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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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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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20 - Taha

DAILY MOTIVATION ................... more

Quranic Knowledge   

    

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Hist - Mosque News & Stay ... 

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 Geo - Mosque News & Stay 

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
Tafsir Surah Taha Ayat 1 – 12 (Allah semayam di Arash)

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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

 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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4. ANSWERING CRITIQUES ON ISLAM

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5. DO NOT BE HIKMAH

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6. PEOPLE REVERTING TO ISLAM

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7. QURANIC MIRACLES & OTHERS

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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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ﭠﭡﭢﭣﭤﭥﭦﭧﭨ
ﭩﭪﭫﭬﭭﭮﭯﭰﭱﭲﭳﭴ
ﭑﭒﭓﭔ
ﭵﭶﭷﭸﭹﭺﭻﭼﭽﭾ
Toha
Toha|1|have not
tidak|We sent down
Kami turunkan|to you
kepadamu|the Quran
Quran|to distress you
agar engkau menjadi susah|2|but
melainkan|as warning
peringatan
ﭿﮀﮁﮂﮃﮄﮅﮆﮇﮈ
for the ones who
bagi orang yang|scared
takut|3|sent down
diturunkan|by the substances that
dan yang|had created
menciptakan|earth
bumi|and heaven
dan langit|which is high
yang tinggi|4
ﮉﮊﮋﮌﮍﮎﮏﮐﮑﮒﮓ
The Most Beneficent
Yang Maha Pengasih|on
diatas|the Arsy
Arsy|He stayed
bersemayam|5
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ﮞﮟﮠﮡﮢﮣﮤﮥﮦﮧﮨﮩﮪ
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ﯖﯗﯘﯙﯚﯛﯜﯝﯞﯟ
ﯠﯡﯢﯣﯤﯥﯦﯧﯨﯩﯪ
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ﭤﭥﭦﭧﭨﭩﭪﭫﭬﭭ
ﭮﭯﭰﭱﭲﭳﭴﭵﭶﭷ
ﭸﭹﭺﭻﭼﭽﭾﭿﮀ
ﮁﮂﮃﮄﮅﮆﮇﮈﮉﮊ
ﮋﮌﮍﮎﮏﮐﮑﮒﮓﮔﮕﮖ
ﮗﮘﮙﮚﮛﮜﮝﮞﮟ
on day
pada hari|We gather
Kami kumpulkan|the pious
orang2 bertakwa|to
kepada|the Most Generous (for all creations)
Yang Maha Pemurah (untuk semua kejadian)|as delegate
sebagai delegasi|85|and We will drive
dan Kami menghalau|the sinners
orang yang pendosa
ﮠﮡﮢﮣﮤﮥﮦﮧﮨﮩﮪ
to
ke|Fire
neraka jahanam|in thirst
dalam keadaan dahaga|86|not
tidak|they had
mereka mendapat|help
pertolongan|except
kecuali|the ones
orang yang|have made
telah mengadakan|aside
disisi
ﮫﮬﮭﮮﮯﮰﮱﯓﯔ
the Most Generous (for all creations)
Yang Maha Pemurah (untuk semua kejadian)|promise
perjanjian|87|
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ﯧﯨﯩﯪﯫﯬﯭﯮﯯﯰﯱﯲ
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Religion
Affiliation Sunni Islam
Province Khorasan
Location
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Municipality Nishapur County
 
Geographic coordinates 36°12′08″N58°47′47″E
Architecture
Type Mosque
Completed 1493

 

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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
Tafsir Surah Maryam Ayat 85 – 95 (Penerangan Syafaat)
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Tafsir Muyassar: تفسير المیسر

٧٧  أَفَرَأَيْتَ الَّذِي كَفَرَ بِآيَاتِنَا وَقَالَ لَأُوتَيَنَّ مَالًا وَوَلَدًا

٧٧  أعَلِمْت - أيها الرسول - وعجبت من هذا الكافر "العاص بن وائل" وأمثاله؟ إذ كفر بآيات الله وكذَّب بها وقال: لأعطينَّ في الآخرة أموالا وأولادًا.

٧٨  أَطَّلَعَ الْغَيْبَ أَمِ اتَّخَذَ عِنْدَ الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَهْدًا

٧٨  أطَّلَع الغيب، فرأى أن له مالا وولدًا، أم له عند الله عهد بذلك؟

٧٩  كَلَّا ۚ سَنَكْتُبُ مَا يَقُولُ وَنَمُدُّ لَهُ مِنَ الْعَذَابِ مَدًّا

٧٩  ليس الأمر كما يزعم ذلك الكافر، فلا علم له ولا عهد عنده، سنكتب ما يقول مِن كذب وافتراء على الله، ونزيده في الآخرة من أنواع العقوبات، كما ازداد من الغيِّ والضلال.

٨٠  وَنَرِثُهُ مَا يَقُولُ وَيَأْتِينَا فَرْدًا

٨٠  ونرثه مالَه وولده، ويأتينا يوم القيامة فردًا وحده، لا مال معه ولا ولد.

٨١  وَاتَّخَذُوا مِنْ دُونِ اللَّهِ آلِهَةً لِيَكُونُوا لَهُمْ عِزًّا

٨١  واتخذ المشركون آلهة يعبدونها من دون الله؛ لتنصرهم، ويعتزوا بها.

٨٢  كَلَّا ۚ سَيَكْفُرُونَ بِعِبَادَتِهِمْ وَيَكُونُونَ عَلَيْهِمْ ضِدًّا

٨٢  ليس الأمر كما يزعمون، لن تكون لهم الآلهة عزًا، بل ستكفر هذه الآلهة في الآخرة بعبادتهم لها، وتكون عليهم أعوانًا في خصومتهم وتكذيبهم بخلاف ما ظنوه فيها.

٨٣  أَلَمْ تَرَ أَنَّا أَرْسَلْنَا الشَّيَاطِينَ عَلَى الْكَافِرِينَ تَؤُزُّهُمْ أَزًّا

٨٣  ألم تر - أيها الرسول - أنَّا سلَّطْنا الشياطين على الكافرين بالله ورسله؛ لتغويهم، وتدفعهم عن الطاعة إلى المعصية؟

٨٤  فَلَا تَعْجَلْ عَلَيْهِمْ ۖ إِنَّمَا نَعُدُّ لَهُمْ عَدًّا

٨٤  فلا تستعجل - أيها الرسول - بطلب العذاب على هؤلاء الكافرين، إنما نحصي أعمارهم وأعمالهم إحصاءً لا تفريط فيه ولا تأخير.

٨٥  يَوْمَ نَحْشُرُ الْمُتَّقِينَ إِلَى الرَّحْمَٰنِ وَفْدًا

٨٥  يوم نجمع المتقين إلى ربهم الرحيم بهم وفودًا مكرمين. ونسوق الكافرين بالله سوقًا شديدًا إلى النار مشاة عِطاشًا.

٨٦  وَنَسُوقُ الْمُجْرِمِينَ إِلَىٰ جَهَنَّمَ وِرْدًا

٨٦  يوم نجمع المتقين إلى ربهم الرحيم بهم وفودًا مكرمين. ونسوق الكافرين بالله سوقًا شديدًا إلى النار مشاة عِطاشًا.

٨٧  لَا يَمْلِكُونَ الشَّفَاعَةَ إِلَّا مَنِ اتَّخَذَ عِنْدَ الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَهْدًا

٨٧  لا يملك هؤلاء الكفار الشفاعة لأحد، إنما يملكها مَنِ اتخذ عند الرحمن عهدًا بذلك، وهم المؤمنون بالله ورسله.

٨٨  وَقَالُوا اتَّخَذَ الرَّحْمَٰنُ وَلَدًا

٨٨  وقال هؤلاء الكفار: اتخذ الرحمن ولدًا.

٨٩  لَقَدْ جِئْتُمْ شَيْئًا إِدًّا

٨٩  لقد جئتم - أيها القائلون - بهذه المقالة شيئا عظيمًا منكرًا.

٩٠  تَكَادُ السَّمَاوَاتُ يَتَفَطَّرْنَ مِنْهُ وَتَنْشَقُّ الْأَرْضُ وَتَخِرُّ الْجِبَالُ هَدًّا

٩٠  تكاد السموات يتشقَّقْنَ مِن فظاعة ذلكم القول، وتتصدع الأرض، وتسقط الجبال سقوطًا شديدًا غضبًا لله لِنِسْبَتِهم له الولد. تعالى الله عن ذلك علوًا كبيرًا.

٩١  أَنْ دَعَوْا لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ وَلَدًا

٩١  تكاد السموات يتشقَّقْنَ مِن فظاعة ذلكم القول، وتتصدع الأرض، وتسقط الجبال سقوطًا شديدًا غضبًا لله لِنِسْبَتِهم له الولد. تعالى الله عن ذلك علوًا كبيرًا.

٩٢  وَمَا يَنْبَغِي لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ أَنْ يَتَّخِذَ وَلَدًا

٩٢  وما يصلح للرحمن، ولا يليق بعظمته، أن يتخذ ولدًا؛ لأن اتخاذ الولد يدل على النقص والحاجة، والله هو الغني الحميد المبرأ عن كل النقائص.

٩٣  إِنْ كُلُّ مَنْ فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ إِلَّا آتِي الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَبْدًا

٩٣  ما كل مَن في السموات من الملائكة، ومَن في الأرض من الإنس والجن، إلا سيأتي ربه يوم القيامة عبدًا ذليلا خاضعًا مقرًا له بالعبودية.

٩٤  لَقَدْ أَحْصَاهُمْ وَعَدَّهُمْ عَدًّا

٩٤  لقد أحصى الله سبحانه وتعالى خَلْقَه كلهم، وعلم عددهم، فلا يخفى عليه أحد منهم.

٩٥  وَكُلُّهُمْ آتِيهِ يَوْمَ الْقِيَامَةِ فَرْدًا

٩٥  وسوف يأتي كل فرد من الخلق ربه يوم القيامة وحده، لا مال له ولا ولد معه.

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Saheeh International

٧٧  أَفَرَأَيْتَ الَّذِي كَفَرَ بِآيَاتِنَا وَقَالَ لَأُوتَيَنَّ مَالًا وَوَلَدًا

77  Then, have you seen he who disbelieved in Our verses and said, "I will surely be given wealth and children [in the next life]?"

٧٨  أَطَّلَعَ الْغَيْبَ أَمِ اتَّخَذَ عِنْدَ الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَهْدًا

78  Has he looked into the unseen, or has he taken from the Most Merciful a promise?

٧٩  كَلَّا ۚ سَنَكْتُبُ مَا يَقُولُ وَنَمُدُّ لَهُ مِنَ الْعَذَابِ مَدًّا

79  No! We will record what he says and extend for him from the punishment extensively.

٨٠  وَنَرِثُهُ مَا يَقُولُ وَيَأْتِينَا فَرْدًا

80  And We will inherit him [in] what he mentions, and he will come to Us alone.

٨١  وَاتَّخَذُوا مِنْ دُونِ اللَّهِ آلِهَةً لِيَكُونُوا لَهُمْ عِزًّا

81  And they have taken besides Allah [false] deities that they would be for them [a source of] honor.

٨٢  كَلَّا ۚ سَيَكْفُرُونَ بِعِبَادَتِهِمْ وَيَكُونُونَ عَلَيْهِمْ ضِدًّا

82  No! Those "gods" will deny their worship of them and will be against them opponents [on the Day of Judgement].

٨٣  أَلَمْ تَرَ أَنَّا أَرْسَلْنَا الشَّيَاطِينَ عَلَى الْكَافِرِينَ تَؤُزُّهُمْ أَزًّا

83  Do you not see that We have sent the devils upon the disbelievers, inciting them to [evil] with [constant] incitement?

٨٤  فَلَا تَعْجَلْ عَلَيْهِمْ ۖ إِنَّمَا نَعُدُّ لَهُمْ عَدًّا

84  So be not impatient over them. We only count out to them a [limited] number.

٨٥  يَوْمَ نَحْشُرُ الْمُتَّقِينَ إِلَى الرَّحْمَٰنِ وَفْدًا

85  On the Day We will gather the righteous to the Most Merciful as a delegation

٨٦  وَنَسُوقُ الْمُجْرِمِينَ إِلَىٰ جَهَنَّمَ وِرْدًا

86  And will drive the criminals to Hell in thirst

٨٧  لَا يَمْلِكُونَ الشَّفَاعَةَ إِلَّا مَنِ اتَّخَذَ عِنْدَ الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَهْدًا

87  None will have [power of] intercession except he who had taken from the Most Merciful a covenant.

٨٨  وَقَالُوا اتَّخَذَ الرَّحْمَٰنُ وَلَدًا

88  And they say, "The Most Merciful has taken [for Himself] a son."

٨٩  لَقَدْ جِئْتُمْ شَيْئًا إِدًّا

89  You have done an atrocious thing.

٩٠  تَكَادُ السَّمَاوَاتُ يَتَفَطَّرْنَ مِنْهُ وَتَنْشَقُّ الْأَرْضُ وَتَخِرُّ الْجِبَالُ هَدًّا

90  The heavens almost rupture therefrom and the earth splits open and the mountains collapse in devastation

٩١  أَنْ دَعَوْا لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ وَلَدًا

91  That they attribute to the Most Merciful a son.

٩٢  وَمَا يَنْبَغِي لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ أَنْ يَتَّخِذَ وَلَدًا

92  And it is not appropriate for the Most Merciful that He should take a son.

٩٣  إِنْ كُلُّ مَنْ فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ إِلَّا آتِي الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَبْدًا

93  There is no one in the heavens and earth but that he comes to the Most Merciful as a servant.

٩٤  لَقَدْ أَحْصَاهُمْ وَعَدَّهُمْ عَدًّا

94  He has enumerated them and counted them a [full] counting.

٩٥  وَكُلُّهُمْ آتِيهِ يَوْمَ الْقِيَامَةِ فَرْدًا

95  And all of them are coming to Him on the Day of Resurrection alone.

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٧٧  أَفَرَأَيْتَ الَّذِي كَفَرَ بِآيَاتِنَا وَقَالَ لَأُوتَيَنَّ مَالًا وَوَلَدًا

77  Maka tidakkah engkau merasa hairan memikirkan (wahai Muhammad), akan orang yang kufur ingkar kepada ayat-ayat keterangan Kami serta ia berkata: "Demi sesungguhnya aku akan diberikan harta kekayaan dan anak-pinak pada hari akhirat?"

٧٨  أَطَّلَعَ الْغَيْبَ أَمِ اتَّخَذَ عِنْدَ الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَهْدًا

78  Adakah ia telah mengetahui akan perkara yang ghaib, atau adakah ia telah membuat perjanjian dengan (Allah) Ar-Rahman mengenainya?

٧٩  كَلَّا ۚ سَنَكْتُبُ مَا يَقُولُ وَنَمُدُّ لَهُ مِنَ الْعَذَابِ مَدًّا

79  Tidak sekali-kali! Kami akan menulis apa yang dikatakannya, dan Kami akan tambahi baginya dari azab seksa, berganda-ganda.

٨٠  وَنَرِثُهُ مَا يَقُولُ وَيَأْتِينَا فَرْدًا

80  Dan Kami akan warisi (harta benda dan anak-pinak) yang dikatakannya itu, dan ia akan datang kepada kami dengan seorang diri.

٨١  وَاتَّخَذُوا مِنْ دُونِ اللَّهِ آلِهَةً لِيَكُونُوا لَهُمْ عِزًّا

81  Dan mereka yang kafir menyembah benda-benda yang lain dari Allah sebagai tuhan-tuhan, supaya benda-benda yang mereka sembah itu menjadi penolong-penolong yang memberi kemuliaan dan pengaruh kepada mereka.

٨٢  كَلَّا ۚ سَيَكْفُرُونَ بِعِبَادَتِهِمْ وَيَكُونُونَ عَلَيْهِمْ ضِدًّا

82  Tidak sekali-kali! Bahkan benda-benda yang mereka pertuhankan itu mengingkari perbuatan mereka menyembahnya, dan akan menjadi musuh yang membawa kehinaan kepada mereka.

٨٣  أَلَمْ تَرَ أَنَّا أَرْسَلْنَا الشَّيَاطِينَ عَلَى الْكَافِرِينَ تَؤُزُّهُمْ أَزًّا

83  Tidakkah engkau mengetahui (Wahai Muhammad) bahawa Kami telah menghantarkan Syaitan-syaitan kepada orang-orang kafir, untuk menggalakkan mereka mengerjakan perbuatan kufur dan maksiat dengan bersungguh-sungguh?

٨٤  فَلَا تَعْجَلْ عَلَيْهِمْ ۖ إِنَّمَا نَعُدُّ لَهُمْ عَدًّا

84  Oleh itu, janganlah engkau segera marah terhadap mereka yang ingkar itu, kerana sesungguhnya kami hanya menghitung hari yang sedikit sahaja bilangannya untuk mereka.

٨٥  يَوْمَ نَحْشُرُ الْمُتَّقِينَ إِلَى الرَّحْمَٰنِ وَفْدًا

85  (Ingatlah) hari Kami himpunkan orang-orang yang bertaqwa untuk mengadap (Allah) Ar-Rahman, dengan berpasuk-pasukan.

٨٦  وَنَسُوقُ الْمُجْرِمِينَ إِلَىٰ جَهَنَّمَ وِرْدًا

86  Dan Kami akan menghalau orang-orang yang bersalah ke neraka Jahannam, dalam keadaan dahaga.

٨٧  لَا يَمْلِكُونَ الشَّفَاعَةَ إِلَّا مَنِ اتَّخَذَ عِنْدَ الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَهْدًا

87  Mereka tidak berhak mendapat dan memberi syafaat, kecuali orang yang telah mengikat perjanjian (dengan iman dan amal yang soleh) di sisi Allah yang melimpah-limpah rahmatNya!.

٨٨  وَقَالُوا اتَّخَذَ الرَّحْمَٰنُ وَلَدًا

88  Dan mereka yang kafir berkata: "(Allah) Ar-Rahman, mempunyai anak."

٨٩  لَقَدْ جِئْتُمْ شَيْئًا إِدًّا

89  Demi sesungguhnya, kamu telah melakukan satu perkara yang besar salahnya!

٩٠  تَكَادُ السَّمَاوَاتُ يَتَفَطَّرْنَ مِنْهُ وَتَنْشَقُّ الْأَرْضُ وَتَخِرُّ الْجِبَالُ هَدًّا

90  Langit nyaris-nyaris pecah disebabkan (anggapan mereka) yang demikian, dan bumi pula nyaris-nyaris terbelah, serta gunung-ganang pun nyaris-nyaris runtuh ranap, -

٩١  أَنْ دَعَوْا لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ وَلَدًا

91  Kerana mereka mendakwa mengatakan: (Allah) Ar-Rahman mempunyai anak.

٩٢  وَمَا يَنْبَغِي لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ أَنْ يَتَّخِذَ وَلَدًا

92  Padahal tiadalah layak bagi (Allah) Ar-Rahman, bahawa Ia mempunyai anak.

٩٣  إِنْ كُلُّ مَنْ فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ إِلَّا آتِي الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَبْدًا

93  Tidak ada sesiapapun di langit dan di bumi melainkan ia akan datang kepada (Allah) Ar-Rahman, sebagai hamba.

٩٤  لَقَدْ أَحْصَاهُمْ وَعَدَّهُمْ عَدًّا

94  Demi sesungguhnya! Allah telah mengira mereka (dengan pengetahuanNya) serta menghitung mereka satu persatu.

٩٥  وَكُلُّهُمْ آتِيهِ يَوْمَ الْقِيَامَةِ فَرْدًا

95  Dan mereka masing-masing akan datang mengadapNya pada hari kiamat dengan seorang diri.

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٧٧  أَفَرَأَيْتَ الَّذِي كَفَرَ بِآيَاتِنَا وَقَالَ لَأُوتَيَنَّ مَالًا وَوَلَدًا

77  你告诉我吧!有人不信我的迹象,却说:我必要获得财产和子嗣。

٧٨  أَطَّلَعَ الْغَيْبَ أَمِ اتَّخَذَ عِنْدَ الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَهْدًا

78  他曾窥见幽玄呢?还是他曾与至仁主订约呢?

٧٩  كَلَّا ۚ سَنَكْتُبُ مَا يَقُولُ وَنَمُدُّ لَهُ مِنَ الْعَذَابِ مَدًّا

79  不然,我将记录他所说的,我将为他加重刑罚,

٨٠  وَنَرِثُهُ مَا يَقُولُ وَيَأْتِينَا فَرْدًا

80  我将继承他所说的财产和子嗣。而他将单身来见我。

٨١  وَاتَّخَذُوا مِنْ دُونِ اللَّهِ آلِهَةً لِيَكُونُوا لَهُمْ عِزًّا

81  他们舍真主而崇拜许多主宰,作为自己的权利。

٨٢  كَلَّا ۚ سَيَكْفُرُونَ بِعِبَادَتِهِمْ وَيَكُونُونَ عَلَيْهِمْ ضِدًّا

82  不然,那些主宰将否认他们的崇拜,而变成他们的仇敌。

٨٣  أَلَمْ تَرَ أَنَّا أَرْسَلْنَا الشَّيَاطِينَ عَلَى الْكَافِرِينَ تَؤُزُّهُمْ أَزًّا

83  你还不知道吗?我把恶魔们放出去诱惑不信道者,

٨٤  فَلَا تَعْجَلْ عَلَيْهِمْ ۖ إِنَّمَا نَعُدُّ لَهُمْ عَدًّا

84  所以你对他们不要急躁,我只数他们的寿数。

٨٥  يَوْمَ نَحْشُرُ الْمُتَّقِينَ إِلَى الرَّحْمَٰنِ وَفْدًا

85  那日,我要把敬畏者集合到至仁主的那里,享受恩荣。

٨٦  وَنَسُوقُ الْمُجْرِمِينَ إِلَىٰ جَهَنَّمَ وِرْدًا

86  我要把犯罪者驱逐到火狱去,以沸水解渴。

٨٧  لَا يَمْلِكُونَ الشَّفَاعَةَ إِلَّا مَنِ اتَّخَذَ عِنْدَ الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَهْدًا

87  但与至仁主订约者除外,人们不得说情。

٨٨  وَقَالُوا اتَّخَذَ الرَّحْمَٰنُ وَلَدًا

88  他们说:至仁主收养儿子。

٨٩  لَقَدْ جِئْتُمْ شَيْئًا إِدًّا

89  你们确已犯了一件重大罪行。为了那件罪行,

٩٠  تَكَادُ السَّمَاوَاتُ يَتَفَطَّرْنَ مِنْهُ وَتَنْشَقُّ الْأَرْضُ وَتَخِرُّ الْجِبَالُ هَدًّا

90  天几乎要破,地几乎要裂,山几乎要崩。

٩١  أَنْ دَعَوْا لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ وَلَدًا

91  这是因为他们妄称人为至仁主的儿子。

٩٢  وَمَا يَنْبَغِي لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ أَنْ يَتَّخِذَ وَلَدًا

92  至仁主不会收养儿子,

٩٣  إِنْ كُلُّ مَنْ فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ إِلَّا آتِي الرَّحْمَٰنِ عَبْدًا

93  凡在天地间的,将来没有一个不像奴仆一样归依至仁主的。

٩٤  لَقَدْ أَحْصَاهُمْ وَعَدَّهُمْ عَدًّا

94  他确已统计过他们,检点过他们。

٩٥  وَكُلُّهُمْ آتِيهِ يَوْمَ الْقِيَامَةِ فَرْدًا

95  复活日他们都要单身来见他。

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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 .....    

