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Interest: An Islamic Perspective

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Usury / Interest: An Islamic perspective
– Imran Ayub

1. Definition

The Oxford English Dictionary definition for Interest is as follows: “Money paid for the use of money lent (the principal), or for forbearance of a debt, according to a fixed ratio (rate per cent.).”[1]

2. Allaah will Destroy Usury

“Allah will destroy Ribaa (usury) and will give increase for Sadaqaa (deeds of charity, alms, etc.) And Allah likes not the disbelievers, sinners.”[2]

Al – Haafiz Ibn Katheer commentary[3] is as follows: “Allaah states that He destroys Ribaa, either by removing this money from those who eat it, or by depriving them of the blessing, and thus the benefit of their money. Because of their Ribaa, Allah will torment them in this life and punish them for it on the Day of Resurrection. Allah said,

“Say (O Muhammad SAW): ‘Not equal are Al­-Khabeeth[4] and At­Taiyib[5], even though the abundance of Al-Khabeeth (evil) may please you.’ So fear Allaah much, O men of understanding in order that you may be successful.”[6] “…and put the wicked[7] one on another, heap them together and cast them into Hell. Those! It is they who are the losers.”[8] “And that which you give in gift (to others), in order that it may increase[9] from other people’s property, has no increase with Allâh,…”[10]

Ibn Jareer said that Allaah’s statement: “Allaah will destroy Ribaa…” is similar to the statement reported of Abdullaah bin Masood, Ribaa will end up with less, even if it was substantial.’[11] Imaam Ahmad recorded a similar statement in Al – Musnad.[12]

It was narrated from ibn Masood (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “There is no one who deals in usury a great deal (to increase his wealth) but he will end up with little (i.e., his wealth will be decreased).”[13]

3. Punishment on the Day of Judgement

Allah, the Most High, says in the Qur’aan, “Those who eat Riba (usury) will not stand (on the Day of Resurrection) except like the standing of a person beaten by Shaitaan (Satan) leading him to insanity. That is because they say: ‘Trading is only like Ribaa (usury),’ whereas Allah has permitted trading and forbidden Ribaa (usury). So whosoever receives an admonition from his Lord and stops eating Ribaa (usury) shall not be punished for the past; his case is for Allah (to judge); but whoever returns [to Ribaa (usury)], such are the dwellers of the Fire – they will abide therein.”[14]

Al – Haafiz Ibn Katheers commentary[15] is as follows: “This Ayah means, on the Day of Resurrection, these people will get up from their graves just as the person afflicted by insanity or possessed by a demon would. Ibn `Abbas said, “On the Day of Resurrection, those who consume Riba will be resurrected while insane and suffering from seizures.”[16]

…Thereafter, Allah said, “So whosoever receives an admonition from his Lord and stops eating Ribaa (usury) shall not be punished for the past; his case is for Allaah (to judge)”, meaning, those who have knowledge that Allah made usury unlawful, and refrain from indulging in it as soon as they acquire this knowledge, then Allah will forgive their previous dealings in Riba.”

4. Those who Deal with Usury Declare War with Allah

“O you who believe! Be afraid of Allah and give up what remains (due to you) from Riba (usury) (from now onward), if you are (really) believers. And if you do not do it, then take a notice of war from Allaah and His Messenger but if you repent, you shall have your capital sums. Deal not unjustly (by asking more than your capital sums), and you shall not be dealt with unjustly (by receiving less than your capital sums).”[17]

Al – Haafiz Ibn Katheer’ commentary[18] is as follows: “Ibn Jurayj said that Ibn Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) said that, “then take a notice of war” means, ‘Be sure of a war from Allah and His Messenger.’[19] He also said, ‘On the Day of Resurrection, those who eat Riba will be told, ‘take up arms for war.’’[20]

5. Punishment in the Grave

Narrated Samura ibn Jundab (may Allah be pleased with him): The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “This night I dreamt that two men came and took me to a sacred land whence we proceeded on till we reached a river of blood, and in it (its middle) there was a man, and on its bank was standing another man with stones in his hands. The man in the middle of the river tried to come out, but the other threw a stone in his mouth and forced him to go back to his original place. So, whenever he tried to come out, the other man would throw a stone in his mouth and force him to go back to his former place. I asked, ‘Who is this?’ I was told, ‘The person in the river was a Ribaa – eater.’”[21]

6. Usury is Cursed

It was narrated from Abduallaah ibn Masood (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) cursed the one who consumes usury, the one pays it, those who witness it and the one who writes it down.[22]

It was narrated from Aboo Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, “There are seventy degrees of usury, the least of which is equivalent to a man having intercourse with his mother.”[23]

7. One of the Destructive Sins

Narrated Aboo Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him): The Prophet (peace be upon him) sad, “Avoid seven great destructive sins.” They (the people) asked, “O Allaah’s Messenger! What are they?” He said, “ (1) To join partners in worship with Allah; (2) To practice sorcery; (3) To kill the life which Allaah has forbidden, except for a just cause (according to Islaamic law); (4) To eat up Ribaa (usury); (5) To eat up the property of an orphan; (6) To show one’s back to the enemy and fleeing from the battlefield at the time of fighting; (7) And to accuse chaste women who never even think of anything touching their chastity and are good believers.”[24]

8. Imitating the Jews

“For the wrong­doing of the Jews, We made unlawful to them certain good foods which has been lawful to them, and for their hindering many from Allaah’s Way; And their taking of Ribaa (usury) though they were forbidden from taking it and their devouring of men’s substance wrongfully (bribery, etc.). And We have prepared for the disbelievers among them a painful torment.”[25]

Al – Haafiz Ibn Katheer commentary is as follows: “Allah states that because of the injustice and transgression of the Jews, demonstrated by committing major sins, He prohibited some of the lawful, pure things which were previously allowed for them. This prohibition could be only that of decree, meaning that Allah allowed the Jews to falsely interpret their Book and change[26] and alter the information about what was allowed for them. They thus, out of exaggeration and extremism in the religion, prohibited some things for themselves. It could also mean that in the Tawrah, Allah prohibited things that were allowed for them before….Allaah prohibited them from taking Ribaa, yet they did so using various kinds of tricks, ploys and cons, thus devouring people’s property unjustly.”[27]

