Saying “Ya Rasool’Allah (Sallalahu Alaihi Wassalam) Madad”

The permissibility to say ‘Ya Muhammad!’ [May Allah bless him and grant him peace]

The sensitive issue of whether or not Muslims can say the words ‘Ya Rasool Allah’ or ‘Ya Muhammad!’ [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] needs to be clarified, since this issue divides the Muslim community and causes a great deal of friction among the Muslims throughout the world. Basically, there appears to be what we could label as two “schools of thought”. One insists that saying that stating “Ya Rasul Allah is ‘shirk’ and that any Muslim proclaiming it in fact goes outside the pale of Islam. Now the other School believes that it is indeed permissible to say so – based on evidences from the Salaf, and the tafsirs of later day scholars. However, they do not insist that one must proclaim this – or that it is even a fard to do so, rather, it is permissible to do so. This is, and always has been, the stance of the Ahl al-Sunna.

Those who believe that it is impermissible to say Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] not only say that there are no evidences to support the permissibility, but also believe that the prefix of Ya, can only be used when that person [who is being called upon] is present, as opposed to being absent. The proclamation of Ya Muhammad, or Ya Rasul Allah [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] is not an innovation [bid'a] that crept in after the first three generations, but contrary to modern misconceptions, was initiated and practiced within these generations, as we shall see, Allah willing. Also, the fact that the later generations did proclaim Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] the death of the Prophet [May Allah bless him and grant him peace], did not prevent them in doing so, even though there were great distances between them and Madina.

As we shall aim to demonstrate to the readers in this chapter, Insha’ Allah, that if it is wrong today [or even Kufr and shirk as some of our brothers declare], to proclaim Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] why then, did the Sahaba, Tab’ee in and the later generations of Muslims do so? Would those brothers who oppose the Muslims of saying Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] apply the same criteria to the first generations of this Umma as they do for the believers of today?

The permissibility of saying Ya! For someone who is not physically present.

One of the main arguments used against the believers on this issue, is the one of the impermisibility of using the prefix Ya [Oh!] to someone who is not physically present.

Innovation in the Language

This understanding of the Arabic language [that of not being able to use Ya! For an absent person] is an innovation [bid'a] in Arabic grammar. To the minority holding this view, it appears that this is the only way of accusing the majority of Muslims to be constantly committing an impermissible deed, or even shirk and kufr as others may profess.

We first would like to invite those who hold the above view, to examine one of the most respected classical dictionaries of the Arabic language, the Lasan al Arab of Ibn Manzur (d. 711 hijri). Ibn Manzur states that Ya! can be applied for either a person who is near, or far from the caller.
[Ibn Manzur al-Afriqi, Lasan al-Arab under the word 'Ya']

Since those Muslims who often claim that saying Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] is shirk, I now propose to examine the views of Ibn Taymiyya on this issue. Why? Well, it is mainly because these very brothers have given Ibn Taymiyya the noble title of Shaykh al Islam, and such, use him as an authority, if not, the foremost, in their attempts to practice Islam as the Salaf [pious predecessors] did. Ibn Taymiyya writes:

When someone calls upon someone else, saying Ya! it may be used in one of two ways – physically or by the knowledge of that person. An example of this is when the Messenger of Allah [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] warned the people at the time of Dajjal: “Yaa ‘ibaadillaahi Fathbutu…” (Oh servants of Allah! Keep your feet steadfast…) The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him peace, said this to the people who would be present at the time of Dajjal, and who were not yet born.

Another example, is when Sayyidna ‘Ali, may Allah be pleased with Him, was walking through the plain of Karbalah, he said ‘Ya Abu ‘Abd Allah Hussayn, Fasbir! [Oh, (my son) Abu 'Abd Allah Hussayn! Be patient (when facing the enemy in this place]‘ This was because ‘Ali, may Allah be pleased with Him, was informed by the Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), that his son, Hussayn [May Allah be pleased with Him], would be martyred at Karbalah. Sayyidna ‘Ali, may Allah be pleased with Him, called Hussayn despite the fact that he was not present with him, and even though Hussayn could not hear his Father ‘Ali, may Allah be pleased with Him, but remained in his thoughts.

