JA AL HAQ :
The Obliteration of Falsehood,
[A4] Hardback - 600 pages, [ ENGLISH ],
by Mufti Ahmad Yaar Khan Na'imi al-Ashrafi,
Transl. into English by Mawlana Omar Dawood Qadiri,
Published in South Africa.
Back in Stock February 2023
About the Book: The Obliteration of Falsehood is an English translation of Hadrat Mufti Ahmad Yaar Khan Ashrafi's, May Allah be pleased with him, celebrated Ja 'al-Haqq, one of the most complete, recognised and irrefutable works on proving the practices and beliefs of the Muslim Ummah for the questions raised in the modern era.
In an age wherein an increasing number of individuals believe they have the right and power to deduce the fundamentals of Islam based on a superficial understanding of the Qur'an and Hadith, Ja 'al-Haqq stands tall as a testament to the unsurpassed examinations and watertight judgements produced by the eminent researchers in the history of Islam.
Why are Muslims labelled as Hanafi, Shafi'i, Maliki & Hanbali? Why do they celebrate the birth of the Beloved Prophet, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam ? What is the need to use the Prophet, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam, as mediation to Allah, Subhanahu wa Ta'ala, when Allah, Subhanahu wa Ta'ala, is constantly with us? The pen of Mufti Ahmad Yaar Khan, May Allah be pleased with him, leaves no stone unturned in answering these and many other objections currently forwarded to the traditional, Sunni Muslims of our age, confirming that Sunni Islam is still the only path founded on the Qur'an & Sunnah and demonstrating why it remains followed by the largest group of Muslims in the world.----Sayyad Muhammad Aleem ud-Din Asdaq Misbahi 'Aazmi, (Founder, Rector & Principal of Darul Uloom Qadria Ghareeb Nawaz, Ladysmith, South Africa).
Table of Contents:
---About the Author,
---About the book,
---. Taqleed - Following the Four Imams,
---. The Prophets' Peace be upon him, 'Knowledge of the Unseen' (Ilm-e-Ghaib),
---. Proofs of 'Knowledge of the Unseen'
---. Discussion on Haazir & Naazir,
---. Proof of Haazir & Naazir,
---. Discussion on Calling the Beloved Prophet, Peace be upon him, a ''man'' or ''brother''
---. Discussion on proclaiming or calling out, ''Ya Rasulullah'' (O' Messenger of Allah!),
---. Discussion on Innovation (Bidat),
---. Discussion on Gatherings for Mawlid (Meelad Shareef) - Celebrating the Birth of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad, May Allah Bless him & Grant him Peace,
---. Discussion on the Standing (Salaam) of Meelad,
---. Discussion on Fatiha, after 3 days, 10 days & 40 days,
---. Discussion on Du'a after the Salaat al-Janazah,
---. Discussion on Constructing Domes over graves (Mazaars) of the Awliya-Allah,
---. Discussion on placing flowers and sheets (ghilaafs) on the graves and brightening them,
---. Discussion on Reciting Adhaan at the graveside,
---. Discussion on the Urs (Anniversary on the departure of a Saint),
---. Discussion on Journeying to Visit the Burial Paces (Ziyarah of Mazaars) of Saints,
---. Discussion on Writing Kafani or Alfi,
---. Discussion on Reciting Zikr Aloud,
---. Discussion on Preserving Animals in the names of the Saints (Awliya),
---. Discussion on Respecting Sacred Relics (Tabarukkat),
---. Discussion on ''Kissing the hands & feet'' of the Pious'
---. Discussion on Keeping names like Abdun-Nabi, Abdur-Rasul, etc,
---. Discussion on Isqaat (Reducing the responsibilties of the deceased),
---. Discussion on Kissing the Thumbs during the Adhaan,
---. Discussion on Reciting the Kalima or Naat whilst taking the Janazah to the cemetry,
---. Deobandi Belief & the Correct Islamic Belief,
---. The Prophets, alayhim as salaam, are Unable to Sin (Ma'sum),
---. Proofs that the Prophets are Unable to Sin,
---. The Taraweeh Salaah consists of 20 Rakaats ,
---. Discussion on Giving Three Talaaqs at once being Three,
---. The Importance of Taqleed (Following the Four Imams),
---. The Excellence of Imam Abu Hanifa, May Allah be pleased with him,
---. Discussion on Decorating/Illuminating the Masajid with lights, etc,
---. Discussion on Shabeena & it being a means of Reward.
This Book is an absolute necessity for Muslims of all backgrounds.