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Miftah-ul-Janna (Booklet for way to Paradise)

after interment.

after interment. Wahhâbîs deny the fact that it is sunnat to carry out the telqîn. They say that it is bid’at to do so. They say that a dead person will not hear you. The scholars of Ahl as-Sunnat ‘rahima-humullâhu ta’âlâ’ wrote various books and proved that it is an act of sunnat to give telqîn, (i.e. to perform it.) One of these valuable books is Nûr-ul-yaqîn fî mebhas-it-telqîn, written by Mustafâ bin Ibrâhîm Siyâmî ‘rahima-hullâhu ta’âlâ’. A hadîth-isherîf on the authority of Tabarânî and Ibni Menda is quoted in that book. That hadîth-i-sherîf commands to perform the telqîn. The book, i.e. Nûr-ul-yaqîn..., was printed in Bangkok, Thailand in 1345, and its second edition was brought out in Istanbul, Turkey, in 1396 [1976 A.D.]. With the command of Allâhu ta’âlâ, the corpse in its grave wakes up, like from sleep, to find itself in a dark place. She calls her servant or slave or the person who used to serve her in the world and says: “Fetch me a candle!” There comes no reply, not even a single sound or voice. The grave cleaves in two, and there appear the two questioning angels [named Munkar and Nakîr]. Raging flames come from their mouths, and their nostrils belch out heavy smoke. They get quite close to her and ask: “Men Rabbuka wa mâ dînuka, wa men nebiyyuka, (i.e. who is your Rabb and what is your religion, and who is your Prophet,)?” If she answers the questions correctly, the angels deliver her the good news of the mercy of Haqq ta’âlâ, and leave. Presently there opens a window on the right hand side of her grave and someone whose face is as bright as the full moon comes in through the window. As soon as this woman blessed with îmân sees that beautiful person by her side, she rejoices at the unexpected company, and asks: “Who are you?” “I have been created from your patience and gratitude in the world,” replies company from felicity. “I shall be your companion until the day of Rising.” So long as the nafs carries on with harâms its affinity, The heart shall never reflect the lights coming from Divinity! – 266 –

CONCERNING THE DEATHS of the WRONGED, the PATIENT, and the GHARÎB–MARTYRS Deaths of all these people are identical. We will describe one of them, so that the rest will be matched accordingly. There are two kinds of gharîb (lonely, forlorn, left alone) people: One of them is a person left alone in a far away land and who have no relatives or acquaintances with them. The other one is poor, although they live in their home land. Nobody condescends to go and see them. Both these kinds of Believers are gharîb people, who will be martyrs if they die (in that situation). Another Believer who will die as a martyr is one who is past the age of sixty and never omits the daily five namâzes. [A person who dies from committing an act of harâm will not become a martyr; an example of this is a person who imbibes alcohol and becomes poisoned. (This person will not become a martyr if he dies from poisoning.) However, if a person dies during alcoholic consumption and yet for some other reason, e.g. because the building where they are imbibing alcohol collapses, then they attain martyrdom. A woman’s entire body, with the exception of her face and palms, is within her limbs of awrat. It is farz for her to cover her entire body, with the exception of her face and palms, (as she goes out or in the presence of men who are nâ-mahram to her.) A woman who does not attach due importance to this matter becomes an unbeliever. Another kind of martyr is a girl or woman who never goes out without properly covering her head, hair, arms and legs. Allâhu ta’âlâ’s commandments and prohibitions, as an ensemble, are called the Ahkâm-i-islâmiyya. Parents who learn the Ahkâm-iislâmiyya and teach them to their children are among martyrs.] None of these people will become martyrs unless they have îmân (as taught by the scholars of Ahl as-sunnat) and perform their namâz five times daily. As well, a Muslim who dies as he is being held captive by the enemy, becomes a martyr. An unbeliever who dies under torture shall not become a martyr. A person who dies as an unbeliever shall never enter Paradise. The moment when the aforesaid martyrs put their heads on the cushion on their deathbed, the gates to heavens open and so many angels descend to earth that only Mawlâ (Allâhu ta’âlâ) knows their number. They hold crowns and garments of nûr in their hands. With profound reverence they invite that person’s soul. As a matter of fact, Haqq ta’âlâ describes this state at the final part of Fajr Sûra. Another martyr is a Believer who turns his face towards the Derghâh-i-’izzat and supplicates: “O my Ma’bûd (the One whom I – 267 –

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