When was RasulAllah ﷺ granted nubuwwah?

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  1. Noori

    Noori Senior Moderator

    disclaimer: i do not intend to disrespect molana sa'id as'ad sahab if my posts and translation appear harsh to the readers, i already have reviewed previous posts and removed some words or remarks.

    however, molana sahab's 2nd clip which isaac posted here has really disappointed me, having a difference of opinion is one thing and to insinuate that the majority of ahlussunah are karamiyyah is a serious mistake (apart from his or allamah molana ashraf siyalvi sahab's opinion on this particular issue).

    in deed i have loved molana ashraf siyalvi sahab's books. until i don't see a clear cut fatwa from elder muftiyan e kiram against him, i would say for him rahimahullahi ta'ala.
     
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  2. Noori

    Noori Senior Moderator

    by the way i took these references from a refutation, except that the arabic of al-yawaqit reference was not there, therefore i copied it from the original text. now i will resume the translation.
     
  3. Noori

    Noori Senior Moderator

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  4. Noori

    Noori Senior Moderator

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  5. Noori

    Noori Senior Moderator

    before i post translations of the other posts by sidi abu Hasan, i would like to present some references which are clearly against his view. in the second clip he said that that it is the aqidah of the karamiyyah sect? would molana sahab dare to declare all these ulama among karamiyyyah? note that references also include your shaykh molana ashraf siyalvi sahab's.

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  6. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

    That might be nistūrā, the monk in busra(?) maybe. When RasulAllah ﷺ was 25 years old.
     
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2016
  7. Isaac Amini

    Isaac Amini Active Member

    I think this is covered in the 2nd clip
     
  8. Aqib alQadri

    Aqib alQadri Veteran

    anbiyaa se karuN arz ay malekoN,
    kia nabiyy hai tumhaara hamaara nabee?

    jaise sab ka khuda eik hai, waise hee,
    in ka, un ka, tumhaara hamaara nabee.

    the above couplets by Ala hazrat, azeem ulBarakat, Daryaae Rehmat, Imam Ahmed Raza Khan fazile barailwi, (alayhe rehamatu-Allahe alQawi) sum up the position of the ahle-Sunnah regarding the universal prophet-hood of our noble prophet (Allah's blessing and peace be upon him).

    he poses a question to the noble prophets thus:-
    I request the prophets thus; "O my Masters!
    Is he also your prophet, Muhammad our Holy Prophet?


    and he received the following reply:-
    just as there is just one God for all, similarly,
    for them and for all, your prophet is our Holy Prophet!
     
  9. Aqib alQadri

    Aqib alQadri Veteran

    Just expanding on brother abu Hasan's post:-

    maulana Saeed sahab should explain whether he considers Hazrat Eisa (alayhe asSalaam) a Nabi or a Rasool. We do consider him one of the Rusul - those that were given Books or a new Shariah and - as being discussed here - commanded to do Tableegh.

    Note that Hazrat Eisa (alayhe asSalaam) uses the past tense "he has made me a Nabiyy" - in the same way that Rasoolu-Allah used the past tense. so it is not necessary to start doing Tableegh to be classified as a Nabiyy.

    Hazrat Eisa (alayhe asSalaam) said these words when he was just a few days old - so did he start doing Tableegh right away or not? so does maulana sahab contend that this Rasool started doing Tableegh right away since he says he received the Book? Obviously, he cannot claim that.

    And if maulana accepts that Hazrat Eisa (alayhe asSalaam) did not start Tableegh whilst in the cradle, then why does he insist that Rasoolu-Allah cannot be said to have received prophet-hood until he started Tableegh??

    maulana Sahab loses the argument both ways.
     
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2016
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  10. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    in sha'Allah, i will explain the below.

    also, i will listen to the new clip later, in sha'Allah. but i have still not finished with mawlana sahib's first clip!

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    نسأل الله العافية
     
  11. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    if you say that imam ghazali said that it means 'taqdir', it was criticised by imam subki:

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    then imam qaSTallani says:

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    shaykh zurqani explaning this says:


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  12. Noori

    Noori Senior Moderator

    I just listened to the 2nd clip, but unfortunately in this clip molana sahab's arguments are rather very weak that a child in islamic learning like me can see the fallacies in those arguments. and what is disgusting is that he is indirectly rejecting sahih ahadith, and insinuating that the majority of ahlussunah are karamiyyah .

    but i'll leave it for sidi abu Hasan to deal with it in academic manner and his own style. I will only translate his posts here.
     
  13. Isaac Amini

    Isaac Amini Active Member

    I hope brothers didn't miss this link. This is the 2nd part of the first speech, which includes a Q&A
     
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  14. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    i had actually stopped it as a sentence without the question tag:

    and after all these three conditions were not met in the realm of souls [aalam e arwaH].
    and when i saw the 'na', i just added 'isn't it' as the latter [decried] usage in english comes from the expression in hindi/urdu. here it was used as: "isn't it so?"

