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Postby nur.nu » 31 Mar 2011, 13:15

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Symbolisk bild av Profetens (s) välsignade Sandaler i Darwishiyya-moskén, Damascus

Versaderna ovanför betyder ungefär:
O du som betraktar bilden av Profetens Sandal
Kyss utan högmod Sandalens symbol,

Och låt ditt ansikte röra den sko som berörts
av Profetens fot då han morgon och afton gick ut.


Många stora Ulama och hadith-mästare har skrivit böcker och samlat dikter om företrädena hos Profetens (s) sandaler. Och det finns en tradtiion bland hadithmästarna att rita av Profetens (s) sandaler och bevara bilden hos sig för tabarruk (välsignelser).

Ett par av Profetens (s) sandaler tillvaratogs av Banu Hadid och fördes senare till Damaskus. När Dar al-Hadith inrättades i Damaskus på 600-taet H., förvarade man sandalerna ovanför dess mihrab (böneisch). Ulama reste långväga för att se dem, och ta med en bild av dem tillbaka till sina hemländer.

När Imam al-Fakhani fick syn på sandalerna reciterade han:
Om Majnun Layla tillfrågades: Föredrar du
att förenas med Layla, eller världen med all dess skatter
Så skulle han svara: "Stoftet under hennes sandaler
är min själ kärast, och det läker såren av alla prövningar."


Länkar:

Dar al-Hadiths hemsida (arabiska)
http://daralhadith.com/main_nav/history_arabic.htm

Sandal Of The Prophet- Heavenly peace and blessings shower upon him
Notes from Imam Ahmad al-Maqarri al-Tilimsani’s voluminous book on the Radiant Sandal of the Prophet, May Allah shower peace & blessings on Him
http://scholarspen.blogspot.com/2005/11 ... e-and.html

Sh. Gibril Haddad: Dar al-Hadith al-Ashafiyya
http://privat.bahnhof.se/wb042294//Filer/gfh_darh_e.pdf
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Re: sv: en: The Sandals of the Prophet | Profetens (s) sanda

Postby nur.nu » 28 Jan 2012, 03:28

About the Prophet's sandals (Allah bless him & give him peace)
http://spa.qibla.com/issue_view.asp?HD= ... 0&CATE=108

Question:
Is it permissible for a Muslim, with the intention to emulate the Prophet (saw) to get sandals made on this design, just as many Muslims emulate him in dress?http://www.shukronline.com/the-prophets-sandal.html(In Pakistan, they can make sandals very cheap on any design and if permissible, I am planning on getting a pair made for myself and one pair as a gift for someone)

Answer:
by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani
In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Walaikum assalam,
It is not only permitted, but a means for great reward to follow the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) in his worldly habits.

An excellent discussion of these may be found in Book XX of Imam Ghazali's Ihya, whose translation is available in the Books section of the www.sunnipath.com library.

Wassalam,
Faraz Rabbani

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en: Sandal Of The Prophet

Postby nur.nu » 28 Jan 2012, 03:30

http://scholarspen.blogspot.com/2005/11 ... e-and.html

Sandal Of The Prophet- Heavenly peace and blessings shower upon him
Notes from Imam Ahmad al-Maqarri al-Tilimsani’s voluminous book on the Radiant Sandal of the Prophet, May Allah shower peace & blessings on Him

In Arabic the Prophet’s sandal is known as ‘Na’l al-Nabiiy’.

The Prophet’s sandal is an amulet full of bliss, peace and serenity. At time of stress and grief one should place it on their heart and eyes for its luminous effects.

It is a cure for the ill, pathway to relief for those in anguish, healing for the pregnant woman at time of birth, strong against the evil eye, and a symbol of security and protection for ships at sea, property from loss, house from burning, caravans from hostile attacks. People would use the Sandal image for the aforementioned reasons and also for a means of achieving immense blessings in the stations of this world and the hereafter.

From those who drew an image of the blessed Sandal, approved its miraculous blessings and served it from the Hadith Masters were Ibn Asakir & his student Badr Fariqi, Hafiz Zayn al-Din Iraqi & his son, Imam Sakhawi and Imam Suyuti from the east. It is well known that the following scholars of Morocco were foremost in drawing the image (Ar. Mithal/Naqsh) since they did not have the real thing, Ibn Marzuwq, Abu Bakr Ibn al-Arabi, Hafiz Abu al-Rabee’, Hafiz Abu Abdullah bin al-Ibar, Ibn Rashedd al-Fahri, Ibn Jabir Aashi, Ibn al-Bara al-Tuwsi, Abu Is’haq al-Undlusi. Ibn Asakir took it from the Moroccan Ibn al-Haaj and all hadith scholars thereafter took it from him.

The tribe of Ibn al-Hadeed preserved the Sandals and then they were kept in Jami’ah Ashrafiyyah, Damascus. Moroccan travellers such as Ibn al-Rasheed came to Damascus and drew images to take back for the people.

May Allah enlighten their graves with His light and reward them for their efforts.

Verily I serve the image of the Sandal of Mustafa
So that I may live in both worlds under its protection
Imam Yusuf al-Nabhani

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