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Japanese Style Qasidah Burdah - Nasheed by Sh. Ahmad Abu Hakeem Maeno

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Islamic Circle of Japan - Sh. Ahmad Abu Hakeem Maeno performs a Japaneses style nasheed after he is recognized at the ICNA 2011 convention, Alhumdillah, a job well Done.
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Nur Amira (5 days ago)
Happy Virgil (14 days ago)
Zenop Hill (27 days ago)
Subhanallah...unity in diversity
Sameer chudesara (1 month ago)
I don't know Japanese but I like it
ichi Mi (1 month ago)
Muhamad 919 (2 months ago)
سبحنا الله
sudjiwo tedjo (3 months ago)
thank you so much we`re brotherhood around of world
roshan Shaikh (3 months ago)
im indai muslim i lik japan muslim subhan Allah
Firmansyah (5 months ago)
Some people can give me hiragana for that nasheed?
Zane Araki (5 months ago)
Don't mind the comments. Keep listening and reciting shalawat whether directly or in heart. We are only trying to express our love for Prophet Muhammad SAW. We understand that Allah is our God, and Muhammad saw is the messenger. By reading shalawat we're hoping for His rahmah and ridha, and to awake our connection to Rasulullah SAW.
Er Auqib Yousuf (5 months ago)
I found it nothing more than a sign of love to prophet Mohammad saw which urged him first to translate it and singing it that a way ,,,,,,,so beutiful
Densat (5 months ago)
subhanallah, i need kanji version of this
Nathier Abrahams (5 months ago)
Izhar Firdaus (5 months ago)
Salam .. "ningen to Jin no shidousha" .. by God will I was made to handle 2 Japanese Jin children during my trip to Japan .. they apparently call themselves Yokai there .. alhamdulillah they are Muslim now.. It'll be nice if the song translate the word Jin to Japanese too ^^ ..
jaffar ghadafi almazrui (6 months ago)
I understand it
Yasmine Nazarine (6 months ago)
Why clapping? This is nice NATT don't need clapping is not concert Mercifull of Allah ☝✌👍🌻💐
Jamel Uddin (6 months ago)
Azeem Azaad,. (6 months ago)
Subhan Allah
Devi KA (7 months ago)
Masyaa Allah
F4 Star (7 months ago)
Love from India
Nurul Hoque (8 months ago)
Mashah Allah Allahu Akbor may Allah swt bless you all and the ummah ameen.
warota kuso (8 months ago)
Imran Khan (8 months ago)
Imam Bosiri the writer of this Qasida burda shareef,His body was paralyzed and He wrote this Qasida for Holy Prophet PBUH.Imam saw to Holy Prophet in his dream and was regarded with recovery of his disease and a burda during dream , that's why this is called Qasida Burda shareef .MashaAllah
محمد محمد (9 months ago)
Ma sha Allah
el flaco (9 months ago)
Yaa Allah... So beautiful. Bring tears to my eyes. Saya kok jadi cengeng gini.
shadowpeople evil (9 months ago)
Wow in japanese language is very beautifull masha-a-Allah
Rachan Mullsap (10 months ago)
ماشاءالله... الحمد لله
Ariel Nans (10 months ago)
Summer sam Summer (10 months ago)
Epul 1984 (10 months ago)
Assalamualikum.... Brother ✊Allah hu'akbar.....i from Malaysia....
حسسن محمود (10 months ago)
ماشاء اللّه ماشاء اللّه
アルクダオバダ (10 months ago)
Haru Tori (11 months ago)
subhanalloh... sugoi na....