9. Mortgages and Interest Based Loans

Ibn Qudaamah (may Allah have mercy on him) said: “Every loan in which it is stipulated that an additional payment be made is haraam, with no scholarly dispute. Ibn al-Mundhir said: They are unanimously agreed that if the lender stipulates that the borrower must pay extra or give a gift, and he gives the loan on this basis, this is riba. It was narrated from Ubayy ibn Ka’b, Ibn ‘Abbaas and Ibn Mas’ood that they forbade loans that lead to any kind of benefit (extra payment, gifts, etc).”[28]

The Standing Committee was asked about the Islamic ruling on taking a loan from a riba-based bank in order to build a modest house. They replied: “It is haraam to take a loan from banks or elsewhere with riba, whether that is to build something or to spend it on food, clothing or medical expenses or to start a business and earn more money, or any other purpose, because of the general meaning of the verses that forbid riba, and the general meaning of the ahaadeeth which indicate that it is haraam. Similarly it is not permissible to deposit money in banks etc that pay interest.”[29]

Mufti Muhammad Taaqi Usmani said, “The correct position is that dealing in interest is haram, both in a Muslim or a non-Muslim country. Some jurists have opined that interest bearing loans can be given to a non-Muslim citizen of a non-muslim country, and the interest charged from him is halal for a muslim. But this view has not been endorsed by the majority of the jurists. So, the correct view is that charging interest is not permitted in any case, no matter whether the debtor is a citizen of a Muslim country or not.”[30]

Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari said, “Usury, interest transactions and mortgages are totally prohibited in Islaam. There are grave warnings promised in the Qur’an and Sunnah for the one who involves himself in interest based transactions.”[31]

Dr. Khalid Khan said, “Mortgage is based on interest, and interest is haraam and is one of the major sins in Islaam, which can never become halaal at all. There is no argument or difference of opinion on this issue. Whoever makes a difference or dispute on this issue has differed from Allaah and His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). The seriousness of dealing in interest is shown by Aayaat of the Qura’an and many Ahadeeth of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).”[32]

And It is Only Allaah Who grants success. May Allaah Exalt the mention of His slave and Messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him), and render him, his household and companion safe from Evil.

[1] http://dictionary.oed.com/

[2] The Noble Qur’aan, Soorah Al-Baqarah 2:276

[3] Tafseer ibn Katheer, Volume 2, p. 75 – 76

[4] All that is evil and bad as regards things, deeds, beliefs, persons, foods, etc

[5] All that is good as regards things, deeds, beliefs, persons, foods, etc.

[6] The Noble Qur’aan, Soorah Al-Ma’idah 5:100

[7] Disbelievers, polytheists and doers of evil deeds

[8] The Noble Qur’aan, Soorah Al-Anfal 8:37

[9] Your wealth by expecting to get a better one in return

[10] The Noble Qur’aan, Soorah Ar-Rum 30:39

[11] At-Tabari 6:15

[12] Ahmad 1:395

[13] Sunan Ibn Maajah, Volume 3, Hadeeth Number 2,279, p. 301; Classed as Saheeh by Haafiz Aboo Taahir Zubayr ‘Alee Za’i

[14] The Noble Qur’aan, Soorah Al-Baqarah 2:275

[15] Tafseer ibn Katheer, Volume 2, p. 70 – 71

[16] At-Tabari 6:9

[17] The Noble Qur’aan, Soorah Al-Baqarah 2:278 – 279

[18] Tafseer ibn Katheer, Volume 2, p. 79 – 79

[19] At – Tabari 6:26

[20] At – Tabari 6:25

[21] Saheeh Bukhaari, Volume 3, Book 34, Hadeeth Number 2,085, p. 174

[22] Sunan Ibn Maajah, Volume 3, Hadeeth Number 2,277, p. 300 – 301; Classed as Hasan by Haafiz Aboo Taahir Zubayr ‘Alee Za’i

[23] Sunan Ibn Maajah, Volume 3, Hadeeth Number 2,274, p. 299; Classed as Hasan by Haafiz Aboo Taahir Zubayr ‘Alee Za’i

[24] Saheeh Bukhaari, Volume 8, Book 86, Hadeeth Number 6,857, p. 447

[25] The Noble Qur’aan, Soorah An-Nisa 4:160 – 161

[26] In the Bible, it states,“Do not charge a fellow Israelite interest, whether on money or food or anything else that may earn interest.” [Deuteronomy 23:19] However, the next verse shows the addation made but the Jews, “You may charge a foreigner interest, but not a fellow Israelite, so that the LORD your God may bless you in everything you put your hand to in the land you are entering to possess.” [Deuteronomy 23:20]

[27] Tafseer ibn Katheer, Volume 3, p. 44 – 46

[28] Al-Mughni, 6/436, http://www.islamqa.com/en/ref/39829

[29] Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (13/385), Ibid.,

[30] ‘Dealing in Interest in America or UK’, http://www.muftitaqiusmani.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=45:dealing-in-interest-in-america-or-uk&catid=10:economics&Itemid=17

[31] ‘Mortgage and Car Insurance’, http://www.daruliftaa.com/question?txt_QuestionID=q-18585073

[32] ‘Is it allowed to take a mortgage?’, http://www.drkhalid.co.uk/questions/013.html

What Islam Says About Riba (Interest or Usury) –

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416 Exalted Names of the Beloved Prophet (SallAllahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam)

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Names of the Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam
explicitly mentioned in the Qur’an al-Kareem

