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|Titulli: In the name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate! Sun 15 Aug 2010 - 15:02|| |
In the name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate!
take the case of the one who passed by a township that had fallen down
upon its roofs.*1 He exclaimed, "How shall Allah bring back to life this
township that has become dead?" *2
At this Allah caused him to die and he lay dead for a hundred years.Then Allah brought him back to l...ife and asked him,"How long have you lain here?" He answered. "I might have lain here for a day or a few hours."
said, "Nay, you have been lying here in this state for a hundred years:
now, just have a look at your food and your drink;they have not become
spoiled in the least.Then have a look at your ass, (and see that his
very bones have become rotten)and We have done this in order to make you
a Sign for the people.*3Look, how We raise up the skeleton and set the
bones (of the ass) and cover them with fleshand (put breath of life into
And when the Reality became manifest to him,he said, "I know that Allah has power over everything."
(Surah-2 Al-Baqarah ~ Ayah-259)
It is irrelevant to ask who the person was and the place where this
incident occurred. The real purpose in mentioning this event is to show
how Allah showed light to the one who had chosen Allah as his protector
and supporter. As for determining the name of the person and the
locality, we neither possess the means to do so, nor is such an
endeavour in any way beneficial. What seems to be evident from the
statement that follows is that the person concerned must necessarily
have been a Prophet.
*2- This question does not signify that the
person concerned denied or entertained any doubts regarding life after
death. His enquiry merely indicates his wish to have direct knowledge of
reality, like the Prophets of the past.
*3- The restoration of life
to a man considered to have died a hundred years ago was in itself
sufficient to make him, for his contemporaries, a living testimony.
Allahu ju shperbleft per postimin.