moon landing

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  1. Taftazani

    Taftazani New Member

    They can never answer basic questions like “How much fuel was used?”. The moon is supposed to be nearly 250,000 miles away. How did they get there and then come back? Why haven’t they gone back since?

    It is a joke. But these days if you question anything you are labelled a conspiracy theorist.
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  2. Unbeknown

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  3. Unbeknown

    Unbeknown Senior Moderator

    I don't think it necessary to comment on the deceased - he might not have said it after all.

    But what's the deal with the murids? If acrobatics is what they're after - a poltergeist would suit them better than a pir.

    As for Gordon Cooper - he seems to be full of stuff that can't be independently corroborated.
  4. Mubashar Luqman

    Mubashar Luqman New Member

    Seems like Shaykh Nazim has made it to space too.

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  7. AbdalQadir

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

  8. Are you crackheads still discussing this!!!!!! No wonder nobody takes what you say seriously.

    Abu Hasan, get out more mate, the PC is frying your brain :)
  9. sunnistudent

    sunnistudent Veteran

    The book by Mufti e Azam ( Mustafa Rida Khan) Rh is included in "Fatwa Mustafawiya" which is now published in one condensed book having all 3 parts together.

    The book by Mufti Sharif al haq Amjadi (Rh) is " Islam aur chaand ka safar".
  10. chisti-raza

    chisti-raza Veteran

    I suggest that you read the book first.
  11. sag e raza

    sag e raza Active Member

    Muhadith al-Kabeer Allama Diya al-Mustafa says that Mufti Azam al-Hind said there is a possibility but the First moon landing was a hoax
  12. chisti-raza

    chisti-raza Veteran

    Salam Masnun brother,

    I am referring to the great Gawth of his age, the Gnostic Imam Mustafa Rida Khan the youngest son of Ala Hazrat - radiAllahu anhuma.
  13. muslim 1st Sunni 2nd

    muslim 1st Sunni 2nd Active Member

    Who are you referring to when you say Mufti al-Azam?
  14. chisti-raza

    chisti-raza Veteran

    Sayyiduna Mufti al-Azam's - radiAllahu anhu - view was that travel to the moon is a possibility. I don't know what the Gawth's (Imam Mustafa Rida Khan) view on the first moon landing was though.

    The very learned and senior Mufti Sharif ul-Haq Amjadi - alaihi rahmah did research into this and wrote a detailed book on the subject. does anyone know of this book or the name of the book?
  15. kattarsunni

    kattarsunni Veteran

  16. kattarsunni

    kattarsunni Veteran

  17. Brother Kattar... Tell us more :)
  18. kattarsunni

    kattarsunni Veteran

    The books taught in the dars e nizami syllabus are: alTasrih sharh Tashril Aflak, Sharh Chighmini, alQanun alMas'udi, and epistles on the astrolabe and many other works.

    The seven heaven referred to in these works are in the jargon of the philosophers. What Hadrat Sahib by saying 'the first heaven' is sama alDunya. Which basically means everything that is directly below the first sama is metaphorically referred to as the first heaven, even though it is directly below the first heaven and in reality is fada (space).
    The seven heavens in Philosophy are theseven concentric circles around the earth and not the metaphysical seven heavens.
  19. For some pretty bright guys (some of you!) you come out with some pretty thick stuff sometimes...

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