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Allahu - Sami Yusuf

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Published on May 29, 2008

As Salaam Alaikum, this is Allahu by Sami Yusuf. Insha Allah you like it. Please read the entire description.

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Allahu Allahu Allahu
Allahu Allahu Allahu
Truly He is the One
He has no father or son
Everything in creation was by Him begun
With His infinite power anything could be done
Ask Allah for His Pardon
And you'll enter the Garden

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Before Him there were none
Of partners He has none
He knows what is apparent and what is hidden
All the fate of creation has already been written
His Will is always done
And can never be undone

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From amongst all humans
Muhammad was chosen
He was illiterate and he was an orphan
Yet Allah sent him to those who were pagans
Oh Allah let us drink
From his hand in the fountain

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Ya Allah You're the Sovereign
You're the Sultan of Sultans
Please protect me from Shaytan and all of his treason
Let him not with his whispers my iman ever weaken
My only wish in this life
Is to attain Your Pardon
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Regarding the use of instruments in this song and since so many brothers and sisters have asked about them or given their opinion on the use of them here are the words of brother Sami Yusuf himself on the matter.

Extract from "Open Letter From Sami Yusuf to Yvonne Riddley (17/06/06)":

"As a Muslim artist, I regularly seek clarification and advice from world-renowned scholars on art, music, singing and culture. Be informed that the subject of music is one of the most controversial topics in Islamic Jurisprudence. I respect those who consider music to be haram. Yes eminent scholars of our past have opined such. However, I respect and follow the opinion of other eminent scholars -- classical and contemporary, who permit singing and the use of musical instruments. The well-established jurisprudential rule states that 'in matters where there is ikhtilaf (differences of opinion) there is to be no condemnation of either opinion.' This is from the beauty of the religion of Islam."

And Allah swt knows best.

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