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1. Al-Fatihah (1) 2. Al-Baqarah (2) 3. Al-Baqarah (2) 4.         " 5.         " 6.         " 7.         " 8.         " 9.         " 10.         " 11.         " 12.         " 13.         " 14.         " 15.         " 16.         " 17.         " 18.         " 19.         " 20.         " 21.         " 22.         " 23.         " 24.         " 25.         " 26.         " 27.         " 28.         " 29.         " 30.         " 31.         " 32.         " 33.         " 34.         " 35.         " 36.         " 37.         " 38.         " 39.         " 40.         " 41.         " 42.         " 43.         " 44.         " 45.         " 46.         " 47.         " 48.         " 49.         " 50. Ali Imran (3)

 

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51. Ali Imran (3) 52. Ali Imran (3) 53.         " 54.         " 55.         " 56.         " 57.         " 58.         " 59.         " 60.         " 61.         " 62.         " 63.         " 64.         " 65.         " 66.         " 67.         " 68.         " 69.         " 70.         " 71.         " 72.         " 73.         " 74.         " 75.         " 76.         " 77. An-Nisa' (4) 78. An-Nisa' (4) 79.         " 80.         " 81.         " 82.         " 83.         " 84.         " 85.         " 86.         " 87.         " 88.         " 89.         " 90.         " 91.         " 92.         " 93.         " 94.         " 95.         " 96.         " 97.         " 98.         " 99.         " 100.         "

 

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101. An-Nisaa' 102. An-Nisaa' 103.         " 104.         " 105.         " 106. Al-Maa'idah (5) 107. Al-Maa'idah 108.         " 109.         " 110.         " 111.         " 112.         " 113.         " 114.         " 115.         " 116.         " 117.         " 118.         " 119.         " 120.         " 121.         " 122.         " 123.         " 124.         " 125.         " 126.         " 127.         " 128. Al-An'aam (6) 129. Al-An'aam 130.         " 131.         " 132.         " 133.         " 134.         " 135.         " 136.         " 137.         " 138.         " 139.         " 140.         " 141.         " 142.         " 143.         " 144.         " 145.         " 146.         " 147.         " 148.         " 149.         " 150.         "

 

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151. Al-A'raaf (7) 152. Surah Al-A'raaf 153.         " 154.         " 155.         " 156.         " 157.         " 158.         " 159.         " 160.         " 161.         " 162.         " 163.         " 164.         " 165.         " 166.         " 167.         " 168.         " 169.         " 170.         " 171.         " 172.         " 173.         " 174.         " 175.         " 176.         " 177. Al-Anfaal (8) 178. Surah Al-Anfaal 179.         " 180.         " 181.         " 182.         " 183.         " 184.         " 185.         " 186.         " 187. At-Taubah (9) 188. Surah At-Taubah 189.         " 190.         " 191.         " 192.         " 193.         " 194.         " 195.         " 196.         " 197.         " 198.         " 199.         " 200.         "

 

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201. At-Taubah 202. At-Taubah 203.         " 204.         " 205.         " 206.         " 207.         " 208. Yunus (10) 209. Yunus 210.         " 211.         " 212.         " 213.         " 214.         " 215.         " 216.         " 217.         " 218.         " 219.         " 220.         " 221. Hud (11) 222. Hud 223.         " 224.         " 225.         " 226.         " 227.         " 228.         " 229.         " 230.         " 231.         " 232.         " 233.         " 234.         " 235. Yusuf (12) 236. Yusuf 237.         " 238.         " 239.         " 240.         " 241.         " 242.         " 243.         " 244.         " 245.         " 246.         " 247.         " 248.         " 249. Ar-Ra'd (13) 250. Ar-Ra'd

 

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251. Ar-Ra'd 252. Ar-Ra'd 253.         " 254.         " 255. Ibrahim (14) 256. Ibrahim 257.         " 258.         " 259.         " 260.         " 261.         " 262. Al-Hijr (15) 263. Al-Hijr 264.         " 265.         " 266.         " 267. Al-Nahl (16) 268. Al-Nahl 269.         " 270.         " 271.         " 272.         " 273.         " 274.         " 275.         " 276.         " 277.         " 278.         " 279.         " 280.         " 281.         " 282. Al-Israa' (17) 283. Al-Israa' 284.         " 285.         " 286.         " 287.         " 288.         " 289.         " 290.         " 291.         " 292.         " 293. Al-Kahfi (18) 294. Al-Kahfi 295.         " 296.         " 297.         " 298.         " 299.         " 300.         "

 

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301. Al-Kahfi 302. Al-Kahfi 303.         " 304.         " 305. Maryam (19) 306. Maryam 307.         " 308.         " 309.         " 310.         " 311.         " 312. Taha (20) 313. Taha 314.         " 315.         " 316.         " 317.         " 318.         " 319.         " 320.         " 321.         " 322. Al-Anbiyaa' (21) 323. Al-Anbiyaa' 324.         " 325.         " 326.         " 327.         " 328.         " 329.         " 330.         " 331.         " 332. Al-Hajj (22) 333. Al-Hajj 334.         " 335.         " 336.         " 337.         " 338.         " 339.         " 340.         " 341.         " 342. Al-Mu'minuun (23) 343. Al-Mu'minuun 344.         " 345.         " 346.         " 347.         " 348.         " 349.         " 350. An-Nuur (24)

 

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351. An-Nuur (24) 352. An-Nuur (24) 353.         " 354.         " 355.         " 356.         " 357.         " 358.         " 359. Al-Furqaan (25) 360. Al-Furqaan (25) 361.         " 362.         " 363.         " 364.         " 365.         " 366.         " 367. Asy-Syu'araa' (26) 368. Asy-Syu'araa' 369.         " 370.         " 371.         " 372.         " 373.         " 374.         " 375.         " 376.         " 377. An-Naml (27) 378. An-Naml 379.         " 380.         " 381.         " 382.         " 383.         " 384.         " 385. Al-Qasas (28) 386. Al-Qasas 387.         " 388.         " 389.         " 390.         " 391.         " 392.         " 393.         " 394.         " 395.         " 396. Al-'Ankabuut (29) 397. Al-'Ankabuut 398.         " 399.         " 400.         "

 

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401. Al-'Ankabut 402. Al-'Ankabut 403.         " 404. Ar-Rum (30) 405. Ar-Rum 406.         " 407.         " 408.         " 409.         " 410.         " 411. Luqman (31) 412. Luqman 413.         " 414.         " 415. As-Sajdah (32) 416. As-Sajdah 417.         " 418. Al-Ahzab (33) 419. Al-Ahzab 420.         " 421.         " 422.         " 423.         " 424.         " 425.         " 426.         " 427.         " 428. Saba' (34) 429. Saba' 430.         " 431.         " 432.         " 433.         " 434. Faatir (35) 435. Faatir 436.         " 437.         " 438.         " 439.         " 440. Ya Siin (36) 441. Ya Siin 442.         " 443.         " 444.         " 445.         " 446. As-Saaffaat (37) 447. As-Saaffaat 448.         " 449.         " 450.         "

 

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451. As-Saaffaat 452. As-Saaffaat 453. Saad (38) 454. Saad 455.         " 456.         " 457.         " 458. Az-Zumar (39) 459. Az-Zumar 460.         " 461.         " 462.         " 463.         " 464.         " 465.         " 466.         " 467. Ghaafir (40) 468. Ghaafir 469.         " 470.         " 471.         " 472.         " 473.         " 474.         " 475.         " 476.         " 477. Fussilat (41) 478. Fussilat 479.         " 480.         " 481.         " 482.         " 483. Asy-Syuura (42) 484. Asy-Syuura 485.         " 486.         " 487.         " 488.         " 489. Az-Zukhruf (43) 490. Az-Zukhruf 491.         " 492.         " 493.         " 494.         " 495.         " 496. Ad-Dukhaan (44) 497. Ad-Dukhaan 498.         " 499. Al-Jaathiyah (45) 500. Al-Jaathiyah

 

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501. Al-Jaathiyah 502. Al-Ahqaaf (46) 503. Al-Ahqaaf 504.         " 505.         " 506.         " 507. Muhammad (47) 508. Muhammad 509.         " 510.         " 511. Al-Fat-h (48) 512. Al-Fat-h 513.         " 514.         " 515. Al-Hujuraat (49) 516. Al-Hujuraat 517.         " 518. Qaaf (50) 519. Qaaf 520. Adz-Dzaariyaat (51) 521. Adz-Dzaariyaat 522.         " 523. At-Tuur (52) 524. At-Tuur 525.         " 526. An-Najm (53) 527. An-Najm 528. Al-Qamar (54) 529. Al-Qamar 530.         " 531. Ar-Rahmaan (55) 532. Ar-Rahmaan 533.         " 534. Al-Waaqi'ah (56) 535. Al-Waaqi'ah 536.         " 537. Al-Hadiid (57) 538. Al-Hadiid 539.         " 540.         " 541.         " 542. Al-Mujaadalah (58) 543. Al-Mujaadalah 544.         " 545. Al-Hasy-r (59) 546. Al-Hasy-r 547.         " 548.         " 549. Al-Mumtahanah (60) 550. Al-Mumtahanah

 

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551. As-Soff (61) 552. As-Soff 553. Al-Jumu'ah (62) 554. Al-Munafiqun (63) 555. Al-Munafiqun (63) 556. At-Taghobun (64) 557. At-Taghobun (64) 558. At-Tolaaq (65) 559. At-Tolaaq (65) 560. At-Tahrim (66) 561. At-Tahrim (66) 562. Al-Mulk (67) 563. Al-Mulk (67) 564. Al-Qolam (68) 565. Al-Qolam (68) 566. Al-Haaqqah (69) 567. Al-Haaqqah (69) 568. Al-Ma'arij (70) 569. Al-Ma'arij (70) 570. Nuh (71) 571. Nuh (71) 572. Al-Jinn (72) 573. Al-Jinn (72) 574. Al-Muzzammil (73) 575. Al-Muddassir (74) 576. Al-Muddassir (74) 577. Al-Qiyamah (75) 578. Al-Insaan (76) 579. Al-Insaan (76) 580. Al-Mursalat (77) 581. Al-Mursalat 582. An-Naba' (78) 583. An-Nazi'aat (79) 584. An-Nazi'aat 585. 'Abasa (80) 586. At-Takwir (81) 587. Al-Infithor (82) 588. Al-Muthoffifin 589. Al-Insyiqaq (84) 590. Al-Buruj (85) 591. At-Thoriq (86) 592. Al-Ghosyiah (88) 593. Al-Fajr (89) 594. Al-Balad (90) 595. Asy-Syams (91) 596. Ad-Dhuha (93) 597. At-Tin (95) 598. Al-Qadr (97) 599. Az-Zalzalah (99) 600. Al-Qori'ah (101) 601. Al-'Asr (103) 602. Quraisy (106) 603. Al-Kafirun (109) 604. Al-Ikhlas (112)

 

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Al Khulafa Mosque, Baghdad 

Instead of finding a refuge at Medina as promised, al-Musta'in found himself kept in Baghdad. There he was put to death on 17 October 866 by the order of al-Mu'tazz. Carrying al-Musta'in's head to the Caliph, "Here," cried the executioner, "behold thy cousin's head!" "Lay it aside," answered al-Mu'tazz who was playing chess,—"till I have finished the game." And then, having satisfied himself that it was really al-Musta'in's head, he commanded 500 pieces to be given to the assassin as his reward.

MALABO NEW MOSQUE 

Mahlab attends inauguration of Malabo new mosque

Arab Today, arab today Mahlab attends inauguration of Malabo new mosque.

Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab of Egypt

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President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea

Malabo - MENA

Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab attended Tuesday the inauguration of Malabo new mosque with Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

Equatorial Guinea contributed to providing an area of land to build the 2500 sq. meter mosque.

Mahlab gave directions to the Egyptian Awqaf Ministry to provide preachers and imams to this mosque as part of Egypt’s role to spread the teachings of Islam.

According to many different sources, there is evidence of large-scale dumping of toxic waste on the remote island of Annobon, at least during the 1980s and 1990s. The German edition of Der Spiegel on 28 August 2006 reported that the government of Equatorial Guinea sold permits to UK and US companies to bury 10 million metric tons of toxic waste and 7 million metric tons of radioactive waste on the island of Annobón. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, president of Equatorial Guinea, supposedly receives 200 million US dollars per year for renewed permits, while the population of Annobón lives in extreme poverty. The report also showed evidence that the whole island's ecosystem is about to collapse due to the massive waste dumping.

