Beautiful Quote from Imam al-Muraghi al-Azhari


قدموا لي أي شيء ينفع للناس وأنا آتيكم بسند له في الشريعة الإسلامية

Let’s see who can translate this?

Suhaib

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  1. Mohamed Ahmed says:

    “Bring me anything that benefits people and I will find a proof for it in the ‘shariah’ (law/way) of Islam”

  2. Nomad78 says:

    قدموا لي أي شيء ينفع للناس وأنا آتيكم بسند له في الشريعة الإسلامية
    It means “Present me with anything that is beneficial to people and I will bring you support for it from Islamic doctrine/Shariah”
    The author, in my humble opinion, is eluding to the fact that Islam is encompassing of all that is good to humans/humanity
    Salam

  3. Suhaib Webb says:

    Asalamu alaykum

    Great!

    Brothers please email our webmaster and we will send you some CDs for your efforts, inshallah.

    SDW

  4. Amatullah says:

    mashaAllah! I saw this too late : (

  5. SaqibSaab says:

    Awesome stuff, mA. Check out what Google Translate gave me:

    I have nothing good to the people and I come to you with authority in the Islamic Sharia.

    I think it are teh fail?

  6. z says:

    “Give me anything that benefits mankind and I’ll give you it’s sanad in the shari’ah”

    - i would say sanad is by know a mustalah engliziyy among the students. if not:

    “Give me anything that benefits mankind and I’ll give you a source for it in the Shari’ah”

    (i think this would probably be a better way of translating it, simply because it has something of the arabic’s linguistic power. this sounds more like something that would be said than formally written, and in a speech the above would be more suitable than a formal english translation, w’Allahu a’lam).

  7. Jinan says:

    Oh man I saw this late too! :(

  8. khaled says:

    Give me anything benefits mankind, and I’ll show you it’s reference in Islamic law [Shari'a].

  9. bint Ali says:

    ohh i’m like 24 hours late on getting a CD!

    may Allah keep you strong for us Sheikh Suheib :-)

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