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  15. Unbeknown

    Unbeknown Senior Moderator

    so there are three events:

    1. true dreams
    2. waHiy in the cave of hira
    3. actual proclamation of prophethood/commencement of tabligh

    between the 2nd and 3rd was there not an interval of time? was it not that until the revelation of "qum", (Arise and warn) the actual command for tabligh had not come? so would that mean that only after this verse he (peace be upon him) became a nabyi?

    and the blessed seal on his (peace be upon him) blessed back.

    and the words of a monk (I do not know if he was the same person) are also interesting, "none has sat under this tree but a prophet".
     
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  16. pedantic note to sidi AH:

    it is more idiomatic in English to translate
    aur ye teenoN sharTeN aalam e arwaaH meiN to nahiN payi gayiN thi na?

    as

    and after all these three conditions were not met in the realm of souls [aalam e arwaH], were they ?



    (instead of the Indo-Pakistani give-away phrase, "'isn't it?")


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    Also a maulana told me his name was Sa'eed as-Sa'ad not Saeed Asad. Allah knows best. I'm very surprised by his talk as it goes against what is commonly taught in our mosques and madrassahs...

    --

     
  17. Arshad ul Qadri

    Arshad ul Qadri New Member

    Bahar e Shariat author makes it very simple just in one line:

    dبلکہ محض عطائے الٰہی ہے، کہ جسے چاہتا ہے اپنے فضل سے دیتا ہے، ہاں! دیتا اُسی کو ہے جسے اس منصبِ عظیم کے قابل بناتا ہے، جو قبلِ حصولِ نبوّت تمام

    He mentions Qabl Husul Nubuwwat.

    It could also explain why there is so much igtilaf about what is possible and not, before and after Nubuwwah according the ashari.

    Without a doubt many other Ahadith show that the last Prophet was already a Prophet before his human form. Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam.
     
  18. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    imam bajuri quotes sayyidi ali al-khawwaS that: "the prophet was prophet from childhood"

    see tuHfatu'l murid sharh jawharah al-tawHid

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  19. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    the third condition is incorrect according to jumhur position.

    it is not a condition that a nabiy is commanded to do tabligh. and only a rasul is commanded to do tabligh.

    some scholars consider nabiy and rasul as synonymous; but according to jumhur there is a difference. and as we have seen mawlana saeed sahib ALSO makes this difference - he does not consider both the same (for he correctly identifies that a rasul CAN be a non-human, such as an angel).

    more on this later, in sha'Allah.

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    but we need to close point #2 still.

    in surah maryam, verse 30, hazrat yisa alayhi's salam says:

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    and he said, verily i am a slave of Allah, and He has given me the Book, and has made me a prophet.


    hazrat yisa alayhi's salam was a newborn child - what would be your reply to a christian who says: hazrat yisa alayhi's salam is superior to hazrat muhammad salawatullahi wa salamuhu alayh, because hazrat yisa alayhi's salam was a prophet since birth and hazrat muhammad sallALlahu alayhi wa sallam BECAME a prophet after 40 years.

    imam nasafi quotes an opinion that says he was given nubuwwat in his childhood.

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    of course, there are explanations. most mufassirin explain that the revelation is to be given in the future, but as it is a foregone conclusion and a definite occurrence that is destined, it is said here. such as the verse below:

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    the command of Allah cometh [i.e., judgement day and punishment for disbelievers]​

    even though judgement day is still far, past tense is used to mean that it is a definite occurrence.

    see tafsir kabir for lengthy dissertation and proofs for both positions; one group says that hazrat yisa was a prophet in childhood, and the other says he becomes a prophet in the future at age thirty when he receives waHy. a similar verse is about hazrat yahya alayhi's salam, but it is open to interpretation as it says: "hukm" and those who do not accept will say "hukm" here does not mean prophethood/nubuwwah.


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    o yahya, take hold of the Book firmly. and we gave him the command [prophethood] in his childhood.


    alahazrat translates it:

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    as qaDi bayDawi has said:

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    though other mufassiring say it means: 'fiqh fi'd din'

    wAllahu a'alam.

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    ali al-qari in daw al-ma'ali, under the verse:

    wa farDun lazimun taSdiqu ruslin
    wa amlakin kiramin bi'n nawali

    says:

    it is quite probable that the poet/author prefers the position that nabiy and rasul are synonymous (mean the same); and this is ibn humam's preferred position. however this is against the majority (jumhur) because rasul/messenger is a special nabi/prophet. and [a prophet] is a human to whom revelation is sent, regardless whether he is commanded to do tabligh [deliver the message] or not; however rasul or messenger is [certainly] commanded to deliver the message.

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    i do not want to digress too much, but the point mawlana saeed makes that it is a condition that prophets should do tabligh is debatable. hence, it doesn't bolster his position.

    wAllahu a'alam.
     
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  20. Isaac Amini

    Isaac Amini Active Member

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