Eid-Milad-Un-Nabi Nahi Manana Chaheya

(Waqas Maqsood, Karachi)

Yad Karen Wasiyat-E-Rasool(S.A.W) Ko. "Meri Aur Mere Khulfa-E-Rashideen Ki Sunnat Ko Pakar K Rakhna. Aur Deen Mai Naye (New) Kam Se Bachna".
 
NOTE:12 Rabi-Ul-Awwal Ka Din Nabi(S.A.W) Ki Zindagi Main 63 Bar Aya, Or Khulafa-E-Rashideen Mai Se Abu Bakar(R.A)Ki Khilafat Main 2 Bar.Umar(R.A)Ki Khilafat Main 10 Bar.Usman(R.A)Ki Khilafat Main 12 Bar Or Ali(R.A)Ki Khilafat Main 4 Bar Aya, Kya In Main Say Kisi Nay Bhi Eid-Milad-Un-Nabi Manaya? Kya Sahaba, Tabaen Or Aima-Arba Main Se Kisi Aik Ne Bhi Ye Din Manaya? Nahi Na? To Jan Len K Ye Teesri Eid Biddat Hai Or "Har Biddat Gumrahi Hai Jis Ka Anjam Jahannum Ki Aag Hay".
 

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Celebrating Milaad un Nabi

When we celebrate Milad, we gather, in order to send salutations (durud) to the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), give charity to the poor (sadaqa), and to remember the wilada (birth) and virtues of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace). The Ahl as-Sunna does not say that one must celebrate Milad only on the 12th of Rabi’ al-Awwal; in fact it can be celebrated at any time of the year. Generally Milad an-Nabi is celebrated, on the 12th of Rabi’ al-Awwal, by Muslims all over the world. In every Muslim country, there is a public holiday for Milad an-Nabi, except one country, but even in that country the people celebrate the Milad individually.

The birth of the anbiya has been mentioned in the Qur’an; for example, Adam, Musa, ‘Isa, and Yahya (peace be upon them). Furthermore, if it is wrong to talk about the birth of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), then why has Allah Most High mentioned it in the Qur’an?

Evidence of Milad an-Nabi from the Qur’an
Allah Most High says in the Holy Qur’an:

“Say: ‘In the bounty of Allah,and His Mercy, therein let them rejoice.’ That is better then what they amass”

[Sura Yunus, verse 58]

In this verse, Allah Most High tells us that we should be happy when we receive blessings and mercy from Him. Without doubt, the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) is the greateset mercy and blessing of Allah Most High.

Allah Most High says in the Qur’an:

“And we sent you not but as a mercy for all the worlds”

[Sura al-Anbiya’, verse107]

Allah Most High says in the Qur’an:

“Oh Prophet! The communicator of unseen news. We have sent you as a present beholder and bearer of glad tidings and a warner.

And an inviter towards Allah by His command and a brightening sun.

And give glad tidings to the believers that for them is a great bounty.”

[Sura al-Ahzab, verses 44-47]

Allah Most High says in the Qur’an:

“…remind them of the Days of Allah…”

[Ibrahim, verse 5]

Hafiz Ibn Kathir and Qadi Shawkani write that:

” ‘the Days of Allah’ refers to the day on which Allah Almighty has done a favour on mankind. For example, the freedom of Banu Isra’il from the slavery of Fir’awn”

[Ibn Kathir,Tafsir Ibn Kathir; Qadi Shawkani, Fath al-Qadir]

Allah’s greatest favour on mankind was the birth of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace). This means that the Milad of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) is one of the “Days of Allah”, therefore we should remember it.

Hafiz Ibn Rajab writes that:

“It is recommended to fast on those days on which Allah Most High has sent blessings on us. The greatest favour which Allah Almighty has bestowed us with, is the sending down of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace). Allah Most High says in the Qur’an:’I have favoured you among nations and sent to you a Prophet from among you’

[Ibn Rajab, ltaa’if-ul-ma’rif, page 111]

Some Other Evidences of Milad
Our Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) celebrated the birth of his son Ibrahim by freeing a slave.[Ta’rikh Ibn Kathir, ‘Birth of Ibrahim’]

Imam Muslim writes that the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) was asked about the fast on Mondays that he kept. The Prophet replied, ‘This is the day of my birth’

[Muslim, ‘Kitab as-Sawm’]

This proves that the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) kept fast on Mondays to show gratitude for his birth.

