Quran: And hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together & do not become divided.(3/103) O you who have believed, fear Allah. & let every soul look to what it has put forth for tomorrow - & fear Allah. Indeed, Allah is Acquainted with what you do.(59/18) He decreed for you the same religion decreed for Noah, & what we inspired to you, & what we decreed for Abraham, Moses, & Jesus: "You shall uphold this one religion, & do not divide it."(42:13). The idol worshipers will greatly resent what you invite them to do. GOD redeems to Himself whomever He wills; He guides to Himself only those who totally submit.(42:14) Hadith: Make (Execute) For Allah, As Allah is watching you. Ummah Unity

Will the Holy Prophet (Pbuh) Really Perform Intercession? | Visting Dargah

Will the Holy Prophet (Pbuh) Really Perform Intercession?

Country: Hyderabad, India,

Name: Ali

FQ 27: Will the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon Him) perform Shafa?at in Qiyamah?

Answer: The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon Him) will definitely perform Shafa’at (intercession) in Qiyamah as given in this Hadith of Sahih Bukhari:

Every Prophet has a Dua, which they use.  I want to save my Dua, which is my Shafa’at for my Ummah in the hereafter. (Sahih Bukhari, Hadith No. 6304)

And Allah knows best.


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Name: submitter name

FQ 28: Is visiting Dargah permissible or not?  If it is then why are there so many sects and is it permissible to raise hands and perform Sajdah?

Answer: Visiting graves is established by the Sahih (rigorously-authenticated) Hadith.  The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon Him) said:

Translation of Hadith:  I had (earlier) stopped you from visiting graves, now visit them.

(Sahih Muslim, Hadith No: 1623)

When this is established by the Hadith, then it is compulsory for every sect to follow it. 

The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon Him) had already informed us of the different sects, so their existence is not astonishing.

Please clarify what you mean by “raising hands and performing Sajdah.”  Performing Sajdah to anybody except Allah Ta’ala, if with the intention of worship is Shirk (associating partners with Allah Ta’ala) and if with the intention of respect is Haraam (forbidden).  However, it is permissible to kiss sacred things, so kissing the graves is also permissible, but Sajdah to the graves is Haraam.

And Allah The Most Beneficent and The Most Merciful knows best.

Mufti Hafidh Syed Ziauddin Naqshbandi Qadri,

[Professor, Islamic Law, Jamia Nizamia, Founder-Director Abul Hasanaat Islamic Research Center]

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