1. Muhammad: Praised One.
2. Ahmad: Most Deserving of Praise.
3. al-Ahsan: The Most Beautiful. The Best.
4. Udhun khayr: Friendly Ear.
5. al-A`la: The Highest (in all creation).
6. al-Imam: The Leader.
7. al-Amin: The Dependable.
8. al-Nabi: The Prophet.
9. al-Ummi: Literate without being taught by a Teacher -or- Base / Foundation of the Universe -or- the First & the Foremost..
10. Anfas al-`arab: The Most Precious of the Arabs.
11. Ayatullah: The Sign of Allah.
12. Alif lam mim ra: A-L-M-R.
13. Alif lam mim sad: A-L-M-S
14. al-Burhan: The Proof.
15. al-Bashir: The Bringer of Good Tidings.
16. al-Baligh: The Very Eloquent One.
17. al-Bayyina: The Exposition.
18. Thani ithnayn: The Second of Two.
19. al-Harîs: The Insistent One.
20. al-Haqq: The Truth Itself.
21. Ha Mim: H-M.
22. Ha Mim `Ayn Sîn Qaf: H-M- ` -S-Q.
23. al-Hanif: The One of Primordial Religion.
24. Khatim al-nabiyyin: The Seal of Prophets.
25. al-Khabir: The Knowledgeable One.
26. al-Da`i: The Summoner.
27. Dhu al-quwwa: The Strong One.
28. Rahmatun li al-`alamin: A Mercy for the Worlds.
29. al-Ra’uf: The Gentle One.
30. al-Rahim: The Compassionate One.
31. al-Rasul: The Messenger.
32. Sabil Allah: The Path to Allah.
33. al-Siraj al-munir: The Light-Giving Lamp.
34. al-Shâhid: The Eyewitness.
35. al-Shahîd: The Giver of Testimony.
36. al-Sâhib: The Companion.
37. al-Sidq: Truthfulness Itself.
38. al-Sirat al-mustaqim: The Straight Way.
39. Tah Sîn: T-S.
40. Tah Sîn Mim: T-S-M.
41. Tah Ha: T-H.
42. al-`Amil: The Worker.
43. al-`Abd: The Slave.
44. `Abd Allah: Allah’s Slave.
45. al-`Urwat al-wuthqa: The Sure Rope.
46. al-`Aziz: The Mighty One. The Dearest One.
47. al-Fajr: The Dawn.
48. Fadl Allah: Allah’s Grace.
49. Qadamu Sidq: Truthful Ground.
50. al-Karim: The Generous One.
51. Kaf Ha’ Ya’ `Ayn Sad: K-H-Y- ` – S
52. al-Lisan: Language Itself.
53. al-Mubashshir: The Harbinger of Goodness.
54. al-Mubîn: The Manifest.
55. al-Muddaththir: The Cloaked One.
56. al-Muzzammil: The Enshrouded One.
57. al-Mudhakkir: The Reminder.
58. al-Mursal: The Envoy.
59. al-Muslim: The One Who Submits.
60. al-Mashhud: The One Witnessed To.
61. al-Musaddiq: The Confirmer.
62. al-Muta`: The One Who Is Obeyed.
63. al-Makîn: The Staunch One.
64. al-Munadi: The Crier.
65. al-Mundhir: The Admonisher.
66. al-Mizan: The Balance.
67. al-Nas: Humanity.
68. al-Najm: The Star.
69. al-Thaqib: The Sharp-Witted One.
70. al-Nadhîr: The Warner.
71. Ni`mat Allah: Allah’s Great Favor.
72. al-Nur: The Light.
73. Nun: N.
74. al-Hadi: Guidance Itself.
75. al-Wali: The Ally.
76. al-Yatim: The Orphan. The Unique One.
77. Ya Sîn: I-S.

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Names of the Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam
mentioned in the Qur’an as verbs

078. âkhidh al-sadaqat: The Collector of Alms.
079. al-âmir: The Commander.
080. al-Nâhi: The Forbidder.
081. al-Tâli: The Successor.
082. al-Hâkim: The Arbitrator.
083. al-Dhakir: The Rememberer.
084. al-Râdi: The Acquiescent.
085. al-Râghib: The Keen.
086. al-Wâdi`: The Deposer.
087. Rafî` al-dhikr: The One of Exalted Fame.
088. Rafî` al-darajât: The One of The Exalted Ranks.
089. al-Sâjid: The Prostrate.
090. al-Sâbir: The Long-Suffering.
091. al-Sâdi`: The Conqueror of Obstacles.
092. al-Safuh: The Oft-Forgiving.
093. al-`âbid: The Worshipful.
094. al-`âlim: The Knower.
095. al-`Alîm: The Deeply Aware.
096. al-`Afuw: The Grantor of Pardon.
097. al-Ghâlib: The Victor.
098. al-Ghani: The Free From Want.
099. al-Muballigh: The Bearer of News.
100. al-Muttaba`: He Who Is Followed.
101. al-Mutabattil: The Utter Devotee.
102. al-Mutarabbis: The Expectant One.
103. al-Muhallil: The Dispenser of Permissions.
104. al-Muharrim: The Mandator of Prohibitions.
105. al-Murattil: The Articulate.
106. al-Muzakki: The Purifier.
107. al-Musabbih: The Lauder.
108. al-Musta`îdh: The Seeker of Refuge.
109. al-Mustaghfir: The Seeker of Forgiveness.
110. al-Mu’min: The Believer. The Grantor of Safety.
111. al-Mushâwir: The Consultant.
112. al-Musalli: The Prayerful.
113. al-Mu`azzaz: The Strengthened One.
114. al-Muwaqqar: Held in Awe.
115. al-Ma`sum: Immune.
116. al-Mansur: The One With Divine Help.
117. al-Mawla: The Master of Favors and Help.
118. al-Mu’ayyad: The Recipient of Support.
119. al-Nâsib: The One Who Makes Great Effort.
120. al-Hâdi: The Guide.
121. al-Wâ`izh: The Exhorter.

[Note: The character <â> denotes a long A or alif.]