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1. TAJWEED: TARANNUM

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2.TRANSLATIONS: COMMENTARIES

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A .... ARABIC

Tafsir Muyassar تفسير المیسر

B .... ENGLISH

Saheeh International

C ..... ENGLISH

Basmeih

D ..... CHINESE

Ma Jian

E ...... ARABIC: ENGLISH: ENGLISH: CHINESE

Tafsir Muyassar تفسير المیسر: Saheeh International: Basmeih: Ma Jian
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Celik Tafsir


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Tafsir Muyassar: تفسير المیسر

 

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Saheeh International

 

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Ma Jian

 

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E ...... ARABIC: ENGLISH: ENGLISH: CHINESE

Tafsir Muyassar تفسير المیسر: Saheeh International: Basmeih: Ma Jian

 

 

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3. LEARN ARABIC: OTHER LANGUAGES


 

فعل

مجهول

مضارع

فعل

مجهول

ماض

فعل

معلوم

مضارع

فعل

معلوم

ماض

 

يفعل

فعل

يفعل

فعل

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يفعل

فعل

يفعل

فعل

II

يفاعل

فوعل

يفاعل

فاعل

III

يفعل

أفعل

يفعل

أفعل

IV

يتفعل

تفعل

يتفعل

تفعل

V

يتفاعل

تفوعل

يتفاعل

تفاعل

VI

ينفعل

أنفعل

ينفعل

إنفعل

VII

يفتعل

أفتعل

يفتعل

إفتعل

VIII

يفعل

أفعل

يفعل

إفعل

IX

يستفعل

أستفعل

يستفعل

إستفعل

X

 

مصدر

فعل

النهي

فعل

الأمر

 

فعل

لاتفعل

إفعل

 I

تفعيل

لاتفعل

فعل

II

مفاعلة

لاتفاعل

فاعل

III

إفعال

لاتفعل

أفعل

IV

تفعل

لاتتفعل

تفعل

V

تفاعل

لاتتفاعل

تفاعل

VI

إنفعال

لاتنفعل

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VII

إفتعال

لاتفتعل

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VIII

إفعلال

 

 

IX

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لاتستفعل

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X

 

إسم

الألة

إسم

المكن

الزمان

إسم

المفعول

إسم

الفاعل

 

مفعل

مفعل

مفعول

فاعل

I

 

مفعل

مفعل

مفعل

II

 

مفاعل

مفاعل

مفاعل

III

 

مفعل

مفعل

مفعل

IV

 

متفعل

متفعل

متفعل

V

 

متفاعل

متفاعل

متفاعل

VI

 

منفعل

منفعل

منفعل

VII

 

مفتعل

مفتعل

مفتعل

VIII

 

مفعل

مفعل

مفعل

IX

 

مستفعل

مستفعل

مستفعل

X

 

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4. ANSWERING CRITIQUES ON ISLAM

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5. DO NOT BE HIKMAH

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8. Dakwah Songs

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User Guide

HAFALAN & ULANGAN ...... KAEDAH QAWAN - ada 10 Level

All the Koran in the world is printed on 604 pages. The Qawan Method divides the Qur'an into six parts.

Method of choosing a partner .....    

1.Install pages between 2 constituents.

2.The word is not long.

3. Suitable for reading in the first and second rakaat prayers.

4. Suitable for the tazkirah after prayer.

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LEVEL 1

6 Horizontal Section (Horizontal - H)

Just a pair of pages between 2 constituents.

Saturday: ms 1- 100      

Sunday: ms 101 - 200

First Day: pg. 201 - 300

Tuesday: ms 301 - 400

Wednesday: ms 401 - 500

Thursday: ms 501 - 604

Friday: Review all just able

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6 Vertical Parts (V) 

Only the pair of pages (ms) of the entire Qur'an, between 2 constituents that end up with a certain number

H.Sabtu: ms end 01-02

H Sunday: ms end 21-22

H.Nnin: ms end 41-42

H.Selasa: ms end 61-62

H.Rabu: ms end 81-82

H.Khamis: ms end of 99-00

Friday: Review all just able

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DAILY REMINDER

1. QURAN                                             

404: Al Ankabut 29: 69

  والذين جاهدوا فينا لنهدينهم سبلنا وإن الله لمع المحسنين

507: Muhammad 47: 7

  يا أيها الذين آمنوا إن تنصروا الله ينصركم ويثبت أقدامكم

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2. HADITH                                             

HR Imam Malik in Al Muwatta
"تركت فيكم أمرين لن تضلوا ما تمسكتم بهما كتاب الله وسنة نبيه

HR Abu Daud & Termidhi ... Hadith Hasan Sahih
فعليكم بسنتي وسنة الخلفاء الراشدين المهديين. 

HR Muslim
"إذا مات الأنسان انقطع عمله إلا من ثلاث: صدقة جارية, أو علم ينتفع به, أو ولد صالح يدعو له"

HR Bukhari
"خيركم من تعلم القرآن وعلمه"

HR Termizi .... Hadith Hasan Sahih
"يا أيها الناس أفشوا السلام, وأطعموا الطعام, وصلوا الأرحام وصلوا والناس نيام, تدخلوا الجنة بسلام"

Sunan Ibn Majah ..... Grade Hasan (Darussalam)
ثم قال: يا رسول الله أى المؤمنين أفضل قال: "أحسنهم خلقا". قال فأى المؤمنين أكيس قال: " أكثرهم للموت ذكرا وأحسنهم لما بعده استعدادا أولئك الأكياس "

(Hadith ini muttafaq 'alaih)

اليد العليا خير من اليد السفلى

HR Bukhari

وإن أحب الأعمال إلى الله ما دام وإن قل

 

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3. HELP OF PROPHET & SAHABAT         

History of success in early Islam during the time of the Prophet and Caliph Ar Rasyidin: 

       Metallic fittings ...... less

       Conformity ....... is high

       Ten Companions of the Prophet who are guaranteed paradise ..... the rich majority, but generous .... especially Abdurrahman bin Auf RA ..... The FATONAH looking for opportunities to be the above hands 

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سورة الرعد ١٣الجزء ١٣

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ﭾﭿﮀﮁﮂﮃﮄﮅ
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ﮐﮑﮒﮓﮔﮕﮖﮗﮘ
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ﮙﮚﮛﮜﮝﮞﮟﮠﮡﮢﮣﮤﮥ
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ﮦﮧﮨﮩﮪﮫﮬﮭﮮﮯ
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ﮰﮱﯓﯔﯕﯖﯗﯘﯙﯚﯛﯜ
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ﯝﯞﯟﯠﯡﯢﯣﯤﯥﯦﯧﯨ
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ﯩﯪﯫﯬﯭﯮﯯﯰﯱﯲﯳ
1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10| and say
dan berkata
ﯴﯵﯶﯷﯸﯹﯺﯻﯼﯽﯾﯿﰀ
those who
mereka yang | disbelieve
tak percaya | why not
kenapa tidak | sent down
diturunkan | onto him (Muhammad)
ke atasnya (Muhammad)| a sign (miracle)
satu tanda (mukjizat)|from
dari | his Lord
Tuhannya| | (Oh Muhammad) say (to your nation)
( Oh Muhammad) katakan (pada umat engkau) | indeed
sesungguhnya | Allah
Allah | misguide
menyesatkan |
ﰁﰂﰃﰄﰅﰆﰇﰈﰉﰊ
who
siapa | 2 meanings : He Allah Who wants or he mankind who wants
2 makna : Dia Allah yang mahu atau dia manusia yang mahu | and He guides
dan Dia beri petunjuk | to Him (to His religion)
kepadaNya (kepada AgamaNya) | who
siapa yang | return / repent
kembali / bertaubat | 27 | those who
mereka yang | believe
percaya | and get peace
dan dapat ketenangan |
ﰋﰌﰍﰎﰏﰐﰑﰒﰓﰔ
their hearts
hati-hati mereka | by remembering (and at the same time, obeying)
dengan mengingati (dan pada masa yang sama, taat) | Allah
Allah | | isn't it not (know that)
adakah tidak (ketahuilah) | by remembering (at the same time, obeying
dengan mengingati (pada masa yang sama, taat) | Allah
Allah | will get peace
akan dapat ketenangan | the hearts (of the believers)
hati-hati (orang yang percaya) |10|

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ﭑﭒﭓﭔﭕﭖﭗﭘﭙﭚﭛﭜﭝ
(Only) For Him (Allah)
(Hanya) KepadaNya (Allah) | the invocation/the worship
doa/ibadat | which is true
yang benar | | and those who
dan mereka yang | invoke/worship
berdoa/menyembah |from
dari | other than Him Allah
selain Dia Allah | they (idols) are unable
mereka (berhala berhala) tidak boleh | to answer the invocation
untuk memakbul doa | for them
untuk mereka | with a thing
dengan satu benda | except
kecuali
ﭞﭟﭠﭡﭢﭣﭤﭥﭦﭧﭨﭩﭪ
as if like a person who spread
seolah olah seperti seorang yang menadah| his two palms
dua tapak tangannya | towards
kearah | the water (which is far)
air (yang jauh) | for it (the water) to reach
untuk dia (air) sampai | his (the invoker's) mouth
mulutnya (si pendoa) | and cannot
dan tidak boleh | he (the water)
ia (air) | reach to it (his mouth)
sampai kepadanya (mulutnya) | | and not
dan tidak | invocation/worship
doa/ibadat | (of) the disbelievers
(dari) orang orang yang tak percaya
ﭫﭬﭭﭮﭯﭰﭱﭲﭳﭴﭵ
except
kecuali | in
dalam | misguidance
kesesatan | 14 | and (only) to Allah
dan (hanya) kepada Allah | prostrates
sujud | whoever / whatever
siapa saja / apa saja | at
di | the skies (universe)
semua langit (alam semesta)| and the Earth
dan Bumi | willingly (like the believers)
secara suka rela (seperti orang mukmin)
ﭶﭷﭸﭹﭺﭻﭼﭽﭾﭿ
and unwillingly (like the hypocrites)
dan secara terpaksa (macam orang munafik)| and (also prostrate or obey) their shadow
dan (juga sujud) bayang-bayang mereka | in the morning
pada waktu pagi | and in the afternoon
dan pada waktu petang| | 15 |7|8|9|10|
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ﯨﯩﯪﯫﯬﯭﯮﯯﯰﯱﯲﯳ
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Quranic Knowledge  

      

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Geo - Mosque News & Stay ... more

No mosque found in Sao Tome

Hist - Mosque News & Stay ...

The Great Mosque of Samarra (Arabic: جَامِع سَامَرَّاء ٱلْكَبِيْر‎)  is a mosque from the 9th century CE located in SamarraIraq. The mosque was commissioned in 848 and completed in 851 by the Abbasid caliph Al-Mutawakkil who reigned (in Samarra) from 847 until 861. The mosque is located within the 15,058-hectare (37,210-acre) Samarra Archaeological City UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed in 2007.

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SÃO TOMÉ AND PRINCIPE

The Pico Cão Grande The Pico Cão Grande  (Portuguese for "Great Dog Peak") is a landmark needle-shaped volcanic plug peak, in the south of Sao Tome Island.Total population of about 181,000, has about 5,500 Muslim, about 3 percent of the population. The majority (an estimated 80 percent) are Roman Catholics; São Tomé and Príncipe was for many years a colony of Portugal , which is overwhelmingly Catholic.

There are also no known mosques, madrasahs or other Muslim organizations operating in the country.PEOPLE AND CULTURE

People are genuinely friendly to strangers. From a tourist perspective this is clearly one of the few places in the world where he can meet - and become a real friend - with the locals.

About 137.500 people live in Sao Tome and 6,000 in Principe. All are descended from various groups that have migrated to the islands since 1485. It includes descendants of Angolan slaves who survived a 1540 shipwreck; descendants of freed slaves and indentured laborers from Angola, Mozambique, and Cape Verd; and Europeans (primarily Portuguese).

Fort Sao Sebastiao, was built in 1575 and was the first fort in the island of São Tomé.

Sao Tome and Principe has a strong cultural legacy. In the capital city, the National Museum, located in 400-year-old Fort Sao Sebastiao, tells the island’s history. While Portuguese is the official language of Sao Tome, various creole dialects are also used. Forro is spoken throughout the country and Lunguyê is spoken on Principe. The population is estimated to be about 80% Catholic, 15% Protestant, 3% Muslim, and 2% atheist.
Sao Tomeans are known for ússua and socopé rhythms, while Principe is home to the dêxa beat. These African rhythms, and their associate dances, resonate with distinct influences from Portuguese ballroom music and dance. Tchiloli and Auto de Floripes are epic street theater performances that are authentic anachronisms from the colonial culture adapted to modern Africa. Auto de Floripes involves the entire population of Principe in the dramatic battle between Christians and Moors. The dança congo is similarly a combination of music, dance and theatre. Several theater companies perform in the capital and tour the provinces

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Geo - MOSQUE NEWS & Stay

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1. TAJWEED: TARANNUM

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2.TRANSLATIONS: COMMENTARIES

 

A .... ARABIC

Tafsir Muyassar تفسير المیسر

B .... ENGLISH

Saheeh International

C ..... ENGLISH

Basmeih

D ..... CHINESE

Ma Jian

E ...... ARABIC: ENGLISH: ENGLISH: CHINESE

Tafsir Muyassar تفسير المیسر: Saheeh International: Basmeih: Ma Jian
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Celik Tafsir

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A ..... ARABIC

Tafsir Muyassar: تفسير المیسر

 

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B .... ENGLISH

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E ...... ARABIC: ENGLISH: ENGLISH: CHINESE

Tafsir Muyassar تفسير المیسر: Saheeh International: Basmeih: Ma Jian

 

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3. LEARN ARABIC: OTHER LANGUAGES

 

فعل

مجهول

مضارع

فعل

مجهول

ماض

فعل

معلوم

مضارع

فعل

معلوم

ماض

 

يفعل

فعل

يفعل

فعل

 I

يفعل

فعل

يفعل

فعل

II

يفاعل

فوعل

يفاعل

فاعل

III

يفعل

أفعل

يفعل

أفعل

IV

يتفعل

تفعل

يتفعل

تفعل

V

يتفاعل

تفوعل

يتفاعل

تفاعل

VI

ينفعل

أنفعل

ينفعل

إنفعل

VII

يفتعل

أفتعل

يفتعل

إفتعل

VIII

يفعل

أفعل

يفعل

إفعل

IX

يستفعل

أستفعل

يستفعل

إستفعل

X

 

مصدر

فعل

النهي

فعل

الأمر

 

فعل

لاتفعل

إفعل

 I

تفعيل

لاتفعل

فعل

II

مفاعلة

لاتفاعل

فاعل

III

إفعال

لاتفعل

أفعل

IV

تفعل

لاتتفعل

تفعل

V

تفاعل

لاتتفاعل

تفاعل

VI

إنفعال

لاتنفعل

إنفعل

VII

إفتعال

لاتفتعل

إفتعل

VIII

إفعلال

 

 

IX

إستفعال

لاتستفعل

إستفعل

X

 

إسم

الألة

إسم

المكن

الزمان

إسم

المفعول

إسم

الفاعل

 

مفعل

مفعل

مفعول

فاعل

I

 

مفعل

مفعل

مفعل

II

 

مفاعل

مفاعل

مفاعل

III

 

مفعل

مفعل

مفعل

IV

 

متفعل

متفعل

متفعل

V

 

متفاعل

متفاعل

متفاعل

VI

 

منفعل

منفعل

منفعل

VII

 

مفتعل

مفتعل

مفتعل

VIII

 

مفعل

مفعل

مفعل

IX

 

مستفعل

مستفعل

مستفعل

X

 

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5. DAKWAH BIL HIKMAH

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6. REVERTER STORY

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8. Dakwah Songs

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USER GUIDE

 

HAFALAN & ULANGAN ...... KAEDAH QAWAN - ada 10 Level

All the Koran in the world is printed on 604 pages. The Qawan Method divides the Qur'an into six parts.

