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« on: June 13, 2010, 10:54:33 PM »

MashaAllah Sahi hai wo sab
              laikin Allah ne ye to nahi kaha ke wo tumhe sunrahe hai Allah ne ye kaha jaisa apne bataya Qur'an ki Ayat se "WO LOG ZINDA HAI PAR LAIKIN TUMHE IS BAAT KI QHABAR NAHI KE WO KAISE ZINDA HAI"   Agar Allah ne aisa mangne ko kehte na Rasoolah sallahu alihi wo salam se toh sabse Pehle Rasoolah sallahu alihi wo salam ke saathi mangte wo to unke bohat chahite the na ek hadees batado ki Sahaba Ikram ne Rasoolah sallahu alihi wo salam se madad mangi Insha Allah ap nahi bata sako ge
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« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2010, 12:55:33 PM »

MashaAllah Sahi hai wo sab
              laikin Allah ne ye to nahi kaha ke wo tumhe sunrahe hai Allah ne ye kaha jaisa apne bataya Qur'an ki Ayat se "WO LOG ZINDA HAI PAR LAIKIN TUMHE IS BAAT KI QHABAR NAHI KE WO KAISE ZINDA HAI"   Agar Allah ne aisa mangne ko kehte na Rasoolah sallahu alihi wo salam se toh sabse Pehle Rasoolah sallahu alihi wo salam ke saathi mangte wo to unke bohat chahite the na ek hadees batado ki Sahaba Ikram ne Rasoolah sallahu alihi wo salam se madad mangi Insha Allah ap nahi bata sako ge

Imaam Bukhari (radi Allahu anhu) in his "Kitaabul Adaabul Mufrad", Imaam Ibnus Sinni and Imaam ibn Bashkool (radi Allahu anhuma) have recorded that, Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Omar (radi Allahu anhu) once suffered from a cramp. Someone advised him to remember the person whom he loved the most. The great companion then proclaimed loudly, "Ya Muhammadah." It is recorded that he was immediately relieved.
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« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2010, 12:58:58 PM »

Imaam Nawawi (radi Allahu anhu) in his commentary of the Sahih Muslim, including in his book, "Kitaabul Azkaar", records that some individuals were sitting in the company of Hazrat Abdullah ibn Abbas (radi Allahu anhu), when suddenly one of them suffered from cramps. The great companion advised the man to remember the person whom he loved the most. The man proclaimed, "Ya Muhammadah." He was immediately cured. There are in fact many Ashbaab who narrate incidents of similar incident.
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« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2010, 04:12:40 PM »

 "WO LOG ZINDA HAI PAR LAIKIN TUMHE IS BAAT KI QHABAR NAHI KE WO KAISE ZINDA HAI"

Whenever u log in the next time do post the chapter no. n the verse no. where this has been said by Allah in Quran.

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« Reply #4 on: July 19, 2010, 10:03:03 AM »

Abū Hurayrah’s appeal for help

I said: ‘O Messenger of Allāh! I listen
to many of your traditions and then I forget
them.’ The Prophet () said: ‘ spread
your sheet.’ So I spread it. Abū Hurayrah
says: ‘ then the Prophet () picked up
something ( from the air) with his hands and
put it in ( the sheet). Then said: “join it to
yourself,” so I joined it, and afterwards my
memory never slipped. ’1


Bukhārī narrated i t through di fferent chains of t ransmissi on
in his as-Sahīh, b. of ‘ilm (knowledge) ch.42 (1:56#119), b.
of manāqib (vi rtues) ch. 24 (3:1333#3448); Tirmidhī in al -
Jāmi ‘-us-sahīh, b. of manāqib, ch. 47 (5:684#3835) and
graded i t hasan (fai r) sahīh (sound); Ibn Sa‘d, at-Tabaqāt -
ul -kubrā (2:362; 4:330); Tabarānī, al -Mu‘jam-ul -awsat
(1:451#815); Ibn-ul -Athī r, Asad-ul-ghābah (6:314);
Haythamī, Majma‘-uz-zawā’id (9:362); ‘Asqal ānī, Fath-ul -
bārī (1:215; 6:633); and ‘Aynī i n ‘Umdat-ul -qār ī (2:182;
16:168).