[Ibn Taymiyya, Minhaj-as-sunna, chapter Aswad-al-Qadeem]

The above example demonstrates, as provided by Ibn Taymiyya, that at least in one way, Ya can be used in the Arabic language to call someone who is not physically present, but who is present in the thoughts of the caller, as when Sayyidna ‘Ali, may Allah be pleased with Him, remembered his son and called to him.

Evidence to support the permissibility of saying Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace]

Hafidhh ibn al Qayyim writes that the Prophet of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) said:

Send salutations on me, but send more salutations on Friday. When you recite the salutation, your voice will reach me wherever you are. Some companions asked, ” even after your death?” The Prophet, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) replied, “Allah has made it unlawful for the earth to decompose my body”.

[Hafidhh Ibn-al-Qayyim, Jala-ul-Afhaan page 145]

Imam Nasa’i narrates that there are specific angels who visit the earth and whose sole duties are to go to the persons who sends salutations upon the Prophet Muhammad, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), and then to take those salutations to the Prophet Muhammad, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace)
[Mishkat chapter on Salaah al Nabi]

The above mentioned Ahadith, indicate that if anyone were to send salutations to the Prophet, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), he himself would either hear the salutations, or an angel will convey them to him. In both cases, salutations will reach the Prophet, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace).

The Salaf used to say Ya Muhammad![May Allah bless him and grant him peace]

Imam Bukhari, Hafidhh Ibn Taymiyya and Qadi Shawkani all posed the same question, that if a person’s foot becomes numb, what should he do? Their recommendations were the same, and included with their answer, the following hadith:

Some time after Rasul Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), had passed away, ‘Abd Allah Ibn ‘Umar [May Allah be pleased with Him] was in Najd where one day his foot became numb. As a remedy to alleviate the pain, a person said to him. “Remember the one whom you love the most!” Upon hearing this Ibn ‘Umar [May Allah be pleased with Him] said “Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace]” and his foot made an immediate recovery from numbness.

[Imam Bukhari, Adab al Mufrad al Kalim al Tayyab; Hafidhh Ibn Taymiyya and Qadi Shawkani, Tuhfah al Dakireen chapter on Khadirat Rijluhu, and also Imam Nawawi's Kitab al Adkar]

Hafidhh Ibn Taymiyya writes,

In the same way as ‘Abd Allah ibn Umar’s foot became numb and he remembered the one he loves the most, ‘Abd Allah Ibn Abbas’s foot also became numb. Someone also said to him to remember the one who he loves the most, whereupon ‘Abd Allah Ibn Abbas said Ya! Muhammad [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] and his foot immediately recovered from numbness.

[Hafidhh ibn Taymiyya, Al Kalim al Tayyib chapter on Khadirat Rijluhu]

Qadi Shawkani writes:

If one is in trouble or is in distress, he should perform two nawafil rakats and then make a supplication. They should say ”Ya Muhammad!” [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] and Allah most High will grant them what they requested and their problems and troubles should be resolved. The scholars of hadith say that this hadith is authentic and Tirmidhi, Hakim, Nasa’i, Ibn Majah and at-Tabarani record it.

[Qadi Shawkani, Tofah al Dhakireen chapter on Salaah al Hajah]

Hafidhh Ibn Kathir, Imam Tabari and Imam Ibn Athir all wrote [that]:

During the Khilafa of Abu Bakr as- Siddique, may Allah be pleased with Him, there was a battle against the false Prophet Musaylima [of Najd]. When the battle commenced, the Muslims lost their footing at which point Khalid bin Walid, may Allah be pleased with Him, and the rest of the companions called out “Ya Muhammad!” [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] and proceeded to win the battle.

