Questions and Answers (2)

This is the second page for question and answers. The first one here has become very crowded and gone down in the list of articles and so a new page is dedicated for it.

This blog witnesses a number of questions asked in the comments section that do not pertain to the article above. For issues that require a detailed response, an article is penned down; however, there are a number of issues that can be settled by a quick and short response. This page is dedicated to such questions.

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  2. Salamaleikom can you explain what islam Say About 6000 years creationism because i have found some hadith which im not sure if are authentic which speak about weekly day creation like Adam created in Friday ecc and the second i read about your post on yajuj majuj but Is there any way that from the text we can prove that yajuj Wa majuj live with us maybe you wrote but i didnt see It barakAllahfik

  3. Salam aleykoum brother Abu Rahma , I wanted to ask you if Sunan Abu Dawood 4361 where a Blind man kills his concubine is authentic ?

    • Wa’alaykumusSalaam wr wb, the Hadith is authentic and I will write on it soon iA. You will see a new article on it instead of a comment here. I cannot promise when but it is on my next to-do list.

  4. So I know that islam allows slavery, but I had a question about it. I heard from people who speak against islam that islam allows men to rape their female slaves or concubines. Could you please educate me on the matter?

  5. Salam aleykoum brother, I’m confused regarding this Hadith:

    Sunan Abi Dawud 2050
    Narrated Ma’qil ibn Yasar:

    A man came to the Prophet (ﷺ) and said: I have found a woman of rank and beauty, but she does not give birth to children. Should I marry her? He said: No. He came again to him, but he prohibited him. He came to him third time, and he (the Prophet) said: Marry women who are loving and very prolific, for I shall outnumber the peoples by you.

    I’ve seen people saying that marrying Barren Women is makhroo based on this Hadith . But doesn’t it contradict the Sunnah where the Prophet ﷺ didn’t have any Children from his wives except Khadidja and he advised to marry the religious women ?
    So I just wanted to ask you if it is true that marrying barren Women is makhroo .
    May Allah bless you .

    • Wa’alaykumusSalaam wr wb, makrooh is something that is not liked or is not the ideal thing and hence, if a man marries a woman knowing that she cannot conceive, he will develop ill feelings later on when he desires children and so to avoid problems later on, it is best not to delve into it. Something that is not ideal is *not necessarily a sin*.

  6. as-salāmu ’alaikum wa rahmat Allāhi wa barakātuhu

    I have many article-suggestions for you:) and they will also make fun cause these are things which do not exist in english language i.e. there is no refutation on these topics:

    – did the Qur’an plagiarize from the gospel of thomas? This claim originated from W. Atallah

    See footnotes 16-17 https://www.academia.edu/8998104/The_Quranic_Image_of_The_Table_descended_from_Heaven

    – meaning of „MARROW OF THE LEG-BONES CAN BE SEEN“ from hur al-any? Many islamophobes cite this hadīth and make fun of it… they say “how can this be attractive for a man?”

    – claim that Abu Hurayrah was a hypocrite because he only followed the prophet for food.

    “I used to accompany Allah’s Apostle to fill my stomach”

    – did Holy Prophet Muhammad (š-Allāh-’aws) plagiarize from gospel of Bartholomew?

    Then follows a series of hymns sung in heaven, eight in all, which accompany the reception of Adam and the other holy souls into glory. Adam was eighty cubits high and Eve fifty. They were brought to the Father by Michael. Bartholomew had never seen anything to compare with the beauty and Glory of Adam, save that of Jesus. Adam was forgiven, and all the angels and saints rejoiced and saluted him, and departed each to their place.

    – the reason why the prophet did this (this is also a hadīth which they cite for laughing):

    https://sunnah.com/bukhari:77

    Just choose the topics u want or none of them:) thank you for your excellent work, I really appreciate it 😊

  7. Salam aleykoum brother Abu Rahma , I wanted to ask you if it’s true that Imam Malik called Ibn Ishaq a liar in “Uyun al-athar, I, 16-7” ?

