A person claims that the various readings of Quran are basically due to two reasons
1- First reason is that there were certain scribal errors in different copies of Mushaf Usmani which got transmitted as variant readings. The Daleel he gives for this claim is that different Mushafs of Usman (r.a.) had minute differences of single letters like "wa" or "alif". These minute differences should not be attributed to variant readings because they do not add any new content in the Text of Quran. They can be simply attributed to scribal ertors.
2- The second reason according to him is that mushaf Usman did not contain dots and therefore different sahaba recited the same word in different manners according to their ijtehad and understanding of Arabic. This lead to different readings in Quran
I know for sure that these two points are absolutely incorrect but I request you to give some reply to above accusations so that I can be at peace of mind.
My question is, some brothers claim that those whom the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) did not declare to be in Paradise cannot be called certain in Paradise.
In this case, can we call Umm al-Muminin Hazrat Ayesha (ra) a sure paradise? Since it is a matter of the unseen. If there was any hadith about her being in Paradise, I would have benefited a lot. Jazakallah ....
If a non-baligh (immature) child says something that normally would take a person out of islam is it counted?
When something bad happens to me I lose my temper and say very very bad things about Allah(SWT), like he is not merciful, he is cruel; and I also curse Allah (Nauzubillah). Do I become aKafir by saying this? Are all my good deeds wasted by saying this? If I don't become a kafir, can I repent for these sayings?
If someone says to a Christian, “I will accept your religion if it is better than mine (i.e. Islam)”, will he become a kafir? He said this for the sake of inviting him to Islam in a debate without intending to commit kufr.
The barelwis are approving Milad by the following event which happened in Chakwal. My questions are:
1- Can Prophet (peace be upon him) come to a person's house & leave a footprint or can Allah Ta'ala leave a footprint of Prophet (peace be upon him). If not then what could be the light which came and also the foot print?
2- Is the story real?
3- What answer should be given to those who are influenced because of this ?
What are the exact questions that will be asked in the grave when we die and how many will there be certain muslims say that 4 questions will be asked is this true?
My question is regarding the Barelwis. Can you please provide me with ahadith and Quranic verses in which the following beliefs of the Barelwis are condemned:
1) They believe that the Prophet (SAW) is noor (light) and not bashar (human)
2) They say that the Prophet (SAW) is mukhtar e kul
3) They say that the Prophet (SAW) is Alim ul ghaib (knower of the unseen)
4) They say that worshipping the grave and prostrating to it is permissible.
The barelwis say "Ya Rasoolallah" (O Messenger of Allah), which is not good or not allowed. Then why is it that when somebody goes to the graveyard, he should say "Ya Ahlal Quboor" (O dwellers of the graves)? If saying "Ya Ahlal Quboor" is correct then saying "Ya Rasoolallah" should also be correct. Can you please explain this in the light of the Quran and Hadith. May Allah reward you.