[Tarikh at Tabari, Tarikh Ibn Kathir and Tarikh Qamil by Imam Tabari, Hafidhh Ibn Kathir and Imam Ibn Athir and Ibn Jarir in Chapter Musaylima Kadhaab]

Hafidhh Ibn Kathir and Imam Tabari both write:

During the Khilafah of ‘Umar, may Allah be pleased with Him, there was a famine outside the city of Madinah. A companion called Bilal bin Harith al Muzni, may Allah be pleased with Him, said to his people “The famine is very severe, [let us] sacrifice a goat”. Apart from a red bone nothing came from the goat [the goat was very thin due to famine and as such, there was no meat on the bones]. Bilal bin Harith, may Allah be pleased with Him, called out “Ya Muhammad!” [May Allah bless him and grant him peace]. The Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), then appeared in the dream of Bilal bin Harith and informed him that there will be rain.

[Tarikh Ibn Kathir and Ibn Jarir chapter of khilafah of 'Umar (May Allah be pleased with Him]

As-Sayyid Mawdudi writes:

When Hajaj bin Yusuf had placed tax upon some new Muslims, they left Basra crying with their fuqaha [scholars] and they were all saying, Ya Muhammad!, Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace]

[Sayyid Mawdudi, Khilafah wa Malukiyat, page 270 and Tarikh Ibn Athir]

Hafidhh Ibn Kathir and Imam Tabari both write that

After the occasion of Karbala, Sayyida Zaynab, May Allah be well pleased with her, [the sister of Hussayn, may Allah be pleased with Him] and her company were taken as prisoners to Syria. When she passed the dead bodies she proclaimed: “Ya Muhammad!” [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] Your Hussayn is drenched in blood without a shroud or a grave, and Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace], your daughters are taken prisoners and your children have been killed

[Ibn Jarir and Tarikh Ibn Kathir in Chapter of Karbala*]

*For those of us, who have forgotten, Karbala took place in Iraq in 60AH. At that time Zaynab may Allah be well pleased with her, said ‘Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace]

Imam Waqdi writes:

During the khilafah of Abu Bakr Siddiq [may Allah be pleased with Him], there was a battle at Halb. Ka’ab. Abu Bakr [may Allah be pleased with Him] said “Ya Muhammad! Ya! Muhammad, [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] and shouted, “Oh Companions! Stay firm footed!”
['Allama Waqdi, Futoohusham, in the chapter on the Battle of Halb]

Imam Ibn Sa’ad writes:

After the Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), had passed away, Arwa bint ‘Abd al Muttalib, May Allah be well pleased with her, recited the: “Ya Rasul Allah! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace]. You were our place of hope.”

[Imam Ibn Sa'ad, Tabaqat Ibn Sa'ad, chapter on the Death of the Prophet]

Hafidhh Ibn al Qayyim writes:

Muhammad bin ‘Umar, may Allah be pleased with Him, relates: ‘I was sitting in the company of Abu Bakr bin Mujahid in Baghdad when Shaykh Shibli came before them. Whereupon Abu Bakr bin Mujahid stood up and hugged Shaykh Shibli, kissed his forehead and sat him by his side.’ Muhammad bin ‘Umar [May Allah be pleased with Him] enquired: “You are the Shaykh [Abu Bakr bin Mujahid] whilst the whole of Baghdad regards Shibli as Majnun [Mad] – why have you treated him with so much respect?” To this, Abu Bakr bin Mujahid replied “I have done nothing strange, I have treated him exactly as I have seen the Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), treat him. In my dream I saw the Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), kiss Shibli between his two eyes. I asked the Prophet, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), “Why did you treat Shibli in this way?” to which he, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), replied “I love him because after every Salaah he recites the last verse of Surah Tauba after which he recites Sallal la ho ‘alayka Ya Muhammad! [Peace and blessings from Allah be upon you Oh Muhammad!) Three times.

[Hafidhh Ibn-al-Qayyim, Jala-al-Afham., page 80]

The above mentioned Ahadith clearly illustrate that the Companions and others of the Salaf used to say Ya Muhammad or Ya Rasul Allah! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] when they experienced difficulty, and that the Prophet, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) did help us either by making supplication for their success or appearing in their dreams to comfort them. Those Companions who were ill and said Ya Rasul Allah [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] found that they would get better; and if they were in a battle which they were losing – they would soon win; and if they were facing a famine – they would soon have rain.

