The buffalo that refutes Salafies- By Maulana Amin Safdar Okarvi

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Bukhari Volume 3, Book 39, Number 517:

Narrated Abu Huraira:


The Prophet said, “While a man was riding a cow, it turned towards him and said, ‘I have not been created for this purpose (i.e. carrying), I have been created for sloughing.” The Prophet added, “I, Abu Bakr and ‘Umar believe in the story.” The Prophet went on, “A wolf caught a sheep, and when the shepherd chased it, the wolf said, ‘Who will be its guard on the day of wild beasts, when there will be no shepherd for it except me?’ “After narrating it, the Prophet said, “I, Abu Bakr and ‘Umar too believe it.” Abu Salama (a sub-narrator) said, “Abu Bakr and ‘Umar were not present then.” (It has been written that a wolf also spoke to one of the companions of the Prophet near Medina as narrated in Fatah-al-Bari:



Narrated Unais bin ‘Amr: Ahban bin Aus said, “I was amongst my sheep. Suddenly a wolf caught a sheep and I shouted at it. The wolf sat on its tail and addressed me, saying, ‘Who will look after it (i.e. the sheep) when you will be busy and not able to look after it? Do you forbid me the provision which Allah has provided me?’ ” Ahban added, “I clapped my hands and said, ‘By Allah, I have never seen anything more curious and wonderful than this!’ On that the wolf said, ‘There is something (more curious) and wonderful than this; that is, Allah’s Apostle in those palm trees, inviting people to Allah (i.e. Islam).’ “Unais bin ‘Amr further said, “Then Ahban went to Allah’s Apostle and informed him what happened and embraced Islam.)” palm trees or other trees and share the fruits with me.”
 

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Halal and haram food in the Quran and Hadith

Translated verses of the Quran

O ye who believe! Eat of the good things wherewith We have provided you, and render thanks to Allah if it is (indeed) He whom ye worship (2:172).

He hath forbidden you only carrion, and blood, and swine flesh, and that which hath been immolated to (the name of) any other than Allah. But he who is driven by necessity, neither craving nor transgressing, it is no sin for him. Lo! Allah is Forgiving, Merciful (2:173).

O ye who believe! Fulfill your undertakings.The beast of cattle is made lawful unto you (for food) except that which is announced unto you (herein), game being unlawful when ye are on pilgrimage. Lo! Allah ordaineth that which pleaseth Him (5:1)

Forbidden unto you (for food) are carrion and blood and swine-flesh, and that which hath been dedicated unto any other than Allah, and the strangled, and the dead through beating, and the dead through falling from a height, and that which hath been killed by (the goring of) horns, and the devoured of wild beasts, saving that which ye make lawful (by the death-stroke), and that which hath been immolated unto idols.

"And (forbidden is it) that ye swear by the divining arrows. This is an abomination. This day are those who disbelieve in despair of (ever harming) your religion; so fear them not, fear Me! This day have I perfected your religion for you and completed My favour unto you and have chosen for you as religion Al-Islam. Whoso is forced by hunger, not by will, to sin: (for him) lo! Allah is Forgiving, Merciful (5:3)

They ask thee (O Muhammad) what is made lawful for them. Say: (all) good things are made lawful for you. And those beasts and birds of prey which ye have trained as hounds are trained, ye teach them that which Allah taught you; so eat of that which they catch for you and mention Allah's name upon it, and observe your duty to Allah. Lo! Allah is swift to take account (5:4)

This day are (all) good things made lawful for you. The food of those who have received the Scripture is lawful for you, and your food is lawful for them. And so are the virtuous women of the believers and the virtuous women of those who received the Scripture before you (lawful for you) when ye give them their marriage portions and liven with them in honour, not in fornication, nor taking them as secret concubines. Whoso denieth the faith, his work is vain and he will be among the losers in the Hereafter (5:5).

And eat not of that whereon Allah's name hath not been mentioned, for lo! it is abomination. Lo! the devils do inspire their minions to dispute with you. But if ye obey them, ye will be in truth idolaters (6:121).

From the Hadith


-On the authority of Abu Huraira (may Allah be pleased with him), who said: The Messenger of Allah said: Allah the Almighty is good and accepts only that which is good. Allah has commanded the Faithful to do that which He commanded the Messengers, and the Almighty has said: O ye Messengers! Eat of the good things, and do right.. (Quran 23:51). And Allah the Almighty has said: O ye who believe! Eat of the good things wherewith We have provided you.. (2:172). Then he mentioned [the case of] a man who, having journeyed far, is disheveled and dusty and who spreads out his hands to the sky [saying]: O Lord! O Lord!-while his food is unlawful, his drink is unlawful, his clothing unlawful, and he is nourished unlawfully, so how can he be answered! (Muslim).

-On the authority of Abu Ya'la Shahddad ibn Aus, the Messenger of Allah said: Verily Allah has prescribed proficiency in all things. Thus, if you kill, kill well; and if you slaughter, slaughter well. Let each one of you sharpen his blade and let him spare suffering to the animal he slaughters (Muslim).

-In an incident narrated by Rafi' bin Khadij, the Prophet told Muslims who wanted to slaughter some animals using reeds, Use whatever causes blood to flow, and eat the animals if the Name of Allah has been mentioned on slaughtering them... (Bukhari).

-Narrated Abu Thalaba: Allah's Messenger forbade the eating of the meat of beasts having fangs (Bukhari).

-Narrated Ibn Umar: The Prophet cursed the one who did Muthla to an animal (i.e. cut its limbs or some other part of its body while it is still alive (Bukhari).
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Re: Halal and haram food in the Quran and Hadith

Translated verses of the Quran

“O ye who believe! Eat of the good things wherewith We have provided you, and render thanks to Allah if it is (indeed) He whom ye worship” (2:172).

“He hath forbidden you only carrion, and blood, and swine flesh, and that which hath been immolated to (the name of) any other than Allah. But he who is driven by necessity, neither craving nor transgressing, it is no sin for him. Lo! Allah is Forgiving, Merciful” (2:173).

“O ye who believe! Fulfill your undertakings.The beast of cattle is made lawful unto you (for food) except that which is announced unto you (herein), game being unlawful when ye are on pilgrimage. Lo! Allah ordaineth that which pleaseth Him” (5:1)

“Forbidden unto you (for food) are carrion and blood and swine-flesh, and that which hath been dedicated unto any other than Allah, and the strangled, and the dead through beating, and the dead through falling from a height, and that which hath been killed by (the goring of) horns, and the devoured of wild beasts, saving that which ye make lawful (by the death-stroke), and that which hath been immolated unto idols.

"And (forbidden is it) that ye swear by the divining arrows. This is an abomination. This day are those who disbelieve in despair of (ever harming) your religion; so fear them not, fear Me! This day have I perfected your religion for you and completed My favour unto you and have chosen for you as religion Al-Islam. Whoso is forced by hunger, not by will, to sin: (for him) lo! Allah is Forgiving, Merciful” (5:3)

“They ask thee (O Muhammad) what is made lawful for them. Say: (all) good things are made lawful for you. And those beasts and birds of prey which ye have trained as hounds are trained, ye teach them that which Allah taught you; so eat of that which they catch for you and mention Allah's name upon it, and observe your duty to Allah. Lo! Allah is swift to take account” (5:4)

“This day are (all) good things made lawful for you. The food of those who have received the Scripture is lawful for you, and your food is lawful for them. And so are the virtuous women of the believers and the virtuous women of those who received the Scripture before you (lawful for you) when ye give them their marriage portions and liven with them in honour, not in fornication, nor taking them as secret concubines. Whoso denieth the faith, his work is vain and he will be among the losers in the Hereafter” (5:5).

“And eat not of that whereon Allah's name hath not been mentioned, for lo! it is abomination. Lo! the devils do inspire their minions to dispute with you. But if ye obey them, ye will be in truth idolaters” (6:121).

From the Hadith


-On the authority of Abu Huraira (may Allah be pleased with him), who said: The Messenger of Allah said: “Allah the Almighty is good and accepts only that which is good. Allah has commanded the Faithful to do that which He commanded the Messengers, and the Almighty has said: “O ye Messengers! Eat of the good things, and do right..” (Quran 23:51). And Allah the Almighty has said: “O ye who believe! Eat of the good things wherewith We have provided you..” (2:172). Then he mentioned [the case of] a man who, having journeyed far, is disheveled and dusty and who spreads out his hands to the sky [saying]: O Lord! O Lord!-while his food is unlawful, his drink is unlawful, his clothing unlawful, and he is nourished unlawfully, so how can he be answered!” (Muslim).

