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Aaqib Ahmed

Looking For Al-burda Nasheed

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I'm looking for the Nasheed Al-Barda by Muhammad Husyan.

Offered to help a friend look for it,so if you find it please let me know and inshallah I'll pass it on. :no:

 

:j: for your help.

 

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if you haven't already found it...(you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetkhurram.ca/content/view/50/36/"]here[/url]

 

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I changed the topic title to 'Al Burda' :sl:

 

:j: for the link sis ^

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(you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetahmadjibril(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/articles/alburdah.html"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetahmadjibril(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/articles/alburdah.html[/url]

AlBurdah: The Cloak of Love or Ignorance?[using large font size is not allowed]

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Just to let everyone know, that this is not the real Qasidah Burdah, the real Qasidah was written by a Sahabi known as Ka'b bin Zuhair, it goes as following:

 

Inna'r Rasula lasaifun yustadaau bihi

Muhannadun min Suyufillahi maslulu

Fee fityatin min Quraysh-in qaala qaailuhum

Bibatni Makkata lamma aslamu zulu

Zaalu fama zaala ankaasun walaa kushufun

'Indalliqaai walaa meelu ma'aazeelu

Shummul 'araaneeni abtaalun labusuhum

Min nasji Dawud-a fi'l hayjaa saraabeelu

The Messenger a light is, source of light,

A Muhannad , a drawn sword of God's swords,

Amid Quraysh companions. When they chose

Islam in Mecca's vale, men said, "Be gone!"

They went, not weaklings, not as men that flee,

Swaying upon their mounts and poorly armed,

But heroes proud and noble of mien, bright-clad

In mail of David's weave for the encounter.

 

Al-Busairi (author of the ''fake version''') just copied the title, there are no similarities in the two poems whatsoever except the name.

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