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The Honourable Birth of our Beloved NABI (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)

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INTRODUCTION

 

About 600 years had passed since the time of Nabi Isa (‘alayhis Salaam)! It is quite understandable to what degradation and rot the world had sunk into when there was no reformer, guide for such a long period! When Hadhrat Salmaan Faarsi (radhiAllahu ‘anhu) had sought guidance, he was advised by the last remaining priest to go to Yathrib (the old name of Madinatul Munawwarah) and wait there for the appearance of the final Nabi, as there was nobody on the surface of the earth now to guide people.

 

It was a time, in the Arabian Peninsula when 360 idols were being worshipped in the Ka’ba Sharif alone, people used to make tawaaf of the Ka’ba nakedly, a son would inherit his mother; he would sell her as a slave, or keep her as a slave or even marry her; doing as he pleased. They would eat anything that they found such as rats, mice, snakes, absolutely anything! Crime was rife, nobody was safe, there were no social, moral or spiritual values whatsoever!

 

 

Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala showed mercy on the world and the Arab peninsula particularly and sent His last and final Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) to the Arabs in Makkah Sharif particularly, and to all the people of the world generally!

 

 

The stage of the world is set, all preparations are complete. In the existence of the world it is a very special day. Today is a day when the purpose of the creation of the world is being explained, the reason for the changing of day and night is made known, the pride of Hadhrat Adam (‘alayhis Salaam) and his progeny is manifested, the secret behind the protection of the ark of Hadhrat Nuh (‘alayhis Salaam) is given out, the dua of Hadhrat Ibrahim (‘alayhis Salaam) is answered and the future information of Hadhrat Musa and Hadhrat Isa  (‘alayhimus Salaam) is told, i.e. Our Honourable Master, Hadhrat Muhammad  (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) comes and beautifies the world.

 

 

In other words, the sun of Nabuwat is born in a city which is the headquarters of the idols. In Persia, an earthquake strikes the palace as a result of which 14 turrets had fallen and the fire of the temple of Persia which was never extinguished for a period of 1,000 years died off on its own. Buhaira, a river of Persia suddenly dries up.

 

 

In the morning the Persian king was restless. The royal honour that he had been enjoying was suddenly being obstructed, so finally he gathered all the ministers. During their assembly, they had received news that the fire of the temple has been extinguished, which resulted in Kisra (Persian king) becoming more frustrated than before. Mubzaan stood up and announced that he had seen a dream wherein a powerful camel is pulling Arabian horses along, and they have crossed the Tigris river and spread throughout the world. Kisra asked Mubzaan, “What is the interpretation of this dream?” He replied, “Perhaps we will be afflicted with a great calamity from the Arabs.” Kisra with the intention of attaining some ease in this matter sent a letter to Nu’man ibn Munzir requesting him to send a great Alim that will be able to answer his questions.

 

 

He sent a very experienced Alim by the name of Abdul Maseeh Ghassani. When he reached the palace, the king said, “Do you have any knowledge in regards to that which I wish to enquire about?” Abdul Maseeh replied, “You may pose your question, if I have the relevant knowledge I will reply, else I will direct you to a knowledgeable person.” The king had explained the various incidents that had occurred. Abdul Maseeh said, “The interpretation of these occurrences can be explained by my uncle Sateeh that lives in Shaam.” Kisra instructed Abdul Maseeh to inform Sateeh regarding these occurrences and get a response. When Abdul Maseeh reached Sateeh he was experiencing pangs of death, but was still conscious. Abdul Maseeh greeted him and recited some poetry. When Sateeh heard the poetry been recited, he turned towards him saying, “Abdul Maseeh mounted a swift horse and came to Sateeh when he is on the verge of leaving the world. The king of Bani Saasaan has sent you to enquire about the earthquake, the fire of the temple, the dream of Mubzaan and the powerful camel pulling the Arabian horses across the Tigris river which spread throughout the world. O Abdul Maseeh! Listen, when the word of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala will be recited excessively, the owner of the staff appears, the valley of Samaada starts flowing, the river of Buhairah dries up, and the fire of the temple is extinguished, then Shaam will no longer remain Shaam for Sateeh. A few men and women of Bani Saasaan will rule, and that which was to come has already come.” Saying this Sateeh died.

 

 

This is, in reality, a warning for the ending of the fire worshippers and every misguidance. An end to cruelty and intolerance to women and children. An end to all social, moral and spiritual degradation. Not only a hope, but a guarantee for every type of happiness, success and good fortune!

 

BARAKAAT EVEN BEFORE BIRTH

 

 

Like before the rising of the sun the horizon lights up, similarly, before the birth of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) the world lit up with Barakaat! When Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)’s mother conceived him, she was given the glad tidings, in a dream, that your child is going to be the leader of this Ummat! When he will be born make this dua, “I give him in the protection of the One and Only Allah and name him Muhammad.” She also says, “After conceiving him I saw a light by which the palaces of Busra in Syria were seen.”

 

 

THE HONOURABLE BIRTH OF NABI ṣallallāhu 'alayhi wa sallam (peace and blessings of Allāh be upon him)

 

 

Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) was born in the year when Abraha attacked the Ka’bah Sharif. The famous date of the birth of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) is Monday, the 12th of Rabi ul Awwal 571. According to historians Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) was born in the year 571 after Isa (‘alayhis Salaam).

 

Ulama have written that the period between Hadhrat Adam (‘alayhis Salaam) and Hadhrat Nuh (‘alayhis Salaam) is a period of 1,200 years, and the period between Hadhrat Nuh (‘alayhis Salaam) and Hadhrat Ibrahim  (‘alayhis Salaam) is a period of 1,142 years. The period between Hadhrat Ibrahim  (‘alayhis Salaam) and Hadhrat Musa  (‘alayhis Salaam) is 565 years. The period between Hadhrat Musa (‘alayhis Salaam) and Hadhrat Dawood (‘alayhis Salaam) is 572 years. The period between Hadhrat Dawood (‘alayhis Salaam) and Hadhrat Isa (‘alayhis Salaam) is 1,354 years, and the period between Hadhrat Isa (‘alayhis Salaam) and our Honourable Nabi (sallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) is 571 years.

 

 

According to the famous narration, the age of Hadhrat Adam (‘alayhis Salaam) was 960 years. According to this, the time that had elapsed between Hadhrat Adam (‘alayhis Salaam) and Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) is approximately 6,000 years, i.e. in the 7th millennium.

 

 

The mother of Uthman bin Abil Aas (radhiAllahu ‘anhu), Fatima bint-e-Abdullah says, “At the time of childbirth I was near Amina. At that time, I noticed that the entire house was filled with Noor (divine light) and the stars are lowering themselves to such an extent that I thought that the stars will fall on me. (The stars lowering themselves indicated that very soon Kufr, Shirk and darkness will be removed from the world, and the world will be filled with brightness and Hidaayat). Irbaadh bin Saariya (radhiAllahu ‘anhu) narrates that the mother of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) had seen a light at the time of the noble birth of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) by which the palaces of Shaam were brightened. This has been recorded in Musnad-e-Ahmad and Mustadrak of Haakim.

 

Extracted from: ‘Seerat of our beloved Nabi’ by: Hadhrat Maulana Shah Abdul Hamid Is’haq Sahib Dâmat Barakatuhum

By: Haqqseeker

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