Yoga Aditya (11 months ago)
Nice makrhaj
hindu muslim (11 months ago)
Ya allah give all muslim jannah iman ,,,ameeen ,
mustafa Said (11 months ago)
Akaba Hayato (1 year ago)
Masha allah
Ali Ben (1 year ago)
Jazak Allahou khayr , barak Allahou fik
Mr.Jasaw (1 year ago)
I love Japanese people ^^ greetings from Bosnia
Mastmalang Qalandari (1 year ago)
Nice Masha Allah . Allah bless u
Qiw Hazze (1 year ago)
Masha Allah.... Good very good
Hugo Knieper (1 year ago)
MasyaaAllah... can i have the lyric? onegaishimasu....syukran... arigatougozaimasu
Atif Gul Khan (1 year ago)
Superb superb superb ...love from pakistan
safi khan (1 year ago)
Sweet voice
Muhammad Aamir (1 year ago)
ALLAH bless on you,brother
andrianiklan (1 year ago)
maeno good
Numan Miraj (1 year ago)
AwesOme Good
Iftikhar Ahmed (1 year ago)
absolutely wonderful, SUBHANALLAH
Baba Ganteng (1 year ago)
Idm Dragon (1 year ago)
semoga,islam dijepang semakin berkembang.. aminn
Rabiu Kabir (1 year ago)
Ya Rasulallah SAWS
akashah rahman (1 year ago)
ich liebe Allah n Quran . ich komme aus Malaysia aus Johor . may Allah bless us .. insyallah
lakenvelder0pandora (1 year ago)
I was shown this video three years ago by a friend. I found it so beautiful, and I would return to it every so often. Now finally, this Ramadan, I will take my Shahada. Thank you for posting this video that has been with me on my journey to Islam. 友達は私にこのビデオみてもらいました。本当に美しいと思って、時々また見ました。どうとう、今のラマダン時、シャハーダをするつもりです。ありがとうございました!
MrAkira273 (2 months ago)
Mash'Allah !
Shiraz (4 months ago)
Alhamdulillah i'm happy for you :)
PINEAPPLE (5 months ago)
We love you brother may Allah give you the highest rank in paradise and increase you in faith and knowledge Assalamu alaikum bro
Salman Hussain (6 months ago)
namasaya zairie (1 year ago)
Все больше людей в Японии из многобожников-синтоистов перебегают в Ислам, Хвала Аллаху, Господу Миров!
Baba Ganteng (1 year ago)
restu faozi (1 year ago)
peace be upon muhammad ^_^
Faisal SR (1 year ago)
ما شالله...
かわのまさとし (1 year ago)
Caligirl13 (1 year ago)
Wow he arabic is so good mA!
Caligirl13 (1 year ago)
Abdul Hameed (1 year ago)
Muhammad Thaqif (1 year ago)
version japanese... amazing
KANZUNNAJAAH (1 year ago)
ماشاء الله
Shane Kazmi (1 year ago)
Mashallah takbir! my beautiful brother!
Thasniya P (1 year ago)
icun (1 year ago)
beautiful japanese nasheed
roukshana sham (1 year ago)
masha allah
ii ii (1 year ago)
TazKidNoah (2 years ago)
Brahhh the Bar just got RAISED!!!!!
Pay Jean (2 years ago)
sam7748 (2 years ago)
God bless!!!
Free_Thy_Mind (2 years ago)
ma sha Allah beautiful x
Asep Sobandy (2 years ago)
Ma sya Allah....
