January 18, 2016, 10:59 pm
January 23, 2016, 7:28 am
|رد: An admirer influenced by the words and efforts of Ustad|
|Dear brother Muhammad|
I am so delighted to read your message and to learn that you recognized the thoughts of Ustadh Mahmoud Muhammad Taha as the call that satisfies your search for answers amidst the so many false calls that distort what true Islam is all about as a methodology for healing our inner souls and to for connecting us with the source of existence and at the same time providing an understanding and a solution for our socio-economic and political problems.
Ustadh Mahmoud followed a methodlogy that allowed him to attain inner peace and self-realization and gave him an understanding of the relationship between the individual and the universe and the individual and sourrounding communities and he offered that same metholodology to every human being and paintened a promissing future for mankind that would be reliazed in the very near future despitre the gloomy and bloody picture that has been been depicted by fanatics all across the globe in the name of religion.
Please be assured that we will not let go with this great (fikra) because it answered all our questions as well and we found in it what encourage us to stick with it even more as time passes and its proof becomes appearant to many other peaople. People like you push us towards making extra efforts to avail these thoughts and make them known specially to those who could not appreciate them in their original form due to the language barrier.
Once again thank you for your elaborate and elegent messange and please keep in touch
February 12, 2015, 12:57 am
March 5, 2015, 4:51 pm
|RE: Needs for English translation|
A link to the translation of \"The Second Message of Islam\" has been provided in the English section of this website:
Unfortunately, this is a copyrighted work and we could not made available through this website but you can order online from Amazon or Barnes and Noble using the aforementioned links.
May 2, 2012, 10:41 pm
salaheldin ahmed ibrahim
August 25, 2011, 10:56 am
August 28, 2011, 12:56 pm
|رد: A full transformation of heart|
I am so glad and delighted to read your touching message.
I think you got to the essence of Ustadh Mahmoud's message which is that of self-realization through a change process that allows us to achieve inner peace. Religion was meant for the individual, every single individual, and not for institutions. People need to go back to that basic message and start transforming themselves instead of looking for failing institutions to bail them out spiritually.
We as humans share the main essential attributes that make us humans but these have long been tented with misguided ideological dictates that keep us apart but once we tap into them we will sure to find what unite us in this holly journey that we are destined to undertake.
I value your comments and thank you for taking the time to sharing your thoughts with us.
August 11, 2011, 5:08 am
August 17, 2011, 7:37 pm
|Re: A Hope for Muslim Socities|
Thank you for your remarks and kind words about the thoughts of Ustadh Mahmoud Muhammad Taha. We welcome your interest and friendship and we value your comments. Indeed Ustadh Mahmoud's thoughts are the only hope for Muslims to get out of the backwardness and lead the world towards a peaceful future if they understand the true message of their religion which will help unite this small planet not torn it apart.
August 7, 2011, 2:29 am
Masoud B Nour
August 17, 2011, 7:44 pm
Thank you for your encouraging remarks and kind words. We are working on making all works of Ustadh Mahmoud available via this website and were able to upload a number of books in PDF format so they can be easily downloaded and printed by those interested. These are all in Arabic. The only translated book (into English) which is "The Second Message of Islam" is also available from many retailers such as amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com
June 23, 2011, 10:19 am
Osman Abdullah Eladnani
June 24, 2011, 5:52 pm
|RE: Thank you for continuing this great work|
Thank you for your kind words about the website. We value your friendship and welcome your comments and questions.
Please feel free to call me evenings and weekends at 9194049202.
May 27, 2011, 3:17 am
Merid Zeru Tseggai
June 23, 2011, 5:10 pm
|Dear Merid Zeru Tseggai|
Thank you for your elegant remarks and kind comments.
Indeed the self-proclaimed leaders of the Sudanese People, ignored Ustadh Mahmoud's wisdom until they banged their heads with the wall of destruction. Unfortunately if they continue to head in the same direction, the Sudan that we all know will seize to exist, specially under the current regime.
Once again thank you and please keep in touch
February 22, 2011, 7:32 pm
safia ahmed lutfi
August 7, 2010, 11:44 pm
April 4, 2011, 6:06 pm
|RE: an article about Mahmud Muhammad Taha|
|Dear Mr. Aldeeb|
Thank you for a well written article to the French audience.
I don't know French but I managed to read the Google translation.
January 7, 2007, 6:41 pm
January 10, 2007, 9:39 pm
|RE: Mariage de Tâha|
Ustaz Taha married to Amna Lutfi. They had three children: a boy who died when he was 10 years old, and two daughters (Asma and Sumaya) who are married and have childrens.
I do not have firm information about the time of the death of his brother Mukhtar but will seek that information for you.
I don't think Ustaz Taha ever been to Mecca.
December 3, 2006, 3:50 pm
December 4, 2006, 9:16 pm
|RE: Communities based on the teaching of Ustazh Mahmoud Muhammad Taha|
|Dear brother Malik|
I am really glad to read your thoughtful comment. It is true that Islam has been hijacked by people who are only capable of spreading a distorted and rigid view that does not touch even remotely the soul and heart of this great religion. But unfortunately these are the louder voices in today's world.
Ustazh Mahmoud spent a good part of his life building a community that adheres to the principles and values that he propagated and lived for. He thought this would be a seed for the next Umma which will bring Islam to the next level and spread it to the whole world. An Umma that was foretold by the Prophet peace be upon him, when he said: "Islam started as a stranger, and it shall return as a stranger in the same way it started ... Blessed are the strangers ... They [his companions] said: Who are the strangers, Oh Messenger of God? He [the Prophet] replied: Those who revive my Sunnah after it has been abandoned."
The community started in Sudan but was faced by fierce opposition from traditionalist (Muslim Brothers, Wahabists, and Sectarian Muslims) who often resort to violence to silence the "Republicans" when they fail to face them in the circles of debate. They ended up trying and executing Ustazh Taha in Sudan in 1985 and forcing many of the community members to leave the country. The community is still intact albeit inactive except for individual efforts here and there, and this website is one example.
As far as the translation of Ustazh Taha's book, nothing was really published beyond the mother book, which you read. There are incomplete translations of 5 more books "Treatise on Prayer", "The Path of Muhammad", "Islam", and "The Cultural Revolution". Hopefully they will be published soon.
The book you mentioned is titled "Learn How to pray" (my translation of the title) is a good candidate for translation. I hope a capable brother will pick the task of translating it.
Once again I am glad that you visited the website and found it useful.
November 3, 2006, 8:48 am
November 5, 2006, 3:22 am
|RE: Malim ala tariq alfikra aljamhuria 2|
Thank you for contacting us regarding "Ma3alim". The book was missing from our collection but Dr. Yasir Elsharif was able to locate it and type it for you (and for all of us). I trust that he will contact you with a copy as soon as it is revised. If not we will post it to the website within the next few days.
Please accept my best wishes