Abu Hibbaan & Abu Khuzaimah Ansaari
The rabid soofee Gibril Fouad Haddad in his born again soofee book, ‘Albani and his friends’ quotes from one Fadl al-Rusul Badayuni the soofee church father and what a great history he had we will mention his affair in detail in this series when we get to the stage of answering his book in great detail, but for now look at what this Badayuni said,
“Making idols for the purpose of being worshipped is not disbelief (Kufr).” (Fataawa Maulana Fadl Rasool Badayooni pg.14, Mufeed Khalaa’iq Press ShaahjahaanAbaad 1228H).
So this is the one who Haddad saw fit to quote from in order to rebuke
Imaam Muhammad Ismaa’eel Shaheed, the one who promoted and
allowed idol worship, need we say anymore.
Ahmad Raza Khaan “Our peer (holy men) can be present in every place in 10,000 places in 10,000 cities at one time” and he gives an example, “it was possible for Sayyidee Fathe Muhammad Quddus to be present in 10 different gatherings at once.” Then Ahmad Raza gives an evidence for this which was, “Look at Krishan Kehnayyah, he was a disbeliever and he would also be present in a number of places at once.” (Malfoozaat (1/141-142).
Ahmad Raza Khaan said in another book, “Shaikh Abul-Fath Jaunpooree was invited 10 times by the Messenger of Allaah (Sallalahu Alayhee Was-Sallam) on Rabee ul-Awwal to come after the Dhuhr prayer, so he accepted his invitation from every place. So someone asked him, “Oh sir you accepted the invitation from all 10 places and agreed to be (in all 10 places) after the Dhuhr prayer, but how is this possible.” He replied, “Krishan who was a disbeliever, would be in different places at one time, so Abul-Fath
can be present in 10 places, so then what is the amazement in this.”
(Ahkaam Sharee’at 2/192).
Ahmad Raza Khan said, “If someone is in the land of the disbelievers
residing in a village, for example if there are only hindus there and this person is unable to leave the place for some reason. So then tell us if a situation arises then who will he immediately ask (ie ask for a fatwa)? Then it will be said to him, “Ask the Pandit (a Pandit is a hindu priest).” (Fataawa Rizwiyyah 3/253)
Similarly on one hand Ahmad Raza Khaan held the nikah (marriage) of a Wahhabee to be invalid yet on the other hand he says if a Brahaman (A high form of Hindu priest) performs the nikah, the nikah will be valid!!!!! His exacts words, “The nikah will be valid as a nikah is the accepting of the vows, even if a brahaman performs it.” (Ahkaam Sharee’at 2/225)
So with the rabid soofee bareilwee’s, the church fathers of Haddad, the nikah if performed by a hindu brahaman priest is valid and what does a hindu priest recite, they recite nothing but from their holy books the Ashlook from the Vedas and Pauthiyah, because they do not know the Qur’aan and yet on the other hand if a follower of the Qur’aan, Sunnah, Hadeeth and aathaar, a Wahhaabee performs the nikah it is invalid!!!!!
It is not just marriage that is allowed, he Ahmad Raza Khaan allows their food whcih they distribute on their holy days. Ahmad Raza Khaan said, “Question, the sweets and other foods the kaafirs distribute on Haulee and Diwalee (Hindu and Sikh Festivals), is it permissible for the muslims to accept this or not? He replied, “Do not accept it on the day but if they give it to you the next day then you may take it.? (al-Malfoozaat 1/115).
An emiment soofee bareliwee scholar, Moulwee Ghulaam Jahaaniyyah said in a poem, “Having Ishq (love (of sexual nature) for Muhammad is not specific to the muslims, the Kautharee hindus also call upon the Muhammad.” (Hafat Aqtaab pg.123)
So this bareliwee soofee is trying to say the hindus will be at the Pool of Kauthar because they call upon Muhammad (Sallalaahu Alayhee Was-Sallam) and are his true lovers!!!!
Ahmad Raza Khaan was influenced so much by the hindu religious books that his poetry full of shirk is written based on the hindu sanskrit. (refer to his despicable book Khadaa’iq Bakhshish 3/70)
Ahmad Raza Khaan’s faithful disciple, Ahmad Yaar Khaan Na’eemee
Gujraatee the author of Jaa ul-Haqq said concerning Ibraaheem Alayhis-Salaam, “The mushrikeen (polytheists) show him respect by calling him Krishan.” (Noor al-A’rfaan pg.492)
He said in another place, “The mushriks of Hindh praise him by calling him Krishan and the mushrikeen of Arabia refer to themselves as Ibraaheemee.” Noor al-A’rfaan pg.590)
And this Ahmad Yaar Khaan Na’eemee said, “A religious hindu said to me, “The person you call Ibraaheem we call him Krishan Jee and we call Ismaa’eel, Arjun.” (Noor al-A’rfaan pg.492)
So all the above shows the influence of the hindu religion upon the
bareilwee religion and this duality is much deeper than we have mentioned