sam singh (2 years ago)
CAN WE EXCESSIVELY PRAISE THE BELOVED (Upon Him peace and blessings) A common charge and argument that is thrown against the majority of Muslims is that we “excessively ” praise the beloved Prophet Muhammad, upon him peace and blessings. They even go as far as to say that we are equating the beloved with Allah, Almighty. This claim however is untrue, and has no foundation at all. Muslims love the beloved Prophet, upon him peace and blessings, respect and honour him. We regard the beloved as the best and greatest of creation. We also love Him more than anything else including our selves. But in no way does this amount to worship, shall we say that just because we love our family, and that we shall defend their rights and honour means that we worship them? Those that accuse us of excessive praise of the beloved Prophet , upon him peace and blessings, quote the following hadis ... Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 55, Number 654: Narrated ‘Umar: I heard the Prophet saying, “Do not exaggerate in praising me as the Christians praised the son of Mary, for I am only a Slave. So, call me the Slave of Allah and His Apostle.” Here the beloved Prophet, upon him peace and blessings explicitly teaches the Muslims not to exaggerate in praising Him does not mean that praise for the best of Allah’s creation is limited as many people interpret. They even warn that you must not over praise the Prophet and quickly quote the above Hadis but many quote the first part of the Hadis which is “Do not exaggerate in praising me…..” And stop there. But the beloved Prophet, upon him peace and blessings, said “Do not exaggerate in praising me as the Christians praised the son of Mary that is Jesus (Peace be upon Him)” This means that praise and love for the beloved Prophet, upon Him peace and blessings, is limitless and He gets very specific when he says that we should not over praise him as the Christians do with Jesus. As we all know many Christians worship and revere Jesus as God. “Do not exaggerate in praising me as the Christians praised the son of Mary..” means that the praise must not be like how the Christians praised Jesus in that they praise become “worship” of Jesus. This is the ONLY EXAGGERATION that we need to be guarded against and history has proven that the beloved Prophet, upon him peace and blessings, was and will never will be worshipped. Thus the praise of our beloved Prophet, upon him peace and blessings, should have no boundaries besides the exception mentioned above in respect of the son of Mary. The above message is simple that we can praise the beloved Prophet, upon him peace and blessings, excessively without bounds or limits but the only condition is that we must be careful of is that we do not worship him or equate the beloved with Almighty, Allah. This narration of the beloved Prophet, upon him peace and blessings would be enough to end the false claims that Muslims cannot excessively praise the beloved Prophet of Allah, Almighty. And Allah Knows Best!
Zaid Khalifa (7 days ago)
+huh ? This is translated from the full version of the Burdah shareef, which is normally not recited. The japanese one is just a translation of the Arabic one, but this one does not have these lines. I mentioned the part about shirk for the original commenter.
huh ? (7 days ago)
+Zaid Khalifa is this translated from the japanese one or the arabic one?
Zaid Khalifa (8 days ago)
+huh ? Among the most prominent verses for which this poem has been criticised are the following: 1. O noblest of creation, I have no one but you to turn to except you when major calamity strikes. 2. If you do not take my hand out of kindness on the Day of Resurrection, then what great trouble I will be in. 3. This world and the Hereafter are part of what you control, and part of your knowledge is the knowledge of al-Lawh al-Mahfooz and the Pen 4. Stay away from the way of the Christians in praising their Prophet, then (after that) praise him in any way you want 5. If he were to perform miracles commensurate with his real status, his name would bring dead people back to life. 6. I have a connection to him because I am called Muhammad as he is, and he is the kindest of creation in taking care of this connectio
huh ? (8 days ago)
+Zaid Khalifa which part is it? That contains shirk?
Zaid Khalifa (10 days ago)
We can praise the prophet Muhammad (SAW) but we should not commit shirk. If you look at the full burdah, it definitely contains shirk (using Allah's attributes for the prophet). Most of the time we do not recite the full burdah, so it's fine : )
Nayeem Ali (2 years ago)
43 wahabi scumbags disliked
I K W (1 year ago)
Lol sufi, and how dare you insult back your misguided "sunni" brother in-order to teach a lesson?
Bilal Ali (2 years ago)
Ahatisham Ansari I am sorry my brother.i didn't read your name.
Bilal Ali (2 years ago)
Bro u need a life if u have 1? .where is wahabi topic come here now? grow up please
Naghma Rizvi (2 years ago)
It was really an honour for me to listen to it.
Indaryanto Bpmp (2 years ago)
Beautifull Nasyid ...
