Verses by Imam Yusuf al-Nabhani rahimahullah

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  1. Subaan Allah beautiful

    Allamah Shaykh Yusuf bin Ismail an Nabhaani rahimahullahu Ta'ala was a very stauch Sunni scholar he wrote many benificial books on various topics.

    The Shaykh's book on Istighaatha Shawaahid ul Haq in an excellent book that contains many references on the topic of seeking help from the Ambiyaa and Awliyaa. He speaks to the reader saying "O Sunni Muslim! from the Madhabs Sha'fia or Hanafia or Maalikia or the just from the Hanbalia!"

    The Shaykh rahimahullahu Ta'ala praised A'ala Hadrat Shaykh Imam Ahmad Rida Khan rahimahullahu Ta'ala 's book al Dawlat al Makkiyyah on the topic of Ilm al Ghayb knowledge of the unseen.

    May Allah shower his grave with his mercy and light aameen
     
  2. abu nibras

    abu nibras Staff Member

    http://www.sunnah.org/history/Scholars/al-nabhani.htm

    From the biography of Imam al-Qadi Yusuf al-Nabhani rahimahullah

    The Righteous Life and Blessed Works of the Poet of the Holy Prophet - Allâh bless and greet him - the Pious Erudite Imâm al-Qâd.î Yûsuf al-Nabhânî (1265/1849-1350/1932)

    by GF Haddad

    Sa`âdatu al-Dârayni fîl-S.alâti `alâ Sayyidi al-Kawnayn ("The Bliss of the Two Abodes in the Invocation of Blessings on the Master of the Two Universes") <1318> in 720 pages, comprising a sequence of ten-verse poems
    with an acrostic rhyme scheme according to the Arabic alphabet, beginning with the hamza in the following poem:

    1. Anâ `abdun li-sayyidi al-anbiyâ'i wa walâ'î lahu al-qadîmu walâ'î
    I am the slave of the Master of Prophets And my fealty to him has no beginning.

    2. Anâ `abdun li-`abdihi wali-`abdi al-`abdi `abdun kadhâ bi-ghayri intihâ'i
    I am slave to his slave, and to his slave's slave, And so forth endlessly!

    3. Anâ lâ antahî `anil-qurbi min bâbi rid.âhu fî jumlati al-dukhalâ'i
    I do not cease to approach the door Of his good pleasure among the novices.

    4. Anshuru al-`ilma fî ma`âlîhi lil-nâsi wa-ashdû bihi ma`al-shu`arâ'i
    I proclaim to all the science of his high attributes, And sing this science among the poets.

    5. Fa `asâhu yaqûlu lî anta Salmânu walâ'î H.assânu h.usni thanâ'î
    Perhaps he will tell me: "You are the Salmân Of my allegiance, the H.assân of my excellent homage!"

    6. Wa-birûh.î afdî turâba h.imâhu wa-lahul-fad.lu fî qabûli fidâ'î
    Yes, I would sacrifice my soul for the dust of his sanctuary! His favor should be that he accept my sacrifice.

    7. Fâza man yantamî ilayhi wa-lâ h.âjata fîhi bi-dhâlika al-intimâ'i
    He has triumphed who ascribes himself to him - Not that he needs such following,

    8. Huwa fî ghunyatin `ani al-khalqi t.urran wa humu al-kullu `anhu dûna ghinâ'i
    For he is not in need of creation at all, While they all need him without exception.

    9. Wa-huwa lil-Lâhi wah.dihi `abduhu al-khâlis.u mujallâ al-s.ifâti wal-asmâ'i
    He belongs to Allâh alone, Whose pure servant he is, As his attributes and names have made manifest;

    10. Kullu fad.lin fil-khalqi fa-huwa min Allâhi ilayhi wa-minhu lil-ashyâ'i
    And every single favor in creation comes from Allâh To him, and from him to everything else.

    .subhan allah!
     

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