-On the authority of Abu Ya'la Shahddad ibn Aus, the Messenger of Allah said: “Verily Allah has prescribed proficiency in all things. Thus, if you kill, kill well; and if you slaughter, slaughter well. Let each one of you sharpen his blade and let him spare suffering to the animal he slaughters” (Muslim).

-In an incident narrated by Rafi' bin Khadij, the Prophet told Muslims who wanted to slaughter some animals using reeds, “Use whatever causes blood to flow, and eat the animals if the Name of Allah has been mentioned on slaughtering them...” (Bukhari).

-Narrated Abu Thalaba: Allah's Messenger forbade the eating of the meat of beasts having fangs (Bukhari).

-Narrated Ibn Umar: The Prophet cursed the one who did Muthla to an animal (i.e. cut its limbs or some other part of its body while it is still alive (Bukhari).
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i have just posted 478 questions divided into 11 topics. my request to you is to answer any 1 question from each of the 11 parts. if that is too much, then answer any 1 question from any of the 5 topics of your own choice.


PART ONE
1. (a) Prove from a clear Saheeh (authentic) Hadith, which is ‘non-ambiguous’
(i.e. it has no other ‘contradictory/opposing’ Hadith), that it is Sunnat for an
Imaam to recite Takbeer-e-Tahreemah in a loud voice and (b) that it is
Sunnat for the Muqtadi to recite it in a soft voice.
2. Present one clear Saheeh Hadith which proves that it is Sunnat to recite
Ta`awwuz softly in Salaat.
3. Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat-e-Muakkadah for the person
who is performing Salaat alone to say Aameen softly.
4. (a) Present one clear and authentic Hadith proving that it is Sunnat for the Muqtadi to
say “Aameen” loudly in six Rakaats and (b) in eleven Rakaats softly.
5. (a) Present one such clear and Saheeh Hadith wherein there is proof that in all the 23
years of Rasulullaah’s (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) Nabuwwat, the Sahaabah
performed six Rakaats, behind him with reciting “Aameen” in a loud voice and
(b) eleven Rakaats in which they said “Aameen” in a soft voice
6. (a) Present only one clear Saheeh Hadith, which proves that during the 30 years of
the Khilaafat-e-Rasheeda, on any one day any of the Khalifahs performed Salaat,
wherein the Muqtadi recited “Aameen” in a loud voice for 6 Rakaats and (b) in a
soft voice in eleven Rakaats.
7. (a) Present one clear Saheeh Hadith wherein Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said
that it is Sunnat-e-Muakkadah for the Imaam to always recite “Aameen” in a loud
voice when reading 6 Rakaats and (b) softly when reading eleven Rakaats.
8. (a) Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith that any one of the Khulafah-e-Rashideen,
during his reign of Khilaafat, recited “Aameen” in a loud voice, whilst being an
Imaam when reading 6 Rakaats and (b) saying “Aameen” in a soft voice when
reading eleven Rakaats.
9. (a) Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith where a Muqtadi joins the Jamaat, when the
Imaam has already recited more than half of Surah Faatiha, and that for him
(Muqtadi), it is Sunnat-e-Muakkadah to recite “Aameen” twice; once in a loud
voice during the recital of Surah Faatiha and (b) again in a soft voice after the
Imaam has completed the recital of Surah Faatiha.
10. Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith that the Muqtadi who joins the Jamaat in Ruku,
for him it is Fardh to repeat that Rakaat.
11. Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat to recite the Tasbeehaat in
Ruku softly.
12. (a) Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat for the Imaam to recite the
Takbeer for going into Ruku in a loud voice and (b) the same in a soft voice for
the Muqtadi.
13. Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat for the Muqtadi to say
“Rabbana Lakal Hamd” in a soft voice.
14. (a) Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat to recite the du`aa after the
Ruku in Witr Salaat and (b) that it is Sunnat to raise the hands when making this
du`aa and (c) that the hands should be passed over the face prior to going into
Sajdah.
15. (a) Present one clear Saheeh Hadith that proves the Imaam must read Du`aa-e-
Qunoot loudly, and (b) that the Muqtadi or (c) Munfarid must read it softly.
16. Prove from one clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat-e-Muakkadah to recite the
Tasbeehs of Sajdah softly.
17. Present one clear Saheeh Hadith that proves the reading of a du`aa between the
two Sajdahs as Sunnat-e-Muakkadah.
18. (a) Prove from one clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat to leave the hands on the
side or (b) to fold the hands upon the chest during the Qowma (standing after the
Ruku), since some Ghair-Muqallideen leave their handing hanging on their sides
and others fold their hands upon their chests. All of them must have a Hadith to
prove their actions.
19. (a) Prove from one clear Saheeh Hadith that it is forbidden or Haraam to make ‘Raf`a
Yadain’ (lifting the hands), when going into Sajdah and (b) when lifting the head
from Sajdah.
20. (a) Prove from one clear Saheeh Hadith that it is forbidden or Haraam to make ‘Raf`a
Yadain’ in the beginning of the second and (b) fourth Rakaats.
21. Prove from one clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat to recite the Durood Shareef
softly in Salaat.
22. Prove from one clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat to recite the du`aa after
Durood Shareef softly in Salaat.
23. (a) Prove from one clear Saheeh Hadith that it is Sunnat for the Imaam to say Salaam
in a loud voice and (b) for the Muqtadis in a soft voice.
PART TWO
1. (a) “After the Qur`aan Shareef, the most authentic Kitaab is Saheeh Bukhari.” - Is
this the claim of Allaah Ta`ala or (b) His Beloved Nabi (sallallahu alaihi
wasallam)?
2. Is there the complete method of performing even one whole Rakaat, in Saheeh
Bukhari?
3. Are the Tasbeehs: (a) “Subhaanakallaahumma”, (b) “Subhaana Rabbiyal Azeem”,
(c) “Subhaana Rabbiyal A`la” or (d) the reciting of Durood Shareef in Tashahhud
mentioned in Saheeh Bukhari?
4. Is there any Hadith Shareef in Bukhari which states that the hands must be always
be folded on the chest in Salaat?
5. (a) There is an order in Bukhari Shareef for the drinking of camel’s urine, but no
Ghair-Muqallid drinks it, yet they drink the milk of a cow, whereas there is no
such order in Bukhari Shareef.
6. (a) There is an order, in Bukhari Shareef, to pluck the hairs of the under-arm yet no
Ghair-Muqallid does this. (b) They shave their under arms, whereas this is not
instructed in any Hadith.
7. Rasulullaah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said that a person should definitely not
desire death at the time of difficulty (page 847, vol.2), whereas Imaam Bukhari
(rahmatullahi alaih) acted contrary to this Hadith and made du`aa for his death.
[Taarikh Bagdad, page 34, vol.2] Kindly Reconcile?
8. Rasulullaah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said that a person should complete one
Qur`aan recital a week, and he should not recite more than this (Bukhari, page
756, vol.2). In some narrations three days and in others five days are mentioned,
but in most, seven days are stated. Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) acted
contrary to this Hadith, and in Ramadaan, he used to complete an entire Qur`aan
recital daily [Taarikh Bagdad, page 12, vol.2]. Kindly Reconcile?
9. The Ghair-Muqallids claim that the Hadith of Hadhrat Aisha (radhiAllaahu anha),
in Bukhari page 229 vol.1, proves that Taraaweeh and Tahajjud Salaat are one
and the same, whereas, Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) acted contrary to this
in Ramadaan when he performed his Tahajjud Salaat after Taraaweeh. Explain?
10. Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) reports the Hadith which states that if a dog
has to drink from a container, then it has to be washed seven times. It is clear that
if a dog places its mouth in a container, then neither will the taste, colour nor
smell of the water therein change. Nevertheless, Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi
alaih) states that if the taste, colour and smell of water does not change then that
water will not be regarded as impure. [Bukhari, page 29, vol.1]. Explain?
11. It is established from the Hadith Shareef that the left-over water of the dog is
unclean (Napaak). However, Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) says that it is
permissible to make wudhu with the left-over water of a dog. Explain?
12. The Ghair-Muqallids say that semen is Paak. They should present a Saheeh
Hadith proving this.
13. Since (according to them) semen is Paak, then it stands to reason that according to