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2.The word is not long.

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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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اليد العليا خير من اليد السفلى

HR Bukhari

بلغوا عنى ولو اية

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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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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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Miracle : Quiz
Mukjizat : Kuiz

             

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Yahya b Abi Kathir has reported this hadith with the same chain of transmitters and narrated:

And there he was sitting on the Throne between the heaven and the earth.

حَدَّثَنَا مُحَمَّدُ بْنُ الْمُثَنَّى، حَدَّثَنَا عُثْمَانُ بْنُ عُمَرَ، أَخْبَرَنَا عَلِيُّ بْنُ الْمُبَارَكِ، عَنْ يَحْيَى بْنِ أَبِي كَثِيرٍ، بِهَذَا الإِسْنَادِ وَقَالَ ‏ "‏ فَإِذَا هُوَ جَالِسٌ عَلَى عَرْشٍ بَيْنَ السَّمَاءِ وَالأَرْضِ ‏"‏ ‏.‏

Reference  : Sahih Muslim 161 e
In-book reference  : Book 1, Hadith 317
USC-MSA web (English) reference  : Book 1, Hadith 308

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World Islamic History : 312 H
9/4/924 - 28/3/925 CE

Ontario :Toronto
Canada

     

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Ontario

PROVINCE, CANADA

Flag of Ontario

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MOTTO: Ut Incepit Fidelis Sic Permanet (Loyal She Began, Loyal She  Remains).

Seal of Ontario

FLORAL EMBLEM: White Trillium.

FLORAL EMBLEM: White Trillium.

CAPITAL
Toronto

POPULATION
(2016) 13,448,494; (2019 est.) 14,411,424

TOTAL AREA (SQ MI)
415,599

TOTAL AREA (SQ KM)
1,076,395

PREMIER
Doug Ford (Progressive Conservative Party)

DATE OF ADMISSION
1867

PROVINCIAL MOTTO
"Ut incepit fidelis sic permanet (Loyal it began, loyal it remains)"

PROVINCIAL FLOWER
white trillium

SEATS IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
106 (of 308)

TIME ZONE
Central (GMT − 6 hours)
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Manitoba : Winnipeg
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History                         
Manitoba

PROVINCE, CANADA

Flag of Manitoba

flag of Manitoba

The official seal of the Province of Manitoba.

Seal of Manitoba

Floral emblem: Crocus.

Floral emblem: Crocus.

CAPITAL
Winnipeg

POPULATION
(2016) 1,278,365; (2019 est.) 1,356,836

TOTAL AREA (SQ MI)
250,116

TOTAL AREA (SQ KM)
647,797

PREMIER
Brian W. Pallister (Progressive Conservative Party)

DATE OF ADMISSION
1870

PROVINCIAL MOTTO
“Glorious and Free”

PROVINCIAL FLOWER
prairie crocus

SEATS IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
14 (of 308)

TIME ZONE
Central (GMT − 6 hours)

Alnor Mosque in Tromso - Norway  : The World's Northern most mosque 

 

The official name "Masjid Al Noor" has been changed to "Alnor Senter" from December 2006.All members from Tromsø Islamske Senter TRIS have now been transferred to the foundation Alnor, Storgata 132, Postbox 3447, 9276 Tromsø. 

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World Islamic History : 311 H
21/4/923 - 8/4/924 CE

                    

Ibn Khuzaymah

Title Imām al-aʼimmah (إمام الأئمة)
Imam ul-ahlul-hadith
Al-Hafiz
Al-Hujjah
Personal
Born Safar 223 AH
Nishapur
Died 2 Dhu al-Qi'dah 311 AH
Religion Islam
Jurisprudence Shafi'i[1][2]
Creed Athari
Main interest(s) HadithFiqh
Notable work(s) Sahih Ibn Khuzaymah
Muslim leader

Influenced by

 

Ibnu Khuzaimah merupakan salah seorang tokoh dalam bidang Hadis pada abad ke-4H, yang telah banyak menyumbangkan sebahagian besar hidupnya untuk mengkaji hadis.[1] Disebabkan oleh jasanya yang begitu besar, kebanyakan para ulama yang menyebutnya sebagai imamnya para imam (bahasa Arab: إمام الأئمة).[1][2] Salah satu karyanya yang sangat penting dan banyak mendapat ilham di kalangan ulama, adalah Ash-Shahih, sebuah karya yang dalam bidang hadis yang memuatkan hadis-hadis shahih yang tidak disebutkan dalam Sahih Bukhari dan Sahih Muslim.

Naisabur adalah satu daripada beberapa buahwilayah yang sudah melahirkan begitu ramai tokoh ahli hadis kenamaan, antara lain Ibnu Khuzaimah

Isi kandungan

Nama dan Kelahiran

Ibnu Khuzaimah atau nama sebenarnya Abu Bakar Muhammad bin Ishaq bin Khuzaimah An-Naisaburi. Dilahirkan pada bulan Safar 223 H. atau bersamaan 838 M. di Naisabur, sebuah bandar di Khurasan, yang kini terletak di bahagian timur laut negara Iran

Pendidikan, Guru dan Murid

Beliau memulakan pendidikannya dengan mempelajari Al-Quran, dan kemudian beliau mempelajari ilmu hadis melalui seorang ulama di Marwah, iaitu Muhammad bin Hisyam dan Ibnu Qutaibah. [2] Setelah usianya mencapai 17 tahun beliau melakukan pembelajaran intelektual ke pelbagai negeri Islam; seperti ke Marwah, RayySyriaMesirWashithBaghdadBasrahKufah dan lain-lain. 

Selama mempelajari ilmu pendidikan, beliau mempelajari melalui kebanyakan ulama tersohor pada zamannya, - selain yang telah disebutkan - antara lain: Ali bin Muhammad, Musa bin Sahl Ar-Ramli, Muhammad bin Harb, Abu Kuraib, Muhammad bin Maran, Yunus bin Abdul A’la, Abdul Jabbar bin Al-A’la, Ishaq bin Rahawaih, Mahmud bin Ghailan, Ali bin Hajar, dan lain-lain. 

Sebagai seorang imam besar di Khurasan, Ibnu Khuzaimah mempunyai ramai murid, antaranya: Ahmad bin Al-Mubarak, Ibrahim bin Abi Thalib, Abu Ali An-Nisaburi, Abu Amr bin Hamdan, Muhammad bin Ahmad bin Bashir, dan lain. [4]

Meninggal dunia

Ibnu Khuzaimah meninggal dunia pada malam Sabtu berzamaan 12 Zulkaedah tahun 311 H. atau yang bersamaan dengan 924 M. ketika berusia 89 tahun; jenazahnya dimandikan, dikafankan, disembahyangkan, dan dikebumikan di biliknya sendiri.

Penilaian Ulama

Terdapat ramai ulama yang memberikan pengakuan, penyaksian atas integriti dan keperibadian Ibnu Khuzaimah, antara lain:

Az-Zarkali (w. 1396 H.)

Az-Zarkali menyatakan bahawa pada zamannya, Ibnu Khuzaimah adalah seorang imam, ahli fikih, seorang ijtihad dan ahli dalam bidang hadis.

Adz-Dzahabi

Adz-Dzahabi menyatakan bahawa Ibnu Khuzaimah sebagai seorang hafiz besar (bahasa Arab: الحافظ الكبير), imam para imam, dan tuan guru Islam (bahasa Arab: شيخ الإسلام). [4]

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570 52 BH
  Birth of Prophet Muhammad at Mecca
610 12 BH
  Revelation of the first versus of the Quran
  Ali ibn Abu Talib and Abu Bakar as Siddiq accept Islam
615 7 BH
  Conversion of Omar Ibn Al Khattab
620 2 BH
  A group of Muslims migrates to Abyssinia to escape the persecution in Mecca
622  
  Prophet Muhammad migrates to Madina
  Start of the Islamic calendar
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623 
.
1AH 23 Jamadil Thani        2AH 3 Rejab
624 
.
2AH 4 Rejab                         3AH 14 Rejab
  Battle of Badr 
625
.
3AH 15 Rejab                     4AH 25 Rejab
  Battle of Uhud   
626
.
4AH 26 Rejab                       5AH 6 Syaban
  Battle of Khandaq / Battle of the Trench 
627
.
5AH 7 Syaban                   6AH 17 Syaban
  Prophet Muhammad concludes the Treaty of Hudaibiya with the Meccans
628
.
6AH 18 Syaban                7AH 28 Syaban
  The Muslims reclaim Mecca
  The Prophet sends messages to Khosroe of Persia, Heraclius of Byzantium, Muqawqis of Egypt and the king of Yemen, inviting them to accept Islam 
629
.
7AH 29 Syaban                  8AH 10 Ramadan
630
.
8AH 11 Ramadan                9AH 21 Ramadan
631
.
10AH 22 Ramadan              10AH 2 Syawal
632
.
10AH 3 Syawal                   11AH 13 Syawal
  Farewell pilgrimage of Prophet Muhammad
  The last verse of the Quran is revealed
  Defensive expedition to Tabuk against the Byzantines ends in a stalemate and commander Zaid bin Harris is killed in action
  Prophet Muhammad passes away
  The Companions establish the Caliphate to affirm the historical continuity of Islam
  Abu Bakar as Siddiq is elected the first Caliph
  Death of Fatimah az Zahra beloved daughter of the Prophet,wife of Ali ibn Abu Talib
 

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633
.
11AH 14 Syawal                 12AH 24 Syawal
  Abu Bakar conducts campaigns against eastern Arabs to ensure their compliance with zakat
  Rise of the false prophets
  Battle of Yamama against Musailimah Al Kazzab
  Abu Bakar authorizes the preparation of a written copy of the Quran, the Mashaf e Siddiqi
634
.
12AH 25 Syawal                 13AH 5 Zulqa'dah
  Muslim armies defeat the Byzantines at the Battle of Ajnadyn
  Abu Bakar passes away
  Omar ibn Al Khattab is elected the Caliph
635
.
13AH 6 Zulqa'dah             14AH 15 Zulqa'dah
  Campaigns against eastern Roman and Persian Empires
  The Muslims capture Damascus 
636
.
14AH 16 Zulqa'dah           15AH 27 Zulqa'dah
  The Persian army is defeated at the Battle of Qadasia
  The Byzantines are defeated at the Battle of Yarmuk
  Jerusalem conquered by Arab armies. Freedom of worship is guaranteed to Christians.
 

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637
.
15AH 28 Zulqa'dah          16 AH 8 Zulhijjah
  The Muslims capture Madayen, capital of the Persian Empire
638
.
16AH 9 Zulhijjah             17AH 19 Zulhijjah
639
.
17AH 20 Zulhijjah           18AH 30 Zulhijjah
640
.
19AH 1 Muharam            20AH 12 Muharam
  Omar bin al As begins campaigns in Egypt
641
.
20AH 13 Muharam           21AH 22 Muharam
  Arab armies advance towards Khorasan, Afghanistan dan Sindh
642
.
21AH 23 Muharam            22AH 3 Safar
  The conquest of Egypt is completed
  Caliph Omar streamlines the administration of the vast empire
  Judical rulings of Omar ibn al Khattab and Ali ibn Abu Talib provide a basis for the sciences of Fiqh
  Persian armies defeated at the Battle of Nahawand
643
.
22AH 4 Safar                   23AH 13 Safar
  First construction of the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem
644
.
23AH 14 Safar                  24AH 25 Safar
  Caliph Omar ibn Al Khattab is assassinated
  Uthman bin Affan is elected the Caliph
645
.
24AH 26 Safar                  25AH 6 Rabiulawal
646
.
25AH 7 Rabiulawal         26AH 17 Rabiulawal
647
.
26AH 18 Rabiulawal         27AH 28 Rabiulawal
648
.
27AH 29 Rabiulawal         28AH 10 Rabiulthani 
649
.
28AH 11 Rabiulthani          29AH 21 Rabiulthani
  Cyprus is captured from the Byzantines
650
.
29AH 22 Rabiulthani          30AH 2 Jamadilawal
  Pronunciation of Quranic verses standardized
651
.
30AH 3 Jamadilawal          31AH 12 Jamadilawal
652
.
31AH 13 Jamadilawal         32AH 24 Jamadilawal
  Death of Abu Dhar al Ghifari, venerated Companion and Sufi
653
.
32AH 25 Jamadilawal         33AH 5 Jamadilthani 
654
.
33AH 6 Jamadilthani          34AH 16 Jamadilthani
655
.
34AH 17 Jamadilthani         35AH 27 Jamadilthani
   
656
.
35AH 28 Jamadilthani         36AH 9 Rejab
  Caliph Uthman bin Affan is assassinated
  Ali ibn Abu Talib is elected the Caliph
  Beginning of the Civil Wars
  Caliph Ali ibn Abu Talib defeats dissidents under Aisha binti Abu Bakar at the Battle of the Camel  
657
.
36AH 10 Rejab                  37AH 20 Rejab
  Muawiya ibn Abu Sufyan, governor of Syria, refuses to recognize the Caliphate of Ali
  Battle of Siffin between forces of Ali and Muawiya
  Beginning of the Kharijite schism
 

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37AH 21 Rejab                 38AH 1 Syaban
  Ali ibn Abu Talib defeats the Kharijites at the Battle of Nahrawan
  Muawiya is declared the Caliph by his supporters in Damascus
659
.
38AH 2 Syaban               39AH 11 Syaban
  Truce between Caliph Ali ibn Abu Talib and Muawiya ibn Abu Sufyan
660
.
39AH 12 Syaban               40AH 22 Syaban
661
.
40AH 23 Syaban               41AH 3 Ramadan
  Caliph Ali ibn Abu Talib is assassinated
  Age of Khulafa e Rashidoon ends
  Muawiya claims the Caliphate
  Beginning of the Umayyad dynasty
  Imam Hassan ibn Ali retires from politics
662
.
41AH 4 Ramadan             42AH 14 Ramadan
663
.
42AH 15 Ramadan            43AH 25 Ramadan
664
.
43AH 26 Ramadan            44AH 7 Syawal
665
.
44AH 8 Syawal                 45AH 18 Syawal
  Muawiya orders the buildup of a navy
666
.
45AH 19 Syawal               46AH 28 Syawal
667
.
46AH 29 Syawal               47AH 10 Zulqa'dah
  Muslim armies capture Khorasan
668
.
47AH 11 Zulqa'dah            48AH 21 Zulqa'dah
669
.
48AH 22 Zulqa'dah           49AH 2 Zulhijjah
  Death of Imam Hassan ibn Ali
670
.
49AH 3 Zulhijjah             50AH 12 Zulhijjah
  Uqba bin Nafi begins the conquest of North Africa
  The city of Khairaoun in North Africa is founded
671
.
50AH 13 Zulhijjah            51AH 23 Zulhijjah
  Muslim armies capture the island of Rhodes
  The first attempt to capture Constantinople fails
672
.
51AH 24 Zulhijjah            53AH 5 Muharam
673
.
53AH 6 Muharam              54AH 16 Muharam
674
.
54AH 17 Muharam             55AH 27 Muharam
675
.
55AH 28 Muharam              56AH 8 Safar
676
.
56AH 9 Safar                    57AH 20 Safar
677
.
57AH 21 Safar                   58AH 1 Rabiulawal
678
.
58AH 2 Rabiulawal           59AH 11 Rabiulawal
  Death of Aisha binti Abu Bakar wife of Prophet Muhammad and the source of a large number of Hadith
 

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679
.
59AH 12 Rabiulawal            60AH 21 Rabiulawal
680
.
60AH 22 Rabiulawal          61AH 3 Rabiulthani 
  Death of Muawiya ibn Abu Sufyan
  Yazid son of Muawiya becomes Omayyad ruler
  The tragedy of Karbala, Hussain ibn Ali,grandson of the Prophet is martyred
  Beginning of Yawm e Ashoora
681
.
61AH 4 Rabiulthani             62AH 14 Rabiulthani
682
.
62AH 15 Rabiulthani            63AH 25 Rabiulthani
683
.
63AH 26 Rabiulthani             64AH 7 Jamadilawal
  Yazid sacks Madina
  Uqba bin Nafi conquers North Africa
  Death of Yazid: Muawiya II succeeds him
684
.
64AH 8 Jamadilawal              65AH 18 Jamadilawal
  Marwan I becomes the Caliph
685
.
65AH 19 Jamadilawal            66AH 28 Jamadilawal
  Abdul Malik becomes the Caliph
  Construction of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem
  Muslim armies advance into Central Asia
686
.
66AH 29 Jamadilawal            67AH 9 Jamadilthani 
687
.
67AH 10 Jamadilthani            68AH 20 Jamadilthani
688
.
68AH 21 Jamadilthani             69AH 2 Rejab
689
.
69AH 3 Rejab                      70AH 13 Rejab
690
.
70AH 14 Rejab                    71AH 24 Rejab 
  Omayyad armies reach the Atlantic Ocean
691
.
71AH 25 Rejab                 72AH 5 Syaban
  Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem is completed
692
.
72AH 6 Syaban                   73AH 17 Syaban
  Abdul Malik mints the first coins of the Islamic state
693
.
73AH 18 Syaban                74AH 27 Syaban
  Al Hajjaj also known as al Hajjaj the cruel becomes governor of Iraq
694
.
74AH 28 Syaban                75AH 8 Ramadan
  Construction of the Omayyad Mosque in Damascus
695
.
75AH 9 Ramadan              76AH 19 Ramadan
696
.
76AH 20 Ramadan            77AH 1 Syawal
697
.
77AH 2 Syawal                  78AH 11 Syawal
698
.
78AH 12 Syawal                 79AH 22 Syawal
699
.
79AH 23 Syawal                 80AH 3 Zulqa'dah
  Death of Al Juhani rationalist, philosopher
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.
80AH 4 Zulqa'dah               81AH 15 Zulqa'dah

701
.

81AH 16 Zulqa'dah             82AH 26 Zulqa'dah

702
.

82AH 27 Zulqa'dah             83AH 7 Zulhijjah
703
.
83AH 8 Zulhijjah                 84AH 17 Zulhijjah
704
.
84AH 18 Zulhijjah               85AH 28 Zulhijjah
705
.
85AH 29 Zulhijjah               87AH 10 Muharam
  Al Walid I becomes the Caliph and begins a vigorous expansion of the empire
706
.
87AH 11 Muharam             88AH 20 Muharam
707
.
88AH 21 Muharam             89AH 1 Safar
708
.
89AH 2 Safar                      90AH 13 Safar
709
.
90AH 14 Safar                    91AH 24 Safar
710
.
91AH 25 Safar                    92AH 6 Rabiulawal
711
.
92AH 7 Rabiulawal             93AH 16 Rabiulawal
  Tariq ibn Ziyad lands in Spain. Visigoth army under Rodriguez is defeated at the Battle of Buhayrah
  Muhammad bin Qasim lands at Debal subdues Baluchistan , Sindh , Multan and southern Punjab
712
.
93AH 17 Rabiulawal           94AH 27 Rabiulawal
  Musa ibn Nusair advances into Leon, Astoria, and Galicia
  Beginning of 780 years of Muslim rule in Andalus
  Jewish golden age in Spain
  Death of Imam Zainul Abedin
713
.
94AH 28 Rabiulawal           95AH 8 Rabiulthani 
  Zaid bin Zainul Abedin organizes resistance to the Omayyads. Beginning of the Zaidi branch.
  Muslim armies capture Lyons in France
714
.
95AH 9 Rabiulthani            96AH 19 Rabiulthani
  Muhammad bin Qasim recalled from Sindh by Hajjaj bin Yusuf and imprisoned until death
  Muslims capture Normandy in France
715
.
96AH 20 Rabiulthani          97AH 29 Rabiulthani
  Sulaiman becomes Umayyad Caliph
  Musa ibn Nusair recalled from Spain by Caliph Sulaiman, stripped of all power and banished into the desert
716
.
97AH 1 Jamadilawal        98AH 12 Jamadilawal
717
.
98AH 13 Jamadilawal         99AH 23 Jamadilawal
  Omar bin Abdul Aziz becomes the Caliph and attempts reconciliation in the Islamic community. He lowers taxes on peasants in Persia and Egypt.
  The Byzantines repulse a second Muslim attempt to capture Constantinople.
  Spread of Islam into Persia and Egypt picks up momentum
 

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718
.
99AH 24 Jamadilawal        100AH 4 Jamadilthani 
719
.
100AH 5 Jamadilthani        101AH 14 Jamadilthani
  Omar bin Abdul Aziz is poisoned
  Yazid II becomes the Caliph
720
.
101AH 15 Jamadilthani       102AH 26 Jamadilthani
  Muslim armies cross the Pyrenees and occupy southern France
721
.
102AH 27 Jamadilthani      103AH 7 Rejab
722
.
103AH 8 Rejab                   104AH 17 Rejab
723
.
104AH 18 Rejab                 105AH 28 Rejab
724
.
105AH 29 Rejab                106AH 10 Syaban
  Hisham becomes the Caliph
725
.
106AH 11 Syaban              107AH 21 Syaban
726
.
107AH 22 Syaban              108AH 2 Ramadan
727
.
108AH 3 Ramadan            109AH 13 Ramadan
728
.
109AH 14 Ramadan            110AH 25 Ramadan
  Death of Hasan al Basri,well known Sufi Shaykh
729
.
110AH 26 Ramadan            111AH 6 Syawal
730
.
111AH 7 Syawal                 112AH 16 Syawal
731
.
112AH 17 Syawal                113AH 26 Syawal
  Death of Imam al Baqir
732
.
113AH 27 Syawal                 114AH 8 Zulqa'dah
  Charles Martel stops the Muslim advance into Europe at the Battle of Tours
733
.
114AH 9 Zulqa'dah              115AH 19 Zulqa'dah
734
.
115AH 20 Zulqa'dah            116AH 30 Zulqa'dah
735
.
116AH 1 Zulhijjah                117AH 11 Zulhijjah
  Muslim armies advance through southern France and occupy mountain passes in Switzerland
736
.
117AH 12 Zulhijjah               118AH 23 Zulhijjah
737
.
118AH 24 Zulhijjah                120AH 4 Muharam
738
.
120AH 5 Muharam                121AH 15 Muharam
739
.
121AH 16 Muharam               122AH 25 Muharam
   
740
.
122AH 26 Muharam                123AH 7 Safar
  Death of Imam Zaid bin Zain ul Abedin
741
.
123AH 8 Safar                        124AH 17 Safar
742
.
124AH 18 Safar                       125AH 28 Safar
   
