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Sahaba - The Blessed

At the beginning of the book (The Blessed) superiority of Ashâb of our prophet, Muhammad ´alayhissalâm, is explained along with how unjust and ignorant are those who defame Ashâb-ı-kirâm. Besides, the meaning of ijtihâd is explained. In the part of cautioning, an answer is given to the book (Hüsniyye) written by an enemy of Islam. In another part, biographies of great savants of Islam - hadrat Imâm-ı Rabbâni and hadrat Sayyed Abdülhakîm-ı Arvâsi - are explained. In the part Two Apples of the Eye of Muslims superiority of hadrat Abû Bakr and hadrat Omar is explained; in the part The First Fitna in Islam events between Ashâb-ı-kirâm are explained beautifully from the pen of hadrat Imâm-ı Rabbâni Ahmad Fârûkî Sarhandi who explains that to love all of Ashâb-ı-kirâm is a fundamental condition of being Ahl-i-sunnat.

Sahaba - The

Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 18 SAHÂBA ‘The Blessed’ by Ahmad Fârûqî “The Sahâba and the Ahl-i Bayt always loved each other” Hüseyn Hilmi Işık Seventh Edition Hakîkat Kitâbevi Darüşşefeka Cad. 53/A P.K.: 35 34083 Fatih-ISTANBUL/TURKEY Tel: 90.212.523 4556–532 5843 Fax: 90.212.523 3693 http://www.hakikatkitabevi.com e-mail: bilgi@hakikatkitabevi.com MARCH-2014

  • Page 2 and 3: ATTENTION The pure life led by each
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  • Page 14 and 15: has a hawârî (apostle). My hawâr
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  • Page 30 and 31: Paradise.” This one group, called
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  • Page 34 and 35: under his blessed overcoat, too. Th
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    of the Sahâba ‘radiy-Allâhu ta

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    situations for which you will not f

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    states in another hadîth-i-sherîf

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    teaching Islam would be told to mak

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    judgement on his ijtihâd and refus

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    ’anhum ajma’în’, including H

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    who were responsible for the disagr

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    commitment of the entire Qur’ân

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    Madhhabs (of the previous four lead

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    transactions such as) buying and se

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    ajma’în’, since it would have

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    shar’iyya (rules of the Sharî’

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    our religion said, “Any behaviour

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    ’anhâ’ lap. Upon seeing them i

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    caliphate compatible with Islam and

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    slept in her house. He woke up, smi

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    command of Khâlid bin Walîd ‘ra

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    Allâhu ’anh’ administration! I

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    taslîmât’, and Bâqir and Hasan

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    ‘radiy-Allâhu ’anh’ relates:

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    “People who will pass the bridge

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    eached perfection under his tutorsh

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    superiorities among all the Ashâb-

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    prophethood. As I, the faqîr, have

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    tax those who fought against Hadrat

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    men of a Jewish convert named Abdul

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    FIFTEENTH LETTER of THE SECOND VOLU

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    Prophet ‘sall-Allâhu ’alaihi w

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    sun or stars, is termed shirk. A pe

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    NOTE There are twenty-two groups wh

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    perhaps have felt shame to say that

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    I challenged, ‘I shall throw ston

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    il-Mahfûz.” [1] [Tayyibî], the

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    handiwork.” Imâm Baydâwî ‘ra

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    y the research scholar Gelenbevî

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    disbeliever wills disbelief and a s

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    only things it has been familiarize

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    the events of nutrition, reproducti

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    and utterly harmonious relations an

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    them!” This âyat-i-kerîma prosc

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    years old. Alî ‘radiy-Allâhu

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    with their tongues what is not in t

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    when Allâhu ta’âlâ is with the

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    that the religion of Allâhu ta’

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    of Allah). Likewise, our speech is

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    Arwâsî’s ‘rahimahullâhu ta

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    of Jâbir bin Abdullah states, “N

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    of fact, it is written in our books

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    Mughîra] attempted to hit the Mess

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    ’anhum ajma’în’,) are canoni

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    not move. Your deeds were truth and

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    out in the street to pay homage (to

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    marched to prevent the nomination.

