There is nothing called a ‘contagious disease’

Allah Pak Dictates “Ascribe no partners unto Allah”. Noor-e-Mujassam, Habeebullah, Huzur Pak Swallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam Commented, “It is Shirq (ascribing partners unto Allah) to believe that there is something called ‘inauspicious’ or that there are diseases which are ‘contagious’, or there is something inauspicious in an owl or in the month of Safar”. In fact, having had no syllabus on Islamic Aqeeda (beliefs) in the Muslim education systems, many people are maintaining such kufri and shirq concepts. Refraining from such kufri and shirq concepts is Far’d-Wajib (must) for all. Therefore, it should be Far’d–Wajib for a government of 97% Muslim population to include lessons on Islamic Aqeeda in all the Madrasah, schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutes.

Focal Wali-Allah of the age, Imam and Mujtahid of the age, Imaamul Aimmah, Qutwubul A’alam, Awladur Rwasool, Habeebullah, Mamduh Ha’drwat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam of Rajarbagh Shareef, Dhaka, Said, “Maintaining a wrong concept (Aqeeda) about something is reasons for losing Iman (faiths). Like believing that there is something called ‘inauspicious’ or that there are diseases which are ‘contagious’ or there is something inauspicious in an owl or in the month of Safar etc.” Habeeb of Allah Pak, Saiyidul Mursalin, Imaamul Mursalin, Noor-e-Mujassam, Huzur Pak Swallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam nullified all such kufri Aqeeda. Huzur Pak Swallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam Dictates, “There is nothing called a ‘contagious disease’, there is nothing inauspicious in an owl; having a rain shower with the rise or setting of stars is simply bogus and there is nothing inauspicious in the month of Safar.”
Mujaddidu A’azwam, Ha’drwat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “There has been deliberations regarding the month of Safar that there is nothing wrong or inauspicious in the month of Safar and generally there is nothing wrong or inauspicious in any of the months or days either.”
Mujaddidu A’azwam, Ha’drwat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “Calling a month, day or the time ‘inauspicious’ means calling Allah Pak so, since Allah Pak had created all these.”
Mujaddidu A’azwam, Ha’drwat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says that there are narrations in Hadis-e-Qudsi that, Allah Pak Dictated, “Descendants of Adam abuse the month, day or time, criticize them and distress Me by calling them evil but I Am The Creator of all these; they change on My Directions, they are under My Control.” Therefore, no month, day or time including the month of Safar may be considered evil or inauspicious. Anyone doing so shall be liable of committing kufri or shirq.”
Mujaddidu A’azwam, Ha’drwat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam, quoting from Kitab (books) like Bukhari Shareef, Muslim Shareef, Mishqat Shareef, Sharhut Tibwee, Sharhus Sunnah etc., says, ‘There are references in Hadis Shareef which says, Saiyidul Mursalin, Imaamul Mursalin, Huzur Pak Swallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam Dictated, “Do not consider anything as evil, but there is something as auspicious.” Ha’drwat Sahaba-e-Kiram RwadiAllahu Ta’ala Anhum urged, “Ya Rwasoolullah Swallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam! What is that auspicious thing?” He replied, “Good words which some of you might hear.”
Mujaddidu A’azwam, Ha’drwat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam, quoting from books like Tirmizi Shareef, Mawarid, Mishqat Shareef, says, ‘Saiyidul Mursalin, Imaamul Mursalin, Huzur Pak Swallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam Dictated, “Considering anything as evil or inauspicious is shirq”. He uttered this sentence three times.”
Mujaddidu A’azwam Ha’drwat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam remarked on the aspect of the correct Aqeeda on diseases that, “No disease is contagious. Considering this is a part of kufri and shirq.” Hadis Shareef has the reference that Huzur Pak Swallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam Dictated, “There is nothing called a ‘contagious disease’, there is nothing evil in an owl, or that there is nothing inauspicious in the month of Safar.” Then one man came up, “Ya Rwasoolullah Swallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam! Why then the condition of the camels, which were so lively and healthy like young deers, grazing on open grounds, are like this now? Suddenly a skin-diseased camel came up from somewhere and mixed up with this herd of the fresh ones, making all of them similarly skin-diseased?” Then Huzur Pak Swallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam countered them, “Alright, where from then the first camel picked up that skin problem?” This means that the way the first one had caught the disease, others picked it up the same way. (Bukhari Shareef, Mishqat Shareef, Sharhus Sunnah). Through these Hadis Shareef references, it is sufficiently proved that, in Islam, there is nothing called ‘contagious disease’ and believing in them is kufri and shirq.”
Mujaddidu A’azwam Ha’drwat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “The gist is: It is Shirq (ascribing partners unto Allah) to believe that there is something called ‘inauspicious’ or that there are diseases which are ‘contagious’, or there is something evil in an owl or in the month of Safar”. In fact, having had no syllabus on Islamic Aqeeda (beliefs) in the Muslim education systems, many people are lacking the correct teachings and hence maintaining such kufri and shirq concepts. Refraining from such kufri and shirq concepts is Far’d-Wajib for all. Therefore, it should be Far’d–Wajib for a government of 97% Muslim population to include lessons on Islamic Aqeeda in all the Madrasah, schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutes.”

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  1. Very good job bhaijan…it will be very heplful for muslims to purify their Aqeeda.

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