Imam al-Bukhari writes that:

“ When Abu Lahab died, someone from his household saw him in a dream and asked him what happened in the grave. He said, ‘I am being punished severely, but on Mondays I get water from the finger with which I am freed Thuwayba [Abu Lahab’s slave] ‘”,

[Bukhari, ‘Kitab an-Nikah’]

Friday is a special day for Muslims because this is the day that Allah created Adam (peace be upon him).

[Muslim, ‘Book of Jumu’a’; also Ta’rikh Ibn Kathir, vol.1, ‘Story of Adam’]

Hafiz Ibn Kathir writes that Abu Lahab freed Thuwayba on the day that the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) was born.

[Ibn Kathir, Sirat an-Nabi, ‘Birth of the Prophet’]

This proves that a kafir, Abu Lahab, was happy on the day of the birth of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) and was rewarded by having his punishment reduced. If this is true, then indeed Allah will bless a Muslim who rejoices the birth of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace). This hadith has been used by many ‘ulema to justify the celebration of Milad.

Hafiz Ibn Hajar al-‘Asqalani writes:

“Sohaily said that ‘Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him), who was the uncle of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), had the above dream. Apart from this, other muhaddithin have also attributed this dream to ‘Abbas”

[Ibn Hajar al-‘Asqalani, Fath al-Bari, chapter on ‘Nikah’]

A person may ask, ‘When did ‘Abbas have this dream? Was it before or after he embraced Islam?’The answer to this is that he had this dream after coming into the fold of Islam [Sira Ibn Hisham]. Abu Lahab died after the Battle of Badr, before which ‘Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) embraced Islam.

Fatwa of Scholars for Milad
Hafiz Ibn Taymiyya writes:

“Those people who celebrate Milad through the love and respect of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), will be rewarded by Allah”

[Iqtida as-Sirat al-Mustaqim, page 294]

He also writes that:

“If someone celebrates Milad with the love and respect of Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), he will have a ‘big reward’… In Muslim communities, Milad an-Nabi gatherings are only done with the respect and love for the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)”

[Iqtida as-Sirat al-Mustaqim, page 297]

Hafiz Ibn Kathir wrote that:

“There was once a King, Abu Sa’id Malik Muzaffar – a man of good deeds.In his kingdom, wherever he saw a lack of water, he would build a well. He also established many Islamic study centres. Every year, he would spend half a million dinars on hosting a gathering of his people to celebrate the birthday of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace)

[Ta’rikh Ibn Kathir, vol. 13, ‘Story of King Abu Sa’id’]

Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab writes:

“Thuwayba, who was the freed slave of Abu Lahab, fed Rasolallah milk. Abu Lahab freed Thuayba at the time when she informed him that a son has been born at his brother’s house. After the death of Abu Lahab he was seen in a dream, in which he said ‘I am in severe punishment but this is lessened on Mondays’. He showed his forefinger and said ‘I will suck from it because it was with this finger that I freed Thuwayba when she informed of the birth of the Prophet, and she also fed the Prophet milk’.

“Ibn Jawzi states: ‘Abu Lahab is that kafir who has been specially referred to in the Qur’an. If such a person can be rewarded for celebrating the Milad of the Prophet, then imagine how great the reward would be for a Muslim when he celebrates it'”

[Ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab, M., Mukhtasar Sirat ar-Rasul, ‘Milad an-Nabi’]

The above is evidence that celebrating the birthday of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) in the form of a gathering is permissible.
Otherwise Hafiz Ibn Kathir would not have referred to it as a good deed and Hafiz Ibn Taymiyya would not have said that there would be a “big reward” for doing so.

