Sahih Waseelah No 1 ( Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza )

Sahih Waseelah No 1 ( 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".

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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?

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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".


  1. "Aur Humne Koi Rasool Na Bheja, Magar Isliye Ki ALLAH Ke Hukoom Se Uski Ita'at Ki Jaye, Aur Agar Jab Wah Apne Jaano Par Zulm Kare(Gunah Kare). To Aye Mehboob Tumhare Huzoor Hazir Ho (Karib Hazir Ho)Aur Phir Allah Se Maafi Chahe Aur Rosool Inki Safa'at Farmaye To Jarur Allah Ko Bahot Tauba Qubool Karne Wala Meharban Payenge."


  2. This verse is very often misquoted.

    "O Allah! We would use our Prophet as a means to You and You then sent us rain; now we use our Prophet's uncle as a means to You, therefore send us rain!"
    Reference: Sahih Bukhari 1010, Book 15, Hadith 5.

    Whoever understands from this that `Umar only used al-`Abbas as his means and not the Messenger of Allah, upon him peace, because al-`Abbas is alive and the Messenger of Allah is dead – that person’s understanding is dead.” (Al-Maliki)

    In this hadees it is no where said that Hazrat umar says anything like that we cannot ask waseela from the prophet (Sallalahualaihiwasallam) now. It shows that apart from beloved prophet (Sallalahualaihiwasallam) we can also ask for waseela of other Sahabas (Radhiallahuanhu). Like prophet's uncle Al- Abbas (Radhiallahuanhu). By saying "O Allah we used to use of prophet as a means to you" Hazrat Umar (Radhiallahuanhu) proves that to take waseela was valid at the time of prophet (Sallalahualaihiwasallam) also. And now also it is allowed so we are doing it with the Waseela of his uncle Al-Abbas (Radhiallahuanhu) also which is even allowed. This statement does not say anything negative like, example Ya Allah now as the prophet is not present within us so we cannot ask for his waseela or anything like that xyz negative which can prove that waseela of the prophet is not allowed. Not at all. Where is it written that O Allah we cannot use the waseela of your prophet now. No where. Additionally it proves that Sahaba's waseela is also allowed. The words "Prophet's uncle" is also used in the dua. Hazrat Umar (Radhiallahuanhu) gave respect to his uncle also by seeking waseela with his name and proved to us that Waseela of the Prophet (Sallalahualaihiwasallam) & Sahabas (Radhiallahuanhu) is also valid.
    Naare taqbir, Naare Risaalat, Allahu Akhbar

  3. Questions?
    Can the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) hear us from far away when he was on earth or inside his grave? Can we ask dua with his Waseela even now after he is in his grave?

    The answer for both conditions (On earth & inside his (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) grave is the SAME. Because so far there is no such hadees or verse in the holy Quran that says that the power of the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) inside his grave has decreased or anything like that. Those who say that he (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) cannot walk, talk are wrong because even the angels don't walk, talk etc. They also help with the will of Allah Subhanatalla and also the prophet can do that. Obviously everything is possible with the will of Allah Subhanatalla only. Now the question is can he (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) listen or not?
    Yes he can.
    Ibn Majah Book of Establishing the Prayer and the Sunnah Regarding Them #1385
        Sunan Ibn Majah Vol. 2, Book 5, Hadith 1385
        Sunan Ibn Majah Vol. 2, Book of Establishing the Prayer and the Sunnah Regarding Them, Hadith 1385

    It was narrated from ‘Uthman bin Hunaif that a blind man came to the Prophet (Peace be upon him) and said:
    “Pray to Allah to heal me.” He said: “If you wish to store your reward for the Hereafter, that is better, or if you wish, I will supplicate for you.” He said: “Supplicate.” So he told him to perform ablution and do it well, and to pray two Rak’ah, and to say this supplication: “Allahumma inni as’aluka wa atawajjahu ilaika bimuhammadin nabiyyir-rahmah. Ya Muhammadu inni qad tawajjahtu bika ila rabbi fi hajati hadhihi lituqda. Allahumma fashaffi’hu fiya (O Allah, I ask of You and I turn my face towards You by virtue of the intercession of Muhammad the Prophet of mercy. O Muhammad, I have turned to my Lord by virtue of your intercession concerning this need of mine so that it may be met. O Allah, accept his intercession concerning me)”.

    This blind man made dua to Allah Subhanatalla by saying "O Allah". Means he is calling Allah Subhanatalla by saying "O Allah" and we all know that Allah can hear him. I am sorry to specify this "Allah can hear him" just to prove. Its obvious Allah can hear everyone. Then the blind man says "O Muhammad". He says "O Muhammad" when he is not in front of RasoolAllah. He says "O Muhammad" when he is at his own place!! That means he is calling to RasoolAllah. He is not doing it for formality. Its 100% valid without any ifs and buts because this dua has been taught by RasoolAllah (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) himself. He is saying this to the beloved prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) from his own place "O Muhammad, I have turned to my Lord by virtue of your intercession concerning this need of mine so that it may be met". He is not in front of the beloved Prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam). If the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) was not able to hear his words when he was not in front of the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) then why will he tell the blind man to call the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) while asking dua from his home? He (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) will never ever teach such dua that is not valid or not possible. That means the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) heard the blind person even when he was not with the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) at the time of making dua. This proves that the prophet can hear when he was alive. Just to prove I said the words "was alive". Astaghfirullah. He (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) is STILL ALIVE.

