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Ramadan 2007 (Seerat-e-Mustufa (S.A.W))


Blessed Saliva

The Holy Prophet’s (S.A.W) saliva was a cure for the injured and sick, as well as an antidote against poison.

Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique (R.A) was once bitten by a snake in the cave of Soar, the poison of its bite was neutralised by the Rasoolullah’s (S.A.W) miraculous saliva and the injury was healed.

During the battle of Badr Hazrat Rafaa’ah bin Raafi’s (R.A) eye was hit by an arrow and began to hang outside the socket. The effect of Rasoolullah’s (S.A.W) blessed saliva being applied to it, the eye then became free from pain and regained vision. (Zaadul-Ma’aad, Chapter of Ghazwatul Badr)

Hazrat Abu Qathaada (R.A) was once struck on the face by an arrow, and after Rasoolullah’s (S.A.W) blessed saliva was applied to it, the wound immediately stopped bleeding. The Sahaabi was never struck by any arrow or a sword for the rest of his life thereafter. (Asaaba, Biography of Abu Qathaada (R.A))

Miracles other than shifaa also came into being through Rasoolullah’s (S.A.W) blessed Saliva. Hazrat Anas (R.A) had by his house a well wherein the Prophet (S.A.W) once put his mubarak saliva, causing it to become the sweetest well in the whole of Madina. (Zarqaani, Vol. 2, Pg. 246)

Imaam Baihaqi (R.A) narrates that on the day of Aashura (10th Muharram), Rasoolullah (S.A.W) would gather all the children who were at the age of being breast-fed and place his sacred saliva in their mouths, ordering their mothers not to feed them milk until the night. The saliva was sufficient for the children, who experienced no thirst or hunger during the entire day. (Zarqaani, Vol. 5, Pg. 246)

The Hands of Mercy

Hazrat Bashar bin Muawia (R.A) narrates, “I accompanied my father to the presence of the Prophet (S.A.W) who passed his sacred hand over my head and prayed for me whereupon my face became illuminated and I was equipped with such power that whatever I touched it became correct.”