Muhanned Khalid (2 years ago)
マーシャッラー! MaSha'a Allah ! ما شاء الله^^
rahym ali (2 years ago)
Dicky Surya Pratama (2 years ago)
Alfa Dwiagustiar (2 years ago)
Mohamed Salem (2 years ago)
Subhanallah Mashallah,
Nailul Hasan (2 years ago)
-----Al-Burdah poem is full of excessive eulogy------ Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds; and may His blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon all his Family and Companions. The poet who composed this poem, by name of "al-Burdah" (the garment), which was intended to praise the Prophet (may Allah's peace and blessing be upon him), fell in the disapproved excessive eulogy. The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) warned against such excessive laudation. He said: Never extol me as the Christians did extol the Son of Mary (Jesus Christ, peace be upon him), for I am no more than a slave of Allah, so say nothing more than 'His slave and messenger . [Reported by al-Bukhari ] Such disapproved extolment can be seen through the poet's saying: "O ye, Noblest of the creatures! I have none except thee To whom I may resort when serious afflictions befall me" And: "Thy knowledge has encompassed the Preserved Tablet and the Pen" These exaggerated sayings involve blatant ignorance and constitute a flagrant contradiction to the clear texts which confirm that the knowledge of the Unseen is limited to Allah Almighty alone: {And with Him are the keys of the Ghaib (all that is hidden), none knows them but He… }[6:59] and He Says: {….If I had the knowledge of the Ghaib (unseen), I should have secured for myself an abundance of wealth, and no evil should have touched me. I am but a warner, and a bringer of glad tidings unto people who believe. }[7:188]. None except Allah The Almighty can be addressed in such a way. Among His Creation are this life (mundane) and the Hereafter, and within His infinite Knowledge are the Preserved Tablet and the Pen. The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) never claimed to know of what Hidden (the Unseen) except what Allah let him know. The Noble Qur'an and the Sunnah (the Prophet's Tradition) do not contain any clue that Allah made His Prophet to know anything of what is in the Preserved Tablet or what His Pen (of predestination) has decreed. Far from that, the Qur'an and the Sunnah stressed the fact that the Prophet did not know many of the issues relating to his time's affairs. An example for that is the verse: {…And among the bedouins round about you, some are hypocrites, and so are some among the people of Al-Madinah, they exaggerate and persist in hypocrisy, you (O Muhammad SAW) know them not, We know them…. }[9:101]. As for the pieces of evidence from the Prophet's Noble Biography and Sunnah, they are innumerable. Among the examples proving this fact are: what happened during the Battle of Uhud, his eating from the poisoned ewe, the death of one of his companions because of that ewe, what happened concerning the Ifk event (the false accusation fabricated against his chaste wife Ayisha (Radiya Allahu Anha), his intention to attack the tribe of Bani al-Mustaliq, and the revelation of the verse: {O you who believe! If a rebellious evil person comes to you with a news, verify it…. }[49:6] and so on. All these matters are evidence that the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) did not know anything related to the Preserved Tablet or the Hidden knowledge (the Unseen) except what Allah made him to know through revelation. From that we are to know that the poet's saying: "O ye who had the knowledge of the Tablet and touched the Pen" is over exaggeration and mere falsification. Such allegation involves the great sin of approaching the matters of religion without knowledge. One has to beware of such matters as excessive lauding and over extolment, and abide by moderation and reasonability. May Allah guide us all to do so. For further details on the criticism of this poem, you might refer to a book entitled "Criticism of Al-Burdah, with Answers and Corrections". Allah knows best
Mohammed Nazrul Islam (3 hours ago)
+Princess Corvus the song they sang on arrival, had no shirk in it
Mohammed Nazrul Islam (3 hours ago)
+Princess Corvus no sister, this was written by a possibly Turkish Muslim whilst he was sick... Your mixed up with the song ppl sang on prophet saw arrival, that was "Tala Al badru alyna "
Mohammed Nazrul Islam (3 hours ago)
Mashallah.. Well pointed out
Princess Corvus (10 months ago)
Abu Maryam I am from Germany and unable to understand much arabic, so I never understood the lyrics fully. I was told this poem was sung by the Muslims when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salem returned to Mekkah? And he didn't scold the people? Is that right? Can you suggest me a link/book where I could get more informations?
faizan ali Shah (2 years ago)
Awesome recitation
Fui Qur (2 years ago)
subhanallah text please
abdul doorani (2 years ago)
Masha Allah
Banlieue Instruite 95 (2 years ago)
L'Islam na pas de frontière!L'Islam unis les Hommes entre eux!Mashallah!
