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  • Grotbags
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    Looks like people have gone totally off topic, this thread has served its purpose.

    Grotbags

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  • aboosait
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    Originally posted by junaid123 View Post
    ............I will say: "yessss fadhaile amal contains deviant stories" . ........
    http://www.ahya.org/amm/modules.php?...icle&artid=192

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  • junaid123
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    Originally posted by aboosait View Post
    [color="blue"][center]that was long long before the "seal' of the prophets was sent
    "i deny all the stories which has something to do with Inspiration,kashf and ilham, and fatwa of ibn taymiyah"

    I will say: "yessss fadhaile amal contains deviant stories" .

    Deal or No Deal?

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  • OUmmah
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    Originally posted by junaid123 View Post
    He knows whether it is male or female,
    Brother your personal insults are wearing thin now, watch your mouth, I have acted with sabr after your continual slander.

    I am not saying this. Dr Zakir Naik said this.

    Tafseer (not Quran not mentioned in the Quran) says : Allah alone knows the sex of the child in the womb

    Science and Common knowledge : Get an ultrasound and they will tell you the sex of the child in the womb.

    Contradiction in the Quran ?? NO !! Mistake made by people who did tafsir.

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  • aboosait
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    Originally posted by junaid123 View Post
    (and we inspired[/color] the mother of musa (telling): "suckle him, but when you fear for him, then cast him into the river and fear not, nor grieve. Verily, we shall bring him back to you, and shall make him one of (our) messengers.'')
    that was long long before the "seal' of the prophets was sent

    and allah has mentione it in the final revelation.

    Please note that qur'an is the final revelation and therefore there will be no more revelations

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  • junaid123
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    Originally posted by OUmmah View Post
    It does not mean sex as the people who made tafseer mistakingly thought. I merely stepped in to clarify the Quran.
    Sure "self-taught" mufassir saab:

    In his Tafsir of this ayah, Ibn Kathir, may Allah have mercy on him, said: "Allah is telling us here of His complete knowledge: nothing is hidden from Him and He knows fully what the females of every species carry in their wombs. He says (Interpretation of the meaning): ‘(He) knows that which is in the wombs,’ i.e., He knows whether it is male or female, good or bad, destined for Paradise or doomed to Hell, whether its life will be long or short. Similarly He says (Interpretation of the meaning): ‘He knows you well when He created you from the earth, and when you were foetuses in your mothers’ wombs’ [al-Najm 53:32]

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  • junaid123
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    Originally posted by aboosait View Post
    On grounds do you say 'what is in the womb' refers to the sex of the embryo?
    i dont say its tafsir says:

    In his Tafsir of this ayah, Ibn Kathir, may Allah have mercy on him, said: "Allah is telling us here of His complete knowledge: nothing is hidden from Him and He knows fully what the females of every species carry in their wombs. He says (Interpretation of the meaning): ‘(He) knows that which is in the wombs,’ i.e., He knows whether it is male or female, good or bad, destined for Paradise or doomed to Hell, whether its life will be long or short. Similarly He says (Interpretation of the meaning): ‘He knows you well when He created you from the earth, and when you were foetuses in your mothers’ wombs’ [al-Najm 53:32]

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  • OUmmah
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    Originally posted by aboosait View Post
    "Allah knows what is in the womb " is a fragment of a Verse which you have cunningly cut out to prove your point. On grounds do you say 'what is in the womb' refers to the sex of the embryo?

    Now let us read the Verse from where you have cut out that fragment. and try to understand the meanings.


    Surah Luqman (Luqman)
    إِنَّ اللَّهَ عِندَهُ عِلْمُ السَّاعَةِ وَيُنَزِّلُ الْغَيْثَ وَيَعْلَمُ مَا فِي الْأَرْحَامِ وَمَا تَدْرِي نَفْسٌ مَّاذَا تَكْسِبُ غَدًا وَمَا تَدْرِي نَفْسٌ بِأَيِّ أَرْضٍ تَمُوتُ إِنَّ اللَّهَ عَلِيمٌ خَبِيرٌ (31:34)

    31:34 (Asad) Verily, with God alone rests the knowledge of when the Last Hour will come: and He [it is who] sends down rain; and He [alone] knows what is in the wombs: [31] whereas no one knows what he will reap tomorrow, and no one knows in what land he will die, Verily. God [alone] is all-knowing, all-aware.

