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The Life of Hazrat Khizr (‘alayhis salam) - Sunni Aqeedah The Life of Hazrat KHIDR Alaihissalam (Sunni Aqida)

Posted 04 August 2005 - 12:21 PM (#1) User is offline   arshadmohd 

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There are differences (Ikhtilaaf) amongst the scholars regarding whether Khidr (Alay hissalaam) is still alive, or has died.  There also exists Ikhtilaaf regarding whether Khidr (Alay hissalaam) was a Prophet or a saint. Many scholars are of the opinion that he is still alive, while others, such as Hafidhh Ibn Taymiyyah and his followers is of the opinion that he has died.

Evidence suggesting that Khidr ‘alaihi salaam is alive

In Sahih Muslim we find the following narration:

Dajjaal will kill a person once and then bring him back to life, then he will ask him, “Do you believe that I am God?”  That person will reply, “No! I am convinced that you are the Dajjaal of which the Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) informed us”. Dajjaal will throw him in his fire, which in reality will be Paradise.The narrator of this Hadith is Abu Is-haaq who says: It is commonly known that this person would be Khidr (Alay hissalaam).

(Sahih Muslim, Chapter on Dajjaal)

Abu Is-haaq was amongst the Taba’tabi’een and it was common knowledge during that period that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) was alive and his death will occur at the time of Dajjaal. 

Hafidhh Ibn Kathir states:

King Zulqarnain discovered a type of water referred to as the ‘water of life’ which when drank would allow a person to remain alive forever.  He departed with many people searching for it, and Khidr, (Alay hissalaam) was also with him. At one place Khidr (Alay hissalaam) drank some water and the King did not.

[Tareekh by Ibn Kathir, volume 1 chapter Zulqarnain]

Hafidhh Ibn Hajar Asqalani says in his A’sabah that Khidr’s name is in the list of Companions of our Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace).) 

Hafidhh Ibn Kathir writes: “ When the Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) departed from this world, Umar heard someone come into the house but saw no-one, when he asked, Umar said it was Khidr (Alay hissalaam)”.  Then a voice was heard which said, ‘O household of the Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), be patient’. Ali said it was Khidr (Alay hissalaam).”

Imam Bayhaqi said: “These narration’s are weak, but there are so many similar narrations, which suggests that they do have some origin. The coming of Khidr upon the death of the Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace).

(Sirat-un-Nabi and Tareekh ibn Kathir chap Demise of Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) by Hafidhh ibn Kathir).

Other narrations of a similar nature can be found including the following made by someone who is very much respected by certain factions :

Ibn Muhammad bin Abdul Wahaab al Najdi writes, “After the death of the Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) a voice was heard, ‘O family of the Prophet, be patient and peace be upon you.’” [Mukhtaser Sirat-ur-Rasool, Chapter ‘Death of Prophet’]

We can mention here a very important scholarly point that are made by countless scholars including Hafidhh Ibn Kathir who writes,

“If there exist many narrations regarding one issue, then even if they are weak, they can be accepted.” [Tafsir Ibn Kathir (Surah Al-An’am, verse 123]

Hafidhh Ibn Kathir states that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) was the son of Adam (Alay hissalaam),  who prayed to Allah: ‘O Allah, give my son Khidr a long life so that he lives until the Day of Judgement’. Adam (Alay hissalaam) also told Khidr (Alay hissalaam) ‘O my son, you shall bury me after my death’. He also gave him news of his long life. Khidr (Alay hissalaam) also sat in the boat of the Prophet Nuh (Alay hissalaam). 

[Tareekh by Ibn Kathir, Volume One, Chapter ‘Musa and Khidr’]

There have been many narrations of various types some which have been rejected by the scholars for example Hafidhh Ibn Kathir rejected the statements which claimed that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) was the son of Pharaoh or that he was born during Pharaoh’s time. He strictly says he was alive a long time before Musa (Alay hissalaam).

[Tareekh by Ibn Kathir, Volume One, Chapter ‘Musa and Khidr’]

Imam Dhahabi writes, Umar bin Abdul Aziz was talking with a man. After he had finished talking with him, he returned and someone asked him who, he had been talking with. He replied, “He was Khidr and he came to give me some good news, that I will be the ruler of the Muslim world.”

