“The Mahdi is from my progeny”
Holy prophet Mohammed (saw)
This is personal blog about a 20 years old Iraqi student Blogging from London. This blog is mainly about Religion, food, personal life, and poems.
Holy prophet Mohammed (saw)
Look what I just received:
Narrated Abu Bakra: During the battle of Al-Jamal, Allah benefited me with a Word (I heard from the Prophet). When the Prophet heard the news that the people of the Persia had made the daughter of Khosrau their Queen (ruler), he said, “Never will succeed such a nation as makes a woman their ruler.”
Sahih al Bukhari Volume 9, Book 88, Number 219
So women in Islam can’t be a leader? Can anyone justify this statement for me?
I have found something handwritten by Shaikh Muhammed ibn Ali al-Jib`i, grandfather of Shaikh al-Baha’i, transmitted via the handwriting of the martyr, may Allah raise his status, who cites the Musbah of Shaikh Abi Mansur, may Allah make his resting-place good, saying that it has been narrated that the Prophet (A.S.) entered once the house of Fatima (A.S.) who prepared for him some food comprised of dates, a round loaf of bread and some oil. They all sat down to eat, he, Ali (A.S.), Fatima (A.S.), al-Hasan (A.S.) and al-Husain (A.S.). Once they have finished eating, the Messenger of Allah (A.S.) prostrated. Then he smiled. Then he wept. Then he sat. The most daring to speak up was Ali (A.S.) who said, “O Messenger of Allah (A.S.)! We have seen you today doing what we have never seen you doing before!” He (A.S.) said, “When I ate with you, I was pleased and felt happy for your safety and your assembling together, so I prostrated to Allah to thank Him. It was then that Gabriel (A.S.) descended and asked me, `Have you prostrated for being happy among your family?’ `Yes,’ I said. He said, ‘shall I inform you of what will happen to them after you?’ I said, `Yes, O my Brother, Gabriel! Do so.’ He said, `As for your daughter, she will be the first to rejoin you after being oppressed, what belongs to her will be taken away from her, and she will be deprived of her inheritance, and he husband will be dealt with unjustly. Her rib will be broken. As regarding your cousin, he will be dealt with unjustly, he will be deprived of his right (to be caliph), and he will be killed. As for al-Hasan (A.S.), he will be dealt with unjustly; he will be deprived of his right and will be poisoned. As for al-Husain (A.S.), he will be dealt with unjustly; he will be deprived of his right, his progeny will be killed, and his body will be crushed under the horses’ hoofs. His belongings will be plundered; his women and offspring will be taken captive; he will be buried shrouded in his blood, and strangers will bury him.’ I, therefore, wept and asked him, `Will anyone visit his grave?’ He said, ‘strangers will visit it.’ I asked him, `What rewards will be received by those who visit it?’ He said, `Each one of them will be written down in his/her book of deeds the rewards of performing the pilgrimage a thousand times and the `umra a thousand times, all in your own company,’ so I smiled.”
Allah says in Surat al Al Ahzab “Allah and his angels send blessings to Mohammed”. How can people tell me it’s bidhaa to celebrate the birth of our the holy prophet? If Allah himself send blessings on him? Allah ask his angels to sends blessings on him too. How can I don’t celebrate the birth of such a holy person? Such a beloved person? You tell me.