Re: [Jhilmil_Taray] Hadith of the Day
NO. Dear Amer Aleem,
This "Heard" is only your (or whoever believe this unauthenticated hadith) assumption but if you carefully read the messages of Quran you will come to conclusion that
"The last of the Revealed books (the Holy Qur'an) gave a straight verdict on humanity's present disintegrated form, in fact, on the reality of Religion, by declaring that customs and rituals are one thing but the FUNDAMENTAL REALITY another. 'O ye human beings! We have appointed for each people an outward semblance of its worship of God and obedience to His Law, which it is following, but the Fundamental Law is the same for everybody (and it is unity). Thus, the people should not dispute with you on the Fundamental Law. You assemble the entire mankind on one point by inviting them to One God, and through this Tauheed unite the whole world. Verily, in establishing this unity between world communities you are on the Right Course'. (22:67). This shows that creation of conflict over God's Law by disputing over rituals means abdicating the straight path and Religion."Please refrain from such ahadith which contradict Allah's (swt) missions.
From: Amer Aleem <ameraleem@...>
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2011 4:15 PM
Subject: [Jhilmil_Taray] Hadith of the Day !
Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam 'ala RasulillahAssalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu.Narrated Abu Huraira (May Allah Subhanahu wa ta'ala be pleased with him) -I heard Allah's Apostle (May Peace,blessings and mercy of Allah Subhanahu wa ta'ala be on him) saying, "We (Muslims) are the last (to come) but (will be) the foremost on the Day of Resurrection though the former nations were given the Holy Scriptures before us. And this was their day (Friday) the celebration of which was made compulsory for them but they differed about it. So Allah gave us the guidance for it (Friday) and all the other people are behind us in this respect: the Jews' (holy day is) tomorrow (i.e. Saturday) and the Christians' (is) the day after tomorrow (i.e. Sunday)."Sahih Bukhari:Volume 2, Book 13, Number 1Allah Hafiz.