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Names of the Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam
in the Hadith and the Ancient Books

122. Ajîr: The Saved One.
123. Uhyad: The Dissuader.
124. Ahhad: The Peerless One.
125. Akhumakh: Of Sound Submission.
126. al-Atqa: The Most Godwary.
127. al-Abarr: The Most Righteous One. The Most Pious One.
128. al-Abyad: The Fairest One.
129. al-Agharr: The Most Radiant One.
130. al-Anfar: The One With the Largest Assembly.
131. al-Asdaq: The Most Truthful.
132. al-Ajwad: The Most Bounteous.
133. Ashja` al-Nas: The Most Courageous of Humanity.
134. al-âkhidh bi al-hujuzât: The Grasper of Waist-Knots.
135. Arjah al-nas `aqlan: The Foremost in Humankind in Intellect.
136. al-A`lamu billah: The Foremost in Knowledge of Allah.
137. al-Akhsha lillah: The Foremost in Fear of Allah.
138. Afsah al-`arab: The Most Articulate of the Arabs.
139. Aktharu al-anbiya’i tabi`an: The Prophet With The Largest Following.
140. al-Akram: The One Held in Highest Honor.
141. al-Iklil: The Diadem.
142. Imam al-nabiyyin: The Leader of Prophets.
143. Imam al-muttaqin: The Leader of the Godwary.
144. Imam al-nas: The Leader of Humankind.
145. Imam al-khayr: The Good Leader.
146. al-Amân: The Safeguard.
147. Amanatu as-habih: (The Keeper of) His Companions’s Trust.
148. al-Awwal: The First.
149. al-âkhir: The Last.
140: Ukhrâya: The Last (of the Prophets). His name in the Torah.
141: al-Awwâh: The One Who Cries Ah.
142: al-Abtahi: The One from Bitah between Mecca and Mina.
143. al-Bâriqlît, al-Barqalîtos: The Paraclete. The Spirit of Holiness. The Innocent One.
144. al-Bâtin: The Hidden One (in his station).
145. Bim’udhma’udh: One of his names in the Torah.
146. al-Bayan: The Exposition.
147. al-Taqi: The One Who Guards Himself.
148. al-Tihami: The One from Tihama (the lowland of the Hijaz).
149. al-Thimal: The Protector.
150. al-Jabbar: The Fierce One.
151. al-Khatim: The Sealer.
152. al-Hâshir: The Gatherer.
153. Hât Hât: His name in the Psalms.
154. al-Hâfizh: The Preserver.
155. Hâmid: Praiseful.
156. Hâmil liwa’ al-hamd: Bearer of the Flag of Praise.
157: Habib Allah: Allah’s Beloved.
158. Habib al-Rahman: The Beloved of the Merciful.
159. Habîtan: His name in the Injil.
160. al-Hujja: The Proof.
162. Hirzan li al-`ayn: A Barrier Against The Evil Eye.
163. al-Hasîb: The Sufficient One. The Highborn One.
164. al-Hafîzh: The Keeper and Guardian.
165. al-Hakîm: The Wise One.
166. al-Halîm: The Meek One.
167. Hammitâya: Guardian of Sanctity.
168. al-Humayd: The Praised One.
169. al-Hamîd: The Praised One.
170. al-Hayy: The Living One.
171. Khâzin mal Allah: Allah’s Treasurer.
172. al-Khâshi`: The Fearful One.
173. al-Khâdi`: The Submissive One.
174. Khatîb al-nabiyyin: The Orator Among the Prophets.
175. Khalil Allah: Allah’s Close Friend.
176. Khalifat Allah: Allah’s Deputy.
177. Khayr al-`alamin: The Greatest Goodness in the Worlds.
178. Khayru khalq Allah: The Greatest Good in Allah’s Creation.
179. Khayru hadhihi al-umma: The Best of This Community.
180. Dar al-hikma: The House of Wisdom.
181. al-Dâmigh: The Refuter (of Falsehoods).
182. al-Dhikr: The Remembrance.
183. al-Dhakkar: The One Who Remembers Much.
184. al-Râfi`: The Exalter.
185. Râkib al-buraq: The Rider of the Buraq.
186. Râkib al-jamal: The Rider of the Camel.
187. Rahmatun muhdat: Mercy Bestowed.
188. Rasul al-rahma: The Emissary of Mercy.
189. Rasul al-raha: The Emissary of Relief.
190. Rasul / Nabi al-malahim: The Emissary / Prophet of Battles.
191. Rukn al-mutawadi`in: The Pillar of the Humble Ones.
192. al-Rahhab: The Most Fearful.
193. Ruh al-haqq: The Spirit of Truth.
194. Ruh al-qudus: The Spirit of Holiness.
195. al-Zahid: The One Who Does-Without.
196. al-Zaki: The Pure One.
197. al-Zamzami: The Heir of Zamzam.
198. Zaynu man wâfa al-qiyama: The Ornament of All Present on the Day of Judgment.
199. Sabiq: Foremost.
200. Sarkhatilos: Paraclete (in Syriac).
201. Sa`id: Felicitous.
202. al-Salam: Peace.
203. Sayyid al-nas: The Master of Humanity.
204. Sayyid walad Adam: The Master of the Children of Adam.
205. Sayf Allah: Allah’s Sword.
206. al-Shâri`: The Law-Giver.
207. al-Shâfi`: The Intercessor.
208. al-Shafî`: The Constant Intercessor.
209. al-Mushaffa`: The One Granted Intercession.
210. al-Shâkir: The Thankful One.
211. al-Shakkâr: The One Who Thanks Much.
212. al-Shakur: The Ever-Thankful.
213. Sâhib al-taj: The Wearer of the Crown.
214. Sâhib al-hujja: The Bringer of The Proof.
215. Sâhib al-hawd: The Owner of the Pond.
216. Sâhib al-kawthar: The Owner of the River of Kawthar.
217. Sâhib al-hatîm: The Lord of the Court Before the Ka`ba.
218. Sâhib al-khâtim: The Owner of the Seal.
219. Sâhibu Zamzam: The Owner of Zamzam.
