Maulana Sheikh Nazim The First Order to Mureed Men is “Marry!”

...W ’aghfirlana, w ’arhamna, wa tub`alayna, w ’ahdina, w ’asqina, w ’aslih shaananaa wa shaan al-muslimeen, f ’ansurna `ala ’l-qawmi ‘l-kaafireen. Wa ansur sultaana wa sultaana ’l-muslimeen. Bi-jaahi man anzalta `alayhi Surat al-Fatihah.


May Allah give you strong imaan. May He give you a blessed life, here and Hereafter, for you to be under the holy flag of Rasoolullah (s).

O People! Keep your customs. O our Naqshbandi brothers and sisters! Try to keep our old customs. Don’t follow the customs of western people. You must change everything; your outlook and your inner thinking, so that the Seal of Prophets (s) may be happy with you.

O People! As-salaamu `alaykum.


Haraam! Women have no mustache, so you (men) must keep a mustache. It is also really haraam to make ladies work with men. It is strictly haraam! I’ve never liked it. Even if they are bringing one sack of gold every week, I still don’t like it! To eat chapatti bread with salt is better than (for your women) to bring money from outside and eat curry. Eat chapatti that is halaal will be good for you.

(To a mureed) Are you married? I don’t like any unmarried men coming here; I am not accepting that. Whoever comes into tariqah, the second order for him is to marry. This is for you (men), not for them (women), because you can ask ladies for marriage, but they can’t say to you “Marry me!” Shari`atullah does not accept this. Please look after them (women).

(To various men in the crowd.) Are you married? (Sayyidee no, inshaa-Allah soon with your du`a.) You? (Yes). When I tell them the second time to get married, and they still come to me unmarried, then I (tie a knot), then they won’t be able to marry anyone, finished! I have such powers also. Therefore, you must look after getting married so that Allah may give you much more barakah.


Take oranges, lemons, grapefruit, whatever you like from here; it is our small gift to you. Welcome to you, khosh-amadeed. May Allah give you happiness here and Hereafter. To be pleased with your Lord, Almighty Allah, will make you pleased here and Hereafter. Shukran, shukriya, thank you!

Lefke, 21.04.2011

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