New Nasheed Videos
Marhaban Ya Ramadhaan (Welcome oh Ramadhaan)
Poedjies One –
The first of our Ramadhaan Poedjies (Cape-colloquial for a short invocation recited with a distinct Cape melody) is Subhana al-Malik al-Quddus (The Transcendent King, The Sacred). It is an established Sunna to recite these words after the Witr prayer three times and to pull the third recitation in an audible tone.
Allahumma Sallimnaa Li Ramadhaan
Oh Allah preserve us for Ramadhaan, preserve Ramadhaan for us and accept it from us.
Allah is enough for us and the best to guard our affairs.
La ilaha illa Allah –
by the WAITT group
(There is none worthy of worship but Allah).
“Verily Allah and His angels shower blessings on the Prophet (s). O, Believer! Send blessings upon him and salute him with a worthy salutation.” Before the Prophet Muhammad, SallAllahu alayhi wa sallam, entered into Madina, it was known as Yathrib, the place of disease, since all who entered it fell Ill soon thereafter. Once he, peace be upon him, entered it, that changed and the city was dubbed ‘The Illuminated City’ or ‘Al-Madina Al-Munawwara’. Perhaps, and we pray for this Ya Allah, if we fill our homes and our city with Salawaat (prayers and salutations) upon the Prophet, the disease would leave and be followed be ease and Nur (light).
Al Widaa –
Farewell, Farewell O Ramadan_Peace be upon you oh Ramadhaan
by Al Jeem
An anthem of the Cape of Good Hope, Ya Mustapha is a nasheed of salutations on the Chosen one, Prophet Muhammad salla Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam.
Aisha by Huda & Iman
‘Aisha – A Nasheed dedicated to the beloved wife of RasuluLlah salla Allahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. An Al Jeem production.
Rafeeq Domingo represents Al Jeem with his rendition of Ya Mustapha (The Chosen One), an anthem of the Cape of Good Hope.
Group Dhikr Programmes
Esa and Jamaat
Al Ameen Dhikr Jamaat
Ratib al-Haddad with Shaykh Habib Kadhim
The Gadat – the Ratib al-Haddad (sequence of remembrances of Imam al-Haddad) with Shaykh Habib Kadhim (a descendant of Imam al-Haddad) from Hadramawt, Yemen. In the traditional way of the People of the South.