Qatādah bin an-Nu‘mān’s appeal for hel p

I t is related by Qa tādah bin an-Nu‘mān
that his eye was lost during the battle of
Badr and the eyeball slid on to his face.
The other Companions wanted to cut it off.
But when they consulted the Messenger of
Allāh (), he disallowed it. Then he
prayed for him and placed the eyeball back
28 Besee ching for Help
at its original place. So Qatādah’s eye was
restored in a manner that it was impossible
to say which eye had been damaged.
1


Abscess–stri cken Companion’s appeal for help

It is narrated in the books on tradition that str uma
appeared on the hand of a Companion, which made it
impossible for him to hold the bridle of a horse or the
handle of a swor d. He called on the holy Prophet ()
and beseeched him to cure his disease. So Allāh, Who is
the real Helper, cured him through the Prophet’ s hand.
This tradit ion is related in these words:
I called on the holy Messenger () . I
had struma on my hand. I said: ‘O prophet
of Allāh! I have a struma (on my hand)
which makes it painful for me to hold the
bridle of a horse and the sword.’ The holy
Prophet () said: ‘come close to me.’ So
I moved closer ( to him). Then he opened
that struma and blew his breath on my hand
and placed his hand over the struma and
kept on pressing it and when he lifted his
hand, the effect of that (struma) had
completely vanished.2

1. Abū Ya‘lā narrat ed i t in his Musnad (3:120#1549); Ibn
Sa‘d, at -Tabaqāt -ul -kubrā (1:187-8); Hākim, al-Mustadrak
(3:295); Bayhaqī, Dalā’i l -un-nubuwwah (3:100); Abū
Nu‘ aym, Dalā’il -un-nubuwwah (p. 540); Ibn-ul -Athī r, Asadul
-ghābah (4:371); Ibn Kathī r, al -Bidāyah wan-nihāyah
(3:52); Haythamī, Majma‘-uz-zawā’id (6:113; 8:297-8); and
‘Asqalānī in al -Isābah f ī tamyī z-is-sahābah (3:225).
2. Haythamī narrates it in hi s Majma‘-uz-zawā’id (8:298) and
says that Tabarānī narrat ed it in hi s al-Mu‘jam-ul-kabīr
(7:306-7#7215). Haythamī does not know the sub-narrator,
Mukhall id, and above him while other narrators are sahīh
(sound). Bukhārī narrated it in at -Tārī kh-ul -kabīr [4:250
(2/2/250)].


A blind Compani on’s appeal for hel p

Restoration of the blind people’ s eyesight was not only a
miracle performed by ‘Īsā (), it was performed by the
holy Prophet () as well. It is narrated that a blind
Companion called on the Prophet () and beseeched his
help for the restoration of his eyesight. The Prophet (),
instead of discouraging him or condemning it as a form of
disbelief , str essed upon him to supplicate through him.
This kind of supplication in it self is a composite of
mediation and appeal for help, and if it is offered even
today with the same intensity of sincer ity, it is a patent
medicine for the ailing mankind. Narrated by ‘Uthmān bin
Hunayf :
That a blind man called on the Holy
Prophet  and said to him: ‘ (O
Messenger of Allāh,) pray to Allāh to give
me solace.’ The Prophet  said: ‘if you
wish, I will stall it and this is better (for
you), and if you wish, I pray.’ He said: ‘you
should pray (for me) to Him.’ So he asked
him to perform the ablution: ‘perform the
ablution thoroughly well and then offer two
cycles of optional prayer and beseech Allāh
with this supplication: “O Allāh, I appeal
to You, and submit to You through the
mediation of the merciful Prophet
Muhammad (). O Muhammad, through
your mediation I submit myself to My Lord
to have my need granted. O Allāh,
acknowledge his intercession in my
favour.”1