Method of choosing a partner .....    

1.Install pages between 2 constituents.

2.The word is not long.

3. Suitable for reading in the first and second rakaat prayers.

4. Suitable for the tazkirah after prayer.

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LEVEL 1

6 Horizontal Section (Horizontal - H)

Just a pair of pages between 2 constituents.

Saturday: ms 1- 100      

Sunday: ms 101 - 200

First Day: pg. 201 - 300

Tuesday: ms 301 - 400

Wednesday: ms 401 - 500

Thursday: ms 501 - 604

Friday: Review all just able

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6 Vertical Parts (V) 

Only the pair of pages (ms) of the entire Qur'an, between 2 constituents that end up with a certain number

H.Sabtu: ms end 01-02

H Sunday: ms end 21-22

H.Nnin: ms end 41-42

H.Selasa: ms end 61-62

H.Rabu: ms end 81-82

H.Khamis: ms end of 99-00

Friday: Review all just able

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DAILY REMINDER

1. Quran & Hadith

2. Seerah 

3. Tabligh 6 points

4. Renowned local preachers

5. Renowned foreign preachers

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1. QURAN & HADITH

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1: Al Fatihah: 6

  اهدنا الصراط المستقيم

HR Bukhari

وإن أحب الأعمال إلى الله ما دام وإن قل

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7: Al Baqarah 2: 43

 وأقيموا الصلاة وآتوا الزكاة واركعوا مع الراكعين

HR Muslim

صلاة الجماعة أفضل من صلاة الفذ بسبع وعشرين درجة

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22: Al Baqarah 2: 143

وكذلك جعلناكم أمة وسطا لتكونوا شهداء على الناس ويكون الرسول عليكم شهيدا 

HR Ibn Mājah: Sahih (Al-Albani)     

"إن الله لا يمل حتى تملوا    

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52: Ali Imran 3: 19

إن الدين عند الله الإسلام

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63: Ali Imran 3: 104         

ولتكن منكم أمة يدعون إلى الخير ويأمرون بالمعروف وينهون عن المنكر وأولئك هم المفلحون

HR Muslim

 من دل على خير, فله مثل أجر فاعله 

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64: Ali Imran 3: 110

كنتم خير أمة أخرجت للناس تأمرون بالمعروف وتنهون عن المنكر وتؤمنون بالله .... 

HR Muslim

من رأى منكم منكرا فليغيره بيده, فإن لم يستطع فبلسانه, فإن لم يستطع فبقلبه, وذلك أضعف الإيمان

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74: Ali Imran 3: 185

كل نفس ذائقة الموت 

Sunan Ibn Majah ..... Grade Hasan (Darussalam)
ثم قال: يا رسول الله أى المؤمنين أفضل قال: "أحسنهم خلقا". قال فأى المؤمنين أكيس قال: " أكثرهم للموت ذكرا وأحسنهم لما بعده استعدادا أولئك الأكياس "

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87: Al Nisaa '4: 59

يا أيها الذين آمنوا أطيعوا الله وأطيعوا الرسول وأولي الأمر منكم فإن تنازعتم في شيء فردوه إلى الله والرسول إن كنتم تؤمنون بالله واليوم الآخر ذلك خير وأحسن تأويلا

HR Imam Malik in Al Muwatta
"تركت فيكم أمرين لن تضلوا ما تمسكتم بهما كتاب الله وسنة نبيه

HR Abu Daud & Termidhi ... Hadith Hasan Sahih
فعليكم بسنتي وسنة الخلفاء الراشدين المهديين. 

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107: Al Maidah 5: 3

اليوم أكملت لكم دينكم وأتممت عليكم نعمتي ورضيت لكم الإسلام دينا             

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134: Al An'am 6: 54

.وإذا جاءك الذين يؤمنون بآياتنا فقل سلام عليكم  

HR Termizi .... Hadith Hasan Sahih
"يا أيها الناس أفشوا السلام, وأطعموا الطعام, وصلوا الأرحام وصلوا والناس نيام, تدخلوا الجنة بسلام"

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342: Al Mu'minun 23: 1-2

1.قد أفلح المؤمنون

2. الذين هم في صلاتهم خاشعون 

HR Imam Malik

وأسوأ السرقة الذي يسرق صلاته ". قالوا وكيف يسرق صلاته يا رسول الله قال" لا يتم ركوعها ولا سجودها

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404: Al Ankabut 29: 69

  والذين جاهدوا فينا لنهدينهم سبلنا وإن الله لمع المحسنين

420: Al Ahzab 33: 21

لقد كان لكم في رسول الله أسوة حسنة لمن كان يرجو الله واليوم الآخر وذكر الله كثيرا

507: Muhammad 47: 7

  يا أيها الذين آمنوا إن تنصروا الله ينصركم ويثبت أقدامكم

560: And Tahrim 66: 6

أنفسكم وأهليكم نارا وقودها الناس والحجارة عليها ملائكة غلاظ شداد لا يعصون الله ما أمرهم ويفعلون ما يؤمرون

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2. HADITH      

2: HR Tirmidhi

مفتاح الجنة الصلاة ومفتاح الصلاة الوضوء

19: HR Bukhari
"خيركم من تعلم القرآن وعلمه"

HR Muslim
"إذا مات الأنسان انقطع عمله إلا من ثلاث: صدقة جارية, أو علم ينتفع به, أو ولد صالح يدعو له"

 

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(HR Bukhari & Muslim: muttafaq 'alaih)

اليد العليا خير من اليد السفلى

HR Bukhari

بلغوا عنى ولو اية

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3. SEARCH 

Narrated 'Abdur-Rahman bin' Awf:

that the Messenger of Allah said: "Abu Bakr is in Paradise, 'Umar is in Paradise,' Uthman is in Paradise, 'Ali is in Paradise, Talhah is in Paradise, Az-Zubair is in Paradise,' Abdur- Rahman bin 'Awf is in Paradise, Sa'd bin Abi Waqqas is in Paradise, Sa'eed is in Paradise, and Abu' Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah is in Paradise. " 

حدثنا قتيبة, حدثنا عبد العزيز بن محمد, عن عبد الرحمن بن حميد, عن أبيه, عن عبد الرحمن بن عوف, قال قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم "أبو بكر في الجنة وعمر في الجنة وعثمان في الجنة وعلي في الجنة وطلحة في الجنة والزبير في الجنة وعبد الرحمن بن عوف في الجنة وسعد في الجنة وسعيد في الجنة وأبو عبيدة بن الجراح في الجنة ".

Grade Sahih  (Darussalam)  

English reference  : Vol. 1, Book 46, Hadith 3747
Arabic reference  : Book 49, Hadith 4112

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Narrated Sa'id ibn Zayd:

AbdurRahman ibn al-Akhnas said that when he was in the mosque, a man mentioned Ali (may Allah be pleased with him). So Sa'id ibn Zayd got up and said: I bear witness to the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) that I heard him say: Ten persons will go to Paradise: The Prophet (ﷺ) will go to Paradise, AbuBakr will go to Paradise , Umar will go to Paradise, Uthman will go to Paradise, Ali will go to Paradise, Talhah will go to Paradise: az-Zubayr ibn al-Awwam will go to paradise, Sa'd ibn Malik will go to Paradise, and AbdurRahman ibn Awf will go to Paradise. If I wish, I can mention the tenth. The People asked: Who is he: So he kept silence. The again asked: Who is he: He replied: He is Sa'id ibn Zayd.

حدثنا حفص بن عمر النمري, حدثنا شعبة, عن الحر بن الصياح, عن عبد الرحمن بن الأخنس, أنه كان في المسجد فذكر رجل عليا عليه السلام فقام سعيد بن زيد فقال أشهد على رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم أني سمعته وهو يقول "عشرة في الجنة النبي في الجنة وأبو بكر في الجنة وعمر في الجنة وعثمان في الجنة وعلي في الجنة وطلحة في الجنة والزبير بن العوام في الجنة وسعد بن مالك في الجنة وعبد الرحمن بن عوف في الجنة ". ولو شئت لسميت العاشر. قال فقالوا من هو فسكت قال فقالوا من هو فقال هو سعيد بن زيد.

Grade: Sahih

Reference  : Sunan Abi Dawud 4649
In-book reference  : Book 42, Hadith 54
English translation  : Book 41, Hadith 4632

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History of success in early Islam during the time of the Prophet and Caliph Ar Rasyidin:  

       Metallic fittings ...... less

       Conformity ....... is high

       Ten Companions of the Prophet who are guaranteed paradise ..... the rich majority, but generous .... especially Abdurrahman bin Auf RA ..... The FATONAH looking for opportunities to be the above hands 

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4. TABLIGH 6 POINTS

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5. RENOWNED LOCAL PREACHERS 

1. Ustaz Azhar Idrus
2. Maulana Asri
3. Dr Rozaimi
4. Mufti Asri Zainul Abidin
5. Ust Kazim
6. Ust Ebit Lew
7. Prof Datuk Dr Muhaya
8. Ust Ismail Kamus
9. Ust Ahmad Dusuki
10. Ust Auni Mohamad

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6. RENOWNED FOREIGN PREACHERS

1. Dr Zakir Naik
2. Nouman Ali Khan
3. Mufti Menk
4. Yasmin Mogahed
5. Hussain Yee
6. Omar Suleiman
7. Yusuf Estes
8. Moulana Tariq Jameel
9. Yasir Qadhi
10. Taqi Usmani

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رواه بخاري و مسلم و حدثه أبو هريرة                    ‏‏(‏متفق عليه‏)‏‏

أن رسول الله (ﷺ) قال‏:‏ ‏

‏يقول الله تعالى‏:‏

أنا عند ظن عبدي بي،

وأنا معه إذا ذكرني

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 (رواه ابن ماجة و حدثه ابو هريرة                         (دار السلام : صحيح 

عَنِ النَّبِيِّ ـ (ﷺ) ـ قَالَ

‏ "‏ إِنَّ اللَّهَ عَزَّ وَجَلَّ يَقُولُ

أَنَا مَعَ عَبْدِي

إِذَا هُوَ ذَكَرَنِي

وَتَحَرَّكَتْ بِي شَفَتَاهُ ‏

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Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "Allah the Exalted says: 'I am as my slave expects me to be, and I am with him when he remembers Me. If he remembers Me inwardly, I will remember him inwardly, and if he remembers Me in an assembly, I will remember him in a better assembly (i.e., in the assembly of angels)."

[Al-Bukhari and Muslim].
 

وعن أبي هريرة، رضي الله عنه، أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم، قال‏:‏ ‏ "‏يقول الله تعالى‏:‏ أنا عند ظن عبدي بي، وأنا معه إذا ذكرني، فإن ذكرني في نفسه، ذكرته في نفسي وإن ذكرني في ملإٍ ذكرته في ملإٍ خير منهم‏"‏ ‏(‏‏(‏متفق عليه‏)‏‏)‏‏.‏

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It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet(ﷺ) said:

"Allah says: 'I am with My slave when he remembers Me and his lips move saying My Name.'"

حَدَّثَنَا أَبُو بَكْرٍ، حَدَّثَنَا مُحَمَّدُ بْنُ مُصْعَبٍ، عَنِ الأَوْزَاعِيِّ، عَنْ إِسْمَاعِيلَ بْنِ عُبَيْدِ اللَّهِ، عَنْ أُمِّ الدَّرْدَاءِ، عَنْ أَبِي هُرَيْرَةَ، عَنِ النَّبِيِّ ـ صلى الله عليه وسلم ـ قَالَ ‏ "‏ إِنَّ اللَّهَ عَزَّ وَجَلَّ يَقُولُ أَنَا مَعَ عَبْدِي إِذَا هُوَ ذَكَرَنِي وَتَحَرَّكَتْ بِي شَفَتَاهُ ‏"‏ ‏.‏

Grade Sahih (Darussalam)  

Reference  : Sunan Ibn Majah 3792

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World Islamic History : 252 H
22/1/866 - 10/1/867 CE

                 

Instead of finding a refuge at Medina as promised, al-Musta'in found himself kept in Baghdad. There he was put to death on 17 October 866 by the order of al-Mu'tazz. Carrying al-Musta'in's head to the Caliph, "Here," cried the executioner, "behold thy cousin's head!" "Lay it aside," answered al-Mu'tazz who was playing chess,—"till I have finished the game." And then, having satisfied himself that it was really al-Musta'in's head, he commanded 500 pieces to be given to the assassin as his reward.