The last quotation from Hafidhh Ibn al-Qayyim shows that the Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), loves the one who pronounces ‘Ya Muhammad!’ [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] to a considerable high degree. All these occurances took place many years after the Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), passed away. So if it was kufr to say ‘Ya Muhammad!’ [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] today and after the lifetime of the Prophet, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), the Prophet, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), would not have expressed any love for Shibli. Also, if this is an unreliable narration, why did Ibn al-Qayyim choose to quote it? Was he someone who supported shirk or kufr?

What has been said above supports the fact that it is not kufr or shirk to call out Ya Muhammad, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace).

However, still people will insist, despite of all the above, that to say Ya Muhammad (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) is shirk, and will deduce to the fact that this is a form of worshipping someone besides Allah. They often put forward the following ayat of the Qur’an:

And the mosques are only for Allah, so worship none with Allah
[Surah al Jinn verse 18]

This is just a doubt and a misunderstanding of the grammatical use of the words Tad`u/Yad`u in the Arabic language – since Tad’u and Yad’u have been used in two different contexts in the Qur’an: in the context of worship and also in the context of calling.

In the above verse it has been used in the context of worship and we agree that anyone who worships something besides Allah is a kafir and a mushrik. However, when a Muslim says Ya Rasul Allah! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] he is not worshipping the Messenger of Allah, but merely calling him, as Ibrahim, peace be upon him, called all the people to Hajj [Tafsir Ibn Kathir under Surah Hajj] and as ‘Umar, may Allah be pleased with Him, called Sariah. This type of calling is not worship, of which an example is provided in the Qur’an when Allah commanded Ibrahim, peace be upon him, to call the dead birds [Surah Al- Baqara, verse 260]

This should demonstrate that the word ‘call’ is not always used in the context of worship. Whoever says Ya Muhammad! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] cannot be called either a kafir or mushrik because he is calling with the love of the Prophet Muhammad, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), as was the case when the salaf called upon the Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace). His intention is not the intention to worship him.

The pious can hear from afar

1) The Prophet Sulaiman, peace be upon him, heard the conversation of the ants from a distance.
[Al- Qur'an Surah al Namal verse 19]

2) The Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), heard the footsteps of Bilal,may Allah be pleased with Him, in Paradise. [Bukhari and Muslim Kitab-al-Manaqib., Muslim., fazail Bilal]

3) Hafidhh Ibn al Qayyim writes:

The Messenger of Allah, (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), stated: ‘I hear the voice of every person who sends salams (peace and blessings) upon me, wherever he may be’.
[Hafidhh Ibn-al-Qayyim Jala-al-Afham page 145]

4) When women quarrel with their husbands who are righteous (and who go to paradise) the Hoors (fair Maidens of Paradise) listen to their arguing from Paradise whilst they are still on the earth. [Mishkat-al-Masabih in Chapter of Mu'ashirat-an-Nisa]

To conclude this chapter, we would like to state that:

From the above statements it is proved that the pious can hear from a far distance, by the grace of Allah most High.

Secondly, it is not shirk to call them using the word Ya! We would like to clarify that to call upon the pious using Ya! is simply permissible: being neither fardh, nor wajib, nor sunna.

Thirdly, as proven, the Salaf did proclaim Ya Muahammed! [May Allah bless him and grant him peace] at times of distress – and this difficulty was alleviated.

The reason for writing this article is only to clarify, to those people who shout ‘kafir’ and ‘mushrik’, to those Muslims who call using the word Ya! – that we can use the word Ya!

We also say that help should only be asked from Allah most High. We should only present the Waseela of the pious, when asking from Allah.

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حسبي ربي جل الله ما في قلبي غير الله نور محمد صلي الله لا اله الا الله

جئت اليك من ديار اولياء الله وانا مجرم من أمتك اشفعني يا رسول الله

ياذاالجلال والاكرام ,أ متنا على دين الإسلام و في المدينة المنورة

I would also advise people to read ‘Reliance of the Traveller’ by Shaykh Nuh Ha Mim Keller regarding this topic.

