3 Day 3 Quote: Day 2

IshmaImroz. Thank you so much for giving me this wonderful opportunity to share a few of my best collection of quotes of great personalities in Islam.

The rules are as follows:
1. Post three consecutive days.
2. You can pick one or three quotes per day.
3. Challenge three different bloggers per day.

Here we go:

★1★ Hazrat Umar Ibn’ Khattab Radi Allahu Anhu said:

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★2★ Hazrat Usman Ghani bin Affan Radi Allahu Anhu said:

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★3★ Hazrat Ali Ibn Abu Talib Radi Allahu Anhu said:

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1. Seemeen Khan Yousufzai of  SKY’S REALM
2. Fawad Hassan of FAWADHASSANK
3. Darshith Badiyani of SMILES HERE & SMILES THERE

Note: In case if you missed the Day One quotes.
Here is the link.
3 Day 3 Quotes: Day 1

Thank you for reading.
Thank you for your time.

_Saiz

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22 thoughts on “3 Day 3 Quote: Day 2

  1. The third is my favorite, I have soft spot for things that pertain to friendship. My favorite line was, “it’s never about the friendship, but the trust”. And thanks for bringing light to these quotes, I haven’t seen them before. 🙂

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    1. Thank you.
      Its a quote taken from a book named Hayaat u Sahaba at the column Khauf ul Khulafa.
      And in this book, it has been incarnated from a book named Huliyah at 1/30 and it has been narrated by a Tabeyeen Abi Naeem(Rahimaullah).

      I want to apologize for acting rude in the urge of being too kind. I hope you don’t hate me for that quarrel, but your posts did make me pretend something, which in actual I did not want to.
      Anyway. Hope everything be well with you.
      As’salamu_alaikum 🙂

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  2. Hey, Saiz? Why don’t you put the source at the end? So people would know of the authenticity?
    Pardon me but I get out off by narrations that don’t have a source at the end.
    Anyhow, wow, I never heard the first and third one ever but they’re such beautiful narrations that they warmed my heart. 🙂

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    1. It isn’t a Hadeeth so a source would not fulfil the authenticity to its satisfaction. I had heard these from scholars of Deen who I believe to be one true themselves. So, if you have any doubt about these then you can surely search about these sayings yourself and correct me if I’m not right.

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          1. It won’t be rude.
            It’s your right to ask.
            And if they know anything about Islam, they’ll encourage their followers to make sure and ask of the sources.
            It is incredibly important especially in this era where a lot of misinformation spreads too easily.
            Even the Angels have the right to ask Allah about their confusions, then why can we not ask another human being?
            Honestly, it puts me off of people don’t mention the source…
            No offense, Saiz, but it is in fact a wrong way of educating people of you don’t give them sources… .-.
            Don’t mind my blunt honesty though… 🙂

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            1. It will be, rude.
              Questioning a person who knows more than you is a sign of arrogance and recklessness.
              Lets assume it for once.
              I asked that scholar of the authenticity. He gave me the name of the book. I found the book. Lets say its written by a scholar named *________*.
              Now the question arises who will prove this scholar’s authenticity? This book isn’t Quran or a book of Hadith. So, we have to eventually believe.
              If one doesn’t believe in scholars then who else is one determined to believe? Any random fool.
              As far as I am concerned, I don’t listen to people I don’t trust. The scholars I learn hints of Islam from are trustworthy to my comprehension as I know them since long.
              But, is there any other way? No.
              You have to believe.
              Either the books, written by them, or them in particular.
              If I’m listening to a lecture of Tafseer by Noman Ali Khan sahab then I’m believeing whatever he’s saying. I don’t jot down his words and run around for books from where had he said that thing.
              We all believe. We can never be sure about anything.
              For example: Suppose you don’t know Arabic. You read the English translation of Quran to understand the meaning.
              So, the question is how do you know this translated book is authentic? Well, you don’t. But, you believe. This is called Taqleed.
              Okay. Let me give you another example. This would make everything clear.
              Suppose you learned basic Arabic. Either you did some course, or took admission in an Arabic Learning Course. Be it any way. You learned the basics, I mean to say.
              Imagine ‘Allah’ written in arabic. Imagine the picture of it.
              Done? Okay.
              So how do you read Allah written in Arabic?
              ‘Al-laah’. Right?
              What if I say its not ‘Al-laah’ rather it is ‘Al-aah’? Pronounce it.
              Are yiu getting me or not?
              Allah did not come and tell us that its ‘Al-laah’ and not ‘Al-aah’.
              And neither did Prophet Muhammad Sal’lal’lahu_a’laihi_wa’sal’lam come and tell us.
              Neither Quran has inscribed in it the vocal pronunciation of ‘Allah’.
              The question arises is : then who told us this?
              Scholars of Deen. Correct. This is called Taqleed. Believing in what the scholars of Deen say.
              So, you believe these scholars here.
              Its all about believing.
              Even a Hadith of our Prophet says “Scholars of Deen are heirs to the Prophets, so the one who has respected(or believed or honored) the Scholars of Deen is as if he has respected Allah and His Prophet.
              Honesty is a good thing. The urge to learn true Islam is even better. But, arrogance isn’t.
              You can’t put a question mark straight forward. There’s a very thin line between being urging of honesty and arrogance.
              You have to choose the authentic scholars. The one who can be trusted. The one who has been true all the way. The one who believes in our Prophet and his Sunnah. The one who believes in all of the Companions of our Prophet.
              As Noman Ali Khan sahab once said:
              ” Having a lot of knowledge is not a sign of guidance from Allah. Guidance is the ultimate objective.
              I pray Allah doesn’t let us cross that thin line between being arrogant and being truthful.
              As far as mentioning sources are concerned, I will keep a close check upon it from the time in round. But, the readers should get involved in learning and finding the true source themselves.
              I know I can be wrong. And if I am wrong in bringing the true tidings to you here, then please do correct me.
              ” If someone corrects you and you get offended then you have an ego problem.”
              So, if I get corrected, may be the ego that lies within me as it does to everyone would lessen eventually.
              But, please don’t just google it.
              “Google won’t teach you Islam”, said Omar Sulaiman
              I hope I don’t sound offended. But, I had to clear my stand herein.
              And I really pray you don’t get offended by my reply either. As I haven’t used much emoticons in here. I might sound rude. 🙂 😀 😛 😉
              English, I hate you. 😦
              Smiles. Smiles. Smiles. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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              1. No, Saiz.
                It won’t be.
                Whenever Nouman Ali Khan says things and does tafseer, he tells us where he got it from. That’s the right way of teaching. It isn’t important whether people think his sources are authentic or not, but it is people’s right to know where he got his information from.
                Do you know how much Bukhari endured just so he could get authentic ahadeeth? Just so he can justify to people that he had the right information from the right sources?
                You cannot leave the source unnamed, Saiz.
                It’s not arrogant. Your definition of arrogance is a faulty and suffocating one.
                Anyhow, let’s not make a big deal out of it.
                May Allah guide us.

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