743
.
125AH 29 Safar                       126AH 9 Rabiulawal
  Al Walid II becomes the Caliph
744
.
126AH 10 Rabiulawal              127AH 21 Rabiulawal
  Abu Muslim is appointed the chief dayee of Khorasan
  Yazid III, Ibrahim and Marwan II become the Caliphs in rapid succession
745
.
127AH 22 Rabiulawal               128AH 3 Rabiulthani 
  Imam Jaafar as Saadiq discusses Fiqh issues in his study circles. Imam Abu Haneefa participates in these studies and benefits from them.
746
.
128AH 4 R.T                           129AH 3 R.T
  Beginning of the Abbasid revolution in Khorasan
747
.
129AH 14 R.T                         130AH 24 R.T
  Kufa falls to the Abbasids. Abu Muslim nominates Abul Abbas as the first Abbasid Caliph
748
.
130AH 25 R.T                      131AH 6 J.A
749
.
131AH 7 J.A                       132AH 16 J.A
750
.
132AH 17 J.A                      133AH 27 J.A
  The Abbasid Revolution
  The Abbasid forces defeat the Caliph Marwan at the Battle of Zab. The Umayyads are swept away from power and are slaughtered
  Andur Rahman I escapes to Spain
  Beginning of the Abbasid Caliphate in Baghdad. Abu Abbas al Saffah becomes the first Abbasid Caliph
 

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751
.
133AH 28 J.A                  134AH 8 J.T
  Battle of Tlas.The Muslim armies are victorious over the forces of the Tang Empire. China cedes Central Asia to the Caliphate
  Systematic development of Fiqh begins
752
.
134AH 9 J.T                 135AH 20 J.T
753
.
135AH 21 J.T                136AH 1 Rej
   
754
.
136AH 2 Rej                  137AH 12 Rej
  Al Mansur becomes the Caliph,sends troops into China in response to a request for help from the Tang Emperor Tsung. 
755
.
137AH 13 Rej                 138AH 22 Rej
  The Umayyad Abdur Rahman I establishes the Umayyad Emirate in Cordoba Spain
756
.
138AH 23 Rej                139AH 4 Syab
757
.
139AH 5 Syab             140AH 15 Syab
   
758
.
140AH 16 Syab             141AH 25 Syab
   
759
.
141AH 26 Syab               142AH 6 Ramad
  The Franks recapture Narbonne from the Muslims
760
.
142AH 7 Ramad                143AH 18 Ramad
  Death of Imam Ismail, son of Imam Jaafar as Saadiq
  Beginning of the Fatimid branch among Muslims
761
.
143AH 19 Ramad               144AH 29 Ramad
762
.
144AH 30 Ramad               145AH 10 Syaw
763
.
145AH 11 Syaw                   146AH 21 Syaw
  Baghdad becomes the seat of the Caliphate and the cradle of Islamic civilization
764
.
146AH 22 Syaw                  147AH 3 Zulqa'
765
.
147AH 4 Zulqa'                  148AH 13 Zulqa'
  Death of Imam Jaafar as Saadiq one of the principal sources of Fiqh. Caliph al Mansur establishes schools of translation in Baghdad.
  Muslims come into contact with Greek philosophy and Indian mathematics
766
.
148AH 14 Zulqa'                149AH 24 Zulqa'
767
.
149AH 25 Zulqa'                150AH 5 Zulhij
768
.
150AH 6 Zulhij                  151AH 16 Zulhij
  Death of Imam Abu Haneefa after whom the Hanafi school of Fiqh is named.
  Charlemagne ( 768-814) ascends the Frankish throne.
 

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769
.
151AH 17 Zulhij                152AH 27 Zulhij
770
.
152AH 28 Zulhij                154AH 8 Muh
771
.
154AH 9 Muh                  155AH 19 Muh
772
.
155AH 20 Muh                  156AH 1 Saf
773
.
156AH 2 Saf                   157AH 12 Saf
774
.
157H 13 Saf                    158H 22 Saf
775
.
158H 23 Saf                   159H 3 R.A
  Al Mahdi becomes the Caliph
776
.
159H 4 R.A                  160H 15 R.A

777

.

160H 16 R.A                 161H 25 R.A
778
.
161H 26 R.A                  162H 6 R.T
  Charlemagne of France raids Muslim Spain
779
.
162H 7 R.T                   163H 17 R.T
780
.
163H 18 R.T                 164H 29 R.T
  Charlemagne invades German territories and converts the Germans to Christianity
781
.
164H 1 J.A                   165H 11 J.A
  Ibn Jabir invents the science of chemistry
782
.
165H 12 J.A                166H 21 J.A
783
.
166H 22 J.A                167H 2 J.T
784
.
167H 3 J.T                168H 13 J.T
785
.
168H 14 J.T                169H 24 J.T
  Al Hadi becomes the Caliph
786
.
169H 25 J.T                170H 5 Rej
  Harun al Rashid becomes the Caliph. Golden age of Baghdad
787
.
170H 6 Rej                 171H 16 Rej
788
.
171H 17 Rej               172H 28 Rej
  Beginning of the Idrisid dynasty in North Africa
789
.
172H 29 Rej                173H 9 Syab
790
.
173H 10 Syab              174H 20 Syab
  The manufacture of paper is introduced into Baghdad from China

791
.

174H 21 Syab             175H 1 Ramad
792
.
175H 2 Ramad             176H 12 Ramad
793
.
176H 13 Ramad           177H 22 Ramad
794
.
177H 23 Ramad             178H 3 Syaw
795
.
178H 4 Syaw                  179H 14 Syaw
  Death of Imam Malik bin Anas, after whom the Maliki school of Fiqh is named

796

.

179H 15 Syaw                180H 26 Syaw

797

.

180H 27 Syaw                181H 7 Zulqa'
798
.
181H 8 Zulqa'                182H 18 Zulqa'
799
.
182H 19 Zulqa'               183H 29 Zulqa'
  Zubaida, wife of Harun al Rashid performs the Hajj and builds rest houses for hajjis on the road
  Death of Imam Muza al Kazim
 

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800
.
183H 30 Zulqa'              184H 11 Zulhij
  Harun al Rashid and Charlemagne exchange ambassadors
801
.
184H 12 Zulhij               185H 21 Zulhij
  The city of Fez is established
  Charlemagne begins an invasion of Muslim Spain
802
.
185H 22 Zulhij                187H 2 Muh
  Death of Rabia al Adawiya one of the most celebrated spiritual luminaries and a teacher of Sufi masters
803
.
187H 3 Muh                188H 13 Muh
804
.
188H 14 Muh                189H 24 Muh
805
.
189H 25 Muh                 190H 6 Saf
806
.
190H 7 Saf                    191H 17 Saf
807
.
18 Saf 191H                  27 Saf 192H 
808
.
192H 28 Saf                   193H 9 R.A
809
.
193H 10 R.A                  194H 20 R.A
  Death of Harun al Rashid. Al Amin becomes the Caliph in Baghdad
810
.
194H 21 R.A                 195H 1 R.T
811
.
195H 2 R.T                   196H 11 R.T
812
.
196H 12 R.T                  197H 22 R.T
813
.
197H 23 R.T                   198H 4 J.A
  Al Mamun succeeds his brother Al Amin as the Caliph
814
.
198H 5 J.A                     199H 15 J.A
  Death of Charlemagne. The Carolingian Empire in Europe begins to disintegrate
815
.
199H 16 J.A                    200H 26 J.A
  Al Khwarizmi invents the science of Algebra and develops the mathematics of equations
  Viking raids from the North ravage Europe
  The Abbasid Empire begins a slow process of disintegration. The Idrisids in North Africa and the Tahirids in Persia become autonomous
 

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816
.
200H 27 J.A                 201H 8 J.T
817
.
201H 9 J.T                   202H 18 J.T
818
.
202H 19 J.T                  203H 29 J.T
  Death of Imam Ali al Rida
819
.
203H 30 J.T                 204H 10 Rej
820
.
204H 11 Rej                  205H 21 Rej
  Death of Imam al Shafie after whom the Shafie school of Fiqh is named.
  Rise of the Aghlabids in North Africa
821
.
205H 22 Rej                  206H 2 Syab
822
.
206H 3 Syab                 207H 13 Syab
  Music flourishes at the court of Cordoba under the musician al Zirhab
  The Aghlabid armies from North Africa invade Sicily
823
.
207H 14 Syab                208H 24 Syab
824
.
208H 25 Syab                 209H 6 Ramad
825
.
209H 7 Ramad               210H 17 Ramad
826
.
210H 18 Ramad               211H 28 Ramad
827
.
211H 29 Ramad                212H 8 Syaw
  Caliph al Mamun adopts Mutazilite doctrines as court dogma
  The Idrisids capture Crete, Sardinia and Sicily
828
.
212H 9 Syaw                    213H 20 Syaw
829
.
213H 21 Syaw                    214H 1 Zulqa'
830
.
214H 2 Zulqa'                    215H 11 Zulqa'
  Caliph al Mamun patronizes the Bait ul Hikmah (House of Wisdom) in Baghdad and encourages translation of Greek and Sanskrit books into arabic. The Muslims develop concept of decimals in mathematics
831
.
215H 12 Zulqa'                 216H 22 Zulqa'
  Muslims capture Palermo Italy
832
.
216H 23 Zulqa'                 217H 4 Zulhij
833
.
217H 5 Zulhij                    218H 15 Zulhij
  Death of Al Mamun. Al Mutasim becomes the Caliph and enlists Turks into the army
834
.
218H 16 Zulhij                  219H 26 Zulhij
835
.
219H 27 Zulhij                  221H 7 Muh
  Death of Imam al Jawwad
836
.
221H 8 Muh                    222H 18 Muh
837
.
222H 19 Muh                   223H 29 Muh
838
.
223H 30 Muh                   224H 10 Saf
  Umayyad armies from Spain occupy Marseilles France
839
.
224H 11 Saf                    225H 20 Saf
840
.
225H 21 Saf                     226H 3 R.A
  Death of Al Khwarizmi mathematician , Sufi Shaykh
841
.
226H 4 Rabiulawal          227H 14 Rabiulawal
842
.
227H 15 Rabiulawal         228H 25 Rabiulawal
  Al Wathiq becomes the Caliph
843
.
228H 26 Rabiulawal         229H 6 Rabiulthani
844
.
229H 7 Rabiulthani          230H 17 Rabiulthani
845
.
230H 18 Rabiulthani         231H 28 Rabiulthani
846
.
231H 29 Rabiulthani          232 8 Jamadilawal
  The Aghlabids in North Africa occupy Pisa and conduct a raid on Rome
 

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847
.
232H 9 Jamadilawal           233H 19 Jamadilawal
  Al Mutawakkil becomes the Caliph abandons Mutazilite doctrines
848
.
233H 20 Jamadilawal          234H 1 Jamadilthani
849
.
234H 2 Jamadilthani           235H 12 Jamadilthani
850
.
235H 13 Jamadilthani           236H 23 Jamadilthani
  Turkish influence in the Caliphate grows
851
.
236H 24 Jamadilthani            237H 4 Rejab
852
.
237H 5 Rejab                     238H 16 Rejab
853
.
238H 17 Rejab                  239H 26 Rejab
854
.
239H 27 Rejab                    240H 7 Syaban
855
.
240H 8 Syaban                  241H 7 Syaban
  Death of Imam ibn Hanbal after whom the Hanbali school of FIqh is named
856
.
241H 18 Syaban               242H 29 Syaban
857
.
242H 30 Syaban              243H 10 Ramadan
858
.
243H 11 Ramadan           244H 21 Ramadan
859
.
244H 22 Ramadan           245H 2 Syawal
860
.
245H 3 Syawal                246H 14 Syawal
   
861
.
246H 15 Syawal               247H 25 Syawal
  University of Kairaouine ( established 859 CE ) in Fes Morocco. Caliph al Mutawakkil is murdered in Baghdad. Al Muntasir becomes the Caliph
862
.
247H 26 Syawal            248H 6 Zulqa'dah
863
.
248H 7 Zulqa'dah           249H 16 Zulqa'dah
864
.
249H 17 Zulqa'dah            250H 28 Zulqa'dah
865
.
250H 29 Zulqa'dah            251H 8 Zulhijjah
866
.
251H 9 Zulhijjah               252H 19 Zulhijjah
  Al Mutaz becomes the Caliph
867
.
252H 20 Zulhijjah             253H 30 Zulhijjah
868
.
254H 1 Muharram            255H 12 Muharram
  Egypt becomes autonomous under the Tulunids
  Palermo in Sicily becomes a center of Islamic learning
  Death of Imam al Hadi
869
.
255H 13 Muharram           256H 23 Muharram
870
.
256H 24 Muharram            257H 4 Safar
  The Zanj workers from East Africa revolt in Iraq
  Death of Al Farabi and Al Kindi noted men of science
  Death of Al Tabari renowned physician
  The Muslims capture Malta
  Al Mutamid becomes the Caliph in Baghdad
871
.
257H 5 Safar                  258H 15 Safar
872
.
258H 16 Safar                259H 26 Safar
873
.
259H 27 Safar                  260H 7 Rabiulawal
874
.
260H 8 Rabiulawal          261H 18 Rabiulawal
  Death of Abul Hussain Muslim, compiler of Hadith
  Death of Imam al Askari
  Death of Al Kindi mathematician astronomer
  Death of Al Bistami one of the most celebrated Sufi Shaikhs
 

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875
.
261H 19 Rabiulawal          262H 28 Rabiulawal
  Hamdan Karamat starts the Karamatian movement
  The Sassanids establish themselves in Bokhara
876
.
262H 29 Rabiulawal            263H 11 Rabiulthani
877
.
263H 12 Rabiulthani             264H 22 Rabiulthani
878
.
264H 23 Rabiulthani              265H 3 Jamadilawal
  Disappearance of Imam al Muntazar the Twelth Imam
  Beginning of belief in the hidden Imam
879
.
265H 4 Jamadilawal              266H 14 Jamadilawal
880
.
266H 15 Jamadilawal             267H 25 Jamadilawal
  The Aghlabids lose southern Italy to Christian forces
881
.
267H 26 Jamadilawal              268H 6 Jamadilthani
882
.
268H 7 Jamadilthani               269H 16 Jamadilthani
  A rebellion of the Zanj in Iraq is crushed
883
.
269H 17 Jamadilthani             270H 27 Jamadilthani
884
.
270H 28 Jamadilthani              271H 9 Rejab
885
.
271H 10 Rejab                         272H 20 Rejab
886
.
272H 21 Rejab                         273H 1 Syaban
887
.
273H 2 Syaban                       274H 12 Syaban
  Peasant revolt in China against foreigners forces out the Muslims of Canton
888
.
274H 13 Syaban                      275H 23 Syaban
889
.
275H 24 Syaban                       276H 4 Ramadan
  Death of Ibn Kutaiba historian
890
.
276H 5 Ramadan                     277H 15 Ramadan
  Spanish Muslims re-establish bases in southern France and conduct raids into Switzerland
891
.
277H 16 Ramadan                   278H 25 Ramadan
892
.
278H 26 Ramadan                    279H 7 Syawal
  Death of Muhammed al Tharmidi historian
  Al Mutadid becomes the Caliph
893
.
279H 8 Syawal                         280H 18 Syawal
  The Karamatians capture Yemen
894
.
280H 19 Syawal                       281H 29 Syawal
895
.
281H 30 Syawal                       282H 10 Syawal
896
.
282H 11 Syawal                        283H 22 Zulqa'dah
897
.
283H 23 Zulqa'dah                     284H 3 Zulhijjah
898
.
284H 4 Zulhijjah                        285H 14 Zulhijjah
  Imam al Hadi Yahya establishes a Zaidi state in Yemen
 

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899
.
285H 15 Zulhijjah                      286H 24 Zulhijjah
900
.
286H 25 Zulhijjah                       288H 6 Muharram
  The Arabian Nights are compiled
  Improvements appear in the design and use of the Astrolabe
  The Kharijites establish a dynasty in Sijilmasa North Africa
901
.
288H 7 Muharram                   289H 16 Muharram
  The Samanids emerge in Khorasan Persia
902
.
289H 17 Muharram                 290H 27 Muharram
  Al Muktafi becomes the Caliph
903
.
290H 28 Muharram             291H 9 Safar
  The Karamatians plunder Damascus
904
.
291H 10 Safar                  292H 20 Safar
  Muslim armies capture Solonika from the Byzantines
905
.
292H 21 Safar               293H 2 Rabiulawwal
906
.
293H 3 Rabiulawwal          294H 12 Rabiulawwal
907
.
294H 13 Rabiulawwal        295H 22 Rabiulawwal
  Abu Abdullah Fatimid leader moves to North Africa 
908
.
295H 23 Rabiulawal           296H 4 Rabiulthani
  Al Muqtadir becomes the Caliph in Baghdad
909
.
296H 5 Rabiulthani           297H 15 Rabiulthani
  The Fatimids establish themselves in North Africa
  Ubaidulla al Mahdi becomes the first Fatimid Caliph
910
.
297H 16 Rabiulthani            298H 25 Rabiulthani
  Al Razi conducts research into infectious diseases including small pox,rabies and the plague
911
.
298H 26 Rabiulthani          299H 7 Jamadilawwal
912
.
299H 8 Jamadilawwal       300H 19 Jamadilawwal
  Reign of Abdul Rahman III in Spain (912 - 961). Cordoba becomes the premier city of Europe. Golden age of Spain. Science and civilization thrive.
 

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913
.
300H 20 Jamadilawwal        301H 30 Jamadilawwal
914
.
301H 1 Jamadilthani           30211 Jamadilthani
  Nasr al Saeed of the Samanids in Khorasan favors the Fatimids over the Abbasids
915
.
302H 12 Jamadilthani            303H 21 Jamadilthani
  The Kharijites establish themselves in southern Morocco
  The Fatimids raid Egypt
916
.
303H 22 Jamadilthani         304H 3 Rejab
917
.
304H 4 Rejab                    305H 14 Rejab
918
.
305H 15 Rejab                   306H 24 Rejab
919
.
306H 25 Rejab                   307H 5 Syaban
920
.
307H 6 Syaban                 308H 17 Syaban
921
.
308H 18 Syaban              309H 28 Syaban
922
.
309H 29 Syaban              310H 9 Ramadan
  Mansur al Hallaj Persian mystic is executed for his esoteric views
  Beginning of the Tahirid dynasty in Iraq
923
.
310H 10 Ramadan          311H 20 Ramadan
  Death of Abu Tabari, noted commentator on the Quran
924
.
311H 21 Ramadan          312H 2 Syawal
925
.
312H 3 Syawal              313H 12 Syawal
  Death of Al Razi doctor of medicine
926
.
313H 13 Syawal            314H 22 Syawal
927
.
314H 23 Syawal             315H 3 Zulqa'dah
928
.
315H 4 Zulqa'dah          316H 15 Zulqa'dah
929
.
316H 16 Zulqa'dah          317H 26 Zulqa'dah
  In response to Fatimid claims to the Caliphate, Abdul Rahman III of Spain assumes the title of Caliph and protector of Sunni Muslims in North Africa
930
.
317H 27 Zulqa'dah          318H 8 Zulhijjah
  The Karamatians raid Mecca and carry off the Hijr e Aswad from the Haram to Bahrain
931
.
318H 9 Zulhijjah             319H 18 Zulhijjah
  Abdur Rahman III occupies Ceuta
  The Fatimids capture Algeria
932
.
319H 19 Zulhijjah            320H 30 Zulhijjah
  The Buyids establish their rule in southern Iraq
  Al Qahir becomes the Caliph in Baghdad
933
.
321H 1 Muharram          322H 11 Muharram
  The Ishkedids displace the Tulunids in Egypt and rule until 969
934
.
322H 12 Muharram          323H 21 Muharram
  Al Radi becomes the Abbasid Caliph
  Al Qaim becomes the Fatimid Caliph
935
.
323H 22 Muharram         324H 2 Safar
936
.
324H 3 Safar             325H 14 Safar
  Death of Al Ashari (874-936), highly influential theologian who reconciled Mutazilite doctrines with orthodox theology. Author of ''occasionalism' in philosophy 
937
.
325H 15 Safar          326H 25 Safar
938
.
326H 26 Safar            327H 6 Rabiulawwal
   
939
.
327H 7 Rabiulawwal           328H 17 Rabiulawwal
  Abdul RAhman III of Spain captures Fraxinetum, Valais,Geneva, Toulon and Great St. Bernard
940
.
328H 18 Rabiulawwal          329H 28 Rabiulawwal
  Extensive postal services are established by the Abbasids
  Al Muttaqi becomes the Abbasid Caliph
 

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941
.
329H 29 Rabiulawwal          330H 9 Rabiulthani
942
.
330H 10 Rabiulthani            331H 20 Rabiulthani
943
.
331H 21 Rabiulthani            332H 1 Jamadilawwal
944
.
332H 2 Jamadilawwal           333H 12 Jamadilawwal
945
.
333H 13 Jamadilawwal          334H 23 Jamadilawwal
  The Buyids temporarily capture Baghdad
946
.
334H 24 Jamadilawwal          335H 4 Jamadilthani
  Al Mutee becomes the Abbasid Caliph
  Al Mansur becomes the Fatimid Caliph
947
.
335H 5 Jamadilthani            336H 15 Jamadilthani
948
.
336H 16 Jamadilthani           337H 27 Jamadilthani
949
.
337H 28 Jamadilthani            338H 8 Rejab
   
950
.
338H 9 Rejab               339H 19 Rejab
  Death of Al Farabi , noted scientist, philosopher, jurist,author of treatises on ethics, music and logic, Sufi Shaykh
951
.
339H 20 Rejab             340H 29 Rejab
  The Ikhwan as Safa in Iraq compile an Ecyclopedia of Knowledge
952
.
340H 30 Rejab              341H 11 Syaban
953
.
341H 12 Syaban              342H 21 Syaban
  Al Muiz becomes the Fatimid Caliph in North Africa
954
.
342H 22 Syaban              342H 2 Ramadan
955
.
342H 3 Ramadan             344H 13 Ramadan
  Sharp naval engagements between the navies of Al Muiz and Abdul Rahman III off the coast of Spain
956
.
344H 14 Ramadan             345H 25 Ramadan
957
.
345H 26 Ramadan             346H 6 Syawal
  Al Masudi, the historian, passes away
958
.
346H 7 Syawal             347H 17 Syawal
959
.
347H 18 Syawal            348H 28 Syawal
960
.
348H 29 Syawal              349H 9 Zulqa'dah
   
961
.
349H 10 Zulqa'dah             350H 20 Zulqa'dah
  Death of Abdul Rahman III
  The Oghuz family of Turks in Central Asia accepts Islam
962
.
350H 21 Zulqa'dah               351H 1 Zulhijjah
  The Seljuk, Alaptagin, establishes a kingdom in Ghazna Afghanistan
963
.
351H 2 Zulhijjah             352H 11 Zulhijjah
964
.
352H 12 Zulhijjah              353H 23 Zulhijjah
965
.
353H 24 Zulhijjah             355H 5 Muharram
966
.
355H 6 Muharram            356H 16 Muharram
967
.
356H 17 Muharram           357H 26 Muharram
968
.
357H 27 Muharram             358H 8 Safar
  The Umayyads establish a university in Cordoba
969
.
358H 9 Safar             359H 19 Safar
  The Fatimids conquer Egypt and establish the city of Cairo
970
.
359H 20 Safar            360H 29 Safar
  The Fatimids capture Syria, Mecca and Madina and lay claim to the leadership of the Islamic world. Fatimid rule in Multan ( modern Pakistan ). Brisk trade between Alexandria, Egypt and Venice, Italy
971
.
360H 30 Safar            361H 10 Rabiulawwal
  The Fatimids establish Al-Azhar University in Cairo
972
.
361H 11 Rabiulawwal          362H 22 Rabiulawwal
973
.
362H 23 Rabiulawwal          363H 3 Rabiulthani
   
974
.
363H 4 Rabiulthani            364H 14 Rabiulthani
  Al Ta'ee becomes the Abbasid Caliph
975
.
364H 15 Rabiulthani           365H 25 Rabiulthani
  Death of Al Muiz, Fatimid Caliph of Egypt. Al Aziz becomes the Fatimid Caliph
  Muslim astronomers publish manuscripts showing constellations of stars
976
.
365H 26 Rabiulthani           366H 7 Jamadilawwal
977
.
366H 8 Jamadilawwal          367H 17 Jamadilawwal
978
.
367H 18 Jamadilawwal         368H 27 Jamadilawwal
979
.
368H 28 Jamadilawwal            369H 8 Jamadilthani
980
.
369H 9 Jamadilthani            370H 20 Jamadilthani
981
.
370H 21 Jamadilthani            371H 1 Rejab
982
.
371H 2 Rejab              372H 12 Rejab
983
.
372H 13 Rejab               373H 23 Rejab
984
.
373H 24 Rejab                374H 5 Syaban
985
.
374H 6 Syaban               375H 16 Syaban  
986
.
375H 17 Syaban                 376H 26 Syaban
987
.
376H 27 Syaban               377H 7 Ramadan
988
.
377H 8 Ramadan             378H 19 Ramadan
  Count Vladimir of Kiev embraces Eastern Orthodox Christianity
989
.
378H 20 Ramadan              379H 29 Ramadan
990
.
379H 1 Syawal              380H 10 Syawal
991
.
380H 11 Syawal                 381H 21 Syawal
  Al Qadir becomes the Abbasid Caliph
992
.
381H 22 Syawal             382H 4 Zulqa'dah
993
.
382H 5 Zulqa'dah             383H 14 Zulqa'dah
994
.
383H 15 Zulqa'dah            384H 25 Zulqa'dah
995
.
384H 26 Zulqa'dah              385H 6 Zulhijjah
996
.
385H 7 Zulhijjah            386H 7 Zulhijjah
  Al Hakim becomes the Fatimid Caliph
  Pope Pious XI declares the Crusades against Muslim
997
.
386H 18 Zulhijjah              387H 28 Zulhijjah
  Mahmud succeeds Alaptagin in Ghazna and dominates Central Asia
 

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998
.
387H 29 Zulhijjah            389H 9 Muharram
999
.
389H 10 Muharram           390H 19 Muharram
 

Large scale Turkish migrations into Central Asia.