Some people have the opinion that King Abu Sa’id introduced the celebrating of this occasion. This is not true because Hafiz Ibn Kathir states that in the 5th Century after hijra (AH), a king named Malik Shah also celebrated it with a gathering

[Ta’rikh Ibn Kathir, ‘Biography of Malik Shah’]

Some people even argue that the Holy Prophet was not even born on the 12th Rabi’ al-Awwal. This argument is baseless as Hafiz Ibn Kathir has discussed this in Sirat an-Nabi. He states that the majority of the scholars agree that the Prophet was born on the 12th of Rabi’ al-Awwal. The evidence of the people who do not accept this is weak [Sirat an-Nabi, vol.1, ‘Birth of the Prophet]

Muhammad ibn Ishaq states that the Prophet was born on the 12th of Rabi’ al-Awwal. [Sira Ibn Hisham, chapter on ‘Birth of the Prophet’]. Ibn Ishaq was a Tabi’i and was born in 75 AH. His book is the oldest book available on Sira in Islamic history. The first book of Sira was written by Musa ibn ‘Uqba. This book is no longer avaiable for reference.

The Ahl as-Sunna celebrate the Milad of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) with love and respect. If someone does not celebrate it, we do not call them a kafir because the matter of Milad does not affect the ‘aqida of a person. The celebrating of this should not cause any divisions among Muslims.

Hafiz Salah ad-Din Yusuf (a great follower of Hafiz Ibn Taymiyya and Shaykh an-Najdi) writes:

“On the birth date of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), to give charity to the poor or to build a masjid – we agree in this type of celebration of Milad”

[Yusuf, Salah ad-Din, Milad-un-nabi, page 92]

Hafiz Ibn Kathir writes: “On the day of the birth of Prophet(may Allah bless him and grant him peace) Shaytan cried a lot”

[Ibn Kathir, Sirat an-Nabi, ‘Birth of the Prophet’]

From Ibn Kathir’s narration we can see that to feel unhappy on the birthday of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) is the way of Shaytan, not the way of a Muslim!

Some Questions Raised Concerning the Milad
(Q) Although the Prophet was born on the 12th of Rabi’ al-Awwal, he also died on the same date. How then can the 12th of Rabi’ al-Awwal be a happy day?

(A) Mourning for someone’s death should not be more than three days, except for a woman who has lost her husband. The Prophet’s (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) death was over 1400 years ago, so the period of mourning has passed. But, after someone dies, his death is remembered by reciting the Qur’an, remembering his merits, giving alms, and making du’a’ for him. Even if the period of mourning for the Prophet’s (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) death exists, all the actions mentioned above are included when people gather for Milad an-Nabi. For this reason, there is no need to separate the celebration of the Prophet’s (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) birth, and the mourning of his death.

(Q) How can there be an ‘Id Milad an-Nabi when there are only two ‘Ids (al-Fitr and al-Adha)?

(A) Allah Most High says in the Qur’an:

“Said ‘Isa, son of Maryam,, ‘Oh Allah, our Lord, send down to us a tray of food from the Heavens so that it may be an occasion of ‘Id for the first and the last of us'”

[Sura al-Ma’ida, verse 114]

Imam al-Hakim writes that the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said, “Friday is also an ‘Id day”. Once, in the Prophet’s time, ‘Id came on Friday and the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said, “Allah has given you two ‘Ids today”

[al-Hakim, Mustadrak, ‘Jumu’a’;summary by Imam adh-Dhahabi]

Imam at-Tirmidhi writes:

“‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas was reciting the third verse of SurahMa’ida from the Qur’an. A Jew, sitting close by, heard it and said to ‘Abdullah, ‘If that verse which you recited was revealed to us, we would make that day an ‘Id day’. ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas replied, ‘When this verse was revealed, there were two ‘Ids on that day. One of them was the Hajj day and the other Friday'”

[at-Tirmidhi , ‘Tafsir’; and also Tafsir Ibn Kathir, Surah 5, verse 3]

From the references above, it is proved that the term “‘Id day” does not specifically apply to the two ‘Id days (al-Fitr and al-Adha) but instead, it could be used for any Islamic holy day. This means that we can refer to ‘Milad an-Nabi’ as ”Id-Milad an-Nabi’.