    Note [31] This relates not merely to the problem of the sex of the as yet unborn embryo, but also to the question of whether it will be born at all, and if so, what its natural endowments and its character will be, as well as what role it will be able to play in life: and life itself is symbolized by the preceding mention of rain, and the end of all life in this world, by the mention of the Last Hour
    It does not mean sex as the people who made tafseer mistakingly thought. The word sex is not mentioned in the ayah. We can find out sex easily with ultrasound while child is in womb. I have retired myself from this debate, I merely stepped in to clarify the Quran.

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  • aboosait
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    "Allah knows what is in the womb " is a fragment of a Verse which you have cunningly cut out to prove your point. On grounds do you say 'what is in the womb' refers to the sex of the embryo?

    Now let us read the Verse from where you have cut out that fragment. and try to understand the meanings.


    Surah Luqman (Luqman)
    إِنَّ اللَّهَ عِندَهُ عِلْمُ السَّاعَةِ وَيُنَزِّلُ الْغَيْثَ وَيَعْلَمُ مَا فِي الْأَرْحَامِ وَمَا تَدْرِي نَفْسٌ مَّاذَا تَكْسِبُ غَدًا وَمَا تَدْرِي نَفْسٌ بِأَيِّ أَرْضٍ تَمُوتُ إِنَّ اللَّهَ عَلِيمٌ خَبِيرٌ (31:34)

    31:34 (Asad) Verily, with God alone rests the knowledge of when the Last Hour will come: and He [it is who] sends down rain; and He [alone] knows what is in the wombs: [31] whereas no one knows what he will reap tomorrow, and no one knows in what land he will die, Verily. God [alone] is all-knowing, all-aware.

    Note [31] This relates not merely to the problem of the sex of the as yet unborn embryo, but also to the question of whether it will be born at all, and if so, what its natural endowments and its character will be, as well as what role it will be able to play in life: and life itself is symbolized by the preceding mention of rain, and the end of all life in this world, by the mention of the Last Hour

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  • junaid123
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    Originally posted by aboosait View Post
    So what makes you call anyone who asks you to read and follow the Qur'an as a Hadith rejector?[/COLOR]

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  • rahamath
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    Originally posted by junaid123 View Post
    Some stories of Kufr and shirk of Sahaba(rd) according to "hadith rejector" Aboosait and his fellows who are "Self-taught":

    2 - Abu Qurfasah:

    "The Romans imprisoned a son of the Companion, Abu Qurfasah. So, whenever it was time for prayer, Abu Qurfasah would climb the wall of 'Asqalan (in Syria) and call out: "O, son! It is time to pray!" And, his son would hear him all the way from the land of the Romans."

    ['Majma' az-Zawa'id' (9/396), and it is authentic]

    Wow he got a Nokia Mobile!

    3 - Ibn 'Abbas:

    "Ibn 'Abbas died in at-Ta'if, and a bird, the likes of which had never been seen before, was seen at his funeral. The bird entered the hole in the ground where Ibn 'Abbas was to be buried. So, we looked and waited to see if it would come out, and it didn't. When his body was finally placed in the ground, we could hear the verse {"O, the one in rest and satisfaction! Come back to your Lord, Well-pleased and well-pleasing!"} [al-Fajr; 27-8] being recited from the edge of his grave, but we were unable to find out who had recited it."

    [Reported by al-Hakim in 'al-Mustadrak' (3/543), and it is authentic]


    4 - 'Umar bin al-Khattab:


    'Abdullah bin Mas'ud narrated:

    "A man from among the humans went out and was met by a man from among the jinn, who said: "Will you wrestle with me? If you throw me to the ground, I will teach you an verse which, if you recite it when you enter your house, no devil will enter." So, he wrestled with him and threw him to the ground. He said: "I see that you are very small and your forearms are like the front paws of a dog. Are all the jinn like this, or only you?" He said: "I am strong amongst them. Let us wrestle again." So, they wrestled again and the human threw him to the ground. So, the jinn said: "Recite Ayat al-Kursi, for no one recites it when he enters his house except that Satan leaves, passing wind like a donkey.""

    It was said to Ibn Mas'ud: "Was that man 'Umar?"

    He said: "Who else could it have been, other than 'Umar?"

