Ibrahim Alaihissalam ki Mitti!

Ibrahim Alaihissalam ki Mitti!

“Hazrat Ibne Buraida Apne Walid se ek taweel riwayat me byan karte hain ke Huzoor Nabi-e-Akram SallAllahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam ne farmaya: Unlogo ka kya hoga jo Ali ki Shaan me gustakhi karte hain! (Jaan lo) jo Ali ki gustakhi karta hai wo Meri gustakhi karta hai aur jo Ali se juda hua wo Mujhse juda hogaya. Beshak Ali Mujhse hai aur Mai Ali se hun, Uski Takhleeq Meri Mitti se hui hai aur Meri Takhleeq Ibrahim ki Mitti se, aur Mai Ibrahim se Afzal Hun. Hum me se baaz, baaz ki aulad hain, Allah Ta’ala ye saari baate Sunne aur Jaan ne Wala hai.—–Wo Mere baad tum sabka Wali hai. (Buraida bayan karte hain ke) Maine kaha: Ya RasoolAllah! Kuch waqt inayat farmaen aur Apna Haath badhaaen, Mai Tajdeed-e-Islam ki Baiyat karna chahta hun, (aur) Mai Aap SallAllahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam se juda na hua yahan tak ke maine Islam par (dobara) baiyat karli.”

Tabrani, Mujam al Awsat, 6/162,163, #2085
Haysami, Majma uz Zawaid, 9/128
[Kanzul Mattalib fee Manaqib Ali Ibne Abi Talib Alaihi-mussalam: Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri]

Hazrat Rabiya Rehmatullah alaih and Hazrat Hassan Basri Rehmatullah alaih

Hazrat Rabiya R.A, a great Sufi mystic, was passing…. It was the street she used to pass every day on her way to the marketplace, because in the marketplace she would go every day and shout the truth that she had attained. And for many days she had been watching a mystic, a well-known mystic, Hazrat Hassan Basri, sitting before the door of the mosque and praying to God, “God, open the door! Please open the door! Let me in!”

Rabiya R.A could not tolerate it that day. Hassan was crying, tears were rolling down, and he was shouting again and again, “Open the door! Let me in! Why don’t you listen? Why don’t you hear my prayers?”

Every day she had laughed, whenever she had heard Hazrat Hassan she had laughed, but it was too much today. Tears…and Hazrat Hassan was really crying, weeping, crying his heart out. She went, she shook Hazrat Hassan, and said, “Stop all this nonsense! The door is open — in fact you are already in!

Hazrat Hassan looked at Hazrat Rabiya, and that moment became a moment of revelation. Looking into the eyes of Hazrat Rabiya, he bowed down, touched her feet, and said, “You came in time; otherwise I would have called my whole life! For years I have been doing this — where have you been before? And I know you pass this street every day. You must have seen me crying, praying.”

Hazrat Rabiya said, “Yes, but truth can only be said at a certain moment, in a certain space, in a certain context. I was waiting for the right, ripe moment. Today it has arrived; hence I came close to you. Yesterday if I had told you, you would have felt irritated; you may have even become angry. You may have reacted antagonistically; you may have told me, ‘You have disturbed my prayer!’ — and it is not right to disturb anybody’s prayer.”

Even the king is not allowed to disturb the prayer of a beggar. Even if a criminal, a murderer, is praying in Mohammedan countries, the police have to wait till he finishes his prayer, only then can he be caught. Prayer should not be disturbed.

Hazrat Rabiya said, “I had wanted to tell you this, that ‘Hassan, don’t be a fool, the door is open — in fact, you are already in!’ But I had to wait for the right moment.

Hadith:Aakhiri Nabi

“Hazrat ‘Irbad Bin Sariyah رَضِىَ اللهُ تَعَالىٰ عَنْهُ Bayaan Karte Hain Ki Rasool Allah صَلَّى اللهُ تَعَالىٰ عَلَيْهِ وَآلِهِ وَسَلَّم Ne Farmaya : Mein Allah Ta’ala Kee Bargah Me Us Waqt Se Aakhiri Nabi Likha Ja Chuka Tha Jab Ki Hazrat Aadam عَلَيْهِ السَّلَام Abhi Apni Mitti Me Gundhe Hu’e They Aur Mein Tumhe’n Us Kee Taaweel Bataata Hoo’n : Mein Hazrat Ibrahim عَلَيْهِ السَّلَام Kee Du’aa (Ka Nateeja) Hoo’n Aur Hazrat ‘Isa عَلَيْهِ السَّلَام Kee Bashaarat Hoo’n, Aur Is Ke Ilaawa Apni Waalida Ka Woh Khaab Hoo’n Jo Unhone Meri Wilaadat Se Pehle Dekha Tha Aur Ambiya-e Kiram Kee Maa‘ei‘n Isi Tarah Ke Khaab Dekhti Hain.”

Ise Imam Ahmad Ne Riwaayat Kiya Hai.

[Ahmad Bin Hanbal Fi Al-Musnad, 04/127-128, Raqm-16700, 16712,

Ibn Hibban Fi As-Sahih, 14/313, Raqm-4604,

Ibn Abi ‘Asim Fi As-Sunnah, 01/179, Raqm-409,

Bukhari Fi At-Tarikh Al-Kabir, 06/68, Raqm-1736,

Tabarani Fi Al-Mu’jam-ul-Kabir, 18/252, 253, Raqm-629, 630,

Hakim Fi Al-Mustadrak, 02/656, Raqm-4175,

Bayhaqi Fi Shu’ab-ul-Iman, 02/134, Raqm-1285,

Farhat-ul-Quloob Fi Mawlid-in-Nabiyy-il-Mahboob SallAllahu Ta’ala ‘Alayhi Wa-Aalihi Wa-Sallam,/66_67, Raqm-28.]
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