    • Wa’alaykumusSalaam wr wb, Ibn Sayyid al-Nas discusses criticism on Ibn Ishaq in the beginning of his book and defends him. Criticism he responds to includes Imam Malik’s harsh comment on those lines.

  8. Hey brother, I have a personal question I hope you don’t mind me asking you. Which madhab do you adhere to?

    • I don’t mind at all. Theologically I am Athari and in my writings I use all the schools to develop articles to clarify matters. Hanafis and Malikis are the most lenient in matters pertaining to non-Muslims so they save the day mostly lol. In my personal life, I follow the prevalent one of the land but don’t call myself as anything. I reside in UAE and they are officially Maliki 🙂 In my daily life I don’t come across areas of differences and I won’t ever need to divorce, Insha’Allah, so won’t come across differences in other matters too hopefully. In simpler terms, I ask a scholar with easiest access to me and follow the opinion and don’t delve into issues too deep and prefer focusing on making my ibadaat as good as I can.

  9. Salamaleikom First of all i want to thank you for the time you take the answer and May God bless you the new question i have Is about the hadith when were they available for people i mean the First Time because for example i couldnt find a sahih bukhari manuscript dating in the time of bukhari himself except a couple After him by century more or less so when were hadith canonized Sorry for the mistakes and the second Is about yajuj and majuj i read in your article that the Wall crumble might be Just happening at the same Moment of the yajuj and majuj invasion but if so whats point of mentioning the Wall fall if It has nothing ti do with the yajuj majuj Attack

    • Wa’alaykumusSalaam wr wb, thank you for the kind words. May Allah bless you.

      1) For the Sahih Bukhari question, I suggest this article: https://icraa.org/sahih-bukharis-original-copy/ Hadiths were recorded even during the life of the Prophet (s) and many Sahaba had written words from him. Later on, and way well before Imam Bukhari, there were many books of Hadith but these were like private collections. What the Hadith scholars like Imam Bukhari, Imam Muslim and others did was to compile them together instead of being scattered around as private collections.

      2) I believe that the wall has crumbled. Their initial attack was in the form of Mongol invasions and after Eisa (a.s.) comes, other groups of Yajuj and Majuj (Chinese) will attack. This is my view and I am open to being corrected and Allah knows best.

  10. Salam aleykoum brother , I wanted to ask you what are your thoughts of this Thread in Twitter by this Quranist ?

    • W/Salaam, sorry I missed this comment. Which Hadith do you mean? Can you please share? I know about pricking but kicking one I’m not sure. The pricking one is there on this site.

  11. Assalam U Alykum Brother. I hope all is well with you and you family during these times first and foremost. I was recently talking to a Christian on a YouTube comments section and he brought up the Hadith about the Prophet cursing the Jews and Christians for taking their Prophet’s grave as a place of worship. He raised two points. The first was when historically did the Christians and Jews take their Prophet’s grave as a place of worship. The other point was that he claimed that we as Muslims are cursed because well we have a masjid near the Prophet’s grave. I was just wondering if you could address these two points. Assalam U Alykum.

    • Wa’alayumusSalaam wr wb,

      The first question is very easy. Look at the Churches and tombs made on the burying places: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_burial_places_of_Abrahamic_figures

      The Prophet (s) was buried in his home and the Masjid was separate from it. Eventually the community expanded so much that the Masjid expanded as well to incorporate them and hence, the grave came inside the limits of the Masjid. The intention was/is not to take his burial place as a place of worship. Making a tomb on someone’s grave and then making it a place of worship is a separate matter and worthy of condemnation.

      • Salam brother, can you make a post on the attributes of Allah explaining it? Many Christians have used it to allege anthropomorphism and it’s given me some doubts.

  12. Salam aleykoum ahki, I heard that in the 4 Madhabs , it is said that we don’t kill a master for killing a slave as a Hudud . Is it true ? May Allah bless you .

