The secrets of Meraj and the vision of Allah Taala
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 ...

Why did the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) go to Masjid Aqsa

The first reason as to why the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) was taken to Masjid Aqsa was that this should serve as a proof for the disbelievers.  The heavenly worlds are not seen by the disbelievers, then how would they affirm and acknowledge Meraj?  They had seen Masjid Aqsa.  They asked the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) about Masjid Aqsa.  The Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) told them about Masjid Aqsa and about the caravans, which He (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) had seen on the way, so that with His true words, a proof is established for the disbelievers.  (Subul Ul Huda War Rashad, Vol. 1, Pg. No. 17)

Imam Muhammad Bin Yousuf As Saalhi (May Allah Ta'ala shower His mercy on him) says that in Syria, the gathering of Hashr will occur.  The intent of Allah Ta'ala in taking the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) to Masjid Aqsa is that when His blessed feet land there, then in Qiyamah, it will be a source of ease for the Ummah and because the blessings of His blessed feet, standing there will become easier.  (Subul Ul Huda War Rashad, Vol. 3, Pg. No. 18)
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