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Ramadan 2011 (Seeking The Truth)


Knowledge of Unseen

Some people do not accept that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) has been blessed by Allah (S.W.T) with Ilm-e -Ghayb (Knowledge of the Unseen).

The Ahle Sunnah Wal Jamaat believes that the Holy Prophet (S.A.W), after being informed by Allah (S.W.T), is aware of everything that happened and will happen. "Ghayb" is that hidden thing which cannot be perceived by human senses nor can be known through human wisdom.

The Holy Quran has mentioned at various places that Allah (S.W.T) has granted the Knowledge of Unseen to His exalted Prophets. (See Surah Baqarah Part 1, Ayah 31; Surah Baqarah Part 1, Ayah 251; Surah Naml Part 19, Ayah 16; Surah Ambiya Part 17, Ayah 74; Surah Yusuf Part 12, Ayah 68; Surah Yusuf Part 12, Ayah 96; Surah Qasas Part 20, Ayah14)

The fact that Allah (S.W.T) has granted Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) the Knowledge of Unseen, can be explained in three dimensions:

1) Firstly, he was given the Knowledge of the Unseen directly: (Surah Hud Part 12, Ayah 49) "These are the news of the unseen, We (Allah) reveal to you. Neither you did know it before, nor your people. Have patience. Surely, there is good end for the pious." (This is also referred to in Surah Yusuf Part 12 Ayah102 and Surah Tukweer Part 30, Ayah 24).

2) He was given the Quran, which is the treasure house of the Knowledge of the Unseen : "O people of the Book surely, Our (Allah’s) this Rasool (Messenger Muhammad (S.A.W)) has come to you who makes clear to you much of what you had hidden about the Book and he pardons you much. Surely there has come to you from Allah a Noor (light of enlightenment) and a very clear book"
(Surah Maidah Part 6, Ayah 15; See Also Surah Nahl Part 14, Ayah 89; SurahYusuf Part 12, Ayah 111; Surah Al -Inaam Part 7 Ayah 38; Surah Naml Part 19, Ayah 75)

3) He was sent as a witness. A witness can only be that person who is present at the place and time of happening and sees everything by himself. "Surely, We (Allah) have sent you as a Witness and a Bearer of good news and a Warner." (Surah Fath Part 26, Ayah 8; Surah Nisa Part 5, Ayah 41)

These verses prove that Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) will stand witness on the Day of Judgement. He will not only bear witness for his own Ummah but also for the Ummah of other Prophets.

And, finally, what can be hidden from the person who could see Allah (S.W.T)! The Holy Prophet (S.A.W) says: "I saw Allah the Almighty. Allah (S.W.T) put His Hand at my back and I felt it's coolness in my chest. That very moment, everything became known to Me and I recognised everything." (Tirmidi; Mishkat)

From the evidence above, it is quite clear that our Beloved Prophet (S.A.W) has been bestowed with the knowledge of Unseen.

Within a period of approximately 1500 years, from the time it was proclaimed by Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W), Islam has encountered an infinite amount of tribulations. In spite of these scathing attacks against our beloved Deen, never once was it tarnished or disrupted because, Alhamdulillah, it is Allah (S.W.T) Himself who is the Protector and Helper of it. He (S.W.T) states in the Holy Quran; “Surely, We (Allah) have revealed this remembrance (Quran) and We (Allah) are surely its guardian”. (Surah Hajr, V9)

Mischief varying in nature, e.g. the fitna of Yazeed, the scourge of Hajjaj ibn Yusuf, the deception of the Khaarijees etc., had previously unsuccessfully tried to demolish the foundations of Islam, but the most formidable fitna this Deen had yet to face was the Wahabism of Najdis.

It is stated in a Hadith that our Beloved Prophet (S.A.W) has said, "In the period prior to the Day of Judgement, false and deceitful groups will emerge. They will say things to you, which neither you nor your forefathers will have heard before. Stay away from these deceitful people and do not let them come near you! Do not be misguided by them and do not let them cause strife amongst you!"
(Muslim Sharif)

The beliefs and practices of Ahle Sunnah wal Jamaat are questioned by other sects to be unauthentic and the seed of doubt is placed in the minds of Muslims to encourage them to divert allegiance.

In this blessed month of Ramadan, Janathi Message aims to clearly outline with evidence, what the Aqaid and practices of Ahle Sunnah wal Jamaat are; from Shirk and Tauheed to proclaiming Ya Rasoolallah (S.A.W), from celebrating Milaad-un-Nabi (S.A.W) to reading Darood Shareef before and after Azaan.

We intend to make you aware of some of the main deviated sects that are present in our time and what beliefs they hold. We will clearly highlight and expose the blasphemous beliefs held by these misguided sects.

The biggest threat to Islam these days is from the Wahhaabi, Deobandi, Tablighi and Salafi sects. This threat to an average Muslim is not obvious at all. These days they want to call themselves Sunnis to deceive innocent Muslims.

The physical appearance of these renegades may deceive one as they decorate their deceitful faces with the Sunnah of the beard and perform compulsory acts such as Salaat, in a most convincing manner. However, their corrupt beliefs prove that they have no love for the Beloved Prophet (S.A.W).

Other deviant sects such as the Shia’s and Qadiani’s have also continued to propagate their deviant idiologies which have no Islamic base. From blasphemous statements against Sahaba e Iqraam (R.A), to believe the existence of another Prophet are proven to contradict true Aqaid.

Our purpose in preparing these topics is to present the truth based on authentic evidence. We don’t want to expose the differences with view to cause segregation in the Ummah, but rather to invite all to the true teachings of Islam with aim of following the correct Aqaid and practices of our beautiful Deen.