  13. Assalamu Alaykum,

    What do you think about Rum being turkey because Rum at the time of the sahabas was the byzantine empire.

    Mehmed AL Fateh conquered Constantinople and declared himself the Caesar of rum.

    All ottamun sultanates had the title of Caesar of rum.

    The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople considered him the successor of rum.
    And the successor of the ottamans is Turkey.

    During the great War when the Muslims fight rum, they will conquer Constantinople.

    https://archive.org/stream/whoisrum/Rum_djvu.txt

    Please read this, it is a study on who is Rum.

      • Ibn Kathīr states in his tafsīr speaking about the Romans: “With regard to the Romans (Rūm), they are the descendants of Esau the son of Isaac, the son of Abraham (Al-ʿĪṣ bin Iṣḥāq bin Ibrāhīm)”

        At first this statement may seem odd to those familiar with the history of the Roman Empire, as it is well known that neither the Romans from the Western Roman Empire, nor those of the Byzantine Roman Empire were descended from the Biblical figure Esau who was a Semite from the Middle East. The origins of both the Western Romans and the Byzantines undoubtedly do not go back to Esau nor to any Semitic group, rather the origins of the earliest Romans go back to the tribe of the Latins (Latini) who spoke an Indo-European language (Latin) and had no links whatsoever to the Semites. The Latins had founded a number of states in the central Italian peninsula which fought one another in the Latin wars, until the strongest of the states defeated the rest and established itself as the state of all the Latins, that city-state as we know is none other than Rome. It is therefore established in history that Rome was originally founded by the Latins. So why then did Ibn Kathīr state that the Romans were descended from Esau the Semite from the Middle East? The origin of this statement is found in narrations of the Rabbis and scholars of the Jews, who associated the Romans with the Edomites. In fact, the Roman Empire and even Rome itself was commonly referred to by the Jews as Edom (meaning ‘red’ in Hebrew), a practice which continues up until today. Who then were the Edomites? They were in fact the direct descendants of Esau, who was commonly known by his nickname ‘Edom

        The reason why the Jews associated the Edomites with the Romans was because the Edomites who were located in what is today south-west Jordan as well as parts of the south-east of Palestine had allied themselves with the Romans, and it was from the Edomites that one of the ruling families of Palestine emerged. The ruler from this family that is most well-known from history is Herod the Great, allegedly the ruler of Palestine at the time of the Prophet Jesus. Herod was ethnically an Edomite and ruled on behalf of the Roman Empire which at the time was still based in Rome. The Jews therefore associated the Roman Empire with the Edomites, as the Romans that they. dealt with and knew of were in fact ethnic Edomites who ruled over the Palestinian areas of the Roman Empire. The fact that the Jews viewed the Edomites as Romans further shows that even to the Jews the definition of Rūm was a political one and not an ethnic one. The Jews called the Edomites as Romans because the Edomites had joined the Roman Empire and became governors of the Roman provinces in Palestine. Yet another understanding that can be gained from this is that the Jews viewed the Edomites as Romans even though the Edomites followed the Jewish religion, proving that even though the Edomites did not share the pagan religion of those in Rome, that they were still part of Rūm.

        Again, it should be kept in mind that these claims regarding the Edomites are not from the Qur’an or the Sunnah but rather are narrations from the Jews and therefore do not constitute proofs for us, even though they are mentioned by Ibn Kathīr. However the premise that Rūm could be associated with an ethnic group other than the actual Romans from the Italian peninsula is something seen to have been universally accepted and this definition was used by Muslims, Jews and even the Romans themselves.

