Friday, 7 January 2011

MUHAMMADUR RASOOL ALLAH.

“Surely Allah (S.W.T.) and his Angels” bless the Prophet; O you who believe! Call for (Divine) blessings on him and salute him with a (becoming) salutation.” (33:56) (Shaakir)

Durood (Blessings) and Salaam (Peace) on Muhammad, his Family, and his Companions.

Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam, i.e. the peace and Blessings of Allah Be upon him (the Prophet).
We as Muslims have been commanded to say this every time the Prophet's name is mentioned.
This is done as a mark of respect and the honour which he deserves.

Blessings of Durood Shareef
“The Prophet of Allah (Sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) asked the Sa’haba. “Who is a stingy and miserly person? The Sa’haba -Madinah Dome responded:” O Messenger of Allah (sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam). a stingy person is he who has loads of wealth but does not spend it.” The Prophet of Allah (Sallallaahu alaihi Wasallam) responded “No! A Stingy and Miserly person is he in whose presence my name is mentioned and he does not recite Durood.”
The Prophet of Allah (sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) has said that whoever recites Durood upon me for his each recitation Allah Ta Ala will forgive ten of his sins, his rank in paradise will be raised by ten Degrees, and he will receive ten blessings.
Whoever recites Durood abundantly, will be the closest to The Prophet of Allah (sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam).

THE MEANING OF: MUHAMMADUR RASOOL ALLAH

Now let us look at the second part of Kalimah Tayyab starting again with the literal translation of the words MUHAMMAD (UR) RASOOL ULLAH.

MUHAMMAD means MUHAMMAD
RASOOL means RASOOL (Loosely translated to MESSENGER) (OF)
ALLAH means ALLAH

Every Muslim will translate MUHAMMAD RASOOL ALLAH to mean Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah

There are no problems here. Except in comprehension. Some Muslims do not even realize what they are uttering.
They are not paying attention to the words of the Kalimah. They are veiled from the meaning of the Kalimah.

When someone utters YA MUHAMMAD, others will quickly admonish the uttered that he/she cannot say YA Muhammad. Why?

The admonishers believe that Muhammad the Messenger of Allah is not present with us in this world.
We can only use YA for someone who is present. Therefore it is all right to say YA ALLAH, but it is not right to say YA MUHAMMAD.

Let me reiterate what I have already written in the above section (LA ILAHA ILL ALLAH). To become a Muslim, a person must first of all say the Kalimah Tayyab LA ILAHA ILL ALLAH MUHAMMADUR RASOOL ALLAH with total belief. A person who does not believe in this Kalimah is not a Muslim. The translation of this Kalimah is:

THERE IS NO GOD ONLY ALLAH, MUHAMMAD IS THE RASOOL (MESSENGER) OF ALLAH.

In this section we are dealing with the second part of the Kalimah. MUHAMMADUR RASOOL ALLAH. Literally translated if means MUHAMMAD MESSENGER OF ALLAH. Grammatically translated the meaning is:

MUHAMMAD IS THE RASOOL (MESSENGER) OF ALLAH.

If we look at the literal translation, it clearly states Muhammad the MESSENGER OF ALLAH (SWT). There is no mention of time in relation to Past, Present or Future. The grammatically correct translation states:



Muhammad IS the Rasool (messenger) of Allah.

Muhammad IS the Rasool (messenger) of Allah.

Muhammad IS the Rasool (messenger) of Allah.


Is MUHAMMAD (SAW) IS THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH in the present tense?

“Yes” or No?

Does MUHAMMAD (SAW) IS THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH not mean this very moment?

“Yes” or No?

Yet the admonishers do not even realize what they are saying when reciting the Kalimah Tayyab.
If a Muslim today cannot say Ya Muhammad he cannot say Muhammad IS the messenger of Allah by the same reasoning.
I challenge anyone to change IS to WAS. Whoever does that, will be a non believer (Kafir).
The door of prophet ship is closed. Muhammad (SAW) is the seal of all the Prophets.
He is the Messenger of Allah to all those who are here today and for those who are yet to be born.
That implies today, tomorrow and the rest of time which is eternity. MUHAMMAD (Sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) is the messenger of Allah even in the next world because we the Muslims will still be known as Muhammad's Ummah or Community.

Although we cannot see Muhammad (Sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) physically, spiritually he is always present. As far as the souls are concerned, the very first Soul, or Ruh, or Light that Allah created was the Light of Muhammad (Sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) . That Light (Ruh / Soul) said "Subhan Allah" for 70,000 years. Today some of the Muslims say Muhammad (Sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) is not present, so we cannot say YA MUHAMMAD. Muhammad was PRESENT (Hadar) even before the creation of heavens and earth, how can he not be PRESENT now! He is the First and the Last Prophet (Awal and Akhir these are also among the names of the Muhammad). Those who say it is wrong to say Ya Muhammad only think in terms of a physical body. By the same logic, has anyone seen Allah Subhana WA Ta Ala physically? Yet we say Ya Allah.

When Hadrat Adam (A.S.) was sent from heaven to earth for eating the forbidden fruit he repented for 330 years. Then Allah gave Adam (A.S.) guidance and he remembered The Kalimah he had seen inscribed in heaven

LA ILAHA ILL ALLAH MUHAMMADUR RASOOL ALLAH.

When Adam A.S. (recited the Kalimah, Allah SWT accepted his prayer and forgave Adam ... Even Adam (A.S.) had to say:

THERE IS NO GOD ONLY ALLAH, MUHAMMAD IS THE RASOOL (MESSENGER) OF ALLAH.

Why did he not say Muhammad WILL BE the messenger of Allah?
Was Muhammad (Sallallaahu alayhi Wasallam) present then or not? You can answer this question for your self. Only Allah Knows Best!

I pray to Allah to Reward Brother, Ahmed Hulusi and Ahmed Baki, for their Contribution to Islam.

May Allah guide us to the right path, the path of those on whom Allah has bestowed His grace - AMEEN.


Durood (Blessings) and Salaam (Peace) on Muhammad, his Family, and his Companions.

May Allah make our efforts sincere and keep us all on the straight path...........

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