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#121 [Permalink] Posted on 6th November 2019 20:13
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Jzk sister for the Pdf.

See reference 46 too.
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#122 [Permalink] Posted on 7th November 2019 14:40

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Page 15 Text:

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From  the  ulamah  of  Deoband,  it  was  Maulana  Shabbir Ahmad  ‘Uthmāni  who  was  the  one entrusted with presenting the opinion of The Ulamah of India.  When he spoke, he spoke for 2  hours.  He  stated  that  Rasulullahﷺ  has  in  fact  forbidden  from  building  on  top  of  gravesbut when the dome of Rasulullahﷺ was built, it was built on an already pre-existing build-ing.  So the dome is not built on top of the grave rather it's built on top of an already existing building therefore, the term bidah doesn't apply in this case. When they heard this answer of Maulāna Shabbir ‘Uthmāni, it was so satisfying that they had no objection and accepted it as an evidence for keeping the green dome. This was due to the great knowledge that Maulana Shabbir Ahmad  ‘Uthmāni  and  the  scholars  of  India  as  a  whole.  Through Allah’s  grace,  he was such as grand personality that with his answer, the green dome of Rasulullah  was saved from being demolished.

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Footnote in the same book:

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#123 [Permalink] Posted on 8th November 2019 09:08
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P.S: Take a good look at the rating on this post. Someone has rated it "old" when I simply copied/pasted the text from the pdf of the Sister. How can a Muslim who has "Taqwa" become so obtuse?

Probably rated old due to the post above it.
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#124 [Permalink] Posted on 19th November 2019 16:43
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#125 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd May 2020 19:57
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#126 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd May 2020 21:22
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Wait. Did you say hi instead of salaam because you believe deobandis are not Muslims?
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#127 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd May 2020 21:56
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"Hi" is casual. Don't read into it too much. Advise on Salaam. This approach is argumentative which is becoming synonymous with this forum.
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#128 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2020 02:26
Just found this thread...what a pleasant surprise. The original post is from my friend Samir's blog who translated it. Its probably one of 3 best things you can read on the Internet (the other 2 also have to do with Rasulullah salallahu alayhi wasalam).

I have been trying to collect all historical pics of Madina, so this thread and the other one are great! I have a lot of pics of the white dome of Fatima رضي الله عنه before its demolition. And some videos of historical sites in Madina. I hope to make a youtube clip compiling it all...maybe after Ramadhan.

I have a portion of an old carpet of Riyadul Jannah (they replace it every few years). The fragrance of Riyadul Jannah is the best smell in the entire world. It is overwhelming and a spiritual experience on its own. I wish there was a way to replicate it. I asked a ittar guy if he could and he says he's never smelt it. How sad. :(
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#129 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2020 17:55
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JazakAllahu kheyran.
Is the fragrance you're talking about also the one used in the haram at Makkah ? If so know that the Eyüp Mosque in Istanbul uses the exact same fragrance so there should be a way to get it.
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#130 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2020 18:12
They use Oud and there are various kinds.

You can also buy it in Makkah Or Madinah.

We bought one that they use to fragrance the Ka'bah. One of the workers there said that the markets sell a version called Oud Al Ka'bah. Otherwise the original Oud is very expensive to purchase.

Smells very nice and very strong.

I bought myself a bottle many years ago and hardly ever use it :(

It's very strong and can give others a headache. However, when it it's used, people do say that they can smell the Ka'bah.

Nowadays there are so many variants of Oud, it's very difficult to match the exact type you are looking for, and they all have similar smells and names.
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#131 [Permalink] Posted on 4th May 2020 10:08
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(salam)

The oud used on the kiswah (Ghilaaf) of Kaabah is one of the highest grade.. never smelled anything like it..

While at Makkah Mukarramah i inquired with Abdus samad Al Qurashi.. a leading name in perfumery.. he said the one used on the Kaaba comes directly from the prince.. and is valued at 11,000 Saudi Riyals per Tola (12 ml )..

The imitations do not come anywhere close to that fragrance..

As Masjid Nabawi (saw) they burn oud chips at around noon time.. i observed this while sittng at the Maujah shareef.. ( the seating area where his (saw) blessed feet are directed).. and it is also of very high grade oud..

At Riyadhul Jannah i think they use some Mukhallat ( mixture).. not sure though..

duas..

wa Assalam..
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