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 Free Medical Helpline for Pakistanis in Riyadh, Pakistan Doctors Group Riyadh (PDGR) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 62

The Clear Evidence Free Treatment (only in Riyadh city) Pakistan Doctors Group (Riyadh) has launched a helpline for Pakistani patients in Riyadh. All patients can contact for free medical advice and guidance. Call or WhatsApp: +966 564 457 764 Time: 9am to 3pm Day: All Week Days (Except Weekend – Friday and Saturday) Note: This facility is not for emergencies such as a heart attack, accident or epilepsy. In such emergencies, please contact the nearest hospital. This service has been provided due to the coronavirus pandemic. Continue Reading: Free Medical Helpline for Pakistanis in Riyadh, Pakistan Doctors Group Riyadh (PDGR)

 Salah is the Key to Success – Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1622

The Clear Evidence My brothers and sisters it is indeed important for us to remind one another to be conscious of Allah subhanahu wa'ta'ala so i advise you and myself to be conscious of Allah subhanahu wa'ta'ala to be always conscious of the fact that everything we do everything we say we are answerable to Allah subhanahu wa'ta'ala we will definitely be returning to Allah subhanahu wa'ta'ala just like those before us who wealthier and healthier more powerful more recognized have already returned to Allah subhanahu wa'ta'ala in a similar way we too have to return to Allah so prepare for that day... Continue Reading: Video: Salah is the Key to Success - Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English)

 Aadam (AS) on Earth (Part 2) - Episode 04 - Stories of The Prophets - Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3080

The Clear Evidence Episode #: Four Episode Title: Aadam (AS) on Earth (Part 2) Date: Day 04 of Ramadhaan 1432, August 2011 Series: Lessons from the Stories of The Prophets (AS) in the Noble Qur’aan Location: Zeentul Islam Masjid, Cape Town, South Africa Speaker: Mufti Ismail Ibn Musa Menk of Zimbabwe All episodes are available at Video Series: Lessons from the Stories of The Prophets (AS) in the Noble Qur’aan Continue Reading: Video: Aadam (AS) on Earth (Part 2) - Episode 04 - Stories of The Prophets - Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English)

 The Ruling of Qadha (to make up the missed) Salah in Islamic Shari’ah - Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1008

The Clear Evidence Ulama of the Muslim Ummah agree that it is a big sin to skip Salah deliberately. The sin of skipping Salah is greater than adultery, theft and drinking wine. One should ensure that all his Salah are offered on time, and if he, sometime, could not offer Salah on time, he should make Qadha of that Salah immediately. It is our and our Ualama’s responsibility to try our best to make, every person of the Muslim Ummah, punctual to offer Salah on time, and our Salah should be offered with all solemnity and full submissiveness because it is the only key for our and all mankind’s success in the Hereafter. As the Creator of the whole Universe has said in Surah al-Muminoon, (1-11). What is the Shari’ah ruling in the light of the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah about the people who fully neglect Salah or they offer only Friday and Eid Prayers or offer Salah without punctuality? A well-known Saudi religious scholar Sheikh Muhammad bin Salih al-Othaymin (RHA) in his book “HukmuTaarikis Salaah (ruling of one who neglects the prayer)”, has quoted the different opinions of Fuqaha and scholars: Imaam Ahmad bin Hanbal (RHA) said that the person who neglects the prayer with no excuse is a Kaafir (disbeliever) and he is beyond the pale of Islam. And his punishment is to be killed if he does not repent and does not offer Salah regularly. Imam Malik and Imam Shafa’ee see that he is not a Kaafir but he would be killed. Imam Abu Hanifa (RHA) says that the person doesn’t become Kaafir, but he should be imprisoned until he starts to pray or would die there. Though offering Salah on time is especially emphasized in the Qur’an and Hadeeth, in spite of that sometimes a person misses Salah, sometimes due to forgetfulness, sometimes for some excuse and sometimes only for laziness and carelessness. In the light of the sayings and the actions of Prophet (PBUH), the majority of Ulama, Fuqaha and Muhadditheen agree that all the missed Salah should be made up by offering their Qadha. The Prophet (PBUH) said several times that if a person could not offer Salah on time, he should offer it later. To keep it short, I am mentioning only one Hadeeth which is reported by Bukhari and Muslim. It is reported by Anas (RA) that if anyone forgets a Salah then he should offer it immediately when he remembers it, and there is no Kaffarah (expiation) for that except it, Allah says: Establish Salah for my remembrance” (Bukhari and Muslim). In some narrations, the words of Hadeeth are as follows: “If anyone forgets a Salah or oversleeps then its Kaffarah is to observe it when he remembers it.” It is in a famous book of Hadeeth, Tirmizi that the Prophet (PBUH) said: If anyone forgets a Salah or oversleeps then he must offer it when he remembers it.” Note: Sleeping at the time of Fajr due to the habit of sleeping late night is a major sin. In the light of other Ahadeeth, the meaning of sleeping in this Hadeeth is that a person has adopted all possible means to offer Salah on time but coincidentally he could not wake up some day... Continue Reading: Video: Qaza Namaz Ke Masail - Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi (Urdu)