Other Events

 252   H :  21/1/866    -      9/1/867     Abbasid Dynasty :  132 to 656 H al-Mu'tazz          252–255 H          

Muslim Spain phases:

1.The Al-Andalus province of the Umayyad Caliphate in Damascus (711–756)

2.The Independent Umayyad Emirate of Cordoba (756–929)

3.The Umayyad Caliphate of Córdoba (929–1031)

4.The first Taifas (1031–c. 1091)

5.The Almoravid rule (c. 1091–c. 1145)

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Republic of the Congo : Brazzaville
West Africa : Africa

            

▪︎ Despites its name, the Equator does not cross it.

▪︎ Very rich oil country but majority of the people live in poverty.

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Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea

flag of Equatorial Guinea

OFFICIAL NAME
República de Guinea Ecuatorial (Spanish); République de Guinée Équatoriale (French) (Republic of Equatorial Guinea)

FORM OF GOVERNMENT
republic with two legislative houses (Chamber of Deputies [100]; Senate [761])

HEAD OF STATE
President: Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
Vice President : Teodoro Nguema Obiang Manque 

HEAD OF GOVERNMENT
Prime Minister: Francisco Pascual Obama Asue

CAPITAL
Malabo

OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
Spanish; French

OFFICIAL RELIGION
none

MONETARY UNIT
CFA franc (CFAF)

POPULATION
(2018 est.) 1,272,000

POPULATION RANK
(2018) 156

POPULATION PROJECTION 2030
1,712,000

TOTAL AREA (SQ MI)
10,831

TOTAL AREA (SQ KM)
28,051

DENSITY: PERSONS PER SQ MI
(2018) 117.4

DENSITY: PERSONS PER SQ KM
(2018) 45.3

URBAN-RURAL POPULATION
Urban: (2018) 72.1%
Rural: (2018) 27.9%

LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH
Male: (2017) 63.4 years
Female: (2017) 65.8 years

LITERACY: PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGE 15 AND OVER LITERATE
Male: (2014) 97.3%
Female: (2014) 92.3%

GNI (U.S.$ ’000,000)
(2017) 8,947

GNI PER CAPITA (U.S.$)
(2017) 7,060

  • 1Includes 15 appointed and 5 ex officio members.

Geography                   

EQUITORIAL GUINEAAerial view of Malabo Airport
Outside Malabo Airport

A view of the port in Malabo
Equatorial Guinea : Sao Tome and Pricipe

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Hilton Hotel in the capital city of Malabo

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Central Market, Malabo City, Equatorial Guinea
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Muslim                        

According to the U.S. State Department International Religious Freedom Report 2006, practitioners of Islam comprised less than 1 percent of the population of Equatorial Guinea.[1] Adherents.com, however, estimates that Muslims make up anywhere from 1% to 25% of the population.[2] Many Indians in the country are also Muslims. There is one Ahmadiyya mosque in the country.

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Republic of the Congo : Brazzaville
West Africa : Africa

           

▪︎ The Equator passes through the southern tip of Sao Tomé.

▪︎ Not a single mosque for  5,000 Muslims out of 200,000 population.

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Geography                         

SÃO TOMÉ AND PRINCIPEShortly before landing at Sau Tome International AirportSao Tome International AirportSao Tome CitySchoolchildren at the village of Sao Joao Dos Angolares, Sao Tome Island.Taxi rank beside the big hall market of the city of Sao Tome.

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GEOGRAPHY

Official Name : República Democrática de São Tomé e Príncipe (Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe)

Capital City : São Tomé City

Form of Government : Multiparty republic with one legislative house (National Assembly 

Head of State : President  Evaristo Carvalho

Head Government : Prime Minister Patrice Emery Trovoada

Official Language : Portuguese

Official Religion : None

Currency : Dobra (Db)

Population : (2016 est.) 198,000

Total Area :  386 Sq Mi  = 1,001 Sq Km

GNI Per Capita :  (2015) USD 1,760

Race / Ethnic Groups :

Ethnic groups

1.Forros (from forro, Portuguese for “free man”), descendants of immigrant Europeans and African slaves.

2.Fang people ...Bantu people by origin

3.Angolares, descended from runaway Angolan slaves who were shipwrecked on São Tomé about 1540.

4.Angolans and Mozambicans make up most of the rest of the African immigrant community.

5.European population—primarily Portuguese—in the country.

Religion :

Economy : Dependent on agriculture, especially cacao. Tourism sector has the potential to be a strong source of economy.

Today São Tomé cacao growers are now part of the finished product. This photo captures how the local work force is now part of the fine chocolate-making

Tourism sector has the potential to be a strong source of economy.

Islam News : Total population of about 198,000, has about 5,500 Muslim, about 3 percent of the population. There are also no known mosques, madrasahs or other Muslim organizations operating in the country.

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HISTORY

Pre Colonial : Uninhabited when they were discovered, about 1470, by Portuguese navigators. 

Colonial : In the late 15th century the Portuguese sent out settlers (including many convicts and Jewish children who had been separated from their parents and expelled from Portugal) and brought African slaves to the islands to grow sugar.

During the 16th century São Tomé was for a brief time the world’s largest producer of sugar, but the rise of Brazilian competition and the poor quality of São Tomé’s badly dried product virtually destroyed this industry. The economic decline was accentuated by social instability as slaves escaped to the mountains and raided the plantations. Amador, the self-proclaimed king of the slaves who nearly overran the whole island of São Tomé in 1595, is now regarded by many as a national hero. Foreign pirates were another hazard, and the Dutch briefly captured São Tomé in 1641, only to be expelled seven years later.

After the collapse of the sugar economy, the colony served as an entrepôt for the Portuguese slave trade to Brazil; the cargoes of small slave ships were transferred to larger vessels for the Atlantic voyage, and provisions such as water were obtained. The islanders produced food crops for these ships and for themselves. Because of the frequent political unrest in São Tomé, the capital was moved in 1753 to Santo António on Príncipe, whose harbour was the site of much activity. In 1778 the Portuguese ceded the islands of Fernando Pó (Bioko) and Annobón (Pagalu), on either side of Sao Tome and Principe, to the Spaniards, who wished to develop their own African slave trade.

End Colonial : The government that took power in Portugal after a coup  in 1974 agreed to hand over power to the MLSTP in 1975, and virtually all Portuguese colonists fled to Portugal, fearing an independent black and communist government. Independence was granted on July 12, 1975.

Post Colonial :

The country’s first president, Manuel Pinto da Costa of the MLSTP, was elected in 1975 to 1991. He again served as President from 2011 to 2016

Incumbent president Evaristo Carvalho , since 3 September 2016

Islamic History : There is no written history about Islam in this country. There are also no known mosques, madrasahs or other Muslim organizations operating in the country.

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Muslim                             

São Tomé and Príncipe, with a total population of about 181,000, has about 5,500 Muslim,[citation needed] about 3 percent of the population. The majority (an estimated 80 percent) are Roman Catholics; São Tomé and Príncipe was for many years a colony of Portugal, which is overwhelmingly Catholic.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has "hundreds" of members in the country, thereby representing a large proportion of the Muslim population.

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World Islamic History : 251 H
1/2/865 - 21/1/866 CE

                  

The Abbasid civil war of 865–866, sometimes known as the Fifth Fitna,[1] was an armed conflict during the "Anarchy at Samarra" between the rival caliphs al-Musta'in and al-Mu'tazz, fought to determine who would gain control over the Abbasid Caliphate. The war, which lasted for about a year, largely revolved around a prolonged siege of Baghdad and ended with al-Mu'tazz as sole caliph. Al-Musta'in was abandoned by his supporters and forced to abdicate; in spite of a guarantee that his life would be spared, he was executed shortly afterward.

Other Events                                   

 251   H :  1/2/865     -       20/1/866   Abbasid Dynasty : 132 to 656 H    al-Musta'in            248–252 H       

List of Rulers of the Islamic World

Caliphs and Wazirs

Rashidun Dynasty

A.H. 11–40 / A.D. 632–661

Abu Bakr

A.H. 11–13 / A.D. 632–634

'Umar ibn al-Khattab

A.H. 13–23 / A.D. 634–644

'Uthman ibn 'Affan

A.H. 23–35 / A.D. 644–656

'Ali ibn Abi-Talib

A.H. 35–40 / A.D. 656–661

Umayyad

 Dynasty

A.H. 41–132 / A.D. 661–750

Mu'awiya I

A.H. 41–60 / A.D. 661–680

Yazid I

A.H. 60–64 / A.D. 680–683

Mu'awiya II

A.H. 64 / A.D. 683–684

Marwan I

A.H. 64–65 / A.D. 684–685

'Abd al-Malik

A.H. 65–86 / A.D. 685–705

al-Walid I

A.H. 86–96 / A.D. 705–715

Sulayman

A.H. 96–99 / A.D. 715–717

'Umar II

A.H. 99–101 / A.D. 717–720

Yazid II

A.H. 101–105 / A.D. 720–724

Hisham

A.H. 105–125 / A.D. 724–743

al-Walid II

A.H. 125–126 / A.D. 743–744

Yazid III

A.H. 126 / A.D. 744

Ibrahim

A.H. 126 / A.D. 744

Marwan II

A.H. 127–132 / A.D. 744–750

Muslim Spain phases:

92 H ( 711 ce ) --  540 H ( 1145 ce )

1.The Al-Andalus province of the Umayyad Caliphate in Damascus (711–756)

2.The Independent Umayyad Emirate of Cordoba (756–929)

3.The Umayyad Caliphate of Córdoba (929–1031)

4.The first Taifas (1031–c. 1091)

5.The Almoravid rule (c. 1091–c. 1145)

'Abbasid

 Dynasty (Iraq)

A.H. 132–656 / A.D. 750–1258

al-Saffah

A.H. 132–136 / A.D. 749–754

al-Mansur

A.H. 136–158 / A.D. 754–775

al-Mahdi

A.H. 158–169 / A.D. 775–785

al-Hadi

A.H. 169–170 / A.D. 785–786

Harun al-Rashid

A.H. 170–193 / A.D. 786–809

al-Amin

A.H. 193–198 / A.D. 809–813

al-Ma'mun

A.H. 198–218 / A.D. 813–833

al-Mu'tasim

A.H. 218–227 / A.D. 833–842

al-Wathiq

A.H. 227–232 / A.D. 842–847

al-Mutawakkil

A.H. 232–247 / A.D. 847–861

al-Muntasir

A.H. 247–248 / A.D. 861–862

al-Musta'in

A.H. 248–252 / A.D. 862–866

al-Mu'tazz

A.H. 252–255 / A.D. 866–869

al-Muhtadi

A.H. 255–256 / A.D. 869–870

al-Mu'tamid

A.H. 256–279 / A.D. 870–892

al-Mu'tadid

A.H. 279–289 / A.D. 892–902

al-Muktafi

A.H. 289–295 / A.D. 902–908

al-Muqtadir

A.H. 295–320 / A.D. 908–932

al-Qahir

A.H. 320–322 / A.D. 932–934

al-Radi

A.H. 322–329 / A.D. 934–940

al-Muttaqi

A.H. 329–333 / A.D. 940–944

al-Mustakfi

A.H. 333–334 / A.D. 944–946

al-Muti'

A.H. 334–363 / A.D. 946–974

al-Ta'i'

A.H. 363–381 / A.D. 974–991

al-Qadir

A.H. 381–422 / A.D. 991–1031

al-Qa'im

A.H. 422–467 / A.D. 1031–1075

al-Muqtadi

A.H. 467–487 / A.D. 1075–1094

al-Mustazhir

A.H. 487–512 / A.D. 1094–1118

al-Mustarshid

A.H. 512–529 / A.D. 1118–1135

al-Rashid

A.H. 529–530 / A.D. 1135–1136

al-Muqtafi

A.H. 530–555 / A.D. 1136–1160

al-Mustanjid

A.H. 555–566 / A.D. 1160–1170

al-Mustadi'

A.H. 566–575 / A.D. 1170–1180

al-Nasir

A.H. 575–622 / A.D. 1180–1225

al-Zahir

A.H. 622–623 / A.D. 1225–1226

al-Mustansir

A.H. 623–640 / A.D. 1226–1242

al-Musta'sim

A.H. 640–656 / A.D. 1242–1258

Barmakid Dynasty

ca. A.H. 165–221 / A.D. 781–835

Barmak

Khalid

d. A.H. 165 / A.D. 781

Yahya

d. A.H. 190 / A.D. 805

Ja'far

d. A.H. 187 / A.D. 803

al-Fadl

d. A.H. 193 / A.D. 808

Musa

d. A.H. 221 / A.D. 835

'Imran

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'Abbasid Dynasty (Egypt)