MrAkira273 (2 years ago)
White Light (2 years ago)
The Qasida Burda has been accepted by the mainstream of Islamic scholarship as one of the greatest statements of love for the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him). It is recited across the Muslim world, from East to West, as it has been for centuries. There are dozens of commentaries on it, by many of the greatest scholars of Islam, none of whom saw any problem in its beautiful praise of the Beloved Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him). However, given its eloquence and depth, certain verses-such as those criticized by our respected critic-need to be understood as the author meant them. It is unfair to interpret others’ words in ways they did not mean. (Refer for example: The commentaries on Busiri’s Burda by Bajuri, Hamzawi, Ibn Hajar, and Shaykh Zada). Beware of minority groups or minority 'scholars' claiming to represent The "AhluSunnah wal Jamaa'ah" (The people of the way of the Prophet and the congregation/the main body of Muslims), in fact, history and numbers are against their false claims.
Princess Corvus (10 months ago)
White Light Yes, scholars do errors too. That's why we always have to check their proof and learn a lot by ourselves. Ibn Hajar, for example, was still a very knowledgeable person and we can learn a lot from him. May Allah guide us all.
Abdur Rahman Muhammad (2 years ago)
Masha Allah, very beautiful my brother.
あきaki (2 years ago)
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warota kuso (8 months ago)
アライさん どうやってアラビア語勉強してるの?
Najia Najib (1 year ago)
Did you wrote its lyric?
あきaki (2 years ago)
+chあきあき 多分こんな感じ 空耳だから分からない もっとアラビア語勉強する。発音聴く がまだ…
mohammed ismail (2 years ago)
subhaan allah
mbuh wes (2 years ago)
Lind (2 years ago)
subhanallah :) this made me cry. alhamdulillah. thank you for this.
Mohammed Anzil (2 years ago)
mashallah nice islamic song
Nailul Hasan (3 years ago)
Praise be to Allaah. Firstly: The qaseedah or ode al-Burdah is regarded as one of the most famous poems in praise of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him), if not the most famous. It was written by al-Busayri, whose full name was Muhammad ibn Sa‘eed ibn Hammaad al-Sunhaaji. He was born in 608 AH and died in 696 AH. It was said that the reason for his composing it was that al-Busayri was afflicted by a chronic disease, and no remedy was of any help; he used to send a great deal of blessings (salawaat) upon the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) until he saw the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) in a dream one night, and he covered him with his cloak (burdah), and when al-Busayri woke up, he stood up and there was no trace of sickness in him, so he composed this qaseedah. And Allah knows best whether this story is true or not. Secondly: The poem referred to includes blatant and obvious kufr and heresy. The scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah wa’l-Jamaa‘ah have studied it and criticised it, pointing out its faults and the ways in which it is contrary to the beliefs of Ahl al-Sunnah wa’l-Jamaa‘ah. Among the most prominent verses for which this poem has been criticised are the following: 1. O noblest of creation, I have no one but you to turn to except you when major calamity strikes. 2. If you do not take my hand out of kindness on the Day of Resurrection, then what great trouble I will be in. 3. This world and the Hereafter are part of what you control, and part of your knowledge is the knowledge of al-Lawh al-Mahfooz and the Pen 4. Stay away from the way of the Christians in praising their Prophet, then (after that) praise him in any way you want 5. If he were to perform miracles commensurate with his real status, his name would bring dead people back to life. 6. I have a connection to him because I am called Muhammad as he is, and he is the kindest of creation in taking care of this connection.
Nailul Hasan (1 year ago)
The truth do not depend on the number of followers, if it according to al quran and sunnah, then it is the truth.
Nailul Hasan (3 years ago)
Fahima Mash (3 years ago)
SubhanAllah Islam Rocks
_Princess xx (3 years ago)
Ma Sha Allah❤
Veer Rohmah (3 years ago)
suuuugooooiiii Arigatou brother :')
Jalalkun (3 years ago)
Sebagian Qasidah Burdah dalam bahasa Jepang

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