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TAMIL - AUTHOR : MUFTI A.UMAR SHARIF KASHIMI

K];ypk;fs; vjphpfis csT ghu;j;jy;

mg;gh]; ,g;D mg;Jy; Kj;jypg; (uop) Fiw\pfspd; nray;fisAk;


mjd; uhZtj; jahhpg;GfisAk; fz;fhzpj;J te;jhu;.
kf;fhtpypUe;J gil Gwg;gl;Lr; nrd;wTld; mtru mtrukhfg;
gilapd; KO tptuq;fis xU fbjj;jpy; Fwpg;gpl;L mij egp
(]y;) mtu;fsplk; mDg;gp itj;jhu;.

mg;gh]pd; J}ju; Vwf;Fiwa 500 fpNyh kPl;lu; cs;s J}uj;ij


%d;Nw ehl;fSf;Fs; mjptpiutpy; fle;J egp (]y;) mtu;fsplk;
mf;fbjj;ij xg;gilj;jhu;. md;W egp (]y;) mtu;fs; ~Fgh|
gs;spthrypy; jq;fpapUe;jhu;fs;.

egp (]y;) mtu;fSf;F mf;fbjj;ij cig ,g;D fmg; (uop)


gbj;Jf; fhz;gpj;jhu;. egp (]y;) mtu;fs; mthplk; mr;nra;jpia
ntspapy; $whky; kiwj;J tpLq;fs; vd;W fl;lisapl;L kjPdh
tpiue;jhu;fs;. mq;F md;rhhp kw;Wk; K`h[pu; Njhou;fspYs;s
jsgjpfSld; mtru MNyhrid elj;jpdhu;fs;.

mtru epiy

kjPdhtpy; K];ypk;fs; ve;NeuKk; MAjNke;jpatu;fshf ,Ue;jdu;.


vjphpfspd; jhf;Fjiyr; rkhspf;f ve;NeuKk; jahuhf ,Ue;jdu;.
MAjq;fisj; njhOifapYk; jq;fSld; itj;jpUe;jdu;.

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md;rhhpfspd; xU FO egp (]y;) mtu;fspd; ghJfhg;Gf;fhfj;


jahuhdhu;fs;. mtu;fspy; ]mJ ,g;D KMJ> ci]J ,g;D
`{iou;> ]mJ ,g;D cghjh (uop) MfpNahu; ,Ue;jdu;. ,tu;fs;
egp (]y;) mtu;fspd; tPl;L thk;ypy; MAjk; Ve;jp fhtypy;
<Lgl;ldu;. NkYk;> jpBu; jhf;Fjiyj; jLf;f kjPdhtpd;
Eiothapy;fs; kw;Wk; re;J nghe;Jfs; midj;jpYk; rpWrpW
gilfshf ghJfhg;gpy; <Lgl;ldu;.

jq;fs; kPJ jhf;Fjy; elj;j vjphpfs; ve;nje;j topfspnyy;yhk; tu


,aYNkh me;j midj;J topfspYk; vjphpfspd; elkhl;lq;fis
fz;fhzpg;gjw;fhf Nuhe;Jg; gzpapYk; K];ypk;fs; <Lgl;ldu;.

vjphpfs; kjPdh vy;iyapy;

kf;fh gil tof;fkhd Nkw;Fg; ghijapy; jdJ gazj;ijj;


njhlu;e;jJ. mg;gil ~mg;th| vd;w ,lj;ij mile;jJk;
mg+]{/g;ahdpd; kidtp `pe;j; gpd;j; cj;gh egp (]y;) mtu;fspd;
jhahUilaf; fg;iuj; Njhz;b mtuJ cliy ntspNa vLf;f
Ntz;Lk; vd;W tpUk;gpdhs;. Mdhy;> gilapd; jsgjpfs;
,f;Nfhhpf;ifia epuhfhpj;jJld; ,t;thW nra;jhy; Mgj;jhd
KbTfs; Vw;gLk; vd;Wk; vr;rhpj;jdu;.