1. Ibn Māj ah t ransmitted i t in his Sunan, b. of iqāmat-us-salāt
was-sunnah fīhā (establi shing prayer and it s sunnahs)
ch. 189 (1:441#1385); Ti rmidhī i n al -Jāmi ‘-us-sahīh, b. of
da‘awāt (supplications) ch. 119 (5:569#3578); Ahmad bin
Hambal in hi s Musnad (4:138); Nas ā’ī, ‘Amal -ul -yawm wal -




Companions’ appeal for rain

The books on tradition ar e r iddled with the proof s of
beseeching the holy Prophet () for help and its
confirmation by the practice of the Companions. An
unbroken chain of authentic traditions proves that
whenever the Companions faced a problem or a calamity,
they came r ushing to the holy Prophet () to beseech
his help. They supplicated before Allāh through his
mediation and beseeched his help for the f ulfilment of
their needs. As a result, Allāh waived the calamity
dangling over their heads. Anas bin Mālik has related:
1. The holy Prophet () was delivering
his sermon on a Friday that a man went up
to him and said: ‘O Messenger of Allāh!
There is extreme scarcity of rain. So pray
to Allāh that He should bless us with rain.’
The Prophet () prayed for it and before
we reached our homes, the rain had started
which continued down to the next Friday.
(Anas) says that ( the next Friday) the same
person or someone else stood up and said:
‘O Messenger of Allāh! Pray to Allāh that
He should push this (rain) away from us.’
The Prophet () prayed: ‘O Allāh, it
should be around us and not over us. ’ So I
saw that the clouds had rolled away to our
right and left and started pouring down
rain and the rain ceased over the residents
of Medina .1
1. Bukhārī relat ed i t in as-Sahī h, b. of i sti sqā’ (to invoke
All āh for rain at the time of drought ) ch.7 (1:344-5#969);
Muslim, as-Sahīh, b. of salāt -ul-ist isqā’ (prayer to invoke
All āh for rain at the t ime of drought ) ch.2 (2:614-5#10/
897); Bayhaqī, Dalā’il -un-nubuwwah (6:140); Ibn Kathī r,
al -Bidāyah wan-nihāyah (4:472-3); and ‘Asqalānī in Fathul
-bārī (2:508).
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« Reply #5 on: July 19, 2010, 10:09:50 AM »

Jazaak Allahu khyr bro.......keep them coming
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« Reply #6 on: July 19, 2010, 10:18:47 AM »

JazakALLAH for the replies keep them coming.
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« Reply #7 on: July 19, 2010, 10:58:38 AM »

Yā Muhammadāh ¾ Battle-cry of the Companions

Imām I bn Kathīr says that on the occasion of the battle of
Yamāmah, yā Muhammadāh (O Muhammad, help us) was
the battle-cry of the Muslims. He adds that during the war,
Khālid bin al-Walīd picked up the flag, and passing
through the army positions, set out towards the mountain
of Musaylimah, the Liar. He waited there for him to t urn
up so that he could kill him. Then he ret urned and,
st anding bet ween the t wo armies, he shouted:
I am the son of al-Walīd. I am the son
of ‘Āmir and Zayd.
I bn Kathīr f urther adds:
Then he raised the battle-cry current
among the Muslims, which was ‘yā
Muhammadāh’ (O Muhammad, help us).1

Ibn Kathīr, al -Bidāyah wan-nihāyah (5:30).


