

References to the above mentioned dates and names can be found in:

[1] الطبقات الكبرى – ابن سعد

[2] للحافظ الذهبى سير أعلام النبلاء

[3] تاريخ مدينه دمشق – ابن عساكر

[4] البدايه و النهايه – ابن كثير



Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan 5 Album Collection

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Download ECSTASY by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

1. Allah Hu, Allah Hu, Allah Hu
2. Man Kun to Maula
3. Dhan Dhan Bhaag Hamare Sajini
4. Ni Main Jana Jogi de Naal
5. Mera Piya Ghar Aaya


Download Mast Mast by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

1. Mustt Mustt (Lost in His Work)
2. Nothing Without You (Tery Bina)
3. Tracery
4. The Game
5. Taa Deem
6. Sea of Vapours
7. Fault Lines
8. Tana Dery Na
9. Shadow
10. Avenue
11. Mustt Mustt [Massive Attack Remix]


Download Rapture by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

1    Man Atkeia Beparwah de Naal
2    Sab Vird Karo Allah Allah
3    Sanson Ki Mala Peh Simroon Bhajan
4    Tumhen Dil Lagi Bhool Jani Paregee
5    Dam Dam Karo Fareed
6    Ghunghat Chuk O Sajnan Hun Sharman
7    Un Ka Andaz-E-Karam


Download Shahen by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

1. Pal Do Pal Hain Pyaar Ke – Adaab Nusrat Saab
2. Kinna Sona – Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Live
3. Din Mein Sab Socha – Jashn
4. Afreen Afreen – Sangam
5. Dum Mast Kalandar – Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Live
6. Tainu Takda Rawan – Adaah Nusrat Shah
7. Ah Kya Socha – Sangam
8. Mera Piya Ghar Aaya – Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Live


Download Night Song by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (With Michael Brook)

1. My Heart, My Life
2. Intoxicated
3. Lament
4. My Comfort Remains
5. Longing
6. Sweet Pain
7. Night Song
8. Crest


More to come!!


Aziz Mian Mega Collection 12 Albums

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You can download only if Megaupload get up and running! Kim Dotcom is been released and hopefully he will be restoring all the permissions from the FBI.

Most of the albums are ripped at vbr mp3.
Album 1
Aziz Mian – Dhoom – Vol. 17/01 – Lakhoon Ne Dhoom Machayee
Aziz Mian – Dhoom – Vol. 17/02 – Hamare Dil Ko Sangdil Ne
Aziz Mian – Dhoom – Vol. 17/03 – Yaar Jin Ke Kareeb Hotay

Album 2
Aziz Mian – Dil Jala Kar – Vol. 10/01 – Dil Jala Kar
Aziz Mian – Dil Jala Kar – Vol. 10/02 – Tera Har Sitam
Aziz Mian – Dil Jala Kar – Vol. 10/03 – Uske Ghar Mein
Aziz Mian – Dil Jala Kar – Vol. 10/04 – Tera Darshan Bhee

Album 3
Aziz Mian – Ishq Mein Hum/01 – Ishq Mein Hum Tumhein Kya Bataen
Aziz Mian – Ishq Mein Hum/02 – Yeh Paisa Kya Karega
Aziz Mian – Ishq Mein Hum/03 – Unki Aankhon Mein
Aziz Mian – Ishq Mein Hum/04 – Prem Deewani

Album 4
Aziz Mian – Mille Gee Sheikh Ki Jannat – Vol. 6/01 – Mile Gee Sheikh Ko Jannat
Aziz Mian – Mille Gee Sheikh Ki Jannat – Vol. 6/02 – Hamein Itni Saqi Ne Piladi
Aziz Mian – Mille Gee Sheikh Ki Jannat – Vol. 6/03 – Ab Is Se Barhke Kya Nakaamiyan

