The status of saints and their miracles in light of the Holy Quran and the Hadith
Author: Mufti Hafidh Syed Ziauddin Naqshbandi Qadri,
Professor, Islamic Law, Jamia Nizamia.
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>> Introduction
>> Glad tidings for the pious in the Holy Quran and the Hadith
>> Mention of the pious in this world – A sign of divine acceptance
>> The fame of the saints in the earthly and spiritual worlds
>> The glad tidings given by angels at the time of death
>> Studying the lives of the saints – A means of prosperity
>> The incidents of the saints – A means of strengthening the faith
>> The mention of the saints – A panacea for diseases
>> The blessings of the saints in this world
>> The honoring of the saints on the Day of Judgment
>> There will be pulpits of Noor for the saints
>> Entry into paradise without any reckoning
>> Miracles of saints in light of the Holy Quran and the Hadith
>> Difference between "Mujiza" and "Karamat"
>> Why do we need the miracles of the Saints
>> Proof from the Holy Quran
>> Second proof
>> Third proof
>> Fourth proof
>> Proof from the Hadith
>> Miracle of Hadhrat Abu Bakr Siddiq (May Allah be well pleased with him)
>> Miracle of Hadhrat Umar Farooq (May Allah be well pleased with him)
>> Miracle of Hadhrat Uthman (May Allah be well pleased with him)
>> Miracle of Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him)
>> Miracle of Imam Hasan (May Allah be well pleased with him)
>> Miracle of Hadhrat Imam Zain Ul A’abideen
>> Miracle of Hadhrat Ghouse Azam (May Allah be well pleased with him)
>> Miracle of Hadhrat Khwaja Ghareebnawaz (May Allah shower His mercy on him)
>> Miracle of Hadhrat Khwaja Bahauddin Naqshband (May Allah shower His mercy on him)
>> Miracle of Hadhrat Shihabuddin Suharwardi (May Allah shower His mercy on him)

 
 
Miracle of Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him)

 Miracle of Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him)

An Abyssinian slave who loved Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him) committed a theft.  He was brought to Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him).  Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him) asked him:  Did you steal?  He said: Yes.  Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him) ordered that his hand should be cut.  When that person returned from Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him), he met Hadhrat Salman Farsi (May Allah be well pleased with him) and Ibnul Kara.  Ibnul Kara asked him:  Who cut your hand?  He said: The Commander of the Faithful, the great leader of the Muslims, the son-in-law of the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam), the husband of Hadhrat Fatima (May Allah be well pleased with her).  He asked him:  Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him) cut off your hand and you are praising him?  He said:  Why should I not praise him?  He has cut off my hand as justice and has released me from the fire of hell. 

When Hadhrat Salman Farsi (May Allah be well pleased with him) heard this, he conveyed this to Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him).  Hadhrat ‘Ali (May Allah be well pleased with him) summoned that Abyssinian slave and placed his blessed hand on his arm and covered it with a kerchief and recited some prayers.  The narrator says:  Suddenly, we heard a voice from sky:  Remove the cloth from the hand.  Lo and behold!  By the will of Allah Most High and because of his devotedness, he was cured.  (Tafseer Kabeer, Surah Kahf-09; Tafseer Nysaburi, Surah Kahf-09, Vol. 5, Pg. No. 69; Tafseer Siraj Al Muneer. Vol. 1, Pg. No. 2227)

 
 
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