Dawrah 2012 Recordings

BismiLlahir Rahmanir Rahim

wa salla Llah wa sallama ‘ala rasulih, wa ‘ala alihi wa sahbih wa tabi’ihi wa hizbih

We are pleased to bring to your attention that the Dawrah for this year has now begun, as of today (Sunday, 1st July). The rawhah sessions shall be a continuation of the study of Abu Talib al-Makki’s Qut al-Qulub (which Imam ‘Alawi b. ‘Ubaydi Llah b. al-Muhajir al-Husyani, ancestor of the Ba ‘Alawis was said to have studied with its author), in addition to readings of other spirituality-orientated books. This, as is customary, will be supplemented with a reading and explanation of a qasidah; this year, the poem chosen was one in which Imam ‘Abd ar-Rahman (b. ‘Ali b. Abi Bakr as-Sakran b. ‘Abd ar-Rahman as-Saqqaf Ba ‘Alawi) advised his student, ‘Abud. It is considered a succint summary of all that the traveller requires in his journey.

Thanks to ustadh Amin Buxton and his team (jazahum Allah khayran) who have made the Arabic and its translation available to the English-speaking audience: Download PDF

1) The post-fajr lessons, lasting until ishraq, explaining al-Qudwah al-Hasanah (of as-Sayyid al-Maliki) can be listened to and downloaded here. (al-Habib ‘Umar)

2) The rawhah lessons covering the poem are available here. (al-Habib ‘Umar)

3) The rawhah lessons covering the Qut al-Qulub are available here. (al-Habib ‘Umar)

4) The fiqh lessons covering Matn Abi Shuja’, begining from the section on the invalidators of Salah, are available here. (al-Habib ‘Ali al-Mash-hur)

5) The da’wah sessions with Habib ‘Ali can be found here.

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