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« on: Oct 14, 2009 04:27 AM »

Islami Davet (Islamic Invitation) Almus - Islamic Songs in Turkish

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« Reply #1 on: Oct 14, 2009 06:30 PM »


Not sure what those nasheed are about, but the images of guns and blood etc seem to be scaring people. If someone wants they can click on the link. Does anyone understand Turkish??
« Reply #2 on: Oct 14, 2009 08:29 PM »

Thanks for your nice comments. My Brother in Islam. Of course, they are about Islam. Islami Davet (Islamic Invitation) recites good nasheed about nothing but Islam. And, i'm sure you'll understand the lyrics. Because origins of most Turkish words are Arabic and Persian. There are only 3 thousand words left in our old Turkish. So, you'll get the meaning, at least guess what it is about. Smiley Because every Muslim knows Islamic Terms (in Arabic).
here check one;
la ilahe illallah means (There is no God but Allah)
Ayasofya (Hagia Sophia; one of the oldest mosques in Istanbul. Now a museum!! it is about this tragedy)
Rahmetel-lil-Alemin (Mercy for the Worlds; a nasheed about our Blessed Prophet) ... etc..
i think anyone who listens to them will understand. if not, again it is good to listen to Islamic Music Smiley
« Reply #3 on: Oct 14, 2009 08:34 PM »

And, thanks, you made me smile. As for the guns, etc. They are not directed to you or anybody else. If you read the verses and lyrics on the pics, you'll understand to whom they are directed to. One of the title is; " (Remember!..) Khaibar!.. Khaibar!.. O Zionists!.. Army of Muhammad (pbuh) is coming." and so forth..
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