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A Compendium of the talks of:

Rady Allāhu ‘Anhu

Compiled by his grandson:

As-Sayyid Muhammad bin Mustafā Bū Numay
Rahmatullāhi ‘alayh

Translated from the Arabic by:

Siddiq Osman Noormuhammad



Dars 1: Good News for the servants of Allah

Dars 2: What Happens in Paradise

Dars 3: The Noble Character of the Servants of Allah

Dars 4: The Paths That Lead To Allah

Dars 5: Bearing Witness: None is to be Worshipped but Allah

Dars 6: The High Position of the Sufis

Dars 7: The Spiritual Progress of a Human Being

Dars 8: Everything is controlled by Allah

Dars 9: The Prophet is closer to the believers than their own selves

Dars 10: Love for Allah and Prophet Muhammad

Dars 11: The Virtues of Laylatul Qadr

Dars 12: The Angels Record All The Deeds

Dars 13: Hope in the Mercy of Allah

Dars 14: How to invite people to Islam

Dars 15: The Explanation of Surah An-Naas The Last Chapter Of The Quran

Dars 16: Tazkiyat An-Nafs: Self Purification

Dars 17: The Blessed Birth of our Beloved Holy Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu 'alayhi wa Sallam)

Dars 18: Muslims, non-Muslims, Hypocrites and the Spiritual Elite

Dars 19: Allah Says: A Good Word is Like A Good Tree

Dars 20: Draw near to Allah with the Faraid and the Nawafil

Dars 21: The Ninety-Nine Most Beautiful Names Of Allah

Dars 22: Break Your Fast With Dates

Dars 23: Companionship of Arifin (Spiritual Masters)

Dars 24: The Day of Pre-destination

Dars 25: Everyone is Answerable

Dars 26:Teach the Child to Pray Salah at the age of Seven

Dars 27:The Trials of Dajjal (The Imposter)

Dars 28: Respect the Awliya Allah (Friends of Allah)

Dars 29: The Miracles of the Awliya’ Allah

Dars 30: Turn to Allah in obedience

Dars 31: Preceding time periods are better than the ones that follow

Dars 32: Hadith: Faith has more than sixty branches

Dars 33: The Blessing In The Food

Dars 34: Persist in your good deed even if it is little

Dars 35: Good Traditions and Bad Innovations

Dars 36: The Meaning of Du‘a al-Qunut

Dars 37: Be calm whether in ease or in difficulty

Dars 38: Pray Salah with presence of mind and understanding

Dars 39: Obey Allah whether in affluence or in poverty

Dars 40: Ihya 'Ulum I'd-Deen of Imam Al-Ghazali
(Rahmatullahi ‘alayh)

Dars 41: Gatherings Of Hadith Recitation With The Fragrance Of Bakhur

Dars 42:The benefits of audition:Listening to Qasaid

Dars 43:Exert against the base lower self to achieve spiritual excellence

Dars 44: The Prophets('Alayhimussalam) and the Martyrs are alive

Dars 45: Thank Allah for all His Favours

Dars 46: In Praise of Sabil-il-Iddikar (The Lives of Man) of Imam al-Haddad (Rady Allahu ‘Anhu)

Dars 47: The Wisdom Behind Sayyidina Nabi Adam (‘Alayhissalam) coming to earth

Dars 48: Build up the Balance of Good Deeds

Dars 49: Spiritual States and Spiritual Stations

Dars 50: Worshipping Allah in Laylatul-Qadr

Dars 51: The search for knowledge by the sahaba (Rady Allahu'Anhum)

Dars 52: Strive to achieve everlasting bliss

Dars 53: The noble habits of the sufi masters

Dars 54: The continuous chain of authorities linking the Ba'alawi Saadaat to the Prophet (Sallallahu 'alayhi wa Sallam)

Dars 55: The exalted position of the Imams of Madh-hab

Dars 56: Follow the spiritual path of the Pious Predecessors

Dars 57: Qasida al-Burda is Universally Popular

Dars 58: Al-Habib ‘Umar ibn Abd-ar-Rahman al-‘Attas is the Shaykh of al-Habib ‘Abdallah ibn ‘Alawi al-Haddad (Rady Allahu ‘Anhuma)