    ['Majma' az-Zawa'id'; 9/71, and it is authentic]


    5 - Zayd bin Kharijah al-Ansari:

    Sa'id bin al-Musayyib narrated:

    "Zayd bin Kharijah al-Ansari died during the reign of 'Uthman bin 'Affan. When he was wrapped in a shroud and being prepared for burial, a gurgling sound was heard coming from his chest, then Zayd got up and said: "Ahmad! Ahmad! He is in the first Book! Abu Bakr has spoken the truth! 'Umar has spoken the truth! 'Uthman has spoken the truth!""

    ['al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah'; 6/293; and it is authentic]

    Sa'id then said:

    "Then, another man died shortly thereafter. When he was wrapped in a shroud and being prepared for burial, a gurgling sound was heard coming from his chest. The man then got up and said: "Zayd bin Kharijah has spoken the truth!""

    ['Majma' az-Zawa'id'; 8/230, and it is authentic]


    6 - Hamzah bin 'Abd al-Muttalib:

    "When the bodies of the martyrs of Uhud were being relocated forty years after their burial (during the reign of Mu'awiyah), the foot of Hamzah bin 'Abd al-Muttalib was scratched in the process of being moved, and it started gushing blood."

    ['al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah'; 4/43, and it is authentic]


    7 - al-'Ala' al-Hadrami:

    Abu Hurayrah narrated:

    "al-'Ala' al-Hadrami supplicated for rain, and it then began to rain in the middle of the desert. In another incident, he supplicated, and we were able to walk over the water in the Arabian Peninsula (near Bahrain), without even the bottom of our feet getting wet. When he died, we buried him, and after a while, we opened up his grave to find that he was not there."

    ['Majma' az-Zawa'id'; 9/276]


    8 - Salman and Sa'd:

    "When Sa'd and the Muslim army arrived at the Tigris River during the battle of Qadisiyyah, Salman stopped and said: "A river from the rivers of Allah. Will it not carry the soldiers of Allah?" So, he took Sa'd by the hand and stepped onto the water, leading all 30,000 soldiers across the Tigris River on foot. The Persians saw this and escaped, saying: "The demons have arrived! The demons have arrived!""

    [Reported by at-Tabari in 'at-Tarikh' (3/123), and Ibn Kathir in 'al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah' (7/64)]


    9 - Khalid bin al-Walid:


    Khayshamah narrated:

    "Khalid bin al-Walid came to a man carrying a jug of alcohol, so, he said: "O Allah! Turn it into honey!" So, it turned into honey."

    [Reported by Ibn Hajar in 'al-Isabah fi Ma'rifat as-Sahabah'; p. 414]


    ...and these were collected from various other sources (Ibn al-Jawzi's 'Sifat as-Safwah,' Ibn Taymiyyah's 'al-Furqan,' adh-Dhahabi's 'Siyar,' etc.):


    10 - Ahmad bin Fudayl narrated:

    "Abu Mu'awiyah al-Aswad went out for Jihad and took part in a battle in which the Muslims had surrounded a fortress on top of which a 'ilj (Roman disbeliever) was standing who would not throw an arrow or a stone except that he would strike his target. The Muslims complained about this to Abu Mu'awiyah, so he recited: {"And it was not you who threw when you threw. Rather, it was Allah who threw..."} [al-Anfal; 17] Then, he said: "Shield me from him."

    Then he got up and said: "Where do you wish for me to strike him?"

    They said: "In his private parts."

    Abu Mu'awiyah said: "O Allah! You have heard what they have asked of me, so grant me what they ask of me!" Then he said 'bismillah' and shot the arrow. The arrow went straight for the wall of the fortress, seemingly about to miss the disbeliever. Then, right when it was about to hit the wall, it changed course and shot straight up, striking the 'ilj in his private parts.

    Abu Mu'awiyah then said: "Your problem with him is over.""

    ['Siyar A'lam an-Nubala''; 8/43]


    11 - Abu az-Zahiriyyah narrated:


    "I went to Tarsus, so I entered upon Abu Mu'awiyah al-Aswad after he had become blind. In his house, I saw a Mushaf hanging from the wall, so said to him: "May Allah have Mercy upon you! A Mushaf while you cannot even see?"

    He replied: "My brother, will you keep a secret for me until the day I die?"