(Tadkarahtul Huffaz biography of Umar bin Abdul Aziz by Imam Dhahabi)

Imam Nawawi also provides many references and statements given by many scholars, proving that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) is still alive.  (Sharh Muslim, Chapter on Dajjaal)

From the aforementioned evidence, it can be clearly seen that the narrations support the opinion of those Ulama who say that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) is still alive.

Some people raise a question by saying:

In Bukhari there is a Hadith where the Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) states, ‘Of all the people who are alive upon the earth on this day, none will be living in a hundred years time’.

Secondly he said that: The Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) supplicated (du’a) upon the occasion of the battle of Badr.  “There are three hundred and thirteen people with me. If we do not triumph then no one will be left to worship you Oh Allah.”  Following this evidence, Hafidhh Ibn Taymiyyah and his follwers conclude that if Khidr (Alay hissalaam) was alive then he should have joined the army and made the number amount to three hundred and fourteen.

Answers to the objections

(1) The Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) stated: “Of those alive on the earth, none will be alive in a hundred years time”. It is possible that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) at that particular moment was present in a location other than this world (dunya). Just as Isa (Alay hissalaam) was also ‘alive’ at that time. If Isa (Alay hissalaam) never came down to help the Prophet Muhammad (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) in the battle of Badr then this did not break his promise that he made with Allah most High, in the spiritual world.  In the same manner, there is nothing inappropriate regarding the fact that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) never joined the army for the battle. Having said that there is no confirmation that he did or did not join the Muslim army in the Battle of Badr since he is an unseen person. It may also be possible that he joined, but our Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) never mentioned his name like the thousands of angels who fought in this great battle  but the Prophet (May Allah bless him and grant him peace) never mentioned all their names. So this means that Hafidhh Ibn Taymiyyah’s suspicions are insufficient to support the opinion that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) has died. There is not even a single weak Hadith to support this opinion let alone an authentic one.

(2) At the time of the Battle of Badr the population of the Muslim Ummah was not just three hundred and thirteen, In fact there were Muslims present in Madinah Munawarah who did not fight in the battle.

The explanation of the du’a is. ‘There will be none to worship you with victory.’ For no doubt the Muslims in Madinah, Abysinnia and Makkah would have continued to worship Allah.

From the aforementioned, according to Hafidhh Ibn Kathir, Khidr (Alay hissalaam) was alive from the time of Adam (Alay hissalaam) up until the time of Musa (Alay hissalaam). It seems rather unusual that Ibn Kathir rejected the understanding that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) could not live after the time of Musa (Alay hisalaam)

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To conclude this chapter, it is clear that Ibn Taymiyyah and those who adhere to his principles do not believe that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) is alive.

It is very disturbing to see that on one side many narration’s exist which prove the validity of Khidr (Alay hissalaam) being ‘alive’ but on the other side there are the suspicions of Ibn Taymiyyah and those who blindly follow him. Such as, Hafidhh Ibn Kathir, who after having written the above narrations was convinced by Hafidhh ibn Taymiyyah’s understanding, still continue to create doubts in the minds of Muslims.

It must be understood that the belief that Khidr (Alay hissalaam) is still alive is not a matter of aqeedah and has no relation to Imaan and kufr.

We ask Allah  ‘O Allah whatever we have said, if it is true accept it but if it is false we ask you to forgive us’. Ameen!


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Posted 04 August 2005 - 11:41 PM (#2) User is offline   Secular-Revolution 

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Well Well Well.

Ibn-e-Taimiyah yet again.



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Posted 04 August 2005 - 11:44 PM (#3) User is offline   irfanrazakhan 

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QUOTEOriginally posted by: Mohammed Arshad
There are differences (Ikhtilaaf) amongst the scholars regarding whether Khidr (Alay hissalaam) is still alive, or has died.  while others, such as Hafidhh Ibn Taymiyyah and his followers is of the opinion that he has died.


 



haha...

Had to be him... funny thing is earliar today i was speaking to a aunty of mine, and she told me how some begharaat salafi tried to brainwash her son, and she told me how she threw chaplees at him and chased him away from her home.. And the man said on departure, you bidaatis dont even know how to pray namaz.. haha  


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Posted 05 August 2005 - 12:33 AM (#4) User is offline   Secular-Revolution 

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QUOTEOriginally posted by: Irfan Raza Khan
Had to be him...