Books on Milad an-Nabi
Imam at-Tirmidhi, in his book, even gives the title of one of his chapters the name “Milad an-Nabi” [at-Tirmidhi, Shama’il]

Imam al-Waqidi (a second century scholar) also wrote a book entitled “Milad an-Nabi”. The original copy can be found in Cairo.

Allama Ibn al-Jawzi wrote a book called “Milad an-Nabi” in which he gives very strong proofs permitting the celebration of Milad.
By: Abdullah, Bahwalpur on Sep, 24 2019
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“Say: ‘In the bounty of Allah,and His Mercy, therein let them rejoice.’ That is better then what they amass”

[Sura Yunus, verse 58]
can't you see or do you even understand? where is it written or mention about the Rasool Allah (SAW) birthday? Bro get some good knowledge and read tafseer of a good writer please. May Allah guide us to a straight path Ameen Ya Rab.
By: Bilal, Riyadh on Nov, 09 2019
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jitny b boys and girls na ya bt boli hai k milad manana such ma islam ma nai hai ma onh ke shukar guzar ho mjy ya par k bhot acha laga k kuch log abi b deen k rasty py hain Alhumdulillah
By: Aimen, rawalpindi on Nov, 30 2017
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Excellent Information Sharing on this Post.
By: Nadine Sauriol, Paris on Jun, 13 2017
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nhi main apki baat se bilkul agree nhi krti
By: mini, mindi bhauddin on Dec, 13 2016
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١٢ ربیع الاول کے حوالے سے اپنی منطق کے لحاظ سے اس روز خوشی منانے یا ذکر رسول صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم سے ڈھکے چھپے الفاظ میں روکا ہی جا رہا ہے۔مجھے اس بات کی سمجھ نہیں ہم جتنے بھی گناہ گارہوں ہمیں اس ہستی کا ذکر ضرور کرنا چاہیے جو آخرت میں ہماری شفاعت کا سبب بنے گی۔کافی عرصہ سے مسلمان آپس میں ہی دست و گربیان ہیں کسی کو محرم کے جلوسوں اور اعزداری پر اعتراض ہے تو کسی کو میلاد کے منانے پر رنج ہوتا ہے۔

اگر کوئی غلط کام کر رہا ہے تو اس کو ضرور روکنا چاہیے مگر افسوس ناک بات ہے کہ اگر ہم اپنے نبی صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم کی خوشنودی کی خاطر چاہے ہم کتنے ہی بد کردار کیوں نہ ہوں کسی کو حق نہیں پہنچتا ہے کہ وہ اس معاملے میں دخل اندازی کرے۔ یہاں لوگ کسی عام شخص کی محبت میں گرفتار ہو کر جان تک دیتے ہیں تو کیا ہم اپنے بنی صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم کا ذکر بھی نہیں کر سکتے ہیں جو کہ رحمت اللعالمین ہیں۔
By: Zulfiqar Ali Bukhari, Rawalpindi on Dec, 13 2016
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hum kb keh rahy hyn k ap (S.A.W) ka zikar mat kro kro zarur kro hum bhi krty hyn zikar lakin kisi ak din nh blky pura saal krty hyn esi lye ap ko chahia k ap sara saal kro na k ak din please is bare m ghor zarur krna or agr is eid ki koi value hoti to ap (s.a.w) is ka daras zarur dty or jb ap s.a.w ny hud kaha h k mery bd deen m kuch izfa mat krna m deen mukamal kr k ja raha hun to phir ap logon ko b koi haq nh puhnchta k ap esy eid ka name do or jesy baki eido ka zikar h agr ye eid b hti to is ks zikar b zarur hota
By: aimansaud, daska on Nov, 22 2017
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Assalam o alaikum
M koi alim deen nahi ik sada sa musalman hn. Aaj melad k din road p nikla to kuch chezay daikh k bht preshan sa ho gaya Kay logo nay BRI gario m bray bray speaker rakhay hoay or zoor zoor say naat lagi hoi wo bhi music k sath bachay nach rahay. Gharo m lightay lagi hoi. Ik ajeeb c kafiat ho gae k or ik sawal sa paida ho gaya k.kia yehi Islam hai. Islam to sadgi ka mzhab hai uski eid kay din bhi khushi mananay ka tareeqa namaz hai. To yeah konsa deen hai. Jismay songs ki tarz pay naat lagi hoi bachay dance kr rahay. Yeah islam ki roh e nahi hai. Yeah to Christians say mustaar lia treeqa hai jaisay wo Christmas manatay.
Khudara aam musalman ko ghumrah na krai or yeah treeqa shor day. Bhai Melad Kay din masjido ko zikr say Quran say ibadat say abad krai. Yeah islam hai.
Yeah kia Jo srko pay gario m fast music k sath naat laga kr yeah konsa Islam hai.
Khudara khud bhi gumrahi say bachay or oron ko bhi bachaey.
Shukria
By: Haadi, Islamabad on Dec, 12 2016
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ayesha sahiba wah cantt se ...... aap se guzarish he k hadees or hawala likhne se pehle verify kkr lia kren k aap ne sahi bhi likhi he ya nhi... muslim 1162 me ye hadees he hi nhi jo ap ne likhi he..... barai meharbani verify kr lia kren
By: M.Safeer, karachi on Dec, 07 2016
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ASSALAM O AALYKUM
TAMAM log mutawaja hoon
ISLAM MAY 3 DIN SAY ZADA SOG MANA NA HARAM HAY
TOO HUZOOR KA WISAL TOO SADEEAY BEET CHU KEEN HAYN?
TO HUM KHUSHI MANA TY HYN
GHAM NAHI

