Mujhay Tableeghi Jama’at walon say MAHABBAT Kewn hai ??? (By Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza)

Mujhay Tableeghi Jama’at walon say MAHABBAT Kewn hai ??? (By Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza)

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Engineer Muhammad Mirza Ali


Mirza Ali

Muhammad Ali Mirza was born on 4 October 1977 in Jhelum, a city in Punjab, Pakistan. He is a 19th grade mechanical engineer in a government department.

Muhammad Ali Mirza, commonly known as Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza is a Pakistani Islamic scholar and commentator.

Is engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza Sunni or Shia?

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Engineer Muahmmad Ali Mirza is Sunni, Known "Mulim ilmi kitabi".

How do I contact engineer Muhammad Ali?

Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza

You can call on this phone number, which is "03215900162", and discuss your problem with them.

Who is Mirza Ali of Pakistan?

muhammad mirza ali

Muhammad Ali Mirza, commonly known as Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza is a Pakistani Islamic scholar and commentator.

What is the age of engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza?

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(Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza) Born: October 4, 1977 (age 46 years) Place: Jhelum Country: Pakistan

What is religion of Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza?

Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza is Muslim by religion. He is also known as muslim ilmi kitabi. He says " I,m Muslim Ilmi Kitabi".

What is the Education of Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza?

He is an engineer by profession. And also a "Pakistani Islamic Scholar". He studied in "University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila".

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  1. Nawab Raahat Saeed Khan Chhatari was a Governor of Indian Province of Uttar Pradesh (UP) during the 40s of last century.

    British gave him such a high post due to his faithfulness to British Govt and due to his non alignment with both Myuslim League and Congress.

    Nawab Chhatari writes from his memories that once he was called to London for some governmental work!!

    One of his close English friend who stayed as collector in India told him
    ‘Let me show you a place where no Indian has ever gone as far as I know.’

    Nawab became happy and that collector asked for Nawab saheb's passport to get the written permission from the government,

    After two days that collector said ‘We will start tomorrow morning-but we will go in my personal car as government vehicles are not allowed there’

    The next morning Nawab Saheb and that Englishman started for the place.They came out of the city and on the left side jungles started. In that jungle there was a narrow Road.

    The jungle was getting dense as they travelled further
    On either side of Road neither was there any vehicle nor was anyone walking on the road.Nawab Saheb was looking with amazement and more than half an hour passed while traveling.

    Suddenly a big gate was seen and at some distance there was a great building which was surrounded with such prickly bushes and trees that to reach inside it from any side didn't seem to be possible.

    Plenty of army men surrounded the building.

    Those army men outside, took the passport, and checked the permission letter and ordered the personal vehicle to be left there itself and to go and sit in army transport for further journey.

    Nawab Saheb and that English Collector sat in the vehicle of that guard and the journey on that narrow road restarted.
    The same dense forest and the wall of forest trees continued.
    Nawab Saheb started getting anxious, so the Englishman said “The destination is about to be reached”

    At last when a red bricked building could be seen , the soldier driver stopped the car and said “From now onwards you have to walk on foot".

    On their way to the building the Collector reminded Nawab Saheb that he has to only watch and they are not allowed to speak or to ask any questions.

    There was a wide space at the entrance of the building which was followed by numbered rooms.

    When he entered the open space, he observed a young well built man, wearing Arabic dress and having an Arabic style scarf on his head, came out of a room.

    Two similar young men came out of other room too.
    The first one said “Salam Alaikum” in Arabic tone and the other one said “Wa Alaikum Assalam –kya haal hai (How are you)”

    Nawab Sahib was astonished, he wanted to ask something but the Englishman quickly gestured him to remain silent.
    They reached the door of one of the rooms, inside of the room was carpeted in a mosque style.

    He observed that numbered students are sitting on its’ floor in Arabic dresses.

    Teachers were teaching them in Islamic Madrasa style.

    Students were asking questions in Arabic and at times in English.

    Nawab Sahib observed that in some room Qur’an was being taught and in another Qir’at was being taught, and in some other rooms the discussions on Tafseer was going on.

    At some places lessons from Sahih Al Bukhari were being taught and at others, Sahih al Muslim .

