Read your reply to my question. You say that there is no rebirth then what is the "chakar of ayula" as time and again refered by syedna in waaz. Also Sadiqali in his famous nashiayat says that "Lakho kholiya na baad insan nu kholiyu milu che". What I have mentioned is the idea in the nashiat and not the orginal bund. Also you have not answered my question in full. My question is - what happens at time of death and in Kabar. I have heard that at time of death we loose our power of speech and at that time we see our deeds as flash back. The soul remains in house for 3 days. The soul follows the janaza. In kabar the soul again enter the body and is then question for 3 days. How far this is true? Burhan, Pl. do not give me the half truth the way the priest family is doing so. I have thirst for the knowledge and I am not satisfied with your reply. Pl. elaborate. Thanks for your reply. Jajakalaho kher.
There is no Re-birth
In the name of Allah, We praise Him, seek His help and ask for His forgiveness. Whoever Allah guides none can misguide, and who-ever He allows to fall astray, none can guide them aright. We bear witness that there is no one (no idol, no person, no grave, no prophet, no imam, no dai, nobody!) worthy of worship but Allah Alone, and we bear witness that Muhammad (saws) is His slave-servant and the seal of His Messengers.
The word ‘Awliya’ is the plural of the word ‘Wali’ in the Arabic language. And the meaning of Wali is a good and close friend. Thus, when the word ‘awliya Allah’ is used, it basically means the friends of Allah. They are called so because Allah says in the Quran:
Allah says in the Holy Quran Chapter 2 Surah Al Baqarah verse 257: Allah is the friend (wali) of those who believe in Him. He (Allah) brings them out of the depths of darkness (ignorance), into the light (of guidance).
The above aayahs means that Allah is the friend of the pious believing people who believe and worship Allah Alone, without assocaiting or invoking others with Him.
‘Awliya’ has nothing to do with the concept of rebirth, which has absolutely no basis in the Quran. The concept of rebirth is not even accepted in any of the three major religions practised in the world today, Islam, Christianiy or Judism. This concept is probably derived from Hinduism or some other ‘ism’ and has absolutely nothing to do with Islam.
What Sadiqali has written in his nasihat is his imagination. It is obvious that he has not used the Quran as the basis of his philosophy.
Allah says in the Holy Quran Chapter 67 Surah Al Mulk verse 2: He (Allah) created death and life that He may test you, to see which amongst you is the best in deeds. Allah is All-Mighty and Forgiving.
The philosophy of Islam, as derived from the Quran, is clear. That Allah created man in this world to worship Him Alone, and see who amongst man does the best deeds. The one who believes and worship Allah Alone, without invoking others with Him, and does good deeds, will receive the Mercy and Forgiveness of Allah, and will be awarded the Gardens of Paradise. The one who disobeys Allah and does evil deeds will be punished in the eternal torture of Hell Fire. He is born once and dies once! The next time he will be raised up alive again will be on the Day of Judgement. Thus the concept of rebirth, i.e. to be born multiple times on this earth until he attains salvation, has nothing to do with the teachings of the Quran.
May Allah make us of those who always look towards the Holy Quran for guidance. May Allah make us of those who read and understand every aayah of the Quran, so that no poet and no philosopher can mis-guide us to the depths of ignorance after Allah has revealed the light of guidance, the Al Quran, to us. Ameen.
May Allah keep you and your families and all of us in His Mercy and Protection
May Allah guide you and us all to the Siraat al-Mustaqeem
Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allah’s Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me. Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.
Your brother and well wisher in Islam,