Album 5
Aziz Mian – Raaz Khud Mushtahir Ho To/01 – Raaz Khud Mushtahir Ho To
Aziz Mian – Raaz Khud Mushtahir Ho To/02 – Main Kya Kroun

Album 6
Aziz Mian – Saqia Aur Pila – Vol. 8/01 – Saqia Aur Pila
Aziz Mian – Saqia Aur Pila – Vol. 8/02 – Wafayein Meri Rang La Kar

Album 7
Aziz Mian – Shaam Pae Gayee – Vol. 26/01 – Aaja We Sham Pae Gayee
Aziz Mian – Shaam Pae Gayee – Vol. 26/02 – Ban Gayee Main Jogan Yaar Di
Aziz Mian – Shaam Pae Gayee – Vol. 26/03 – Teri Tasveer Rakh Ke

Album 8
Aziz Mian – Sharabi/01 – Sharabi Mein Sharabi
Aziz Mian – Sharabi/02 – Meri Dastaan -e- Hasrat
Aziz Mian – Sharabi/03 – Daba Ke Chal Diyay
Aziz Mian – Sharabi/04 – Rang

Album 9
Aziz Mian – Tarapte Hain/01 – Tarpte Hain
Aziz Mian – Tarapte Hain/02 – Bauhat Armaan

Album 10
Aziz Mian – Wadah – Vol. 13/01 – Wadah Tera Wadah
Aziz Mian – Wadah – Vol. 13/02 – Ishq Mein Zindagi Ka
Aziz Mian – Wadah – Vol. 13/03 – Woh Dil Hi Kiya
Aziz Mian – Wadah – Vol. 13/04 – Mujhe Azmane Walay

Album 11
Aziz Mian – Zindagi Ka Janaza – Vol. 24/01 – Idhar Zindgi Ka Janza
Aziz Mian – Zindagi Ka Janaza – Vol. 24/02 – Mil Ke Bichhre Tum
Aziz Mian – Zindagi Ka Janaza – Vol. 24/03 – Koi Aye Koi Jaye

Album 12
Hashar Ke Roz Poochhoon Ga
Part 1
Part 2
DownloadSingle link for this album


How and why is Riba haram for Muslims – The consequences of Riba November 2, 2011

Why Riba was prohibited (declared Haram) in the divine law?

Those who consume interest cannot stand [on the Day of Resurrection] except as one stands who is being beaten by Satan into insanity. That is because they say, “Trade is [just] like interest.” But Allah has permitted trade and has forbidden interest. So whoever has received an admonition from his Lord and desists may have what is past, and his affair rests with Allah . But whoever returns to [dealing in interest or usury] – those are the companions of the Fire; they will abide eternally therein. – Quran Surah al-Baqarah, 2:275

It is worth to present an example to start with the subject, a factual example from existing interest based banking methodology that is valid and current, which can be well understood by a common person. One should consider the following facts before going through the example. The facts are:

  • Only Banks create money.
  • The created money is then supplied in to the economy only in the form of loan at some specified interest.
  • There are no other institutions that create money other than banks.

The example – an astonishing fact

As all the banks are creating money and supplying in to the economy on interest and without any doubt all of them are practicing the same technique, so let us consider there is only one bank in our example that creates some money and supply in to the people’s economy.

Suppose Bank XYZ creates Dirhams 100,000 and supplies it at an interest rate of 10% per annum to several entrepreneurs and governmental units active in the economy, remember there is no money available in the economy from any other source. The bank has taken substantial collateral or guarantee as securityof its money from each borrower. See in the following diagram – the borrowersintake loan and repayment liabilities at the end of the first year:

It is very simple and clear that at the end of the first year, a combined sum of Dirhams 110,000 is due on all borrowers to repay to the loaning bank.

But the money available in the economy is only Dirhams 100,000 as the bank is only supplier of money, so from where the rest 10,000 would come that is the difference in the borrowers intake and total repayment amount…… from NOWHERE. Yes, that is right from nowhere because that money does not exist in the economy.

