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    Letter to a Muslim Student Going to Study in the West

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    Letter to a Muslim Student Going to Study in the West

    مُساهمة من طرف MaTriX في الجمعة أبريل 15, 2011 8:19 am

    Letter to a Muslim Student

    Sayyed Hassan Al Banna

    [Hassan
    al Banna was born in 1906 in Egypt into a family of scholars. In 1928,
    he formed Ikhwan al Muslimeen (the Muslim Brotherhood organization).
    This movement for the revival of Islam soon spread across Egypt and the
    region. In December 1948, the Muslim Brotherhood organization was
    suppressed and thousands of its members arrested. Hassan al Banna was
    spared arrest only to be assassinated in February 1949.

    Letter to
    a Muslim Student is the English translation of a letter that Hassan al
    Banna wrote to one of his students that was studying in the West. The
    sincere advice contained in this letter is drawn from the perennial
    values and ethos of Islam. It reminds the addressee and indeed all
    Muslims that the first and foremost goal in a Muslims life is to please
    God and live in accordance to His sacred law. Also, it brings home that
    studying ought not to be an end in itself or for seeking material gain. A
    Muslim ought to excel in his or her study in order to work for Islam
    and benefit humanity.]



    My brother in Islam (who may
    Allah guard and protect). I praise Allah for there is no god but Him.
    May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon Muhammad, who was sent as a
    mercy to all of humanity, upon his family, companions and on all those
    who hold to the Shariah until the Day of Judgement.

    May
    the peace and blessings of Allah be upon you when you travel with a
    proper intention and a noble purpose, and when you return with a sound
    endeavor and to a dedicated cause.

    May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon you as you serve Islam with the finest fruits of science and the best of knowledge.

    Dearest
    brother, you will be amongst people you have not known before and
    characters you are not accustomed to. In you they will see the example
    of a Muslim. So make sure they see in you the best example and the
    finest image, in order for them to understand that the word 'Muslim'
    embodies virtue and nobility.

    With you is a precious trust, that
    is your righteous wife, appreciate this. Towards her be a trustworthy
    companion. Provide her with comfort and happiness. Share with her
    felicity, without being careless in acquiring your rights and negligent
    in performing your duties.

    Read these few words that are borne
    out of my love and sincerity for you, as an elder brother expressing for
    his brother and sister the best wishes and the happiest life.


    1. O my brother, excel in your observance of Allah (swt) in all your
    dealings. Understand that He (swt) keeps watch over you, sees you and
    encompasses all that is of concern to you - wherever you are. He knows
    the treachery of your eyes and all that your heart conceals. Strive not
    to let Allah (swt) see you, except that He is pleased with you.


    Do not be unmindful in your observance of the One (glorified and
    exalted is He), otherwise Satan will infiltrate you and you will be
    overcome by the whispers of your whims and desires. Believe, my dearest
    brother, that whenever a heart is conscious of Allah's observance, it
    will never be approached by Satan. However, once it departs from Allah's
    awareness, evil will be attracted to it and it will be inhabited by
    whims and desires. So, consolidate your heart with the observance of
    Allah and in vigil seek refuge from your surroundings and do not be
    among the unmindful.
    2. Perform the obligatory duties which Allah
    has enjoined upon you, at their appointed times. Do not neglect them by
    relying on performing them at a later time, because you are busy with
    work or resorting to other excuses for justification. This is a
    deception of your own self and of your own whims:
    And follow not desire that it beguile you from the way of Allah (Sad 38: 26).

    Understand also my dearest brother that no one draws nearer to
    Allah with anything more beloved to Him than performing the obligatory
    duties as stated in the hadith of al-Bukhari. So be aware not to neglect
    your obligatory duties or feel lazy in performing them; they are
    Allah's right over you. Be steadfast in prayer and perfect your .

    If you are in a state of complete inability to , then according to the saying of Allah (swt) you have a remission: ... For those who are capable of fasting (but still do not )
    there is a redemption: feeding a needy man for each day missed.
    Whoever, voluntarily, does more good than is required, will find it is
    better for him; and that you should is better for you, if you only know (al-Baqara 2: 184). But be aware not to take this verse as an excuse for falling short.

