Marocko, traditionens land

februari 9, 2012 2 Kommentarer »
Marocko, traditionens land

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Ever Merciful. And Peace and Blessings be upon our Lord Mohammed and his Family.

A special welcome to the Kingdom of Morocco, the land of nearly one hundred Divine Poles and more than one million Friends of Allah. We offer the friends and lovers of Sufi guided tours around Morocco’s famous cemeteries and sanctuaries in Fez, Meknes, Marrakesh, Jabal al-’Alam, Wazzan, Bani Zarwal and other parts of Morocco. Please contact us by phone +212-6-50-84-33-21 or send us an email to discuss your needs and wants. The vision of is to fortify its free-of-charge spiritual education with experiences on the ground.

And Peace and Blessings be upon our Lord and Master Mohammed and his Family. And Praise be to the Lord of the Worlds. May Allah bless the king and keep his country safe.



2 kommentarer

  1. AbduSamed 15 februari, 2012 på 23:32 - Reply

    ”Our Lord Mohammed”? Can you explain this statement? My only Lord is Allah Muhammed PBUH is his messager.

  2. Abdussalaam Nordenhök 16 februari, 2012 på 06:42 - Reply

    Thank you for your comment, sir.

    Shaykh Nur al-Din ’Itr said:

    ”the four schools are in agreement over the permissability of saying Sayyiduna (Our Lord) inside prayer, a fortifiori outside it. The difference of opinion is between the Hanafis who said it is preferable not to say Sayyidina (our Lord) in tashahhud, and the Shafi’is who consider it necessary out of respect.

    The proof of the Shafi’is is that the Prophet, sallallahu ’alayhi wa sallam, only omitted it out of humbleness but he did say: ”I am the Master of human beings on the Day of Resurrection and this is no vain boast…Adam and all those after him are nowhere but under my flag, and I will be the first one to rise from earth, this is no vain boast”.

    In short, sir, to answer your question. Allah ta’ala is both our Lord and our Master. Respect for one does not exclude the other, but rather the opposite. La tawhid duna ar-Rasul. Allah ta’ala uses the word Mawla about Himself in the Quran, but the Prophet, sallallahu ’alayhi wa sallam, uses the word Mawla about himself in authentic hadith. There is no conflict at all here.

    Again, thank you for your comment and reflection.

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