AUR HAN HAR BIDAT BURI NAHI HOTI
THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF BIDAS
AYK BIDAT AY SAEEYA HAY

AUR 2 BIDAT AY HASNA

BIDAT AY SAEEYA BORI HAY
AUR BIDAT AY SAEYAH
SAEYAH ACHI HAY

hum apas may kun lar rahy hyn
apny bachy ka bhi aur apni shadi ka bhi birthday manaty hyn hum
to
{{{ NABI AY PAK SAL ALLAH HO AALY HAY WALAHI WASALLAM}}}} ki youm ay wiladat kun nahi mana chaeeay
zara sonche ay
din e point
sawal akhri din bhi yani wisal ka din
{{{{{Huzoor ay pak SALALLAH HO AALY HAY WALY HI WASSALAM }}}}KA hay aur weladat ka din bhi phir kun manaty hoo? phir kon sa din manaty hooo?
jawab note>>>>>
din ay islam may 3 din say zaeed SOOOOG MANANA HARAM HAY
TO SABH SAMAJH JAOO KAY YAHAN NEYAT DAYKHI JAY GI NA
,MAYRY BHAI KYA BACHHA ABH ABH BACHA HAY KHUSHEE
TOO KHUSHII MANANA CHA HI YAY NA
BAY AQAL........... APNI SHADI KI SALGIRA TO MANA TY HOO NABI KA KUN NAHIII??????
SAWAL QAYAMAT TAK KA TIME