    I said: "Yes." Then, he said to me: "Verily, when I want to read from the Qur'an, my eyesight comes back to me.""

    ['Siyar A'lam an-Nubala''; 8/43]

    ^^ via Salah sahaba(rd) brought life back and when he reads quran , eye power comes back. BOTH are shirk and deviant story according to "hadith Rejector/parveji" Aboosait and his article writters. Thats why people says: "little knoweldge is dangour" AFter reading 2-3 book they start to refute books of sheikhul hadith who taught Bukhari for a century!

    12 - Abu Hamzah Nasir bin al-Faraj al-Aslami - and he was a servant of Abu Mu'awiyah al-Aswad - narrates something similar:

    "Abu Mu'awiyah had lost his eyesight. So, if he wished to read from the Qur'an, he would grab around the room for the Mushaf until he would find it. As soon as he would open it, Allah would return his eyesight to him. As soon as he closed it, his eyesight would leave him."

    ['Siyar A'lam an-Nubala''; 8/43]


    13 - Usayd bin Hudayr narrated:

    ...that while he was reciting 'al-Baqarah' at night, and his horse was tied beside him, the horse was suddenly startled and troubled. When he stopped reciting, the horse became quiet, and when he started again, the horse was startled again. Then, he stopped reciting, and the horse became quiet, too. He started reciting again, and the horse was startled and troubled once again. Then, he stopped reciting, and his son, Yahya, was beside the horse. He was afraid that the horse might trample him. When he took the boy away and looked towards the sky, he could not see it.

    The next morning he informed the Prophet who said: "Recite, O Ibn Hudayr! Recite, O Ibn Hudayr!" Ibn Hudayr replied: "O Messenger of Allah! My son, Yahya, was near the horse, and I was afraid that it might trample him, so, I looked towards the sky, and went to him. When I looked at the sky, I saw something like a cloud containing what looked like lamps, and I went out in order not to see it." The Prophet said: "Do you know what that was?" Ibn Hudayr replied: "No." The Prophet said: "Those were Angels who came near you for your voice, and if you had kept on reciting till dawn, it would have remained there till morning for the people to have seen it, as it would not have disappeared."

    ['Sahih al-Bukhari'; # 5018]


    14 - adh-Dhahabi reported:

    "Salman al-Farisi and Abu ad-Darda' were eating out of a dish. Suddenly, the dish - or what was in the dish - began to say 'Subhan Allah.'"

    ['Siyar A'lam an-Nubala''; 2/348]


    15 - Anas bin Malik narrated:

    "One night, 'Ubad bin Bishr and Usayd bin Hudayr left the residence of the Prophet on a very dark night. Suddenly, a light appeared that lit their way for them. When they parted ways, the light disappeared."

    ['Sahih al-Bukhari' (3805), the 'Musnad' of Ahmad (3/138), 'al-Mustadrak' of al-Hakim (3/288), and 'Siyar A'lam an-Nubala'' (1/299)]


    16 - Abu Hurayrah narrated:

    ...that Bint al-Harith said, when Khubayb bin 'Udayy was a prisoner of the Quraysh in Makkah: "...By Allah, one day, I saw him eating from a bunch of grapes in his hand while he was locked in a steel cage, and there were no crops growing in Makkah at the time."

    ['Sahih al-Bukhari' (3045, 3889, 4086, 7402) and 'Siyar A'lam an-Nubala'' (1/249)]


    17 - 'Urwah bin az-Zubayr narrated:

    "When 'Amir bin Fuhayrah was martyred, 'Amir bin at-Tufayl saw his body being lifted into the air. We considered that these were the Angels lifting him."

    ['al-Isabah fi Ma'rifat as-Sahabah'; 4/247]


    18 - Umm Ayman narrated:

    "When I was making hijrah, and had no supplied or water with me, I was about to die of thirst. I was fasting, and when it was time to break my fast, I heard a noise above my head. So, I looked up, and saw a waterskin hanging above my head. I drank from it until I had quenched my thirst, and I was never thirsty again for the rest of my life."

    [''Siyar A'lam an-Nubala'' (2/224), 'at-Tabaqat' of Ibn Sa'd (/224), and 'al-Isabah' (4/415)]


    19 - Ibn Hajar narrated:

    ...that when az-Zanayrah was tortured by the mushrikin so that she would renounce her Islam, her eyesight was taken away. So, the mushrikin said: "al-Lat and al-'Uzza took away her eyesight!" So, she said: "No, by Allah!" So, her eyesight was returned.