the Qur`aan Aayat “The pure things have been made Halaal for you”, (a) semen
can be eaten. (b) Or is it Haraam to eat? Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
14. Nawaab Waheedus Zamaan, a Ghair Muqallid Aalim, says that whatever wetness
comes out from the private part of a female is Paak. They must prove this from a
clear Saheeh Hadith.
15. If this wetness is Paak, then is it (a) Halaal or (b) Haraam to consume this? Prove
from a Saheeh clear Hadith.
16. According to them besides the blood of menstruation, all other blood is Paak.
Prove this from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
17. According to the Ghair-Muqallids dogs are Paak (pure) - [Urful Jaadi, page 10].
The meat, blood, bones, hair and perspiration of a dog is Paak - [Door-e-Ahlia,
page 16], its urine and stool are Paak - [Hadyatul Mahdi, page 77, vol.2].
Prove from a clear, Saheeh Hadith that it is permissible to give a dog in Mehr
(dowry) to a woman upon marriage.
18. According to them, if a pig falls in a salt mine and becomes decomposed, and
turns into salt, then it is Halaal to eat - [Nazalul Abraar, page 50, vol.1]. Prove
this from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
19. If (a) pigs, (b) carcasses, (c) used menstruation pads and (d) human excrement
falls into a well continuously, will this water be (e) Paak or (f) Napaak? Prove as
per Hadith?
20. Present a clear Saheeh Hadith explaining the method of purifying a Napaak well.
PART THREE
1. If Ghair-Muqallids become the rulers of a land, then will they collect (a) Zakaat
or (b) Jizya (‘tax’ collected from non-Muslims) from the Muqallids? Prove from
Qur`aan and Hadith.
2. If a woman allowed sexual entry by an animal ((a) pig, (b) dog (c) etc.), (d) then
is Ghusl compulsory upon her or (e) not? Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith either
way.
PART FOUR - TAQLEED
1. (a) What is Waajib and (b) what is the law regarding the omission thereof? Prove
these from a clear, Saheeh Hadith.
2. Prove from the Qur`aan Shareef or a clear Saheeh Hadith that Taqleed-e-Mutlaq
(general Taqleed) is Waajib.
3. (a) What is the definition of Mubaah, and (b) what is the law regarding the person
who practises thereupon or (c) omits it? Cite a clear Saheeh Hadith in
substantiation.
4. Is it (a) Fardh or (b) Waajib for an Aalim to conclusively prove each and every
Mas`ala (ruling) that he issues. Prove this from the Qur`aan or a clear Saheeh
Hadith.
5. In the famous Kitaab, “Musannif Abdur Razzaaq”, there are approximately 17
000 Mas`alas of the Sahabah and Taabi`een, wherein they have not cited Qur`aan
or Hadith in substantiation for their rulings. Is the person who omits the Faraaidh
and Waajibaat, contained in these Ma`alas, (a) a sinner or (b) not? Prove from
Hadith?
6. (a) The questioners of these 17 000 Mas`alas did not ask for Qur`aan or Hadith proof,
they merely accepted the rulings given. Is not this Taqleed? (b) And are the
Sahaabah and Taabi`een Faasiq or (c) Kaafir, since they did not cite any
Qur`aanic or Ahaadith proof for their rulings? Prove your answers from a Saheeh
Hadith.
7. Is it (a) Fardh or (b) Waajib for every lay-man to know the detailed proof of every
little Mas`ala? Prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
8. Most of your (Ghair-Muqallid) public ask questions (Mas`alas) from your Ulama,
and many a times do not even ask for the proof, yet they practice upon these
rulings. Are they not Muqallids of these Ulama?
9. Your public do not ask rulings from Deoband or Barelwi Ulama. They only ask
their own Ulama. Is this now (a) Taqleed-e-Shakhsi or (b) Taqleed Ghair Shakhsi
Mutlaq. It is clear that to follow the rulings of one set of Fiqh-ha rules is termed
Taqleed-e-Shakhsi.
10. Since the discussion of Taqleed, means that one follows a Mujtahid, prove from
the Qur`aan and Hadith the definition of a Mujtahid.
11. What are the conditions of a Mujtahid, as stated in Qur`aan and Hadith? Explain
in detail.
12. Explain from the Qur`aan and Hadith the limits and functions of a Mujtahid.
13. The Ghair-Muqallids follow the Usools (Principles) of Hadith of the Shaafi
Mazhab and not that of the Hanafi Mazhab. (a) Is this Taqleed-e-Shakhsi or (b)
Taqleed-e-Mutlaq?
14. To accept (as the Ghair-Muqallids do), the criticisms and objections on the
narrators of Hadith as stated in the Kitaabs of ‘Asmaa-e-Rijaal’, which are many a
times without solid proof, (a) is it Taqleed or (b) not?
15. To accept these criticisms only from Shaafi Kitaabs and not from Hanafi Kitaabs,
is this Taqleed-e-Shakhsi or Taqleed-e-Mutlaq?
16. To accept from the libraries, (a) Mishkaat and to reject ‘Zujaajatul Massabih’. (b)
To accept ‘Muwatta Imaam Maalik’ and to reject ‘Muwatta Imaam Muhammad’.
(c) To accept Tirmidhi and not to have faith in ‘Tahaawi’. Is all this (d) Taqleede-
Mutlaq or (e) is it not the effects of Taqleed-e-Shakhsi?
17. Would you classify your hanging on only to the interpretation of your own Ulama
with regard to the classification of weak and Saheeh Ahaadith and rejecting the
classification of the Hanafi Ulama as (a) Taqleed-e-Shakhsi or (b) Mutlaq?
18. Would you regard the Taqleed that the Jews made of their Priests, (a) as Shakhsi
or (b) Mutlaq? Answer from the Qur`aan or Hadith.
19. Are the different categorisations and classifications of the Ahadith by the
Muhadditheen to be found (a) in the Hadith or (b) the Qur`aan, or have they been
defined and formulated by the Ummat? (c) Is this not Taqleed?
20. According to you, (a) is everyone a Mujtahid, or (b) are only some people
Mujtahids and (c) others not? The Qur`aan Shareef has shown both categories.
“And if they refer to the Rasool and the Ulool Amr amongst them...” and “Ask the
Ahle Zikr (learned ones) if you do not know..” – (d) do you accept these Aayaat or
not?
21. A Ghair Mujtahid will never be free of one of two conditions; either he is given
permission to extract the rulings from the Four Proofs (Adilla-e-Arba`a), and
practice (a) upon his own findings or (b) he use the rulings of any other Mujtahid.
In the first instance, he will become a Mujtahid and in the second a Muqallid.
Since he will not be au fait with the conditions of a Mujtahid, all his rulings will
be Baatil (false), hence his Ibaadat will be rejected. Explain?
22. Now, if a Ghair Mujtahid uses the rulings of a Mujtahid, then he will never be
free of two conditions; either he gives preference of one Mujtahid’s Mazhab over
the others, in which case this will be termed Taqleed-e-Shakhsi, because for one
to choose the option which is unpreferred is impermissible.
23. If he makes Taqleed-e-Ghair Shakhsi, and he understands all the Mazhabs to be
on an equal footing, then what will he do when one Mujtahid rules a certain thing
to be Halaal and another Mujtahid rules the same thing to be Haraam? Then
according to this Ghair Mujtahid everything is on an equal basis so it will be
neither Halaal nor Haraam for him. Or everything will be Haraam for him or
everything will be Halaal. This is Baatil, and also to deem everything as equal
would also be Baatil.
24. If the Ghair-Muqallid accepts all four Mazhabs as equal as far as accepting and
rejecting their rulings, then nothing will remain Fardh for him neither Haraam. In
fact, it will depend on his discretion, if he wishes to take something as Halaal he
will do so, and at other times he can take it as Haraam. Now this will not remain
as Taqleed of a Mujtahid, but rather as Taqleed of one’s Naffs (desire). This
person will come under the scope of the following Aayaat: “The Naffs has been
prohibited from (following its) desires”, and “Does man think that he will be left
‘Suda’ (neglected from being punished for not following the obligations of
Deen)?”
25. The term Mujtahid will merely be used, falsely, in order to follow one’s own
desires and whims. One will be led astray, while under the false notion that he is
following the Qur`aan and Sunnah. This is the sad condition of most of the Ghair-
Muqallids of present times.
26. If any Ghair-Mujtahid claims (a) that he will follow that ruling of a Mazhab
which is closest to the Qur`aan and Hadith, then how wrong is he (b) or not? It is
the same as a person saying that he will decide between a few doctors
prescriptions and then choose that one which is closest to the principles of
medicine, or like one who says that he will choose the most correct ruling of a
judge, which is closest to the principles of law. How can one decide such things
when he is completely unaware of medicine or law. The same will apply to the
Usools and principles of Deen. The rulings of one who is unaware of the
principles is rejected. This is an insult to the great Mujtahiddeen.
27. (If for example) Zaid’s tooth is bleeding. He says that according to Imaam Shaaf`i
(rahmatullahi alaih) wudhu does not break, and then he touched his private part,
