ibn nasiruddin dimashqi on mawlid

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  1. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    it is as sayyidi abu nibras has said: hafiz shamsuddin ibn nasiruddin al-dimashqi raĥimahullāh. this has been cited from ĥusn al-maqşid fi ámal al-mawlid of imām suyūţī; also found in al-hāwī li'l fatāwī.





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    update: the error has been corrected in the title.
     
  2. abu nibras

    abu nibras Staff Member

    i think its hafiDh shamsuddin ibn nasiruddin al-dimishqi, can sidi abu Hasan please check his reference.

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  3. should the name of the author be Nasir al-Din or Ibn Nasir al-Din ?
     
  4. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    arabic
     

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  5. abu nibras

    abu nibras Staff Member

    :durood:
     
  6. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    wa laysa lanā illā ilayka firāranā
    wa ayna firāru'n nāsi illā ila'r ruslī


    and we have no place to flee [for refuge], except towards you,
    where else can the people flee except towards the Messengers?


    [from Hadith]

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    idhā kāna hādha kāfiran jā'a dhammuhu
    bi tabbat yadāhu fi'l jaĥīmi mukhalladā

    atā annahu fi yawmi'l ithnayni dāyiman
    yukhaffafu ánhu li's surūri bi aĥmadā

    fa ma'ž žannu bi'l ábdi'l ladhī ţūla úmrihi
    bi aĥmada masrūran wa māta muwaĥĥidā


    if this is what a kafir gets, who is deplored [in the qur’ān]
    in the words: `destroyed be his both hands', who will remain in hell forever.

    it has been reported that that he gets a reprieve every monday
    his torment subsides on account of his pleasure for ahmed* şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam


    then, can you imagine what a slave of Allāh will get, who has
    rejoiced in aĥmed şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam all his life, and dies a monotheist.

    [will he not receive any reward or reprieve?]

    * reported in Ĥadīth, that abū lahab, the kafir, gets a reprieve every monday. when RasūlAllāh şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam was born, thuwaybah, a bondmaid of abū lahab came to him with the good news. abū lahab was pleased at this news and he set her free by gesturing with his forefinger. it is reported by a sahabi that he saw abū lahab saying that he gets reprieve in his grave every monday on account of his finger [by which he set free thuwaybah or rejoiced in the birth of Aĥmed şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam].
     
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