    Fasting with hardship in the homeland of the West will earn you a
    valuable reward and be an asset to your account; it is pleasing to your
    Lord and righteous to yourself. So do not attempt to break the ,
    unless you are unable to complete it. I need not advise you, any
    further, towards your obligatory duties, after all they are your
    capital. Can you imagine one who has wasted his capital, what will his
    state be amongst tomorrow's profit makers?
    3. Spend whatever time
    you can in performing supererogatory works as duties of obedience.
    Perform the sunna prayers. Increase your appeal for forgiveness and the
    praising of your Glorified Lord. Remember, that ones supplication,
    during travel or in expatriation, will be answered; hence, increase your
    supplication in secret and in humility. Continue your remembrance of
    Allah (swt).

    The Prophet (saw) advised Ali (ra) to
    continuously dampen his tongue in the remembrance of Allah. Do not
    abandon that path which leads you to nothing but duties and obedience,
    they are like an investment that multiply rewards. The remembrance of
    Allah amongst the unmindful nations is like a shining light. So make use
    of this time, for it is a season to harvest the rewards of the
    Hereafter, only for those who wish to seize the opportunities and
    benefit from such seasons.
    4. Increase your recitation of the
    Glorious Quran with understanding and deliberation. It is a healing for
    the soul and a comfort to the heart. Designate from it a portion to read
    at the beginning of the day and a portion to read at the end of it,
    hence the best beginning and the best end.
    5. In the delights of
    life and pleasures of the world, you will see that which inclines the
    heart, impresses the mind, attracts the eye and bewilders those whose
    spirits are weak. Do not let these seduce you away from virtue and cause
    you to forget the Hereafter:
    Do not turn your eyes covetously
    towards the embellishments of worldly life that We have bestowed upon
    various kinds of people to test them. But the clean provision bestowed
    upon you by your Lord is better and more enduring. Enjoin Prayer on your
    household, and do keep observing it. We do not ask you for any worldly
    provision; rather, it is We Who provide you. The ultimate end is for
    piety (Ta Ha 20: 131-2).

    Be aware my dearest brother that
    in the sight of Allah (swt) all these pleasures weigh not even the wing
    of a gnat and lead neither to honor nor virtue. They are nothing but the
    manifestations of whims and pitfalls of seduction. So be careful not to
    let Satan deceive you, otherwise you will plunge into the abyss of sin
    and corruption.

    Always remember the words of Allah (swt):
    Men are naturally tempted by the lure of women, children, treasures of
    gold and silver, horses of mark, cattle and plantations. These are the
    enjoyments in the life of this world; but with Allah lies a goodly abode
    to return to (Al Imran 3:14). The Book of Allah recites these facts day
    and night. So do not be amongst those who favor the worldly life over
    the Hereafter, or amongst those deceived by the outward appearance of
    things without considering their essence.

    All pleasures
    brought by contemporary civilization will result in nothing other than
    pain. A pain that will overwhelm their enticement and remove their
    sweetness. So avoid the worldly aspects of these people; do not let it
    take over your command and deceive you, if you are to be among the
    successors.
    6. Dearest brother, what Allah has made Haram
    (unlawful) for us, those people consider it as Halal (lawful) for them.
    Hence, when they commit a Haram (unlawful) act, they will neither feel
    ashamed nor will they refrain from perpetrating it. You should neither
    agree with their whims nor mix with them in their sins. Otherwise, you
    will not be relieved from having to answer before Allah (swt) and it
    will not hold as an excuse on the Day of Judgment.
    7. Do not take
    their girls for company, and do not let there develop between you and
    them, any special friendship or any emotional relationship. If this kind
    of socializing is a sin for those other than you, then it is a sin
    twice as great for you and you know well the meaning of this. Although
    you are known to us to be one that is trustworthy and decent, I have
    mentioned this to you, to caution you against the downfalls of sins so
    that your feet may never slip. And in your chastity let there be content
    and in your dignity let there be adequacy.
    8. As for alcohol, do
    not approach it and do not use the climate as an excuse, because when
    Allah made it Haram (unlawful), He had full knowledge about all types of
    climate but did not exclude one country from another or one nation from
    another from this prohibition. Allah (swt) made it forbidden with
    neither doubt nor exception. So be aware not to let it occupy a part of
    your abdomen, otherwise it will remain as a black spot on its pure skin.