and says that according to Imaam Abu Hanifah (rahmatullahi alaih) his wudhu
does not break. In this condition he performs Salaat. (a) Is his Salaat accepted (b)
or is it rendered Baatil due to Taqleed-e-Mutlaq.
28. A Ghair-Muqallid makes a Hanafi do masah on a normal sock, and then in Salaat
he does not recite Surah Faatiha behind the Imaam. Now the Hanafi says that his
Salaat is void because he was without wudhu, and the Ghair-Muqallid says that
his Salaat is not valid because he did not recite Surah Faatiha. Now in this case
the Hanafi’s Salaat was rendered Baatil due to his being tricked with freedom of
choice and Taqleed-e-Mutlaq.
29. Taqleed is regarded as being led on a dog’s leash. (a) Which Hadith indicates this
difference that this meaning does not apply to Taqleed-e-Mutlaq or (b) that it is
Waajib to place the ‘dog’s leash’ upon the human or (c) that the word Taqleed-e-
Shakhsi is Haraam or (d) Shirk (ascribing partners with Allaah Ta`ala) and (e) not
suitable for use.
30. (a) The Ghair-Muqallids claim that to follow one Imaam is Shirk and (b) that to make
Taqleed-e-Mutlaq of all the four Imaams is Waajib. From which Saheeh Hadith
have they taken this?
31. Is this logical that to make Sajdah to one idol is Shirk and to make Sajdah to four
is Waajib? Reply from a Saheeh and clear Hadith.
32. If it is Shirk to accept all the Ijtihaad of one Imaam, then is it not as though you
are regarding Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) as being completely free from
any fault (Ma`soom), by readily accepting ALL his Ahaadith?
33. Some La-Mazhabs (Ghair-Muqallideen) aver that it is not even correct to use the
word Taqleed. Can they prove this from any clear, unambiguous and Saheeh
Hadith.
34. Some ignorant ones say that this word does not come with this meaning in the
Qur`aan and Hadith, hence it is impermissible. Then tell us, (a) where in the
Hadith or (b) Qur`aan does all the different terms used in the (c) definition and (d)
classification of Ahaadith appear? If they do not appear anywhere, then will it be
correct to term all these terms (e) Haraam or impermissible, (f) or not?
35. Since this word (Taqleed) does not appear in the Qur`aan or Hadith with this
meaning, then how do you conclude that it is (a) Shirk or (b) Haraam?
36. Some La-Mazhabs say that we should prove the names of the Four Imaams of
Mazhab from the Ahaadith Shareef. We say that they must first prove the names
of the six Imaams of Hadith (authors of the Sihah Sitta) from the Ahaadith. (6)
37. Some La-Mazhabs say that we must show the names ‘Hidaaya’, ‘Qudoori’,
‘Aalimgiri’, etc (names of Fiqh Kitaabs) from the Ahaadith. Then we request then
to show the names of the Sihah Sitta in the Ahaadith. (6)
38. When Allaah Ta`ala ordered the Angels to prostrate to Hadhrat Aadam (alaihi
salaam), it was an explicit command, which had no accompanying reason or
proof. The Angels complied without asking for any proof. This is Taqleed.
Shaitaan did not don the mantle of Taqleed, hence Allaah Ta`ala placed the
shackles of curse upon his neck!
39. The same claim made by shaitaan that “I am better than him!”, is the claim of
the Ghair-Muqallideen of the present day. If you present to them the sayings of
the Sahaabah (radhiAllaahu anhum), they say “I am better than him!”
40. If shaitaan was not a Ghair-Muqallid, then show us; whose Muqallid was he?
Prove from (a) Qur`aan and (b) Hadith.
41. Some La-Mazhabs say that shaitaan made Qiyaas, just like the Mujtahiddeen.
Then we ask them: Was shaitaan truly a Mujtahid? Prove from the (a) Qur`aan
and (b) Hadith.
42. If shaitaan was actually a Mujtahid, than according to Bukhari Shareef, he is
liable for at least one reward, not curses. Will shaitaan be getting any reward?
43. (a) Are the Aimma-e-Mujtahideen, according to you, accursed just like shaitaan? (b)
Or perhaps more so, since shaitaan only made Qiyaas in one Mas`ala and the
Aimma-e-Mujtahideen made Qiyaas in many Masaa`il? Reply from a clear
Saheeh Hadith.
44. Shaitaan is liable for so great a sin, for making one Qiyaas, and no one makes his
Taqleed. The Aimma-e-Mujtahideen had made many Qiyaas, and they have
millions of followers (Muqallids). (a) Will these Aimma-e-Mujtahiddeen also
share in the ‘sin’ of all these followers of theirs or (b) not? Answer from Ahadith?
45. To make the Taqleed-e-Shakhsi of one Imaam is Haraam, according to you. (a)
Prove this with one Aayaat or (b) a clear Saheeh Hadith. Otherwise, this
classification of Haraam and Halaal by you is a new innovation, and a way of the
priests of the jews and Christians.
46. (a) Will it be Fardh to change one’s Imaam for every mas`ala, just to save oneself
from Taqleed-e-Shakhsi? That is if one Imaam is asked about a mas`ala, it will be
permissible and to ask another will be Haraam. Present an Aayat from (b) the
Qur`aan Shareef or a (c) Saheeh clear (d) Hadith to prove or (e) disprove this
ruling.
47. Or according to you, the ruling between these will change, i.e. on one day it is
Fardh to ask one Imaam a mas`ala, and on the next day it is Haraam to ask the
same Imaam but Fardh to ask another Imaam, and on the following day it is
Haraam to ask the first two and Fardh to ask the third one. That is to change an
Imaam for every day is Fardh. If this is so, then present (a) an Aayat or (b) a clear
Saheeh Hadith proving this point.
48. Or is it that the turns will change every month, i.e. one month it will be
permissible to ask one Imaam mas`alas and Haraam on the next month. Similarly,
to have a new Imaam for every month or every year. If this is the case then prove
this duration from (a) an Aayat or (b) a clear Saheeh Hadith.
49. To recite Qiraat (from the Qur`aan) in Salaat is Fardh. Now there are seven
different styles of Qiraat which have been revealed, (a) so is it Fardh to learn all
these different Qiraats? (b) And will it be Fardh to recite every one of these types
of Qiraats in Salaat? If a person recites only one type of Qiraat in his Salaat for
his entire life, will he now be (c) a Kaafir or (d) a Mushrik or (e) a Haraami?
50. Since there are seven types of Qiraats, (a) will the person who recites only one
type of Qiraat in his Fardh Salaat be completing his entire Fardh duty or (b) will
he only be completing one seventh (1/7th) of his Fardh?
51. What if a woman says that to make a nikah is Sunnat, but to remain for one’s
entire life in the marriage of one husband is Haraam because this is like making
Taqleed-e-Shakhsi!
52. The Qur`aan Shareef has shown us the method of the non-Muslims, “They make
(something) Halaal for one year then they make it Haraam for the next”.
Taqleed-e-Shakhsi, prevents one from this very same thing. Since Ghair Shakhsi
will include (rather necessitate) one following his/her own desires, whims and
fancies, this will inculcate this Bid`ah habit in one.
53. Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) described one of the qualities of a Munaafiq as
follows, “Neither this way nor that..”. Taqleed-e-Shakhsi saves one from this
Munaafiq quality. Taqleed-e-Ghair Shakhsi actually necessitates this type of
quality.
54. In the same way that the rejecters of Hadith say that Hadith is a proof but Khabare-
Waahid is not proof, so too is the condition of the Ghair-Muqallids when they
say that Taqleed-e-Shakhsi is not a proof. Both of them have one and the same
method, if not then explain the difference.
55. If Taqleed-e-Shakhsi is ‘Haraam’, then it will not be permissible for a Ghair-
Muqallid to write a kitaab, because that kitaab will be the result of the research of
that person, and to lead people upon the research and rulings of one person is
‘Haraam’. It will also be ‘Haraam’ for the Ghair-Muqallid public to accept these
writings.
56. If Taqleed-e-Shakhsi is ‘Haraam’, then it will be ‘Haraam’ for a Ghair-Muqallid
to deliver a lecture or to teach students. It will also be ‘Haraam’ for the listeners
to accept what he has said, since this will be the result of one person’s findings.
57. If Taqleed-e-Shakhsi is Shirk and Haraam due to the Mujtahids not being
infallible and sinless, then how will it be permissible to take turns in making
Taqleed of the four un-infallible Imaams, when every mas`ala of theirs is not
formed by a sinless person?
58. If Taqleed-e-Shakhsi is Haraam because the Imaams of Ijtihaad are not infallible
and sinless, then it will follow that all the Ahaadith Shareefs also be rejected and
considered Haraam on this same basis that the compilers thereof are also not
infallible and sinless.
59. If Fiqh is rejected because it is Zanni (infinite proofs), then please tell us, what
will your ruling be on the Masaa`il of Ijma (consensus of opinion), since these
Masaa`il are not Zanni and hence free from errors? From the Ahaadith Shareef,
