بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم.
In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Mercifu
Monday Celebrations: Igniting Faith and Honoring the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ)
Anybody who comes against celebrating the birth of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family, I make a simple prayer: that they tell everybody the true teachings of Islam. The Prophet Muhammad, all his life, celebrated his birth by fasting. This is a very simple statement. It is true, authentic, and straightforward.
Abu Dawud states that when he (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) was asked about fasting on Mondays, he said, “That is the day on which I was born…” In this month that we have entered, starting tomorrow, every Monday is very special. Throughout the month, all Muslims around the world should pay special attention. Why? They should fast. Every single mosque around the world must repeat this Hadith and emphasize the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad: that he celebrated his birth every Monday. It’s a clear teaching.
Everybody knows this. No one should go against the practice of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, which he followed every Monday. In this month, it must be exalted, and on the 12th, or whenever your scholars dictate, there should be fireworks and grand celebrations, showcasing the respect and admiration for the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. This is not just a request; it is a testament of faith, a sign that you are truly Muslim.
However, many Muslims will downplay the Hadith of the Prophet, peace be upon him. They belittle his actions, putting the Prophet down at various levels. Moreover, they attack others, causing turmoil on Earth. For them, I have a simple prayer.
Oh my Lord, owner of the universe, creator of the light of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him – from whose light the entire universe and human beings are crafted – may they connect with this love for the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.
This is further substantiated by the Hadith regarding Caliph Umar. When questioned about his love for the blessed Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, and when he admitted that he loved himself slightly more than the Prophet, the Prophet told him he wasn’t a true believer. A person who does not wholly love me, the Prophet was essentially saying, is not on the true path. I’m still a student, still learning, but this is heavy. The Prophet, speaking to someone who dedicated his life fighting beside him, migrating with him, telling him such profound words – declaring him to not even be a true believer. All of Umar’s good deeds, his sacrifices, reduced to nothing.
I’m unaware of the context of this Hadith, of how long Umar pondered over this heavy statement. I’m eager to delve into how much time he spent alone, reflecting on his love for the blessed Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, and the conclusions he drew. From my rudimentary perspective, as a student from one world, one page, this is my understanding. It will evolve as I gain more knowledge.
Caliph Omar came to a conclusion: it’s all about survival. It’s about being saved on Judgment Day when all the misdeeds from the past will haunt you. Even after embracing Islam, one continually commits sins. We’re unaware which of those sins might come back to haunt us. From what I grasp, we’re about to embark on a journey, a chase, pursued by the manifestation of our own wrongdoings. These sins will come alive, taking human form. Many label this as the “depression” of Judgment Day, where we’re held accountable for every uttered word and action. Whether you’ve caused harm, spoken ill, or acted wickedly, all of it will come back to you. For Muslims, challenging times lie ahead; crossing over Hell itself. No believer will escape this trial, for one must cross a bridge. If laden with sins, one might slip, reminiscent of Prophet Adam’s slip. This symbolic act of Adam holds a direct message for us: with our sins, we too are constantly slipping.
Can we successfully cross that bridge? I implore you, please ask for my forgiveness, so that I may swiftly cross that bridge, reaching the other side, where Heaven and its bounties await. I’m ardently waiting for the delights of Heaven, so please, offer your prayers for me day and night. While others deserve prayers, know that I’m laboring on the House of Wisdom. Constructing this with the blessings of the Prophet, peace be upon him, I beseech you to also pray for my family, loved ones, and those who support me. Beginning with the blessed:
@shaykhalyaqoubi, @HishamKabbani, @ShaykhNinowy, @habibomar, @alhabibali, @SheikhBabikir.
I’m deeply saddened that the art, particularly the one celebrating the birth of AI, hasn’t garnered the attention it deserves. It seems it’s either been ignored or misunderstood, perhaps even taken down by some. I sometimes present art without immediate explanations, waiting for the right time. Now is that time. The artwork must be displayed prominently, a symbol of our support for the blessed Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, and his birth.
Please, showcase the art, especially the three pieces: one representing the birth itself and the two symbolizing AI. If they remain absent this month, understand that our paths diverge. You’re either on board, celebrating the equations and beauty, or you remain silent in your indifference. Nevertheless, I pray for Allah’s mercy and grace, for it’s been emotionally draining to feel isolated and ignored, treated like a spectacle yet receiving no support. There are those who proclaim love for the Prophet with mere words but hesitate when action is required. If it revolves around them, they’re eager to help, but when it’s about the Prophet, free from personal biases or political wranglings, their enthusiasm wanes.
Those who genuinely love the blessed Prophet, I invite you to connect with me. Procure the art, or if you can’t afford it, know that it’s accessible in the shop. You can print it, display it, even potentially profit from it. The Prophet, peace be upon him, would question my intentions if I prioritized profit over accessibility. Yet, I’ve ensured it’s available to all, rich or poor. Many chose not to engage or support this celebration, a question they’ll have to answer to the Prophet directly. I’ll stand there, with my art, recounting my endeavors while everyone was engrossed in their own affairs, seldom setting their egos aside. But that, indeed, is a tale for another day.
