The Saints of Islam

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Christianity is fond of sainthood. That is normal, religion is for acquiring saintliness. reading a holy book must make one holy, a saint. Pope John Paul II was canonized on account of a miracle of a woman who woke up from a coma after hearing his name. It sounds un believable, but it is true. I say that it makes more sense if that woman was considered a saint, and not Pope John Paul II. In any case, that woman alos is not saint.

You find saints in Islam, because Islam is a true religion. Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) was sent as the last prophet, 14 centuries ago. 14 centuries ago, that's close to the end of times. There would be no prophet after Muhammad, so saints were raised after him, century after century, saints of Islam. Thanks to these saints, people have the means to re-unite with their Creator who created them and loves them. No other religion fulfils that purpose, but that is the sole purpose of a religion. There are 124 000 saints of Islam, and they shall come at each century, after Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) and His Companions (may Allah be well pleased with them) until the end of times.

These saints, out of their closeness to God Almighty and His beloved (peace be upon him and his family), out of holiness would fly in the air, walk on water, talk with God, see God, do various miracles. They are intimates of God Almighty and intimates of the beloved of God, Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). These are Wikipedia links pertaining to some saints of Islam, may God have mercy on them.

Ja far al-Sadiq - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Uwais al-Qarani - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Hasan of Basra - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Malik Deenar - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Muhammad Ibn Wasi Al-Azdi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habib_Ajami
Rabia Basri - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (who is a woman)
Al-Fudhayl bin Iyyadh - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Ibrahim ibn Adham - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Dhul-Nun al-Misri - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

The tomb of Dhul Nun

 

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everybody's religion is the true religion.....and every one of them have been corrupted by man in one way or another....including the one you are controlled by Muslim dude......
 

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Christianity is fond of sainthood. That is normal, religion is for acquiring saintliness. reading a holy book must make one holy, a saint. Pope John Paul II was canonized on account of a miracle of a woman who woke up from a coma after hearing his name. It sounds un believable, but it is true. I say that it makes more sense if that woman was considered a saint, and not Pope John Paul II. In any case, that woman alos is not saint.

You find saints in Islam, because Islam is a true religion. Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) was sent as the last prophet, 14 centuries ago. 14 centuries ago, that's close to the end of times. There would be no prophet after Muhammad, so saints were raised after him, century after century, saints of Islam. Thanks to these saints, people have the means to re-unite with their Creator who created them and loves them. No other religion fulfils that purpose, but that is the sole purpose of a religion. There are 124 000 saints of Islam, and they shall come at each century, after Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) and His Companions (may Allah be well pleased with them) until the end of times.

These saints, out of their closeness to God Almighty and His beloved (peace be upon him and his family), out of holiness would fly in the air, walk on water, talk with God, see God, do various miracles. They are intimates of God Almighty and intimates of the beloved of God, Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). These are Wikipedia links pertaining to some saints of Islam, may God have mercy on them.

Ja far al-Sadiq - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Uwais al-Qarani - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Hasan of Basra - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Malik Deenar - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Muhammad Ibn Wasi Al-Azdi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habib_Ajami
Rabia Basri - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (who is a woman)
Al-Fudhayl bin Iyyadh - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Ibrahim ibn Adham - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Dhul-Nun al-Misri - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

The tomb of Dhul Nun

 

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someday the meccaist dogs will invent some stories about the present "caliph" big bad baghdaddy-----and stick
their asses in the air and pray at the pig's tomb
 

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Christianity is fond of sainthood. That is normal, religion is for acquiring saintliness. reading a holy book must make one holy, a saint. Pope John Paul II was canonized on account of a miracle of a woman who woke up from a coma after hearing his name. It sounds un believable, but it is true. I say that it makes more sense if that woman was considered a saint, and not Pope John Paul II. In any case, that woman alos is not saint.

You find saints in Islam, because Islam is a true religion. Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) was sent as the last prophet, 14 centuries ago. 14 centuries ago, that's close to the end of times. There would be no prophet after Muhammad, so saints were raised after him, century after century, saints of Islam. Thanks to these saints, people have the means to re-unite with their Creator who created them and loves them. No other religion fulfils that purpose, but that is the sole purpose of a religion. There are 124 000 saints of Islam, and they shall come at each century, after Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) and His Companions (may Allah be well pleased with them) until the end of times.

