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@Aqdas could u move my post below to the Irfan Shah thread as I posted it here by mistake
reflections on celebrations [abu Hasan]
new-year days, birthdays and anniversaries...milestones on a path that leads to a deep and rotting pit or a beautiful garden.
i can see the joy
and hastening fervent
of those, who go
a warrior, valiant -
returning from the front
a diligent student,
and a lover ardent
for a welcome fragrant
a thriving merchant
with his fortune present
but does it warrant
to rejoice frequent,
for those errant -
whose failure patent?
a student, truant,
and a fleeing tyrant
or a lover peccant?
yet, we celebrate our birthdays and have parties on new year's day. for what? for wasting another year? with the knowledge that we inch towards our graves which shall be a garden of comfort for those who strive, and a pit of darkness for those who spend their lives in heedlessness, ghaflah. truly, we have...
Something that I have discussed with some local ulema. I am attaching the relevant scans here as well from Fatwa Fazul Rasool.
It would be great If Abu Hassan expands on this in his upcoming revised editon/version in sha Allah.
1) The Birth of a Prophet After Prophet Mohammad صلى الله عليه وسلم is Mustahil Aradi and NOT mustahil Dhati.
What this means is that Allah could have willed otherwise BUT since He has informed us of His Decree that Prophet Mohammad صلى الله عليه وسلم is the Last Prophets we know then that the birth of a Prophet after himصلى الله عليه وسلم WILL NEVER EVER be.
2) The Pardon of Kafir is Mustahil Aradi and NOT mustahil Dhati (according to the Asharis).
What this means is that Allah could have willed otherwise BUT since He has informed us of His Decree that mushrikeen will be in hellfire forever, we know the Pardon of a Kafir will NEVER EVER be.
3) Nazir of Prophet Mohammad...
Can someone please post the duration (number of years) Alahazrat stayed in Makkah and Madinah.
Another leading scholar said:
'Superb poster by aH on Deo conflict. This will benefit those who cannot be bothered to read yet talk on this issue.'
I believe this book also needs to published alongside Bad' al-Amali and Who Is AlaHazrat? Excellent work with beneficial appendices clarifying important matters. I'm very skeptical about reading Sirah translations by non-Sunnis. I'll be more than happy to assist financially with this coming into fruition.
this infographic has chronology of 23 years:
but the layout of the turkish infog is nice; not surprising, as he is a professional artist.
It has identical or similar narrations and given the shaykh's erudition it can safely be presumed that they are not mawdu' even if they might not meet the standards of the saHiHayn. A keralite shafi'i scholar confirmed this and also told me that the work is based on a similar one written by hujjat-ul-Islam, Imam al ghazzali (raHimahullah).
alHamdulillah, it has the same sunni aqaid which are also taught by our urdu speaking scholars from north India.
Some parts of the recitation are accompanied by the daff, which, in my opinion, is distracting and should have been avoided. However, this is the best one I...
one 'waaw' was missing in the arabic text. it has been added now and the newer images uploaded. please download the corrected version.
26th november 2016 / 1.28PM madinah time
also please inform us of any other mistakes you may find.
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