 

Kara Khani Turks occupy Bukhara.

 

Mahmud of Ghazna annexes Khorasan.

 

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1000
.
390H 20 Muharram               391H 2 Safar
 

Mahmud makes the first of seventeen raids into India.

 

The Chinese use gunpowder to propel arrows.

1001
.
391H 3 Safar             392H 13 Safar
 

Mahmud starts campaigns to capture Peshawar, Bhera, Nagarkot, Tarain, Thaneshwar and Kanauj in India.

1002
.
392H 14 Safar             393H 23 Safar
1003
.
393H 24 Safar             394H 4 Rabiulawwal
1004
.
394H 5 Rabiulawwal           395H 16 Rabiulawwal
 

Mahmud defeats Dawud, Fatimid ruler of Multan.

1005
.
395H 17 Rabiulawwal          396H 26 Rabiulawwal
1006
.
396H 27 Rabiulawwal             397H 7 Rabiulthani
1007
.
397H 8 Rabiulthani               398H 18 Rabiulthani
1008
.
398H 19 Rabiulthani            399H 30 Rabiulthani
1009
.
399H 1 Jamadilawwal          400H 11 Jamadilawwal
1010
.
400H 12 Jamadilawwal          401H 22 Jamadilawwal
1011
.
401H 23 Jamadilawwal           402H 3 Jamadilthani
1012
.
402H 4 Jamadilthani              403H 15 Jamadilthani
1013
.
403H 16 Jamadilthani           404H 25 Jamadilthani
1014
.
404H 26 Jamadilthani              405H 6 Rejab
1015
.
405H 7 Rejab             406H 16 Rejab
1016
.
406H 17 Rejab              407H 28 Rejab
 

The Christians reclaim Sardinia.

1017
.
407H 29 Rejab              408H 9 Syaban
 

Beginning of the Druze sect in Lebanon.

1018
.
408H 10 Syaban              409H 20 Syaban
1019
.
409H 21 Syaban            410H 1 Ramadan
1020
.
410H 2 Ramadan            411H 13 Ramadan
 

Death of Firdowsi of Persia, author of Shah Nama.

 

Mahmud establishes Lahore as the capital of Punjab.

 

Death of Fatimid Caliph al Hakim who had claimed divinity.

1021
.
411H 14 Ramadan             412H 23 Ramadan
 

Al Zahir becomes the Fatimid Caliph.

1022
.
412H 24 Ramadan              413H 4 Syawal
1023
.
413H 5 Syawal              414H 15 Syawal
1024
.
414H 16 Syawal            415H 26 Syawal
 

Mahmud raids temple of Somanath in Gujrat, India.

1025
.
415H 27 Syawal              416H 8 Zulqa'dah
 

Al Baruni publishes Kitab ul Hind, a penetrating study of the people of India.

1026
.
416H 9 Zulqa'dah            417H 19 Zulqa'dah
1027
.
417H 20 Zulqa'dah            418H 30 Zulqa'dah
1028
.
418H 1 Zulhijjah              419H 12 Zulhijjah
1029
.
419H 13 Zulhijjah             420H 22 Zulhijjah
1030
.
420H 23 Zulhijjah              422H 3 Muharram
 

Death of Mahmud of Ghazna.
Umayyad caliphate in Cordoba defeated by the Christian Reconquista.

 

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1031
.
422H 4 Muharram           423H 14 Muharram
 

The Umayyad Caliphate of Cordoba disintegrates. Spain breaks up into petty emirates. The Christian kingdoms of Castille, Leon and Portugal position themselves to attack the Muslim territories.

 

Al Qaim becomes the Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad.

1032
.
423H 15 Muharram           424H 25 Muharram
 

The Church of Constantinople breaks with the Church of Rome over the issue of icons in the Church.

1033
.
424H 26 Muharram           425H 6 Safar
1034
.
425H 7 Safar              426H 17 Safar
1035
.
426H 18 Safar              427H 28 Safar
1036
.
427H 29 Safar              428H 10 Rabiulawwal
 

Taghril Beg becomes Seljuk Sultan.

 

Al Mustansir becomes the Fatimid Caliph.

1037
.
428H 11 Rabiulawwal            429H 21 Rabiulawwal
 

Death of Abu Ali ibn Sina, one of the greatest of physicians.

 

Ferdinand I, king of Castille, captures Leon.

1038
.
429H 22 Rabiulawwal              430H 2 Rabiulthani
 

Death of Al Hazen, noted physicist.

1039
.
430H 3 Rabiulthani             431H 12 Rabiulthani
1040
.
431H 13 Rabiulthani             432H 23 Rabiulthani
1041
.
432H 24 Rabiulthani           433H 4 Jamadilawwal
   
1042
.
433H 5 Jamadilawwal          434H 15 Jamadilawwal
   
1043
.
434H 16 Jamadilawwal          435H 26 Jamadilawwal
 

The Fatimid Empire begins to crumble. Mecca, Madina, Yemen and North Africa are lost by the Fatimids.

1044
.
435H 27 Jamadilawwal            436H 8 Jamadilthani
1045
.
436H 9 Jamadilthani           437H 19 Jamadilthani
1046
.
437H 20 Jamadilthani           438H 30 Jamadilthani
1047
.
438H 1 Rejab             439H 11 Rejab
1048
.
439H 12 Rejab             440H 22 Rejab
 

Death of al Bairuni, historian, author of Kitab ul Hind.

1049
.
440H 23 Rejab             441H 3 Syaban
1050
.
441H 4 Syaban              442H 14 Syaban
 

The Christians advance in Sicily.

1051
.
442H 15 Syaban              443H 24 Syaban
 

Beginning of the Murabitun revolution in West Africa.

1052
.
443H 25 Syaban             444H 6 Ramadan
1053
.
444H 7 Ramadan            445H 17 Ramadan
1054
.
445H 18 Ramadan           446H 28 Ramadan
1055
.
446H 29 Ramadan            447H 9 Syawal
   
1056
.
447H 10 Syawal              448H 21 Syawal
 

The Seljuk Taghril Beg and the Buyid Basisiri contest the control of Baghdad.

1057
.
448H 22 Syawal           449H 2 Zulqa'dah
1058
.
449H 3 Zulqa'dah            450H 12 Zulqa'dah
 

Taghril Beg is anointed by Abbasid Caliph Kaim as “sultan of the east and the west” for his role in protecting the Abbasid Caliphate.

1059
.
450H 13 Zulqa'dah            451H 23 Zulqa'dah
1060
.
451H 24 Zulqa'dah            452H 5 Zulhijjah
 

The Seljuk Turks advance into Persia, Azerbaijan and Armenia.

 

The Crusaders raid the coast of North Africa.

 

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1061
.
452H 6 Zulhijjah            453H 16 Zulhijjah
 

The Murabitun capture Morocco.

 

The Murabitun establish the city of Marrakesh as their capital.

1062
.
453H 17 Zulhijjah            454H 27 Zulhijjah
1063
.
454H 28 Zulhijjah            456H 8 Muharram
 

Taghril Beg dies childless. His nephew Alap Arsalan becomes the Seljuk sultan.

1064
.
456H 9 Muharram             457H 20 Muharram
1065
.
457H 21 Muharram              458H 1 Safar
1066
.
458H 2 Safar            459H 11 Safar
1067
.
459H 12 Safar             460H 21 Safar
1068
.
460H 22 Safar           461H 3 Rabiulawwal
 

Beginning of the Songhay Empire in West Africa.

1069
.
461H 4 Rabiulawwal           462H 14 Rabiulawwal
1070
.
462H 15 Rabiulawwal           463H 25 Rabiulawwal
1071
.
463H 26 Rabiulawwal           464H 6 Rabiulthani
1072
.
464H 7 Rabiulthani           465H 18 Rabiulthani
 

Battle of Manzikert. The Seljuk Turks under Alap Arsalan defeat the Byzantines under Emperor Romanus and open up Anatolia for Turkish settlement.

 

The Christians capture Palermo in Sicily.

1073
.
465H 19 Rabiulthani             466H 28 Rabiulthani
1074
.
466H 29 Rabiulthani             467H 9 Jamadilawwal
1075
.
467H 10 Jamadilawwal         468H 20 Jamadilawwal
 

The Seljuk Sultan Malik Shah retakes Syria from the Fatimids.

 

Al Muqtadi becomes the Abbasid Caliph.

1076
.
468H 21 Jamadilawwal           469H 2 Jamadilthani
1077
.
469H 3 Jamadilthani            470H 12 Jamadilthani
 

Birth of Abdul Qader Jeelani, celebrated Sufi sage.

1078
.
470H 13 Jamadilthani            471H 23 Jamadilthani
1079
.
471H 24 Jamadilthani            472H 4 Rejab
1080
.
472H 5 Rejab              473H 16 Rejab
1081
.
473H 17 Rejab             474H 27 Rejab
1082
.
474H 28 Rejab              475H 8 Syaban
1083
.
475H 9 Syaban              476H 19 Syaban
1084
.
476H 20 Syaban              477H 1 Ramadan
1085
.
477H 2 Ramadan               478H 11 Ramadan
 

Alfonso I of Castile captures Toledo, the ancient capital of Visigoth Spain. The extensive libraries of Toledo become accessible to Christian Europe.

1086
.
478H 12 Ramadan              479H 22 Ramadan
 

The Murabitun emir, Yusuf bin Tashfin, advances into Spain at the head of a powerful African force.

 

The Nizamiya College is founded in Baghdad by Nizam ul Mulk, grand vizier to Sultan Malik Shah.

 

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1087
.
479H 23 Ramadan             480H 3 Syawal  
 

Yusuf bin Tashfin defeats Alfonso VI at the Battle of Sagrajas.

 

The Crusaders sack Mahdiya in North Africa.

 

The assassin terror grows in Iraq and Syria.

1088
.
480H 4 Syawal            481H 14 Syawal
1089
.
481H 15 Syawal             482H 25 Syawal
1090
.
482H 26 Syawal           483H 7 Zulqa'dah    
 

Al Ghazzali teaches at NizamiyaCollege, Baghdad.

 

The Crusaders capture Malta. 

 

The assassins capture Alamut in northern Syria and establish a training center for fidayees.

1091
.
483H 8 Zulqa'dah             484H 7 Zulqa'dah
 

End of Muslim presence in Sicily.

 

Smyrna in Anatolia becomes the Seljuk capital.

 

Death of Sultan Malik Shah.

 

The assassins murder grand vizier Nizam ul Mulk.

1092
.
484H 18 Zulqa'dah               485H 29 Zulqa'dah
1093
.
485H 30 Zulqa'dah                486H 9 Zulhijjah
1094
.
486H 10 Zulhijjah                487H 20 Zulhijjah
 

Al Mustansir becomes the Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad.

 

Al Mustadi becomes the Fatimid Caliph in Cairo.

1095
.
487H 21 Zulhijjah              489H 1 Muharram
 

Pope Urban II declares a Crusade to take Jerusalem.

 

Al Afdal, grand vizier of Fatimid Egypt, recaptures Jerusalem from Turkish emir Duqaq of Damascus.

1096
.
489H 2 Muharram             490H 13 Muharram
 

The start of the First Crusade.

1097
.
490H 14 Muharram              491H 24 Muharram
 

Konya Anatolia becomes the Seljuk capital.

  The Turks retreat before the advancing Crusaders.
  The Fatimids in Egypt start negotiations with the Crusaders to divide up Seljuk territories.
1098
.
491H 25 Muharram            492H 5 Safar
 

The Crusaders capture Antioch.

1099
.
492H 6 Safar             493H 16 Safar
 

Jerusalem falls to the Crusaders. The Muslims and the Jews are massacred. Baldwin becomes king of Jerusalem.

 

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1100
.
493H 17 Safar                494H 27 Safar
 

Al Ghazzali writes a powerful diatribe, Tahaffuz al Falsafa, against speculative philosophy. In Ihya al Uloom, he accords tasawwuf an honored position in the Islamic sciences.

1101
.
494H 28 Safar            495H 8 Rabiulawwal
1102
.
495H 9 Rabiulawwal           496H 19 Rabiulawwal
1103
.
496H 20 Rabiulawwal           497H 29 Rabiulawwal
1104
.
497H 1 Rabiulthani            498H 11 Rabiulthani
1105
.
498H 12 Rabiulthani            499H 22 Rabiulthani
1106
.
499H 23 Rabiulthani             500H 3 Jamadilawwal
 

Death of Yusuf bin Tashfin, emir of the Murabitun.

1107
.
500H 4 Jamadilawwal           501H 14 Jamadilawwal
1108
.
501H 15 Jamadilawwal          502H 26 Jamadilawwal
1109
.
502H 27 Jamadilawwal            503H 7 Jamadilthani
1110
.
503H 8 Jamadilthani            504H 17 Jamadilthani
1111
.
504H 18 Jamadilthani           505H 27 Jamadilthani
 

Abu Hamid al Ghazzali dies after transforming the intellectual landscape of the Islamic world.

1112
.
505H 28 Jamadilthani                506H 10 Rejab
1113
.
506H 11 Rejab                 507H 20 Rejab
 

Maudud, a Seljuk officer from Mosul, defeats King Baldwin of Jerusalem.

1114
.
507H 21 Rejab                508H 1 Syaban
1115
.
508H 2 Syaban             509H 12 Syaban
1116
.
509H 13 Syaban               510H 24 Syaban
1117
.
510H 25 Syaban               511H 5 Ramadan
1118
.
511H 6 Ramadan            512H 16 Ramadan
 

Al Mustarshid, Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad.

1119
.
512H 17 Ramadan            513H 26 Ramadan
1120
.
513H 27 Ramadan             514H 8 Syawal
1121
.
514H 9 Syawal               515H 19 Syawal
1122
.
515H 20 Syawal              516H 30 Syawal
1123
.
516H 1 Zulqa'dah             517H 11 Zulqa'dah
 

Death of Omar al Khayyam, mathematician, mystic.

1124
.
517H 12 Zulqa'dah           518H 23 Zulqa'dah
 

Death of Hassan al Sabbah, leader of the Assassins.

1125
.
518H 24 Zulqa'dah            519H 4 Zulhijjah
1126
.
519H 5 Zulhijjah             520H 15 Zulhijjah
 

Archbishop Raymond establishes a school in Toledo to translate Arabic books into Latin.

1127
.
520H 16 Zulhijjah           521H 25 Zulhijjah
 

The Assassins murder Turkish officer Maudud.

1128
.
521H 26 Zulhijjah            523H 7 Muharram
1129
.
523H 8 Muharram             524H 17 Muharram
1130
.
524H 18 Muharram            525H 28 Muharram
 

Death of ibn Tumart, leader of the Al Muhaddithin.

1131
.
525H 29 Muharram          526H 9 Safar
1132
.
526H 10 Safar           527H 21 Safar
 

Roger II of Sicily invites Muslim scholars to work at his court.

 

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1133
.
527H 22 Safar            528H 2 Rabiulawwal
1134
.
528H 3 Rabiulawwal           529H 13 Rabiulawwal
1135
.
529H 14 Rabiulawwal            530H 24 Rabiulawwal
1136
.
530H 25 Rabiulawwal           531H 6 Rabiulthani
1137
.
531H 7 Rabiulthani             532H 16 Rabiulthani
1138
.
532H 17 Rabiulthani            533H 26 Rabiulthani
1139
.
533H 27 Rabiulthani            534H 7 Jamadilawwal
 

Birth of Khwaja Moeenuddin Chishti, Sufi sage.

1140
.
534H 8 Jamadilawwal           535H 19 Jamadilawwal
1141
.
535H 20 Jamadilawwal          536H 30 Jamadilawwal
 

The Kara Kitai Turkomans defeat the Seljuks at Amu Darya.

1142
.
536H 1 Jamadilthani           537H 11 Jamadilthani
1143
.
537H 12 Jamadilthani           538H 22 Jamadilthani
1144
.
538H 23 Jamadilthani           539H 4 Rejab
  The Seljuks, under Zengi, recapture Edessa.
  Pope Eugene declares the Second Crusade.
1145
.
539H 5 Rejab            540H 15 Rejab
  The Second Crusade collapses in Anatolia but succeeds in capturing Lisbon in Portugal.
  End of the Murabitun rule in Andalus.
1146
.
540H 16 Rejab             541H 25 Rejab
  The al Muhaddithin captures Morocco.
  The assassins murder Seljuk Emir Zengi.
1147
.
541 26 Rejab             542H 6 Syaban
1148
.
542H 7 Syaban             543H 17 Syaban
1149
.
543H 18 Syaban            544H 28 Syaban
 

Al Zafir becomes the Fatimid Caliph.

1150
.
544H 29 Syaban             545H 9 Ramadan
 

The University of Paris is established.

1151
.
545H 10 Ramadan             546H 20 Ramadan
 

Al Idrisi constructs a map of the then known world.

1152
.
546H 21 Ramadan             547H 3 Syawal
1153
.
547H 4 Syawal             548H 13 Syawal
1154
.
548H 14 Syawal              549H 24 Syawal
  The Kurdish officer Nuruddin, in Seljuk service, takes Damascus.
  Al Faiz becomes the Fatimid Caliph in Cairo.
1155
.
549H 25 Syawal             550H 5 Zulqa'dah
1156
.
550H 6 Zulqa'dah        551H 16 Zulqa'dah
1157
.
551H 17 Zulqa'dah            552H 27 Zulqa'dah
 

The al Muhaddithin captures Andalus.

1158
.
552H 28 Zulqa'dah           553H 8 Zulhijjah
1159
.
553H 9 Zulhijjah          554H 19 Zulhijjah
1160
.
554H 20 Zulhijjah           556H 1 Muharram
  Al Mustanjid becomes the Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad.
  Al Adid, the last of the Fatimids, becomes the Caliph in Cairo.
1161
.
556H 2 Muharram           557H 12 Muharram
1162
.
557H 13 Muharram          558H 22 Muharram
1163
.
558H 23 Muharram           559H 3 Safar
 

The Seljuks and the Crusaders compete for influence in Fatimid Egypt.

1164
.
559H 4 Safar            560H 15 Safar
1165
.
560H 16 Safar           561H 25 Safar
1166
.
561H 26 Safar           562H 6 Rabiulawwal
  Death of Shaykh Abdul Qader Jeelani of Baghdad, called Shaykh ul Mashaiq, founder of the Qadariya Sufi order.
  Death of the geographer, al Idrisi.
1167
.
562H 7 Rabiulawwal           563H 17 Rabiulawwal
  Establishment of Oxford University in England.
 

