Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Mulla Ali Qari and Metaphorical Prophethood

In refuting the Rafidah Shi'ah sect, Mulla Ali Qari mentions that they believe that each of their 12 Imams are Prophets in a real or literal sense and not in a metaphorical sense. He explains that a claim to Prophethood in a metaphorical sense (Al-Majaaziyah) does not necessitate a ruling of Unbelief (Kufr) or Innovation (Bid'ah)
(فكذلك كلّ إمام) أي من الأئمة الاثني عشر (عند هؤلاء) الرافضة (يقوم مقامه في النّبوّة والحجّة) يعني إن أرادوا بها الحقيقة وإلا فالمنزلة المجازية لا توجب الكفر ولا البدعة Source: Sharh ash-Shifaa, Vol. 2, P. 519



Mulla Ali Qari: True Meaning of Khaatam an Nabiyyeen and Coming of Non Law Bearing Prophets

The Hanafi scholar, Mulla Ali Qari writes:Had Ibrahim (the Prophet's son)
lived and become a prophet, and had Umar also become a prophet, they would
have been prophets under the obedience of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon
him) like Jesus, Khidr, and Elias (peace be upon them). And this would not
negate the Verse “Khaatam an Nabiyyeen” (33:40) which means: 'No prophet
can come who will abrogate his Millat or not be from his Ummah' 
 
Source: Asrar ul Marfu'ah, P. 285 
 

 

Jihad Against British Government is Haram (Ahl-i-Hadith Fatwa)

Hadrat Maulana Muhammad Hussain sahib Batalawi (Rahmatullah Alayh) condemned severely the 1857 mutineers who rebelled against the British. He writes: “To fight against this government [i.e. British rule of India] or to aid those who fight against it, even though they be one's Muslim brothers, is clear treachery and Haram...The Muslims who took part in the 1857 rebellion were seditious sinners, and according to the Qur'an and Hadith they were rebels, mischief makers and wicked. Most of the ordinary people among them were like beasts.”
Source: Al-Iqtisad fi masa'il al-Jihad, P. 49


Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Farid Shakar Ganj Claims to be a Prophet

The Sufi “saint” Farid Shakar Ganj claimed to be a Prophet in a Persian couplet:

من وليّم من علي و من نبي

The translation of which is “I am a Wali, I am Ali, I am a Prophet”
 
Source: Haqiqat Gulzar Sabri, P. 414



Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishti Claims to be the Second Jesus

The following is a Persian couplet of the Sufi "saint" Moinuddin Hasan Chishti:

دم بدم روح القدس اندر معینی می دمد
من نمی دانم مگر عیسیٰ ثانی شدم

Translation (Urdu):
 
دم بدم معین کے اندر روح القدس کو پھونکی جا رہی ہے
میں وجہ نہیں جانتا مگر عیسی ثانی ہو گیا ہوں

Translation (English):
 
"Every moment the Holy Spirit is being breathed into Mo'in.
I do not know the reason, but I have become the Second Jesus"

Source: Diwan Gharib Nawaz, P. 140


Sunday, 19 October 2014

Nawab Siddiq Hasan Khan's Interpretation of Hadith "There is No Prophet After Me"

"The Hadith 'There is no revelation after my death' is baseless. Yes the Hadith 'There is no Prophet after me' is correct, which according to the people of knowledge means there shall be no prophet after me who shall abrogate my Shari'ah"

Source: Iqtarab us Saat p. 162



Sayyidatuna Aishah (RA): Say He is Seal of Prophets But Don't Say 'No Prophet After Him'

  باسمك اللهم اللهم صلى على سيدنا محمد The Mother of Believers, sayyidatuna A’ishah سلام الله عليها reportedly said: قُولُوا خَاتَمُ الن...