Hadith Shawwal Ke Chhe-06 Roze

Shawwal Ke Chhe-06 Roze

“Hazrat Aboo Ayyub Ansari RadiyAllahu Ta’ala ‘Anhu Se Riwayat Hai Ki Rasool Allah SallAllahu Ta’ala ‘Alayhi Wa-Aalihi Wa-Sallam Ne Farmaya : Jo Shakhs Ramadaan-ul-Mubarak Ke Roze Rakkhe, Phir Us Ke Baa’d Shawwal Ke Chhe-06 Roze Rakkhe Goya Us Ne ‘Umr Bhar Ke Roze Rakkhe.”

[Muslim Fi As-Sahih, 02/822, Raqm-1164,

Tirmidhi Fi As-Sunan, 03/132, Raqm-759,

Aboo Dawud Fi As-Sunan, 02/324, Raqm-2433,

Ibn Majaha As-Sunan, 10/547, Raqm-1716,

Nasa’i Fi As-Sunan-ul-Kubra, 02/164, Raqm-2866,

Tabarani Fi Al-Mu’jam-ul-Kabir, 04/135, Raqm-3908,

Mundhiri Fi At-Targhibu Wa At-Tarhibu Mina Al-Hadith Ash-Sharif, 02/660, Raqm-1512,

Al-Minhaj-us-Sawi Mina Al-Hadith-in-Nabawi ﷺ, Safha-229, 230, Raqm-165.]

Quran and Modern Science::FORMATION OF PETROLEUM

4- He brings out the pasture
5- Then turns it into a blackish floodwater.
87-The Most High, 4-5


Petroleum is primarily the outcome of a long process during which
herbage like algae and fern in the interstices of rocks is exposed to the
chemical effects of various bacteria. Today the origin of petroleum is
believed to be organic material. Pastures created before man was created were destined to turn in time to petroleum within the framework
of the ecological balance of the world. Oily organic residues decomposed beneath the floor of the seas for millions of years. The underlying oily substance eventually was transformed into petroleum.
Petroleum presents the properties of “floodwater.” Petroleum,
more often than not, moves away from where it was originally formed.
It does not have a settling property. Petroleum behaves like flood liquid, traveling long distances and collecting at spots where it comes
across hard rocks without pores. Petroleum beds have been discovered
in places where they were found as deposits, hindered from continuing their course.
In brief, petroleum, as described in the verses, is
1. made of organic matter,
2. blackish and
3. moves like floodwater.


PETROLEUM’S PLACE IN OUR LIFE
Until the mid-nineteenth century, crude petroleum was collected at
places where it had leaked to the surface. Because it mixed with water where animals quenched their thirst and with wells drilled for drinking water, it was considered to be a nuisance. In the 1850s Ferris, and
Kier who succeeded him, initiated studies that led to its use as fuel for
lamps. Edwin L. Drake discovered petroleum beds at a depth of 21
meters, on August 27, 1859. As petroleum was more reliable than
whale fishing and much cheaper to be consumed as lamp oil there was
a ready market; and the petroleum era was thus ushered in.
God had devised the composition of this substance in such a way
that it serves different purposes in many aspects of our life. Some of
the best known derivatives of petroleum are fuel oil, petrol, and paraffin oil. Derivatives less known find their usage in the manufacture of
candles and wax, perfumes and cosmetics, even in substances used in
cheese production wherein it prevents the cheese’s decomposition.
Still other petrol oils are used in the following products: insecticides,
acetone used in nail polish, artificial rubber, plastic material, chemicals
used in the production of detergents and certain drugs containing
petroleum derivatives. Last but not least, many textile products also
contain petroleum in their composition.
The story, whose beginnings go back to the decomposition of pasture, continues with the petroleum beds in the depths of the soil, with
the production of detergents, t-shirts and nail polish. In verses 4 and
5 of the sura The Most High, there are allusions to petroleum. The
three verses that precede it mention that God said that everything was
given in due order and proportion.
1- Glorify the name of your Lord, The Most High
2- Who creates and proportions
3- Who determines in due order and guides.
87-The Most High, 1-3