        This association mentioned by Ibn Kathīr of Rūm with the Edomites therefore does have a historical basis to it, as the Romans absorbed the Edomite lands and caused the demonym ‘Edomite’ to effectively disappear, as they had come to be known as Romans and they became governors of the Roman provinces in the Middle East. The Edomites became Romans and lost their identity of Edomites over time until they were no longer recognised as being Edomites but were fully integrated Romans. This is why eventually the name ‘Edomites’ was dropped and was replaced with ‘Romans’, much like the descendants of the Aztecs today no longer call themselves Aztecs, but instead call themselves Mexicans, having adopted the name given to the land by the Spanish conquistadores. This is how the people that were formerly known as Edomites became known as the Romans of Palestine. Ibn Kathīr continues, “They are the cousins of the Children of Isrā’īl, and are also known as Banī Al-Aṣfar”

        The Edomites were closely related to the Jews (Banī Isrā’īl) as they were both descended from the Prophet Iṣḥāq which is why Ibn Kathīr referred to them as being cousins. It is said by the Jews however, that the Edomites turned away from the religion of Iṣḥāq and began to worship the Roman idols alongside Allah, and therefore they were considered to be apostates by the Jewish tribes who shunned the worship of idols. The name ‘Edom’ itself means ‘red’ in the Hebrew language and is known to be another name of Esau, as it was said that when he was born that he was reddish in complexion. Therefore, the name ‘Edomites’ literally means ‘the sons of the reddish one’. What is very interesting is that the term used by the Arabs to commonly refer to the Romans was ‘the sons of the yellow one’ (ie. Banī Al-Aṣfar). At first it may seem that the 2 colours red and yellow are entirely different and could not in fact be referring to the same individual or people, however a deeper knowledge of Ancient Hebrew will quickly show that they are most likely in fact referring to the same colour. In the Ancient Hebrew language there was no clear way to say ‘yellow’ as no word for the colour yellow existed in their language at the time. One of the closest words used to describe the color yellow in the Ancient Hebrew language was yarūq which actually meant ‘green’, however at times it was also used to refer to the colour of gold, which we associate with the colour yellow. The fact that yellow as a colour did not exist in the Hebrew language means that there was no way to express that something was yellow, rather a Hebrew speaker would compare the shade of yellow that he saw to the nearest colour available, and in the case of a greenish-yellow he would call it green, and if it were a reddish-yellow he would call it red. This means that the usage of the term Edom to describe a ‘reddish’ newborn may have actually been referring to a colour that we in the English language would more likely associate with the colour yellow, something that is very common in newborns who are jaundiced, especially as a jaundiced baby does often appear to be reddish (the word jaundice itself comes from the French word jaune meaning yellow). This is why it is very likely that when the Jews called Esau ‘reddish’ that they were likely referring to a yellowish shade rather than a deep red.

  14. Salam aleykoum brother Abu Rahma ,I’m really co fused regarding the Hadith of Adam AS being 60 cubits. The Critics of Islam says that it’s totally unscientific and that we don’t have fossils of Giants . I heard Muslims saying that his height of 60 cubits was on Paradise and others said that he was 60 cubits on Earth .Which opinion is correct and how should we respond to those allegations ? May Allah bless you .

  15. Salam aleykoum ahki , Some critics of Islam find it difficult to imagine that the Qu’ran is perfect because they argue that we must look on the Tafseer and the Ahadith to check the “context ” of every verse . And for them , it’s a proof that the Qu’ran is incomplete and imperfect. And they say that we can ,for example , read the French constitution without looking at other texts to check the context .How should we respond to this allegation ? May Allah bless you .

    • Wa’alaykumusSalaam wr wb, why does France have lawyers and complicated legal books explaining the law in detail? They also need explanation. Moreover, the Qur’an’s message is easy to grasp and understand but the more detailed you want to go, the more assistance you would need.

  16. Jazak’Allah khair for your efforts akhi, I seriously and genuinely appreciate it. People like you mean the world and are a great khair to this Ummah. Keep up the good work my brother,

    Sincerely your brother in Islam -Nas

  17. Assalamu alaykum, i have a question regarding the deities worshipped by the people of noah

    Sahih International: And said, ‘Never leave your gods and never leave Wadd or Suwa’ or Yaghuth and Ya’uq and Nasr.