very few of them are Mutawaatir (narrated via a continuous chain), most of the
Saheeh Ahaadith are Aahaad (narrated from one source) and Zanni, so why do
you accept these Zanni Ahaadith? Answers to these questions are binding upon
the Ghair-Muqalliddeen.
PART FIVE
Ulama-e-Kiraam (Ghair-Muqalliddeen)! Kindly answer the undermentioned questions,
citing from Qur`aan Shareef and from clear Saheeh Ahaadith, since it is the claim of the
Ghair-Muqalliddeen that every mas`ala be proven from and must exist in the Qur`aan or
the Ahaadith. If the answer is from anywhere other than the Qur`aan Shareef or Ahaadith,
then it will be rejected.
1. Where in the (a) Qur`aan or (b) the Ahaadith are the two types of sins, (c)
Kabeerah and (d) Sagheerah (major and minor), mentioned?
2. Cite the concise and precise meaning of a (a) Kabeerah and (b) Sagheerah sin
from a (c) Qur`aanic Aayat or (d) a Saheeh Hadith. Do not quote any Umaati’s
definition.
3. Is the punishment for a Kabeerah sin only Hadd (Divine retribution), which is to
be (a) meted out on the perpetrator in this world, or (b) is the punishment twofold,
i.e. Hadd and Ta`zeer (banishment or another ‘extra’ punishment)? Answer
from (c) Qur`aan and (d) Hadith.
4. Give the precise definition of (a) Hadd and (b) Ta`zeer from the (c) Qur`aan
Shareef and the (d) Ahaadith. Do not quote a sinful Ummati.
5. Is Hadd dropped off in the case of doubt? Answer from (a) Qur`aan and (b)
Hadith.
6. How many types of doubts are there? Give details, quoting from (a) Qur`aan and
(b) Hadith.
7. The following Hadith appears in Tirmidhi Shareef page 229, vol. 1 and in Ibn
Majah page 187: “There is no Hadd on that person who commits sodomy with
an animal”. Does it follow now that since Hadhrat Ibn Abbaas (radhiAllaahu
anhu), Imaam Tirmidhi, Imaam Ibn Majah and all the other Muhadditheen
(rahmatullahi alaihim) kept silent regarding this Hadith, such an act (sodomy with
animals) is permissible?
8. A husband has intercourse with his wife who is fasting a Fardh Fast. Will this
intercourse be regarded as (a) Halaal or (b) Haraam? (c) Will both of them be
stoned or not? (d) What other Hadd will be meted out on them?
9. Is the intercourse of a husband with his wife, who is menstruating, (a) Halaal or
(b) Haraam? If they do have intercourse in this state, (c) then what Hadd will be
meted out on them? (d) Will there be Hadd (e) or not?
10. Is the intercourse of a husband with his wife, who is in Nifaas (bleeding after
birth), (a) Halaal or (b) Haraam? If they do have intercourse in this state, (c) then
what Hadd will be meted out on them? Will there be (d) Hadd (e) not?
11. A woman is in the state of Ihraam during her Fardh Hajj and her husband has
intercourse with her. Which of the two punishments (a) stoning or (b) lashing do
they deserve?
12. A person consumed the wealth of interest, which is definitely Haraam. How many
lashes of Hadd are due upon him?
13. A person ate pork, without there being a necessity. How many lashes are due
upon him as prescribed (a) in the Qur`aan or (b) Hadith?
14. One person drank blood.
15. And Another drinks urine.
16. Another eats excreta. What is the (a) Qur`aanic or (b) Ahaadith prescribed Hadd
on each one of them?
17. Explain, in detail, from (a) the Qur`aan or (b) Hadith that Zina
(adultery/fornication) which necessitates (c) only Hadd and that which
necessitates (d) Hadd and Ta`zeer.
18. A woman had made Nikah without the consent of her Wali (guardian), and this
type of Nikah is regarded as Baatil according to the Hadith (Tirmidhi, page 176,
vol.1 and Ibn Majah, page 136). Thereafter this couple had intercourse. (a) What
Hadd will be meted out on them? (b) Stoning or (c)100 lashes each? (d) Give your
answer from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
19. Is the following Hadith (a) Saheeh or (b) Da`eef (weak): “He who copulates with
his Mahram (blood relative), must be killed”. Can you ascertain the truthfulness
and veracity of the narrators of this Hadith, i.e. (c) Ubaad Bin Mansoor, (d) Ismail
Bin Abi Habeebah, (e) Dawood Bin Husain and (f) Ikramah?
20. Does the copulation described in the Hadith above refer to (a) within wedlock or
(b) out of wedlock? Is the executing mentioned (c) a Hadd or (d) Ta`zeer? (e)
Explain from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
21. In the Hadith where mention is made of executing the man who marries his
father’s wife and taking all his wealth, (a) is this punishment only for this type of
nikah, or (b) is it also for Irtidaad (one who leaves the fold of Islaam).
22. Does it (above Hadith) refer (a) to having intercourse or (b) not? (c) Prove this
from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
23. Present a clear Saheeh Hadith in connection to the Hadd being Waajib upon that
person (a) who marries a Mahram relative and (b) has intercourse with her.
PART SIX
1. Did (a) Allaah Ta`ala refer to (b) Bukhari and (c) Muslim Shareefs as
‘Saheehain’, or did (d) Rasulullaah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam)?
2. The cliche that ‘the most Saheeh Kitaab after the Qur`aan is Bukhari Shareef’ - is
this (a) an Aayat of the Qur`aan Shareef or (b) is it a Hadith from the Sihah Sitta?
Is the person who rejects this statement, (c) a rejecter of Allaah Ta`ala and (d) His
Rasool (sallallahu alaihi wasallam)?
3. 112 Ahaadith of Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) are criticised and 130 of
Imaam Muslim’s Ahaadith are criticised. Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaihi) has
related Ahaadith from 435 narrators that Imaam Muslim has not related from. Of
these 80 are doubtful. Imaam Muslim has taken Ahaadith from 620 narrators that
Imaam Bukhari has not, and of these 160 are doubtful. In contrast to this Imaam
Abu Hanifah (rahmatullahi alaih) has ruled on 12 090 000 mas`aail, of which only
5 to 7 rulings are criticised. Is this not a proof of Imaam Saheb’s greatness and
status?
4. Imaam Abu Hanifah (rahmatullahi alaih) was a Taab`i, whilst Imaams Bukhari
and Muslim (alaihimus salaam) were not even Tab`e Taabi`een. Imaam Saheb is
included as being from amongst the “Khairul Quroon” (best of era), according to
the Hadith, therefore is he not better than (a) Imaams Bukhari and (b) Muslim?
5. The fact that Hadhrat Abu Bakr (radhiAllaahu anhu) is the best of the Ummat has
been established (from the Ahaadith). The Ulama are unanimous on the fact that
Imaam Abu Hanifah (rahmatullahi alaih) is the best of all the Mujtahideen that
came after him and the Ghair Muqalliddeen aver that Imaam
Bukhari(rahmatullahi alaih) is the best of all the Muhadditheen that came after
him. However, even though Hadhrat Abu Bakr’s (radhiAllaahu anhu) virtue has
been established, it does not mean that any of his narrations are given preference
over the narration of another Sahaabi. In the same way it does not mean that the
Ijtihaad of Imaam Saheb, being the most virtuous of the Mujtahids (that came
after him) must necessarily be given preference over the Ijtihaad of any other
Mujtahid and that all other Ijtihaads are rejected. But, according to the belief of
the Ghair Muqallideen, any Hadith which is compared (similar) to the narrations
of Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih), is not acceptable to them, regardless of
whether the Muhaddith (a) who reported it came before Imaam Bukhari
(rahmatullahi alaih), (b) or was his contemporary or came after him. What proof
from the (c) Qur`aan or (d) Hadith can you forward in order to substantiate this?
6. From amongst the Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat, at least 98% of them perform Salaat
properly by practising upon the Fiqh of Imaam Abu Hanifah (rahmatullahi alaih).
Present the name of just ONE person, the entire world over, who can perform
even a SINGLE Rakaat properly just by referring to Bukhari Shareef.
7. What is the reason for (a) Imaams Muslim, (b) Abu Dawood, and (c) Ibn Maajah
(rahmatullahi alaihim) not citing, in their Saheeh Kitaabs, even a single Hadith
from Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih)? And that (d) Imaam Nisai
(rahmatullahi alaih) has reported only one Hadith from Imaam Bukhari
(rahmatullahi alaih) ?
8. What is the reason for Imaam Tirmidhi (rahmatullahi alaih), who has reported the
Mazhabs of various Faqhis, not mentioning the Mazhab of Imaam Bukhari
(rahmatullahi alaih)? This clearly proves that Imaam Tirmidhi (rahmatullahi
alaih) did not regard Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) as a Faqhi.
9. Imaam Tirmidhi (rahmatullahi alaih) has quoted the criticisms of other Ulama
many times, but that of Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) only two to three
times. Why is that?
10. Why is it that Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alaih) has a mixture of the narrations