These saints, out of their closeness to God Almighty and His beloved (peace be upon him and his family), out of holiness would fly in the air, walk on water, talk with God, see God, do various miracles. They are intimates of God Almighty and intimates of the beloved of God, Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). These are Wikipedia links pertaining to some saints of Islam, may God have mercy on them.

Ja far al-Sadiq - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Uwais al-Qarani - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Hasan of Basra - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Malik Deenar - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Muhammad Ibn Wasi Al-Azdi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habib_Ajami
Rabia Basri - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (who is a woman)
Al-Fudhayl bin Iyyadh - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Ibrahim ibn Adham - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Dhul-Nun al-Misri - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

The tomb of Dhul Nun

Popes become saints because wealthy supporters threw enough money at the Pope-makers. If you don't have the coin, you don't become a Pope. Google it.

If Islam is a "true religion" what would be some examples of untrue religions. Whoe decides which are true and which aren't? Memebers of the religions that are true? How's that make sense? Be like my saying I'm God because I say so.

If you were talking to a Jew when Torah was being written, they'd probably say one of their Jewish prophets was the "last prophet." In fact they do say that even today. Prophecy existed only in Israel up to a point, then it stopped. No one outside of Israel is EVER a prophet (according to Judaism admittedly.) So anyone can come along later and say out of the blue they're a prophet. The Christians did, the Muslims did, and most recently the Mormons did. But if we';re talking about the deity in the Jewish Tanach, all these claims must be thrown out because it isn't consistent with Jewish teachings. Wann amake an entirely separate religion fine, but using previous ones and you deviate so hugely from it, you're only shooting yourself in the theological foot.

Islam is the regional response to the then wildfire spread of a non-arab religion, Christianity. Prior to Islam, the arab world had its own small cults and religions but nothing universally accepted like Christianity which was regarded as foreign and thus unacceptable. Only thing to do was invent your own arab version out of thin air (as Christians did building upon Judaism.) Islam doesn't even dispute this mentioning numerous times how they "took from the people of the book a covenant" meaning the Jews. And Jesus of Christianity is mentioned in the Qur'an more times than Mohammed so obviously they recognized the validity of Christianity.

Catholicism bills itself as the universal religion, yet pretty obviously the only truly universal religion to date is Islam, practiced in every country whereas Catholicism isn't, nor is Catholic power anything comparable to Islamic. No one worries about speaking ill of the Pope you'll notice. ;)

While no religion is "true" as none offers empirical proof to backup their many claims, this is by design for all of them. They relics froma time widespread governments didn't yet exist, but large numbers of people living near one another did. To control people so everyone got along (more or less) some unifying thing had to be implemented, as with a religion. Some endured and caught on, most didn't.

What we should look fowards to now is the end of all religions. They're more trouble than they're worth. With global communications, massive governments and governmental alliances the need for religions as unifying entities and institutions is long gone.
 
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Saints of Islam

Yahya ibn Mu adh al-Razi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Junayd of Baghdad - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Abu Madyan - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Abu al-Najib Suhrawardi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Al-Ghazali - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Muhammad ibn Ali at-Tirmidhi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Abu Bakr Shibli - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Ibrahim Niass - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (from West Africa's Senegal)

Muhammad al-Jazuli - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (a descendant of Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family)

Ali al-Ridha - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (a descendant of Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family)


Ali Ar Rida (peace on him) is also claimed by the Shiites. They consider him as the 8th Imam of Shiism. Ali Ar Rida, however is a saint of Islam. Islam and the saints of Islam completely reject Shiism.

The Mosque of Ali Ar Rida (peace on him) in Mashhad, Iran




The Tomb of Ali Ar Rida (peace on him), beneath the golden dome

 

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Saints of Islam

Yahya ibn Mu adh al-Razi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Junayd of Baghdad - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Abu Madyan - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Abu al-Najib Suhrawardi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Al-Ghazali - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Muhammad ibn Ali at-Tirmidhi - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Abu Bakr Shibli - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Ibrahim Niass - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (from West Africa's Senegal)

Muhammad al-Jazuli - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (a descendant of Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family)

Ali al-Ridha - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia (a descendant of Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family)


Ali Ar Rida (peace on him) is also claimed by the Shiites. They consider him as the 8th Imam of Shiism. Ali Ar Rida, however is a saint of Islam. Islam and the saints of Islam completely reject Shiism.

The Mosque of Ali Ar Rida (peace on him) in Mashhad, Iran




The Tomb of Ali Ar Rida (peace on him), beneath the golden dome

How about a photo of the black gawd rock, the one at the center of the universe in Mecca.
 
