Sunday, 1 February 2015

Writing The Holy Qur'aan With Blood And Urine

إنه لقرآن كريم في كتاب مكنون لا يمسه الا المطهرون 

Indeed, It is a Noble Qur'aan. In a Register well-protected. None touch it except the purified.

Holy Qur'aan {56:77-79}


For true Muslims, the Holy Qur'aan is the Divine message from Allah (swt), The Beneficial, The Merciful. It was given to us as a source of guidance so that we live a life of goodness along with righteous actions and to save us from ignorance. There is nothing equal to its magnificence nor will anything else ever be equal to its splendour. The Holy Qur'aan is the rope in which The Merciful Allah (swt) has instructed all Muslims to adhere strongly to.

Therefore it is of utmost importance that Muslims should treat the Holy Qur'aan with the highest respect at all times. However, we find that those who call themselves Muslims proudly emulate their spiritual leader, Mu'awiyah, who was from among those who displayed his respect for the Holy Qur'aan, the words of Allah (swt) our Magnificent and Merciful Lord by raising it on a lance during the battle of Siffin in an attempt to delude the masses in to thinking that he had such great love for Islam. 

With regards to the following Fatwa, one can only read on in horror and disgust and find it difficult to understand how it came to be. It is true that the Nasibi's blindly follow the practices of the so-called companions. Hence we question, is it now acceptable that the Holy Qur'aan is written with Najis fluids such as blood and urine in order to receive blessings from it? Would this not be classed as absurdity at the very least? Astaghfirullah.


Muhammad Amin ibn Abidin:

Healing with what is prohibited

His statement: [There is difference of opinion about healing with what is prohibited]. In Al-Nihayah from Al-Zakhira: It is allowed if healing is known through it and there is no other cure known for it. In Al-Khaniya about the meaning of the Prophet's (saw) statement: "Allah (swt) did not make your cure in what He made Haram (unlawful) to you." As Al-Bukhari has narrated, there is no problem in using something in which there is cure, as alcohol is allowed for the thirsty in emergency; and likewise the author of Al-Hidayah in Al-Tajnis, he says: If healing is known through it, then he can write Fatiha with blood on his forehead and on his nose, it is allowed for the healing purpose and also with urine too if it is for healing purpose then there is no problem in it.


Source: Radd Al-Muhtar Ala ad-Dur Al-Mukhtar. Vol. 1, Pg. # 365. 



Allamah Hassan bin Mansoor Qadhi Khan:

And if someone bleeds and the bleeding does not stop, so he wants to write something from Qur'aan with his blood on his forehead? Aboo Bakr Al-Iskaaf, may Allah (swt) have mercy on him, said: "It is allowed." He was asked: If he writes it with urine? He said: "If it is for the healing purpose then there is no problem in it." It was said: If he writes on a dead animal's skin? He said: "If it is for the healing purpose, then it is allowed."


Source: Fatawa Qadhi Khan. Vol. 3, Pg. # 305.




We have very specific rules about touching, copying and reciting the Holy Qur'aan only in the state of purity which is something these Nasibi's seem to forget, or indeed they simply prefer to follow the filth of their forefathers. They have disrespected the purity and sanctity of The Holy Qur'aan which one could argue takes them out of the fold of Islam and unworthy to give themselves the title of being a Muslim, thus making them no better than non-believers.

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