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Mother of Evils
Mother of Evils
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Details:  Mother of all Evils, An alarming discourse describing rulings and harms of alcohol,
[A5] Paperback - 88 pages,
by Markazi Majlis-e-Shura.


Description An Alarming Discourse Describing the Rulings and Harms of Alcohol!

This is the first English translation of Buraiyon ki Maa, by Majlis-e-Tarajim (Dawate Islami).

Alcohol is considered haram (forbidden) due to it's destructive nature, not to mention it leads to all sorts of further sins. This important book gives a detailed discourse why alcohol is forbidden from the Islamic legal (shari'i) viewpoint using many authentic sources (ahadith) as well as parables and anecdotes.



Table of Contents

---Du’a (supplication) for reading the book,
---13 Intentions for reading this book in connection to thirteen letters of ‘Combating Wine’
------Two Madani pearls,
------Intentions.

Mother of Evils,
---Excellence of Salat-‘Alan-Nabi,
---Mother of all Evils,
---Was it alcohol or vinegar in the bottle?
---Fear of the beings,
---Gatherings of drinking,
---Open war against the commandments of Allah, subhamnahu wa ta'ala,
---One sin carries ten misdeeds,
---What is alcohol?
---The reason of the name ‘Khamr
---Ruling on alcohol,
---Ruling on the earnings from alcohol,
---Alcohol is aram whether it is less or more,
---Eight rulings regarding Khamr (alcohol),
---Ten proofs for the impermissibility of alcohol from ‘Allamah Shami,    
---When did alcohol become impermissible?
---Four verses from the Qur'an regarding alcohol,
---Wisdom in stepwise prohibition,
---The Liking of Milk by the Noble Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace,
---Alarming Madani pearls by A’laHadrat’s father, Mawlana Naqi ‘Ali Khan,
---The difference between ‘Sharab’ and ‘Sarab
---Implementation of prohibition,
---Conduct of the Companions of the Prophet, may Allah bless him & grant him peace,
---Difference between a Muslim and a non-Muslim,
---Harmful effects of drinking,
---Economic harms of alcohol,
---Medical harms of alcohol,
---Social harms of drinking,
---The alcoholic cannot recognise his family relations,
---Alcoholic and his household,
---Remain distant from alcoholics,
---Madani pearls from a prince of the Prophet, may Allah bless him & grant him peace,
---Alcohol and Satan,
---Satan of alcoholics,
---Alcohol and the intellect,
---Alcoholic performing Wudu with urine,
---The alcoholic’s never ending desire,
---The biggest sin of all,
---Blind alcoholic,
---Alcohol and death,
---Attempts to prohibit alcohol,
---The alcoholic and his faith,
---Five sayings of the Prophet, may Allah bless him & grant him peace, regarding an alcoholic,
---Fate of heedless alcoholics,
---Drinking alcohol as medicine,
---Deprivation from Iman due to alcohol,
---A foolish argument,
---Ten harms of alcoholism,
---Curse upon the alcoholic,
---Hatred for even a drop of alcohol,
---Punishment for drinking one sip of alcohol,
---The wrath of Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, upon the alcoholic,
---Alcoholic and his Salah,
---Fifteen causes for the decline of Muslims,
---Different forms of punishment,
---Punishment for the alcoholic,
---Punishment for an alcoholic in this world,
---The alcoholic’s punishment in the grave,
---Deceased woman slaps a shroud thief,
---Child ages' like the elderly,
---The neck of Hell,
---Five Punishments on the Day of Resurrection for the alcoholic,
------[1]. The appearance of the alcoholic on the Day of Judgment,
------[2]. Smelling fouler than a rotten corpse,
------[3]. Welcome with the iron hammers,
------[4]. Horrific view of an alcoholic’s torment,
------[5]. The alcoholic will rise from the grave...,
---Alcoholic and the heavenly wine,
---Alcoholic and the fragrance of Paradise,
---Repent as the Mercy of Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, is immense,
---Door of repentance,
---An alcoholic became a friend of Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala,
---Virtues of showing respect,
---An alcoholic was forgiven,
---Frightening graves,
---Fate of an alcoholic,
---Corpse resembling a pig,
---Nails of fire,
---Burnt in a blazing fire,
---Rewards of repenting in youthhood,
---An incident that reformed an alcoholic,
---Why are we confronting troubles?
---Blessings of Salah (Prayer),
---Terrifying fate of those who do not offer Salah,
---How an alcoholic became a preacher?
------The Story of Bishr al-Hafi,

---Glossary,
---Bibliography,
---Trasnliteration Chart.









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