Dars 59: The Blessed Gathering of Ihda ‘Ashariyyah

Dars 60: The Wisdom in the Arrangement of the Chapters of the Qur’an

Dars 61: Recitation of the Qur’an is a meritorious good deed

Dars 62: How the angels and the jinn talk to human beings

Dars 63: Recite Ratib al-‘Attas and Ratib al-Haddad everyday

Dars 64: Angels appear before the pious to inspire and inform them

First dars on page 91: The qasaaid recommended by al-Habib for regular recitation

DARS (on Page 91): The Hidden Knowledge of Ash-Shaykh Abu Bakr Bin Salim

DARS (on Page 92): ALLAH Created the Amazing Tongue

DARS (On Page 129): Zikr, Istighfar and Salat ALA’N-NABI

DARS (On page 132): The Hawl(Anniversary Celebration) of IMAM AL-HADDAD in Dar-es-salam, Tanzania, in 1410 A.H.

Second dars on page 138: Ta‘alluq (attachment), takhalluq (acquiring good character) and tahaqquq (realizing the truth of spiritual realities)

(First Dars on Page 142): Al-Habib’s love for Tafsir an-Nasafi

(Second Dars on Page 142): Al-Habib threw away his watch

(Third Dars on Page 142): A narration by al-Habib’s grandson, as-Sayyid Muhammad bin Mustafa Abu Numay

(Fourth Dars on Page 142): Al-Habib fondly remembered his shaykh

Dars (on Page 143): Al-Habib’s grandfather loved the poor

Dars (on Page 144): Al-Habib’s grandfather advised his son when he was going to India to set up business, to do the work of Islamic da‘wa as well

Dars (on Page 146): People with perfect yaqin (certitude)

Dars (on Page 148): The authorization of al-Habib to recite “Yaa Latif” and “Yaa Hafiz”

Dars (on Page 156): Our knowledge is as much as what a bird gets when it
pecks from the sea

First dars on page 158: Allah authorizes the qutb (spiritual pillar) with some special powers

Dars (on Page 158):
Allah loves His servant who persists in asking from Him

(First Dars on Page 161): The Importance of Takbirat u’l-Ihram

(Second Dars on Page 161): Follow the path (tariqa) of those who preceded to become their companions in Paradise

Dars (on Page 170): Strengthen Yaqin (Certitude) through the Qur’an, Ahadith and the Sayings of the Pious Predecessors

Dars on page 180: Why people wish to obtain the prayer cap of a WaliyyAllah (Friend of Allah).

Dars on page 189: The tawassul (mediation) of Ahl Tarim (Folk of Tarim).

First Dars on page 191: Advice about the ziyara (visit) to al-Habib Swaleh Jamalillayl (N) in Lamu.

Second Dars on page 191: Al-Habib’s father (N) reached the spiritual rank of nujaba’.

Third Dars on page 191: Al-Habib (N) removed a jinn from someone in Uganda.

Fourth Dars on page 191: Al-Habib (N) saw his brother Muhammad bin Taha al-Haddad (R), who passed ahead in Java, recite the Ratib al-Haddad with them.

Dars on page 194: Glad tidings were received that al-Habib (N) shall be virtuous like his grandfather.

First Dars on page 195: It was predicted that al-Habib (N) was destined for great heights while he was yet a student in Qaydun, Hadramaut.

Second Dars on page 195: Al-Habib (N) always recited surah al-Fatiha exactly as his shaykh al-Habib Ahmad bin Hasan al-Attas (N) recited it.

Third Dars on page 195: Al-Habib’s shaykh al-Habib Ahmad bin Hasan al-Attas (N) came to al-Habib (N) from Barzakh (the Intermediate Realm) to give him a gift.

First Dars on page 196:The studies of al-Habib at the Ribat (hospice / academy) in Qaydun,
Hadhramaut and his daily routine

First Dars on page 197: Al-Habib appeared to ash-Shaykh Zaini , Sahib Makkah, as al-Habib
al-Imam ‘Abdallah bin ‘Alawi al-Haddad

Second Dars on page 197: Al-Habib came to Kenya from Hadhramaut only when instructed by
Allah’s Most Beloved, Prophet Muhammad al-Mustafa

Third Dars on page 197: The Beloved Prophet came to Shaykh ‘Abbas Jahadhmy in a dream to
advise him not to stay too long at night with al-Habib so that he could have more time for himself and his family

Dars on page 198: Al-Habib received spiritual help from his ancestors