Fiw\pg; gil jdJ gazj;ijj; njhlu;e;jJ. kjPdhtpw;Fr; rkPgkhf


cs;s ~my;mfPf;| vd;w gs;sj;jhf;iff; fle;J> mq;fpUe;J
tyg;Gwkhfr; nrd;W> c`{j; kiyf;fUfpy; cs;s ~ma;idd;| vd;w
,lj;jpy; jq;fpaJ. ,e;j ,lk; c`{j; kiyf;fUfpy; kjPdhtpd;
tlg; gFjpapy; ,Uf;Fk; gs;sj;jhf;fpd; Nkw;Gwj;jpy; cs;s ~gj;D
]g;fh| vd;w gFjpapy; cs;sJ. Mf> kf;fhtpd; gil ,t;tplj;jpy;
`p[;hp 3> \t;thy; khjk; gpiw 6> nts;spf;fpoik md;W
te;jpwq;fp jq;fsJ uhZt Kfhk;fis mikj;Jf; nfhz;lJ.

jw;fhg;Gj; jpl;lj;ij MNyhrpj;jy;

,];yhkpag; gilapd; xw;wu;fs;> Fiw\p uhZtj;jpdhpd; epiyfis


mt;tg;NghJ egpatu;fSf;F mDg;gpathW ,Ue;jdu;. ,Wjpahf>
vjphpfs; vq;F Kfhk; mikj;Js;sdu; vd;gJ tiuAs;s nra;jpfs;
xt;nthd;iwAk; egp (]y;) mtu;fsplk; nfhz;L te;J Nru;j;jdu;.
mg;NghJ Nky;kl;l uhZt MNyhrid rigia egp (]y;)
mtu;fs; xd;W $l;b> vd;d eltbf;if vLf;fyhk; vd;gjw;fhd
MNyhridfisg; ghpkhwpf; nfhz;lJld;> jhd; fz;l xU
fditAk; mtu;fSf;Ff; $wpdhu;fs;: 'my;yh`;tpd; kPJ
rj;jpakhf! ehd; ey;y fdT xd;iwf; fz;Nld;. rpy khLfs;
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mWf;fg;gLfpd;wd. vdJ thspd; Edpapy; Xu; Xl;il Vw;gLtijg;


ghu;j;Njd;. cWjpkpf;f ghJfhg;Gila ftr Milapy; vdJ ifia
ehd; Eioj;Jf; nfhs;tjhfTk; ghu;j;Njd;" vd;W $wp> 'khLfs;
mWf;fg;gLtjpd; nghUs; jq;fsJ Njhou;fspy; rpyu;
nfhy;yg;gLthu;fs;. thspy; Vw;gl;l Xl;ilapd; fUj;J jdJ
FLk;gj;jpy; xUtu; nfhy;yg;gLthu;. cUf;Fr; rl;il vd;gJ
kjPdhthFk;" vd;W tpsf;fk; $wpdhu;fs;.

gpd;G egp (]y;) mtu;fs; jq;fsJ mgpg;uhaj;ijj; Njhou;fsplj;jpy;


$wpdhu;fs;. mjhtJ: 'kjPdhit tpl;L ehk; ntspNawhky;>
kjPdhTf;Fs; ,Ue;J nfhz;Nl ek;ik ghJfhj;Jf; nfhs;Nthk;.
Fiw\pfs; jq;fspd; uhZt Kfhk;fspNyNa jq;fpapUe;jhy;
vt;tpjg; gyidAk; milakhl;lhu;fs;. mtu;fs; jq;FtJ
mtu;fSf;Nf jPq;fhf mikAk;. mtu;fs; kjPdhTf;Fs; Eioa
Kad;why; K];ypk;fs; njU KidfspypUe;J mtu;fis vjpu;f;f
Ntz;Lk;. ngz;fs; tPl;Lf;F NkypUe;J jhf;f Ntz;Lk;."

egp (]y;) mtu;fs; $wpa ,J cz;ikapy; rhpahd mgpg;uhakhfTk;


,Ue;jJ.

eatQ;rfu;fspd; jiytdhd ,g;D cig egp (]y;) mtu;fspd;