LOL @ had to be him.



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Posted 05 August 2005 - 01:20 AM (#5) User is offline   Mystic 

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Excellent post. I never knew Khwaja Khizr (as) was alive since Prophet Adam (as) time. Prophet Ilyas (as) is also alive. He wanted to remain on this earth, so he can worship Allah (swt) while he is alive.
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Posted 05 August 2005 - 12:24 PM (#6) User is offline   Sariya-Islam 

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I love Khidr (alayhis salaam). May more be known about his life and history.


Lets say together "Ya RasoolAllah"<BR>I stand for a United Um'mah, InshaALLAH
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Posted 08 August 2005 - 02:40 AM (#7) User is offline   irfanrazakhan 

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QUOTEOriginally posted by: Sariya Islam
Bro Irfan your Aunty is really cool. Let her know she has a fan. I guess we should try her methods with the Salafis around here in Bombay. They are so NUTTY. Yesterday, one came to our door, and with his back to the door!!! asks my little Sis to send my Bro to their Masjid inspite of us telling them a hundred times in tones ranging from polite to downright rude, that we are Ashique e Rasools and Khwaja Saab's Followers. DUMB!!!


Ok sister i will let her know..  and will enquire further about her methods, if using a different type of chapalee makes a diff..

May Allah protect all Sunnis from these evil deviants... Ameen

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Posted 08 August 2005 - 03:44 PM (#8) User is offline   Husayni 

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Posted 08 August 2005 - 04:52 PM (#9) User is offline   Sariya-Islam 

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Ameen


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Posted 10 August 2005 - 11:04 PM (#10) User is offline   Arji 

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Asalam o alaykum,

As we're discussing Hazrat Khidr Alaihisalam, i recently heard in passing that theres a mountain in Wales called Mount Idris in the district of Snowdon. They say that the spirit of Hazrat Khizr is on this mountain.

I have been told its a very spiritual place and alot of non muslims have reverted there. I intend to make a trip down there soon insha'Allah. but has anyone heard or have any info around the subject?
One world, one way of life, one goal, one destiny...Insha'Allah janah
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Posted 04 September 2005 - 12:14 PM (#11) User is offline   msssd786 

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aoa salamz brother in islams, Hadrat Khizar aliye salamz, has very much big evidences you will find from quran the time of Hazrat Mouse (AS)... - If he is prophet/messenger of allah...wonderfulll (sibhan allah) - if not, then he is king of all oliya karam, all buzurgan-e-deen..he is on top of each and every saints... Hazrat Khizar (as) ki shan bayaan karna mumkin nahin in words...as his power no one can judge...allah tala nay bada fazal o karam kya hay.... The time of Hazrat Mouse(as), some people from BANI ISRAIL..."oh mousa! is there any one who is more powerfull than you...say he says NO...allah got angry on hazrat mousaAS...allah said ...Oh mousa! there is one person has more bigger power than you and knowldge...please go and look and learn from him....search him out...you can meet him only the place where 2 rivers meet join(intersact)...his name is hazrat khizar AS" if some one intrested to know more...i can try to send u more details of it... jazak allah khair
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Posted 04 September 2005 - 01:30 PM (#12) User is offline   arshadmohd 