 Aadam (AS) on Earth (Part 1) - Episode 03 - Stories of The Prophets - Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3085

The Clear Evidence Episode #: Three Episode Title: Aadam (AS) on Earth (Part 1) Date: Day 03 of Ramadhaan 1432, August 2011 Series: Lessons from the Stories of The Prophets (AS) in the Noble Qur’aan Location: Zeentul Islam Masjid, Cape Town, South Africa Speaker: Mufti Ismail Ibn Musa Menk of Zimbabwe All episodes are available at Video Series: Lessons from the Stories of The Prophets (AS) in the Noble Qur’aan Continue Reading: Video: Aadam (AS) on Earth (Part 1) - Episode 03 - Stories of The Prophets - Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English)

 Creation Of Aadam (AS) – Episode 02 – Stories of The Prophets – Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2812

The Clear Evidence Episode #: Two Episode Title: Creation Of Aadam (AS) Date: Day 02 of Ramadhaan 1432, August 2011 Series: Lessons from the Stories of The Prophets (AS) in the Noble Qur’aan Location: Zeentul Islam Masjid, Cape Town, South Africa Speaker: Mufti Ismail Ibn Musa Menk of Zimbabwe All episodes are available at Video Series: Lessons from the Stories of The Prophets (AS) in the Noble Qur’aan Continue Reading: Video: Creation Of Aadam (AS) - Episode 02 - Stories of The Prophets - Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English)

 Audio: Introduction – Episode 01 – Stories of The Prophets – Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2384

The Clear Evidence Episode #: One Episode Title: Introduction Date: Day 01 of Ramadhaan 1432, August 2011 Series: Lessons from the Stories of The Prophets (AS) in the Noble Qur’aan Location: Zeentul Islam Masjid, Cape Town, South Africa Speaker: Mufti Ismail Ibn Musa Menk of Zimbabwe All episodes are available at Video Series: Lessons from the Stories of The Prophets (AS) in the Noble Qur’aan Continue Reading: Video: Introduction - Episode 01 - Stories of The Prophets - Dr. Mufti Ismail Menk (English)

 Urdu Narration: Musalmaan Namaz Kaisey Chor Sakta Hai !?! - Maulana Tariq Jameel | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 318

The Clear Evidence Musalmaan Namaz Kaisey Chor Sakta Hai !?! - Maulana Tariq Jameel Continue Reading: Musalmaan Namaz Kaisey Chor Sakta Hai !?! - Maulana Tariq Jameel (Urdu)

 Urdu Narration: Namaz Main Kotaheyan (Negligence in Offering Namaz) – Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 631

The Clear Evidence Namaz Main Kotaheyan (Negligence in Offering Namaz) – Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi (Urdu) Continue Reading: Video: Namaz Main Kotaheyan (Negligence in Offering Namaz) - Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi (Urdu)

 Extract from "My Path to Islam: Australian Muslim Revert Stories" - Chapter: "Abu Bakr’s Way to Islam" (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1119

