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{{image url="images/pics/random.php" title="Maulana Sheikh Nazim" class="left" alt=Pictures of Maulana Sheikh Nazim}} **Happy Memories of Grandshaykh `AbdAllah’s Miracles**
Umm Kawthar had a yellow cat that jumped from the highest wall, which was between the homes of Umm Kawthar and Grandshaykh. That cat used to bring down Grandshaykh's anger if he was upset, there was a threat to the area. That cat used to make Grandshaykh angry because it used to urinate on a barrel of water which was there in Grandshaykh’s courtyard in order to mark its territory. Once he saw that cat urinating on it, so he frightened it and threw acorns at it. The cat fled in the other direction and crashed into the lid of the barrel. Don't you remember that yellow cat (Mawlana asks Hajjah Naziha)? That cat also ate the show pigeons of Jibrani! Once on May Day, people gather at Jibrani's to watch the pigeons flying in a show, and by coincidence, Grandshaykh was also present for some reason. A policeman was also there. The cat jumped at one of the smaller pigeons and ate it. Jibrani was so upset, he asked the policeman to shoot the cat and motioned at it with his hands. The policeman took out his rifle and shot the cat three times in front of Grandshaykh, who was watching, and the cat fell to the ground. Everyone said, "We finished the problem with that cat!" This annoyed Grandshaykh, for he never wanted that cat to be killed despite whatever it did. Grandshaykh returned and sat in his maqaam like this (demonstrates) and he began to repeat this qaseedah.
Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: One time Grandshaykh got very angry with the people of Iskenderun (in southern Turkey mountains). There lived in that city a venerable shaykh from Arnaut (Albania) who had come there from Greece and Grandshaykh married (one of) his daughters to that Greek shaykh. One day the people of Iskenderun came against that Greek man, those people who lived in the mountains. They came to the mosque and attacked us, too. When they attacked us, Grandshaykh stood up on a small terrace and shouted at them with force and courage, "If you are able to do that, come on (and try)!" They all fled from the majestic tajalli of Grandshaykh, as if they had been heavily whipped!
There was a scholarly man who always opposed Grandshaykh, and his tongue never ceased to revile him and his shaykh, Shaykh Sharafuddin ad-Daghestani (q). One day Grandshaykh passed in front of the house of that scholar and he found him mixing cement. And Grandshaykh was well aware of his bad intentions towards him and his shaykh. And without a word or greeting, Mawlana Shaykh took that man and turned him upside-down and planted his head into that cement! The man tried to get out using all the strength of his body but he was unable to escape Grandshaykh's grasp, for he had immense strength in his arms. Grandshaykh said, "If you don't stop your tongue from attacking us, know that this will be your end!"
Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: Yes. (Turkish)
wa maa ramayta idh ramayta wa laakin-Allaha ramaa. And you did not throw when you threw, but Allah threw. (Surat al-Anfaal, 8:17)
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**Happy Memories of Grandshaykh `AbdAllah’s Miracles**
Umm Kawthar had a yellow cat that jumped from the highest wall, which was between the homes of Umm Kawthar and Grandshaykh. That cat used to bring down Grandshaykh's anger if he was upset, there was a threat to the area. That cat used to make Grandshaykh angry because it used to urinate on a barrel of water which was there in Grandshaykh’s courtyard in order to mark its territory. Once he saw that cat urinating on it, so he frightened it and threw acorns at it. The cat fled in the other direction and crashed into the lid of the barrel. Don't you remember that yellow cat (Mawlana asks Hajjah Naziha)? That cat also ate the show pigeons of Jibrani! Once on May Day, people gather at Jibrani's to watch the pigeons flying in a show, and by coincidence, Grandshaykh was also present for some reason. A policeman, was also there. The cat jumped at one of the smaller pigeons and ate it. Jibrani was so upset, he asked the policeman to shoot the cat and motioned at it with his hands.. The policeman took out his rifle and shot the cat three times in front of Grandshaykh, who was watching, and the cat fell to the ground. Everyone said, "We finished the problem with that cat!" This annoyed Grandshaykh, for he never wanted that cat to be killed despite whatever it did. Grandshaykh returned and sat in his maqaam like this (demonstrates) and he began to repeat this qaseedah.
Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: One time Grandshaykh got very angry with the people of Iskenderun (in southern Turkey mountains). There lived in that city a venerable shaykh from Arnaut (Albania) who had come there from Greece and Grandshaykh married (one of ) his daughters to that Greek shaykh. One day the people of Iskenderun came against that Greek man, those people who lived in the mountains. They came to the mosque and attacked us, too. When they attacked us, Grandshaykh stood up on a small terrace and shouted at them with force and courage, "If you are able to do that, come on (and try)!" They all fled from the majestic tajalli of Grandshaykh, as if they had been heavily whipped!
There was a scholarly man who always opposed Grandshaykh, and his tongue never ceased to revile him and his shaykh, Shaykh Sharafuddin ad-Daghestani (q) One day Grandshaykh passed in front of the house of that scholar and he found him mixing cement. And Grandshaykh was well aware of his bad intentions towards him and his shaykh. And without a word or greeting, Mawlana Shaykh took that man and turned him upside-down and planted his head into that cement! The man tried to get out using all the strength of his body but he was unable to escape Grandshaykh's grasp, for he had immense strength in his arms. Grandshaykh said, "If you don't stop your tongue from attacking us, know that this will be your end!"
Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: Yes.(Turkish)
wa maa ramayta idh ramayta wa laakin-Allaha ramaa.
And you did not throw when you threw, but Allah threw. (Surat al-Anfaal, 8: 17)
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