A.H. 659–923 / A.D. 1261–1517

al-Mustansir

A.H. 659 / A.D. 1261

al-Hakim I

A.H. 660–701 / A.D. 1261–1302

al-Mustakfi I

A.H. 701–740 / A.D. 1302–1340

al-Wathiq I

A.H. 740–741 / A.D. 1340–1341

al-Hakim II

A.H. 741–753 / A.D. 1341–1352

al-Mu'tadid I

A.H. 753–763 / A.D. 1352–1362

al-Mutawakkil I (1st reign)

A.H. 763–779 / A.D. 1362–1377

al-Mu'tasim (1st reign)

A.H. 779 / A.D. 1377

al-Mutawakkil I (2nd reign)

A.H. 779–785 / A.D. 1377–1383

al-Wathiq II

A.H. 785–788 / A.D. 1383–1385

al-Mu'tasim (2nd reign)

A.H. 788–791 / A.D. 1385–1389

al-Mutawakkil I (3rd reign)

A.H. 791–808 / A.D. 1389–1406

al-Musta'in

A.H. 808–816 / A.D. 1406–1414

al-Mu'tadid II

A.H. 816–845 / A.D. 1414–1441

al-Mustakfi II

A.H. 845–855 / A.D. 1441–1451

al-Qa'im

A.H. 855–859 / A.D. 1451–1455

al-Mustanjid

A.H. 859–884 / A.D. 1455–1479

al-Mutawakkil II

A.H. 884–903 / A.D. 1479–1497

al-Mustamsik (1st reign)

A.H. 903–914 / A.D. 1497–1508

al-Mutawakkil III (1st reign)

A.H. 914–922 / A.D. 1508–1516

al-Mustamsik (2nd reign)

A.H. 922–923 / A.D. 1516–1517

al-Mutawakkil III (3rd reign)

A.H. 923 / A.D. 1517

Selected early Shi'i rulers

A.H. 35–ca. 264 / A.D. 656–ca. 878

'Ali

d. A.H. 40 / A.D. 661

Hasan

d. ca. A.H. 49 / A.D. 669

Husayn

d. A.H. 61 / A.D. 680

'Ali Zayn al-'Abidin

d. A.H. 94 / A.D. 712

Muhammad al-Baqir

d. A.H. 113 / A.D. 731

Ja'far al-Sadiq

d. A.H. 148 / A.D. 765

Musa al-Kazim

d. A.H. 183 / A.D. 799

'Ali al-Rida

d. A.H. 203 / A.D. 818

Muhammad al-Jawad

d. A.H. 220 / A.D. 835

'Ali al-Hadi

d. A.H. 254 / A.D. 868

Hasan al-'Askari

d. A.H. 260 / A.D. 874

Muhammad al-Mantazar

d. ca. A.H. 264 / A.D. 878

Egypt

Tulunid Dynasty

A.H. 254–292 / A.D. 868–905

Ahmad ibn Tulun

A.H. 254–270 / A.D. 868–884

Khumarawayh

A.H. 270–282 / A.D. 884–896

Jaysh

A.H. 282–283 / A.D. 896

Harun

A.H. 283–292 / A.D. 896–905

Shayban

A.H. 292 / A.D. 905

Ilkhshidid Dynasty

A.H. 323–358 / A.D. 935–969

Muhammad ibn Tughj

A.H. 323–334 / A.D. 935–946

Unujur

A.H. 334–349 / A.D. 946–960

'Ali

A.H. 349–355 / A.D. 960–966

Kafur

A.H. 355–357 / A.D. 966–968

Ahmad

A.H. 357–358 / A.D. 968–969

Fatimid

 Dynasty

A.H. 297–567 / A.D. 909–1171

'Ubaydullah al-Mahdi

A.H. 297–322 / A.D. 909–934

al-Qa'im

A.H. 322–334 / A.D. 934–946

al-Mansur

A.H. 334–341 / A.D. 946–953

al-Mu'izz

A.H. 341–365 / A.D. 953–975

al-'Aziz

A.H. 365–386 / A.D. 975–996

al-Hakim

A.H. 386–411 / A.D. 996–1021

al-Zahir

A.H. 411–427 / A.D. 1021–1036

al-Mustansir

A.H. 427–487 / A.D. 1036–1094

al-Musta'li

A.H. 487–495 / A.D. 1094–1101

al-Amir

A.H. 495–524 / A.D. 1101–1130

[interregnum]

A.H. 524–525 / A.D. 1130–1131

al-Hafiz

A.H. 525–544 / A.D. 1131–1149

al-Zafir

A.H. 544–549 / A.D. 1149–1154

al-Fa'iz

A.H. 549–555 / A.D. 1154–1160

al-'Adid

A.H. 555–567 / A.D. 1160–1171

Ayyubid

 Dynasty (Egypt)

A.H. 564–650 / A.D. 1169–1252

Salah al-Din (Saladin)

A.H. 564–589 / A.D. 1169–1193

al-'Aziz

A.H. 589–595 / A.D. 1193–1198

al-Mansur

A.H. 595–596 / A.D. 1198–1200

al-'Adil I

A.H. 596–615 / A.D. 1200–1218

al-Kamil

A.H. 615–635 / A.D. 1218–1238

al-'Adil II

A.H. 635–637 / A.D. 1238–1240

al-Salih Ayyub

A.H. 637–647 / A.D. 1240–1249

Turan Shah

A.H. 647–648 / A.D. 1249–1250

al-Ashraf II

A.H. 648–650 / A.D. 1250–1252

Ayyubid

 Dynasty (Damascus)

A.H. 582–658 / A.D. 1186–1260

al-Afdal

A.H. 582–92 / A.D. 1186–1196

al-'Adil I

A.H. 592–615 / A.D. 1196–1218

al-Mu'azzam

A.H. 615–24 / A.D. 1218–1227

al-Nasir Salah al-Din Da'ud

A.H. 624–26 / A.D. 1227–1229

al-Ashraf

A.H. 626–34 / A.D. 1229–1237

al-Salih Isma'il (1st reign)

A.H. 634–35 / A.D. 1237–1238

al-Kamil

A.H. 635 / A.D. 1238

al-'Adil II

A.H. 635–36 / A.D. 1238–1239

al-Salih Isma'il Najm al-Din Ayyub (1st reign)

A.H. 636–37 / A.D. 1239

al-Salih Isma'il (2nd reign)

A.H. 637–43 / A.D. 1239–1245

al-Salih Najm al-Din Ayyub (2nd reign)

A.H. 643–47 / A.D. 1245–1249

al-Mu'azzam Turan Shah

A.H. 647–48 / A.D. 1249–1250

al-Nasir Salah al-Din II

A.H. 648–58 / A.D. 1250–1260

Ayyubid

 Dynasty (Aleppo)

A.H. 579–658 / A.D. 1183–1260

al-'Adil I

A.H. 579–582 / A.D. 1183–1186

al-Zahir Ghiyath al-Din

A.H. 582–613 / A.D. 1186–1216

al-'Aziz Ghiyath al-Din

A.H. 613–634 / A.D. 1216–1237

al-Nasir Salah al-Din II

A.H. 634–658 / A.D. 1237–1260

Ayyubid Dynasty (Mayyafariqin, Sinjar)

A.H. 581–658 / A.D. 1185–1260

Ayyubid Dynasty (Ba'lbakk)

A.H. 568–658 / A.D. 1172–1260

Ayyubid Dynasty (Hama)

A.H. 574–732 / A.D. 1178–1332

Ayyubid Dynasty (Hims)

A.H. 574–661 / A.D. 1178–1272

Ayyubid Dynasty (Yemen)

A.H. 569–626 / A.D. 1174–1229

al-Mu'azzam Shams al-Din Turan Shah

A.H. 569–577 / A.D. 1174–1181

al-'Aziz Zahir al-Din Tughtigin

A.H. 577–593 / A.D. 1181–1197

Mu'izz al-Din Isma'il

A.H. 593–598 / A.D. 1197–1202

al-Nasir Ayyub

A.H. 598–611 / A.D. 1202–1214

al-Muzaffar Sulayman

A.H. 611–612 / A.D. 1214–1215

al-Mas'ud Salah al-Din

A.H. 612–626 / A.D. 1215–1229

Ayyubid Dynasty (Hisn Kayfa and Amid)

A.H. 629–9th c. / A.D. 1232–15th c.

Mamluk

 Dynasty (Bahri)

A.H. 648–792 / A.D. 1250–1390

Shajar al-Durr

A.H. 648 / A.D. 1250

Aybak

A.H. 648–655 / A.D. 1250–1257

'Ali

A.H. 655–657 / A.D. 1257–1259

Qutuz

A.H. 657–658 / A.D. 1259–1260

Baybars I

A.H. 658–676 / A.D. 1260–1277

Baraka Khan

A.H. 676–678 / A.D. 1277–1280

Salamish

A.H. 678 / A.D. 1280

Qala'un

A.H. 678–689 / A.D. 1280–1290

Khalil

A.H. 689–693 / A.D. 1290–1294

al-Nasir Muhammad (1st reign)

A.H. 693–694 / A.D. 1294–1295

Kitbugha

A.H. 694–696 / A.D. 1295–1297

Lajin

A.H. 696–698 / A.D. 1297–1299

al-Nasir Muhammad (2nd reign)

A.H. 698–708 / A.D. 1299–1309

Baybars II

A.H. 708–709 / A.D. 1309

al-Nasir Muhammad (3rd reign)

A.H. 709–741 / A.D. 1309–1340

Abu Bakr

A.H. 741–742 / A.D. 1340–1341

Kujuk

A.H. 742–743 / A.D. 1341–1342

Ahmad

A.H. 743 / A.D. 1342

Isma'il

A.H. 743–746 / A.D. 1342–1345

Sha'ban I

A.H. 746–747 / A.D. 1345–1346

Hajji I

A.H. 747–748 / A.D. 1346–1347

al-Nasir al-Hasan (1st reign)

A.H. 748–752 / A.D. 1347–1351

Salih

A.H. 752–755 / A.D. 1351–1354

al-Nasir al-Hasan (2nd reign)

A.H. 755–762 / A.D. 1354–1361

al-Mansur Muhammad

A.H. 762–764 / A.D. 1361–1363

Sha'ban II

A.H. 764–778 / A.D. 1363–1376

al-Mansur 'Ali

A.H. 778–783 / A.D. 1376–1382

al-Salih Hajji II

A.H. 783–784 / A.D. 1382

[Barquq]

[A.H. 784–791 / A.D. 1382–1389]

Hajji II (2nd reign)

A.H. 791 / A.D. 1389

Mamluk

 Dynasty (Circassian [Burji])

A.H. 784–922 / A.D. 1382–1517

Barquq (1st reign)

A.H. 784–791 / A.D. 1382–1389

[Hajji I]

[A.H. 791–792 / A.D. 1389–1390]

Barquq (2nd reign)

A.H. 792–801 / A.D. 1390–1399

Faraj (1st reign)

A.H. 801–808 / A.D. 1399–1405

al-Mansur 'Abd al-'Aziz

A.H. 808 / A.D. 1405

Faraj (2nd reign)

A.H. 808–815 / A.D. 1405–1412

al-'Adil al-Musta'in

A.H. 815 / A.D. 1412

al-Mu'ayyad Shaykh

A.H. 815–824 / A.D. 1412–1421

al-Muzaffar Ahmad

A.H. 824 / A.D. 1421

Tatar

A.H. 824 / A.D. 1421

al-Salih Muhammad

A.H. 824–825 / A.D. 1421–1422

Barsbay

A.H. 825–841 / A.D. 1422–1437

Yusuf

A.H. 841–842 / A.D. 1437–1438

al-Zahir Jaqmaq

A.H. 842–857 / A.D. 1438–1453

'Uthman

A.H. 857 / A.D. 1453

Inal

A.H. 857–865 / A.D. 1453–1461

al-Mu'ayyad Ahmad

A.H. 865 / A.D. 1461

Khushqadam

A.H. 865–872 / A.D. 1461–1467

Bilbay

A.H. 872 / A.D. 1467–1468

Timurbugha

A.H. 872 / A.D. 1468

al-Ashraf Qayitbay

A.H. 872–901 / A.D. 1468–1496

al-Nasir Muhammad

A.H. 901–903 / A.D. 1496–1498

Qansuh

A.H. 903–905 / A.D. 1498–1500

Janbalat

A.H. 905–906 / A.D. 1500–1501

al-'Adil Tuman Bay

A.H. 906 / A.D. 1501

Qansuh al-Ghawri

A.H. 906–922 / A.D. 1501–1517

al-Ashraf Tuman Bay

A.H. 922 / A.D. 1517

Muhammad 'Ali Dynasty

A.H. 1220–1372 / A.D. 1805–1953

Muhammad 'Ali

A.H. 1220–1264 / A.D. 1805–1848

Ibrahim

A.H. 1264 / A.D. 1848

'Abbas I

A.H. 1264–1270 / A.D. 1848–1854

Sa'id

A.H. 1270–1280 / A.D. 1854–1863

Isma'il

A.H. 1280–1296 / A.D. 1863–1879

Tawfiq

A.H. 1296–1309 / A.D. 1879–1892

'Abbas II Hilmi

A.H. 1309–1333 / A.D. 1892–1914

Husayn Kamil

A.H. 1333–1335 / A.D. 1914–1917

Ahmad Fu'ad I

A.H. 1335–1355 / A.D. 1917–1936

Faruq

A.H. 1355–1371 / A.D. 1936–1952

Fu'ad II

A.H. 1371–1372 / A.D. 1952–1953

Arabian Peninsula

Ziyadid Dynasty

A.H. 204–409 / A.D. 819–1018

Ya'furid Dynasty

A.H. 247–387 / A.D. 861–997

Qaramita Dynasty

A.H. 281–5th century / A.D. 894–11th century

Zuray'id Dynasty

A.H. 476–569 / A.D. 1083–1173

Najahid Dynasty

A.H. 412–551 / A.D. 1021–1156

Mahdid Dynasty

A.H. 554–569 / A.D. 1159–1173

Sulayhid Dynasty (Yemen)

