The secrets of Meraj and the vision of Allah Taala
Author: MUFTI HAFIDH SYED ZIAUDDIN NAQSHBANDI,
Professor of Islamic Law JAMIA NIZAMIA, Founder of Abul Hasanaat Islamic Research Centre
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>> Introduction
>> The distinct excellence of His Bashariyyat
>> Seeing the heavenly worlds from this world itself
>> His Noor
>> Wisdom of selecting the month of Rajab
>> Wisdom of selecting Monday
>> The secrets of Meraj
>> Why did the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) go to Masjid Aqsa
>> The desire of Masjid Aqsa
>> The reverence shown by Jibreel (May peace be upon him)
>> Why did the journey start
>> The face of Jibreel ...
>> His blessed heart was washed with Zam Zam
>> Burraq – Only to show grandeur and majesty
>> The Holy Prophet seeing Allah Ta'ala with His physical eyes
>> Seeing Allah Ta’ala in Meraj
>> The meaning and purport of the Hadith of Hadhrat Aisha
>> First reason
>> Second reason
>> Seeing Jibreel ..
>> Seeing Allah Ta’ala ...

 
 
First reason

Other Hadith, which are narrated on the authority of other Sahabah show that the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) saw Allah Ta’ala.  Those Hadith contain the actual words of the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) Himself like, “I saw Allah Ta’ala” and so on.

Of course, these Hadith are Marfu,’ as this is not something, which cannot be deduced by any kind of logic.  When the Sahabah narrate this, obviously they are doing so because the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said so. 

There is a principle of the Imams of Hadith and Fiqh that whatever the Sahabah say about something, which cannot be deduced by logic, then with regard to its ruling, it is a Hadith Marfu’.

Therefore, all the Hadith, which the Sahabah narrate about the vision of Allah Ta’ala for the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) are all Marfu’.

On the other hand, Hadhrat Aisha Siddiqua (May Allah be well pleased with her) didn’t narrate any Marfu’ Hadith, but gave the reference of a verse of the Holy Quran, which is Hadith Mauquf.  Obviously, the actual words of the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) will be preferred over the deduction of a Sahabi.

 
 
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