Look at the scene, the bank is the only supplier of money, it creates andsupplies 100,000 in the economy and that is the total money available in the economy, but as per loan agreements – these borrowers collectively have topay back 110,000. How is that possible? There is no way. Don’t you believe, it is 100% like this – no less. This is cheating and criminal foul play.

So what will happen, at least one or more of these borrowers would default on their loan(s) and would loose their personal assets or belonging that they had put as security to the bank for the repayment.

The money creator has designed a mechanism that would force few of the borrowers each year to default so that bank could forfeit the security assets and gain wealth by foul play.

This is an eye opening example for those who previously had no idea about the mechanism of banks as how they operate and cause artificial shortage (scarcity) of the money in the societies. This is happening every where in this world from USA to the smallest country on this beautiful planet. This artificial scarcity of money is the root cause of people’s problems from hard struggle for surviving to the loss of happiness from their lives.

In a Riba (interest) based system, people are not aware of this foul play – borrowers think that they will manage to repay the principal plus Riba (interest) as they think it would be coming from some where else, but the fact is – every borrower would be in battle with others where some borrowers have to lose in order for others to win, some would fail to pay their loans in order for others to get the sum they need to pay off the Riba (Interest). When seen in totality, the supply side is always in deficit and the liability is always in excess due to Riba (interest), the total combined supply cannot discharge the liability.

After going through the above real example, I believe, now we are close to find out why Riba was declared Haram in Quran and Sunnah.

Let us begin with the economic reasoning of WHY:

  1. The availability of each produce is limited, the liability cannot exceed the availability limit.
  2. In any transaction, if a liability of produce “in excess” of “the produce available” is created, that extra liability would be artificial because excess quantity of produce does not exist.

This universal economic code applies to each and every type of produce; to further get in to the explanation of the rule, let us now identify what represents “the produce”, “the transaction”, and “extra liability”:

The Produce

In its general expression “the produce” is any thing available to human beings for their use or consumption, but here specifically those produce that can be involved in a transaction, it is best to take historical standards of transactions which are based on produce like gold, silver, grains, currency etc. because throughout history all transactions are carried out in publicly acceptable produce only. These produce have served the societies as “medium of exchange”, so it is more appropriate logically and historically to consider the produce as “the medium of exchange” which is again a general expression and can accommodate any other commodity/produce that may be used in a transaction.

The Transaction

In this universal economic principle, the transaction is based on a single produce and naturally it can only be a transaction of loan or exchange and nothing else. Although donations/grants also involve only one produce but that is not a transaction because a transaction means exchange of good(s) and/or service(s) either on spot or in any specified time frame involving one or more types of produce.

Extra Liability

Riba (interest, usury) is that extra liability created in excess of the produce available and that does not exist. Every liability is a demand in practice, the basic rule of economics known to every one is that to maintain economic equilibrium (stability) in the society, the supply side should be equal to the demand, if the demand is more than the supply – a shortage will occur. Creating an extra liability means creating an extra demand without increasing equal supply, this will start a never ending mechanism of perpetually increasing the shortage of that produce in the society.


Riba was prohibited just to prevent the creation of “extra liability/demand” because that is fake and “does not exist” physically, this artificial “extra liability/demand” creates scarcity of the produce in the society and unjustly accumulation of the produce in few hands. Riba (interestusury) is a mechanism and dangerous weapon that has a power to get hold of assets/properties of individuals, enterprises, and nations deceitfully. This is unfair and against the nature, so ALLAH (SWT) banned Riba (interestusury) very strictly to stop this criminal action.

Nature is the Limit in Islam; any thing not natural is prohibited, stopped, and declared illegal. The above economic reasons are the only base for the prohibition of Riba, ALLAH (SWT) has allowed everything that is natural but given its strict judgment to stop any behavior, agreement, and practice that is not natural.



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