A.H. 439–532 / A.D. 1047–1138

'Ali ibn Muhammad

A.H. 439–459 / A.D. 1047–1067

al-Mukarram Ahmad

A.H. 459–477 / A.D. 1067–1084

al-Mukarram 'Ali

A.H. 477–484 / A.D. 1084–1091

al-Mansur Saba'

A.H. 484–492 / A.D. 1091–1099

al-Sayyida Arwa

A.H. 492–532 / A.D. 1099–1138

Hamdanid Dynasty (San'a')

A.H. 492–569 / A.D. 1098–1173

Ayyubid Dynasty: see above under Egypt, Ayyubid Dynasty (Yemen)

Rasulid Dynasty (Yemen)

A.H. 626–858 / A.D. 1229–1454

al-Mansur 'Umar I

A.H. 626–647 / A.D. 1229–1250

al-Muzaffar Yusuf I

A.H. 647–694 / A.D. 1250–1295

al-Ashraf 'Umar II

A.H. 694–696 / A.D. 1295–1296

al-Mu'ayyad Da'ud

A.H. 696–721 / A.D. 1296–1322

al-Mujahid 'Ali

A.H. 721–764 / A.D. 1322–1363

al-Afdal al-'Abbas

A.H. 764–778 / A.D. 1363–1377

al-Ashraf Isma'il I

A.H. 778–803 / A.D. 1377–1400

al-Nasir Ahmad

A.H. 803–827 / A.D. 1400–1424

al-Mansur 'Abdullah

A.H. 827–830 / A.D. 1424–1427

al-Ashraf Isma'il II

A.H. 830–831 / A.D. 1427–1428

al-Zahir Yahya

A.H. 831–842 / A.D. 1428–1439

al-Ashraf Isma'il III

A.H. 842–845 / A.D. 1439–1442

al-Muzaffar Yusuf II

A.H. 845 / A.D. 1442

Tahirid Dynasty (Yemen)

A.H. 850–923 / A.D. 1446–1517

Rassid Zaydi Imams

A.H. 246–680 / A.D. 860–1281

Qasimid Zaydi Imams

A.H. 1000–1382 / A.D. 1592–1962

al-Qasim al-Mansur

A.H. 1000–1029 / A.D. 1592–1620

Muhammad al-Mu'ayyad I

A.H. 1029–1054 / A.D. 1620–1644

Isma'il al-Mutawakkil

A.H. 1054–1087 / A.D. 1644–1676

Muhammad al-Mu'ayyad II

A.H. 1087–1092 / A.D. 1676–1681

Muhammad al-Hadi

A.H. 1092–1097 / A.D. 1681–1686

Muhammad al-Mahdi

A.H. 1097–1128 / A.D. 1686–1716

al-Qasim al-Mutawakkil

A.H. 1128–1139 / A.D. 1716–1726

al-Husayn al-Mansur (1st reign)

A.H. 1139 / A.D. 1726

Muhammad al-Hadi al-Majid

A.H. 1139–1140 / A.D. 1726–1728

al-Husayn al-Mansur (2nd reign)

A.H. 1140–1160 / A.D. 1728–1747

al-'Abbas al-Mahdi

A.H. 1160–1190 / A.D. 1747–1776

'Ali al-Mansur (1st reign)

A.H. 1190–1221 / A.D. 1776–1806

Ahmad al-Mahdi

A.H. 1221 / A.D. 1806

'Ali al-Mansur (2nd reign)

al-Qasim al-Mahdi

A.H. 1257–1261 / A.D. 1841–1845

Muhammad Yahya

A.H. 1261–1289 / A.D. 1845–1872

[Ottoman occupation]

[A.H. 1289–1308 / A.D. 1872–1890]

Hamid al-Din Yahya

A.H. 1308–1322 / A.D. 1890–1904

Yahya Mahmud al-Mutawakkil

A.H. 1322–1367 / A.D. 1904–1948

Sayf al-Islam Ahmad

A.H. 1367–1382 / A.D. 1948–1962

Muhammad Badr

A.H. 1382 / A.D. 1962

al-Bu-Sa'id Dynasty

A.H. 1154–present / A.D. 1741–present

Rashidid Dynasty

A.H. 1248–1342 / A.D. 1832–1923

al-Sa'ud Dynasty

A.H. 1159–present / A.D. 1746–present

Muhammad ibn Sa'ud

A.H. 1159–1179 / A.D. 1746–1765

'Abd al-'Aziz I

A.H. 1179–1218 / A.D. 1765–1803

Sa'ud ibn 'Abd al-'Aziz

A.H. 1218–1229 / A.D. 1803–1814

'Abdullah ibn Sa'ud

A.H. 1229–1233 / A.D. 1814–1818

[Ottoman occupation]

[A.H. 1233–1238 / A.D. 1818–1822]

Turki

A.H. 1238–1249 / A.D. 1823–1834

Faysal I (1st reign)

A.H. 1249–1253 / A.D. 1834–1837

Khalid ibn Sa'ud

A.H. 1253–1257 / A.D. 1837–1841

'Abdullah II ibn Thunayyan

A.H. 1257–1259 / A.D. 1841–1843

Faysal I (2nd reign)

A.H. 1259–1282 / A.D. 1843–1865

'Abdullah III ibn Faysal (1st reign)

A.H. 1282–1287 / A.D. 1865–1871

Sa'ud ibn Faysal

A.H. 1287–1291 / A.D. 1871–1874

'Abdullah III ibn Faysal (2nd reign)

A.H. 1291–1305 / A.D. 1874–1887

'Abd al-Rahman ibn Faysal (Rashid gov)

A.H. 1305–1308 / A.D. 1887–1891

Rashidi occupation of Riyadh

A.H. 1308–1319 / A.D. 1891–1902

'Abd al-'Aziz II

A.H. 1319–1373 / A.D. 1902–1953

Sa'ud

A.H. 1373–1384 / A.D. 1953–1964

Faysal II

A.H. 1384–1395 / A.D. 1964–1975

Khalid

A.H. 1395–1402 / A.D. 1975–1982

Fahd

A.H. 1402–present / A.D. 1982–present

Iraq and Syria (before the Seljuqs)

Hamdanid Dynasty (Mosul)

A.H. 317–391 / A.D. 927–1000

Nasir al-Dawla al-Hasan

A.H. 317–358 / A.D. 929–969

'Uddat al-Dawla Abu Taghlib

A.H. 358–379 / A.D. 969–989

Ibrahim / al-Husayn (joint rule)

A.H. 379–391 / A.D. 989–1000

Hamdanid Dynasty (Aleppo)

A.H. 333–394 / A.D. 945–1004

Sayf al-Dawla 'Ali I

A.H. 333–356 / A.D. 945–967

Sa'd al-Dawla Sharif I

A.H. 356–381 / A.D. 967–991

Sa'id al-Dawla Sa'id

A.H. 381–392 / A.D. 991–1002

'Ali II

A.H. 392–394 / A.D. 1002–1004

Sharif II

A.H. 394 / A.D. 1004

Mirdasid Dynasty

A.H. 414–472 / A.D. 1023–1079

'Uqaylid Dynasty

A.H. 380–489 / A.D. 990–1096

Marwanid Dynasty

A.H. 372–478 / A.D. 983–1085

Mazyadid Dynasty

A.H. 350–545 / A.D. 961–1150

Inalid Dynasty

A.H. 490–579 / A.D. 1096–1183

Caucasus (before the Seljuqs)

Sajid Dynasty

A.H. 266–318 / A.D. 879–930

Musafirid Dynasty (or Sallarid Dynasty or Kangarid Dynasty)

A.H. 304–483 / A.D. 916–1090

Rawwadid Dynasty

A.H. 4th century–463 / A.D. 10th century–1071

Sharwan Shahs (First Dynasty)

A.H. 183–381 / A.D. 799–991

Sharwan Shahs (Second Dynasty)

A.H. 418–455 / A.D. 1027–1063

Sharwan Shahs (Fourth Dynasty)

A.H. 1180–1236 / A.D. 1766–1821

Shaddadid Dynasty

A.H. 340–571 / A.D. 951–1174

Dabuyid Dynasty

A.H. 40–142 / A.D. 660–760

Bawandid Dynasty (Ka'usiya line)

A.H. 45–466 / A.D. 665–1074

Bawandid Dynasty (Ispahbadiya line)

A.H. 466–606 / A.D. 1074–1210

Bawandid Dynasty (Kinkhwariya line)

A.H. 635–750 / A.D. 1238–1349

Baduspanid Dynasty

A.H. 40–1006 / A.D. 665–1599

Zaydi 'Alid Dynasty (Tabaristan)

A.H. 250–316 / A.D. 864–928

Iran (before the Seljuqs)

Tahirid Dynasty

A.H. 205–259 / A.D. 821–873

Tahir I ibn al-Husayn

A.H. 205–207 / A.D. 821–822

Talha

A.H. 207–213 / A.D. 822–828

'Abdullah

A.H. 213–230 / A.D. 828–845

Tahir II

A.H. 230–248 / A.D. 845–862

Muhammad

A.H. 248–259 / A.D. 862–873

Samanid Dynasty

A.H. 204–395 / A.D. 819–1005

Ahmad I ibn Asad ibn Saman

A.H. 204–250 / A.D. 819–864

Nasr I ibn Ahmad

A.H. 250–279 / A.D. 864–892

Isma'il I ibn Ahmad

A.H. 279–295 / A.D. 892–907

Ahmad II ibn Isma'il

A.H. 295–301 / A.D. 907–914

al-Amir al-Sa'id Nasr II

A.H. 301–331 / A.D. 914–943

al-Amir al-Hamid Nuh I

A.H. 331–343 / A.D. 943–954

al-Amir al-Mu'ayyad 'Abd al-Malik I

A.H. 343–350 / A.D. 954–961

al-Amir al-Sadid Mansur I

A.H. 350–365 / A.D. 961–976

al-Amir al-Rida Nuh II

A.H. 365–387 / A.D. 976–997

Mansur II

A.H. 387–389 / A.D. 997–999

'Abd al-Malik II

A.H. 389–390 / A.D. 999–1000

Isma'il II al-Muntasir

A.H. 390–395 / A.D. 1000–1005

Saffarid Dynasty

A.H. 253–ca. 900 / A.D. 867–ca. 1495

Ya'qub ibn Layth al-Saffar

A.H. 253–265 / A.D. 867–879

'Amr ibn Layth

A.H. 265–288 / A.D. 879–901

Tahir ibn Muhammad ibn 'Amr

A.H. 288–296 / A.D. 901–908

Layth ibn 'Ali

A.H. 296–298 / A.D. 908–910

Muhammad ibn 'Ali

A.H. 298 / A.D. 910

Buyid Dynasty (Iraq)

A.H. 334–447 / A.D. 945–1055

Mu'izz al-Dawla Ahmad

A.H. 334–356 / A.D. 945–967

'Izz al-Dawla Bakhtiyar

A.H. 356–367 / A.D. 967–978

'Adud al-Dawla Fana-Khusraw

A.H. 367–372 / A.D. 978–982

Samsam al-Dawla Marzuban

A.H. 372–376 / A.D. 983–987

Sharaf al-Dawla Shirzil

A.H. 376–379 / A.D. 987–989

Baha' al-Dawla Firuz

A.H. 379–403 / A.D. 989–1012

Sultan al-Dawla

A.H. 403–412 / A.D. 1012–1021

Musharrif al-Dawla

A.H. 412–416 / A.D. 1021–1025

Jalal al-Dawla Shirzil

A.H. 416–435 / A.D. 1025–1044

'Imad al-Din al-Marzuban

A.H. 435–440 / A.D. 1044–1048

al-Malik al-Rahim Khusraw-Firuz

A.H. 440–447 / A.D. 1048–1055

Buyid Dynasty (Fars and Khuzistan)

A.H. 322–454 / A.D. 934–1062

'Imad al-Dawla 'Ali

A.H. 322–338 / A.D. 934–949

'Adud al-Dawla Fana-Khusraw

A.H. 338–372 / A.D. 949–983

Sharaf al-Dawla Shirzil

A.H. 372–380 / A.D. 983–990

Samsam al-Dawla Marzuban

A.H. 380–388 / A.D. 990–998

Baha' al-Dawla Firuz

A.H. 388–403 / A.D. 998–1012

Sultan al-Dawla

A.H. 403–412 / A.D. 1012–1021

Musharrif al-Dawla Hasan

A.H. 412–415 / A.D. 1021–1024

'Imad al-Din Marzuban

A.H. 415–440 / A.D. 1024–1048

al-Malik al-Rahim Khusraw-Firuz

A.H. 440–447 / A.D. 1048–1055

Fulad-Sutun (Fars only)

A.H. 447–454 / A.D. 1055–1062

Buyid Dynasty (Kirman)