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The Saints of Islam are great and honored. The Companions are greater and more honoured than the saints of Islam. The Companions are the companions of Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family), those who were with him. There are 124 000 Companions, just like there are 124 000 prophets and 124 000 saints of Islam.

The Qur'an mentions the Companions. The Qur'an says they are mentioned in the Torah, the Gospel and the Qur'an; that is, the real Torah, the real Gospel and the Qur'an. This indicates that they are holy ones, sinless. If they do something not right, it's for the sake of teaching; they are teachers.

"Muhammad is the apostle of Allah. and those who are with him are strong against Unbelievers, (but) compassionate amongst each other. Thou wilt see them bow and prostrate themselves (in prayer), seeking Grace from Allah and (His) Good Pleasure. On their faces are their marks, (being) the traces of their prostration. This is their similitude in the Taurat; and their similitude in the Gospel is: like a seed which sends forth its blade, then makes it strong; it then becomes thick, and it stands on its own stem, (filling) the sowers with wonder and delight. As a result, it fills the Unbelievers with rage at them. Allah has promised those among them who believe and do righteous deeds forgiveness, and a great Reward."

Chapter Muhammad (Surah 47), V 29


The Qur'an mentions the saints of Islam. They are known as Friends of Allah (friends of God).

"Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve;
Those who believe and (constantly) guard against evil;-
For them are glad tidings, in the life of the present and in the Hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah. This is indeed the supreme felicity."

Chapter Jonah (Surah 10), V 62-64


Some Companions

Abu Bakr - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Umar - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Uthman - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Ali - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Zubayr ibn al-Awam - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Talhah - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Abdur Rahman bin Awf - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Sa d ibn Abi Waqqas - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
Sa eed bin Zaid - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia


The Mosque of Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) in Madina



The tomb of Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) is beneath the greed dome, as well as those of Abu Bakr and Umar. Fatima (peace on her) is also buried close to Muhammad, her father.


Tomb windows of Muhammad, Abu Bakr and Umar




The Grave of Abdurrahman Ibn Awf in Jordan

 
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I can assure you-----Muhummad and his band of merry thieves and rapists and murderers are not mentioned in the torah
 
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The saints of Islam in the Holy Qur'an (which is the word of God Almighty, who is above any sort of humanness):

"Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve; those who believe and (constantly) guard against evil; for them are glad tidings, in the life of the present and in the Hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah. This is indeed the supreme felicity."

(Jonah - Surah 10 - V 62-64)


In the Holy Hadiths (the holy sayings of Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family):

"The Ulama (scholars) are the inheritors of the prophets." (Hadith we know from Tirmidhi, Abu Dawud, Ibn Maja...)


Scholars here does not mean the regular scholars who studied through schools and books. It means the saints of Islam.
 
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Aftrer Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) the Seal of the Prophets, there are no more prophets. But there are the saints of Islam, century after century, until the end of times. Muhammad himself is the guide, the leader and the master of the saints of Islam.

Abu Abdallah Jala was a saint of Islam. He fell asleep at the tomb of Muhammad. He saw in his dream Muhammad. He told Muhammad that he - who came as a guest - was very hungry. Muhammad gave him a piece of bread and he ate half of it. Then he woke up and he was holding the other half in his hand.

It is the saints of Islam that explain Islam, the Qur'an and the Hadiths (the sayings of Muhammad) in perfect truth, because they are the intimates of God and His beloved, Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family).
 

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It is the saints of Islam that explain Islam, the Qur'an and the Hadiths (the sayings of Muhammad) in perfect truth, because they are the intimates of God and His beloved, Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family).
Just exactly who are these saints of Islam, and where are they? Because If there is not one in every mosque what is the point of Muslims reading the Quran, if they cannot understand it without it being interpreted by a saint.
 

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The saints of Islam in the Holy Qur'an (which is the word of God Almighty, who is above any sort of humanness):

"Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve; those who believe and (constantly) guard against evil; for them are glad tidings, in the life of the present and in the Hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah. This is indeed the supreme felicity."

(Jonah - Surah 10 - V 62-64)


In the Holy Hadiths (the holy sayings of Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family):

"The Ulama (scholars) are the inheritors of the prophets." (Hadith we know from Tirmidhi, Abu Dawud, Ibn Maja...)


Scholars here does not mean the regular scholars who studied through schools and books. It means the saints of Islam.
both the Koran and the Hadiths are a pile of shit
 
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I speak of the traditional knowledge in Islam and the knowledge of the saints of Islam.

