ISALE SAWAB PDF
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To put simply, Esal-e-Sawab is nothing other than to ask Allah for the forgiveness of our sins, and to raise the spiritual status of the deceased.
This may be achieved through various practices, such as the offering of du? As this chapter will seek to demonstrate, Insh Allah, by using the Quran and the Sunnah as evidence, and by examining the fatwawas of the scholars of Islam, we shall indeed discover that this is not an innovative practice [bida], but something that isaale been practiced by Muslims throughout the centuries, and secondly, which is permissible.
O My Lord [Allah Almighty. They ask for forgiveness in the following manner:. The above mentioned verses demonstrate that if anyone prays on behalf of another person, the latter will receive the [spiritual] benefits — Allah Willing.
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This also demonstrates that if it was the wrong action Allah would not have ordered us to pray for other people, nor would He have stated that those who ask for forgiveness for the siale receive praises from Allah. A man came to the Prophet Muhammad [May Allah bless Him and grant Him peace] and said My mother has suddenly died and she saawb not leave any will, but I suspect that if she did that then she would have told me to give something to charity.
Then the man said that I make you, the Prophet, as my witness, that I offer my garden full of fruits to charity. This hadith, as can be clearly read, proves that to offer a charity on behalf of the deceased will result in the deceased obtaining a benefit. Prophet Muhammad [May Allah bless Him and grant Him peace] has said, The status of the deceased is raised during their time in the graveand the deceased ask Allah Almighty. From this particular hadith, it can be understood that not only charity, but the offering of prayers making duas and the giving of alms, will also benefit the deceased.
After providing evidence from the primary and secondary sources, we shall now move onto the evidences provided by some of the scholars on this topic. Some people raise the objection that a person can only gain reward from their own actions, and refer to the Quran [for evidence].
This is not correct. It is also evident from the Quran: In the same way the dua is offered in the funeral prayer, also when visiting the grave and offering dua for the deceased.
Secondly, we know that Allah Almighty. If a Muslim recites Quran, performs Hajj, offers dua, gives in charity on the behalf of the deceased, then the deceased gets the benefits of it.
Some innovators say that the deceased do not get any such reward, which is wrong according to the authentic Hadith. The proof is in the Quran that Allah Almighty.
Authentic Hadith proves that Prophet Muhammad [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] replied to a question saying that to offer alms on behalf of a deceased person earns benefit. Some individuals suspect that the earlier Muslims did not do Esal-e-Sawab.
Special ceremony held for ‘Esal-e-Sawab’ of Dr Danish’s mother – Minhaj-ul-Quran
This is because of their own ignorance or lack of sawqb. The earlier Muslims did not do these to show off. The Prophet Muhammad [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] himself gave permission to offer Alms, so it is right to say that Esal-e-Sawab is right. The ayah in the Quran which states that only the own deeds are rewarded, means that he is righteous to get rewarded, which means that he is righteous to receive reward, but a present from someone else isle also rewarded to the deceased by Allah Almighty.
According to the Sunni faith, a deceased receives rewards from others praying, performing Hajj, offering Alms, but the Mutazala refuse to accept this. Janaiz by Qadi Shawkani. These above references prove our argument for Esal-e-Swab and that the suspicion that people harbour in that it has no basis in either the Quran or the Sunnah, is not true. The origin of Esal-e-Swab is in the Quran but it is carried out in different manner in different communities.
For example, to preach Islam to invite others to the Deen is proven but the methods are different for different situations. For example Islamic circles are held on Sawaab or Sundays some but it is not mentioned in the Quran or Hadith that sawaab should be aswab on these evenings. In the same way, the origin of Esal-e-Swab is in the Quran and Hadith and to call it an innovation is not right.
Now we will discuss a few things concerning with Esal-e-Swab to which according to some people are, innovations.
In these gatherings Islamic teachings are preached; This serves as a way to preach or spread Islam. The poor get benefit from these Alms or charity.
As you can see if you look at it from any angle, it is not an innovation. The answer to this question is saab fixing a day is Haram, Esal-e-sawaab will be haraam if it is said that outside of this day it will not be Esal-e-Sawab, like Qurbani, Hajj and Salaah times are fixedbut Esal-e-Sawab on a fixed day is just for isal of ixale and friends for Dua.
Like any Islamic conference, the date of it is fixed in advance. Alternatively, like Salaah Jamat time is unlike fixed. No one can become an innovator because of this. Esal-e-Sawab To put simply, Esal-e-Sawab is nothing other than to ask Allah for the forgiveness of our sins, and to raise the spiritual status of the deceased. Evidence from the Quran Allah Almighty. Surah Isra, Verse 24 Allah Almighty. They ask for forgiveness in the following manner: Surah Hashir, Verse 10 The above mentioned verses demonstrate that if anyone prays on behalf of another person, the latter will sawwb the [spiritual] benefits — Allah Willing.
Evidence from the Sunnah 1. Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim write that: Bukhari Muslim, Chapter Al-Wasiha This hadith, as can be clearly read, proves that to offer a charity on behalf of the deceased will result in the deceased obtaining a benefit.
Imam Bukhari writes that: Al-Adab, Al-Mufid Chapter Excellency of the Parents by Imam Bukhari From this particular hadith, it can be understood that not only charity, but the offering of prayers making isxle and the giving of alms, will also benefit the deceased. Hafidhh Ibn Taymiyyah writes: Hafidhh Ibn Qayyam writes: Origins and Development The origin of Esal-e-Swab is in the Quran but it is carried out in ixale manner in dawab communities. Now we will discuss a few things concerning with Esal-e-Swab to which according to some people are, innovations 1 When a person dies, Muslims offer Alms, Sadaqa, on his behalf and pray in congregation.