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#136 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 16:15
Inshallah Rasoolullah (saw) and his companions will never be moved. Don't forget Isa (as) is to be buried with them.
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#137 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 16:22
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Maybe they can plan to remove/replace the dome with a gigantic white minaret.


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Tomorrow ijtehad comes, this ka'aba structure is last built by Hajjaj bin Yusuf, rebuilt as desired by Rasulullah SAS. demolish, rebuilt. Then next ijtehad comes, restore to as it was there during period of Rasulullah SAS and khulafa-e-rashideen, demolish, rebuild and cycle continues.

There is ayah on the gates of Raudah, "Don't rise your voice before Rasulullah SAS"
And they want to hammer the dome. Ummah is not gaining anything from that but to satisfy a few saudi zealots. And raudah won't belong to a few zealots.
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#138 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 16:23
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We are buried in the location from where the soil was gathered when we are created.

We can safely assume that The Prophet (saw) his two companions and Eesa (as) were created from the same soil beneath the dome. (There are narrations of this indication)
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#139 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 16:56
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Tomorrow ijtehad comes, this ka'aba structure is last built by Hajjaj bin Yusuf, rebuilt as desired by Rasulullah SAS. demolish, rebuilt. Then next ijtehad comes, restore to as it was there during period of Rasulullah SAS and khulafa-e-rashideen, demolish, rebuild and cycle continues.

Hadith regarding prohibition of domes over graves has already been presented along with analysis of scholars regarding the green dome. Please present proof from hadith that would justify the diatribe that you posted above.

There is ayah on the gates of Raudah, "Don't rise your voice before Rasulullah SAS"
And they want to hammer the dome. Ummah is not gaining anything from that but to satisfy a few saudi zealots. And raudah won't belong to a few zealots.

What do you think they used when building the dome? Cotton wool? Pixie dust? Are you also against the constant work and construction that goes on in and around masjid e nabawi (saw) and in the vicinity of his (saw) resting place? Should we banish the hadith of Rasoolullah (saw) because YOU think the ummah will not gain anything? Do you even care about the command of Allah and His Rasool (saw)?

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#140 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:00
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Hammering the dome.... and it won't hurt Rasulullah SAS.. and you want hadith it hurts Rasulullah SAS.

And later chaos for practicing on a hadith pleases Rasulullah SAS. Did you read my earlier post, "fitnah se fatihah bahtar hai"
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#141 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:11
A few think hammering the dome won't hurt Rasululllah SAS because there is just dust below the dome.

We firmly believe it hurts Rasulullah SAS and we won't give anyone on this earth to hurt Rasulullah SAS. Keep all your analogies to yourself.
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#142 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:15
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I do recall hearing when the turks did building work around the prophets grave they covered the hammers with leather so it makes less noise and won't disturb rasoolullah (saw). Got to give to them they did have a lot of adaab and love for seen. Dome can be removed respectively brick by brick with minimal noise and disruption or better still build a around it a square shape structure. Kills two birds with one stone. Dome is gone and no one is upset. Plus it won't resemble a shrine or anything
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#143 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:18
Seeing how people are venerating this thing of bricks and mortar that was built centuries after the Prophet (saw) makes one understand the prohibition of such things in Islam. This is the practice of the Christians, not the Muslims. But some Muslims seem to know better than Rasoolullah (saw) himself. This thing that they built is not going to be removed any time soon. But if the people are sincere then they should at least remove it from their homes and masajid as it seems to have become a thing of bidah. We don't have symbolism in Islam like the Jews and the Christians. Our Deen is pure. We only have one focus and that is towards Allah. If Allah wanted us to have a symbol then He would have given us one. Instead, like the yahood and nasara we have given one to ourselves it seems.
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#144 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:21
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No hammering of dome; it hurts Rasulullah SAS.
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#145 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:21
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The sins of the ummah troubles Rasoolullah (saw). Building domes over tombs is a sin. We know both of these facts through hadith. Can you substantiate your claim that hammering the dome in this dunya would hurt the Prophet (saw)?
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#146 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:23
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Does going against the commands of Allah and His Rasool (saw) hurt Rasoolullah (saw)?
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#147 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:24
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you don't have adab. Hammering hurts Rasulullah SAS. Because he is resting below the dome.

We know through kashf it is reported Rasulullah SAS is restless due to universal happening.

But let us not add more through our actions. no hammering of dome.
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#148 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:26
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After Rasulullah SAS there is a cycle of hammering, building and rebuilding of ka'aba. Ijtehad.....
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#149 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:27
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I am presenting hadith. I.e THE ACTUAL WORDS OF RASOOLULLAH (SAW) and you are presenting kashf???

Bring your kashf along with the name of the person who had this kashf along with proof of this kashf and I will bring you hadith along with the name of the person who commanded this hadith along with the proof of this hadith.
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#150 [Permalink] Posted on 27th January 2019 17:27
Moving on from the dome to the grave. Is it like the first or the second pic in the chamber.

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