'mission pura karna'

Discussion in 'Hanafi Fiqh' started by AbdalQadir, Sep 15, 2021.

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  1. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

    He probably meant continue the mission.

    But generally, wahabis don't know correct adab with RasulAllah ﷺ. Someone on the way of Alahazrat wouldn't say that and if they accidentally did, would correct themselves.
     
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  2. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    bad choice of words. i don't think anyone calling themselves muslims would say that.
    even sunni speakers use such phrases, without thinking through the implication and what it might ALSO mean.

    you can read into a lot of things and extrapolate that it also means this or that or something else. but you should not. take people at face value and Allah knows what is in their hearts. as long as it is not an explicit statement, ta'wil is possible.

    it could also be possible that he genuinely believed that the 'mission was not complete'. al-iyadhu billah. even in such a case it is categorised under jahl/ignorance and not under sabb/insult.

    wAllahu a'alam.
     
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  3. AbdalQadir

    AbdalQadir time to move along! will check pm's.

    I was watching an urdu wahabi channel, and the anchor says at the end, something more or less like 'humein Huzoor Paak sal Allau 3alaihi wa sallam ka mission pura karna hai' and then talks about da3wah and tabligh

    Can this be construed as

    1) beadabi implying noncompletion of Prophetic (3alaihis salam) mission wal 3eyadhu billah

    2) bad knowledge of english and urdu and choice of words

    3) favorably implying that the jobs of da3wah and tabligh are commanded to us by the Prophet 3alaihis salam

    am i overanalyzing this anchor's words or is it really problematic (to say the least)?

    reason for investigating - wahabis have been notorious in the past too for saying nonsense like iaw 'came with the da3wah of Tawhid' and so on.
     

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