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Inna Fil Jannati – Sami Yousuf (Lyrics)

Inna Fil Jannati - Sami Yousuf (Lyrics)

Inna Fil Jannati – Sami Yousuf (Lyrics)

Inna Fil jannati nahran min laban
Surely, a river of milk flows in heaven,

Li `Aliyyin wa Husainin wa Hasan
For Ali, Hussain, and Hasan.

Kullu man kana muhibban lahumu
And all those who have love for these three,

Yadkhulul jannata min ghairi hazan
shall enter the garden without any misery.

Hubbu ahlil bayti fardun `indana
For us, love of the Prophet’s family is an obligation,

Wa bi hathal hubbi la nakhshal mihan
And with a love like that, we fear no tribulation.

Inna Fil jannati nahran min laban
Surely, a river of milk flows in heaven,

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Sami Yusuf is a British singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, record producer, and humanitarian, born in Tehran, Iran. Yusuf gained international attention with the release of his debut album, Al-Mu`allim, in 2003. Now with over 34 million albums sold, he performs at venues around the world. The BBC, CNN, ARTE, FRANCE 24, Reuters, Time, Rolling Stone, and Music Week are among the media outlets that have covered him and his work. His seventh studio album, Barakah, was released in 2016.

Sami Yusuf was born on 1980 in Tehran to Azerbaijani parents.. His grandparents are from Baku, Azerbaijan. His grandparents left Baku when it was recaptured by the Bolsheviks after the First World War. From an early age, Yusuf showed great interest in music. He was influenced by the wide range of musical genres available to him in his home town of Ealing in West London, immersing himself especially in Western classical music and Middle Eastern music. He learned piano and violin as well as traditional instruments including oud, setar, and tonbak. In 2003, although considering pursuing a career in law, he produced and released his first album. It quickly became an international success and launched Yusuf’s professional music career. Yusuf studied music as a composition student at the prestigious Royal Academy, as well as at Salford University in north-west England.

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