Posts Tagged ‘sohbet’

Sheykh Abdul Kerim al-Kibrisi – Sohbet – 9th Juama al-Awwal 1431 – 04/23/10

April 30, 2010  |  Thoughts  |  40 Comments

Sheykh Abdul Kerim al-Kibrisi – 9th Juama al-Awwal 1431 – 04/23/10 from Yursil on Vimeo.

Sohbet from Sheykh Abdul Kerim – 1429 – 2008

April 20, 2010  |  Thoughts  |  2 Comments

Sheykh Abdul Kerim, two years ago, answered those who attack:

Sheykh Abdul Kerim – Sohbet 6/6/08 from Yursil on Vimeo.

Attacks from Michigan against Sheykh Abdul Kerim & Osmanli Dergah

April 16, 2010  |  Thoughts  |  166 Comments

Recently there have been some videos posted attacking Sheykh Abdul Kerim openly and the Osmanli Dergah from Michigan. They are claiming that Sheykh Abdul Kerim is opening a dergah in Cyprus next to Maulana and that this is an act of craziness.

What is craziness is to think that Sheykh Abdul Kerim Effendi would or could do anything (especially in Lefke) without Sheykh Maulana Nazim’s explicit order and direction. Maulana specifically wanted a Dergah to be opened and run according to Ottoman/Osmanli ways in Cyprus.

This is what he ordered Sheykh Abdul Kerim to do, and that is what he is doing.

This is a continuation of his 2008 message where Maulana ordered Sheykh Abdul Kerim to work in Maulana’s area. Available on video here.

They say Seyh Effendi isn’t praying at that dergah, but goes elsewhere. Of course he goes elsewhere.

People who have never been to Cyprus are being taken for fools. The dergah next to Maulana’s house is not visited by Maulana himself. In fact, countless times Maulana was the one praying in these masjids with Sheykh Abdul Kerim right next to him.

When was the last Jummah Khutba you heard from Sh Maulana?

Want some pictures of ‘not praying at the Dergah’?

P1030035 (by yursilnaqshi) mosque in Gemikonagi (by yursilnaqshi)

Now we know Maulana doesn’t come pray very often to the Dergah next to his own house, but Maulana visited the Osmanli Dergah in Lefke to open it himself.

Wouldn’t it be real craziness to think that Maulana would visit a place like this when it is against his wishes?

One can see Maulana openly praying in the dergah, blessing it.

http://www.yursil.com/blog/2010/03/sheykh-mevlana-new-dergah-cyprus/


See the pictures yourself.

Or do you think that Awliya are just tricking you (Hasha Astahgfirulllah)? This is a clear message that the dergah is opened by Sheykh Maulana. Then they are second guessing Sheykh Maulana by saying he is being ‘patient’ with people who are doing work all around him. This is a sign of a deep disease. In this pseudo reality world these people create, what Maulana does is actually the opposite of what he really wants. For them, he doesn’t really want a Dergah, he just opens it up for some twisted game!

It is said on this site: “THE PRESIDENT OF CYPRUS IS THERE, AND THEY HAVE HIJACKED AND PREVENTED SUFILIVE TO BROADCAST THAT IMPORTANT EVENT AND THEY CANNOT SAY IT IS PRIVATE AS THEY WERE BCASTING IT THEMSELVES. ”

These people are upset that the President of Cyprus came and they were not able to broadcast. Like their past history, it is clear they are quiet until it becomes an issue of politics and gain. Could it be Maulana wants a direct feed of his sohbets unassociated with contrary messages?

What has Maulana said about Khalifa, about Democracy openly?

http://www.sufismus-online.de/TheocracyDemocracy

On top of that, all Islamic countries are now making advertisements for democracy, not theocracy, which would be following the Sharia. No! They want democracy, because the Europeans want it, they would never want a theocracy. And now our people are trying to copy this. Also in the private lives of people they want to copy the western people. It makes them proud to be like the western people.

What are these people saying about the same? They make Sahabis into political parties and shariat into democracy. What is real craziness is how these people reconcile these obvious conflicts in their minds.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQNE-GcHhHU#t=6m45s 6:45

InshaAllah this Osmanli Dergah will be a big success because of Sh Maulana’s blessing and permission.

Many people will be assisting in this effort, including Cafer Iskenderoglu.

They are complaining about Sheykh Abdul Kerim by calling him crazy, and by doing so they have fulfilled the hadith: Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “Engage in the Dhikr of Allah in such abundance that people comment that ‘you are insane’.” (Ahmed, Abu Ya’la, Ibn Habbaan)

Sheykh Mevlana Nazim Adil al-Hakkani Opens New Dergah in Cyprus – to be Managed in the Osmanli Manner by Sheykh Abdul Kerim

March 22, 2010  |  Thoughts  |  3 Comments

Seeing Sheykh Mevlana on a trip to Cyprus is a very blessed but also a very fleeting moment.

His sohbets (talks) are broadcast from his home into the Lefke Dergah on a projector screen.   People who travel far and wide see Maulana very briefly. Mevlana also does not come from the house for prayer at the Dergah.   To catch a glimpse of him one must wait by his home for some time, where he enters a car after Asr Namaz to be driven to some places in Cyprus.   Between that moment of exiting the home and entering the car, one might be so fortunate to be able to see him and kiss his hand.

So one can imagine that is was highly unusual, and also a very blessed event,  when Sheykh Mevlana came to Sheykh Abdul Kerim’s house in Cyprus to visit him.

There Mevlana officiated the opening of a dergah at this temporary location. Mevlana also gave of his own land to Sheykh Abdul Kerim to use for a permanent location.

Sheykh Abdul Kerim was a gracious host and showed Sheykh Mevlana the dergah and made him very comfortable.   Sheykh Mevlana Nazim prayed two rakats immediately.  Then Sheykh Abdul Kerim showed Sheykh Mevlana his Ziyarat (visitation) to Grandshaykhs in India, and events at the Osmanli Dergah in New York.

Sheykh Mevlana was also able to meet murids individually who were staying at the dergah, giving us all a rare opportunity to be in the presence of Sultan ul Awliya Sheykh Muhammad Nazim Adil al-Hakkani.

Sheykh Mevlana’s routine schedule usually involves a car ride around Lefke before maghrib, and a trip to the Cyprus Dergah on Jummah day.

Sheykh Abdul Kerim al-Kibrisi – Sohbet – 15th Safar 1431 – 1/30/10

March 10, 2010  |  Thoughts  |  No Comments

True love of Prophet (AS)

Sheykh Abdul Kerim Effendi – Sohbet – General Zikr – 15h Safar 1431 – 1/30/2010 from Yursil on Vimeo.