Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (702)

PART SEVEN HUNDRED TWO

 

Hikmah #7011

“After Jumadil Kubra died in Trowulan-East

Java, Mawlana Malik Isra’il Turk continued

to learn about the Culture of Javanese and

even learned Sundanese language as used

by the Sundanese in western parts of Java.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7012

“About twenty years later, Malik Isra’il Turk

went back to Hamadan, Persia to meet his

senior Mawlana Malik Ibrahim Kashan and

his other good companion Muhammad Ali

Akbar to inform them about Java Heritage.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7013

“At that moment, Mawlana Malik Ibrahim

had eight dedicated partners in spirituality.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

“Say (O Muhammad): ‘This is my way: I call (people) to God with insight, I and those who follow me.'”

( Surat Yusuf verse 108 )

 

Hikmah #7014

“Those eight are: Ishaq as-Samarqandi,

Jumadil Qubra, Muhammad Maghrabi,

Muhammad Ali Akbar, and his relative

Muhammad Baqir (who would also be

called as Shaykh Subakir by Javanese),

Hasanuddin and Aliyyu’ddin, and Malik

Isra’il, who had just returned from Java.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7015

“Using the intelligence given by Mawlana

Malik Israil Turk, Mawlana Malik Ibrahim

directed Muhammad al-Maghrabi on his

behalf to ride to Edirne to counsel Sultan

Bayezid of the Ottomans to absorb from

the Javanese Majapahit how to conquer

Mongols, yet Bayezid did not listen, thus

Ottoman was conquered by the Mongol.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7016

“After Sultan Bayezid died in capture, his

fourth son Mehmed Celebi, then twenty

two years old, did not want to make the

same mistake made by his father, so he

listened to the advise of Mawlana Malik

Ibrahim Kashan thru Mawlana Maghribi.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7017

“Mawlana Malik Ibrahim gave advice to 

Mehmed I Celebi to officially assign him

to manage a delegation to Java, so that

with that official assignment it would be

easier for Malik Ibrahim and his team to

be welcomed by Majapahit Royal family

and to make strategic alliance between

the Ottoman and the Majapahit Nobles.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7018

“Mehmed I Celebi approved that idea,

so he sent the Walisongo delegation

 

Walisongo 1st Term (1404-1419):

1 Mawlana Malik Ibrahim from Kashan

2 Mawlana Ishaq from Samarqand

3 Shaykh Jumadil Qubra from Egypt

4 Mawlana Maghrabi from Morocco

5 Mawlana Malik Israil from Oghuz Turk

6 Mawlana Muhammad Ali Akbar al-Farsi

7 Mawlana Hasanuddin from Palestine

8 Mawlana Aliyyuddin from Palestine

9 Shaykh Subakir al-Farsi from Persia.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395H – )

 

Hikmah #7019

“During two centuries, Majlis Walisongo

had been led by seven grand awliyullah

 

1 Mawlana Malik Ibrahim (1404-1419)

2 Mawlana Ishaq Samarqandi (1421-1466)

3 Ali Rahmatullah Sunan Ampel (1466-1481)

4 Raden Ainul Yaqin Sunan Giri I (1481-1506)

5 Makdum Ibrahim Sunan Bonang (1506-1525)

6 Syarif Hidayatullah S. Gunung Jati (1525-1569)

7 Sunan Prapen / Sunan Giri IV (1570-1605).”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #7020

“In each periode/term, there are more

than nine Walisongo saints, however

the leading Walisongo saints in each

periode consisted only by nine most

supervisory saints in that assembly

during the 2nd up to the 10th term.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

“And We have not sent you (Muhammad), except as a mercy to the worlds.”

( Surat Al-‘Anbiya‘ verse 107 )

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