Islam is not known from the Qur'an. The Qur'an was revealed event after event, as if God Almighty was commenting those events happening, talking to His beloved, Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). The Hadiths also (the sayings of Muhammad) are not meant to explain Islam. The Qur'an and the Hadiths are sources. Islamic libraries are filled with tons of books from renowned and not so renowned scholars. They explain Islam.

The saints of Islam are regular scholars and authorities in Islamic Law, but they also possess a unique knowledge. That knowledge can not be acquired through books. It is put in the heart of the one who becomes a saint, and it is endless. The saints of Islam number 124 000, coming after Muhammad and his Companions, at each century, until the end of time. They fly in the air, walk on water and go to heavens and come back when they want. When they need something, they say be! and it is.

They are mentioned in the Qur'an (as Friends of Allah which means Friends of God):


"Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve;

Those who believe and (constantly) guard against evil;-

For them are glad tidings, in the life of the present and in the Hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah. This is indeed the supreme felicity."

Jonah (Surah 10) V 62-64


They are mentioned in many Hadiths, among which:

"The Ulama (Possessors of Knowledge, scholars) are the inheritors of the prophets", which is a very famous Hadith.
 

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I speak of the traditional knowledge in Islam and the knowledge of the saints of Islam.

Islam is not known from the Qur'an. The Qur'an was revealed event after event, as if God Almighty was commenting those events happening, talking to His beloved, Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). The Hadiths also (the sayings of Muhammad) are not meant to explain Islam. The Qur'an and the Hadiths are sources. Islamic libraries are filled with tons of books from renowned and not so renowned scholars. They explain Islam.

The saints of Islam are regular scholars and authorities in Islamic Law, but they also possess a unique knowledge. That knowledge can not be acquired through books. It is put in the heart of the one who becomes a saint, and it is endless. The saints of Islam number 124 000, coming after Muhammad and his Companions, at each century, until the end of time. They fly in the air, walk on water and go to heavens and come back when they want. When they need something, they say be! and it is.

They are mentioned in the Qur'an (as Friends of Allah which means Friends of God):


"Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve;

Those who believe and (constantly) guard against evil;-

For them are glad tidings, in the life of the present and in the Hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah. This is indeed the supreme felicity."

Jonah (Surah 10) V 62-64


They are mentioned in many Hadiths, among which:

"The Ulama (Possessors of Knowledge, scholars) are the inheritors of the prophets", which is a very famous Hadith.
You must be bloody joking. The Quran and the Hadiths are nothing but sources that you need a library of other books to explain. ! What happened to the Quran being the perfect eternal word of God?
 

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I speak of the traditional knowledge in Islam and the knowledge of the saints of Islam.

Islam is not known from the Qur'an. The Qur'an was revealed event after event, as if God Almighty was commenting those events happening, talking to His beloved, Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). The Hadiths also (the sayings of Muhammad) are not meant to explain Islam. The Qur'an and the Hadiths are sources. Islamic libraries are filled with tons of books from renowned and not so renowned scholars. They explain Islam.

The saints of Islam are regular scholars and authorities in Islamic Law, but they also possess a unique knowledge. That knowledge can not be acquired through books. It is put in the heart of the one who becomes a saint, and it is endless. The saints of Islam number 124 000, coming after Muhammad and his Companions, at each century, until the end of time. They fly in the air, walk on water and go to heavens and come back when they want. When they need something, they say be! and it is.

They are mentioned in the Qur'an (as Friends of Allah which means Friends of God):


"Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve;

Those who believe and (constantly) guard against evil;-

For them are glad tidings, in the life of the present and in the Hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah. This is indeed the supreme felicity."

Jonah (Surah 10) V 62-64


They are mentioned in many Hadiths, among which:

"The Ulama (Possessors of Knowledge, scholars) are the inheritors of the prophets", which is a very famous Hadith.
You must be bloody joking. The Quran and the Hadiths are nothing but sources that you need a library of other books to explain. ! What happened to the Quran being the perfect eternal word of God?
nope----the partyline is that the Koran ----unlike the bible or any other scriptural writing---is absolutely straightforward and needs no interpretation---because it is so
*****PERFECT******* At this point in the conversation you will be
offered a free Koran compliments of that dog "prince talal" ----really it's
presented like an offer you can't refuse-----happened to me twice during professional
meetings.
 

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