220. Sâhib al-sultan: The Possessor of Authority.
221: Sâhib al-sayf: The Bearer of the Sword.
222. Sâhib al-shafa`at al-kubra: The Great Intercessor.
223. Sâhib al-qadib: The Bearer of the Rod.
224. Sâhib al-liwa’: The Carrier of the Flag.
225. Sâhib al-mahshar: The Lord of the Gathering.
226. Sâhib al-mudarra`a: The Wearer of Armor.
227. Sâhib al-mash`ar: The Owner of the Landmark.
228. Sâhib al-mi`raj: The One Who Ascended.
229. Sâhib al-maqam al-mahmud: The One of Glorified Station.
230. Sâhib al-minbar: The Owner of the Pulpit.
231. Sâhib al-na`layn: The Wearer of Sandals.
232. Sâhib al-hirâwa: The Bearer of the Cane.
233. Sâhib al-wasila: The Possessor of the Means.
234. Sâhib la ilaha illallah: The Teacher of “There is no god but Allah.”
235. al-Sadiq: The Truthful.
236. al-Masduq: The Confirmed.
237. al-Sâlih: The righteous one.
238. al-Dâbit: The One Given Mastery.
239. al-Dahuk: The Cheerful One.
240. al-Tahir: The (Ritually) Pure One.
241. Tâb Tâb: Of Blessed Memory. His Name in the Torah.
242. al-Tayyib: The Salutary One. The Fragrant One.
243. al-Zhahir: The Prevailer.
244. al-`âqib: The Last in Succession.
245. al-`Adl: The Just.
246. al-`Arabi: The Arabian. The Speaker of Arabic.
247. `Ismatullah: Allah’s Protection.
248. al-`Azhim: The Tremendous One.
249. al-`Afif: The Chaste One.
250. al-`Ali: The High One.
251. al-Ghafur: The Frequent and Abundant Forgiver.
252. al-Ghayth: Rain. Help (esp. in the elements).
253. al-Fâtih: The Conqueror.
254. al-Fâriq: The Separator Between Good and Bad.
255. Fârqilîta: The Paraclete.
256. Fartt: The Scout.
257. al-Fasîh: The Highly Articulate One.
258. Falâh: Felicity.
259. Fi’at al-muslimin: The Main Body of the Muslims.
260. al-Qa’im: The One Who Stands and Warns. The Establisher.
261. Qâsim: The Distributer.
262. Qa’id al-khayr: The Leader Who Guides to Goodness.
263. Qa’id al-ghurr al-muhajjalîn: Leader of the Bright-Limbed Ones.
264. al-Qattal: The Dauntless Fighter.
265. Qutham: Of Perfect Character. Gifted With Every Merit.
266. Qudmâya: The First (of the Prophets). His name in the Torah.
267. al-Qurashi: The One From Quraysh.
268. al-Qarîb: The Near One.
269. al-Qayyim: The Righteous Straightener (of the Community).
270. al-Kâff: The One Who Puts a Stop (to Disobedience).
271. al-Mâjid: The Glorifier.
272. al-Mâhi: The Eraser (of Disbelief).
273. al-Ma’mun: The One Devoid of Harm.
274. al-Mubarak: The Blessed One.
275. al-Muttaqi: The Godwary One.
276. al-Mutamakkin: Made Firm and Established.
277. al-Mutawakkil: Completely Dependent Upon Allah.
278. al-Mujtaba: The Elect One.
279. al-Mukhbit: The Humble Before Allah.
280. al-Mukhbir: The Bringer of News.
281. al-Mukhtar: The Chosen One.
282. al-Mukhlis: The Perfectly Sincere One.
283. al-Murtaja: The Much Anticipated One.
284. al-Murshid: The Guide.
285. Marhama: General Amnesty.
286. Malhama: Great Battle.
287. Marghama: Greater Force.
288. al-Musaddad: Made Righteous.
289. al-Mas`ud: The Fortunate.
290. al-Masîh: The Anointed.
291. al-Mashfu`: Granted Intercession.
292. Mushaqqah / Mushaffah: Praised One.
293. al-Mustafa: The One Chosen and Purified.
294. al-Muslih: The Reformer.
295. al-Mutahhir / al-Mutahhar: The Purifier / The Purified One.
296. al-Muti`: The Obedient One.
297. al-Mu`ti: The Giver.
298. al-Mu`aqqib: The One Who Comes Last in Succession.
299. al-Mu`allim: The Teacher.
300. al-Mifdal: The Most Generous.
301. al-Mufaddal: Favored Above All Others.
302. al-Muqaddas: The One Held Sacred.
303. Muqim al-Sunna: The Founder of The Way.
304. al-Mukrim: The One Who Honored Others.
305. al-Makki: The Meccan One.
306. al-Madani: The Madinan One.
307. al-Muntakhab: The Chosen One.
308. al-Munhaminna: The Praised One (in Syriac).
309. al-Munsif: The Equitable One.
310. al-Munib: The Oft-Repentant One.
311. al-Muhajir: The Emigrant.
312. al-Mahdi: The Well-Guided One.
313. al-Muhaymin: The Watcher.
314. al-Mu’tamin: The One Given the Trust.
315. Mûsal: Mercied. (In the Torah.)
316. Mâdh Mâdh / Mûdh Mûdh / Mîdh Mîdh: Of Blessed Memory.
317. al-Nâsikh: The Abrogator.
318. al-Nâshir: The Proclaimer.
319. al-Nâsih: The Most Sincere Adviser.
320. al-Nâsir: The Helper.
321. Nabi al-marhama: The Prophet of General Amnesty.
322. al-Nasîb: The One of High Lineage.
323. al-Naqiy: The Limpid One.
324. al-Naqîb: Trustee. Guarantor.
325. al-Hâshimi: The One of Hâshim’s Line.
326. al-Wâsit: Central in Relation To All The Noble Families.
327. al-Wâ`id: The Harbinger of Terrible News.
328. al-Wasîla: The Means.
329. al-Wafi: Holder of His Promise.
330. Abu al-Qasim: Father of Qasim.
331. Abu Ibrahim: Father of Ibrahim.
332. Abu al-Mu’minin: Father of the Believers.
333. Abu al-Arâmil: Father of Widows.