Appeal to the Prophe t  for rain during
‘Umar’s tenure


Mālik ad-Dār has r elated:
The people were gripped by famine
during the tenure of ‘Umar (bin al-
Khattāb). Then a Companion walked up to
the Prophet’ s grave and said, “O
Messenger of Allāh, please ask for rain
( from Allāh) for your Community who is in
dire straits.” Then the Companion saw the
Prophet  in a dream. The
Prophet said to him, “Go over to
‘Umar, give him my regards and tell him
that the rain will come to you. And tell
‘Umar that he should be on his toes, he
should be on his toes, (he should remain
alert) .” Then the Companion went over to
see ‘Umar and passed on to him the tidings.
On hearing this, ‘Umar broke into a spurt
of crying. He said, “O Allāh, I exert myself
to the full until I am completely
exhausted.”1



I bn Taymiyyah has endor sed it s authenticity in his
book Iqtidā ’-us-sirāt- il-mustaqīm mukhālifat ashāb-iljahīm
(p.373) . I bn Kathīr has conf irmed the soundness of
it s chain of transmission in al-Bidāyah wan-nihāyah
(5:167). I bn Abī Khaythamah narrated it with the same
chain of transmission as quoted by ‘Asqalānī in al-I sābah
fī tamyīz-is- sahābah (3:484), while the latter writes in
Fath-ul-bārī (2:495-6): “I bn Abī Shaybah transmitted it
with a sound chain of t ransmission and Sayf bin ‘Umar
Tamīmī has recor ded it in al-Futūh-ul-kab īr that the
dr eamer was a Companion known as Bilāl bin al-Hārith al-
Muzan ī.” Qastallānī has r emarked in al-Mawāhib-ulladuniyyah
(4:276) that I bn Abī Shaybah has narr ated it
with a sound chain of transmission while Zurqānī has
supported Qastallānī in his Commentary (11:150-1) .



Appeal to the Prophet  on the Day of
Judgement


The Holy Prophet said: ‘when it is
the Day of Judgement, people, out of
nervousness, will call on one another. First
of all, they will call on Adam  and
request him to intercede on their behalf
before Allāh but he will turn down their
request by saying that today it is beyond his
power to help them out and he will advise
them to call on Ibrāhīm  because he is
the Friend of Allāh. So people will call on
Ibrāhīm  who will also excuse himself
by saying that he is not in a position to help
them, therefore, they should go to
Mūsā  because he is Allāh’ s
interlocutor. They will go to Mū sā  and
he will also express his inability to help
them and advise them to see ‘Īsā 
because he is the soul created by Allāh and
His word. They will go to ‘Ī sā  and he
will also tell them that he is not able to
help them, therefore, they should go to
Muhammad  (because he is the
beloved of God) . So all human beings will
rally round me and I will tell them: ‘ yes,
( today) I hold the office of intercession.’ I
will seek permission from my Lord and I
will be granted the permission. Then He
will inspire me to praise and glorify Him
with such praises, which I cannot describe
at this time. (In short,) I will praise and
glorify Allāh with those praises and
prostrate myself before Him. Then I will be
told: ‘O Muhammad, raise your radiant
head, speak and you will be heard, demand
and you will be blessed with it, and
intercede (on behalf of your people), your
intercession will be granted.’ So I will
implore: ‘O Lord! My Ummah, my
Ummah!’ God shall command: ‘go and take
him out of the Hell, whosoever is left with
faith even as small as the grain of barley.’
So I will go and do so (I will take all such
people out of Hell). Then I will return and
praise and glorify Him with those praises
and I will prostrate myself before Him. So I
will be commanded: ‘O Muhammad, raise
your radiant head, speak and you will be
heard, beg and you will be blessed with it,
intercede (on behalf of your people) and
your intercession will be granted.’ I will
implore: ‘O Lord! My Ummah, my
Ummah!’ I will be commanded: ‘go and
take him out of Hell too, whosoever is left
with faith even as small as the tiny grain of
rye.’ So I will go and do so. Then I will
return and praise and glorify Him with the
same praises and I will again prostrate
myself before Him. So I will be commanded,
‘O Muhammad, raise your radiant head,
speak and you will be heard, beg and you
will be blessed with it and intercede (on
behalf of your people) , your intercession
will be granted.’ I will implore: ‘O Lord!
My Ummah, my Ummah!’ I will be
commanded: ‘go and take him out (of Hell)
whosoever is left with the tiniest faith, even
smaller than a grain of rye. Take such a
person out of Hell.’ Accordingly I will go
and do so (I will take them out of Hell).
(Hasan has added a few more words to the
tradition narrated by Anas. The holy
Prophet  said:) ‘I will return the
fourth time, and I will praise and glorify
the Lord in the same way, then I will
prostrate myself before Him. So I will be
commanded: ‘O Muhammad, raise your
radiant head, and speak, you will be heard,
beg and you will be blessed with it, and
intercede (on behalf of your people), your
intercession will be granted.’ At that time I
will implore the Lord that I should be
allowed to take out a person from Hell who
has recited lā ilāha illallāhu ( there is no
deity except Allāh) even once in his life
( from the core of his heart) . The Lord will
reply, I swear by My honour, glory,
greatness and supremity that I will liberate
a person from the fire of Hell who has even
once recited lā ilāha illallāhu ( there is no
deity except Allāh).
1

