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Waqf-e-Nau

  1. Waqf-e-Nau members should daily read religious books, even if it be a few pages. (January 18, 2013).
  2. 100% of Waqf-e-Nau members should listen to the Friday sermon … The department, as well as parents, should pay special attention to this. (January 18, 2013).
  3. The administration should try and make interactive Waqf-e-Nau programs. (January 18, 2013).
  4. [Regarding Waqf-e-Nau] Each country should form a committee to ascertain, within three to four months, what its requirements for the next 10 years are. How many missionaries will they require, how many translators, how many doctors and other experts. The Waqf-e-Nau Department should properly follow up on these reports. (January 18, 2013).
  5. Local Waqf-e-Nau departments should hold bi-annual forums for members. (January 18, 2013).
  6. If, in places, special arrangement for Waqf-e-Nau is not available, they can join their peers in following the general syllabus of Atfal, Khuddam or Lajna. Or the syllabi can be merged. (January 18, 2013).
  7. The Waqf-e-Nau syllabus can be translated in different languages. This has been done in Sweden. (January 18, 2013).
  8. Waqf-e-Nau is the most important scheme to fulfil the future needs of the Community. Understanding this need, parents as well as the Waqf-e-Nau Department, should be fully active. [The department needs to be active so that] when these children enter practical life, they can save their respective people and also attain betterment themselves. (October 22, 2010).
  9. Huzoor instructed the Waqf-e-Nau department to keep records of the various careers the children aspire to follow so that the Jama’at would have a clear indication of the future professions of the Waqf-e-Nau children. (June 18, 2004).
  10. While renewing their pledges, disclosure of this intent by the Waqfeen-e-Nau is necessary at the age of 15. In this regard, I have issued a directive to the administration concerned to get from them in writing at the age of 15 that they will or want to continue the Waqf. At the age of 15 or 21, those who have not joined the Jamia’, when they have completed education, it is necessary for all of them to rewrite the pledge. And if, in between, they are asked to get training in some field, they should pen it again. So, at all stages, according to his heartfelt wish, the Waqf-e-Nau should express to continue his Waqf. (28th October, 2016).
  11. Keep in view the saying of the Holy Prophet (sa) that we should look at the one who is financially lower than us and look at the one who is spiritually higher than us so that we strive to go further in spiritual progress rather than material progress. Therefore, the Waqf-e-Nau boys who have completed their education should try to improve their spiritual condition, rather than the outward and material condition. (28th October, 2016).
  12. The Waqfeen-e-Nau should improve a lot in the standards of contentment and sacrifice. They should not think that if they are financially weak, then, maybe their siblings will consider them lower or the parents will not pay attention to them as they do to others. In the first place, the parents should never entertain the thought that life devotees are lower. They should have the view that the standard and status of Waqfeen-e-Nau is very high. But Waqfeen-e-Nau should always consider themselves to be the humblest persons in the world. Waqfeen-e-Nau should improve the standards of sacrifice, prayers and faithfulness. (28th October, 2016).
  13. Some people infuse into the minds of their Waqfeen-e-Nau children that they are very special children. The result is that even when they become adults, this ‘specialness’ sticks in their minds. These queries and matters have also reached me here. They dilute the essence of Waqf and assume, by way of the title of Waqf-e-Nau, that they have become special. Some of them have developed the idea in their hearts that since they are in Waqfeen-e-Nau, they need not attend the programs of Nasirat and Lajna if they are girls, and they need not attend the programs of Atfal and Khuddam if they are boys; they have a separate organization. This is a wrong idea, if someone has it. Any office-bearer, even the Amir Jama’at, is a member of a related auxiliary organization. (28th October, 2016).
  14. Therefore, every Waqf-e-Nau boy and girl should remember that they are the members of their organizations according to their ages and it is incumbent upon them to attend their programs, and if someone doesn’t attend, then, the president of the relevant organization should report them. If that Waqf-e-Nau doesn’t improve, then such a child … will be removed from the Waqf-e-Nau scheme. (28th October, 2016).
  15. If there are some programs of the Jama’at, Waqf-e-Nau program, or programs of the auxiliary organizations, then, with mutual understanding, such timings can be set that auxiliary organizations and Waqf-e-Nau do their programs separately and there is no clash. (28th October, 2016).
  16. If they are girls, then their dress and purdah is symbolic of true Islamic education. When others see it, they will be envious and say that despite living in this environment, their dresses and purdah are an extraordinary model. Then they will be special. If they are boys, then their eyes will be looking down due to chasteness and not wandering toward culpable actions. Then they will be special. (28th October, 2016).
  17. While going through the different phases of the religious and secular education, ask the Jama’at about what line you should follow or decide by yourselves. I have said before that the Waqf-e-Nau boys should give the first priority to go Jamia to become a murabbi or a mubaligh. It is the need of the hour. The Jama’at is expanding. New Jama’ats are forming not only in the countries where the Jama’at was established long ago, but Allah is also bestowing the Jama’at with new countries, and Jama’ats are being established there. And, in every country, we need a great number of murabbis and mubalighs. (28th October, 2016).