We are going through such a time when people have resorted to hatred in their attempt to refute the Rawafidh. A discussion is now trending in the UK that it is not allowed to say “Sayyidah Nisa al-‘Aalameen (Tr: Leader of all the women of the universe)” for Sayyidah Fathimah Zahra – may Allah be pleased with her. It amazes me that such individuals are still regarded as Pir and Muftis, and people are still reading Salah behind them! You utter such disgraceful They based argument upon the fact that the Messenger of Allah – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – also falls under “’Aalameen”. If that is the case then what would you say regarding the statement of Sayyiduna Ghauth Azam “This foot of mine is on the necks of all AwliyaAllah”? The Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – also falls under Awliya. Sayyiduna Abu Bakr – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – is also a Wali. They would then say that no, this is an exceptional case. To such people my response is, “You can interpret for Sayyiduna Ghaus Azam, yet you cannot do the same for Sayyidah Fatimah?” You say we cannot say Sayyidah Nisa al-‘Aalameen!

Sayyidi AlaHazrat wrote for Sayyiduna Abu Bakr Siddeeq – may Allah be pleased with him, “Asdaq al-Saadiqeen – The most truthful of those who speak the truth”. Then I say, He Allah Almighty Himself. He is the beloved Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him. He wrote, “Asdaq al-Saadiqeen, Sayyid al-Muttaqeen (Tr: the most pious or the who fears Allah Almighty the most)” then I say that Sayyid al-Muttaqeen is the Noble Personality of RasoolAllah – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him.

They say, “You cannot say Maqsood al-Kaainaat, then I object how can you say Sayyid al-Muttaqeen? If we cannot Maqsood al-Kaainaat for Sayyidah Fatimah Zahra because it is the title of the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – then how can you say Sayyid al-Muttaqeen for Sayyiduna Abu Bakr Siddeeq, because again, this is the title of the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him?

Why do you give the title of Muhiyy al-Deen (Tr: One revives Islam) to Sayyiduna Ghauth Azam while it is the personality of RasoolAllah – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – who is Muhiyy al-Deen.

Why do you call Sayyiduna ‘Umar – may Allah be pleased with him – Farooq Azam (Tr: The greatest distinguisher of truth from falsehood), for it is the Noble Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – Himself. They will then say that it is reserved in a special meaning. We then say how come it is not far-fetched from the grasp of your intellect?

There is no doubt that Sayyiduna Abu Bakr is Asdaq al-Sadiqeen in his own rights and Panjtan Paak are Maqsood al-Kaainaat in their own rights. The meaning of Asdaq al-Sadiqeen which is reserved only for the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – is not applicable to Sayyiduna Abu Bakr Siddeeq – may Allah be pleased with him. Therefore, the meaning of Maqsood al-Kainaat which is reserved for the beloved Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – is not applicable to them.

Why do you beat up your chest when the title is given to them whereas when great titles are bestowed for your Pirs then you turn a blind eye! You claim that Huzoor Tajush Shariah has said such and such. I ask you to show me a proof I will accept it but the condition is that you must bring proof. Play a clip of Hazrat that he said such and such, for I do not trust your words. If he can deem it permissible to say Bina-e-la ilaahast Husain (the foundation of Islam is Husain) which is far potent than Maqsood al-Kainaat. If he could interpret it as being the reason for Islam’s preservation then it is unimaginable that he would disregard Maqsood al-Kaainaat .

The words “The very first thing Allah Almighty created was my light” is mentioned in one Hadeeth whereas there is another Hadeeth of Jame’ al-Tirmidhi “The very first thing Allah Almighty created was the pen.” Allah Almighty stated in the Holy Quran that He created everything from water, as opposed to the Hadeeth “The very first thing Allah Almighty created was my light”. When I visited Sydney, Australia, people there questioned me regarding this, as to why do you claim that Allah Almighty created everything from the light of the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – whereas everything has been created from water. Just like how their intellect was shaken by this objection, these people’s intellect went into hibernation on the question of AhleBayt. If it is the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – who is Maqsood al-Kaainaat, then tell me who is Muhiyy al-Deen?
They will say, it is the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him.
Who is Sayyid al-Muttaqeen?
It is the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him.
Who is Farooq Azam?
It is the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him.
Who is Siddeeq Akbar?
It is the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him.
I say, why then do you say it for other than him? They would answer, we say it in their own rights. If this is the case then we do not say Maqsood al-Kaainaat on his level but in their own respective rights.

Why do you forcefully inject the elements of Khawarijsm in order to refute the rawafidh?

What is so wrong in saying this which is befitting their status in their respective rights.

Allah Almighty states in the Holy Quran:
یٰبَنِیۡۤ اِسْرٰٓءِیۡلَ اذْکُرُوۡا نِعْمَتِیَ الَّتِیۡۤ اَنْعَمْتُ عَلَیۡکُمْ وَاَنِّیۡ فَضَّلْتُکُمْ عَلَی الْعٰلَمِیۡنَ﴿۴۷﴾
O Children of Yaqoob!recall My that favour, which I bestowed upon you, and exalted you over the entire world in your time.
(Al-Baqarah 2, Verse 47)
Does it mean they have been exalted over the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – as well? This is from Quran…
Will you interpret it as such? They would say, “Never!”
I then say, why would it come to your mind when we say Nisa al-‘Aalameen? Why don’t you interpret it there?

To clarify this, “The very first thing Allah Almighty created was my light” is the ultimate reality whereas “The very first thing Allah Almighty created was the pen” is in secondary stage.

Why bother teaching philosophy if you cannot solve Aqeedah matters using it?
If this issue is resolved by categorizing it in “primary” and “secondary”, then why don’t you use the same principles to interpret this issue as well?

My dear Sunnies, do you think of it as a comparison to the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – when you say that the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him, Sayyidah Fatimah, Sayyiduna ‘Ali, Imam Hasan Husain Panjtan Paak are Maqsood al-Kaainaat? But these molvis think of it as such!

I advise them to go to a doctor who treats you for the ailment and then go to a Wali who treats your Roohaniyat, otherwise abstain from giving fatwa, for we are the followers of those Awliya whom the world known as Imam Ahmed Raza. He is such a great authority in Fiqh but if one spec of the sweet of Fatiha of Sayyiduna Ghaus Pak who is a Wali from the AhleBayt, he picks it up with the tip of his tongue. When someone asked him if it is allowed to kiss thumbs upon hearing the name of Sayyiduna Ghaus Paak, then he did not issue a fatwa that it will become comparison with the beloved Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – but, pick up Fatawa Africa and read, he says, “Who is stopping you from doing it. It is permissible to kiss thumbs upon hearing the name of Sayyiduna Abdul Qadir Jilani – may Allah be pleased with him – as well.” This is the love of people of Bareilly Shareef with the AhleBayt. It is beyond me that you about looking for these faulty notions in Bareilly Shareef. It was neither the view of Huzoor Tajush Shariah nor the view of Mufti Azam.
Aabe Tatheer se jis me Paude jawe
Us Riyaaze najaabat pe laakhon Salaam
Millions of Salam upon that pure garden
Whose plants have been nurtured through the water of purification

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