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    chastisement of the apostates. Khâ

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    Sahâba. We would hold Abû Bakr th

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    Abdullah ibn Abbâs related: When t

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    ack home. A year later, another hug

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    that if they should go back without

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    Abdullah ibn Abbâs quotes Rasûlul

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    Alî Murtadâ. If a person dislikes

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    That the Messenger of Allah prohibi

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    weapons and the white mule, which h

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    unanimously quoted by the Ashâb-i-

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    ta’âlâ). If a person swears at

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    Abû Bakr - How could I go ahead of

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    salâm’ stated, “I am like a tr

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    ‘radiy-Allâhu ’anh’, and an

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    THE EVENT of KERBELÂ Multifarious

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    which was written by Muhammad Bâqi

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    me and they have stolen my property

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    people who had plotted treason and

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    a certain degree in Tasawwuf as wel

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    improvement of the heart and soul),

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    7- With such superlative knowledge

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    person like him has come out. 12- K

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    objections to great people’s word

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    inferiority that my heart feels tow

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    estrange the short-sighted people f

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    normally have inspired, so that the

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    thousands of times higher than the

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    attainable with mind; an owner of g

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    perfections in the grades of Wilây

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    knowledge and ma’rifat that clear

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    eiterated his disapproval of a grou

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    THE TWO MOST BELOVED DARLINGS of MU

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    Shaikhayn (Hadrat Abû Bakr and Had

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    THE TWO MOST BELOVED DARLINGS of MU

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    ’anhumâ’ said that the Messeng

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    ’Umar, could look at him in the f

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    Badr, Uhud, Bî’at-ur-ridwân and

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    diagnosing the right and enlighteni

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    ’Amr bin Abû Sufyân reports in

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    the evening, during his thirteen-ye

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    had two duties. One of them was to

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    preserved and forwarded the Qur’

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    today on will harm him!” When, on

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    different ijtihâds: The first grou

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    colleagues in vehemence and austeri

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    love Abû Bakr very much,” at a t

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    ta’âlâ reach each and every ind

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    fell not on the Messenger of Allah,

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    described in two different ways: Th

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    That he would become Khalîfa was d

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    written by a committee under Hadrat

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    that sort were said to Hadrat Abbâ

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    earliest Believer. There are other

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    immediately, confident of success.

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    only person blessed with the epithe

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    the Jâthiya sûra of the Qur’ân

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    Mâlikî, Hanafî, and Shâfi’î.

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    lessed Prophet praised him in his h

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    accounts of the bloody ventures whi

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    Answer 23: These speculations show

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    SUPPLEMENTARY CHAPTER - 2 - No one

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    ’anh’ should be (the first) Kha

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    which are known only to the owner o

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    That Hadrat Abû Bakr is the highes

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    criterion was taken into considerat

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    Even if we were to admit that they

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    following Monday. He would have rep

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    written by Hadrat ’Uthmân ‘rad

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    fight the Muslims are not within th

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    Umayyad Khalîfas did not render se

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    5- It shows ways of getting along w

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    explorations called) kashf of the g

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    The book Maktûbât by ’Urwa-t-ul

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    and after death alike. The fayz and

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    acknowledgement: “Nu’mân would

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    ‘radiy-Allâhu ’anh’ when a J

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    attainments will reproduce happines

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    Salihîn by vilifying the Ashâb-i-

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    way, a moderate and correct way. Th

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    statement. That statement shows tha

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    Or, do these people identify themse

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    “They are utterly compassionate t

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    stating the superiorities of the th

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    Qur’ân al-kerîm that Jewry is r

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    master. He would not even pay atten

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    promoted to, and so unique was the

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    the mission. ’Uthmân has many ki

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    years is supposed to have fallen sh

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    ijtihâd caused mujtahids to be pro

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    According to a hadîth-i-sherîf wh

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    with îmân, (i.e. as a Believer).

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    see heads being cut off and falling

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    ecame Khalîfa rightfully. By the e

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    which states, “My Ummat are auspi

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    i-sherîf, quoted by Tabarânî and

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    Sa’d bin Mu’âdh is my friend.

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    Enes bin Mâlik passed away in Basr

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    as well as in peace-time, he would

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    The phrase, “... No more than one

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    Best of Mankind stated: “These tw

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    They unanimously voted Abû Bakr

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    also was involved. Abdullah, Zubayr

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    visible rays which we always see, s

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    The (English translation of the) ei

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    owner, their master ‘sall-Allâhu

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    the most vehement torment.” The Q

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    He passed away in 1255 [A.D. 1839].

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    25— The Turkish pamphlet captione

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    âyat-i-kerîmas indicate, that enm

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    emiss in [spreading the Sharî’at

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    You write that you feel deep anxiet

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    and never change. Neither they were

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    Communists deceive the youth with l

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