,f;fUj;ijNa MNkhjpj;jhd;. mtd; f];u[; tkprj;jtu;fspd;
Kf;fpa gpuKfu;fspy; xUtd; vd;w mbg;gilapy; ,r;rigapy;
fye;jpUe;jhd;. uhZt uPjpahf egp (]y;) mtu;fspd; fUj;Jjhd;
kpfr; rhpahdJ vd;gjw;fhf ,g;D cig ,f;fUj;Jld; xj;Jg;
Nghftpy;iy. khwhf> mg;NghJjhd; vtUf;Fk; njhpahky;
NghhpypUe;J eOtptpl ,aYk; vd;gjw;fhfNt ,e;j MNyhridia
mtd; MNkhjpj;jhd;.

K];ypk;fs; Kd;dpiyapy; Kjy; Kiwahf mtDk;> mtdJ


Njhou;fSk; ,optila Ntz;Lk; mtu;fsJ epuhfhpg;igAk;>
eatQ;rfj;jdj;ijAk; kiwj;jpUe;j jpiu mtu;fis tpl;L
mfd;wpl Ntz;Lk; ,J ehs; tiu jq;fsJ rl;il igf;Fs;
CLUtp ,Ue;j tp\g; ghk;Gfis K];ypk;fs; jq;fSf;F rpukkhd
,e;Neuj;jpy; njhpe;J nfhs;s Ntz;Lk; vd;gjw;fhf my;yh`;
Kbit khw;wp mikj;jhd;.

gj;hpy; fyf;fhj egpj;Njhou;fspYk; kw;w egpj;Njhou;fspYk;


rpwg;Gkpf;f xU FOtpdu; ~kjPdhit tpl;L ntspNawp Nghu;
Ghptjw;F| egp (]y;) mtu;fsplk; MNyhridf; $wp> mij
typAWj;jTk; nra;jdu;. mtu;fspy; rpyu; ,g;gbAk; $wpdu;:

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'my;yh`;tpd; J}jNu! ,e;ehSf;fhf my;yh`;tplk; ehq;fs;


gpuhu;j;jid nra;J te;jJld;> ,g;gb xU ehis re;jpf;f kpFe;j
Mty; nfhz;bUe;Njhk;. my;yh`; me;ehis vq;fSf;F mUsp
,Uf;fpwhd;. Gwg;gLtjw;fhd Neuk; neUq;fptpl;lJ. vjphpia
Nehf;fpg; Gwg;gLq;fs;. ehk; mtu;fisg; ghu;j;J gae;J Nfhioahfp
tpl;ljhy;jhd; kjPdhit tpl;L ntspNaw tpy;iy vd;W mtu;fs;
vz;zptplf; $lhJ!"

,t;thW tPukhf Ngrpa egpj;Njhou;fspy; egp (]y;) mtu;fspd; rpwpa


je;ij `k;[h ,g;D mg;Jy; Kj;jypGk; xUtu;. ,tu; gj;u; Nghhpy;
fye;Jnfhz;L Nghw;wj;jf;f mstpy; gq;fhw;wpdhu;. ,tu; egp (]y;)
mtu;fsplk; 'cq;fs; kPJ Ntjj;ij ,wf;fpa my;yh`;tpd; kPJ
rj;jpakhf! kjPdhTf;F ntspapy; me;j vjphpfis vdJ thshy;
ntl;b tPo;j;jhj tiu ve;j czTk; rhg;gpl khl;Nld;" vd;W
rj;jpak; nra;jhu;. (]Puj;Jy; `y;gpa;ah)

czu;r;rpkpf;f ,e;j tPuu;fSf;fhf egp (]y;) mtu;fs; jq;fsJ


vz;zj;ij tpl;Lf; nfhLj;jhu;fs;. kjPdhit tpl;L ntspNawp
vjphpfisj; jpwe;j ikjhdj;jpy; re;jpf;fyhk; vd;w KbT
cWjpahdJ.

