Moments Before the Time of Death - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

The following audio has been digitally remastered from a lecture delivered on the day of Jumu'ah on the subject of the khutbah by Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh (hafidhahullah Ta'ala).  Within it, you will find many amazing examples of many people including the Sahabah, highlighting the moments that took places as death approached them.  

He then goes on to give some examples of situations that he had personally witnessed with his own eyes during his working career as a medical doctor whilst witnessing emergency/accident cases.  Here we will mention just a few of them.

1 - A man who is faintly heard uttering the Shahadah even though all his body parts had almost completely stopped functioning.

2 - A righteous woman, obedient to her husband not ever raising her voice to him (as attested to by husband).  She was so conscious of her covering/hijab… Her husband regarded her death as a huge calamity and a test for him. How was her death?  How were her last moments?

3 - A man who was not prepared to meet his mother who had travelled all the way from Pakistan to Jeddah having heard that he had recently got remarried to a second wife without informing her of this.  His mother struggles in the heat of Jeddah with the hope that she would meet her son.  Some of his friends took pity on her and gave her a place to stay.   She went to Makkah, performed Umrah and returned back to Pakistan with a broken heart, having not been able to see her son. How was his death?  How were his last moments?

4 - A 20-year-old lady who was on the verge of getting married.  To the point, that her wedding invitation cards had been distributed to the invited guests.  Preparing for this monumental stage in her life.  Her mother has a stroke.  She contemplated over the fact of who would look after her mother.  She (the daughter) cancelled her impending marriage even with the insistence of her family members. Instead, choosing to dedicate her life to serving her mother up until a time that she hoped her mother's health would be restored.  

During this period of taking care of the needs of her mother, she had two younger sisters who both got married whilst she continued taking care of her sick mother.

For 15 years she continued being dutiful to the needs of her sick mother taking care of all her needs. When nearing death her mother raises her index fingers to the sky and said: "O Allaah, bear witness that I am pleased with my daughter." 

Her mother passes away. What happened next in the life of this daughter who dedicated her youth to the care and wellbeing of needs of her mother?

To find out the answers to these questions.  Listen to the lecture with your family members.  You will find in it much benefit.
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The Peak of Islam - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

This is special series of lectures delivered by Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh (hafidhahullah Ta'ala) over a two day period with three sittings, starting on the 26th of Muharram 1438.   

The first two parts were delivered on the first day and the last part was delivered on the second day. 

Here is the flyer that was originally distributed for this lecture.
The Peak of Islam is nothing other than the legislated Jihad done for the sake of Allah alone.  The entire seminar is based upon the work of Shaykh Saleh ibn Fawzaan al-Fawzaan (hafidhahullah Ta'ala).

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The Ten Companions Guaranteed Paradise - 19-11-1436 - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

This lecture is one of the lectures from the series titled: Sharh Aqeedah at-Tahawiyyah in which Imam Abu Jafar at-Tahawi (rahimahulllah Ta'ala) identifies and testifies to the ten companions mentioned in one authentic hadeeth of the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) that have been guaranteed a place in Paradise.
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Loving the People of Innovation is not from the Manhaj of the Salaf - Shaykh Muhammad ibn 'Umar Bazmool - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

It isn't from the Manhaj of the Salaf is a compilation of statements from Shaykh Muhammad ibn 'Umar Bazmool (hafidhahullah Ta'ala) on things that are not from the Manhaj of the Salaf.

The point explained in this audio by Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh (hafidhahullah Ta'ala) is as follows:

It isn't from the Manhaj of Salaf to love the people of innovation or to think good off them.  They (the Salaf) were not deceived by their fluency or eloquence, but rather they knew that the person will be with those whom he loves, as (mentioned) in the hadeeth.
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My Companions are Part of my Identity - 25-12-1436 - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

This was lecture delivered by Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh (hafidhahullah Ta'ala) on the subject of the khutbah at the end of the month of Dhul-Qi'dah 1436.  