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1168
.
563H 18 Rabiulawwal           564H 29 Rabiulawwal
1169
.
564H 30 Rabiulawwal          565H 10 Rabiulthani
1170
.
565H 11 Rabiulthani           566H 21 Rabiulthani
  Salahuddin takes Egypt from the Fatimids.
  Al Mustadi becomes the Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad.
1171
.
566H 22 Rabiulthani           567H 2 Jamadilawwal
  End of the Fatimid era. Egypt reverts to the Abbasid Caliphate.
1172
.
567H 3 Jamadilawwal          568H 13 Jamadilawwal
1173
.
568H 14 Jamadilawwal         569H 24 Jamadilawwal
  Ghiasuddin Ghori established the kingdom of Ghor in Afghanistan.
1174
.
569H 25 Jamadilawwal          570H 5 Jamadilthani
1175
.
570H 6 Jamadilthani          571H 15 Jamadilthani
  Salahuddin consolidates his hold on Syria and Egypt.
  Death of Ahmed al Rifai, founder of the Rifaiyah Sufi brotherhood.
1176
.
571H 16 Jamadilthani          572H 27 Jamadilthani
1177
.
572H 28 Jamadilthani           573H 9 Rejab
  Muhammed Ghori adds Multan, Uch, Dera Ismail Khan and Sindh to his dominions.
1178
.
573H 10 Rejab             574H 19 Rejab
1179
.
574H 20 Rejab            575H 1 Syaban
  Muhammed Ghori starts campaigns to capture Peshawar and Sialkot.
1180
.
575H 2 Syaban             576H 12 Syaban
1181
.
576H 13 Syaban             577H 22 Syaban
1182
.
577H 23 Syaban            578H 3 Ramadan
  Khwaja Muhammed Ghouse of Sindh introduces the Qadariya order into India and Pakistan.
1183
.
578H 4 Ramadan             579H 14 Ramadan
1184
.
579H 15 Ramadan            580H 25 Ramadan
1185
.
580H 26 Ramadan            581H 6 Syawal
1186
.
581H 7 Syawal            582H 17 Syawal
1187
.
582H 18 Syawal             583H 28 Syawal
  Battle of Hittin. Salahuddin triumphs and recaptures Jerusalem.
  Muhammed Ghori captures Lahore.
1188
.
583H 29 Syawal            584H 11 Zulqa'dah
  Pope Clement III launches the Third Crusade.
1189
.
584H 12 Zulqa'dah            585H 21 Zulqa'dah
  Khwaja Moeenuddin Chisti moves to Ajmer, India and establishes the Chistiya order.
1190
.
585H 22 Zulqa'dah            586H 2 Zulhijjah
  King Richard of England proposes a marriage between his sister and Saifuddin, brother of Salahuddin and for the two together to rule Jerusalem. The proposal is opposed by the Crusaders and is abandoned.
1191
.
586H 3 Zulhijjah            587H 12 Zulhijjah
  Accra surrenders to the Crusaders after a long siege.
  Mohammed Ghori suffers a defeat at the Battle of Tarain and is forced to withdraw towards Kabul.
1192
.
587H 13 Zulhijjah            588H 24 Zulhijjah
  Muhammed Ghori, victorious over the Rajputs, captures Delhi. Prithvi Raj Chauhan, ruler of Ajmer and Delhi is slain.
1193
.
588H 25 Zulhijjah            590H 5 Muharram
 

Salahuddin passes away and is buried in Damascus.

1194
.
590H 6 Muharram            591H 16 Muharram
1195
.
591H 17 Muharram             592H 27 Muharram
1196
.
592H 28 Muharram            593H 9 Safar
  The al Muhaddith emir al Mansur defeats the Crusaders at the Battle of Alarcos.
1197
.
593H 10 Safar             594H 20 Safar
1198
.
594H 21 Safar            595H 1 Rabiulawwal
  Death of ibn Rushd, of the great world philosophers.
1199
.
595H 2 Rabiulawwal            596H 11 Rabiulawwal
  Pope Innocent III declares the Fourth Crusade.
 

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1200
.
596H 12 Rabiulawwal          597H 22 Rabiulawwal
  Islam takes roots in Indonesia.
  Alauddin Muhammed becomes the Shah of Khwarazm.
  The Crusaders capture Valencia.
  Cambridge University is established in England.
1201
.
597H 23 Rabiulawwal           598H 3 Rabiulthani
  The Latin Crusaders sack Zara, a Christian city on the Adriatic.
1202
.
598H 4 Rabiulthani            599H 14 Rabiulthani
  The Delhi Sultanate is established.
1203
.
599H 15 Rabiulthani           600H 25 Rabiulthani
  Death of Nizami, well known Farsi poet.
1204
.
600H 26 Rabiulthani           601H 7 Jamadilawwal
  The Crusaders, led by Dondolo of Venice, sack Constantinople and loot its treasures.
  Johan Shah, ruler of Sumatra, accepts Islam.
1205
.
601H 8 Jamadilawwal          602H 18 Jamadilawwal
  The Turkoman Kara Kitai defeats Mohammed Ghori.
  The Ghorids put down a rebellion in the Punjab.
1206
.
602H 19 Jamadilawwal          603H 29 Jamadilawwal
  Genghiz Khan becomes the supreme ruler of the Mongol tribes.
  The assassins murder Muhammed Ghori.
  The Delhi sultans advance towards Bengal.
1207
.
603H 30 Jamadilawwal           604H 10 Jamadilthani
1208
.
604H 11 Jamadilthani           605H 21 Jamadilthani
1209  
1210  
1211 : 608 AH
  Altumish ascends the throne of Delhi.
1212 : 609 AH
  The Crusaders defeat the al Muhaddith at the Battle of Las Novas de Tolosa.
1213  
1214  
1215 : 612 AH
  Genghiz Khan captures northern China; learns the use of gunpowder from the Chinese.
1216  
1217  
1218 : 615 AH
  The Fifth Crusade is directed against Egypt. The Egyptians open the Nile docks and drown the invaders.
1219 : 616 AH
  Genghiz Khan invades the territories of Shah Muhammed of Khorasan.
1220 : 617 AH
  Genghiz Khan devastates Central Asia.
1221 : 618 AH
  Genghiz Khan destroys Persia and Afghanistan.
  Prince Jalaluddin faces the Khan at the Battle of the Indus.
1222 : 619 AH
  Genghiz Khan returns to Mongolia.
1223 : 620 AH
  Ibn al Athir, celebrated historian, passes away.
 

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1224  
1225  
1226  
1227 : 624 AH
  Death of Genghiz Khan. The Mongols continue their advance through West Asia and Eastern Europe.
1228 : 625 AH
  The Sixth Crusade, directed at Egypt and led by Emperor Frederick II of Germany fails.
1229  
1230 : 627 AH
  Sundiata starts consolidation of the Empire of Mali.
1231  
1232  
1233  
1234  
1235 : 632 AH
  Baba Fareed of Lahore becomes heads of the Chistiya order in India.
1236 : 633 AH
  Cordoba, capital of Muslim Spain, falls to the Crusaders.
  Razia rules as Queen of India.
  Death of Khwaja Moeenuddin Chishti of Ajmer, the most celebrated awliya of the subcontinent.
  Al Mustansir becomes the Caliph in Baghdad.
1237  
1238  
1239  
   
1240 : 637 AH
  Death of ibn al Arabi, renowned Sufi Shaykh.
  Roger Bacon teaches in England.
1241  
1242 : 639 AH
  Al Musta’sim becomes the 37th and the last Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad.
1243  
1244  
1245 : 643 AH
  At the Council of Lyons, Christian Europe resolves to seek an alliance with the Mongols against the Muslims. A Franciscan priest, John de Plano Carpini, arrives at the Mongol court to seek military assistance.
1246  
1247  
1248 : 646 AH
  Seville in Spain falls to the Christians.
  Ibn Ahmar starts the Nasirid dynasty in Granada.
1249 : 647 AH
  The Seventh Crusade, directed at Egypt by the Franks, is beaten back.
1250 : 648 AH
  Shajarat al Durr rules as Queen of Egypt.
1251 : 649 AH
  Hulagu Khan becomes the Mongol lord of Persia and Central Asia.
1252  
1253  
1254  
1255  
1256 : 654 AH
  Hulagu Khan destroys the Assassins.
1257 : 655 AH
  Death of Shaykh Saadi, celebrated Farsi poet.
  Nizamuddin Awliya becomes head of the Chishtiya order in Delhi. Islam spreads in India.
1258 : 656 AH
  Hulagu Khan sacks Baghdad. End of the Abbasid Caliphate of Baghdad. The curtain falls on the classic Islamic civilization. Caliph al Musta’sim is killed.
  Death of Ali al Shadhuli, founder of the Shadhuli Sufi order.
1259  
1260 : 658 AH
  Kublai Khan ascends the throne of China. Many capable Muslims work at the court of the Great Khan.
  Hulagu Khan storms Aleppo and massacres its inhabitants.
1261 : 659 AH
  The Mamlukes of Egypt install Al Mustansir as the Abbasid Caliph in Cairo.
  The Mamluke, Zahir Baybars of Egypt, defeats a combined army of Mongols, Armenians and Crusaders at the Battle of Ayn Jalut.
 

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1262  
1263  
1264  
1265 : 663 AH
  Death of Hulagu Khan.
1266  
1267  
1268  
1269 : 667 AH
  The Merinide al Yakub captures Marrakesh.
1270  
1271  
1272  
1273 : 671 AH
  Death of Jalaluddin Rumi, author of Mathnavi, the most celebrated of Farsi poets and founder of the Maulavi Sufi order.
1274 : 672 AH
  Death of al Tusi, astronomer and inventor of the 2-axis gimbal.
  Emir al Yaqub of the Merinides defeats the Christians at the Battle of Ecija.
1275  
1276  
1277 : 676 AH
  Sultan Baybars defeats the Mongol armies at the Battle of Abulistan.
1278 : 677 AH
  Death of Sultan Baybars.
1279  
1280  
1281  
1282  
1283  
1284  
1285  
1286  
1287  
1288  
1289 : 688 AH
  The Mamlukes captures Acre, last Crusader stronghold in Syria.
1290 : 689 AH
  Sultan Malik Shah rules in Sumatra.
1291 : 690 AH
  Death of Shaykh Saadi, well known Farsi poet.
1292  
1293  
1294 : 693 AH
  Marco Polo returns to Italy from journey to the East.
1295 : 694 AH
  Ghazan the Great, the Il Khan Emperor, accepts Islam.
 

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1296  
1297  
1298  
1299  
   
1300 : 699 AH
  Alauddin Khilji consolidates his empire over the subcontinent. Malik Kafur advances into southern India.
1301 : 700 AH
  Uthman Ghazi, founder of the Ottoman Empire, consolidates his holdings around Burs and Eskishehir; he defeats the Byzantines at the Battle of Yalakova.
  The Mamlukes triumph over the Il Khans at the Battle of Marj as Suffar.
1302  
1303  
1304  
1305  
1306  
1307 : 706 AH
  Mansa Musa becomes emperor of Mali.
1308  
1309  
1310  
1311  
1312  
1313  
1314  
1315  
1316 : 716 AH
  Death of Alauddin Khilji, emperor of India.
1317  
1318  
1319  
1320 : 720 AH
  The Khilji dynasty in India collapses.
  Beginning of the Tughlaq dynasty.
1321  
1322  
1323  
1324 : 724 AH
  Mansa Musa performs his hajj with an entourage of 12000.
1325 : 725 AH
  Death of Nizamuddin Awliya of Delhi.
  Ibn Batuta begins his journey around the world.
  Death of Amir Khusroe ,famed Sufi poet of India
1326 : 726 AH
  Death of Uthman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire. His successor Sultan Orkhan captures Bursa.
  Death of ibn Taymiyah, noted scholar, considered to be the founder of the “salafi” school of thought.
1327  
1328  
1329  
1330  
1331  
1332  
1333 : 733 AH
  Yusuf I becomes emir of Granada, breaks with Castille, forms an alliance with the sultan of Morocco and makes a last attempt to capture Spain from the Christians.
1334 : 734 AH
  Ibn Batuta arrives in Delhi.
  Death of Shaykh Safiuddin Ishaq, after whom the Safavid dynasty of Persia is named.
1335 : 735 AH
  Death of Abu Said, Il Khanid Prince.
1336  
1337  
1338  
1339  
   
1340 : 740 AH
  The Yuan Emperor Toghon Timur of China sends an embassy to the court of Muhammed bin Tughlaq of India.
  The Merinide navy defeats the Spaniards at the Battle of Tarifa.
 

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1341 : 742 AH
  Death of Sultan ibn Qalawun of Egypt.
1342  
1343  
1344  
   
1345 : 746 AH
  Ibn Batuta visits Sultan Malik al Zahir of Pasai Indonesia.
1346 : 747 AH
  The Black Plague devastates Europe.
1347  
1348  
1349  
1350  
   
1351 : 752 AH
  Death of Muhammed bin Tughlaq of India. The Tughlaq Empire begins to disintegrate.
1352  
1353  
   
1354 : 755 AH
  Ibn Batuta visits the Empire of Mali.
  The Ottomans capture Gallipoli and Ankara.
1355 : 756 AH
  Ibn Batuta returns to Tangier. The Merinide Sultan Abu Inan authorizes the writing of the Rehla of Ibn Batuta.
  The Genoese briefly occupy Tripoli, Libya.
1356  
1357 : 758 AH
  The Ottomans capture Erdirne.
1358  
1359  
1360  
1361  
1362  
1363  
1364  
1365  
1366  
1367  
1368 : 769 AH
  Timurlane, elected the leader of the Tatars, consolidates his hold on the valley of Farghana in Uzbekistan.
1369 : 770 AH
  Death of ibn Batuta.
1370  
1371  
1372  
1373  
1374  
1375 : 777 AH
  Dimitrius, Count of Moscow, wins a victory over the Tatar Golden Horde.
1376 : 778 AH
  The Golden Horde burns down Moscow.
1377  
1378  
1379  
   
1380 : 782 AH
  Timurlane begins his first campaign in Persia.
  Shaykh Awliya Karim al Maqdum introduces Islam into Mindanao, the Philippines.
  Kara Muhammed, leader of the Turkish tribe Kara Kuyunlu, establishes his kingdom near Mosul.
1381 : 783 AH
  The Ottomans capture Bulgaria.
1382  
1383  
1384  
1385 : 787 AH
  The Ottomans capture Thrace.
1386  
1387 : 789 AH
  Timurlane invades Russia and destroys the power of the Golden Horde. Russia begins its long march towards political consolidation.
1388  
1389 : 791 AH
  Bayazid I becomes the Ottoman sultan, defeats the Serbs at the Battle of Kosova.
  Death of Hafiz, one of the greatest of Farsi poets.
  Death of Bahauddin Naqshband, founder of the Naqshbandi Sufi tareeqa of Bukhara.
1390 : 792 AH
  A combined French and Genoese force attacks Mahdiya, Tunisia.
1391 : 793 AH
  Bayazid I attacks Constantinople.
 

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1392  
1393  
1394  
1395  
1396 : 798 AH
  Bayazid defeats the Crusader armies at the Battle of Nicopolis.
1397  
1398 : 800 AH
  Timur sacks Isfahan, Persia.
1399 : 801 AH
  Timur invades India, sacks Delhi, India.
  Castille sacks Tetuan, Morocco.
 

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1400 : 802 AH
  Bayazid I lays siege to Constantinople.
1401 : 803 AH
  Timur defeats the Mamlukes of Egypt.
  Damascus surrenders to the Tatars.
  Timur sacks Baghdad.
1402 : 804 AH
  Timur defeats Bayazid I at the Battle of Ankara.
  Sulaiman I becomes the Ottoman sultan. 
  Sultan Iskander Shah expels the Thais from Malaya.
1403  
1404 : 806 AH
  Timur embarks on an expedition to China.
1405 : 807 AH
  Timurlane dies en route to China; his son Shah Rukh succeeds him. 
1406 : 809 AH
  Sultan Sikander Shah of Malaysia accepts Islam.
  The great Chinese Admiral Zheng Yi (commonly known as Admiral Ho), a Muslim, sails to Malaya, Indonesia, India, Persia, Yemen, East Africa and the Cape of Good Hope with a fleet of 50 great ships.
  Death of ibn Khaldun, author of Muqaddamah.
1407  
1408  
1409 : 812 AH
  Shah Rukh, heir to Timurlane, occupies Samarqand.
1410 : 813 AH
  Kara Yusuf establishes the Kara Kuyunlu kingdom around Tabriz, Persia.
  Death of Gaysu Daraz, Sufi shaykh of the Deccan, India.
1411 : 814 AH
  Sultan Iskander Shah of Malaya visits China at the invitation of the Chinese Emperor.
  Prince Mehmet begins the reconsolidation of the Ottoman Empire after the disastrous defeat in the Battle of Ankara.
1412  
1413  
1414  
1415 : 818 AH
  The Portuguese capture Ceuta in Morocco.
1416  
1417  
1418  
1419  
1420 : 823 AH
  Shah Rukh consolidates his hold on Persia.
1421 : 824 AH
  Murad II becomes Ottoman Sultan.
1422 : 825 AH
  Murad II lays unsuccessful siege to Constantinople.
1423  
1424 : 827 AH
  Death of Sultan Iskander Shah of Malaya.
1425 : 828 AH
  Tangier in Morocco, captured by the Portuguese.
1426  
1427  
1428  
1429  
1430 : 833 AH
  The Portuguese acquire the technology to sail against the wind from the Venetians.
1431  
1432 : 835 AH
  Portuguese captain Diaz sails around Cape Bajador in West Africa.
1433  
1434 : 837 AH 
  Death of Shah Rukh. Persia disintegrates. The Kara Kuyunlu and Aq Kuyunlu expand their territories.
 

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1435  
1436  
1437  
1438  
1439  
1440  
   
1441 : 845 AH
  First slave raid by the Portuguese in southern Morocco directed against Muslims.
1442  
1443 : 847 AH
  The Portuguese capture the island of Tristao off the coast of West Africa, later to gain notoriety in the Atlantic slave trade.
1444 : 848 AH
  Ottomans armies march into Hungary.
  Murad II defeats combined armies of Hungary, Wallachia and Venice at the Battle of Varna.
  The Portuguese Lagos Company chartered under Prince Henry.
1445 : 849 AH
  Printing is introduced into Europe. Portuguese sailor Diaz sails around West Africa.
1446  
1447  
1448  
1449  
1450  
1451 : 855 AH
  Mehmet II becomes Ottoman Sultan.
  Shaykh Rahmat converts the Majapahit ruler (Indonesia) Raja Kertawijaya to Islam.
  Islam spreads rapidly in Java.
1452  
1453 : 857 AH
  Mehmet II conquerors Constantinople, renames it Istanbul and makes it the capital of the Ottoman Empire.
1454  
1455 : 859 AH
  The Venetians sail to the delta of the Gambia River.
1456 : 860 AH
  Mehmet II captures Athens, Greece.
  The Portuguese arrive at the mouth of the Gambia River.
1457  
1458 : 862 AH
  The Portuguese occupy the fortress of al Qasr, Morocco.
1459  
1460 : 864 AH
  King Alfonso of Portugal authorizes Fernao Gomes to explore the western coast of Africa.
1461 : 865 AH
  Leonardo da Vinci begins his work in Venice.
1462  
1463 : 867 AH
  Mehmet II conquers Bosnia. Mosque of Sultan Mehmet II constructed in Istanbul.
1464  
1465 : 869 AH
  Death of al Jazuli, Sufi Shaykh in Morocco.
1466  
1467 : 871 AH
  Herzegovina conquered by Mehmet II.
  Uzun Hassan, leader of Aq Quyunlu defeats Jehan Shah, leader of the Kara Quyunlu. Jehan Shah dies in battle.
1468  
1469  
1470  
1471 : 876 AH
  Tangiers occupied by Portugal.
  Portugal occupies Arzila on the West coast of Morocco.
1472  
1473 : 878 AH
  Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II defeats the Aq Kuyunlu Sultan Uzun Hassan. Portuguese captain Sequira sails to Benin, Nigeria.
1474 : 879 AH
  Commercial town of Kedah, in Indonesia, becomes Muslim.
1475 : 880 AH
  War between Spain and Portugal over rights to the Canary Islands.
1476  
1477  
   
1478 : 883 AH
  Kara Quli, a descendant of Jehan Shah, flees to India and establishes the Qutubshahi dynasty near Hyderabad.
  Death of Uzun Hassan, Aq Quyunlu Sultan.
  Turmoil in western Persia.
1479 : 884 AH
  Consolidation of Spain under Ferdinand and Isabella.
1480 : 885 AH
  The Ottomans capture the island of Rhodes.
1481 : 886 AH
  Bayazid II becomes Ottoman Sultan.
 

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1482 : 887 AH
  Ferdinand of Spain attacks al Hama.
1483 : 888 AH
  Civil wars in Granada.
  Ferdinand captures Malaga, Spain.
1484 : 889 AH
  The Portuguese appear at the delta of the Congo River.
1485  
1486  
1487 : 892 AH
  Portuguese sailor Diaz rounds the Cape of Good Hope.
1488 : 893 AH
  Malaga, one of the last Nasirid strongholds, falls to Castille.
1489 : 894 AH
  Adil Shah becomes Sultan of Bijapur, India
1490 : 895 AH
  Ferdinand lays siege to Granada, called Santa Fe (Holy Faith).
1491  
1492 : 897 AH
  Columbus discovers America.
  Granada falls to the Christians.
  Beginning of the Spanish Inquisition.
  The Jews are expelled from Spain.
  Sultan Bayazid II takes Hungary.
  Lodhi Sultanate established in Delhi.
  Death of Abdur Rahman Jami, well known Farsi poet.
1493 : 898 AH
  Abu Abdallah, commonly known as Boabdil, last emir of Granada, leaves Spain.
  Askiya Muhammed becomes Emperor of Songhay.
1494 : 899 AH
  At the Treaty of Tordesillas arranged by Pope Alexander VI, Portugal and Spain agree to divide up the world for conquest.
1495 : 900 AH
  Shaykh Putah introduces Islam into the Celebes islands and western New Guinea.
1496 : 901 AH
  Vasco da Gama, sails around the Cape of Good Hope and with the help of Muslim navigator Ahmed ibn Majid, discovers route to Malabar, India.
1497 : 902 AH
  Zahiruddin Babur loses Samarqand.
  Askiya Muhammed moves the capital of Songhay to Gao on the Niger River.
1498  
1499 : 904 AH
  Ottoman navy defeats the Venetians, takes Lepanto, off the coast of Greece.
1500 : 905 AH
  Muslims in Granada resist the Spanish Inquisition.
  Spain institutes forced slavery in Cuba.
1501 : 906 AH
  Shah Ismail I, with the help of the Safaviyya Sufi order, establishes the Safavid dynasty in Persia.
  The Uzbek Shaibani Khan evicts Zahiruddin Babur from Samarqand.
1502 : 907 AH
  Second voyage of Vasco da Gama to the Indian Ocean. The Portuguese bombard the city-states of East Africa, destroy the port city of Cochin, India and force the Raja of Cochin to expel Muslim traders.
  The Portuguese capture Shofala, East Africa.
  Leonardo da Vinci paints the Mona Lisa.
  Inquisition against the Muslims in Spain.
 