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Additional Names of Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam
From Al-Jazuli’s (d. 870) Dalail al-Khayrat

334. Wahîd: Unique One.
335. Sayyid: Master.
336. Jâmi`: Unifier.
337. Muqtafi: Imitated One.
338. Kâmil: Perfect One.
339. Safi Allah: Allah’s Chosen and Purified One.
340. Naji Allah: Allah’s Intimate Friend.
341. Kalîm Allah: Conversant With Allah.
342. Muhyin: Giver of Life.
343. Munajji: Savior.
344. Ma`lum: Of Known Position.
345. Shahîr: Famous.
346. Mashhud: Visible.
347. Misbâh: Lamp.
348. Mad`uw: Called upon.
349. Mujib: Responsive to Requests.
350. Mujab: Whose Request is Granted.
351. Hafiy: Affectionate and Kind.
352. Mukarram: Highly Honored.
353. Matîn: Steadfast.
354. Mu’ammil: Rouser of Hope.
355. Wasûl: Conveyer?
356. Dhu hurma: Sacrosanct.
357. Dhu makâna: Of Eminent Station.
358. Dhu `izz: Endowed With Might.
359. Dhu Fadl: Pre-Eminent.
360. Ghawth: Helper.
361. Ghayyath: Prompt and Frequent Helper.
362. Hadiyyatullah: Allah’s Gift.
363. Sirât Allah: The Way to Allah.
364. Dhikrullah: The Remembrance of Allah.
365. Hizbullah: The Party of Allah.
366. Muntaqa: Carefully Selected.
367. Abu al-Tahir: Father of Tahir.
368. Barr: Pious. Dutiful.
369. Mubirr: Who Overcomes.
370. Wajîh: Distinguished In Allah’s Sight.
371. Nasîh: One Who Excels At Sincere Advice.
372. Wakîl: Trustee. Dependable.
373. Kafîl: Guarantor. Guardian.
374. Shafîq: Solicitous. Tender.
375. Ruh al-qist: The Spirit of Justice.
376. Muktafi: Does With Little.
377. Bâligh: One Who Has Reached His Goal.
378. Shâfi: Healer.
379. Wâsil: One Who has Reached His Goal.
380. Mawsûl: Connected.
381. Sâ’iq: (Mindful) Conductor.
382. Muhdi: Guide.
383. Muqaddam: Pre-eminent One.
384. Fâdil: Most Excellent One.
385. Miftâh: Key.
386. Miftâh al-rahma: The Key to Mercy.
387. Miftâh al-janna: The Key to Paradise.
388. `Alam al-iman: The Standard of Belief.
389. `Alam al-yaqîn: The Standard of Certainty.
390. Dalîl al-khayrât: The Guide to Good Things.
391. Musahhih al-hasanât: The Ratifier of Good Deeds.
392. Muqîl al-`atharât: The Dismisser of Private Faults.
393. Safûh `an al-zallât: The One Who Disregards Lapses.
394. Sâhib al-qadam: Possessor of The Foothold.
395. Makhsûs bi al-`izz: Alone to Be Granted Might.
396. Makhsûs bi al-majd: Alone to Be Granted Glory.
397. Makhsûs bi al-sharaf: Alone to Be Granted Honor.
398. Sâhib al-fadîla: Possessor of Greatest Pre-Eminence.
399. Sâhib al-izâr: The Wearer of the Loin-wrap.
400. Sâhib al-rida’: The Wearer of the Cloak.
401. Sâhib al-daraja al-rafî`a: Possessor of the Highest Degree.
402. Sâhib al-mighfar: Possessor of the Helmet.
403. Sâhib al-bayân: The Spokesman.
404. Mutahhar al-janân: Purified of Heart.
405. Sahîh al-islam: Completer of Islam.
406. Sayyid al-kawnayn: Master of Humanity and Jinn.
407. `Ayn al-na`îm: Spring of Bliss. Bliss Itself.
408. `Ayn al-ghurr: Spring of the Radiant Ones. Radiance Itself.
409. Sa`dullah: Felicity Bestowed by Allah.
410. Sa`d al-khalq: Felicited Bestowed Upon Creation.
411. Khatîb al-umam: The Orator to the Nations.
412. `Alam al-huda: Flag of Guidance.
413. Kâshif al-kurab: Remover of Adversities.
414. Râfi` al-rutab: The Raiser of Ranks.
415. `Izz al-`arab: Might and Glory of the Arabs.
416. Sâhib al-faraj: Bringer of Deliverance.

[SallAllahu Ta’ala Alaihi wa Aalihi wa SaHbihi wa Baaraka wa Sallam]

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Al-Jazuli’s Invocation at the End of His list of
the Prophet’s (SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam) Names

O Allah, O our Lord! for the honor of Your elect Prophet and Pleasing Messenger before You, purify our hearts from all the traits that keep us away from Your presence and Your love, and have us pass away following his Way and adhering to his Congregation, longing to meet You, O Possessor of Majesty and Generosity! And the blessings and abundant greetings and peace of Allah be upon our master and liege-lord Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam, and upon his Family and Companions… Aameen!

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DARGAH WORSHIP = SHIRK …. HELL

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“May the Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon You”

Praise be to Allaah, we seek His help and His forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of our own souls and from our bad deeds. Whomsoever Allaah guides will never be led astray, and whomsoever Allaah leaves astray, no one can guide. I bear witness that there is no god but Allaah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.

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DARGAH WORSHIP = SHIRK …. HELL

Dargah is a persian word which signifies Shrine.

