BILAL BIN RABAH DREAM & THEN VISITING PROPHET GRAVE.

Once Bilal ra beheld the Prophet (s.a.w.) in his dream saying to him:
“O Bilal! How is it that you never visit me.” No sooner did he get up that he set out for Madinah. On reaching there, Hassan and Hussain (r.a.), the Prophet’s grandsons, requested him to call out the Azaan. He could not refuse them, for they were very dear to him. But as soon as the Azaan was called, the people of Madinah cried openly out of their anguish at the memory of the happy old days of the Prophet’s time. Even the women came out of their houses weeping. Bilal (r.a.) left Madinah again after a few days and died in Damascus in 20 A.H.

(SUBKI IN HIS BOOK SHIFA AL-SIQAM PAGE 52)

CRITICISM :-

1) WEAKNESS IN CHAIN.

2) ATHAR IS FABRICATED.

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1) WEAKNESS IN CHAIN.

HAFIZ AD-DAHABEE SAID :-

There is weakness in the chain and it is Munkar

(SEYAR UL ULUM AN NABUWA )

SCAN :-
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HAFIZ IBN ABDUL HADI SAID :-

REFUTED AS-SUBKI BY SAYING

It is not proven and if for the sake of an argument it is proven then it is not evidence for visiting the graves

(SARIM AL-MUNKI PAGE NO 314)

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2) ATHAR IS FABRICATED :-

HAFIZ IBN HAJAR ASQALANI SAID :-

IN THE BIOGRAHPY OF IBRAHEEM BIN MOHAMMAD BIN SULEMAN THIS STORY IS A CLEAR FABRICATION

(LISAN AL-MIZAN 1/107-108 NO 320)
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SHAWKANI SAID :-

There is no base of this story

(AL-FAWAID AL-MAJMOOA PAGE 40)

CONCLUSION :-

ABOVE ATHAR IS FABRICATE.

Posted on September 6, 2012, in TAWASSUL AND ISTIGATHA REFUTATIONS and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. jazak ALLAHU KHIARAN

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