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The Ranks of Awliya Allah
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Most of the People Among us do not know that The Ranks of Awliya Allah - Details of groups of Saints living on Earth

BECAUSE THEY DO NOT BELIEVE

WHY?

THE NEW GENERATION DEPEND UPON ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS

BUT

THE REALITY AND TRUTH WHICH IS HAVING IN ARABIC (QURAN)

AND

BOOK OF SAINT’S – LITERATURE’S – IN PERSIAN (FARSI) – URDU

REALITY IS

ASK YOUR SELF CAN YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND?

THAT IS THE NEW GENERATION WEAKNESS

BY READING TAMPERED TRANSLATION

THEY ARE MISGUIDED

BEFORE YOU READ ANY TRANSLATION CHECK THE TAQWA OF THE TRANSLATOR

WHETHER HE LOVES Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him)

The Ranks of Awliya Allah by  Shaykh Muhyiddin Ibn al-Arabi !

 

A Sufi speaking to al - Khidr asked him, “Do you know all the saints?” “Yes,” he replied, “I know members of the Assembly of the Circle (Ahl ad - Daira) and others. But there are some I ignore.” “How many are they (i.e. Ahl ad - Daira))?” The Sufi asked. Al - Khidr answered: “They are One, Three, Four, Seven, Ten, Forty, Seventy, and Three Hundred. Should the Seventy observe the states of the Forty they would be unanimous in having them executed as occurred between me and Moses. Reason being that water has a difference taste from honey, and honey has a difference taste from wine, and wine has a difference taste from milk, and milk is the drinking of the People of Contingency (Ahl at - Tamkin).”

 

Hazrat Shaykh Muhyiddin Ibn al-Arabi  in his famous Futuhat

 

al - Makkiyah records in the 157th section of the 31st chapter as follows: The seven (7) ABRAR are known as ABDAL, who are appointed the Wilayat (control) of the seven(7) sections of this earth. They are seven (7) selected ones and blessed with enormous duty by Allah Ta’Ala. They protect these seven regions with great exactitude. Shaykh al-Akbar also says that he met them in the scared Haram of Makkah al - Mukarrama. He greeted them and they replied to him and also had a discussion with them. Shaykh al-Akbar states that he had not found anyone more attractive and handsome than them neither had he seem anyone more absorbed in IBADAH than them. Shaykh then said: "Yes! I did certainly meet one person similar to them in a town called Konya.”

 

Hazrat Muhyiddin ibn al arabi divides the ranks of the saints into the following categories:


1. Al - Ghawth, the grand Qutb, who controls everything in existence. “Know that the entire existence is being preserved (or protected) through the Qutb.” (Futuhat al-Makkiya, Chapter 383)

2. The four Awtad, who control the four comers of the universe on behalf of al-Ghawth. “Through the Awtad, Allah perseveres and protects the south, the north, the east and the west.” (Futuhat al-Makkiya, Chapter 383)

 

3. The seven Abdal [as whenever one of them passes away, another Badal (replacement) is appointed in his place]. Each of the Abdal controls one of the seven continents, again on behalf of al-Ghawth. “Through the Abdal, Allah protects the seven continents.” (Futuhat al-Makkiya, Chapter 383) ‘The action of the seven pivots is under the command of the Ghawt, and each of them has under him a special group which acts on his behalf.” (Shaykh Sidi Abdellaziz Debbagh)

 

4. An - Nujaba (honorable, chosen ones) who control the individual cities. “Know that every city or province has its own Qutb (meaning Najib)…” (Al - Yawaqhit wal -Jawahir, Ibn Arabi, v.2 p. 83).

 

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All in all, the following are details of groups of saints living on earth at any given time:

 

1.There are at any given time 4,000 Awliya living on earth. They are not known and recognized by the general public. In fact, amongst them one does not know the other and they themselves are not aware of the validity of their actions and devotion. All these are hidden from them and the general public.
2. Three hundred (300) from this group are statemen involved in the administration of this world. They control all transaction in the universe. They are the leaders of all pious people in the Divine Court of Allah Most High. They are known as AKHYAR.
3. Amongst these 300, there are 40 who are known as ABDAL.
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Amongst these 40, seven (7) are ABRAR.
5. Amongst these 7, four (4) are AWTAD.
6. Amongst these 4, three (3) are NUQABA.
7. Amongst these 3, one (1) is known as the GHAWTH or QUTB. He is the most senior of them all and the Head and Chairperson of the spiritual assembly.


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To recite Durood/Salawat before and after Adhan

 

 

1. Some people say that it is Bid’ah (innovation) to read the Durood Shareef before and after the Azaan.

2. The Ahle Sunnah Wal Jama’at believes that it is permissible to recite the Durood Shareef before and after the Azaan. This is a current practice in many of the Arab countries.

 

3. The following Quranic verse commands us to send Durood and Salaam upon the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) and no specified time has been set aside for this. Allah Ta’ala says: “O ye who Believe! Send Durood and Salaams upon him in abundance.” (Part 22, Ruku 4)

 

4. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) said that when we hear the voice of the Mu’azzin, we should repeat whatever he has said and then send Durood Shareef upon him. He said that the person who sends one Durood upon him, Allah Ta’ala will send ten mercies upon that person. (Sahih Muslim, Al - Qaulul Badi) In this Hadith Shareef, proof is found here that the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) asked us to recite the Durood Shareef after the Azaan.

 

5. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) said: “If, when performing any good deed you do not commence with the praise of Allah and send Durood upon me, then that deed is empty of blessings.” (Al Jaame Sagheer) Which Muslim is there who does not consider the Azaan to be a good deed?

 

6. In fact it was Salahud’deen Ayubi (radi Allahu anhu) who gave the command of Durood Shareef to be recited before and after the Azaan. Hazrat Salahud’deen Ayubi (radi Allahu anhu) was a very great and pious King who liberated the Baitul Muqaddas. Great Muhaqiqeen and Muhaditheen made Du’as for him.

 

7. Hazrat Qaazi Iyaz (radi Allahu anhu) said that it is permissible to read Durood Shareef at the time of Azaan. He says, “And from among the occassions on which Durood should be sent, one of them is at the time of remembering him (Prophet Muhammad sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), when taking or writing his blessed name or at the time of Azaan.” (Shifa Shareef)

 

8. Hazrat Mulla Ali Qaari (radi Allahu anhu) in his book “Fathul Mueen” says that Durood should not only be recited before Azaan, but also before the Iqaamah.

9. Sheikh Kabeer Bakari (radi Allahu anhu) has stated that it is desirable to recite Salaatus Salaam before the Azaan and the Iqaamah.

 

10. Thus, to recite Durood Shareef before and after the Azaan is totally permissible and those who follow this are the Ahle Sunnah Wal Jama’at.

 

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