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imam bukhari
09-20-2010, 05:49 PM
Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (d. 728) said, “And this matter is from the fundamental principles and the disgust of the Salaf towards the one who opposed this was strong and intense. And they authored many well-known books in this regard.“

[Majmoo' Al-Fataawaa 2/469]

Imaam Al-Aajurree (d. 360) said, “And the apparent meaning of the Qur’aan makes it clear that the believers will see Allaah, The Mighty and Majestic. So having faith in it is obligatory and whoever believes in that which we have mentioned then he has acquired his share of goodness in this life and in the hereafter. And whoever denies all of what we have mentioned, and claims that Allaah, The Mighty and Majestic, will not be seen in the hereafter then he has disbelieved, and whoever disbelieves in this then he has disbelieved in many matters, having faith in which is obligatory.“

[Ash-Sharee'ah p. 275]

Imaam Ahmad
said, “Whoever says that Allaah, The Mighty and Majestic, will not be seen in the hereafter then he has disbelieved. Upon him is the curse of Allaah and His anger – whomever he may be from among the people.“

[Quoted in Ash-Sharee'ah p. 254]

Aboo Dawood As-Sijistaanee said, “I heard Ahmad Ibn Hanbal say, when something regarding the seeing of Allaah (in the hereafter) was mentioned to him, he became angry and said, ‘(Whoever says) Allaah, The Mighty and Majestic, will not be seen is a disbeliever.’ “

[Quoted in Ash-Sharee'ah p. 255]

[All the above was taken from "Foundations of The Sunnah" p. 20]

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M.I.A.
09-20-2010, 05:53 PM
im sure i have read that allah swt will not see some people on the day of judgement, it is in the quran im sure, just paraphrasing.
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Muhammad
09-26-2010, 02:37 PM
Assalaamu Alaykum,

Originally Posted by M.I.A.
im sure i have read that allah swt will not see some people on the day of judgement, it is in the quran im sure, just paraphrasing.
Be careful with this wording - Allaah (swt) sees and knows everything, but if what you mean is that He will not look at some people on the Day of Judgement with His mercy, that has been mentioned here. We also know that some people will be prevented from seeing Allaah (swt) on the Day of Judgement, (verse 83: 15):
(Nay! Surely, they will be veiled from seeing their Lord that Day.) meaning, they will have a place on the Day of Judgement, and lodging in Sijjin. Along with this they will be veiled from seeing their Lord and Creator on the Day of Judgement. Imam Abu `Abdullah Ash-Shafi`i said, "In this Ayah is a proof that the believers will see Him (Allah), the Mighty and Sublime, on that Day.''

http://tafsir.com/default.asp?sid=83&tid=57532

And Allaah (swt) knows best.
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M.I.A.
09-27-2010, 05:25 PM
Originally Posted by Muhammad
Assalaamu Alaykum,

Be careful with this wording - Allaah (swt) sees and knows everything, but if what you mean is that He will not look at some people on the Day of Judgement with His mercy, that has been mentioned here. We also know that some people will be prevented from seeing Allaah (swt) on the Day of Judgement, (verse 83: 15):
(Nay! Surely, they will be veiled from seeing their Lord that Day.) meaning, they will have a place on the Day of Judgement, and lodging in Sijjin. Along with this they will be veiled from seeing their Lord and Creator on the Day of Judgement. Imam Abu `Abdullah Ash-Shafi`i said, "In this Ayah is a proof that the believers will see Him (Allah), the Mighty and Sublime, on that Day.''

http://tafsir.com/default.asp?sid=83&tid=57532

And Allaah (swt) knows best.
fantastic, my mistake.
thanks for the clarification.
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selsebil
01-14-2011, 01:56 PM
Assalaam Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh,
The view of famous scholar Bediuzzaman Said Nursi in this issue:
The tafseer of the word " واليه المصير" :

That is, human beings are sent to this world, which is the realm of trial and examination, with the important duties of trading and acting as officials. After they have concluded their trading, accomplished their duties, and completed their service, they will return and meet once more with their Generous Master and Glorious Creator Who sent them forth in the first place. Leaving this transient realm, they will be honoured and elevated to the presence of grandeur in the realm of permanence. That is to say, being delivered from the turbulence of causes and from the obscure veils of intermediaries, they will meet with their Merciful Sustainer without veil at the seat of His eternal majesty. Everyone will find his Creator, True Object of Worship, Sustainer, Lord, and Owner and will know Him directly. Thus, this phrase proclaims the following joyful news, which is greater than all the rest:
“O mankind! Do you know where you are going and to where you are being impelled? As is stated at the end of the Thirty-Second Word, a thousand years of happy life in this world cannot be compared to one hour of life in Paradise. And a thousand years of life in Paradise cannot be compared to one hour’s vision of the sheer loveliness of the Beauteous One of Glory. You are going to the sphere of His mercy, and to His presence.
“The loveliness and beauty in all the creatures of this world and in those metaphorical beloveds by which you are so stricken and obsessed and for which you are so desirous, are but a sort of shadow of the manifestation of His beauty and of the loveliness of His Names; and all Paradise with all of its subtle wonders, a single manifestation of His mercy; and all longing and love and allurement and captivation, but a flash of the love of the Eternal Worshipful One and Everlasting Beloved. And you are going to the sphere of His presence. You are being summoned to Paradise, which is an eternal feasting place. Since this is so, it is not with weeping that you enter the grave, but smiling with expectation.”
The phrase announces this good news as well: “O mankind! Do not be apprehensive imagining that you are going to extinction, non-existence, nothingness, darkness, oblivion, decay, and dissolution, and that you will drown in multiplicity. You are going not to extinction, but to permanence. You are being impelled not to non-existence, but to perpetual existence. You are going to enter not darkness, but the world of light. And you are returning to your true owner, to the seat of the Pre-Eternal Monarch. You will not drown in multiplicity, you will take your rest in the sphere of Unity. You are bound not for separation, but for union.”
From: Risale-i Nur, 20 th Letter
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