ENGLISH- THE SEALED NECTAR – MEMORIES OF THE PROPHET (PBUH)-AUTHOR- ISSAM DIAB

Dividing the Islamic Army into Phalanxes and Departure to the Battle-field

Ascending the pulpit at the Friday congregational prayer, the Prophet [pbuh] urged the
people in his sermon to fight courageously. "If you remain steadfast," he said "you will be
helped by the Power of the All- Mighty." Then he commanded his men to make ready for
the battle. Most of them rejoiced greatly.

He led the afternoon prayer with crowds of people. Then he entered his house
accompanied by his two friends Abu Bakr and ‘Umar. They helped him dress and wear
his headcloth. He armed himself and wore two armours one over the other. He wore his
sword and went out to meet people.

People were waiting for him impatiently. Sa‘d bin Mu‘adh and Usaid bin Hudair blamed
people for pressing on the Prophet [pbuh]. They said: "You have forced the Messenger of
Allâh [pbuh] to fight the enemy outside Madinah." Therefore they were determined to
leave the whole matter to the Prophet [pbuh], and blamed themselves for what they
had already done. When the Prophet [pbuh] came out, they said: "O Messenger of
Allâh, we should have not disagreed with you. So, you are free to do what you desire. If
you prefer to stay inside Madinah we will stay with you. Upon this the Messenger of Allâh
[pbuh] remarked: "It does not become a Prophet that once he had put on armour, he
should take it off, until Allâh has decided between him and the enemy." [Quoted by Ahmad,
Nasa'i, Hakim and Ibn Ishaq]

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The Prophet [pbuh] divided his army into three battalions:

1. Al-Muhajireen battalion, under the command of Mus‘ab bin ‘Umair Al-‘Abdari.


2. Al-Ansari-Aws battalion was commanded by Usaid bin Hudair.
3. Al-Ansari-Khazraj battalion with Al-Hubab bin Al-Mundhir to lead it.

The army consisted of a thousand fighters; a hundred of them armoured; another fifty
horsemen. [Al-Huda 2,92] He appointed Ibn Umm Maktum to lead the people in prayer in
Madinah. Departure was announced and the army moved northwards with the two
Sa‘ds, who were armoured, running in front of the army.

Upon passing along Al-Wada‘ mountain trail he saw a well-armed battalion, which were
detached from the main body of the army. The Prophet [pbuh] inquired who they were
and he was told that they were Jews and were allies of Al-Khazraj. They told him that
they wanted to contribute to the fight against the idolaters. "Have they embraced
Islam?" The Prophet [pbuh] asked. "No," they said. So he refused admitting them and said
that he would not seek the assistance of disbelievers against the idolaters.

Parading the Army

As soon as he reached a location called Ash-Shaikhan, he paraded his army. He


dismissed those whom he considered to be disabled or too young to stand the fight.
Among them were ‘Abdullah bin ‘Umar bin Al-Khattab. Usama bin Zaid; Usaid bin
Zaheer, Zaid bin Thabit, Zaid bin Arqam. ‘Araba bin Aws, ‘Amr bin Hazm, Abu Sa‘eed Al-
Khudri, Zaid bin Haritha Al-Ansari, Sa‘d bin Habba and Al-Barâ’ bin ‘Azib, Sahih Al-Bukhari
pointed out that he had shared in the fight that day.

The Messenger of Allâh [pbuh] allowed both Rafi‘ bin Khadaij and Samura bin Jundub to
join the army — though they were too young. The former proved to be skillful at shooting
arrows; the latter wrestled the former and beat him. The admission of Rafi‘ made Samura
say: "I am stronger than him, I can overcome him." When the Prophet [pbuh] heard this
saying he ordered them to wrestle. They did. Samura won so he was also admitted.

Passing the Night between Uhud and Madinah

As night fell upon them there, they performed both the sunset and the evening prayers
and spent the night there as well. Fifty people were chosen to guard the camp and go
round it. Muhammad bin Maslama Al-Ansari, the hero of the brigade of Ka‘b bin Al-
Ashraf, was in charge of the guards. Whereas Dhakwan bin ‘Abd Qais undertook the
responsibility of guarding the Prophet [pbuh], in particular.

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