This tradition has proved, without any particle of
doubt, that on the Day of Resurr ection the process of
1. Relat ed through di fferent narrators by Bukhārī in his as-
Sahīh, b.of tawhīd (Islamic monotheism) ch.36 (6:2727-
8#7072), b. of īmān (faith) ch.32 (1:24-5#44), b. of ambi yā’
(prophets) ch.5, 12 (3:1215-6, 1226#3162,3182), b. of tafs īr
(exegesis of the Qur’ ān) ch.3, 203 (4:1624-5, 1745-7 #
4206, 4435), b. of riqāq (soft ening of heart s) ch.51(5:2401#
6197), b. of tawhīd, ch.19,24,37 (6:2695-6, 2708-9,
2730#6975,7002, 7078). Muslim, as-Sahīh, b. of īmān
(fai th) ch.84 (1:182-4# 193); Ti rmidhī, al -Jāmi ‘-us-sahīh,
b. of sifat -ul -qi yāmah (the description of Doomsday) ch. 10
(4:622-4# 2434). Ahmad bin Hambal has recorded it in his
Musnad (1:4-5, 281-2; 2:435-6; 3:116, 244,247-8) in six
di fferent contexts through di fferent narrators and al l these
contexts are l inked through a sound chain of t ransmission.
Dārimī narrated it in hi s Sunan (2:234-5#2807); Abū
Dāwūd Tayāl isī, Musnad (pp. 268-9#2010); Abū ‘Awānah,
Musnad (1:171-4, 183-4); Ibn Abī Shaybah, al -Musannaf
(11:444-51#11720-1,3); Abū Ya‘lā, Musand (1:56-9#59);
Ibn Hibbān, as-Sahīh (14:377-9, 393-7# 6464,6467);
Bayhaqī, Shu‘ab-ul-īmān (1:285-6#308-9); Baghawī,
Sharh-us-sunnah(15:157-60#4333); Haythamī in Mawāriduz-
zam’ān (pp. 642-3#2589) and Majma‘-uz-zawā’id
(10:373-4).


Dear All read the book Beseeching for Help
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« Reply #8 on: July 19, 2010, 11:28:38 AM »

kahan gaye bhai islaamthebest aap hamne jawaab dena shuru kiya to gayab hogaye..
aap logon ko sirf swaal karna aata hai jwab nai sun sakte...

haq nazar aata hai to udan choo hojaate ho..khaair aap logon ki fitrat hi aise hai..
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« Reply #9 on: July 19, 2010, 11:29:28 AM »