A.H. 324–440 / A.D. 936–1048

Mu'izz al-Dawla Ahmad

A.H. 324–338 / A.D. 936–949

'Adud al-Dawla Fana-Khusraw

A.H. 338–372 / A.D. 949–983

Samsam al-Dawla Marzuban

A.H. 372–388 / A.D. 983–998

Baha' al-Dawla Firuz

A.H. 388–403 / A.D. 998–1012

Qawam al-Dawla

A.H. 403–419 / A.D. 1012–1028

'Imad al-Din Marzuban

A.H. 419–440 / A.D. 1028–1048

Buyid Dynasty (Jibal)

A.H. 320–366 / A.D. 932–977

'Imad al-Dawla 'Ali

A.H. 320–335 / A.D. 932–947

Rukn al-Dawla Hasan

A.H. 335–366 / A.D. 947–977

Buyid Dynasty (Hamadan and Isfahan)

A.H. 366–419 / A.D. 977–1028

Mu'ayyid al-Dawla Buya

A.H. 366–373 / A.D. 977–983

Fakhr al-Dawla 'Ali

A.H. 373–387 / A.D. 983–997

Shams al-Dawla

A.H. 387–412 / A.D. 997–1021

Sama' al-Dawla

A.H. 412–ca. 419 / A.D. 1021–ca. 1028

Buyid Dynasty (Rayy)

A.H. 366–420 / A.D. 977–1029

Fakhr al-Dawla 'Ali

A.H. 366–387 / A.D. 977–997

Majd al-Dawla Rustam

A.H. 387–420 / A.D. 997–1029

Buyid Dynasty ('Uman)

A.H. 363–388 / A.D. 974–998

Dulafid Dynasty

A.H. 210–284 / A.D. 825–898

Banijurid Dynasty

A.H. 233–237 / A.D. 848–948

Qarakhanid Dynasty

A.H. 382–607 / A.D. 992–1222

Khwarazmshah Dynasty (Afrighid Dynasty)

A.H. ?–385 / A.D. ?–995

Khwarazmshah Dynasty (Ma'munid Dynasty)

A.H. 385–408 / A.D. 995–1017

Khwarazmshah Dynasty (Governors)

A.H. 408–425 / A.D. 1017–1034

Khwarazmshah Dynasty (Anushtigin Line)

A.H. 470–624 / A.D. 1077–1231

Anushtigin Gharcha'i

A.H. ca. 470–490 / A.D. ca. 1077–1097

[Turkish governor]

[A.H. 490 / A.D. 1097]

Qutb al-Din Muhammad

A.H. 490–521 / A.D. 1097–1127

'Ala' al-Din Atsiz

A.H. 521–551 / A.D. 1127–1156

Il-Arslan

A.H. 551–567 / A.D. 1156–1172

'Ala' al-Din Tekish

A.H. 567 / A.D. 1172

[rival ruler]

[A.H. 567–589 / A.D. 1172–1193]

'Ala' al-Din Muhammad

A.H. 596–617 / A.D. 1200–1220

Jalal al-Din

A.H. 617–628 / A.D. 1220–1231

Ziyarid Dynasty

A.H. 315–483 / A.D. 927–1090

Hasanwayhid Dynasty

A.H. 348–405 / A.D. 959–1014

Ilyasid Dynasty

A.H. 320–357 / A.D. 932–968

Kakuyid Dynasty

A.H. 398–443 / A.D. 1008–1051

Seljuqs and Atabegs

Great Seljuq Dynasty

A.H. 429–552 / A.D. 1037–1157

Rukn al-Dunya wa-I-Din Toghril I (Tughril)

A.H. 429–455 / A.D. 1038–1063

'Adud al-Dawla Alp-Arslan

A.H. 455–465 / A.D. 1063–1072

Jalal al-Dawla Malik Shah I

A.H. 465–485 / A.D. 1072–1092

Nasir al-Din Mahmud I

A.H. 485–487 / A.D. 1092–1094

Rukn al-Din Berk-yaruq (Barkiyaruq)

A.H. 487–498 / A.D. 1094–1105

Mu'izz al-Din Malik Shah II

A.H. 498 / A.D. 1105

Ghiyath al-Din Muhammad I

A.H. 498–511 / A.D. 1105–1118

Mu'izz al-Din Sanjar

A.H. 511–552 / A.D. 1118–1157

Seljuq Dynasty (Iraq)

A.H. 511–590 / A.D. 1117–1194

Seljuq Dynasty (Syria)

A.H. 471–511 / A.D. 1078–1117

Seljuq Dynasty (Kirman)

A.H. 433–583 / A.D. 1041–1187

Seljuq Dynasty (Rum): see below under Asia Minor

Burid Dynasty

A.H. 497–549 / A.D. 1104–1154

Zangid Dynasty (Mosul)

A.H. 521–619 / A.D. 1127–1222

'Imad al-Din Zangi ibn Aq Sonqur

A.H. 521–541 / A.D. 1127–1146

Sayf al-Din Ghazi I

A.H. 541–544 / A.D. 1146–1149

Qutb al-Din Mawdud

A.H. 544–564 / A.D. 1149–1169

Sayf al-Din Ghazi II

A.H. 564–572 / A.D. 1169–1176

'Izz al-Din Mas'ud I

A.H. 572–589 / A.D. 1176–1193

Nur al-Din Arslan Shah I

A.H. 589–607 / A.D. 1193–1211

'Izz al-Din Mas'ud II

A.H. 607–615 / A.D. 1211–1218

Nur al-Din Arslan Shah II

A.H. 615–616 / A.D. 1218–1219

Nasir al-Din Mahmud

A.H. 616–619 / A.D. 1219–1222

Zangid Dynasty (Aleppo)

A.H. 541–577 / A.D. 1146–1181

Nur al-Din Mahmud ibn Zangi

A.H. 541–569 / A.D. 1146–1174

Nur al-Din Isma'il

A.H. 569–577 / A.D. 1174–1181

Zangid Dynasty (Sinjar)

A.H. 566–617 / A.D. 1170–1220

Zangid Dynasty (Jazira)

A.H. 576–648 / A.D. 1180–1250

Begteginid Dynasty

A.H. 539–630 / A.D. 1145–1233

Artugid Dynasty (Hisn Kayfa line)

A.H. 491–629 / A.D. 1098–1232

Artugid Dynasty (Mardin line)

A.H. 497–811 / A.D. 1104–1408

Suqman Shahs

A.H. 493–604 / A.D. 1100–1207

Eldeguzid Dynasty

A.H. 531–622 / A.D. 1136–1225

Salghurid Dynasty

A.H. 543–668 / A.D. 1148–1270

Fadlawayhid Dynasty

A.H. 448–718 / A.D. 1056–1318

Hazaraspid Dynasty

A.H. 550–827 / A.D. 1155–1424

Qutlugh Khans

A.H. 619–706 / A.D. 1222–1306

Asia Minor and Turkey

Seljuq Dynasty

 (Rum)

A.H. 470–707 / A.D. 1077–1307

Sulayman ibn Qutlumush

A.H. 470–479 / A.D. 1077–1086

[interregnum]

[A.H. 479–485 / A.D. 1086–1092]

Qilich Arslan I

A.H. 485–500 / A.D. 1092–1107

Malik Shah

A.H. 500–510 / A.D. 1107–1116

Rukn al-Din Mas'ud I

A.H. 510–551 / A.D. 1116–1156

'Izz al-Din Qilich Arslan II

A.H. 551–588 / A.D. 1156–1192

Ghiyath al-Din Kay Khusraw I (1st reign)

A.H. 588–592 / A.D. 1192–1196

Rukn al-Din Sulayman II

A.H. 592–600 / A.D. 1196–1204

'Izz al-Din Qilich Arslan III

A.H. 600–601 / A.D. 1204

Ghiyath al-Din Kay Khusraw I (2nd reign)

A.H. 601–607 / A.D. 1204–1210

'Izz al-Din Kay Ka'us I

A.H. 607–616 / A.D. 1210–1219

'Ala' al-Din Kay Qubadh I

A.H. 616–634 / A.D. 1219–1237

Ghiyath al-Din Kay Khusraw II

A.H. 634–644 / A.D. 1237–1246

'Izz al-Din Kay Ka'us II

A.H. 644–646 / A.D. 1246–1248

Kay Ka'us II / Rukn al-Din Qilich Arslan IV (joint rule)

A.H. 646–647 / A.D. 1248–1249

Kay Ka'us II / Qilich Arslan IV / 'Ala' al-Din Kay Qubadh II (joint rule)

A.H. 647–655 / A.D. 1249–1257

Qilich Arslan IV

A.H. 655–663 / A.D. 1257–1265

Ghiyath al-Din Kay Khusraw III

A.H. 663–681 / A.D. 1265–1282

Ghiyath al-Din Mas'ud II (1st reign)

A.H. 681–683 / A.D. 1282–1284

'Ala' al-Din Kay Qubadh III (1st reign)

A.H. 683 / A.D. 1284

Ghiyath al-Din Mas'ud II (2nd reign)

A.H. 683–692 / A.D. 1284–1293

'Ala' al-Din Kay Qubadh III (2nd reign)

A.H. 692–693 / A.D. 1293–1294

Ghiyath al-Din Mas'ud II (3rd reign)

A.H. 693–700 / A.D. 1294–1301

'Ala' al-Din Kay Qubadh III (3rd reign)

A.H. 700–702 / A.D. 1301–1303

Ghiyath al-Din Mas'ud II (4th reign)

A.H. 702–704 / A.D. 1303–1305

'Ala' al-Din Kay Qubadh III (4th reign)

A.H. 704–707 / A.D. 1305–1307

Ghiyath al-Din Mas'ud III

A.H. 707 / A.D. 1307

Menqüchekid Dynasty

A.H. 464–ca. 650 / A.D. 1071–1252

Danishmandid Dynasty

A.H. 464–573 / A.D. 1071–1177

Isfendiyarid Dynasty

A.H. 690–866 / A.D. 1291–1461

Saru Khanid Dynasty

A.H. 700–813 / A.D. 1300–1410

Aydinid Dynasty

A.H. 708–829 / A.D. 1308–1425

Germiyandid Dynasty

A.H. 699–832 / A.D. 1300–1429

Hamidid Dynasty

A.H. 700–826 / A.D. 1239–1423

Menteshadid Dynasty

A.H. 700–829 / A.D. 1300–1426

Eretnaid Dynasty

A.H. 736–782 / A.D. 1335–1380

Ramadanid Dynasty

A.H. 780–819 / A.D. 1378–1416

Dhu-I-Qadrid Dynasty

A.H. 738–928 / A.D. 1337–1552

Karamanid Dynasty

A.H. 654–888 / A.D. 1256–1483

Ottoman Dynasty

A.H. 680–1342 / A.D. 1281–1924

Ertugrul

ca. A.H. 679–680 / A.D. 1280–1281

Osman

A.H. 680–724 / A.D. 1281–1324

Orhan

A.H. 724–761 / A.D. 1324–1360

Murad I

A.H. 761–791 / A.D. 1360–1389

Bayezid I

A.H. 791–805 / A.D. 1389–1403

[interregnum]

[A.H. 805–816 / A.D. 1403–1413]

Mehmet I Chelebi

A.H. 816–824 / A.D. 1413–1421

Murad II (1st reign)

A.H. 824–848 / A.D. 1421–1444

Mehmet II Fatih (1st reign)

A.H. 848–850 / A.D. 1444–1446

Murad II (2nd reign)

A.H. 850–855 / A.D. 1446–1451

Mehmet II Fatih (2nd reign)

A.H. 855–886 / A.D. 1451–1481

Bayezid II

A.H. 886–918 / A.D. 1481–1512

Selim I Yavuz

A.H. 918–926 / A.D. 1512–1520

Süleyman I Kanuni

 (

18.70.8

)

A.H. 926–974 / A.D. 1520–1566

Selim II

A.H. 974–982 / A.D. 1566–1574

Murad III

A.H. 982–1003 / A.D. 1575–1595

Mehmet III

A.H. 1003–1012 / A.D. 1595–1603

Ahmed I (

44.30

)

A.H. 1012–1026 / A.D. 1603–1617

Mustafa I (1st reign)

A.H. 1026–1027 / A.D. 1617–1618

Osman II

A.H. 1027–1031 / A.D. 1618–1622

Mustafa I (2nd reign)

A.H. 1031–1032 / A.D. 1622–1623

Murad IV

A.H. 1032–1049 / A.D. 1623–1640

Ibrahim

A.H. 1049–1058 / A.D. 1640–1648

Mehmet IV

A.H. 1058–1099 / A.D. 1648–1687

Süleyman II

A.H. 1099–1102 / A.D. 1687–1691

Ahmed II

A.H. 1102–1106 / A.D. 1691–1695

Mustafa II

A.H. 1106–1115 / A.D. 1695–1703

Ahmed III

A.H. 1115–1143 / A.D. 1703–1730

Mahmud I

A.H. 1143–1168 / A.D. 1730–1754

Osman III

A.H. 1168–1171 / A.D. 1754–1757

Mustafa III

A.H. 1171–1187 / A.D. 1757–1774

'Abdülhamid I

A.H. 1187–1203 / A.D. 1774–1789

Selim III

A.H. 1203–1222 / A.D. 1789–1807

Mustafa IV

A.H. 1222–1223 / A.D. 1807–1808

Mahmud II

A.H. 1223–1255 / A.D. 1808–1839

'Abdülmecid I

A.H. 1255–1277 / A.D. 1839–1861

'Abdüleziz

A.H. 1277–1293 / A.D. 1861–1876

Murad V

A.H. 1293 / A.D. 1876

'Abdülhamid II

A.H. 1293–1327 / A.D. 1876–1909

Mehmet V Reshad

A.H. 1327–1336 / A.D. 1909–1918

Mehmet VI

A.H. 1336–1341 / A.D. 1918–1922

'Abdülmecid II (caliph only)