    Be determined as much as possible before the first drink. Because
    once your mind is concealed by it, you will follow it by the second and
    third drink, whereby you will have fallen into a pit, difficult to
    escape from and will have incriminated yourself and others. then, even
    if you expiated this sin with repentance, you would still not match your
    original purity and superb credibility.
    9. Do not taste anything
    in those restaurants which serve Haram (unlawful) food, like pork and
    dead meat. In that which is Halal (lawful) you have a substitute and
    enough for contentment. So do not taste the Haram (unlawful) and do not
    let your flesh grow on it, otherwise fire is what it deserves. Allah
    (swt) has prohibited that which is impure: . . .
    10. He enjoins
    upon them what is good and forbids them what is evil... (al-Araf 7:
    157). So leave that which is bad for that which is good. As for casinos,
    night-clubs, and other such places of vanity, your time is far too
    precious to be wasted in them. I have looked into the saying, time is
    made of gold, and I do not approve of it. Time is far more precious than
    gold, for time is life. Is it not true that your life is nothing but a
    few hours and you never know when they will end? Dearest brother, be
    stringent with your time and do not spend it except in that which is
    significant, and acquire pleasure in that which is lawful.


    In the heavens there is calmness and on the earth there is beauty. In
    the gardens there is freshness and in you there is a sign. In the sea
    there is might and in the air there is nourishment. Take from all this
    comfort for your soul and recovery for your mind. And do not waste your
    time by being unmindful, this will shield you from good and lead you to
    evil.
    11. Be critical, with insight, and be just and well
    acquainted with people. Do not let your goodness draw you to forget
    their bad, and their bad hurt you to forget their goodness. Rather study
    them as would a researcher and an examiner. Encompass with knowledge
    all of their affairs, and then with an eye of insight, scrutinize it
    all. Present back the good that you find to your people and nation, and
    return with it victorious and supported. Other than that, throw it back
    on them and do not come back until you have dusted off your hands and
    emptied your mind of it all.

    You will find there a group of
    people dishonoring your Prophet (saw), faulting your Quran and
    disgracing your people. Do not sit with such people, until they turn to a
    different theme, even if it is necessary for you to enter into a
    dialogue with them. Argue with them in the best manner. Explain to them
    the good that you know and avoid controversies that lead to hatred and
    sedition (fitnah).

    Lo! You (O Mohammed) guide not whom you love,
    but Allah guides whom he will. And He is best aware of those who walk
    aright (al-Qasas 28: 56).

    Dearest brother, be aware that calling
    the people through practical example is far better than calling them
    through speech. It is far more fruitful and beneficial to use your
    commendable character, the perfection of yourself and your straight
    manner to defend and call them to your religion and nation. Whenever an
    opportunity arises for you to deliver a speech or a lecture at one of
    their meeting places or societies, prepare yourself for it. Choose that
    which will not stir disorder and that which will not offend integrity.
    Do not be apprehended by their stance, because Allah's aid is with those
    who are sincere. Be positive and do not insult other people's beliefs
    instead, elucidate to them their innate goodness and reveal to them our
    beliefs. By doing so, you will have adequately promoted awareness and
    incentive.

    Finally, and there is still so much for me to say and I
    would have loved to continue this advice with you, yet my concern is
    that if I prolong this discourse any more, you may forget most of what I
    have said; for over speaking does distract one from what is being said.
    For both of you then, may Allah raise you to be the best of the
    successors and may His safety accompany you.

    May He protect both
    of you and return you in goodness, as is wishes by those who are
    sincere. I entrust to Allah your religion, your obligations and the
    outcome of your actions. May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon
    you. Ameen

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