    Verse (71:23)

    The question is I have read these false deities were also worshipped in arabia too.

    bu-al-Mundbir related that [his father] al-Kalbi once said: I was told by Malik ibn-Harithah al-Ajdari that he himself had seen Wadd, and that his father was wont to send him to it with some milk saying, “Offer it unto thy god to drink.” Malik added, “I used to drink the milk myself.’ He also said, “I also saw it after Khalid ibn-al-Walid had destroyed it and smashed it into pieces.” For the Apostle of God had, after the battle of Tabuk, sent Khalid ibn-al-Walid to destroy it. But the banu-‘Abd-Wadd and the banu-‘Amir al-Ajdar resisted Khalid and attempted to defend the idol. Khalid, therefore, fought and defeated them, and then destroyed [the shrine] and demolished the idol. Among those killed in battle on that day was a man of the banu-‘Abd-Wadd whose name was Qatan ibn-Shurayb. His mother happened upon him dead and thereupon cried out saying:

    “Verily friendiship doth never last, Nor do the blissful times ‘er endure; A mother’s love doth not save a son From misfortune, nor his life insure.” She then said:

    “O thou the centre of my love, The source of all my joy and mirth! Would that thy mother were never born, Nor e’er to thee hath given birth.” After which she fell over his body sobbing and died. Hassan ibn-Masad, the cousin of al-Ukaydir the ruler of Dumat al-Jandal, was also killed. [In short] it was Khalid who destroyed [Wadd].

    [The Book of Idols, By Hisham Ibn-Al-Kalbi, Pg 48-49]

    Ḥanan b. Ḥisda says that Abba b. Aybo says, and some say it was Ḥanan b. Rava who said that Abba b. Aybo says, “There are five permanent idolatrous temples: the temple of Bel in Babylon, the temple of Nebo in Borsippa[b], the temple of Atargatis in Manbij, the temple of Serapis[c] in Ashkelon, and the temple of Nishra[d] in Arabia”.[18]

    if all humans descended from nabi nuh, does this mean these deities were continuously worshipped from the time of nabi Nuh?

    • Wa’alaykumusSalaam wr wb, many of the deities of idol worshippers are Jinns/shayateen and they live long. What was worshipped by the people around Nuh (a.s.) continued to be worshipped by idolaters later on as well. It doesn’t mean that they were continuously worshipped non-stop throughout history (but it may be though). If idol worship stops for five thousand years and then someone reaches out to Iblis to worship him, Iblis may send forth one of his teammates and that may be the same one worshipped five thousand years ago. We don’t know if there was a gap in the worship of Wadd, Suwa’, Yaghuth, Ya’uq, and Nasr or whether they were worshipped continuously throughout till Islam came; the source of them is the same i.e., Iblees. Btw, humanity is descended not just from Nuh (a.s.) but also from the people with him on the Ark.

  18. Salamaleikom i find this quote on the internet Is supposedly a tafsir from imam al qurtubi on the hadith of the prophecy of the beduins Building High buildings i Will Copy paste the quote Al-Qurtubi said:”What is meant here is the prediction of a reversal in society whereby the people of the desert country will take over the conduct of affairs and rule every region by force. They will become extremely rich and their primary concern will be to erect tall buildingand take pride in them. We have witnessed this in our time as well as the import of the hadith: “The hour will not rise until the happiest man will be the depraved son of a depraved father (lukka` ibn lukka`),” and also “if the leadership is entrusted to those unfit for it, then expect the hour,” both found in the authentic collections. The problem Is that he wrote “we have witnessed this in our time the problem Is how Is this possibile and Is the quote reliable jazakAllahkhairan

    • Wa’alaykumusSalaam wr wb, there are many signs which even our grandparents’ generation (and even before) thought were completed. For example, people in 1400s or 1600s or 1800s would also agree that killings have increased, crimes are rampant, other sins have increased. Remember the saying of the Prophet (ﷺ) that his generation is the best one followed by the next one and then the next. Things have gone from good to bad and worst from generation to generation. Many of the signs have been occurring since centuries, even as far as 800+ years ago, and these are the general ones; specific ones have also occurred and many are yet to come. During the time of the Prophet (ﷺ) and even before, two story houses used to exist and later, taller constructions became more common. In our times, we see this sign to be the most prevalent and common.