    ['al-Isabah fi Ma'rifat as-Sahabah'; 4/305]
    :start:
    Subhanallah! :jkk:

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  • junaid123
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    How Musa's Mother was inspired and shown what to do

    It was mentioned that when Fir`awn killed so many of the males of the Children of Israel, the Copts were scared that the Children of Israel would die out, and they themselves would have to do the heavy labor that the Children of Israel used to do. So they said to Fir`awn, "If this continues, and their old men die and the young men are killed, their women will not be able to do the work that the men are doing, and we will end up having to do it.'' So Fir`awn issued orders that the boys should be killed one year, and left alone the following year. Harun, peace be upon him, was born in a year when the boys were not killed, and Musa was born in a year when the boys were being killed. Fir`awn had people who were entrusted with this task. There were midwives who would go around and check on the women, and if they noticed that any woman was pregnant, they would write her name down. When the time came for her to give birth, no one was allowed to attend her except for Coptic women. If the woman gave birth to a girl, they would leave her alone and go away, but if she gave birth to a boy, the killers would come in with their sharp knives and kill the child, then they would go away; may Allah curse them. When the mother of Musa became pregnant with him, she did not show any signs of pregnancy as other women did, and none of the midwives noticed. But when she gave birth to a boy, she became very distressed and did not know what to do with him. She was extremely scared for him, because she loved him very much. No one ever saw Musa, peace be upon him, but they loved him, and the blessed ones were those who loved him both as a natural feeling and because he was a Prophet. Allah says:


    [وَأَلْقَيْتُ عَلَيْكَ مَحَبَّةً مِّنِّى]

    (And I endued you with love from Me) (20:39).

    Musa, peace be upon him, in the House of Fir`awn

    When Musa's mother became so worried and confused, it was inspired into her heart and mind what she should do, as Allah says:


    [وَأَوْحَيْنَآ إِلَى أُمِّ مُوسَى أَنْ أَرْضِعِيهِ فَإِذَا خِفْتِ عَلَيْهِ فَأَلْقِيهِ فِى اليَمِّ وَلاَ تَخَافِى وَلاَ تَحْزَنِى إِنَّا رَآدُّوهُ إِلَيْكِ وَجَـعِلُوهُ مِنَ الْمُرْسَلِينَ ]


    (And We inspired the mother of Musa (telling): "Suckle him, but when you fear for him, then cast him into the river and fear not, nor grieve. Verily, We shall bring him back to you, and shall make him one of (Our) Messengers.'') Her house was on the banks of the Nile, so she took a box and made it into a cradle, and started to nurse her child. When someone came to her that she was afraid of, she would go and put him in that box and put it in the river, and she would tie it with a rope. One day someone that she was afraid of came to the house, so she went and put the child in that box and put it in the river, but she forgot to tie it. The water carried him away, past the house of Fir`awn, where some servant women picked the box up and took it to Fir`awn's wife. They did not know what was inside, and they were afraid that they would be in trouble if they opened it without her. When the box was opened, they saw it was a child with the most beautiful features. Allah filled her heart with love for him when she saw him; this was because she was blessed and because Allah wanted to honor her and cause her husband's doom.

    From Tafsir Ibn Katheer


    HANDS coming OUT


    Foundation Of The Sunnah by Fawwaaz Ahmad az-Zumarlee page number 75

    Then Ibn Abee Duwaad and Bishr al-Mareesee said, ‘Kill him, so that we can rest (in his absence).’ Al-Mu’tasim said, ‘I have pledged to Allaah that I will not kill him with a sword and that I will not order for him to be killed with a sword.’ Ibn Abee Duwaad said to him, ‘(Then) lash him with a whip.’ So al--
    Mu’tasim said, ‘Yes,’ and then said, ‘Bring the executioners,’ and so they were brought.

    Al-Mu’tasim said to one of them, ‘With how many lashes will you kill him?’ He said, ‘With ten, 0 Ameerul-Mu‘mineen.’ Then he replied, ‘Take him to yourself (heat him).’ Sulaymaan as-Sijzee continued, ‘So Imaam Ahmad was
    undressed and made to wear a garment of wool around his waist. Two new ropes were drawn tight around his hands. The man took the whip in his hand and said, ‘Shall I strike him, 0 Ameerul-Mu’mineen?’’

