Sayyid Amiruddin

Researcher of Political Science & Classical Islam. Initiated by the Khwajagan i-Naqshband.

Re: Shaykh Nazim said Mahdi’s father is “Abdullah” by Sayyid Ahmed Amiruddin


Q.
 In this video: http://vimeo.com/23086599 Shaykh Nazim clearly states that the name of the father of the Imam Muhammad al-Mahdi is “…like my father’s name, meaning Abdullah”.  How do you reconcile this statement from Mawlana with the other one regarding him being the son of Imam Hasan al-Askari?

A. According to the venerable Khwaja Parsa’s Fasl al-Khitaab, there are twelve main Aqtaab.  Their Chief is known as the Qutb al-Aqtaab.  He is charged with the authority to terminate and appoint a Wali.  The spiritual name of the Qutb al-Aqtaab is “Abdullah”.  The title “Abdullah” or spiritual name belongs to those who are chosen to help herald in the era of the Mahdi, and is not their literal name.  In the Holy Qur’an, Jesus the son of Mary, who was the last Prophet sent to the Children of Israel, and whose mission was to pave the way for the advent of the Seal of Prophets (S) and the establishment of the Kingdom of Heaven for the Mahdi, identifies himself as, “Qala innee Abdullah ataniya alkitaba waja Alanee nabiyya” meaning, “He said: “I am indeed Abdullah. He hath given me revelation and made me a prophet” (Qur’an, 19:30).  The Holy Qur’an and the ahadith are clear that the actual name of the son of Mary is “Isa”, and never is he referred to as literally “Abdullah the son of Mary”, even though he clearly identified himself as “innee Abdullah” in the Holy Qur’an and not as “Isa ibn Mariam“.   The father of the Mahdi is the Imam of this state, hence is “Abdullah”.

“Fas aloo ahla aldhikri in kuntum la ta’lamoon” (16:43)

Was salam.

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2 comments on “Re: Shaykh Nazim said Mahdi’s father is “Abdullah” by Sayyid Ahmed Amiruddin

  1. sayfulfikr
    December 13, 2011

    Bismillahi Rahmani Rahim

    Shaykh Nazim (qs) also says in that video that the name of Mahdi’s mother will be Amina. While you can interpret the sentence reñated to his father in a spiritual sense only, interpreting both names in such a way is unsustainable. Even more when Shaykh Nazim himself has said that Mahdi (as) was born in 20th century as it is well known. Salams.

  2. Al Sunnah Foundation
    December 19, 2011

    Wa alaikum as salam Brother, we cannot provide you with a reply. Here is what Mawlana said regarding Mahdi being the son of Imam Hasan al-Askari, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzBhcbP636E

    May Allah bless you with guidance and tolerance. We are not Shiite, nor do we support them. Rather we are followers, muridin, of Mawlana Shaykh Nazim al-Qubrusi. Belief in the Twelve Imams is elementary Tasawwuf, and indeed it is an order from Allah through Rasulullah (S). Denying that Hadrat Imam Hasan al-Askari had a son, when it is clearly documented in classical Naqshbandi literature is ludicrous and simply an act of intentional falsifying facts. One cannot deny history, nor can one just simply cover someones existence because of their adamant false beliefs.

    “Say thou: “Nay! (I would rather) the Religion of Abraham the True” (2:135)

    “And most surely Abraham was among the Shiite (of Noah)” (37:83).

    Shaykh ul-Islam Dr. Tahir ul-Qadri writes in Hadith 47 of his book ‘Ghadir Declaration’, “Umar ibn Khattab said: One who has Allāh’s Messenger as his master has ‘Alī as his master. Sālim narrates: ‘Umar was asked why he always treated ‘Ali differently from other Companions. (At this) ‘Umar replied: Indeed that (‘Alī) is my master”.

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