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  1. 1

    shahzad said,

    thank u so much for clearing that issue .. can it prove by QURAN OR hadees???…

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    Haider said,

    This article does include some narations from hadith, but the main point is to show that the early generation of Muslims (Salaf) used to say “Ya”. This is to show that we are following the early generation of Muslims (Salaf), who were the most poius and knowledgeble. Basically, the people today who claim to be Salafi’s (aka Wahabi) are not actually following the Salafs, but the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jammah are.

    As said in the post, I would advise you to read ‘Reliance of the Traveller’ by Shaykh Nuh Ha Mim Keller, who is one of the top Scholars today.

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    Syed Saeed ul Hassan said,

    I 100% agree with that we can say Ya Rasool Allah or Ya Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).

    Regards

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    un knwn said,

    my point ALLAH is omni present does u can compare rasool wid almighty ALLAH , secondly how u can proof that these hadees are authentic? IF RASOOL IS ALSO OMNI PRESENT DONT U THINK U R COMPAREING ROOL WITH ALLAH?

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    Haider said,

    The proofs are in the article. Insha’Allah Aza wa jal, you will notice them once you have read the it.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omnipresence

    “Omnipresence is the ability to be present in every place at any, and/or every, time”

    Some people believe that Allah Ta’ala is “Omnipresent”, that is, Allah Ta’ala is Present and Over-looking at every time and at every place. They believe Allah Ta’ala to be “Haazir” and “Naazir”. This is not true, as Allah Ta’ala is not bound by time and space. Allah Ta’ala is Present and Seeing from eternity without time and without space.

    Allah Ta’ala’s Attributes, namely, Life, Knowledge, Power and Speech, are without time and without place, so are Allah Ta?ala?s other attributes. Allah Ta’ala’s Attributes always exists and will continue to exist till eternity. There is a great difference between Allah Ta’ala being Present and the souls of His creation being present. No one is present like Allah Ta’ala being Present.

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    AFZAAL QADRI said,

    I TOTALLY AGREE .WE CAN CALL YA RASOOL ALLAH AND YA RASOOL ALLAH MADAD .BECAUSE OUR SWEET PROPHET HAS POWER TO HELP US .IT IS OUR IMAAN THAT HOLY PROPHET IS HELPING US EVEN IF WE DO NOT ASK HIM FOR HELP BECAUSE MADNI AAQA WATCHES US . ALMADAD YA RASOOL ALLAH ALMAD YA NABI ALLAH
    ALMADAD YA NABI ALLLAH ALMADAD YA NOOR ALLAH

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    Ghulam-e-Ahmad Raza said,

    Quran says don’t say shaheed dead they are alive and they are getting Rizk if the shaheed is alive then the person he is the reason of their life how he is not alive if cuz if the person is not muslim he will not be shaheed

  8. 9

    Yah Allah humain maf kar dy yah Ahamari guzashta ghaltiyan maf ker dy ya Rehman ya Reheem ya Allah madad ya Allah madad ya Allah madad ya Allah madad ya Allah madad ya Allah mya ya Allah madad ya Allah madad Allah madad ya Allah madad ker hum hain gunahon main doby hoy ya Alla hum apny gunahon ka ikrar kerty hain ya Rehman ya Razzaq Al Basito ya Allah to Mushkil kusha hai

  9. 10

    God help us in any trouble

  10. 11

    Mohammad IRFAN said,

    NIKAL K DIL SE EK SADA AAYI,
    UTHAYA HATH TO DIL SE EK DUA AAYI,
    DIL ME MOHABBAT SIRF MUSTAFA KI BAS JAYE,
    TAMANNA YE HAI K MADINE KI GALIYO ME DUM NIKAL JAYE…….