    Al-Mu’tasim said, ‘Strike him,’ and he struck him with one lash. Imaam Ahmad said, “All praise is due to Allaah” Then he lashed him a second time and Imaam Ahmad said, “Whatever Allaah will occurs.” Then he struck him a third time and lmaam Ahmad said, “There is no movement nor power save that of Allaah, the Most High, the Mighty.”

    When the man desired to strike him a fourth time I looked at the garment around his waist and it had become loose. He wished that he should fall to the ground, so he raised his head towards the sky and moved his lips — and suddenly the earth shook and two hands came out of it, and supported his weight, by the power of Allah, the Mighty and Majestic.

    When al-Mu’tasim saw that he said, ‘Leave him,’ then Ibn Abee Duwaad came to him and said, ‘0 Ahmad, say in my ear: ‘The Qur’aan is created,’ So that I may save you from the hand of the khaleefah.’ So Imaam Ahmad said to him, “0 Ibn Abee Duwaad, say in my ear: ‘The Qur’aan is the Speech of Allah, it
    is not created,’ so that I save you from the punishment of Allaah, the Mighty and Majestic.” Al-Mu’tasim then said, ‘Place him into the prison.’

    bn Abee Ya’laa reports in his Tabaqaatul-Hanaabilah
    1/163-167,


    Abu 'Abdur-Rahman Muhammad bin Husayn as-Sulami narrated:


    I heard al-Malini say: "I went to visit Tahiyyah one time, so I heard her from outside the house, calling out: "O You who loves me, and I love Him!"

    So, I went to her and said: "O Tahiyyah, it is good that you love Allah - the Exalted - but, from where do you know that He loves you?"

    So, she said: "Yes, I used to live in the land of the Nubians, and my parents were Christians. My mother used to take me to church and bring me to the Cross and say to me: "Kiss the Cross!" So, when I was about to do this, I saw a hand come out of the Cross and push my face away so that I would not kiss it.
    Originally posted by aboosait View Post
    5) A certain "buzurg" used to pray 1000 rakahs in one day. (Fadha'il Namaaz, p.81/80)
    Calculating one rakah to be 1.5 minutes, 1000 rakahs will be completed in 25 hours!! Allaahu Akbar! There is no limit to the stupidity and the lies that come out from the fabrication machines in Deobandh

    Imam Ibnul-Haj’r Asqalani (RA) & Imam Dahabi (RA) both relate that Sayyidina Zainul-Abideen Ali Ibn Hussain (RA) used to pray 1000 Rakaat daily till he passed away [Tadhkiratul-Huffaz, Tahzeeb Wat-Tahzeeb]

    Tadhkiratul-Huffaz, Tahzeeb Wat-Tahzeeb written by DEoband machine mashallah :up:

    Example of His stuck engine:

    http://www.ummah.com/forum/showpost....&postcount=227

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  • OUmmah
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    Re: Fadhaa'il A'maal & the truth about Tableegh Jaam'aat.

    Originally posted by aboosait View Post
    You have said that whenever someone asks you to study the Qur'an. It has become your tkiyekalaam.

    The Qur'an also says, obey the Prophet.

    Isnt it through Hadith that we can learn Sunnah and following Qur'an and Sunnah is obeying Allah.

    So what makes you call anyone who asks you to read and follow the Qur'an as a Hadith rejector?
    Be Quiet brother I am getting his good deeds , dont spoil this for me :hidban:

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  • KeeKee
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    Re: Fadhaa'il A'maal & the truth about Tableegh Jaam'aat.

    this thread is a joke.

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  • aboosait
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    Re: Fadhaa'il A'maal & the truth about Tableegh Jaam'aat.

    Originally posted by junaid123 View Post
    I will not wonder if you are a hadith rejector .........:
    You have said that whenever someone asks you to study the Qur'an. It has become your tkiyekalaam.

    The Qur'an also says, obey the Prophet.

    Isnt it through Hadith that we can learn Sunnah and following Qur'an and Sunnah is obeying Allah.

    So what makes you call anyone who asks you to read and follow the Qur'an as a Hadith rejector?

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