By: shahroz ali, karachi on Nov, 26 2016
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Rasol S.A.W is din ko roza rakty ty. TO zara sochy ka app log kiya karty hon our Rasol S.A.W karty ty.Rasol S.A.W ki sunat kiya hain our app log
By: USMAN, Swat on Jul, 30 2016
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Kiya app log( Ashaba kiram R.A)say zyada (Muhammad S.A.W ) sey mubat karty. Un logo say to Eid sabit nahi hoi us din ko.or kiya Muhammad S.A.W say muhbat ka izhar karna Allah nay istrah farmaya hain kiya. Ky 12 rabi awal ko eid manawo ye muhabat ka sabot hain. ASli muhbat Muhammad S.A.W ki ataat hain. AP S.A.W ny jo kaha hain us per amal karna hain. Hain eid milad ko mana matlab Rasol S.A.W ka Birth day mana .Our ye jaiz nahi. Hain likin us din roza is niyat say ky hum Allah ka shukar ada karty hain Allah nay hamain itni bari Naimat say nawaza hain.
By: USMAN, Swat on Jul, 30 2016
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Ham jasne id miladunnabi manate h or manate rahenge hujur ki amad mar baba sarkar ki amad marhaba
By: md shakir sarmasta sarif, muzaffarpur on Mar, 11 2016
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thik hai tum sab apni apni daleel dena, jab haude kauthar par faristey aakar kicch kar jahannam ki taraf le jaa rahey hongey is bidat ki wajah sey, namaz-roza-jakat tw nahi kar patey hain sahi se, sirf khurafat karna chahatey hain
By: MOHAMMADALI ANSARI, salalah, oman on Feb, 25 2016
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hR BiDDAT gUMRAHI AY KIA BAT HY HADEEES-RASOOL KA HWAL GY RHY HO MGR GHOR KRO IS HDEES MAIN KISI KHAS BAT KA ZIKR NHI BLKY AAM KAHA GYA AY HR BIDDAT GUMRAHI HY OR YE BHI AP NY LKIKHA AY BIDDAT MTLB NAI CHEEZ EJAD KRNA IS HSAB SY AP AP KY WALID DADA PRDADA ....SB BIDDAT MAIN AY OR BIDDAT KA MTLAB BQOL AP KY GUMRAHI HY TO AP SB GUMRAH HOWY OR HM GUMRAHO K LYE SRF DUA KR SKTY HAIN OR KUCH NHI OR GUMRAHON KI POST BI GUMRAH KRNY WALI HOTI AY JAHILANA HOTI HY
By: SAJJAD MEHM00D, lah0re on Dec, 24 2015
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SAJJAD MEHMOOD,

sab se pehli baat ye hai k har woh bid'at gumraahi hai jo DEEN mai ki jae. chahe aap k dil ko kitni he acchi q na lagay. is liye bagher ilm rakhay jab aap aik baat karein ge tu aisi fazool baat he karein ge jaisa ka aap ne farmaaya k fulan ka baap bhi bid'at, us ka daada bhi bid'at etc

imaam bukhari rahimahullah ne apne sahee mai aik baab banda: baabul ilmu qabalal qoali wal a'mal
ye'ni aisa chapter k jis mai bataaya giya hai k ye zuroori hai k pehle kisi cheez ko jano aur phir kaho ya amal karo.

bahar haal aqal mand ko ishaara kaafi hota hai.
By: manhaj-as-salaf, Peshawar on Dec, 28 2015
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Boht se ulma kram ye kehte hain ke nabi Pak Ki wiladat 9 rabi ul awal ko hoe aor ap 12 rabi ul awal ap Ki wafat ka din hai ager ye sach hai to zra sochye phir ????
By: mudasar ali , Sargodha on Dec, 24 2015
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AP(S.A.W.W) sb insaniyat k liye amli namona hain beshak.. ap ki taareef likhty likhty tu dunia jahan k samnadar aur dariya khtam ho jain gy laikn phr bhe ap S.A.W.W ki shan ka haq ada nai ho sakta... 12 rabi-ul-awal ap (S.A.W.W) ki WILADAT py paharian banana? aatish baazi kerna jaiz hai? kia Quran O Hadith sharif main iss ki koi daleel milti? ager hmra koi piara dunia sy ruksat ho jay, jis ki Peedaish ka din aur wafat ka din aik ho tu us ki bersi any py hum us ki Birthday manain gay ya,,cake kaatain gay? ya Nawafil ada krain gy aur gareebo main khairat kr k duain maangy gay... lihaza iss din bhe hmain ziada sy ziada nawafaL Ada kerny chayee aur apny Akhri Nabi (S.A.W.W) k sadky rab sy apni galtio ki maafi aur bakshihs ki duain kerni chahyee naa k fazool rasmo main paisa aur wakt babad kr k biddayt k murtakib hoon.. ALLAH pak sab musliman bahn bhaio ko sahi rasta phachanany ki taufeeq ata fermayee..Ameen..
By: Suleman Saleem, lahore on Dec, 24 2015
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مزہبی کالم نگاری میں لکھنے اور تبصرہ کرنے والے احباب سے گزارش ہے کہ دوسرے مسالک کا احترام کرتے ہوئے تنقیدی الفاظ اور تبصروں سے گریز فرمائیں - شکریہ