      • jazakAllahkhairan for the answer but the One about Killing Is of course a lot more vague and more ways of interpretation but this seems a lot more detailed arabs beduins tall buildings Rich its strange that al qurtubi said It happened in his time ah by the way im not sure if the quote Is authentic or its wordings are right

      • So this Hadith mentions construction of tall buildings and “When a slave gives birth to her master”. This refers to surrogate mothers where the sperm and the egg of a couple are placed in the womb of another woman (on rent). The one renting her womb is the mother in this case: {Their mothers are none but those who gave birth to them}. [Q.58:2]

        Below are some key points:

        1. Employment is a more humane form of modern slavery
        2. The one who bears the child on rent is kind of like a slave
        3. In many cases she is more than an implied slave and a more direct one such as rich ones appointing a maid (a practical slave with higher rights sometimes)
        4. Having children with slaves wasn’t uncommon during and before the Prophet (ﷺ)’s time and hence, there has to be more than just a slave having a child from her master
        5. This Hadith is a spectacular one in the sense that it explains Iman and Ihsan and summarizes Islam so beautifully and concisely and for the end times signs, two signs are mentioned together – competing in construction and slave giving birth to her master. Both are most relevant to our times and surrogacy is a modern phenomenon.

        It is fine if Al-Qurtubi felt that the sign took place in his time. That is a perspective from that time period and justified in having it; now we have more evidences and observations; time has shown that his view was also correct and is more correct in our times.

  19. Salam aleykoum ahki , I’m confused regarding this Hadith:

    https://sunnah.com/ibnmajah:2660

    Also , in his Tafsir of Surah 5 verse 45 , I’ve read that Ibn Kathir mentioned that the vast majority of scholars held the belief that a Muslim should not be killed if he kills a kaffir .
    Doesn’t it contradict the Qu’ran where it mentions that we must practice justice and equity ?
    I don’t get Why is a Muslim killed for his murder of another muslim but not for a kaffir ?
    May Allah bless you .

  20. As Salam u alaykum, there is this page called “religious research institute” and they have a few videos too, called Quran and history on subjects such as Midianities, Antioch, thamud. You should look into them and write responses to their works. Jazak’Allah khair

    • the website is religion research institute* by “Dr” Rafat Amari*. They put out specious arguments and he even has two books, one you can find pdf which I hope you can debunk in sha Allah. Let me know please I yearn/beg. Jazak’Allah khair.

    • Wa’alayumusSalaam wr wb, I had a brief look at the website and the topics seem to be covered. You can search on this blog for relevant topics. If there is something in particular you would like addressed, please let me know and I’d be glad to help iA.

  21. Assalamu Alaykum,

    Do you know the classifications of these narrations. I found in kitaab al fitan by nuaym ibn hammad.

    944.Ibn al-Musayyib: There will be a tribulation in Syria, of which the first will be child’s play, then nothing will be right for people, and there will be no community until a herald calls out from the heavens: “Go to so-and-so,” and a hand will be apparent, pointing. Ibn al-Musayyib: same other than he said: A herald will call out from the heavens: “Your commander is so-and-so!” (1)

    940. Sa’id b. al-Musayyib: There will be tribulation, the first part of which is child’s play, every time it is quiet from one side, then it flares up on the other, but it will not end until a herald from the heavens will call out: “Is not the commander so-and-so!” Ibn al-Musayyib intertwined his hands until they were shaking, then said: “This commander is true!” three times.

    626. Sa’id b. al-Musayyib: There will be a tribulation in Syria -every time it dies down on one side it flares up on the other, and will not cease until a herald calls out from the heavens: “Your Commander [of the Believers) is so-and- so.”