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Assalamu Alaikum Prayer to meet Khidr (Alaihi Salaam) This prayer is recited in order to meet Hadrat Khidr (Alahi Salaam). Usually Hadrat Khidr appears in a dream and advises the supplicator. The condition is to say this prayer as the last thing before going to bed. The person must go to bed with wuzu without conversing with anyone after reciting this prayer. Lie down and fall asleep on the right side Of the body. First read any darood 11 times. Then read the following (below) prayer 15 times. Then end with recitation Of the darood 11 times. Ask Allah to send the Hadiya (reward) for the darood to Nabi Muhammad. Then ask Allah Subhana wa Ta Ala to make the meeting take place, insha Allah. Bismillah hir Rahman nir Raheem Bismillah hir Rahman nir Raheem Bismillahi al Amaan al Amaan Ya Hanaan al Amaan al Amaan Ya Manaan al Amaan al Amaan Ya da Yaan al Amaan al Amaan Ya subhan al Amaan al Amaan Ya burhaan al Amaan al Amaan MIn fitna tiz zAmaani wa jafaa Il ikhwani wa shar rish shaitan Wa zulmis sultan be fadhlika Ya Raheem Ya Rahman Ya zul Jalaali wal ikraam Wa sall Allahu ala khairi khaliqi hi Muhammadin wa alihi wa as haabi hi ajmaeen bi Rahmatika Ya Arham ar Rahimeen Wa sall Allahu ala Khairi Khaliqi Hi Muhammadin wa alihi wa as Haabi hi Ajmaeen bi Rahmatika Ya Arham Ar Rahimeen
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Posted 04 September 2005 - 08:11 PM (#13) User is offline   aishatarannum 

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The Ayats of Surah Kahf relating to The incident of Hazrat Musa(as):::::::

[Kahf 18:60] And recall when Moosa(as) said to his assistant, "I will not give up until I reach the place where the two seas meet or I have progressed for ages."

[Kahf 18:61] And when they reached the place where the two seas meet, they forgot about their fish, and it took its way into the sea, making a tunnel. (The dead fish came alive and went into the water.)

[Kahf 18:62] So when they had gone beyond that place, Moosa (as)said to his servant, "Bring our breakfast - we have indeed faced great exertion in this journey of ours."

[Kahf 18:63] He said, "Just imagine - when we had taken shelter near the rock, so indeed I forgot the fish; and none but Satan caused me to forget to mention it; and the fish took its way into the sea - its amazing!"

[Kahf 18:64] Said Moosa(as), "This is exactly what we wanted"; so they came back retracing their steps.

[Kahf 18:65] So they found a bondman * from amongst Our (chosen) bondmen, to whom We had given mercy from Us, and had bestowed the inspired knowledge from Ourselves. (* Hazrat Khidr - peace be upon him.)

[Kahf 18:66] Moosa(as) said to him, "May I stay with you upon the condition that you will teach me the righteousness that you have been taught?"

[Kahf 18:67] He said, "You will never be able to patiently stay with me."

[Kahf 18:68] "And how will you bear something which your knowledge does not encompass?"

[Kahf 18:69] Said Moosa(as), "Allah willing, you will soon find me patient and I will not do anything against your instructions."

[Kahf 18:70] He said, "Therefore if you stay with me, do not ask me about anything until I myself mention it to you."

[Kahf 18:71] So they both set out; until when they had boarded the boat, the chosen bondman ruptured the boat; said Moosa(as), "Did you make a hole in the boat in order to drown its passengers? You have indeed done an evil thing."

[Kahf 18:72] He said, "Did I not say that you will never be able to patiently stay with me?"

[Kahf 18:73] Said Moosa(as), "Do not apprehend me upon my forgetting, and do not impose difficulty on me in my task."

[Kahf 18:74] So they set out again; until when they met a boy, the chosen bondman slew him - Moosa said(as), "Did you slay an innocent soul not in retribution for another? You have indeed done an extremely evil thing."

[Kahf 18:75] He said, "Did I not tell you that you will never be able to patiently stay with me?"

[Kahf 18:76] Said Moosa(as), "If I ask you anything after this, do not stay with me; indeed your condition from me is fulfilled."

[Kahf 18:77] So they both set out again; until they came to the people of a dwelling – they asked its people for food - they refused to invite them – then in the village they both found a wall about to collapse, and the chosen bondman straightened it; said Moosa(as), "If you wished, you could have taken some wages for it!"

[Kahf 18:78] He said, "This is the parting between you and me; I shall now tell you the interpretation of the matters you could not patiently bear."

[Kahf 18:79] "In respect of the boat - it belonged to the poor people who worked on the river, so I wished to flaw it - and behind them was a king who would capture every sound ship."

[Kahf 18:80] "And in respect of the boy - his parents were Muslims and we feared that he may incite them to rebellion and disbelief."

[Kahf 18:81] "So we wished that their Lord may bestow them a child - better, purer and nearer to mercy."