  11. 12

    asad said,

    i totally agree..
    Proclaim Ya-Rasool-Allah

  12. 13

    Mohammad Ismail said,

    Thanks for clearing this issue
    Wahabi loge ya rasool Allah k nam se jaltay hain Q un ka rasool se koi wasta
    nah hay
    jo nabi pak ki zat mian aaib nikalay wo pak nabi ka umati kisay ho sakta hay
    Allah ham sab ko nabi ka ghulam bannay ki tofiq day
    Amin
    Mohammad Ismail village Nari Dist Khushab

  13. 14

    Muhammad Ismail said,

    Ya Rsool Allah

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    MUHAMMAD JIBRAN KHALIL said,

    mujhe nahi pata ya rasool allah khena chaye ya nahi.ye hum mein se koi nahi bata sakta .ye to ab hazrat imam mehdi (A.S) ka jab nazool ho ga tb woh hi hume bataein ge or ye k kon sa firka theek hai.bus allah hamara iman paka rakhe

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    MASUD ALI said,

    Dear Brother e islam,
    As salamo alikum. May Allah bless you with His best rewards and keep you in good health.

    i have read this article which has huge illustrated description about the matter of calling YA. thanks for the information.
    but i want some other topic to be clarified. they are

    1. is it permissible to kiss the pious people grave?
    2. is it permissible to cover the graves of the same?
    3. some people of are doing just like sijdah in the graves of pious people, is it ok??? like kwaja garib nawaj’s place in ajmeer.
    4. if somebody asking help from from these pious people places like minnat for good result, baby, health, ete
    please if you kindly clarify all these to me ,

    MAY ALLAH SHOWERS HIS BLESSINGS ON YOU AND ALL OF YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS. (AMEEN)
    MASUD ALI
    DUBAI

    • 17

      Haider said,

      Walaykum As’salam Sidi Masud Ali,

      Shukran wa Jazak’Allah for the Dua’.

      1) There is a difference of opinion amongst the Ulema’ regarding this topic.

      2) If you mean to cover the grave with a cloth, then as far as I’m aware, this is permissible. Why would covering something with a piece of material be impermissible?

      3) The problem here is ignorance and an attitude by people where they follow others without knowing anything. There is no Scholar who permits doing sajda to a grave. They all say that bowing down to grave is Haram and not allowed.

      4) Asking for help is dependent on intention. We do not believe that the pious person will directly grant us our dua. But we are hoping that the pious person will do dua on our behalf to Allah Ta’ala.

      I have only provided a brief overview of the topics. If you want to know more information about these topics, I suggest you try the forums at YaNabi.com.

      Insha’Allah this helps.

      May Allah Azza wa’jal reward you and your family abundantly. And may He increase you in the outer and inner knowledge. Ameen.

  16. 18

    Ismail said,

    tamam islami bhaiun ko Eid Mubarik

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    Nargis said,

    Mashallah thanks for the kind words and for elaborating on this topic that is greatly argued about. Jazak Allah

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    Naveed Iqbal Baoch said,

    NABI (PBUH) KA JO GULAM HAY, HMARA WO IMAM HAY.
    khadim Dar Bar-e-Alya. “EIDHGHAH SHAREEF” RAWALPINDI

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    Naveed Iqbal Baloch said,

    NABI (PBUH) KA JO GULAM HAY, HMARA WO IMAM HAY. LABAIK YA RASOOL ALLAH, MEIN SADQE YA RASOOL ALLAH
    TALIB-E MADEENA PAK & khadim Dar Bar-e-Alya. “EIDGHAH SHAREEF” RAWALPINDI.

  20. 22

    bashir sayed said,

    I would like to add some replies to brother Haider comments to help out InshALlah, and I dont intend by this to say that I am doing any better, he has done alot of work to begin with

    THose who believe that Yaa MOhamad is haram to say, are people who were ignorant and were approached by a Wahhabi, and told the following

    -brother why are you asking other than ALlah,
    -brother Prophet Mohammad is dead, and he cant do anything for you
    -brother Allah said Iyyaka na^budu wa Iyyakanasta^een.
    -etc………. (they make them understand and make them believe that saying Yaa is worship. so this is why these ignorant people come out and say brother why do you ask other than ALlah,

    The answer was at the beggining of this article, No scholor ever said Yaa means worship,

    -When a Muslim is making dua in front of the grave of the prophet, he knows and beleives that ALlah is the creator, he does not beleive that Prophet MOhammad can create anything,

    -when you get sick, and then you take medicine, why do you take this medicine???
    because this medicine is a reason for you to get cured, and of course no one beleives that the medice is a creator, or a parter to ALlah, they beleive that this medice is a reason for you to get cured.

