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Discussion in 'General Topics' started by AbdalQadir, Nov 19, 2020.
سبحان الله !!
Kaukab Noorani touches on the point of IF there was foul play by the establishment as well as other Sunnis in Pakistan are suspicious.
If he's a martyr, that only makes him that much more superior. Rahimahullah.
In sha Allah Sunnis can honour Allama Sahib's legacy and unite on the honour of the Holy prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).
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simultaneous post as @shahnawazgm; hence deleted.
That video is actually about his brother, he wrote that poetry for him whilst he was in jail.
Anyway we should not be discussing why Jalali sahib has not offered his condolence in "public". Is he required to do so in public by shariat? Why can't we have husne zann for him that he must have made dua in private?
All you had to do was search a little bro
sorry yeah you are right... this is not the right time.
Let's just talk about the other stuff after the janazah and soyem.
Yeah I get that @abdulqadir but they did an hour speech yesterday and an 1/2 hour one today. Why I called it a shame was that both scholars were influential in awaking the Sunni public and would have been nice if that ikhtilaf was ended.
Namaze janazah can be seen live here:
10 AM Pak time afaik.
Could it be because Jalali saab was released from jail just a few hours before his passing, so maybe he's just himself recuperating from his ordeal there and might have something to say within the next few days or at the janazah tomorrow? Or maybe he's being watched by the authorities or isn't allowed to speak publicly or something.
No need to call it a shame just yet. Janazah namaz itself is farze kifaya, what about giving condolences?
Allah knows best.
One shame is that the issue between them and Jalali Sahib was resolved. Jalali Sahib has yet to comment on their passing
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajiun.
إنّا للهِِ وإنّا إليهِ راجِعون
inna lilahi wa inna ilahi rajiun