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1503  
1504 : 910 AH
  Babur takes Kabul, Afghanistan.
  Death of al Maghili, influential thinker from North Africa.
1505 : 911 AH
  Spain occupies Mars al Kabir, Algeria.
  The Portuguese occupy Agadir Morocco and build the fort of Santa Cruz.
  Portuguese captain Almeida raids Kilwa, Tanzania.
1506  
1507 : 913 AH
  The Portuguese occupy Safi, Morocco.
  The Portuguese occupy Bab el Mandap at the entrance to the Red Sea.
1508 : 914 AH
  A Mamluke fleet defeats the Portuguese off the coast of Chaul near modern Karachi.
  Spain occupies Oran, Algeria.
1509 : 915 AH
  The Mamlukes defeat the Portuguese navy off the coast of Yemen.
  Shah Ismail I defeats the Uzbek Shaibani Khan at the Battle of Merv.
  Spain occupies Bogie, Tunisia.
  The first batch of slaves bought in Lisbon for transportation to America.
1510  
1511 : 917 AH
  The Portuguese take Goa, India, and make it the capital of their operations in the Indian Ocean.
  The Inquisition is instituted against Hindus and Muslim in India.
  Spain destroys Tripoli, Libya.
  The Ottomans crush a Qazilbash uprising in eastern Anatolia at the Battle of Sivas.
1512 : 918 AH
  Selim I becomes Ottoman Sultan.
  The Portuguese capture the Straits of Malacca.
  Tlemcen in North Africa becomes a protectorate of Spain.
  The Uzbeks defeat the Safavids at the Battle of Khuzduvan and take Khorasan.
1513  
1514 : 920 AH
  Ottoman Sultan Selim I defeats Shah Ismail I at the Battle of Chaldiran.
1515 : 921 AH
  The Portuguese capture the Straits of Hormuz in Persia.
  The Portuguese control the entire Atlantic coastline of Morocco.
  First shipload of sugar from Cuba arrives in Spain.
1516 : 922 AH
  The Portuguese occupy Bahrain and Oman.
  The Ottomans capture Mosul.
  Ottoman Sultan Selim I defeats the Mamlukes at the Battle of Marj Dabik in Syria.
1517 : 923 AH
  Selim I occupies Cairo.
  Egypt becomes a province of the Ottoman Empire.
  The Caliphate moves to Istanbul.
  Selim I becomes the first Ottoman Caliph of Islam.
  Muhammed al Mahdi becomes Sa’adid Sultan of Morocco.
  Martin Luther begins Protestant reformation in Germany.
  The Portuguese capture Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  The King of Spain grants license to import African slaves into America.
  Ibrahim Lodhi becomes Sultan of Delhi.
1518  
1519 : 925 AH
  Death of Leonardo da Vinci.
  Mexican silver flows into Europe.
 

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1520 : 926 AH
  Sulaiman the Magnificent becomes Ottoman Sultan.
1521 : 927 AH
  Sulaiman captures Belgrade.
  Cortez destroys the Aztec Empire of Mexico.
1522 : 928 AH
  Sulaiman captures Rhodes. Spain captures Central America.
1523  
1524  
1525 : 931 AH
  Death of Safavid Shah Ismail I.
  Tahmasp I becomes Safavid ruler of Persia.
  Babur takes Lahore, Pakistan.
  Sulaiman the Magnificent orders a reorganization of the Ottoman fleet to challenge the Spaniards and the Portuguese.
1526 : 932 AH
  Babur captures Delhi; the Moghul dynasty is born. Sulaiman the Magnificent defeats the Hungarians at the Battle of Mohacs.
1527 : 933 AH
  Babur defeats Rajput armies at the Battle of Khanua.
1528 : 934 AH
  Sultan Sulaiman captures the city of Buda in Hungary.
  Askiya Muhammed becomes blind and is deposed as the Emperor of Songhay.
1529 : 935 AH
  Sultan Sulaiman lays siege to Vienna, Austria.
1530 : 936 AH
  Death of Zahiruddin Babur. His son Humayun ascends the Moghul throne in Delhi.
  The Englishman William Hawkins raids the Ivory Coast.
1531  
1532  
1533  
1534 : 940 AH
  Khairuddin, admiral of the Ottoman fleets, recaptures Tunis.
  Henry VIII takes the Church of England out of the orbit of Rome.
1535 : 941 AH
  Sulaiman Pasha, Ottoman governor of Egypt, drives the Portuguese from Yemen.
  The English Parliament passes laws against loitering in London.
  John Calvin preaches the Protestant Reformation in Switzerland.
  Stock Exchange is established in London.
1536 : 943 AH
  Khairuddin raids Valencia, Spain.
1537 : 944 AH
  Khairuddin captures Otranto, Italy and threatens Rome.
1538 : 945 AH
  Khairuddin victorious over combined navies of Venice and the Vatican at the Battle of Prevesa.
1539  
1540 : 947 AH
  Spain colonizes the Philippines.
  Destruction of religious relics in England. Beginning of the end of feudalism in England.
  Sher Shah Suri defeats Moghul Emperor Humayun and displaces him from the throne of Delhi until 1555.
1541 : 948 AH
  Charles V of Spain strikes at the Algerian coast.
  Ottoman Admiral Khairuddin takes Otranto, Italy.
  Muhammed al Saadi drives the Portuguese from the fort of Santa Cruz in Morocco.
 

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1542 : 949 AH
  Increasing tribal warfare in West Africa.
1543  
1544  
1545  
1546 : 953 AH
  Death of Khairuddin. Piri Rais becomes admiral of Ottoman navies.
1547  
1548  
1549  
   
1550 : 957 AH
  Kingdom of Acheh in Indonesia is founded. Islam spreads in the Archipelago.
1551 : 958 AH
  The Ottomans reclaim Tripoli.
  Piri Rais challenges the Portuguese blockage of the Straits of Hormuz.
1552  
1553 : 960 AH
  Thomas Wyndham of England raids the coast of West Africa.
1554 : 961 AH
  John Lock of England raids the Ivory Coast.
1555  
1556  
1557 : 964 AH
  The Ottomans occupy Masawa, Eritrea.
1558 : 965 AH
  Akbar becomes Moghul Emperor of India.
1559  
1560 : 967 AH
  Akbar adds Malwa, Chitoor, Rathambur, Gujrat and Bengal to the Moghul Empire (1560-1574).
  Abul Fazal and Faizi, well known writers, grace the Moghul court.
  Akbar surrounds himself with the “seven gems”; men of outstanding capabilities, including the musician Tan Sen and the Finance Minister Raja Todar Mal.
1561 : 968 AH
  Piri Rais prepares an accurate map of the Atlantic seaboard.
  The Ottomans destroy a Spanish fleet at the Battle of Djerba.
1562 : 969 AH
  Akbar marries Jodha Bai, princess of Amber, Rajasthan.
1563 : 970 AH
  First English fortifications off the coasts of New Guinea.
1564 : 971 AH
  Spain occupies the Philippines.
1565 : 972 AH
  Battle of Telekote, India. The combined forces of Bijapur, Golkunda, Bidar and Gulbarga defeat the armies of Vijayanagar in southern India.
  Piri Rais undertakes unsuccessful siege of Malta.
  Akbar, the Great Moghul, captures Gujrat.
  John Hawkins of England conducts slave raids on Sierra Leone.
  Sulaiman the Magnificent passes away
 

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1566 : 973 AH
  Muslims in Spain rebel against forced conversion to Catholicism.
1567  
1568  
1569  
1570  
1571 : 979 AH
  Battle of Lepanto. Combined navies of Spain, Venice, Austria and the Vatican defeat the Ottoman navy and occupy Tunis. Ottoman naval advance into the western Mediterranean is halted.
1572 : 980 AH
  The Ottomans reclaim Tunis.
  The Dutch gain their independence from Spain.
1573 : 981 AH
  The Moghul Emperor Akbar authorizes the construction of four large temples in Mathura.
1574  
1575  
1576 : 984 AH
  The Ottomans advance through Algeria and take the city of Fez in Morocco.
1577  
1578 : 986 AH
  Battle of Al Qasr al Kabir. The Sa’adid Sultan Ahmed al Mansur crushes the Portuguese army. King Sebastian of Portugal is killed. Morocco remains independent. Ottoman westward advance is halted.
1579 : 987 AH
  Akbar, the Great Moghul, completes the construction of a new city, Fatehpur Sikri. He starts ecumenical discussions with all religious faiths in the Ibadat Khana.
1580 : 988 AH
  Ottoman Admiral Ali Beg raids Portuguese positions in East Africa.
  Skirmishes between the Empire of Songhay and the Sa’adids of Morocco over the salt mines of Taodini.
  Portugal becomes a protectorate of Spain.
1581 : 989 AH
  Akbar, the Great Moghul, moves to Lahore, and adds Kashmir, Sindh, Baluchistan and southern Afghanistan to his empire.
  Akbar completes the construction of a Jami Masjid in Peshawar.
  Queen Elizabeth I sends Harborne as ambassador to Istanbul to seek trade relations with the Ottomans.
1582  
1583  
1584  
1585 : 993 AH
  War between the Safavids and the Ottomans for control of Iraq and Azerbaijan.
1586  
1587 : 995 AH
  Pope Sixtus V authorizes a Catholic crusade against England.
  The English defeat the Scots. Consolidation of Britain under the English throne.
1588 : 996 AH
  Shah Abbas becomes Safavid emperor of Persia.
  The Spanish armada is destroyed off the coast of England.
  Death of Sinan, architect of Sulaimaniye and Shehzade mosques in Turkey.
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1590 : 998 AH
  William Shakespeare writes in England.
1591 : 999 AH
  The Bohras emerge as a sub-branch of the Fatimids.
1592 : 1000 AH
  The Sa’adids of Morocco invade the Songhay Empire. A strong force under Judar Pasha destroys Timbaktu.
1593  
1594  
1595  
1596 : 1004 AH
  Akbar captures Ahmednagar in the Deccan, India.
1597  
1598 : 1006 AH
  A second Spanish attempt to conquer England ends in failure.
1599  
1600 : 1008 AH
  Dutch ascendancy in the Atlantic. The Atlantic slave trade gathers momentum.
  The British East India Company is granted a charter by Queen Elizabeth I.
1601  
1602 : 1010 AH
  Shah Abbas drives the Portuguese from Bahrain.
  The Dutch East India Company is formed.
1603 : 1012 AH
  Death of Queen Elizabeth I. 
1604  
1605 : 1014 AH
  Death of Moghul Emperor Akbar.
1606  
1607  
1608  
1609 : 1018 AH
  Final expulsion of Muslims from Spain.
1610  
1611  
1612  
1613  
1614  
1615 : 1024 AH
  The Dutch capture the Straits of Malacca from the Portuguese.
  Thomas Roe arrives in India as British ambassador to the Moghul court.
  Galileo is tried by the Church for his view that the earth is not the center of the universe.
1616  
1617  
1618  
1619 : 1028 AH
  The Dutch East India Company obtains trading rights on the island of Java.
  Thomas Roe obtains a farman from the Great Moghul Jehangir granting Britain trading rights in India.
 

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1620 : 1029 AH
  Sufi doctrines spread to East Asia.
  The Pilgrims land at Port Plymouth, Massachusetts.
1621  
1622 : 1031 AH
  Shah Abbas I, with the help of the British navy, expels the Portuguese from the Straits of Hormuz. The British obtain trading rights in Persia.
1623 : 1032 AH
  Murad IV becomes Ottoman Sultan.
1624 : 1033 AH
  Death of Shaykh Ahmed Sirhindi, referred to as Mujaddid alf e Thani (Reformer of the Second Millennium). He expounded the doctrine of Wahdat as Shahada.
1625  
1626 : 1035 AH
  The Dutch establish themselves in New Amsterdam (New York).
1627 : 1036 AH
  Shah Jehan, Moghul Emperor of India.
1628  
1629  
1630 : 1039 AH
  Death of German Astronomer Johann Kepler.
1631  
1632  
1633  
1634  
1635 : 1045 AH
  Death of Mian Pir of Lahore, teacher of Dara Shikoh, son of Shah Jehan.
  Emperor Shah Jehan expels the Portuguese from Bengal.
1636  
1637  
1638 : 1048 AH
  Shah Jehan builds a new capital at Delhi. Construction of the Jami Masjid in Delhi.
1639 : 1049 AH
  The British East India Company establishes a factory at Madras.
1640 : 1050 AH
  Armed rivalry between Britain, France and the Dutch for control of the slave trade.
  Portugal gains its independence from Spain.
  The Dutch capture Sri Lanka.
  The British East India Company establishes a factory at Calcutta.
 

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1641 : 1051 AH
  Sultana Tajul Alam Safiyyiatuddin rules as Queen of Acheh. She is the first of four queens to rule over the northern part of Sumatra.
  The Dutch capture Cochin on the West coast of India.
1642 : 1052 AH
  The Dutch establish a colony at Masulipatam on the East coast of India.
1643 : 1053 AH
  War between Venice and the Ottomans for control of Crete.
1644  
1645  
1646  
1647  
1648 : 1058 AH
  Shah Jehan completes the Taj Mahal, the most celebrated monument to love, for his wife Mumtaz Mahal.
  The Portuguese recapture Brazil from the Dutch.
1649  
1650  
1651  
1652  
1653  
1654  
1655 : 1065 AH
  The Kurpulu brothers Mehmet Pasha and Fazil Ahmed revitalize the Ottoman administration (1655-1676).
1656  
1657  
1658 : 1068 AH
  Aurangzeb becomes the Moghul Emperor.
1659 : 1069 AH
  End of the Sa’adid dynasty in Morocco.
1660 : 1070 AH
  Isaac Newton revolutionizes physics.
1661  
1662  
1663  
1664 : 1074 AH
  The British seize New Amsterdam, rename it New York.
  The Battle of St. Gotthard between the Ottomans and the European “Holy League” ends in a stalemate.
1665  
1666 : 1076 AH
  The Qur’an is translated into the Malay language.
1667  
1668 : 1079 AH
  King Charles II of England sells Bombay to the East India Company.
1669  
1670  
1671  
1672  
1673  
1674  
1675  
1676 : 1087 AH
  Kara Mustafa Pasha becomes grand vizier in Istanbul.
1677 : 1088 AH
  War between Russia and the Ottomans over access to the Black Sea.
1678  
1679  
1680  
1681  
1682  
1683 : 1094 AH
  The second siege of Vienna ends in failure. The Ottomans lose Hungary.
1684  
1685  
1686 : 1097 AH
  The Hapsburgs advance through Hungary towards Belgrade.
  The British make an attempt to capture the port of Chittagong in India and are beaten back by Moghul forces. 
1687 : 1098 AH
  The Ottomans are defeated at the second Battle of Mohacs.  
1688  
1689  
1690  
1691  
1692  
1693  
1694 : 1105 AH
  The Bank of England advances a perpetual loan of 1.2 million pounds to the British Crown in return for the privilege of putting its own notes into circulation.
1695  
1696 : 1107 AH
  Peter of Russia captures the strategic fortress of Azov from the Ottomans.
  The Sultan of Oman recaptures Fort Jesus of Mombasa from the Portuguese.
1697  
1698  
1699  
1700  
1701  
1702  
1703  
1704  
1705  
1706  
1707 : 1119 AH
  Death of Aurangzeb. The Moghul Empire begins to disintegrate.
 

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1708 : 1120 AH
  The assassination of Guru Gobind Singh sets off Sikh revolts against Moghul rule in India.
1709  
1710  
1711  
1712  
1713 : 1125 AH
  The British displace the Dutch as the most powerful force in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
1714  
1715  
1716  
1717  
1718  
1719  
1720  
1721  
1722 : 1134 AH
  Tahmasp II, last Safavid ruler of Persia ascends the Persian throne.
  Nizam ul Mulk is appointed the Subedar of Hyderabad.
1723  
1724  
1725  
1726  
1727  
1728  
1729  
1730  
1731  
1732  
1733  
1734  
1735  
1736 : 1149 AH
  Nadir Shah becomes Emperor of Persia, displaces the Safavid Tahmasp II.
1737  
1738  
   
1739 : 1152 AH
  Nadir Shah of Persia invades India, sacks Delhi, and carries off the Peacock Throne.
1740 : 1153 AH
  Shaykh ibn Abdul Wahhab starts his movement in Najd, Arabia.
1741 : 1154 AH
  Ahmed ibn Said becomes Sultan of Oman and Zanzibar and attempts to build a strong navy. 
1742  
1743  
1744  
1745  
1746 : 1159 AH
  Muhammed ibn Saud establishes the Saudi dynasty near Riyadh.
1747  
1748  
1749  
1750  
1751  
1752  
1753  
1754 : 1167 AH
  The French General Dupleix leaves India. France loses the contest for control of Indian trade to the British.
1755  
1756 : 1169 AH
  Anglo-French wars in India and America (1756-63). The British are victorious over the French.
1757 : 1170 AH
  The Battle of Plassey. The British gain control of Bengal, India.
1758 : 1171 AH
  The Industrial Revolution in England gains momentum, fueled by the loot from Bengal.
  The Marathas occupy Lahore; oust Timur, son of Nadir Shah of Kabul.
1759  
1760  
1761 : 1174 AH
  Third Battle of Panipat near Delhi. The Afghans under Ahmed Shah Abdali defeat Maratha armies.
1762 : 1175 AH
  Death of Shah Waliullah of Delhi, leading reformer.
1763 : 1176 AH
  The Treaty of Paris. The French give up their interests in India and America.
 

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1764 : 1177 AH
  The British starve the Begums of Oudh, India, to surrender their jewels.
  Battle of Buxor. The British defeat the combined armies of Oudh, Bengal and Delhi.
1765 : 1178 AH
  The British wage a brutal campaign against the Afghans of Rohilla in India.
1766  
1767 : 1181 AH
  The First Mysore War (1767-68). Tippu Sultan and his father Hyder Ali force the British to sue for peace.
1768  
1769  
1770  
1771  
1772 : 1186 AH
  The British Parliament abolishes the slave trade.
1773  
1774  
1775  
1776 : 1190 AH
  The Colonies declare independence in America. The American War of Independence (1776-83) follows.
1777  
1778  
1779  
1780 : 1194 AH
  The Second Mysore War. Tippu Sultan defeats the British at the Battle of Pollipur.
1781 : 1195 AH
  George Washington defeats General Cornwallis at the Battle of Saratoga. Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown, retires to England, is hired by the East India Company, and is sent to battle Tippu Sultan of Mysore.
1782  
1783  
1784  
1785  
1786  
   
1787 : 1201 AH
  Death of Shaykh ibn Abdul Wahhab of Arabia.
1788  
1789 : 1203 AH
  The Third Mysore War (1789-91). Cornwallis forces Tippu Sultan to cede half of his Territory; takes Tippu’s children as hostage.
  Beginning of the French Revolution.
1790  
1791  
1792  
1793 : 1207 AH
  The British Permanent Settlement Act imposes feudal landlords upon Bengal.
1794  
1795  
1796  
1797  
1798 : 1213 AH
  Napoleon lands in Egypt and is victorious at the Battle of the Pyramids.
  The British capture Colombo from the Dutch.
1799 : 1214 AH
  Napoleon corresponds with Tippu Sultan of Mysore and the Sultan of Oman about an invasion of India.
  Tippu Sultan falls at the Battle of Srirangapatam.
  Napoleon is defeated by Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar and is forced to withdraw from Egypt.
1800  
1801 : 1216 AH
  The Wahhabis raid Karbala. Wahhabi movement spreads to Iraq. The Wahhabis raid the Hejaz.
1802  
1803 : 1218 AH
  Muhammed Ali becomes the Ottoman governor of Egypt; starts a long series of reforms.
  The Marathas in Poona, India, sue for peace with the British.
  Denmark abolishes the slave trade.
  Emir Abdul Aziz of Najd captures Mecca.
1804  
1805 : 1220 AH
  Muhammed Ali becomes the Pasha of Egypt.
1806 : 1221 AH
  British armies enter Delhi.
 

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1807 : 1222 AH
  Uthman dan Fuduye establishes the Sokoto Caliphate.
  Muhammed Ali Pasha beats back a British attempt to seize Alexandria, Egypt.
1808 : 1223 AH
  The United States abolishes the slave trade.
1809  
1810  
1811  
   
1812 : 1227 AH
  Muhammed Ali of Egypt recaptures Mecca and Hejaz from the Wahhabis (1812-15).
1813  
1814  
1815  
1816  
1817 : 1232 AH
  Death of Uthman dan Fuduye, mujahid in West Africa.
  Muhammed Bello becomes Caliph of the Sokoto Empire.
1818 : 1233 AH
  Holland abolishes the slave trade.
1819  
1820  
1821 : 1236 AH
  Greek war against the Ottomans.
1822  
1823  
1824  
1825  
1826  
1827 : 1242 AH
  Naval Battle of Navarino pits European axis against the Ottomans.
  Shaykh Ahmed Lobo establishes the kingdom of Lobo in West Africa.
1828 : 1243 AH
  War between Russia and the Ottomans over control of the Black Sea. Russia advances into Anatolia.
1829  
1830 : 1246 AH
  Greece breaks off from the Ottoman Empire.
  France occupies Algiers.
1831  
1832  
1833  
1834 : 1250 AH
  Beginning of Muslim resistance to the Russians in Daghestan, Crimea and the Caucasus.
1835 : 1251 AH
  The Ottomans defeat the French at Malta.
  The British replace Persian with English in the higher courts in India.
1836  
1837 : 1253 AH
  Sanusiya Sufi brotherhood is founded in North Africa.
1838 : 1254 AH
  British invasion of Afghanistan ends in failure.
1839 : 1255 AH
  Abdul Mecit I becomes Ottoman Sultan.
  Beginning of Tanzimat reforms in the Ottoman Empire.
1840 : 1256 AH
  France starts colonization of Algeria.
1841  
1842  
1843  
1844  
1845  
1846 : 1262 AH
  The Bank Act of 1846 in England confers legal recognition on the negotiability of credit documents.
1847  
1848 : 1264 AH
  Nasiruddin Shah ascends the throne of Persia.
1849  
1850 : 1266 AH
  The Bahai schism starts in Persia.
1851 : 1267 AH
  The British build a railroad linking Alexandria with Suez (1851-54).
1852  
1853 : 1269 AH
  The Tijaniya Sufi brotherhood is established in West Africa.
  Beginning of the Crimean War. Britain and France support the Ottomans against Russia.
 

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1854 : 1270 AH
  Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt grants a concession to French Engineer Ferdinand de Lesseps to build the Suez Canal. Egypt borrows funds from international bankers to complete the canal.
  The Ottomans take their first loan from international bankers.
1855  
1856 : 1272 AH
  End of the Crimean war between Russia and the Ottomans.
1857 : 1273 AH
  The Sepoy Uprising in India. After initial successes, the Uprising is crushed by the British. End of Moghul rule. The British exile the last Moghul Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar to Rangoon, Burma.
1858 : 1274 AH
  The Russians capture Imam Shamil, Naqshbandi Imam in Daghestan. End of Muslim resistance in Chechnya and Daghestan.
1859 : 1275 AH
  Death of Muhammed al Sanusi, Reformer, Sufi Shaykh of Libya.
1860 : 1276 AH
  Alhajj Omar resists French colonization in Sene-Gambia.
1861 : 1277 AH
  American Civil War (1861-65). The price of Egyptian cotton soars in world markets.
1862  
1863 : 1280 AH
  Abraham Lincoln proclaims the abolition of slavery.
1864  
1865  
1866  
1867  
1868  
1869 : 1286 AH
  The Suez Canal opens with much fanfare.
  The price of Egyptian cotton drops precipitously. Egyptian public debt mounts.
  Tunisia falters on debt payments to European bankers. The International Debt Commission for Tunisia assumes control over Tunisian finances.
1870  
1871 : 1288 AH
  A unified Germany emerges as the most powerful continental power in Europe.
1872  
1873 : 1290 AH
  The Dutch capture the Kingdom of Acheh in Sumatra. Beginning of Dutch colonial rule in Indonesia.
1874 : 1291 AH
  Syed Ahmed Khan founds the Aligarh College in India.
1875 : 1292 AH
  Egypt sells off its share in the Suez Canal Company to the British to partially offset its debts.
1876 : 1293 AH
  Abdul Hamid II becomes the Ottoman Sultan and Caliph. He starts consolidation of ties with Muslim peoples worldwide.
  Egypt falters on debt payments. Britain and France appoint a Commission on Egyptian Public Debt with the power to confiscate revenues.
 