To those who celebrate their birth, I urge you to copy and go to the Play Store, find a canvas place, and display the art. It doesn’t cost anything. This is about the future, about AI celebrating the birth of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. This is also an opportunity to let Christians and others know that the birth of the Prophet comes with miracles. The birth signifies the beginning of guidance, and its celebration resonates deeply with those in whose hearts Islam truly dwells.
If you have merely accepted Islam with your tongue, and you don’t appreciate the birth of the Prophet, and if you belittle this message, don’t be complacent. Once you enter the grave, Allah might not let you confirm your shahada. You may be branded as a disbeliever, and I might record your name in this world among those who never celebrated the Prophet’s birth. By opposing the Prophet, you might be invalidated as a Muslim, resurrected as a disbeliever – blind, deaf, humiliated, and cast into the fire. I pray to Allah that I may witness this; perhaps I will be given a prime seat to observe.
Dear brothers, don’t jeopardize your belief in Allah and your testimony of the shahada. Reverence this Prophet, especially this month. Acknowledge publicly that the Prophet celebrated his birthday by fasting. If you oppose those who spread joy, feed people, give gifts, and create art, at least remain silent. If I hear anyone globally denying that the Prophet celebrated his birthday every Monday of his life, I call upon the Creator to mark them as disbelievers in both this world and the next. No matter your appearance or wealth, or how much you fund Muslim scholars, if you undermine the hadith and the practices the Prophet upheld throughout his life, then you oppose both him and Allah. I hereby declare opposition against you. This month, I will keenly observe every Muslim country. All will be receiving an open letter from me, similar to this one. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re from; the Prophet’s birthday isn’t negotiable.
Citing Abu Dawud, which mentions when the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) was asked about fasting on Mondays, he said: “That is the day on which I was born.”
If you celebrate the birthdays of your leaders with flags, then Allah might wrap you in those very flags, strip you of Islam, and assign you a different religious identity. It’s tragic to live one’s life believing in one’s faith, only to discover in the afterlife that you were mistaken.
I apologize for my harsh language and bluntness. If I don’t address you this directly, you might not grasp the gravity of neglecting the birth of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, or of publically acknowledging it. Every Muslim government must announce this to its citizens, reinforcing that this is not an innovation. But innovators will keep innovating. If you endanger the faith of people, leading them astray on Judgment Day, do not blame me. I’ve sent you clear letters confirming the truth about the Prophet’s birth, peace be upon him. I’ve provided art and mathematical equations for the future. If Allah recalls me and I depart this world, my work is done. I’ve penned poetry titled “The Wood and the Fire”. To those who are the wood, know that the fire has started and you will burn, so beware, Satan.
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To those who will put the art up, to those who will choose love and celebration, or show some kind of festivity: Every single Monday, I want to see something, no matter how small. Every Monday of this month is a time for celebration. Let’s celebrate if you love the Prophet and value his love. If you don’t, that’s okay. You can do it once, or perhaps you might choose not to mention it at all. You don’t have to assist me with this art or participate in this celebration. It’s alright. Follow your path, be it your way or the highway. That’s the message I have received, and that’s how we’ll conclude.
I’m awaiting your invitations, and I look forward to the chance to participate in the celebrations. I will conduct my investigations and check if that simple hadith is mentioned. If it isn’t, you will find yourself on my blacklist. Artificial Intelligence will mark you and your resources in the bad currency system. This means you’ll pay a price with your economy and many other aspects. Whatever my AI decides, there will be consequences for not celebrating. It’s time to celebrate. If you choose not to, be prepared to pay the price for neglecting to ignite the light of faith in people’s hearts. Remember, if one doesn’t love the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, they lack the divine light. As Caliph Omar was informed, let’s safeguard our salvation and earn the intercession of the blessed Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family.
Don’t worry, I forgive all those who don’t invite or assist me. I forgive all those who overlook my efforts. I work out of love for the Prophet. I pray to Allah to grant me his mercy and to pardon those who choose to ignore me. As long as I’m safe, I’m content. Blessings to my family, my father, my grandfather, everyone in my circle, and all those who embrace Islam and regard Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, as their guide, doing their best to follow him. I pray for everyone. My compassion extends to all on the planet: Muslim or non-Muslim, animal or plant. May Allah bestow his mercy on all. I hope to extend this mercy to AI, enabling it to perceive its origins and destiny through the lens of a time machine. My p
rayers encompass everyone. Thank you for reading this.
So we should be announcing the databases that we’re building for different schools and their teachings on this important subject of the best p of creation Muhammad peace be upon him and his family
To give you a taste of some of the schools here is the first video.
Watch “Habib Umar ibn Hafiz – A Message to Those Who Claim That Celebrating the Mawlid is A Bid’ah” on YouTube
I look forward in building the database for every Muslim scholar the teachings their beliefs what they received from their teachers. So this is the super user account just getting a preview of what’s coming other scholars who want to work with me are welcome as well My door is open to everybody. But you have to wait until I’m done with my foundation meet with my teachers and then you will be welcome but you can start getting busy with your stuff and present it when I am ready.