Is this verse correct??

Discussion in 'Poetry' started by SAFIYYAH, Aug 10, 2007.

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    SAFIYYAH New Member

    salaam. It's not something for everybody to understand you can take to the best of what your knowledge can comprehend.
    I agree with the sunni teherek brother that we have a lot to worry for on the day on judgment but the verse mentioned here are not talking about that. and ALLAH knows best.
  2. Sunni Tehreek

    Sunni Tehreek New Member

    Asslam u Alaikum,
    Brother you are right that many ulema have expressed there concerns on this poem, Mufti Muneeb ur Rehman sahib said that these kind of poems are completely wrong e.g such as saying that there is nothing to worry about on the day of judgement, hazrat proved from quranic verses that this is incorrect. A speech was given in uk last year on this issue.
    Jazak Allah
  3. Yaseen

    Yaseen Active Member

    The reason I ask is because a number of Sunni 'ulama have voiced concerns on this verse. I would appreciate some input from Sidi Abu Nibras and Sidi Abu Hasan as I personally don't understand why.

    Jazakallah khair
  4. i agree with ahle sunnah bhai!
    it is a clever use of language to praise the Habib صلى الله عليه وسلم

    A rough translation:

    The Day of Judgment will be a sight to behold indeed!
    When, with tresses flowing, he arrives another shattering event will occur during Qayamah!
  5. Assalaam Alaikum

    Whats wrong with it?

    I think the reciter is talking of the blessed presence of the Holy Prophet(sallalaahu Alaihi Wassallam) on the day of judgement,and the emotional and visual "qayamat"(metaphorically) it will bring about for him(recitor).
  6. Yaseen

    Yaseen Active Member

    I was listening to a new na'at where one of the verse is as follows:

    Hashr ka din bhi 'ajab deykhney wala hoga
    Zulf lehra kay wo jab ayegey phir qiyamat mein bhi ik our
    qiyamat hogi.

    It doesn't sound right to me. What do you think?


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