[Thawaabit ‘Ala Darb Al Jihad] Constants In The Path Of Jihad


Imam Anwar al Awlaki
Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: 67 | Size: 1 MB

[Thawaabit ‘Ala Darb Al Jihad] Constants In The Path Of Jihad is one of the best contemporary books on the subject of Jihad. It was written by Shaykh Yusuf al ‘Uyayree. Shaykh Yusuf had left at an early age to fight in Afghanistan against the Russians. People who knew him described him as a very intelligent individual who was well-versed in all of the weaponry in all fields and was able to train with them very well. Later, he returned to the Arabian Peninsula where he continued serving the Mujahideen in Sheeshan and fundraised for them. As time passed, he was arrested and put in jail for a few years. In jail he memorized al Bukhari and Muslim. When he came out, he wrote a few books; each one of them is a masterpiece. One can see the depth of his textual references to Qur’an and Sunnah as well as references to present day occurrences. Imam Anwar al Awlaki brings this book back to life in his lecture series on the book.

Table of Contents:

Editors Preface 4

Introduction 11

I. First Constant:
Jihad will continue until the Day of Judgment 12
• Tarbiyyah before Jihad as a valid excuse? 13
• Some of the ‘Ulema during Salahuddin’s time 15
• A Muslims relationship with Ahlul Kitaab 15
• The Primary texts on Jihad until Day of Judgment 16

II. Second Constant: Jihad does not depend on an individual or individuals 20
• First proof 21
• Second proof 21
• The right and wrong understanding 24
• Victory and Loss comes purely from Allah 25
• Never judge according to the outcome 26
• Judging according to outcome brings kufr and despair 28

III. Third Constant: Jihad is not dependent on a particular land 31
• Jihad must be part of your life 32

IV. Fourth Constant: Jihad is not dependent on a battle 36
• Preparing ourselves 37

V. Fifth Constant: Victory is not limited to military victory 39
• First meaning of victory: victory against the 8 obstacles 40
• Second meaning of victory: defeat against shaytan 44
• Third meaning of victory: the Mujahid is guided 45
• Fourth meaning of victory: victory against the discouragers 45
• Fifth meaning of victory: staying steadfast on the path of Jihad 46
• Sixth meaning of victory: sacrificing ones wealth and self 47
• Seventh meaning of victory: victory of your idea 50
• Eighth meaning of victory: destruction of enemy through kiramaat 51
• Ninth meaning of victory: poverty for al Kuffar 52
• Tenth meaning of victory: Allah takes Shuhada 53
• Eleventh meaning of victory: victory on the battlefield 54
• Summary 55

VI. Sixth Constant: The definition of defeat 57
• First meaning of defeat: following the way of al Kuffar 58
• Second meaning of defeat: accepting al Kuffar’s Supremacy 59
• The difference between Mudahanaa and Mudaarah 61
• Third meaning of defeat: inclination towards al Kuffar 61
• Fourth meaning of defeat: obeying al Kuffar 62
• Fifth meaning of defeat: to loose hope 62
• Sixth meaning of defeat: giving up the banner of Jihad 63
• Seventh meaning of defeat: giving up hope on military victory 63
• Eighth meaning of defeat: fear of the enemy 63
• Summary 64
• The Taliban and Conclusion 64

Anwar Al-Awlaki

Imam Anwar Al-Awlaki was born in New Mexico, USA. He studied the Islamic sciences of Quran, hadith, and fiqh with scholars from Yemen. Imam Anwar served as an Imam in Denver, Colorado; San Diego, Callifornia; and Falls Church, Virginia. He is the author of the audio series on “The Lives of the Prophets”, “The Hereafter”, “The Life and Time of Abu Bakr”, “The Life and Time of Umar” , “The Messenger of Allah” along with other single lectures. Imam Anwar also holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University, and a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from San Diego State University. Currently he resides in Yemen.

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