Daily Archives: September 21, 2012
I Love Muhammad (SAW)
In light of the on-going Violent protests…
True or not, I won’t judge your “Love”
But know that you’re being watched by the One above
At Fajr Salah you’re hardly awake
But doing violent protests is a piece of cake
Muhammad (SAW) was sent as a mercy to humanity
And we, we’ve crossed all bounds of insanity!
He respected the life and properties of others
Protecting the honor of daughters, sisters and mothers
We claim to love him, but how do we know if it’s real?
Since instead of following him, we break stuff and we steal!
Everyone got offended; every Muslim got hurt
Blasphemers are defended; at least our homes are burnt!!
Would Muhammad (SAW) love this? I wish we only knew
While not everyone, but it might stop a few
Who are busy sucking the blood of their own brothers dry!
“We WILL protest, whether you live or you die!??”
How is this love, if somebody is weeping?
Our minds are furious but our hearts are sleeping…
I wish we wake up and learn about him more
Before the time comes when on this earth we will be no more
And the angels come in our grave and ask “What do you know about this man?*”
And we start to stammer and try to answer what we can
And if your love was true, then you will surely reply
But if it was not, then know that you will cry
So it’s time to act NOW and KNOW about this Great Man!
Adopt his qualities, at least, whatever we can!
And Allah will surely love you, if you love his most beloved slave
From the torment of Hell, by His will, you will be saved
I wish people understand the true meaning of LOVE
Since obedience with sincerity, is the only thing that matters above…
*This is one of the three questions that would be asked in the Grave.
Graves and Mosques (Hadith No. 1113)
Volume 2, Book 23, Number 414:
Aisha said, “The Prophet in his fatal illness said, ‘Allah cursed the Jews and the Christians because they took the graves of their Prophets as places for praying.”‘ Aisha added, “Had it not been for that the grave of the Prophet (p.b.u.h) would have been made prominent but I am afraid it might be taken (as a) place for praying.
The scholars have discussed this issue, in the past and more recently, and they refuted those who quote the fact that the grave of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is inside his mosque as evidence that it is permissible to take graves as places of worship, or to include graves in mosques.
Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:
There is a specious argument put forward by those who worship graves, namely the fact that the grave of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is in his mosque. The answer to that is that the Sahaabah (may Allaah be pleased with them) did not bury him in his mosque, rather they buried him in the house of ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her). When al-Waleed ibn ‘Abd al-Malik expanded the Mosque of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) at the end of the first century, he incorporated the room into the mosque, but he did wrong thereby, and some of the scholars denounced him for that, but he believed that there was nothing wrong with it for the sake of expanding the mosque.
It is not permissible for a Muslim to take that as evidence that mosques may be built over graves, or that people may be buried inside mosques, because that goes against the saheeh ahaadeeth, and because it is a means that may lead to shirk by associating the occupants of the graves in worship with Allaah. End quote.
Majmoo’ Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz, 5/388, 389.
[Taken from IslamQA]
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So a team from some non-Muslim country made a blasphemous film on Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) and here we are in Pakistan, burning tires, shouting and screaming on the top of our voices, protesting, calling bad names to those non-Muslims, boycotting all kinds of cyber media, crying great big tears for the love of the Prophet (ﷺ), shutting down our cellular networks, having a whole national holiday with loss of crores to our nation etc.
Okay! So it’s good, in fact it’s a must, to feel bad about this business. Yes, because we are supposed to love Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) even more than our own selves. So feel hurt.
But feeling hurt and burning stuff of our own fellow Muslims? Let our own nation suffer loss? Leave our own work and spend time in protests which have no evidence in Islam?
It’s like saying, (quoting someone): “I’m so angry at you…
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