    629. Abū Hurayra: The fourth tribulation is the blind one, dark-night, tossing like the sea, no Arab or non-Arab house will remain without being filled with humiliation and fear. It will cross Syria, strike Iraq, surround al- Jazīra with its hands and feet, flattening the community like leather. The trial will be intense during it until the good will be rejected while the evil will be known (affirmed), and no one will able to say: Hold on! Every time you patch it from one side it rips apart from the other. A man will wake up a believer, but go to bed an unbeliever=none will be saved other than one who prays the prayer of one drowning in the sea, it will last twelve years, revealing when it reveals, when the Euphrates will have uncovered a mountain of gold, they will fight over it until out of every nine, seven will be killed.

    939. Abū Hurayra: The Messenger of God said: The fourth tribulation is eighteen years, then it will disclose what it discloses, when the Euphrates reveals a mountain of gold, the community will turn upside down over it, and then seven out of every nine will be killed for it. [208]

    Interestingly, the syrian civil war was started by a group of boys who graffited anti Assad slogans.

  22. Assam U Alykum brother I have 2 things that I would like for you to address In Sha Allah. The first one is about the Hadith in Saheeh Bukhari Volume 004, Book 052, Hadith Number 256. I was just wondering if you could go more in depth in the situation and explain it because it’s a bit confusing for me and has brought on some doubts. I would also like to ask you if you could address something someone brought up to me. They claimed that Allah was a pagan God because the Prophet’s father’s name was Abdullah which means slave of Allah and this apparently shows that the pagans worshipped Allah. I was wondering if there was any truth to this claim and if you could refute that notion.

    • Wa’alaykumusSalaam wr wb,

      If a Hindus who worship idols says ‘O God help’ does this mean that a Christian who calls out to God worships the same idol?
      Christians worship what they consider ‘the son of God’ and Japanese considered their emperor the son of God; does this mean that Japanese worshipped Jesus?

      Allah is the One True God who was worshipped by Ibrahim (a.s) and his descendants. Even the Jews and Christians in Arabia called God as Allah and the same was true for idol worshippers. They called God as Allah as well. Ibrahim (a.s) was not an idol worshipper and he was a true believer. Later on his descendants deviated from the correct path and introduced idol worshipped and mixed the true faith and falsehood. They carried some of the truth such as the Kaabah, the Hajj and so on but polluted it with false rituals, idol worship, and many self-made concepts among others. They retained bits of truth while rejecting others. They believed in Allah but not in the correct way; they attributed daughters to Him and had a belief of Him that is not suitable to His Greatness and Majesty.

  23. Salam aleykoum , I have a question regarding this Hadith :

    Abu At-Tufayl narrated:
    “When the Messenger of Allah had conquered Makkah, he
    sent Khalid bin Al-Waleed out to An-Nakhla, where Al-
    Uzza was. It consisted of a shrine positioned above three
    acacia trees. He cut down the trees and destroyed the
    shrine and returned and reported to the Messenger of
    Allah, but he told him, “Go back; you have done nothing.”
    Khalid did so and when the temple guardians saw him
    they hurried off up into the mountain, saying, “O Uzza,
    cut him down! O Uzza, disgrace him! If you don’t, you’ll
    have to die!”
    When Khalid reached there he found a naked female with
    dishevelled hair piling dirt over her head and face. He put
    her to the sword and killed her, then returned and
    reported to the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم ,who commented, “Yes, that
    was Al-Uzza .

    (Sunan Al-Kubra An-Nasai 6/474, Al-Bayhaqi. Imam Muqbil bin
    Hadi’ee Al-Wadi’ee said that this narration is Hasan in As-Sahih Al-
    Musnad 533. Imam Al-Hakim said that this narration is Sahih in Al-
    Mustadrak ‘Ala As-Sahihain 4/784.)

    Why did the Prophet ﷺ ordered to kill this Woman ?
    May Allah bless you

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