[Kahf 18:82] "And in respect of the wall - it belonged to two orphan boys of the city, and beneath it was their treasure, and their father was a virtuous man; therefore your Lord willed that they should reach their maturity and remove their treasure; by the mercy of your Lord; and I have not done this at my own command; this is the interpretation of the matters you could not patiently bear."(* Hazrat Khidr was given the knowledge of the hidden - as in all three explanations he gave).

SubhanAllah........




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Posted 05 September 2005 - 12:15 PM (#14) User is offline   Reshmi 

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Salaam All.

I am totally amazed! I didn't know that Hadrat Khidr (AS) hadn't passed on!
Also, i was unaware due to my ignorance tht he had been on earth for such a long time-Mash-allah.

What's interesting is that In Jordan, in a city called 'Aljoun'. It is claimed that the rowdah that lies there is of Hadhrat Khidr (AS)!

So...i'm wondering as Hadhrat Khidr (AS) is still alive, who is it in that rowdah?

Fi Amaan Allah

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 01:42 PM (#15) User is offline   irfanrazakhan 

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Aslamoalaiykum

Intresting, how we are not aware of hazrat khidar  please brothers and sisters check the following threads for further enlightenment and further info into this freind of Allah InsAllah


Who is Khidr Alehissalam?

History of the Green Dome of The Holy Prophets Blessed Shrine!

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 02:04 PM (#16) User is offline   irfanrazakhan 

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Prayer to meet Khidr 

This prayer is recited in order to meet Hadrat Khidr (Alahi Salaam). Usually Hadrat Khidr appears in a dream and advises the supplicator. The condition is to say this prayer as the last thing before going to bed. The person must go to bed with wuzu without conversing with anyone after reciting this prayer. Lie down and fall asleep on the right side of the body.

1.First read any darood 11 times.
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Then read the following prayer 15 times.
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Then end with recitation of the darood 11 times.  


Then ask Allah Subhana wa Ta Ala to make the meeting take place, insha Allah.

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Bismillah hir Rahman nir Raheem Bismillahi al Amaan al Amaan
Ya Hanaan al Amaan al Amaan
Ya Manaan al Amaan al Amaan
Ya da Yaan al Amaan al Amaan
Ya subhan al Amaan al Amaan
Ya burhaan al Amaan al Amaan
Min fitna tiz zAmaani wa jafaa
Il ikhwani wa shar rish shaitan
Wa zulmis sultan be fadhlika
Ya Raheem Ya Rahman
Ya zul Jalaali wal ikraam
Wa sall Allahu ala khairi khaliqi
hi Muhammadin wa alihi wa as haabi hi ajmaeen bi Rahmatika
Ya Arham ar Rahimeen
Wa sall Allahu ala Khairi
Khaliqi Hi Muhammadin
wa alihi wa as Haabi
hi Ajmaeen bi Rahmatika
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Posted 01 January 2006 - 08:20 PM (#17) User is offline   sabina-khayam 

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I know this topic finidshed along time ago, but just to add kidr and Ilyas (alayhi aslaams) are both alive and Hazrat kidr salaam patrols the seas whilst hazrat Ilyas alayhi aslaam patrrol the skies. (keeping order). They both meet once a year on pilgramige to hajj and drink from the well of zam zamm and never have thirst or hunger for the whole year!!!

Read it on www.raza.co.za/ along time ago though so i do not know if that info is still there
hazrat umar (may allah be pleased with him) said "If a voice called from the sky and said all the people on earth are dwellers of heaven apart from one, I would fear that one to be me." "If I heard a voice call from the sky saying all the people on earth are dwellers of hell apart from one I would hope that one would be me!"
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Posted 01 December 2009 - 10:09 PM (#18) User is offline   Fardoon 

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Salaams,

TO THE PERSON ON THE PREVIOUS THREAD, COULD YOU PLEASE PLEASE RE-POST THE LINK FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GREEN DOME, I REALLY NEED IT ASAP FOR A QUESTION THAT HAS BEEN ASKED BY A WAHABI WHO SAY'S THE DOME WAS PAINTED GREEN BY BARELVI'S! LOLLL!! (obviously due to his jahiliyah)

JazakAllah, peace out!
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