Allah says in the Quran: ” Most of them believe not in Allah except that they attribute partners unto Him” The Holy Quran, Chapter 12, Verse 106″

Allah SWT orders,Then do not set up rivals unto Allah (in worship) while you know (that He Alone has the right to be worshipped) [Al-Baqarah 2:222]

Shirk is the gravest transgression and sin that a human being can commit. “Indeed, Allah does not forgive association with Him, but He forgives what is less than that for whom He wills.” [An-Nisa 4:48].

“And he who associates others with Allah has certainly gone far astray’’[An-Nisa 4:116].

Many believe that worshiping the Dead Saints located in Dargahs is part of Islam as this has been done by Millions of Muslims.

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Above photo shows a Muslim man bowing to a Dead Saint, this behavior is called association of partners to Allah. Meaning to invoke someone or somethings name together with Allah or in its place.

I will provide logical proof that this has no place in Islam and can only be considered as SHIRK (Association of Partners with Allah)

I will highlight some of the main concepts of Islam, take close notice to the RED HIGHLIGHTED AREAS. (Majority of Translations from Dar-Us-Salam.com)

The FIRST PILLAR of Islam – The First Kalima (Kalima of Islam)
The First Kalima
There is none worthy of worship but ALLAH and Muhammad is his Messenger.

The Second Kalima (Testification)
The Second Kalima
There is none worthy of worship but Allah and I testify that Muhammad is Allah’s worshipper and Messenger.

The Third Kalima (Glorification of Allah)
The Third Kalima
“Glory be to Allah and All praise be to Allah and There is none worthy of worship but Allah and Allah is the greatest and there is no power and might except from Allah. The Most High, The Great.”

Allah says in the Quran in under Surah Al Fatihah – verse 5
Fatiha
You (Alone) we worship, and You (Alone) we ask for help (for each and everything).

This message is repeated all over the Quran, over and over again, numerous times to remind us that we should only worship Allah and should never associate any Partners with him. By doing this openly or hiding from others we commit ourselves to the worst unforgivable act, as Allah has said clearly in the Quran.
Ajmer Sharif
The Above Picture shows Ajmer Sharif – A famous Shrine in India, Although Azan is heard it is mostly ignored as their rituals will always continue.
Dargah Gifts
The above picture shows the gifts which can be easily bought (Sold by Muslims) to cover the dead Saints Tomb as an act of worship.
Dargah Worship
The above picture is from Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah in India where people worship the Dead and make donations to those who manage it.

Christians
Worship
Jesus
= Hindus
Worship
Idols
= Some Muslims
Worship
Dead Saints

There is simply no difference between either of the above groups

If we start worshipping others besides Allah or associate partners to Allah the Almighty then we would become the same as Hindus or Christians as they commit this sin on a daily basis.

Al-Bukhari and Muslim report that Aishah said: “When the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) was close to death, he covered his face with a cloth, and then when it became difficult for him to breathe, he uncovered his face and said:
“May Allah curse the Jews and Christians who took the graves of their Prophets as places of worship – do not imitate them.”

And, (added Aishah,) “If it had not been for this, his grave might have been raised above ground, but it was feared that it would be taken as a place of worship.”


Book At-Tawheed, Chapter: 18
It is authentically reported on the authority of Aishah that Um Salamah (May Allah be pleased with them both) told the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) about a church she had seen in Abyssinia in which there were pictures. The Prophet (pbuh) said: “Those people, when a righteous member of their group or a pious slave (of Allah swt ) dies, they build a mosque over his grave and make images therein; by so doing, they combine two evils: (i) The evil of the graves and (ii) the evil of images.”

The rules of the grave are four:

1. For men to visit them without undertaking a journey to do so, is a favorable act because it reminds them of the Hereafter.

2. Building over graves and burning lights over them is totally forbidden because it leads inevitably toShirk.

3. Taking the occupants of graves as intercessors, or supplicating them directly is an act of major Shirkbecause supplication is a form of worship and directing it to other than Allah is an act of Shirk.

Usual replies from Muslims who strongly believe in Dargah’s and will refuse to read and understand the Quran:

COMMON RESPONSE 1: Where does it say in the Quran that we are not allowed to?

It is indeed ironic to hear from those who do not understand a word of the Quran to be asking where in the Quran does it say. It certainly demonstrates that they have never even tried to understand the Quran. Here I illustrate some of the statements Allah has made forbidding these forms of worship, however he has left for us to understand it and to act upon it.

COMMON RESPONSE 2: Your a Wahabi.

In Islam there is no such thing as sects, Wahabis, Sunnis, Shias, Etc… do not exist in Allah’s viewEVERYONE IS EITHER A MUSLIM or a NON-MUSLIM. It is the people who have created SECTS. Nevertheless Wahabis would be correct in only worshipping Allah and not to associate anyone to the Almighty. But that does not mean we have to become Wahabi/Hanafi/etc… we have to become a better Muslim and follow the Quraan and Sunnah.

COMMON RESPONSE 3: Are you saying that my parents and everyone that I know are wrong and you are right ?

It is not a question or being right or wrong. However it is a question of who bothered to read and understand the Quran, unfortunately majority will read the Quran but will not understand it.

COMMON RESPONSE 4: All Muslims will go to Jannat, this is a promise from Allah / Prophet (pbuh)

This is certainly correct, but those who associate partners with Allah break the first Pillar which is to worship none other then Allah and therefore cannot be considered that they are Muslims, therefore this would not apply to them as this would only apply to TRUE MUSLIMS.

COMMON RESPONSE 5: No matter how many sins we commit, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) has promised to take every Muslim out from Hell.

This is also correct, however again the same applies here. This would apply only True Muslims who worshiped Allah and no one else that have committed sins. The Messenger has cursed those who associate partners or who worship graves, he would not return for those who he has cursed.

COMMON RESPONSE 6: They completely ignore you.
No point ignoring this subject as it is the first thing you will be judged upon in the grave when your time is up.

Allah and his prophet (pbuh) made it crystal clear for those who want to read and understand that:

1. Worshiping anyone other then Allah is a Major Sin – Shirk (Association of partners with Allah)

2. That placing images in places of worship is among the deeds of the Christians.

3. The forbiddance of building mosques over graves. The above Hadith proves that building a place of worship over the grave of a righteous man is strongly condemned – and therefore what may be said of one who actually worships its occupant?

