Sayyid Ahmed Amiruddin

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

The Political Slogan of Mahdi (alaihi salam) and the House of the Prophet (S)


“…the Imposter (ad-Dajjal) asked Tamim ad-Dari, “Has Muhammad died?” Tamim ad-Dari replied, “Muhammad is Hayyun, la yamut!”, “Muhammad is alive, and shall never die!”.   This answer of his demoralized the Imposter (ad-Dajjal), he lost half of his strength hearing this.  Declaring “Muhammad is alive” weakens ad-Dajjal and breaks his morale”-Mawlana Shaykh Nazim Adil al-Qubrusi.

2 comments on “The Political Slogan of Mahdi (alaihi salam) and the House of the Prophet (S)

  1. Zakariyah
    January 11, 2013

    Masha’a’Llah! This is so beautiful and true. He (sal) is alive in Spirit and also in the hearts of the awliya’ Allah, including the Imam of the Time (as). Thank you for posting this.

    • ASFC
      January 11, 2013

      It is the greatest secret, Rasulullah (S) is still alive physically, as witnessed by Imam Ahmad al-Rifai, and Shaykh ‘Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani, reported by Imam al-Suyuti. According to Mawlana Shaykh Nazim’s transmitted reports from GrandShaykh ‘Abdullah Daghestani, Hadrat ‘Ali will be seen by all once again, during the era of the Mahdi. Mawlana also said Hadrat Husayn ibn ‘Ali was lifted to the heavens, like Jesus. Hadrat Umar’s statement declaring Rasulullah (S) still alive, after his apparent passing, also demonstrates there was a high level of sacred knowledge possessed by the Sahabah regarding “death”, which ensured they were never afraid of it. According to Imami narrations, found in al-Kafi, Hadrat ‘Ali took Hadrat Abu Bakr by the hand and introduced him to Rasulullah (S) in person after his apparent passing. And Allah Knows Best!

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