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SEEKING BLESSINGS FROM THE HOLY RELICS:BELIEF OF SAHABI V/S BELIEF OF WAHABI
Hadith about taking blessings from the belongings of the Prophet of Allah (alaihiswalathu wa salam) and/ anything that is used or touched by the body of holy Prophet alaihiswalathu wa salam)
Belief of Sahabi (Companion of the Prophet Muhammad alaihiswalathu Wa Salam):
It was narrated from Abdur Rahman bin Abi ‘Amrah from a grand mother of his who was called Kabsha Al Ansariyyah, that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) entered upon her, and there was a water skin hanging there. The Prophet (alaihiswalathu wa salam) drank from it while standing, and she cut off the mouth of the water skin, seeking blessings of the place where the mouth of the Messenger of Allah (Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) had been”.
Reference: Sunan Ibn Majah [Arabic-English],Hadith 3423 (hasan), Darussalam Publishers (Saudi-Wahabi Publishers)
There are many Hadiths in Bukhari and other major collections, the Sahaba preserved holy hair of the Prophet Muahmmad alaihiswalathu wa salam. If honoring Prophet’s belongings is shirk, then how do salafis define, honoring the Black stone (Hajar Al Aswad)???
It was authentically reported in the Hadith narrated by Abu Juhayfah in the two Sahih (Authentic) Books of Hadith that during the Farewell Pilgrimage, when Bilal stepped out with what was left of the Prophet’s ablution water, the Sahabah (Companions of the Prophet) rushed to take it; some of them took a little of it and others took much.
TAKING BLESSINGS FROM THE WATER LEFT BY PROPHET (ALAIAHISWALATHU WA SALAM):
Narrated Ibn Shihab: Mahmud bin Ar-Rabi’ who was the person on whose face the Prophet (alaihiswalathu wa salam) had ejected a mouthful of water from his family’s well while he was a boy, and ‘Urwa (on the authority of Al-Miswar and others) who testified each other, said, “Whenever the Prophet , performed ablution, his companions were nearly fighting for the remains of the water.” (Sahih Bukhari, Book 4, Hadith 188)
Narrated Abu Juhaifa (Radiyallahu Anhu): By chance I went to the Prophet (alaihiswalathu wa salam) at noon while he was at Al-Abtah (resting) in a tent. Bilal came out (of the tent) and pronounced the Adhan for the prayer, and entering again, he brought out the water which was left after Allah’s Apostle had performed the ablution. The people rushed to take some of the water. Bilal again went in and brought out a spear-headed stick, and then Allah’s Apostle came out. As if I were now looking at the whiteness of his leg. Bilal fixed the stick and the Prophet offered a two-Rakat Zuhr prayer and a two-Rak’at ‘Asr prayer, while women and donkeys were passing in front of the Prophet (beyond the stick) . (Sahih Bukhari Book 56, Hadith 767)
Prophet (alaihiswalathu wa salam) and Sahab revered Hajar Al Aswad (Black stone) at Kaba:
Narrated ‘Abis bin Rabia: ‘Umar came near the black stone and kissed it and said “No doubt, I know that you are a stone and can neither benefit anyone nor harm anyone. Had I not seen Allah’s Apostle kissing you I would not have kissed you.” (Sahih Bukhari,Book 26, Hadith 667)
Comments: An authentic Hadith which may refute strayed strayed priests and misguidance scholars of false sects in Islam. This misguided groups who reject the holy relics , they are speaking high about Sanad! I would like to ask this sqaure heads, can this salafis and their followers produce a Sanad for their aqeedha (belief) that can be traced all the way back to the Prophet Salla Allahu alaihi Wa Sallam through an existing unbroken Sanad?. this ignorant ones claim to be following Salaf, what is their Sanad which we can trace back to the time of Salaf?. If you followers of this heretics do not have proofs, then get back to the Original Ahlu Sunna wal Jamah creed! the Main Body- Ottoman Creed.
Belief of Strayed sectsi: Taking blessings from holy relics is shirk (polytheism) and bidha (innovation)!
Article Written by: Jouhar Ali Naqshbandi Al-Hassani
*Representative of the Naqshbandi Sufi Order