4. The prohibition of placing images over graves.

5. Dedicating yourself to worshiping anyone but Allah is a form of Shirk. (Prohibited by Allah and his Messenger)

6. Any other form of worship to anyone other then Allah even by using his name together with someone elses is an act of Shirk.

Those who involve in such acts are ignorant who do not want to open their eyes and will respond in the same manner as those who used to respond to the Messenger when worshiping Idols.

Those who worship anyone but Allah or associate partners with Allah, Allah says the following in the Quran:

“And invoke not besides Allah any that will neither profit you nor hurt you, but if (in case) you did so, you shall certainly be one of the polytheists and wrong doers. And if Allah touches you with hurt, there is none who can remove it but He; and if He intends any good for you, there is none who can repel His favors which He causes it to reach whomsoever of His slaves He wills. And He is the Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful” The Holy Qur’an, Chapter 10, Verses 106-107

“Verily Allah forgives not setting up partners in worship with Him. But He forgives whom He pleases, sins other than that (shirk)” The Holy Qur’an, Chapter 4, Verse 116

“Verily whosoever sets up partners in worship with Allah, then Allah Has forbidden paradise for him and the fire will be his abode” The Holy Qur’an, Chapter 5, Verse 72
Hell Fire
ALLAH’S PUNISHMENT FOR WORSHIPPING ANYONE OR ASSOCIATING ANY PARTNERS TO HIM IS HELL / JAHANNUM – WITH NO RETURN AND NO FORGIVENESS

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Our Lord! grant us good in this world

and good in the hereafter,
and save us from the chastisement of the fire


“Aao Lout chalain apne “RAB” ki taraf….!!”
“SAJDAY MAI GIR KE MANAA LO APNE “RABB” KO…”

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بیٹیاں پھولوں کی طرح ہوتی ہیں

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بیٹیاں پھولوں کی طرح ہوتی ہیں

Daughters are like flowers
… تپتی زمیں پر آنسوؤں کے پیار کی صورت ہوتی ہ…یں

On the burning soil, they are like tears of love
…چاہتوں کی صورت ہوتی ہیں

Forms of fondness

بیٹیاں خوبصورت ہوتی ہیں

Daughters are beautiful

دل کے زخم مٹانے کو

To erase wounds from hearts

…آنگن میں اتری بوندوں کی طرح ہوتی ہ

they are like rain drops splashing in your backyard

بیٹیاں پھولوں کی طرح ہوتی ہیں

Daughters speak like flowers

نامہرباں دھوپ میں سایہ دیتی

Shadows in the burning sun

نرم ہتھیلیوں کی طرح ہوتی ہیں

Speak like soft palms of your hands

بیٹیاں تتلیوں کی طرح ہوتی ہیں

Daughters speak like butterflies

چڑیوں کی طرح ہوتی ہیں

Talk like birds

تنہا اداس سفر میں رنگ بھرتی

In lonely journey, fill colors

رداؤں جیسی ہوتی ہیں

Speak like Radahas ..(jogan

بیٹیاں چھاؤں جیسی ہوتی ہیں

They are like shadows

کبھی بلا سکیں، کبھی چھپا سکیں

Sometimes seek, sometimes hide

بیٹیاں اَن کہی صداؤں جیسی ہوتی ہیں

Daughters are like unique echoes

کبھی جھکا سکیں، کبھی مٹا سکیں

Sometimes bend down, sometimes….

بیٹیاں اناؤں جیسی ہوتی ہیں

Daughters are like your ego

کبھی ہنسا سکیں، کبھی رلا سکیں

Sometimes make you laugh, sometimes make u cry

کبھی سنوار سکیں، کبھی اجاڑ سکیں

They can sometimes sort you out, sometimes destroy you

بیٹیاں تو تعبیر مانگتی دعاؤں جیسی ہوتی ہیں

Daughters are like begging predictions to your prayers

حد سے مہرباں، بیان سے اچھی

More than grateful better than expressed

بیٹیاں وفاؤں جیسی ہوتی ہیں

Daughters are like assurance

پھول جب شاخ سے کٹتا ہے بکھر جاتا ہے

When flower breaks from its branch, and falls apart

پتّیاں سوکھتی ہیں ٹوٹ کے اُڑ جاتی ہیں

Leaves whither and fly away

بیٹیاں پھول ہیں

Daughters are flowers

ماں باپ کی شاخوں پہ جنم لیتی ہیں

They take life on the branches of parental trees

ماں کی آنکھوں کی چمک بنتی ہیں

They shine like light in mother’s eyes

باپ کے دل کا سکوں ہوتی ہیں

They give peace to father’s heart

گھر کو جنت بنا دیتی ہیں

Make the household a heaven

ہر قدم پیار بچھا دیتی ہیں

Spread love on every step

جب بچھڑنے کی گھڑی آتی ہے

When the time comes for separation

غم کے رنگوں میں خوشی آتی ہے

Sadness is captured by the colors of happiness

ایک گھر میں تو اُترتی ہے اداسی لیکن

One house gets sad

دوسرے گھر کے سنورنے کا یقیں ہوتا ہے

The other gets chance to improve

بیٹیاں پھول ہیں

Daughters are flowers

ایک شاخ سے کٹتی ہیں مگر

They break from one branch, but

سوکھتی ہیں نہ کبھی ٹوٹتی ہیں

They never whether or break

ایک نئی شاخ پہ کچھ اور نئے پھول کھِلا دیتی ہ

Spread more flowers on the new branch

محمد شعیب تنولی

Translation by: Naseem Sheikh
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Our Lord! grant us good in this world

and good in the hereafter,
and save us from the chastisement of the fire

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“Aao Lout chalain apne “RAB” ki taraf….!!”
“SAJDAY MAI GIR KE MANAA LO APNE”RABB” KO…”

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