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1877 : 1294 AH
  Russia invades the Ottoman Empire (1877-78). Russian troops advance to within ten miles of Istanbul and dictate capitulation terms to the Turks at the Treaty of San Stefano.
1878 : 1295 AH
  Egypt is forced by Britain and France to accept international control over her finances.
  Treaty of Berlin results in effective dissolution of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans.
  Britain occupies Cyprus.
1879 : 1296 AH
  Britain and France force Khedive Ismail Pasha of Egypt to abdicate in favor of his son Tawfiq Pasha. Sultan Abdul Hamid acquiesces in the abdication.
1880 : 1297 AH
  The French, in violation of the Treaty of Berlin, occupy Tunisia and declare it a “protectorate”.
1881 : 1298 AH
  Egyptian nationalists under Ahmed Torabi Pasha stage protests against foreign control.
1882 : 1299 AH
  The British bombard Alexandria into submission, defeat the Egyptians at the Battle of Tel el Kabir and occupy Cairo.
  The Mahdi seizes Khartoum and establishes a Caliphate in the Sudan.
1883  
1884  
   
1885 : 1302 AH
  The British storm Khartoum. Death of al Mahdi of the Sudan.
  An Englishman, Allan Hume, founds the Indian National Congress.
1886  
1887  
1888 : 1305 AH
  Ghulam Mirza Ahmed starts the Ahmadiya schism in Punjab, India. The movement draws strong opposition from the ulema.
1889  
1890  
1891 : 1308 AH
  The Tobacco Concession touches off an uproar in Persia. Peaceful boycott of tobacco, under a fatwa from Hajji Mirza Hassan Shirazi, forces the Shah to rescind the Concession.
1892  
1893  
1894  
1895  
1896 : 1314 AH
  Nasiruddin Shah of Persia is assassinated.
1897  
1898  
1899  
1900  
1901 : 1319 AH
  Abdul Aziz ibn Saud captures Riyadh.
1902  
1903  
1904  
1905  
1906 : 1324 AH
  All India Muslim League is founded.
1907 : 1325 AH
  Death of Muzaffaruddin Shah of Persia. His son Muhammed Ali Mirza becomes the Shah. The first Majlis is elected in Persia.
  The Young Turks Movement in Turkey gathers momentum.
1908 : 1326 AH
  Austria-Hungary annexes Bosnia-Herzegovina.
  Constitutional revolution in Persia. Muhammed Ali Shah of Persia is deposed. His young son Ahmed Mirza becomes the Shah.
1909 : 1327 AH
  Sultan Abdul Hamid II is deposed by the Young Turks.
  Mehmet V becomes the Sultan.
1910  
1911 : 1329 AH
  The Sanusi brotherhood resists the Italian invasion of Libya.
1912 : 1330 AH 
  Muhammadiya movement is organized in Indonesia.
  Egypt becomes a British protectorate.
1913 : 1331 AH
  The Balkan war begins. Serbia, Greece and Bulgaria invade Ottoman territories. Albania becomes independent. The Ottomans are forced to withdraw from most of the Balkans.
1914 : 1332 AH
  A Serb in Sarajevo murders Prince Francis Ferdinand of Austria. Austria declares war on Serbia.
  Russia declares war on Austria.
  Germany declares war on Russia.
  France and England declare war on Germany.
  The Triple Entente powers (Britain, France and Russia) declare war on the Ottomans.
  Beginning of World War I.
 

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1915 : 1333 AH
  The Ottomans contain British advances in Iraq and beat back attempts to capture Baghdad and Istanbul.
1916 : 1334 AH
  The British promise to set up a unified Arab state.
  Sharif Hussain declares himself king of Hejaz, attacks Ottoman garrisons in Arabia.
  Lawrence of Arabia, a British intelligence officer, works with the Arabs.
  The Sykes-Picot agreement divides up the Ottoman territories between England, France, Russia, Greece and Italy.
1917 : 1335 AH
  Anglo Indian troops under Allenby capture Baghdad and Jerusalem.
  The Balfour Declaration promises to set up a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
  The French take Beirut.
  Germany releases the Bolshevik leader Lenin to pressure Russia to drop out of the War.
  The United States enters the War.
  The Russian army begins to collapse on the western front. The October Revolution brings the Bolsheviks to power. Russia pulls out of the War.
1918 : 1336 AH
  Mehmet VI becomes Ottoman Sultan.
  Damascus falls to British Forces.
  Germany and the Ottoman Empire capitulate. End of World War I.
  The Wafd movement starts in Egypt.
1919 : 1337 AH
  The victorious allies partition the Ottoman Empire.
  Greece invades Anatolia.
1920 : 1338 AH
  French mandate over Syria.
  British mandate over Iraq and Palestine.
  The Greeks capture Alashehir, Bahkesir, Bandarma and Bursa.
  The Turks stop the Greeks at the Battle of Ankara.
1921 : 1339 AH
  The British appoint Abdullah, son of Sharif Hussain, as emir of Trans Jordan.
  Faisal, another son of Hussain, is appointed emir of Iraq.
  The Turks are victorious over the Greeks at the Battle of the Sakarya River. Greece retreats from Anatolia.
1922 : 1340 AH
  Abdul Mecit II becomes Ottoman Sultan.
  Mustafa Kemal becomes President of the Republic of Turkey.
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1924 : 1342 AH
  The Turkish National Assembly abolishes the Caliphate
 

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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.

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 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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Miracle : Quiz
Mukjizat : Kuiz

            

Translation                   

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

Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) was asked about the deed which will be foremost to lead a man to Jannah. He replied, "Fear of Allah and the good conduct." Then he was asked about indulgence which will admit a man to Hell (Fire) and he answered, "The tongue and the genitals."

[At- Tirmidhi].
 

وعن أبى هريرة رضي الله عنه قال‏:‏ سئل رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم عن أكثر ما يدخل الناس الجنة‏؟‏ قال‏:‏ “تقوى الله وحسن الخلق” وسئل عن أكثر ما يدخل الناس النار، قال‏:‏ “الفم والفرج”‏.‏ ‏(‏‏(‏رواه الترمذي وقال‏:‏ حديث حسن صحيح‏)‏‏)‏‏.‏

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Daripada Abdullah bin ‘Amr RA, bahawa Nabi SAW bersabda:

وَتَفْتَرِقُ أُمَّتِي عَلَى ثَلَاثٍ وَسَبْعِينَ مِلَّةً، كُلُّهُمْ فِي النَّارِ إِلَّا مِلَّةً وَاحِدَةً، قَالُوا: وَمَنْ هِيَ يَا رَسُولَ اللَّهِ؟ قَالَ: مَا أَنَا عَلَيْهِ وَأَصْحَابِي

Maksudnya: “Dan akan berpecah umatku kepada 73 golongan kumpulan. Semuanya akan dimasukkan ke dalam neraka melainkan satu kumpulan sahaja. Sahabat bertanya: Wahai Rasulullah SAW, siapakah mereka? Nabi SAW menjawab: Apa yang aku berada di atasnya dan juga sahabat-sahabatku.” [Riwayat al-Tirmizi (2641)]

It was narrated from ‘Awf bin Malik that the Messenger of Allah(ﷺ) said:

“The Jews split into seventy-one sects, one of which will be in Paradise and seventy in Hell. The Christians split into seventy-two sects, seventy-one of which will be in Hell and one in Paradise. I swear by the One Whose Hand is the soul of Muhammad, my nation will split into seventy-three sects, one of which will be in Paradise and seventy-two in Hell.” It was said: “O Messenger of Allah, who are they?” He said: “The main body.”

حَدَّثَنَا عَمْرُو بْنُ عُثْمَانَ بْنِ سَعِيدِ بْنِ كَثِيرِ بْنِ دِينَارٍ الْحِمْصِيُّ، حَدَّثَنَا عَبَّادُ بْنُ يُوسُفَ، حَدَّثَنَا صَفْوَانُ بْنُ عَمْرٍو، عَنْ رَاشِدِ بْنِ سَعْدٍ، عَنْ عَوْفِ بْنِ مَالِكٍ، قَالَ قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ ـ صلى الله عليه وسلم ـ ‏"‏ افْتَرَقَتِ الْيَهُودُ عَلَى إِحْدَى وَسَبْعِينَ فِرْقَةً فَوَاحِدَةٌ فِي الْجَنَّةِ وَسَبْعُونَ فِي النَّارِ وَافْتَرَقَتِ النَّصَارَى عَلَى ثِنْتَيْنِ وَسَبْعِينَ فِرْقَةً فَإِحْدَى وَسَبْعُونَ فِي النَّارِ وَوَاحِدَةٌ فِي الْجَنَّةِ وَالَّذِي نَفْسُ مُحَمَّدٍ بِيَدِهِ لَتَفْتَرِقَنَّ أُمَّتِي عَلَى ثَلاَثٍ وَسَبْعِينَ فِرْقَةً فَوَاحِدَةٌ فِي الْجَنَّةِ وَثِنْتَانِ وَسَبْعُونَ فِي النَّارِ ‏"‏ ‏.‏ قِيلَ يَا رَسُولَ اللَّهِ مَنْ هُمْ قَالَ ‏"‏ الْجَمَاعَةُ ‏"‏ ‏.‏

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   Solah & After Solah                  

A. Bacaan dalam solat

1.

2.

B. Bacaan selepas solat 

1. Zikir paling ringkas 1 - 7

2. Zikir ringkas 

3. Zikir panjang 

Dr.Rozaimi kata .... 

1. Hadith kata lebih afdhal doa dalam solat. Tiada hadith suruh doa secara berjamaah. Yakni imam baca doa, ahli jama'ah amin.

2.Boleh doa lepas solat sendirian. Tak salah. Cuma kena tahu bahawa doa dalam solat lebih afdhal.

Lain yang sebut, lain yang diulas.

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Zikir Selepas Solat

 

ZIKIR SELEPAS SOLAT

 

 

عَنِ ابْنِ عَبَّاسٍ رَضِيَ اللهُ عَنْهُ أَنَّ رَفْعَ الصَّوْتِ بِالذِّكْرِ حِينَ يَنْصَرِفُ النَّاسُ مِنَ المَكْتُوبَةِ كَانَ عَلَى عَهْدِ رَسُول اللهِ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ.

 

Yang bermaksud, Daripada Ibn ‘Abbas r.a, sesungguhnya berzikir secara kuat apabila selesai menunaikan solat fardhu telah dilakukan sejak zaman Rasulullah SAW[1].

 

 

Foto Kredit: meldmagazine.com.au

ZIKIR SELEPAS SOLAT FARDHU YANG MUDAH DIHAFAL, BERDASARKAN HADIS SAHIH

Berikut adalah himpunan zikir ringkas yang boleh kita amalkan dan mudah dihafal, serta berdasarkan hadis sahih sesuai dengan anjuran Rasulullah SAW.

ZIKIR 1

أَسْتَغفِرُ اللهَ     ... tiga x .. 

Aku mohon keampunan mu Allah 

اَللَّهُمَّ أَنْتَ السَّلاَمُ 

 Ya Allah , Engkau Maha pemberi keselamatan

وَمِنْكَ السَّلاَمُ

dan dari Kamu , keselamatan

وَإِلَيْكَ يَعُودُ السَّلاَمُ .

dan kepada Kamu kembali keselamatan

تَبَارَكْتَ

Maha berkat Kamu

يَا ذَاالْجَلالِ وَالاِكْرَامِ

Wahai yang maha tinggi darjat dan maha mulia

*(Berdasarkan Hadis Riwayat Muslim)

 

ZIKIR 2

لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ

Tiada Tuhan melainkan Allah

وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيكَ لَهُ،

Dia yang satu, tiada sekutu bagiNya

لَهُ الْمُلْكُ

bagiNya kerajaan

وَلَهُ الحَمْدُ 

dan bagiNya segala kepujian

وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَئٍ

dan Dia di atas semua perkara

قَدِيرٌ

Maha berkuasa

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اللَّهُمَّ

Ya Allah

لاَ مَانِعَ لِمَا أَعْطَيْتَ

Tiada penghalang bagi apa yang Kau beri

وَلاَ مُعْطِىَ لِمَا مَنَعْتَ

dan tiada pemberi bagi apa yang Kau halang

وَلاَ يَنْفَعُ ذَا الْجَدِّ

dan tidak beri manafaat  kelebihan  usaha

مِنْكَ الْجَدُّ

(Kerana) dari hanya dari Kau kelebihan usaha

*(Berdasarkan Hadis Riwayat Bukhari & Muslim)

 

ZIKIR 3

لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللَّهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيكَ لَهُ لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الْحَمْدُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَىْءٍ قَدِيرٌ

Laa ilaaha illalloohu wahdahu laa syariika lah, lahul mulku wa lahul hamdu wahuwa ‘alaa kulli syai in qodiir.

Maksudnya: Tidak ada yang berhak disembah dengan sebenarnya kecuali Allah, satu-satunya dan tidak ada sekutu bagi-Nya,
milik-Nya lah segala kerajaan, segala pujian dan Allah Maha Berkuasa atas segala sesuatu.

 

لاَ حَوْلَ وَلاَ قُوَّةَ إِلاَّ بِاللَّهِ

Laa haula wa laa quwwata illaa billaah.

Maksudnya: Tidak ada daya, tidak ada kekuatan kecuali dari Allah.

 

لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللَّهُ وَلاَ نَعْبُدُ إِلاَّ إِيَّاهُ لَهُ النِّعْمَةُ وَلَهُ الْفَضْلُ وَلَهُ الثَّنَاءُ الْحَسَنُ

Laa ilaaha illalloohu, wa laa na’budu illaa iyyaahu, lahun ni’matu wa lahul fadhlu wa lahuts tsanaa ul hasan.

Maksudnya: Tidak ada yang berhak disembah dengan sebenarnya kecuali Allah, kami tidak beribadah kecuali hanya kepada-Nya. Hanya milik Allah segala nikmat, segala keutamaan, dan segala pujian yang baik.

 

لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللَّهُ مُخْلِصِينَ لَهُ الدِّينَ وَلَوْ كَرِهَ الْكَافِرُونَ
Laa ilaaha illaalloohu mukhlishiina lahud diin, wa lau karihal kaafiruun

Maksudnya: Tidak ada yang berhak disembah dengan sebenarnya kecuali Allah, dalam keadaan tulus, hanya untuk-Nya agama ini, walaupun orang-orang kafir membenci.

*(Berdasarkan Hadis Riwayat Muslim)

 

ZIKIR 4

سبحان الله
Subhaanallah (33 kali)

Maksudnya: Maha Suci Allah

 

الحمد لله
Alhamdulillah (33 kali)

Maksudnya: Segala puji bagi Allah

 

ألله أكبر
Allahu Akbar (33 kali)

Maksudnya: Allah Maha Besar

 

لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الحَمْدُ  وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَئٍ قَدِيرٌ

Laa ilaaha illallah wahdahu laa syarikalah, lahul mulku walahul hamdu wahuwa ‘alaa kulli syai in qodiir.

Maksudnya: Tiada Tuhan selain Allah satu sahaja. Tiada mempunyai sekutu. Dia mempunyai kerajaan dan perlu dipuji, dan Dialah Yang amat berkuasa terhadap sesuatu.

*(Berdasarkan Hadis Riwayat Muslim)

 

ZIKIR 5

اللَّهُ لَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْقَيُّومُ لَا تَأْخُذُهُ سِنَةٌ وَلَا نَوْمٌ لَهُ مَا فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَمَا فِي الْأَرْضِ
مَنْ ذَا الَّذِي يَشْفَعُ عِنْدَهُ إِلَّا بِإِذْنِهِ يَعْلَمُ مَا بَيْنَ أَيْدِيهِمْ
وَمَا خَلْفَهُمْ وَلَا يُحِيطُونَ بِشَيْءٍ مِنْ عِلْمِهِ إِلَّا بِمَا شَاءَ
وَسِعَ كُرْسِيُّهُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضَ وَلَا يَئُودُهُ حِفْظُهُمَا وَهُوَ الْعَلِيُّ الْعَظِيمُ

Allahu laa ilaaha illaa huwal hayyul qoyyuum, laa ta’khudzuhu sinatuw walaa nauum, lahu maa fis samaawaati wamaa fil ardhi mandzalladzii yasyfa’u ‘indahu illaa bi idznih, ya’lamu maa baina aidiihim wa maa kholfahum, wa laa yuhiithuuna bisyai im min ‘ilmihi illaa bimaa syaa’, wasi’a kursiyyuhus samaawaati wal ardh, walaa ya uuduhu hifdzuhuma wahuwal ‘aliyyul ‘adziim.

(Surah Al-Baqarah ayat 255 @ Ayat Kursi)

Maksudnya:

Allah tidak ada yang berhak disembah kecuali Dia yang Maha Hidup lagi Maha Berdiri sendiri. Allah tidak mengantuk dan tidaklah tidur. MilikNya apa-apa yg ada dilangit dan dibumi.

Tidak ada yang dapat memberi syafa’at di sisi Allah kecuali dengan izin-Nya. Allah Maha Mengetahui apa yang di hadapan dan belakang mereka.

Mereka tidak mengetahui sedikit pun dari ilmuNya kecuali dengan apa yang Allah kehendaki.

Kursi Allah meliputi langit dan bumi dan Allah tidaklah berat dalam memelihara keduanya dan Allah Maha Tinggi lagi Maha Agung.

*(Berdasarkan Hadis Riwayat Nasaie)

 

ZIKIR 6

  • Surah Al-Ikhlas
  • Surah Al- Falaq
  • Surah An-Naas

*(Berdasarkan Hadis Riwayat Abu Dawud & Nasaie)

 

ZIKIR 7

اَللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَسْأَلُكَ عِلْمًا نَافِعًا , وَ رِزْقًا طَيَّبًا , وَ عَمَلاً مُتَقَبَّلاً

Allahumma inni as’aluka ‘ilman naafi’a, wa rizqan tayyiba, wa ‘amalan mutaqabbala

Maksudnya: Ya Allah sesungguhnya aku meminta kepadaMu ilmu yang bermanfaat, rezeki yang baik dan amal yang diterima.

*(Berdasarkan Hadis Riwayat Ibnu Majah & Ahmad)

 

Berikut adalah ringkasan ketujuh-tujuh zikir tersebut dalam bentuk grafik.

 

 

 

Zikir Ringkas (Zuhur dan Isyak)

 

 

Istighfar

 

 

أَسْتَغفِرُ اللهَ الْعَظِيمَ (3 كالي)

أَسْتَغفِرُ اللهَ الْعَظِيمَ الَّذِي لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْقَيـُّومُ وَأَتُوبُ إِلَيهِ

 

 

لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الحَمْدُ يُحْيِي وَيُمِيتُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَئٍ قَدِيرٌ. (3 كالي)

 

 

اَللَّهُمَّ أَجِرْنَا مِنَ النَّارِ(3 كالي)

 

 

اَللَّهُمَّ أَنْتَ السَّلاَمُ وَمِنْكَ السَّلاَمُ وَإِلَيْكَ يَعُودُ السَّلاَمُ فَحَيِّنَا رَبَّنَا بِالسَّلاَمِ وَأَدْخِلْنَا الجَنَّةَ دَارَ السَّلاَمِ تَبَارَكْتَ رَبَّنَا وَتَعَالَيْتَ يَا ذَاالْجَلالِ وَالاِكْرَامِ.

 

 

al-Fatihah

 

أَعُوذُ بِاللهِ مِنَ الشَّيْطَانِ الرَّجِيمِ

 

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ(1)

الْحَمْدُ لِلهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ (2) الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ (3) مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ (4) إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ (5) اهْدِنَا الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِيمَ (6) صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيْهِمْ غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلَا الضَّالِّينَ (7)

 (Al-Fatiha 001-007)

 

 

وَإِلَـٰهُكُمْ إِلَـٰهٌ وَاحِدٌ لَّآ إِلَـٰهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ الرَّحْمَـٰنُ الرَّحِيمُ (163)

(Al-Baqarah 163)

 

 

اللهُ لَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْقَيُّومُ لَا تَأْخُذُهُ سِنَةٌ وَلَا نَوْمٌ لَهُ مَا فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَمَا فِي الْأَرْضِ مَنْ ذَا الَّذِي يَشْفَعُ عِنْدَهُ إِلَّا بِإِذْنِهِ يَعْلَمُ مَا بَيْنَ أَيْدِيهِمْ وَمَا خَلْفَهُمْ وَلَا يُحِيطُونَ بِشَيْءٍ مِنْ عِلْمِهِ إِلَّا بِمَا شَاءَ وَسِعَ كُرْسِيُّهُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضَ وَلَا يَئُودُهُ حِفْظُهُمَا وَهُوَ الْعَلِيُّ الْعَظِيمُ(225)

 (Al-Baqarah 255)

 

 

اِلَـٰهَنَا رَبَّنَا سُبْحَانَ اللهِ

سُبْحَانَ اللهِ(33 كالي)

 

 

سُبْحَانَ اللهِ وَبِحَمْدِهِ دَائِمًا أَبَدًا الحَمْدُ لِلهِ

الحَمْدُ لِلهِ(33 كالي)

 

 

الحَمْدُ لِلهِ رَبِّ العَالَمِينَ عَلَى كُلِّ حَالٍ وَنِعْمَةٍ اللهُ أَكْبَرُ

اللهُ أَكْبَرُ(33 كالي)

 

 

اللهُ أَكْبَرُ كَبِيرًا، وَالحَمْدُ لِلهَ كَثِيرًا، وَسُبْحَانَ اللهِ بُكْرَةً وَأَصِيلاً، لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الحَمْدُ يُحْيِي وَيُمِيتُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَئٍ قَدِيرٌ، وَلاَ حَوْلَ وَلاَ قُوَّةَ إِلاَّ بِاللهِ الْعَلِىِّ الْعَظِيمِ.

 

 

Doa

Berikut disertakan panduan doa selepas solat dalam bahasa Arab dan rumi beserta terjemahan ertinya untuk tatapan pembaca semua.