    Allah says in the Holy Quran:

    Reference 1:
     Those who are killed in the cause of Allah: Do not call them dead." In fact ! they are living, though you can not perceive that life.
    Surah No. 2, Al Baqr, Ayat No. 154

    Reference 2:
    And if you are killed or die in the cause of Allah, forgiveness and mercy from Allah are far better than all that they could amass (of worldly wealths).
    Surah No. 3, Al Imraan, Ayat No. 157

    Reference 3:

    DO NOT THINK of those who are killed in Allah's cause as dead. Nay! they are alive, and they are given sustenance from their Sustainer.
    Surah No. 3, Al Imraan, Ayat No. 169

    Now, speaking further, many people misquote this aayat.
    Truly thou will die (one day), and truly they (too) will die (one day). [az-Zumar 39:30]

    In this Aayat "will die" means "will taste death" because Allah Subhanatalla said in the Holy Quran "Every soul shall taste death" (al-Imran 3:185). Allah Subhanatalla did not say that every soul will die or will be kept dead till the day of judgement and be resurrected back on the day of judgement. No Allah Subhanatalla never said in any verse. He said "Taste death". This makes us understand that after tasting death the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) will be made alive again in his (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) grave because Allah himself says never to think them (Sallallahualaihiwasallam, Radhiallahuanhu) as dead.

    Secondly, this event is also misquoted.
    The Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) died and was buried in his grave, hence al-Siddeeq Abu Bakr (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: "Whoever used to worship Muhammad, Muhammad has died, but whoever used to worship Allaah, Allaah is alive and will never die."

    This statement, Al-Siddeeq Abu Bakr (may Allaah be pleased with him) said to the WORSHIPPERS to show them that Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) is not Allah. And don't pray to him (Sallallahualaihiwasallam). His message to convey to the worshippers was that "Prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) also tasted death so don't pray to him (Sallallahualaihiwasallam). He (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) is Allah Subhanatalla's prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam)Pray only to Allah Subhanatalla. And Allah Subhanatalla cannot taste death. So Allah Subhanatalla is only worth to pray. Anyone who tastes death is not worth to pray including our beloved prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam). We all know that we cannot pray to prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam). There is no point to quote this reference. Don't just read it. Understand what it means. One Aayat of the Holy Quran does not prove another aayat wrong. And the other Aayats say they (Sallallahualaihiwasallam, Radhiallahuanhu) are alive. That too many times. We are even restricted to think them (Sallallahualaihiwasallam, Radhiallahuanhu) as dead. Then no question arises about being dead.

    People make baseless arguements that the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) cannot walk, talk. Astaghfirullah. He "does not" do that is a different thing. Thinking that "he cannot" is different. Allah Subhanatalla said he is alive. Alive person can do what you & I do. No explanation is required in that. Not a single Hadis or verse in the holy Quran says that he cannot do things. We think with our common small mind and make judgements. Your mind even cannot see Allah doing things. Will you beleive that Allah does not do just because you cannot see him doing? By thinking this way for the beloved prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) you are putting your Imaan at risk by going against the holy Quran. Even the angels are not visible. Will you beleive they cannot help you? No because the Holy Quran speaks a lot about angels. So you will not say that. Same way the Holy Quran speaks about the "the people who died for Allah Subhanatalla" as alive so you cannot put your thinking in between that.

    This hadees proves that the Prophet's can even pray in their graves.
    Reference: Sahih Muslim, Book 030, Hadees 5858.
    Anas b. Malik reported Allah's Messenger(may peace be upon him)as saying: I came. And in the narration transmitted on the authority of Haddib (the words are): I happened to pass by Moses on the occasion of the Night journey near the red mound (and found him) saying his prayer in his grave.

    The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Verily, Allah has forbidden the Earth to consume the bodies of the Prophets.” (Sunan Abî Dâwûd (1047), Sunan al-Nasâ’î (1374), and Sunan Ibn Mâjah (1636).)

    If the prophets (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) can pray in their (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) graves then can't they listen to you? Obviously they can.

    No common person (alive) can hear a person making dua from a place far from his place. The prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) heard!! Don't compare Allah Subhanatalla's special people with common people like you. So why can't he (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) hear in his (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) grave when Allah Subhanatalla told they are alive? Definitely he can hear. Inspite of their (Sallallahualaihiwasallam, Radhiallahuanhu) existence if you think them (Sallallahualaihiwasallam, Radhiallahuanhu) as dead (Astaghfirullah) and do not ask their waseela for that reason than it is a different thing. That means your thoughts are going against the Holy Quran and Saheeh hadees just because your eyes cannot see them.

    Not one reference I have given. There are many references. That too sequence wise & with solid proof's which no one can deny. Every sect in Islam agrees with Waseela of an alive person. But many don't agree for the prophet (Sallallahualaihiwasallam) to be alive because they mix their thinking with Allah Subhanatalla's words. Allah Subhanatalla said "Alive" means yes "Alive". No ifs and buts in that. We have to agree. May Allah Subhanatalla grant hidaayat to everyone.
    Naare Taqbir, Naare Risaalat, Allahu Akhbar

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