The Clear Evidence Extract from “My Path to Islam: Australian Muslim Revert Stories” Chapter: “Abu Bakr’s Way to Islam” Page: 15-20 Authors: Tuba Boz, Shifa L. Mustapha Publisher: Goodword, 2004 The following is the true account of an Australian revert taken from the honours thesis of Sister Tuba Boz. His name is Abu Bakr, and while his name, like many of those of his fellow-reverts, is chosen for its meaning and its nearness to some aspect of Islam, or that of the life of the Prophet of Arabia, Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), his story is truly that of an Australian young man with all his Australianism intact. And though he, himself, does not wish to be seen as other than a Muslim, it is, for fellow-Australians, encouragement and living proof of the Qur’anic ayat: Surah 49: 13” O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted. “ If one had told Abu Bakr earlier, that he would one day become a Muslim, his reply would most probably have been, “Naah! No way!!!” for like many Australians his perception of Muslims was that they were terrorists. However, there is no accounting for the Mercy and Graciousness of Allah who leads to His Path those whom He wills from all peoples upon the earth; and Abu Bakr was to find this in due course. When asked what had triggered his search to find the true meaning of life, for that was the primary aim of his quest, his response was this: “There were a couple of things. It was the year my parents said they were going to separate. It was not the year they formally divorced, but it was the year my Dad moved out of the house. I went a little off the rails. I (even) had trouble with the police… I was drinking alot.” It may be seen that this was a painful time for this young man. This was to be further compounded, for it was in this year that one of his friends died. Of this event he said: “That led me to think, ‘There’s my mate. He just died, and he is only eighteen years old! Is he just worm food?’ You know what I mean. That’s when I started relating it to my life, thinking, ‘If I died tomorrow what would it matter? What would it matter except to the few who know me among the billions on this Earth?’ So I started thinking, ‘No! There has to be more. There has to be more than just this!”’ It was with these questions in mind that Abu Bakr commenced his journey, looking to religion for the meaning of existence. He describes his experiences in this way: “First, I mean, logically, I’m an Aussie, so I went straight to Christianity, and I thought I’d have that fish sticker on the back of my car, and “I love Jesus”. I was thinking I’d go buy them and see if they did something for my parking fine!” his waggish sense of humour bubbling to the fore. Then seriously he explains, “Honestly I went through all the (Christian) religions; well not all the religions, but the ones I had access to I investigated. Christianity, including Catholicism, I investigated quite a bit. But the problem was I just couldn’t find the answer. While they were all nice, I couldn’t sit there and say, “This is the religion for me! ’ and ‘This sounds beautiful! ’” His search continued: “I looked at Hinduism when I was working in a service station with some Hindu friends... Continue Reading: Video: An Australian Atheist's Journey to Islam - Abu Bakr (English)

 An Australian Atheist’s Journey to Islam – Abu Bakr (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 864

The Clear Evidence This is the true account of an Australian revert. His name is Abu Bakr, and while his name, like many of those of his fellow-reverts, is chosen for its meaning and its nearness to some aspect of Islam, or that of the life of the Prophet of Arabia, Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), his story is truly that of an Australian young man with all his Australianism intact. Continue Reading: Video: An Australian Atheist's Journey to Islam - Abu Bakr (English)

 Urdu Narration: Qaza Namaz Ke Masail – Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1500

The Clear Evidence Qaza Namaz Ke Masail – Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi (Urdu) Continue Reading: Video: Qaza Namaz Ke Masail - Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi (Urdu)

 Free Classes for Recitation and Memorization of Quran from Madina, Saudi Arabia (English) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 40

The Clear Evidence Register using the following link available in the post. After registration, you will receive the first email to confirm your account. Upon confirmation, after 2 to 3 days you will receive a second email to confirm your acceptance and also the class schedule and the Teacher’s name. This is a free program with separate arrangements for male and female teachers and classes. Continue Reading: Free Classes for Recitation and Memorization of Quran (حفظ القران) from Madina, Saudi Arabia (English)

 Urdu Narration: Islam Mukammal Rahnumai, Aik American Scientist ka Waqia – Shaikh Khalil-ur-Rahman Sajjad Nomani | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 600

The Clear Evidence Islam Mukammal Rahnumai, Aik American Scientist ka Waqia – Shaikh Khalil-ur-Rahman Sajjad Nomani (Urdu) Continue Reading: Video: Islam Mukammal Rahnumai, Aik American Scientist ka Waqia - Shaikh Khalil-ur-Rahman Sajjad Nomani (Urdu)

 Urdu Narration: Islami Naya Saal Moharram aur Iske Rozon ki Fazeelat – Aaj Ka Sabaq No 1748 – Molana Yunus Palanpuri | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 220

The Clear Evidence This lecture was delivered on 10th September 2018. Ashoora Fasting Days in Saudi Arabia in 2018: 9th Moharram: Wed, 19th Sep 10th Moharram: Thu, 20th Sep 11th Moharram: Fri, 21st Sep 9th, 10th or 10th, 11th Continue Reading: Audio: Islami Naya Saal Moharram aur Iske Rozon ki Fazeelat - Aaj Ka Sabaq No: 1748 - Molana Yunus Palanpuri (Urdu)

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The focus of The Clear Evidence initiative is Human. The aim is to spread wisdom and help people in need. Each and every content has been handpicked and has been categorized for easy navigation and reference.

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