1. Bacaan Pembuka Doa

Pembuka Doa 1 Pembuka Doa 2

2. Disusuli Dengan Selawat Ke Atas Nabi

Selawat Ke Atas Nabi

3. Seterusnya, Isi Kandungan Doa

Isi Kandungan Doa Lepas Solat Fardhu

Isi Kandungan Doa Lepas Solat Fardhu 2

Isi Kandungan Doa Lepas Solat Fardhu 3

Isi Kandungan Doa Lepas Solat Fardhu 4 Isi Kandungan Doa Lepas Solat Fardhu 5

4. Bacaan Penutup Doa

Bacaan Penutup Doa 1 Bacaan Penutup Doa 2

 

Jika anda mahu mencetak doa ini, sila download Doa Selepas Solat versi file PDF. Semoga anda dapat memohon doa dengan lebih baik selepas ini. InsyaAllah.

7 Zikir Selepas Solat Fardhu Yang Ringkas & Mudah Hafal. Jom Amalkan

zikir selepas solat

Zikir dari segi bahasanya bermaksud sebut dan ingat. Ia adalah suatu bentuk amalan ibadah yang mudah dan boleh dikerjakan tanpa batas waktu, tempat, dan sebagainya.

Waktu selepas solat adalah antara yang dianjurkan untuk kita duduk sebentar dan berzikir. Tak susah pun, sekadar lebih kurang 5 minit saja untuk kita memanjatkan syukur, menambahkan cinta pada Allah, membuang rasa kebimbangan, dan paling penting, memohon ampun kepada Allah.

zikir selepas solat

Sumber: Facebook Kempen Semak Status Hadis

 

JOM AMALKAN ZIKIR!

Siapa kata susah baca zikir selepas solat kan? Semuanya pendek belaka dan mudah dihafal. Tak semestinya dibaca ikut turutan. Kalau tak ada kesempatan, pilih satu saja pun boleh.

Tidak terhad selepas waktu solat saja, kita juga boleh mengamalkan zikir-zikir ini sentiasa, walau di mana saja kita berada. Banyak kebaikan mengamalkan zikir, dan ia akan menjadi cahaya bukan sahaja semasa hidup, malah turut menerangi kubur kita serta memberi manfaat kepada yang sentiasa melakukannya di akhirat kelak.

Semoga kita semua diberi keberkatan dan kemanisan dalam mengamalkannya!

October 21, 2013

Dzikir Selepas Solat Fardhu Yang Thabit Dari Nabi SAW

By Shahmuzir

Dzikir Selepas Solat Fardhu

Berikut adalah dzikir selepas solat fardhu yang thabit dari hadith-hadith Rasulullah sallAllahu `alaihi wa sallam:

(1)

أَسْتَغْفِرُ اللهَ ، أَسْتَغْفِرُ اللهَ ، أَسْتَغْفِرُ اللهَ ، اَللَّهُمَّ أَنْتَ السَّلاَمُ ، وَمِنْكَ السَّلاَمُ ، تَبَارَكْتَ يَا ذَا الْجَلاَلِ وَالإْكْرَامِ

Maksudnya:  “Aku memohon keampunan ALLAH, aku memohon keampunan ALLAH, aku memohon keampunan ALLAH.  Ya ALLAH, ENGKAU Pemberi Keselamatan, dan dariMU datangnya keselamatan, Maha Suci ENGKAU wahai TUHAN Yang Maha Agung dan Maha Mulia.”

(HR Muslim) ZIKIR PALING RINGKAS

(2)

لاَ إِلَـهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيْكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الْحَمْدُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَيْءٍ قَدِيْرُ. لاَ حَوْلَ وَلاَ قُوَّةَ إِلاَّ بِاللهِ، لاَ إِلَـهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ، وَلاَ نَعْبُدُ إِلاَّ إِيَّاهُ، لَهُ النِّعْمَةُ وَلَهُ الْفَضْلُ وَلَهُ الثَّنَاءُ الْحَسَنُ، لاَ إِلَـهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ مُخْلِصِيْنَ لَهُ الدِّيْنَ وَلَوْ كَرِهَ الْكَافِرُوْنَ

Maksudnya:  “Tiada tuhan selain ALLAH Yang Maha Esa, tiada sekutu bagiNYA.  MilikNYA segala kerajaan dan milikNYA segala pujian.  Dan DIA berkuasa ke atas segala sesuatu.  Tiada daya dan tiada kekuatan kecuali dengan kehendak ALLAH.  Dan tidaklah kami mengabdikan diri kami melainkan hanya kepadaNYA.  MilikNYA segala nikmat, milikNYA segala kelebihan dan milikNYA segala pujian yang baik.  Tiada tuhan selain ALLAH, dalam keadaan ikhlas beribadah kepadaNYA, walau dibenci oleh orang-orang kafir.”

(HR Muslim)

(3)

لاَ إِلَـهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيْكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الْحَمْدُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَيْءٍ قَدِيْرُ، اَللَّهُمَّ لاَ مَانِعَ لِمَا أَعْطَيْتَ، وَلاَ مُعْطِيَ لِمَا مَنَعْتَ، وَلاَ يَنْفَعُ ذَا الْجَدِّ مِنْكَ الْجَدُّ

Maksudnya:  Tiada tuhan selain ALLAH Yang Maha Esa, tiada sekutu bagiNYA.  MilikNYA segala kerajaan dan milikNYA segala pujian.  Dan DIA berkuasa ke atas segala sesuatu.  Ya ALLAH, tiada yang dapat menghalang apa yang ENGKAU telah berikan.  Dan tiada yang dapat memberikan apa yang ENGKAU telah halang.  Dan tidak bermanfaat orang yang mempunyai kelebihan, dariMU lah segala kelebihan.”

(HR al-Bukhari & Muslim)

(4)  Tasbih, tahmid dan takbir sebanyak 33 kali:

سُبْحَانَ اللهِ وَالْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ وَاللهُ أَكْبَرُ

Maksudnya:  “Maha Suci ALLAH, Segala Pujian Milik ALLAH, ALLAH Maha Besar”

Kemudian baca ucapan berikut bagi mencukupkan yang ke-100:

لاَ إِلَـهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيْكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الْحَمْدُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَيْءٍ قَدِيْر

Maksudnya:  Tiada tuhan selain ALLAH Yang Maha Esa, tiada sekutu bagiNYA.  MilikNYA segala kerajaan dan milikNYA segala pujian.  Dan DIA berkuasa ke atas segala sesuatu.”

(HR Muslim)

(5)  Baca Ayat Al-Kursi:

Maksudnya:  “ALLAH, tiada Tuhan (yang berhak disembah) melainkan DIA, Yang Tetap hidup, Yang Kekal selama-lamanya mentadbirkan (sekalian makhlukNYA).  Yang tidak mengantuk usahkan tidur.  Yang memiliki segala yang ada di langit dan yang ada di bumi.  Tiada sesiapa yang dapat memberi syafaat (pertolongan) di sisiNYA melainkan dengan izinNYA.  Yang mengetahui apa yang ada di hadapan mereka dan apa yang ada di belakang mereka, sedang mereka tidak mengetahui sesuatu pun dari (kandungan) ilmu ALLAH melainkan apa yang ALLAH kehendaki (memberitahu kepadanya).  Luasnya Kursi ALLAH (ilmuNYA dan kekuasaanNYA) meliputi langit dan bumi; dan tiadalah menjadi keberatan kepada ALLAH menjaga serta memelihara keduanya.  Dan DIA lah Yang Maha Tinggi (darjat kemuliaanNya), lagi Maha Besar (kekuasaanNya).”  (Surah al-Baqarah, 2:255)

(HR an-Nasa’i, disahihkan oleh al-Albani)

(6)  Baca surah Al-Ikhlas, Al-Falaq & Al-Nas:

قُلْ هُوَ اللَّهُ أَحَدٌ.  اللَّهُ الصَّمَدُ.  لَمْ يَلِدْ وَلَمْ يُولَدْ.  وَلَمْ يَكُن لَّهُ كُفُوًا أَحَدٌ

Maksudnya:  “Katakanlah (wahai Muhammad): “(Tuhanku) ialah Allah Yang Maha Esa;  “Allah Yang menjadi tumpuan sekalian makhluk untuk memohon sebarang hajat;  “Ia tiada beranak, dan Ia pula tidak diperanakkan;  “Dan tidak ada sesiapapun yang serupa denganNya”.  (Surah al-Ikhlas, 112:1-4)

قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ الْفَلَقِ.  مِن شَرِّ مَا خَلَقَ.  وَمِن شَرِّ غَاسِقٍ إِذَا وَقَبَ.  وَمِن شَرِّ النَّفَّاثَاتِ فِي الْعُقَدِ.  وَمِن شَرِّ حَاسِدٍ إِذَا حَسَدَ

Maksudnya:  “Katakanlah (wahai Muhammad); “Aku berlindung kepada (Allah) Tuhan yang menciptakan sekalian makhluk,  Dari bencana makhluk-makhluk yang Ia ciptakan;  Dan dari bahaya gelap apabila ia masuk;  Dan dari kejahatan makhluk-makhluk yang menghembus-hembus pada simpulan-simpulan (dan ikatan-ikatan);   Dan dari kejahatan orang yang dengki apabila ia melakukan dengkinya.“  (Surah al-Falaq, 113:  1-5)

قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ النَّاسِ.  مَلِكِ النَّاسِ.  إِلَٰهِ النَّاسِ.  مِن شَرِّ الْوَسْوَاسِ الْخَنَّاسِ.  الَّذِي يُوَسْوِسُ فِي صُدُورِ النَّاسِ.  مِنَ الْجِنَّةِ وَالنَّاسِ

Maksudnya:  “Katakanlah (wahai Muhammad): “Aku berlindung kepada (Allah) Pemulihara sekalian manusia.  Yang Menguasai sekalian manusia,  Tuhan yang berhak disembah oleh sekalian manusia,  Dari kejahatan pembisik penghasut yang timbul tenggelam, –  Yang melemparkan bisikan dan hasutannya ke dalam hati manusia, –  (Iaitu pembisik dan penghasut) dari kalangan jin dan manusia.”  (Surah an-Nas, 114: 1-6)

(HR Abu Daud, disahihkan oleh al-Albani)

(7)  Dibaca doa berikut selepas solat fardhu Subuh:

اَللَّهُمَّ إِنِّيْ أَسْأَلُكَ عِلْمًا نَافِعًا، وَرِزْقًا طَيِّبًا، وَعَمَلاً مُتَقَبَّلاً

Maksudnya:  “Ya ALLAH, sesungguhnya aku memohon dariMU akan ilmu yang bermanfaat, rezeki yang baik dan amalan-amalan yang diterima.”

(HR Ibnu Majah, disahihkan oleh al-Albani)

(8)  Dibaca bacaan berikut sebanyak 10 kali selepas solat fardhu Maghrib dan Subuh:

لاَ إِلَـهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيْكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الْحَمْدُ يُحْيِيْ وَيُمِيْتُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَيْءٍ قَدِيْرُ

Maksudnya:  Tiada tuhan selain ALLAH Yang Maha Esa, tiada sekutu bagiNYA.  MilikNYA segala kerajaan dan milikNYA segala pujian.  Dan DIA berkuasa ke atas segala sesuatu.

(HR at-Tirmidzi, disahihkan oleh al-Albani)

(9)  Baca dua ayat terakhir dari surah Al-Baqarah selepas solat fardhu Maghrib:

Maksudnya: “Rasulullah telah beriman kepada apa yang diturunkan kepadanya dari Tuhannya, dan juga orang-orang yang beriman; semuanya beriman kepada ALLAH, dan Malaikat-malaikatNYA, dan Kitab-kitabNYA, dan Rasul-rasulNYA. (Mereka berkata): “Kami tidak membezakan antara seorang dengan yang lain Rasul-rasulnya”. Mereka berkata lagi: Kami dengar dan kami taat (kami pohonkan) keampunanMu wahai Tuhan kami, dan kepadaMu jualah tempat kembali”. “  (Surah al-Baqarah, 2:285)

Maksudnya:  “ALLAH tidak memberati seseorang melainkan apa yang terdaya olehnya. Ia mendapat pahala kebaikan yang diusahakannya, dan ia juga menanggung dosa kejahatan yang diusahakannya. (Mereka berdoa dengan berkata): “Wahai Tuhan kami! Janganlah ENGKAU mengirakan kami salah jika kami lupa atau kami tersalah. Wahai Tuhan kami ! Janganlah ENGKAU bebankan kepada kami bebanan yang berat sebagaimana yang telah ENGKAU bebankan kepada orang-orang yang terdahulu daripada kami. Wahai Tuhan kami! Janganlah ENGKAU pikulkan kepada kami apa yang kami tidak terdaya memikulnya. Dan maafkanlah kesalahan kami, serta ampunkanlah dosa kami, dan berilah rahmat kepada kami. ENGKAUlah Penolong kami; oleh itu, tolonglah kami untuk mencapai kemenangan terhadap kaum-kaum yang kafir.”  (Surah al-Baqarah, 2:286)

(HR al-Bukhari & Muslim)

Semoga dapat sama-sama kita amalkan dan kongsikan dengan yang lain-lain, in shaa’ ALLAH.

Zikir Panjang (Asar, Maghrib dan Subuh)

 

 

Istighfar

 

 

أَسْتَغفِرُ اللهَ الْعَظِيمَ (3 كالي)

أَسْتَغفِرُ اللهَ الْعَظِيمَ الَّذِي لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْقَيـُّومُ وَأَتُوبُ إِلَيهِ

 

 

لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الحَمْدُ يُحْيِي وَيُمِيتُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَئٍ قَدِيرٌ. (10 كالي)

 

 

اَللَّهُمَّ أَجِرْنَا مِنَ النَّارِ(7 كالي)

 

 

اَللَّهُمَّ أَنْتَ السَّلاَمُ وَمِنْكَ السَّلاَمُ وَإِلَيْكَ يَعُودُ السَّلاَمُ فَحَيِّنَا رَبَّنَا بِالسَّلاَمِ وَأَدْخِلْنَا الجَنَّةَ دَارَ السَّلاَمِ تَبَارَكْتَ رَبَّنَا وَتَعَالَيْتَ يَا ذَاالْجَلالِ وَالاِكْرَامِ.

 

 

al-Fatihah

 

أَعُوذُ بِاللهِ مِنَ الشَّيْطَانِ الرَّجِيمِ

 

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ (1)

الْحَمْدُ لِلهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ (2) الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ (3) مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ (4) إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ (5) اهْدِنَا الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِيمَ (6) صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيْهِمْ غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلَا الضَّالِّينَ (7)

 (Al-Fatiha 001-007)

 

 

وَإِلَـٰهُكُمْ إِلَـٰهٌ وَاحِدٌ لَّآ إِلَـٰهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ الرَّحْمَـٰنُ الرَّحِيمُ (163)

 

(Al-Baqarah 163)

 

 

اللهُ لَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْقَيُّومُ لَا تَأْخُذُهُ سِنَةٌ وَلَا نَوْمٌ لَهُ مَا فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَمَا فِي الْأَرْضِ مَنْ ذَا الَّذِي يَشْفَعُ عِنْدَهُ إِلَّا بِإِذْنِهِ يَعْلَمُ مَا بَيْنَ أَيْدِيهِمْ وَمَا خَلْفَهُمْ وَلَا يُحِيطُونَ بِشَيْءٍ مِنْ عِلْمِهِ إِلَّا بِمَا شَاءَ وَسِعَ كُرْسِيُّهُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضَ وَلَا يَئُودُهُ حِفْظُهُمَا وَهُوَ الْعَلِيُّ الْعَظِيمُ (255)

(Al-Baqarah 255)

 

 

آَمَنَ الرَّسُولُ بِمَا أُنْزِلَ إِلَيْهِ مِنْ رَبِّهِ وَالْمُؤْمِنُونَ كُلٌّ آَمَنَ بِاللهِ وَمَلَائِكَتِهِ وَكُتُبِهِ وَرُسُلِهِ لَا نُفَرِّقُ بَيْنَ أَحَدٍ مِنْ رُسُلِهِ وَقَالُوا سَمِعْنَا وَأَطَعْنَا غُفْرَانَكَ رَبَّنَا وَإِلَيْكَ الْمَصِيرُ (285) لَا يُكَلِّفُ اللهُ نَفْسًا إِلَّا وُسْعَهَا لَهَا مَا كَسَبَتْ وَعَلَيْهَا مَا اكْتَسَبَتْ رَبَّنَا لَا تُؤَاخِذْنَا إِنْ نَسِينَا أَوْ أَخْطَأْنَا رَبَّنَا وَلَا تَحْمِلْ عَلَيْنَا إِصْرًا كَمَا حَمَلْتَهُ عَلَى الَّذِينَ مِنْ قَبْلِنَا رَبَّنَا وَلَا تُحَمِّلْنَا مَا لَا طَاقَةَ لَنَا بِهِ وَاعْفُ عَنَّا وَاغْفِرْ لَنَا وَارْحَمْنَا أَنْتَ مَوْلَانَا فَانْصُرْنَا عَلَى الْقَوْمِ الْكَافِرِينَ (286)

(Al-Baqarah 284-286)

 

 

شَهِدَ اللهُ أَنَّهُ لَآ إِلَـٰهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ وَالمَلَـٰـئِكَةُ وَأُوْلُوا العِلْمِ قَآئِمًا بِالقِسْطِ لَآ إِلَـٰهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ العَزِيزُ الحَكِيمُ (18) إِنَّ الدِّينَ عِنْدَ اللهِ الإِسْلَـٰمُ

(Al-i-'Imran 018-019)

 

 

قُلِ اللَّهُمَّ مَـٰـلِكَ المُلْكِ تُؤْتِى المُلْكَ مَن تَشَآءُ وَتَنْزِعُ المُلْكَ مِمَّن تَشَآءُ وَتُعِزُّ مَن تَشَآءُ وَتُذِلُّ مَن تَشَآءُ بِيَدِكَ الخَيْرُ إِنَّكَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَىْءٍ قَدِيرٌ (26) تُولِجُ الَّيْلَ فِى النَّهَارِ وَتُولِجُ النَّهَارَ فِى الَّيْلِ وَتُخْرِجُ الحَيَّ مِنَ المَيِّتِ وَتُخْرِجُ المَيِّتَ مِنَ الحَيِّ وَتَرْزُقُ مَن تَشَآءُ بِغَيْرِ حِسَابٍ (27)

(Al-i-'Imran 026-027)

 

 

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ

قُلْ هُوَ اللهُ أَحَدٌ (1) اللهُ الصَّمَدُ (2) لَمْ يَلِدْ وَلَمْ يُولَدْ (3) وَلَمْ يَكُنْ لَهُ كُفُوًا أَحَدٌ (4)

 (Al-Ikhlas 001-004)

 

 

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ

قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ الْفَلَقِ (1) مِنْ شَرِّ مَا خَلَقَ (2) وَمِنْ شَرِّ غَاسِقٍ إِذَا وَقَبَ (3) وَمِنْ شَرِّ النَّفَّاثَاتِ فِي الْعُقَدِ (4) وَمِنْ شَرِّ حَاسِدٍ إِذَا حَسَدَ (5)

 (Al-Falaq 001-005)

 

 

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ

قُلْ أَعُوذُ بِرَبِّ النَّاسِ (1) مَلِكِ النَّاسِ (2) إِلَهِ النَّاسِ (3) مِنْ شَرِّ الْوَسْوَاسِ الْخَنَّاسِ (4) الَّذِي يُوَسْوِسُ فِي صُدُورِ النَّاسِ (5) مِنَ الْجِنَّةِ وَالنَّاسِ (6)

 (An-Nas 001-006)

 

 

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ (1)

الْحَمْدُ لِلهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ (2) الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ (3) مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ (4) إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ (5) اهْدِنَا الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِيمَ (6) صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيْهِمْ غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلَا الضَّالِّينَ (7)

 (Al-Fatiha 001-007)

 

 

اِلَـٰهَنَا رَبَّنَا سُبْحَانَ اللهِ

سُبْحَانَ اللهِ(33 كالي)

 

 

سُبْحَانَ اللهِ وَبِحَمْدِهِ دَائِمًا أَبَدًا الحَمْدُ لِلهِ

الحَمْدُ لِلهِ(33 كالي)

 

 

الحَمْدُ لِلهِ رَبِّ العَالَمِينَ عَلَى كُلِّ حَالٍ وَنِعْمَةٍ اللهُ أَكْبَرُ

اللهُ أَكْبَرُ(33 كالي)

 

 

اللهُ أَكْبَرُ كَبِيرًا، وَالحَمْدُ لِلهَ كَثِيرًا، وَسُبْحَانَ اللهِ بُكْرَةً وَأَصِيلاً، لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيكَ لَهُ، لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الحَمْدُ يُحْيِي وَيُمِيتُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَئٍ قَدِيرٌ، وَلاَ حَوْلَ وَلاَ قُوَّةَ إِلاَّ بِاللهِ الْعَلِىِّ الْعَظِيمِ.

 

 

اللَّهُمَّ لاَ مَانِعَ لِمَا أعْطَيْتَ، وَلاَ مُعْطِيَ لِمَا مَنَعْتَ، وَلاَ رَادَّ لِمَا قَضَيْتَ، وَلاَ يَنْفَعُ ذَا الجَدِّ مِنْكَ الجَدُّ‏.

 

 

اَللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ عَلَى سَيِّدِنَا مُحَمَّدٍ عَبْدِكَ وَرَسُولِكَ النَّبِيِّ الأُمِّيِّ وَعَلَى آلِهِ وَصَحْبِهِ وَسَلِّمْ عَدَدَ مَعْلُومَاتِكَ وَمِدَادَ كَلِمَاتِكَ كُلَّمَا ذَكَرَكَ الذَّاكِرُونَ وَغَفَلَ عَنْ ذِكْرِكَ الغَافِلُونَ.

 

 

وَسَلِّمْ رَضِىَ اللهُ تَبَارَكَ وَتَعَالَى عَنْ سَادَاتِـنَا أَصْحَابِ رَسُولِ اللهِ أَجْمَعِينَ، وَحَسْبُنَا اللهُ وَنِعْمَ الوَكِيلُ، وَلاَ حَوْلَ وَلاَ قُوَّةَ إِلاَّ بِاللهِ العَلِيِّ العَظِيمِ.  

 

 

أَسْتَغفِرُ اللهَ (3 كالي) أَسْتَغفِرُ اللهَ الْعَظِيمَ

 

 

يَا لَطِيفُ يَا كَافِي     يَا حَفِيظُ يَا شَافِي

يَا لَطِيفُ يَا كَافِي     يَا حَفِيظُ يَا شَافِي

يَا لَطِيفُ يَا وَافِي     يَا كَرِيمُ أَنْتَ الله

 

 

لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ (10 كالي) لاَ اِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللهُ مُحَمَّدٌ رَسُولُ اللهِ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ كَلِمَةُ حَقٍّ عَلَيْهَا نَحْيَ وَعَلَيْهَا نَمُوتُ وَعَلَيْهَا نُبْعَثُ إِنْ شَاءَ اللهُ تَعَالَى بِرَحْمَةِ اللهِ وَكَرَمِهِ مِنَ الآمِنِينَ.

 

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