A.H. 1341–1342 / A.D. 1922–1924

Kšprülü Wazirs

A.H. 1066–1122 / A.D. 1656–1710

Mehmet Pasha

A.H. 1066–1072 / A.D. 1656–1661

Fazil Ahmed Pasha

A.H. 1072–1087 / A.D. 1661–1676

Kara Mustafa Pasha (by marriage)

A.H. 1087–1095 / A.D. 1676–1683

Fazil Mustafa Pasha

A.H. 1101–1102 / A.D. 1689–1691

Hüseyin Pasha

A.H. 1109–1114 / A.D. 1697–1702

Nu'man Pasha

A.H. 1122 / A.D. 1710

Mongols

Great Mongols

A.H. 603–1043 / A.D. 1206–1634

Ilkhanid Dynasty

A.H. 654–754 / A.D. 1256–1353

Hülegü

A.H. 654–663 / A.D. 1256–1265

Abaqa

A.H. 663–680 / A.D. 1265–1282

Ahmad Tegüder

A.H. 680–683 / A.D. 1282–1284

Arghun

A.H. 683–690 / A.D. 1284–1291

Gaykhatu

A.H. 690–694 / A.D. 1291–1295

Baydu

A.H. 694 / A.D. 1295

Mahmud Ghazan

A.H. 694–703 / A.D. 1295–1304

Muhammad Khudabanda Öljeytü (Uljaytu)

A.H. 703–716 / A.D. 1304–1317

Abu Sa'id

A.H. 716–736 / A.D. 1317–1335

Arpa

A.H. 736–737 / A.D. 1335–1336

Musa

A.H. 737 / A.D. 1336

[rival khans]

A.H. 736–754 / A.D. 1336–1353

Golden Horde

A.H. 621–760 / A.D. 1224–1359

White Horde

A.H. 623–831 / A.D. 1226–1428

Chaghatayid Dynasty

A.H. 624–771 / A.D. 1227–1370

Khans of Kazan

A.H. 841–959 / A.D. 1438–1552

Khans of Kasimof

A.H. 854–1089 / A.D. 1450–1678

Khans of Crimea

A.H. 823–1197 / A.D. 1420–1783

Iran (after the Mongols)

Jalayirid Dynasty

A.H. 736–835 / A.D. 1336–1432

Muzaffarid Dynasty

A.H. 713–795 / A.D. 1314–1393

Injuid Dynasty

A.H. 703–758 / A.D. 1303–1357

Sarbadarid Dynasty

A.H. 758–781 / A.D. 1357–1379

Karts Dynasty

A.H. 643–791 / A.D. 1245–1389

Qara Quyunlu Dynasty

A.H. 782–873 / A.D. 1380–1468

Aq Quyunlu Dynasty

A.H. 780–914 / A.D. 1378–1508

Safavid dynasty

A.H. 907–1145 / A.D. 1501–1732

Isma'il I (

2006.523

)

A.H. 907–930 / A.D. 1501–1524

Tahmasp I

A.H. 930–984 / A.D. 1524–1576

Isma'il II

A.H. 984–985 / A.D. 1576–1578

Muhammad Khudabanda

A.H. 985–996 / A.D. 1578–1588

'Abbas I (

57.506

)

A.H. 996–1038 / A.D. 1587–1629

Safi I

A.H. 1038–1052 / A.D. 1629–1642

'Abbas II

A.H. 1052–1077 / A.D. 1642–1666

Sulayman I (Safi II)

A.H. 1077–1105 / A.D. 1666–1694

Husayn I

A.H. 1105–1135 / A.D. 1694–1722

Tahmasp II

A.H. 1135–1145 / A.D. 1722–1732

'Abbas III

A.H. 1145–1163 / A.D. 1732–1749

Sulayman II

A.H. 1163 / A.D. 1749–1750

Isma'il III

A.H. 1163–1166 / A.D. 1750–1753

Husayn II

A.H. 1166–1200 / A.D. 1753–1786

Muhammad

A.H. 1200 / A.D. 1786

Afsharid Dynasty

A.H. 1148–1210 / A.D. 1736–1795

Nadir Shah (Tahmasp Quli Khan)

A.H. 1148–1160 / A.D. 1736–1747

'Adil Shah ('Ali Quli Khan)

A.H. 1160–1161 / A.D. 1747–1748

Ibrahim

A.H. 1161 / A.D. 1748

Shah Rukh (in Khorasan)

A.H. 1161–1210 / A.D. 1748–1795

Zand Dynasty

A.H. 1163–1209 / A.D. 1750–1794

Muhammad Karim Khan

A.H. 1163–1193 / A.D. 1750–1779

Abu-I-Fath / Muhammad 'Ali (joint rulers)

A.H. 1193 / A.D. 1779

Sadiq (in Shiraz)

A.H. 1193–1195 / A.D. 1779–1781

'Ali Murad (in Isfahan)

A.H. 1193–1199 / A.D. 1779–1785

Ja'far

A.H. 1199–1203 / A.D. 1785–1789

Lutf 'Ali

A.H. 1203–1209 / A.D. 1789–1794

Qajar Dynasty

A.H. 1193–1342 / A.D. 1779–1924

Agha Muhammad

A.H. 1193–1212 / A.D. 1779–1797

Fath 'Ali Shah

A.H. 1212–1250 / A.D. 1797–1834

Muhammad

A.H. 1250–1264 / A.D. 1834–1848

Nasir al-Din (

1977.683.22

)

A.H. 1264–1313 / A.D. 1848–1896

Muzaffar al-Din

A.H. 1313–1324 / A.D. 1896–1907

Muhammad 'Ali

A.H. 1324–1327 / A.D. 1907–1909

Ahmad

A.H. 1327–1342 / A.D. 1909–1924

Transoxiana and Afghanistan

Timurid dynasty

A.H. 771–912 / A.D. 1370–1507

Timur

A.H. 771–807 / A.D. 1370–1405

Khalil

A.H. 807–812 / A.D. 1405–1409

Shah Rukh

A.H. 807–850 / A.D. 1405–1447

Ulugh Beg

A.H. 850–853 / A.D. 1447–1449

'Abd al-Latif

A.H. 853–854 / A.D. 1449–1450

'Abdullah

A.H. 854–855 / A.D. 1450–1451

Abu Sa'id

A.H. 855–873 / A.D. 1451–1469

Ahmad

A.H. 873–899 / A.D. 1469–1494

Mahmud ibn Abi Sa'id

A.H. 899–906 / A.D. 1494–1500

Shaybanid Dynasty

A.H. 905–1007 / A.D. 1500–1598

Janid Dynasty

A.H. 1009–1199 / A.D. 1559–1785

Mangit Dynasty

A.H. 1170–1339 / A.D. 1757–1920

Khans of Khiva

A.H. 921–1290 / A.D. 1515–1872

Ghaznavid Dynasty

A.H. 366–582 / A.D. 977–1186

Nasir al-Dawla Sebüktigin

A.H. 366–387 / A.D. 977–997

Isma'il

A.H. 387–388 / A.D. 997–998

Mahmud

A.H. 388–421 / A.D. 998–1030

Muhammad (1st reign)

A.H. 421 / A.D. 1030–1031

Mas'ud I

A.H. 421–432 / A.D. 1031–1041

Muhammad (2nd reign)

A.H. 432 / A.D. 1041

Shihab al-Dawla Mawdud

A.H. 432–441 / A.D. 1041–1050

Mas'ud II

A.H. 441 / A.D. 1050

'Ali

A.H. 441 / A.D. 1050

'Abd al-Rashid

A.H. 441–444 / A.D. 1050–1053

Qawam al-Dawla Toghril (usurper)

A.H. 444 / A.D. 1053

Farrukhzad

A.H. 444–451 / A.D. 1053–1059

Ibrahim

A.H. 451–492 / A.D. 1059–1099

Mas'ud III

A.H. 492–508 / A.D. 1099–1114

Shirzad

A.H. 508–509 / A.D. 1114–1115

Arslan Shah

A.H. 509–512 / A.D. 1115–1118

Bahram Shah

A.H. 512–547 / A.D. 1118–1152

Khusraw Shah

A.H. 547–555 / A.D. 1152–1160

Khusraw Malik

A.H. 555–582 / A.D. 1160–1186

Ghurid Dynasty

A.H. 390–612 / A.D. 1000–1215

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Hadith : Conversation
Hadith : Perbualan

            

Translation                   

رواه ابو داود و حدثه ابو هريرة

عَبَّادِ بْنِ أَبِي سَعِيدٍ أَنَّهُ سَمِعَ أَبَا هُرَيْرَةَ، يَقُولُ كَانَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم يَقُولُ

‏ "‏ اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنَ الأَرْبَعِ

مِنْ عِلْمٍ لاَ يَنْفَعُ

وَمِنْ قَلْبٍ لاَ يَخْشَعُ

وَمِنْ نَفْسٍ لاَ تَشْبَعُ

وَمِنْ دُعَاءٍ لاَ يُسْمَعُ ‏"‏ ‏.‏

 

Narrated AbuHurayrah:

 

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) used to say: "O Allah, I seek refuge in Thee from four things: Knowledge which does not profit, a heart which is not submissive, a soul which has an insatiable appetite, and a supplication which is not heard."

حَدَّثَنَا قُتَيْبَةُ بْنُ سَعِيدٍ، حَدَّثَنَا اللَّيْثُ، عَنْ سَعِيدِ بْنِ أَبِي سَعِيدٍ الْمَقْبُرِيِّ، عَنْ أَخِيهِ، عَبَّادِ بْنِ أَبِي سَعِيدٍ أَنَّهُ سَمِعَ أَبَا هُرَيْرَةَ، يَقُولُ كَانَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم يَقُولُ ‏ "‏ اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنَ الأَرْبَعِ مِنْ عِلْمٍ لاَ يَنْفَعُ وَمِنْ قَلْبٍ لاَ يَخْشَعُ وَمِنْ نَفْسٍ لاَ تَشْبَعُ وَمِنْ دُعَاءٍ لاَ يُسْمَعُ ‏"‏ ‏.‏

Grade : Sahih (Al-Albani)

Sunan Abu Dawud 1548

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10 Sebab Doa Tidak Dimakbulkan!

Terdapat satu kisah yang berlaku pada zaman tabiin , seorang ulama sufi yang terkenal, Ibrahim Adham pernah di tanya mengapakah doa-doa mereka langsung tidak dimakbulkan oleh Allah SWT.

doa dimakbulkan Allah

Beliau menjawab,

“Terdapat 10 perkara kenapa doa-doa mereka tidak di makbulkan oleh Allah SWT, antaranya ialah:

  • Kamu kata kenal Allah SWT tetapi kamu tidak menunaikan hak-Nya (tanggung jawab kamu kepadaNya)

  • Kamu membaca al-Quran, tetapi kamu tidak beramal dengan ajarannya.

  • Kamu kata kamu kasihkan Rasulullah SAW, tetapi kamu tidak beramal dengan sunnahnya.

  • Kamu kata syaitan itu musuh seterumu, tetapi kamulah karibnya dan patuh padanya.

  • Kamu berdoa untuk masuk ke syurga Allah SWT, tetapi kamu tidak beramal dengan amalan yang membawa kamu ke syurga.

  • Kamu berdoa minta di jauhkan dari api neraka, tetapi kamu beramal dengan amalan yang akan mencampakkan kamu ke neraka.

  • Kamu kata mati itu benar, tetapi kamu tidak bersedia untuk menghadapinya.

  • Kamu sibuk dengan keaiban saudaramu, tetapi kamu lupa dengan keaiban dirimu sendiri.

  • Kamu memakan nikmat Allah SWT, tetapi kamu tidak bersyukur kepada-Nya.

  • Kamu kuburkan saudaramu yang sudah mati, tetapi kamu tidak mengambil iktibar daripadanya.

Dengan itu maka taatlah akan Allah SWT,beramallah dengan Al-Quran, hidupkanlah amalan sunnah Rasulullah SAW, perangilah syaitan dengan penuh kesungguhan, berjalanlah di atas jalan menuju ke syurga, hindarilah dirimu dari masuk ke jalan ahli neraka.

Bersedialah untuk menghadapi maut, perbaikilah keaiban dirimu. Banyakkanlah meminta ampun (istighfar) dan bersyukur. Ingatlah kamu bahawa setiap diri di ikat oleh maut. Insya Allah, jika engkau demikian, maka doamu sentiasa di terima Allah SWT.”

Sahabat yang dirahmati Allah,

Marilah kita beramal dengan 10 amalan yang dinyatakan oleh Ahli Sufi Ibrahim Adham kerana kesemua perkara tersebut adalah ajaran Islam yang sepatutnya kita beramal dan melaksanakannya dalam kehidupan kita.

Jika kita istiqamah dengan Islam, melaksanakan semua perintah Allah SWT dan menjauhi larangan-Nya dan mematuhi sunah Rasulullah SAW dan menjaga hubungan kita sesama manusia maka yakinlah insya Allah doa-doa kita akan dimakbulkan oleh Allah SWT.

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