Subhanallah, kya baat hai Avez bhai aur Altaf bhai....
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« Reply #10 on: August 22, 2010, 01:56:03 PM »

sahaba karam  (Rahmatullahi Allaih) na Rasul Allah  (sal-lal-lahu alai hi wa sallam) sa madad kb nai mangi ? Ap  (sal-lal-lahu alai hi wa sallam) ke wafat k bad bhe saidna Khalid bin Waleed  (Rahmatullahi Allaih) her jang say pahlay ya nahra lgatay thay "YA MUHAMMADA"  sal-lal-lahu alai hi wa sallam...or sirf yai nai ap  (Rahmatullahi Allaih) nay rasul pak  (sal-lal-lahu alai hi wa sallam) k moyay mubarik yani hair ..apni topi ma silwa rakhay thay aik jang ma jb wo turban numa topi jb gir gai to ap na lerai chor k usay talash krna shuru kiya ap  (Rahmatullahi Allaih) ke wife ko pata chala to wo bhe maidan e jang ma ayen or ap dono na topi dhoondni shuru ke...jb mili tb chain ayay...kyun is liyay k un ka iman tha k ya sb Rasullah  (sal-lal-lahu alai hi wa sallam) ke berkat ha....yay to sirf aik wakiya ha ap saidul wara perhain qazi abdul daim ke kitab.agr or koi bhe swal ho to please ask
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« Reply #11 on: August 22, 2010, 04:43:13 PM »

Subhan Allah good replies brother
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« Reply #12 on: August 23, 2010, 01:38:32 AM »

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« Reply #13 on: September 01, 2010, 09:50:06 AM »


The holy Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) himself instructed his companions to pray through his mediation as we come to know through a tradition narrated by ‘Uthmān bin Hunayf that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) taught a blind man to pray:


O Allah, I appeal to You, and submit to You through the mediation of the merciful Prophet Muhammad. O Muhammad, through your mediation I submit myself to my Lord to have my need granted. O Allah, acknowledge his intercession in my favour.

Ibn Mājah transmitted it in his Sunan, b. of iqāmat-us-salāt was-sunnah fīhā (establishing prayer and its sunnahs), ch.189 (1:441#1385) and declared it sahīh (sound);

Tirmidhī in al-Jāmi‘-us-sahīh, b. of da‘awāt (supplications), ch.119 (5:569#3578) and graded it hasan (fair) sahīh (sound) gharīb (unfamiliar or rare);

Ahmad bin Hambal in his Musnad (4:138);

and Hākim in al-Mustadrak (1:313,519,526-7)

and Dhahabī also declared it sahīh (sound).

Bukhārī narrated it in at-Tārīkh-ul-kabīr (6:209-10);

Nasā’ī, ‘Amal-ul-yawm wal-laylah (pp.417-8#658-60);

Ibn Khuzaymah, as-Sahīh (2:225-6#1219);

Bayhaqī, Dalā’il-un-nubuwwah (6:166-7);

Ibn-us-Sunnī, ‘Amal-ul-yawm wal-laylah (p.202#622);

Subkī, Shifā’-us-siqām fī ziyārat khayr-il-anām (pp.123,125);

Nawawī, al-Adhkār (p.83);

Ibn Kathīr, al-Bidāyah wan-nihāyah (4:558-9);

Ibn-ul-Athīr, Asad-ul-ghābah (3:571);

Mundhirī, at-Targhīb wat-tarhīb (1:473-4);

Yūsuf Mizzī, Tuhfat-ul-ashrāf bi-ma‘rifat-il-atrāf (7:236#9760);

Suyūtī, Khasā’is-ul-kubrā (2:201);

Qastallānī, al-Mawāhib-ul-laduniyyah (4:594);

Zurqānī in his Commentary (12:221-2);

Ibn Hajar Haythamī, al-Jawhar-ul-munazzam (p.61);

and Shawkānī in Tuhfat-udh-dhākirīn (pp.194-5).


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« Reply #14 on: September 22, 2010, 04:42:43 PM »

I was seeing the post lekin ye islamthebest saheb kidhar chale gaye? kya block hue hai yaa bhag gaye hai?
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