    In one of the room the debate between Muslims and Christians was going on.

    And in another room the discussions on problems of Fiqh was going on.

    In the biggest room, Qur’an translations in different languages was being taught.

    He observed that at every place only very minute problems were being discussed, such as what should be the method of taking bath, Wudhu, fasting and Sajda Suhoo,The tussle of Viraasat (inheritance)and Ridaa-at (acceptance).The importance of dress and beard, reading verses in a singing tone, the rituals of entering the bathroom, going out of house, problems of female and male slaves, Rites of Hajj, what type of goat and sheep to sacrifice, what type of knife to be used and whether which type of lamb is Halal or Haram.

    How to decide the day of Eid,and of Hajj; The problems of fulfilling the leftover prayers, Is it correct to eat on table or not and whether to wear English pants or not. The discussions on ladies tahara (Ritual cleanliness), Whether the prophet’s Meraaj was a spiritual journey or physical! Whether one should pray sura Fatiha behind Imam or not; Number of Tarawih should be 8 or 20; What should one do if the Wudhu breaks during prayer; Sood Mufarradh (Interest) is acceptable in Islam or no ;
    One teacher asked the question, first in Arabic then in English and at last in a very posh Urdu “Students should tell me now that bad omen,amulets and the condition of devil possessions are truth or no’ The whole congregation of about 35-40 students spoke first in English “TRUE TRUE”,then it repeated the same in Arabic and in Urdu too.
    One student stood up and asked if for Haj the niyyah is necessary, then how can one do the Haj for dead people as Qur’an says each one is responsible for his own action.?’
    The teacher said “Do not talk about the Qur’an, let Muslims stick to riwayaat,Wird and Istikhara, and make them busy in stars,luck and palmistry.”

    When they returned from the place, Nawab Chhatari asked that English collector “Why have you kept such a great Madrasa at
    such a secret place?”
    Englishman said “None among them was a Muslim, they all are Christians, and as soon as they finish their education, they are sent at some places specially of middle east, Turkey, Iran and India.

    When they reach there, they pray in some big mosque of that place and then say to the local prayer attendees that they are European Muslims and they are educated in Al Azhar university of Egypt and have acquired the degree of an Aalim.There is a dearth of religious institutions in Europe, so they cannot teach religion over there.

    And they tell them that they do not need any salary from them except some food and a place to live in. And they offer the services of Muezzin, Imam of the mosque and teaching Qur’an to local kids. In an educational institution, they fix themselves as teachers, and at times they give even Jumuah Khutba.”

    Nawab’s English guest astonished him when he told that the main purpose of that great Madrasa was to engage Muslims in Riwayaat,Wazeefas of Zikr,and issues of Nazar, and to keep them away from the Qur’an. Also try to decrease the status of Rasoolallah sallallahu alihi Wasallam –and should say that he was a devil possessed man.

    That English person revealed the secret that in 1920, the booklet “Rangeela Rassool” by Rajpal was published from this very institution.

    Similarly, many years back, this very institution put forward Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Qadiani as false prophet.

    The outlines of his books used to be prepared in this very building of London.

    It is said that even the book of Salman Rushdie was written through efforts of this Madrasa.

    A poetic line praying for help of Muslims

    “Khudaya Aisa na ho ki Maghrib rahan hi mera samaaj rakh le
    Hai Fitna Parwar Nizam e aalam tu apne Muslim ki laaj rakh le"

    Ameen

  2. تبلیغی جماعت والا اگر کراچی سے لاہور ا کر تبلیغ کر گیا ہے ۔۔۔۔۔اگر عمل یعینی اپنے معاملات سے بھی تصدیق کرواتا تو زیادہ اثر ہوتا۔۔۔۔۔اگر مستقل اپنے گھر کے ساتھ تبلیغ کرے اور عمل سے ثابت کردے
    تو زیادہ اپر پائے۔۔۔۔۔۔دین کے یہی ضرورت ہے ۔۔۔۔اور پھر 90 فیصد کہانیاں بیان کریں ۔۔۔تو دین کیا صرف کہانیوں کی تبلیغ ہو گی ۔۔۔اس طرف ارشاد ریکارڈ کروائیں۔۔۔شکریہ

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