of Bid`atee narrators, such as (a) Mu`tazilas, (b) Qadriyas, (c) Jahmiyahs, (d)
Khawaarij and (e) Rawaafidhas?
PART SEVEN
Respected Ulama-e-Kiraam (addressing the Ghair-Muqallideen)! Hereunder is a list of
Masaa`il for which, if you agree are correct, then present a clear Saheeh Hadith to prove
it, and if you believe it to be incorrect then disprove it by quoting an Aayat or a Hadith.
Also, cite the mentioning of the Mas`ala with the laws regarding it from an authentic
Kitaab of the Ghair Muqallideen. Otherwise, if you cannot substantiate with a Hadith,
then people should know that your claim of being followers of Hadith is as false as the
claim of those rejecters of Hadith who claim to follow the Qur`aan Shareef. And if you
cannot cite a Kitaab wherein the Mas`ala appears with its relevant laws, then people
should know that your Jamaat are orphans as far as knowledge is concerned, in that you
do not have a concise kitaab for reference.
1. Explain the concise and actual definition of alcohol which is known in Arabic
terminology as “Khamar”. Quote from (a) Qur`aan or (b) Hadith, when
explaining.
2. Is the word “Khamar” also used (a) metaphorically or (b) not? (c) If so then in
what meanings is it used.
3. It is mentioned in the Ahadith that to look at another person (of opposite sex) (a)
with lust or (b) to speak to or (c) touch such a person is Zina. Is the word Zina in
this Hadith meant (d) literally or (e) figuratively? (f) In the same way is the word
“Khamar” also used figuratively?
4. There is consensus of opinion amongst the Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat that the Hadd
for drinking alcohol is 80 lashes. Has this punishment been prescribed in (a) any
Aayat of the Qur`aan Shareef or (b) does it appear in a Saheeh Hadith or (c) is it
the result of Qiyaas? (d) Answer from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
5. It is stated in the Hanafi Fiqh Kitaabs such as Hidaaya and Aalimgiri etc. that the
person who regards even one drop of alcohol as Halaal is a Kaafir. (a) Is this also
according to you or (b) not? (c) Reply from a Saheeh Hadith and (d) prove or (e)
disprove this Hanafi ruling from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
6. Is it not stated in Bukhari Shareef that even to rebuke and taunt an alcoholic is
Makrooh?
7. It is stated in the Hanafi Fiqh Kitaabs such as Hidaaya and Aalimgiri etc. that the
very essence of alcohol is Haraam, regardless of whether it is one drop or not or
whether one becomes intoxicated or not. (a) Prove or (b) disprove this from a
clear Saheeh Hadith and (c) also cite the correct ruling of this mas`ala from an
authentic Kitaab of yours.
8. It is established from the Qur`aan that alcohol is Haraam because it prevents one
from the Zikr of Allah Ta`ala, creates enmity between people and due to its
resultant intoxicated state. (a) Will it then be correct to conclude that alcohol will
not be Haraam, unless it intoxicates? (b) Is this conclusion correct or (c) not? (d)
Prove your answer from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
9. It is stated in the Hanafi Fiqh Kitaabs such as Hidaaya and Aalimgiri etc. that
alcohol is a Najaasat-e-Ghaliza just like urine, but in your kitaabs such as ‘Urful
Jaadi’, ‘Kanzul Haqaa`iq’ and ‘Nazlul Abraar’ it is stated that alcohol is Paak and
pure. (a) Which clear Saheeh Hadith does this Hanafi mas`ala contradict? (b)
Which clear Saheeh Hadith does your kitaabs establish this mas`ala from?
10. It is stated in the Hanafi Fiqh Kitaabs such as Hidaaya and Aalimgiri etc. that
alcohol has no value. If someone pour out (dumps) another person’s alcohol, then
there will be no retribution upon the first person. (a) Prove or (b) disprove this
mas`ala from a clear Saheeh Hadith and (c) explain this mas`ala from an authentic
kitaab of yours.
11. It is written in the Hanafi Fiqh Kitaabs that it is Haraam to derive any benefit
from alcohol. (a) You state your viewpoint from any authentic kitaabs of yours
and (b) prove from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
12. It is stated in Hidaaya that if a comb touches the froth of alcohol then it is Haraam
to comb the hair with this (alcohol wet) comb. (a) State this mas`ala from any
authentic kitaabs of yours proving (b) disproving the Hanafi mas`ala from or (c) a
clear Saheeh Hadith.
13. According to Hanafi Fiqh it is Haraam for a person to use alcohol as medication.
A Muslim does not even have this much leeway that he can give alcohol as a
medication to animals or a non-Muslim. State this mas`ala from any authentic
kitaab of yours.
14. According to Hanafi Fiqh it is Makrooh to even farm grapes with the intention of
making wine (Qadhi Khaan). (a) You state your mas`ala from an authentic kitaab
of yours.
15. According to the Hanafis, if a little alcohol falls into flour and it is mixed therein
and bread made, then this will not be permissible to eat (Hidaaya), but in your
kitaab ‘Nazlul Abraar’ it is stated that such bread is permissible to consume. (a)
Prove your mas`ala and (b) disprove the Hanafi mas`ala with a clear Saheeh
Hadith.
16. According to Hanafi Fiqh, it is not Halaal to even look at alcohol with the
intention of amusement. (a) You state this mas`ala from an authentic kitaab of
yours and (b) prove or (c) disprove the Hanafi mas`ala (d) with a clear Saheeh
Hadith.
PART EIGHT
Prove the under-mentioned statements from any Aayat of the Qur`aan or a Saheeh
Hadith, regarding which no one had made any objection about its being Saheeh. Prove
also, that from those mas`alas presented hereunder there is a clear undisputable proof in
the Shariah.
1. Nabi’s (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) always making of Raf`a Yadain (lifting of
hands) at (a) the time of going into Ruku and (b) lifting his head from Ruku.
2. Nabi’s (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) always placing his hands upon his chest when
performing Salaat.
3. Nabi’s (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) always reciting ‘Ameen’ aloud when
performing Salaat.
4. That the Hadith of ‘reciting Qiraat behind the Imaam’ was revealed after the
Aayat of keeping silent when Qiraat is being recited.
5. Allaah Ta`ala or Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) forbidding the following of
anyone of the four Imaams of Taqleed.
6. (a) That to have Ijma (consensus of opinion) or (b) make Qiyaas upon the (c) Qur`aan
or (d) Sunnat is Haraam.
7. That it is permissible to marry a woman to her previous husband without making
“Halaalah” after he had given her three Talaaqs.
8. That it is Fardh to make Taqleed of your (a) Imaams Ibn Taymia, (b) Dawood
Zaahiri, (c) Ibn Hazam and (d) Shoukani etc.
9. That to suffice (a) upon the Ahaadith of the Sihah Sitta and (b) not to accept any
Hadith from any other Hadith Kitaab.
10. That in this age of Fitnah, every layman can practice upon the (a) Qur`aan and (b)
Hadith without research and (c) to encourage others to follow.
11. To perform two Salaats at one time without any valid Shar`i excuse, ie. (a) To
perform Zuhr and Asr at one time or (b) to perform Maghrib and Esha at one
time.
12. To understand and regard as (a) weak and (b) rejected those Ahaadith which have
reached (c) Imaam Abu Hanifah (rahmatullahi alaih) via (d) the Sahaabah and (e)
the Taabi`een and to grant preference to those Ahaadith which have been narrated
after the “Best of eras”.
13. To brand the visiting of the grave of Rasulullaah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) with
the intention of Ziyaarat by the Haajis as (a) Shirk, (b) custom of ignorance, (c)
Haraam or (d) Makrooh.
14. To regard all the Muqallideen of the Haramain Sharifain as (a) Mushriks and (b)
Bid`atees.
15. What is the ruling of reciting the Injeel in the state of Janaabat (greater impurity)?
16. If one shaves his head after making wudhu, must he now (a) renew his wudhu or
(b) remake the masah?
17. Does the skin of (a) swine, (b) snakes and (b) rats become pure after tanning?
18. Regardless of how far water is, will it be permissible to make Tayammum?
19. How will that person perform Salaat who does not have access (a) to water or (b)
sand (Mas`ala of Faaqidut Tahoorain)?
20. What is the ruling regarding the person who has (a) no hands, (b) feet or (c) is
severely wounded in the face? Must he make Salaat, (d) without performing
wudhu or (e) must he make Masah or Tayammum?
PART NINE
1. Prior to the English occupation in India and Pakistan, there were numerous
(Hanafi) translations of the Qur`aan Shareef that adorned every Muslim home, for
example, the Persian translation by Shah Waliullah, the Persian Tafseer by Shah
Abdul Azeez Muhaddith Dehlwi, the Urdu translations of Shahs Abdul Qadir
Saheb and Shah Rafee`udeen Saheb. Just as there were no Qur`aanic translations