Have you ever thought about who your friends are?  Are they good for you or bad for you?  What do I mean by good for you or bad for you?  I mean, are they good for your hereafter?  Do they order you with the good and forbid you from the evil?  Or, are they the kind of people who will stand by you no matter what you say or do?  Are these the kind of people we want to be identified with?

Read what some of our Salaf said:

Abu Hurairah (radi Allahu anhu) said: The Messenger of Allaah said, "A person is upon the deen of his friend, so let each one of you look at whom he befriends." Saheeh. Refer to Silsilah as-Saheehah of al-Albaani (no.927)

Abu ad-Dardaa (radi Allahu anhu) said: "It is from the fiqh (understanding of a person) that he [chooses] those whom he walks with, whom he enters upon (visits) and whom he sits with." Al-Ibaanah (2/477)

Ibn Masood (radi Allahu anhu) said: "Indeed a person walks alongside and accompanies the one whom he loves and who is like him." Al-Ibaanah (2/476)

Yahyaa bin Katheer said, "Sulaimaan bin Daawood – (alaihis salaam) – said: "Do not pass a judgement over anyone with anything until you see whom he befriends." Al-Ibaanah (2/464)

Moosaa bin Uqbah the Syrian approached Baghdad and this was mentioned to Imaam Ahmad. So it was said: "Look at whose residence he goes to and with whom he resides and finds shelter." Al-Ibaanah (2/480)

Imaam Al-Awzaaee said: "Whoever hides his innovation from us will not be able to hide his companionship from us." Al-Ibaanah (2/476)

Al-Amash said, "They (the Salaf) did not to ask anything more about a person after having asked about three affairs: Who he walks with, who he enters upon (i.e. visits) and who he associates with amongst the people." Al-Ibaanah (2/478)used

Now, bearing all of the above in mind, listen to the following lecture and maybe re-evaluate your companionship!
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The Bad Companions of Abu Taalib - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

The following clip was extracted from the lecture titled: My Companions are Part of my Identity

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A Clarification with Regards to the Issue of Diwali & Participating in the Celebrations of the Disbelievers - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

On an occasion, Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh (hafidhahullah Ta'ala) was asked about Diwali and specifically about the sweets that are distributed to mark its celebration.  In that answer to a question he mentioned that not only is eating such sweets impermissible but taking part in such celebrations of the disbelievers in any way, shape or form is also not permissible.

So, some brothers disagreed with his words and stated that these statements had no basis for them. Going further by saying that he just gives fatwas, following his own whims and desires as and when he deems necessary.
 
They then gave some statements attributed to Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullah Ta'ala) and some of our Salaf in an attempt to justify partaking in such celebrations.

Here is his (hafidhahullah Ta'ala's) response to those statements:
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Manners & Principles with Regards to Issues of Differing - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

This lecture by Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh (hafidhahullah Ta'ala) that covers some very beneficial pieces of advice with regards to this very important issue of the manners & principles that need to be applied with regards to the issues of differing that may arise on occasions.
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Wahdat-ul-Wujood Clarification / Response - Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh

The focal point of these two lectures is based on the following narration:
Abu Muti' Al-Balkhi reported:"I asked Imam Abu Hanifah about a person who says, 'I do not know whether my Rubb is, above the heavens or on earth?' Abu Hanifah, may Allah grant him His mercy, said: 'A person who makes such a statement becomes an apostate because Allah, the Exalted says, 'The Merciful has ascended above the 'Arsh, and the 'Arsh of Allah is above His heavens'. I further asked Abu Hanifah, 'What if such a person admits, Allah is above His 'Arsh, but exclaims, I do not know whether His 'Arsh is above the heavens or on earth'. Abu Hanifah responded: 'If he denies that the 'Arsh is above the heavens, he is an apostate'. [Sharhut-Tahawiyyah, p.288]
An individual complained that Dr. Murtaza bin Baksh (hafidhahullah Ta'ala) had used this narration but that it was not authentically attributed to being a statement of Abu Hanifah (rahimahullah Ta'ala).

Here is his (hafidhahullah Ta'ala's) response:

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