    -medicine is creation, and Prophet Muhamamd is a creation, and prophet Muhammad is the best of the creation, so we use him as a reason for our dua,
    as the prophet Muhammad himself taught this ummah on how to make tawwasul

  21. 23

    Aamir Naseem Ghumman said,

    Karam Ya Rasool Allah(PBUH)

  22. 24

    Akram raza said,

    ya shahe umam ek nazre karam mori laaj tumhare haath sarkar mori naya laga do apne karam se paar

  23. 25

    Muhammad Suleman said,

    Dear Friends Asalaam Aalaikum, YA RASOOL ALLAH E UNZIAR HALANA Khana kyasa hay .Mera Aqiadah Hay Kay Hozoor Hazarat Muhammad Mustafa Sallah Alehwasalam Hamara Salaam aour Darood Ko Suntay hain . Wasalaam Allah Hafiz. NAJDI AQIDAY WALEY AOUR NATURALI Loogon ka Aqida hay kay Woh Sand yani DUST hgaiya hain. ALLAH HAFZI ,Wasalaam. King of Saudi Arabia ki Family bhi Yahi Aqida Rakhti hay kay Woh Nahi Suntay . Best Regrad. Muhammad Suleman.

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    Wajahat Hussain said,

    May Allah guide us regarding this issue and in every aspect,
    i read all the above articles and replies,
    and i pray to Allah to help us,
    And in every aspect i remeber Allah
    and make dua starting with ‘Praise be to Allah and Peace be upon his Messenger’,
    whatever disputes there are, Ya Allah, Ya Muhammad, Ya Abu Bakr, Ya Umar, Ya Ali, etc. i want Allah to guide us regarding this issue,
    and want to spend life like the Prophet (Peace be Upon Him),
    Jazakallah Khair,
    Assalam Alaikum

  25. 27

    Wajahat Hussain said,

    Because Allah says,
    “in the Messenger have the best example to follow”
    Jazakallah Khair
    Assalam Alaiikum

  26. 28

    Wajahat Hussain said,

    In all the above articles and replies i noticed that the greater references given for saying “Ya Rasoollallah” as legal, are from other than Qur’an, (Peace Be Upon Prophet), and i think that all the people who use to say “Ya Rasoollallah-Madad, Madad” are not the student of the Final Revelation that is Qur’an Majeed.
    We should remeber that this book is not just a 1000 page book rather a miracle, which as much as you read you will find a new order that is Hidayat from Allah which other may already experienced with and taken admonition.
    So just start to read ithis book again, no matter how many times you had studied it, study it every day, If you do not know arabic then read the Qur’an in Arabic as well as in the language you konw the best, but also start to learn arabic as it will help to understand what you are saying in Salah and you can made Dua in Sajdah and in the Last of Tashahhud, and seek refuge from Allah against torment of Qabr and Hasr and Against Fitna of Life and Afterlife and Against Fitna of DAJJAL
    Ameen
    And Allah Knows The Best.
    Jazakallah Wa Khair
    Assalam Alaikum

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    z4wil said,

    Adrikni Ya Rasulullah Shalallahu ‘Alaihi Wa sallam

    Jazakallah Wa Khair

    Salam From Indonesia.

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    hafiz Muhammad Farooq said,

    I am fully agree to this point that we should say Ya Rasoolallah in any difficult time and work, doing this we can easily get the help or good news from hazoor(peace be upon him)

    Main qurban ya, Rasool Allah

    Main Sadqe Ya Rasoolallah

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    syed ali furquan hussaini said,

    assalamu alaikum there are many evidence of proclaiming ya rasulallah but yet many peoples still neglect it and says its shirk & raise authenticity upon those hadees..we reply it in simple way leave whether the hadees is weak or even fabricated does those imam’s such as imam bukhari,ibn majah etc does’t even know the things which leads to shirk ? the imam who learn 6 lakh hadees does’t know tauheed ? the fatwa of shirk also implied upon imam bukhari then why those people follow the hadees book written by an shirk person ? the message to all muslim is leave every thing but never leave proclaiming ya rasulallah(peace be upon him)…..


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