of the Mirzaas and rejecters of Hadith prior to the English occupation, in similar
vein there were no translations of the Ghair-Muqallideen. If there was any
translation of the Ghair-Muqalliddeen prior to this period, then please do tell us
the (a) name and (b) location of such a work.
2. Prior to the English occupation of Indo-Pak, there were numerous Hadith Kitaabs
of the Ahnaaf, like ‘Mashaariqul Anwaar’ by Sheikh Radiud Deen Hasan
San`aani, and ‘Kanzul A`maal’ by Sheikh Ali Hanafi. Even today these Kitaabs
are prevalent. However, there was no such Kitaabs written by any Mirzaae or
Ghair-Muqallid. If there was, then please to tell us (a) by who and (b) where.
3. Prior to the above period the Ahnaaf had compiled numerous Kitaabs on the
language and lexicography of the Ahaadith, like ‘Majmaul Bihaarul Anwaar’, and
such Kitaabs are even being used upto present day by Arabs and non-Arabs alike.
However, there was no such Kitaabs compiled by any Mirzaae or Ghair-Muqallid.
4. Prior to the above period the Ahnaaf had compiled numerous Kitaabs on the
narrators of the Ahaadith, like ‘Al-Mughni’ etc., and such Kitaabs are even being
used upto present day by Arabs and non-Arabs alike. However, there was no such
Kitaabs compiled by any Mirzaae or Ghair-Muqallid. If there was then please do
present it.
5. Prior to the above period the Ahnaaf had compiled numerous Kitaabs on the
commentary of the Ahaadith, like ‘Lam`aat’ the commentary of Mishkaat, ‘As`atl
Lam`aat’ the Persian translation of Mishkaat, ‘Taiseerul Qaari’ the commentary
of Bukhaari, ‘Musaffaa’ the commentary of Muwatta Imaam Maalik, ‘Mazaair-e-
Haqq’ the commentary of Mishkaat, etc., and such Kitaabs are even being used
upto present day by Arabs and non-Arabs alike. However, there was no such
Kitaabs compiled by any Mirzaae or Ghair-Muqallid for the benefit of the
Ummat. Can any Ghair-Muqallid show any commentary of (a) Bukhari, (b)
Mishkaat, (c) Muwatta Imaam Maalik, etc. written by one of them prior to the
English occupation.
6. Prior to the above period the Ahnaaf had compiled numerous Fataawa Kitaabs
such as ‘Fataawa Aalimgiri’, and such Kitaabs are even being used upto present
day by Arabs and non-Arabs alike. However, was there any such comprehensive
Fataawa Kitaabs compiled by any Mirzaae or Ghair-Muqallid prior to this era?
7. Prior to the above period the Ahnaaf had compiled numerous Kitaabs on the
Seerat (life) of Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam), and such Kitaabs are even being
used upto present day by Arabs and non-Arabs alike. However, was any Kitaab
on the Seerat of Nabi (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) compiled by any Mirzaae or
Ghair-Muqallid?
8. Can the Ghair-Muqallids present names such as Moulana Abdullah Ghannawi,
Haafiz Muhammed Lakhnawi, that existed amongst them?
9. No Qaadiani or Ghair-Muqallid can present any Kitaab of theirs, which details the
method of Salaat, which they had prepared even five minutes prior to the English
occupation.
10. A Ghair-Muqallid Sheikh-ul-Hadith cannot present a Sanad (chain of narrators)
from where he had attained the Ahaadith going right back to the Sihah Sitta, prior
to the British invasion era.
11. Like there are numerous Masaajid that were built by Ahnaaf prior to the British
occupation, like Shaahi Masjid Laahore, Masjid Delhi, etc., can the Ghair-
Muqallids show any Masjid built by them during this period?
PART TEN
Answer the questions below from clear Saheeh Ahaadith.
1. According to you blood is Paak, from head to toe, it is not Na-Paak. Prove from a
clear Saheeh Hadith that blood is Paak.
2. A person is performing his Salaat when suddenly in front of him a male and
female dog come by copulating. Is his Salaat (a) valid or (b) not?
3. A person is performing his Salaat when suddenly in front of him his eyes fall
upon a couple who are committing adultery. Is his Salaat (a) valid or (b) not?
4. A person’s gaze falls upon (a) his own or (b) someone else’s private parts whilst
in Salaat. Is his (c) Salaat valid or (d) not?
5. A man’s wife gives him a kiss whilst he is in Salaat. Is his Salaat (a) valid or (b)
not?
6. A woman’s husband gives her a kiss whilst she is performing Salaat. Is her Salaat
(a) valid or (b) not?
7. A mother is performing Salaat when her child comes and urinates on her lap. Is
her Salaat (a) valid or (b) not?
8. A mother is performing Salaat when her child comes and starts drinking milk
from her breast. Is her Salaat (a) valid or (b) not?
9. Whilst a woman is performing her Salaat the pot on the stove is boiling over and
the food is about to get burnt. Must she (a) break her Salaat and remedy the
situation or (b) must she continue with her Salaat?
10. Whilst a woman is in Salaat, a dog is about to spill the milk. Must she (a) break
her Salaat and save the milk or (b) must she continue with her Salaat?
11. Whilst a person is performing Salaat another person comes and steals his shoes.
Must he (a) break the Salaat and give chase or (b) must he continue with his
Salaat?
12. Whilst a man is in Salaat, the melodious singing of a Ghair Mahram (strange)
woman reaches his ears, and he understands the meaning of what she is singing.
Does his Salaat (a) break or (b) not?
13. Whilst a woman is in Salaat a child comes and grabs her head-scarf and throws it
aside. Does her Salaat (a) break or (b) not?
14. Whilst a woman is in Salaat she is busy killing and throwing aside lice. Is her
Salaat (a) valid or (b) not?
PART ELEVEN
What do the Ulama-e-Deen (Ghair Muqallideen) say about the undermentioned
questions. Answer from a Qur`aanic Aayat or a clear Saheeh Hadith, otherwise your
answer will be regarded as invalid and unacceptable.
1. Is Qurbani (a) Fardh, (b) Waajib, (c) Sunnat or (d) Nafl?
2. If Qurbani is none of the above, then are those Muhadditheen who have classified
it (Fardh or Waajib) (a) Bid`atees or (b) not?
3. What are the conditions for the validity of Qurbani?
4. How much money must a person have over and above his basic essentials for
Qurbani to be binding upon him?
5. What are those things that will be regarded as being essentials for a person, that
they can be excluded when calculating the above?
6. Will one take into consideration the value of (a) a house, (b) shop, (c) bus (d)
truck, or (e) only the revenue generated therefrom?
7. What is the Shar`i punishment that will be levied upon a person who does not
make Qurbani, notwithstanding his ability to do so?
8. Is Qurbani valid with the slaughter of (a) a goat, (b) sheep, (c) cow or (d) camel
that has (e) 4, (f) 6 or (g) 8 teeth?
9. Is it permissible to drink (a) the milk (b) cream of a cow (that is to be sacrificed)?
Or (c) to eat the butter or (d) cheese etc. made from it?
10. Is it permissible to make Qurbani of a bull?
11. Will it be permissible to make (a) a Hanafi, (b) Deobandi or (c) Barelwi a partner
(d) in one or (e) more shares when slaughtering a cow or camel?
12. (a) Will it be permissible to make Qurbani on the Day of Eidul Adha of a fowl? (b)
How old must it be?
13. Is the Qurbani of the (a) eggs of fowls, (b) duck and (c) birds permissible?
14. (a) Is the Qurbani of a horse permissible? (b) If so then how many shares can be
made therefrom?
15. Must the shares of a Qurbani animal be distributed (a) by weight or (b)
estimation?
16. Can the meat of a Qurbani animal be given (a) to a Hanafi, (b) Deobandi, (c)
Barelwi, etc?
17. If you have already read your Eid Salaat and made your Qurbani. Thereafter you
hear that the Imaam did not have wudhu, when he performed the Salaat. Is your
Qurbani valid?
18. Will your Qurbani be valid if a Hanafi slaughters it for you?
19. If one of the shareholders in a Qurbani animal does not perform Salaat. Will the
Qurbani of the others be valid?
20. If more than 1/3rd of an animal’s ear is cut, will it be correct to make Qurbani of
such an animal?
21. Will it be correct to make Qurbani of an animal that was not born with ears?
22. Will it be correct to make Qurbani of an animal that had its tail cut off?
23. Will it be correct to make Qurbani of an animal that was born without teeth?
24. When laying the cow down for slaughtering, it bolts and by mistake its eye is
pierced. Will it now be (a) valid or (b) not to slaughter this animal for Qurbani?
25. Can a person who did not perform his Eid Salaat (a) make Qurbani or (b) not?
26. (a) How many and (b) which veins must be cut when slaughtering? (v) Show this
from a clear Saheeh Hadith.
27. (a) Who is eligible to receive the skin of a Qurbani animal? (b) Will it be permissible
to give it to Hanafi Madressahs?
28. A person slaughters the Qurbani animal of another without taking permission.
Later he compensates him. Will this Qurbani be (a) valid or (b) not?
478 QUESTIONS IN TOTAL
 

Pakistani1947

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: Halal and haram food in the Quran and Hadith

i have just posted 478 questions divided into 11 topics. my request to you is to answer any 1 question from each of the 11 parts. if that is too much, then answer any 1 question from any of the 5 topics of your own choice.

What made you believe that I should answer your listed questions? If you think that I belong to a particular sect in Islam than you are wrong! because I am just Muslim, as creating sects is Haram in Islam:

إِنَّ الَّذِينَ فَرَّقُوا دِينَهُمْ وَكَانُوا شِيَعًا لَّسْتَ مِنْهُمْ فِي شَيْءٍ ۚ إِنَّمَا أَمْرُهُمْ إِلَى اللَّهِ ثُمَّ يُنَبِّئُهُم بِمَا كَانُوا يَفْعَلُونَ
As for those who divide their religion and break up into sects, thou hast no part in them in the least: their affair is with Allah. He will in the end tell them the truth of all that they did. [Al-Qur'an 6:159]
جنہوں نے اپنے دین کو ٹکڑے ٹکڑے کر دیا اور کئی جماعتیں بن گئے تیرا ان سے کوئی تعلق نہیں اس کا کام الله ہی کے حوالے ہے پھر وہی انہیں بتلائے گا جو کچھ وہ کرتے تھے
 

Milk Shaykh

Banned
Re: Halal and haram food in the Quran and Hadith

What made you believe that I should answer your listed questions? If you think that I belong to a particular sect in Islam than you are wrong! because I am just Muslim, as creating sects is Haram in Islam:

إِنَّ الَّذِينَ فَرَّقُوا دِينَهُمْ وَكَانُوا شِيَعًا لَّسْتَ مِنْهُمْ فِي شَيْءٍ ۚ إِنَّمَا أَمْرُهُمْ إِلَى اللَّهِ ثُمَّ يُنَبِّئُهُم بِمَا كَانُوا يَفْعَلُونَ
As for those who divide their religion and break up into sects, thou hast no part in them in the least: their affair is with Allah. He will in the end tell them the truth of all that they did. [Al-Qur'an 6:159]
جنہوں نے اپنے دین کو ٹکڑے ٹکڑے کر دیا اور کئی جماعتیں بن گئے تیرا ان سے کوئی تعلق نہیں اس کا کام الله ہی کے حوالے ہے پھر وہی انہیں بتلائے گا جو کچھ وہ کرتے تھے

you don't belong to a sect? well lets do some critical thinking on this shall we. you have, in the past, consistently defended the ahl-e-hadith group and in your footer you have three links, all of whom are ahl-e-hadith affiliated websites. either you don't know what the definition of affiliation is or i don't. you may not be part of a group. but you sure as hell are promoting one group over others, whether you want to accept it or not. so please stop pretending your're not affiliated with any single group. you put shame to yourself.

Affiliate. An “affiliate” of, or a person “affiliated” with, a specified person, is a person that directly, or indirectly through one or more intermediaries
 

Pakistani1947

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: Halal and haram food in the Quran and Hadith

you don't belong to a sect? well lets do some critical thinking on this shall we. you have, in the past, consistently defended the ahl-e-hadith group and in your footer you have three links, all of whom are ahl-e-hadith affiliated websites. either you don't know what the definition of affiliation is or i don't. you may not be part of a group. but you sure as hell are promoting one group over others, whether you want to accept it or not. so please stop pretending your're not affiliated with any single group. you put shame to yourself.

Affiliate. An affiliate of, or a person affiliated with, a specified person, is a person that directly, or indirectly through one or more intermediaries

(Qur'an 49:11) يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا لَا يَسْخَرْ قَوْمٌ مِّن قَوْمٍ عَسَىٰ أَن يَكُونُوا خَيْرًا مِّنْهُمْ وَلَا نِسَاءٌ مِّن نِّسَاءٍ عَسَىٰ أَن يَكُنَّ خَيْرًا مِّنْهُنَّ ۖ وَلَا تَلْمِزُوا أَنفُسَكُمْ وَلَا تَنَابَزُوا بِالْأَلْقَابِ ۖ بِئْسَ الِاسْمُ الْفُسُوقُ بَعْدَ الْإِيمَانِ ۚ وَمَن لَّمْ يَتُبْ فَأُولَـٰئِكَ هُمُ الظَّالِمُونَ
O you who have believed, let not a people ridicule [another] people; perhaps they may be better than them; nor let women ridicule [other] women; perhaps they may be better than them. And do not insult one another and do not call each other by [offensive] nicknames. Wretched is the name of disobedience after [one's] faith. And whoever does not repent - then it is those who are the wrongdoers.
اے ایمان والو ایک قوم دوسری قوم سے ٹھٹھا نہ کرے عجب نہیں کہ وہ ان سے بہتر ہوں اور نہ عورتیں دوسری عورتوں سے ٹھٹھا کریں کچھ بعید نہیں کہ وہ ان سے بہتر ہوں اور ایک دوسرے کو طعنے نہ دو اور نہ ایک دوسرے کے نام دھرو فسق کے نام لینے ایمان لانے کے بعد بہت برے ہیں اور جو باز نہ آئیں سووہی ظالم ہیں