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    Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning (OP)


    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

    Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning

    ( First are the Asmaa’ullahi Al-Husna in Arabic only, then is Their transliteration and translation in English, followed by their explanation One By One)


    هوالله الذي لا إلاه إلا هو ألرحمن, ألرحيم,

    الملك, القدوس, السلام, المؤمن, المهيمن, العزيز,


    الجبار, المتكبر, الخالق, البارئ, المصور, الغفار,

    القهار, الوهاب, الرزاق, الفتاح, العليم, القابض,

    الباسط, الخافض, الرافع, المعز, المذل, السميع,


    البصير, الحكم, العدل, اللطيف, الخبير, الحليم,


    العظيم, الغفور, الشكور, العلي, الكبير, الحفيظ,


    المقيت, الحسيب, الجليل, الكريم, الرقيب, المجيب,


    الواسع, الحكيم, الودود, المجيد, الباعث, الشهيد,


    الحق, الوكيل, القوي, المتين, الولي, الحميد,


    المحصي, المبدئ, المعيد, المحي, المميت, الحي,

    القيوم, الواجد, الماجد, الواحد, الأحد, الصمد,

    القادر, المقتدر, المقدم, المؤخر, الأول, الآخر,


    الظاهر, الباطن, الوالى, المتعالى, البر, التواب,


    المنتقم, العفو, الرؤوف, مالك الملك, ذوالجلال و


    الإكرام, المقسط, الجامع, الغني, المغني, المانع,


    الضآر, النافع, النور, الهادي, البديع, الباقي, الوارث


    الرشيد, الصبور


    In some other books there are three more beautiful names
    , they come in place of Al-Muqeet, and before Al-Muntaqim and Al-Maani’ respectively, they are :

    المغيث, المنعم, المعطي.






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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


    Quote Originally Posted by azc View Post
    قال الحافظ ابن حجر: "ولم يتواتر عن أبي هريرة أيضا، بل غاية أمره أن يكون مشهورا"1.
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    Will you elaborate?
    Ibn Hajar said the hadith is not Mutawaatir as the Om falsely claimed.

    It is mashhoor. A mashhoor hadith according to the scholars of hadith can be authentic or weak or fabricated. A Mutwaatir hadith cannot. It can only be authentic.
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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


    Quote Originally Posted by azc View Post
    قال الحافظ ابن حجر: "ولم يتواتر عن أبي هريرة أيضا، بل غاية أمره أن يكون مشهورا"1.
    ثالثا: الروا
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    Will you elaborate?

    Why are you posting twice.

    Second, you asked a question and I gave you an answer. Answer that. Otherwise, I will take it you are not serious. I repeat my answer.


    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeshanParvez View Post
    When a Name is muqayyad it means it has been used in combination with something. It is not stand alone. Without the combination it does not impart perfection in meaning. It does not impart praise.

    Take the word Mudhhib [مُذهِب]

    You cannot add an alif laam to it, make it المذهب and claim it is the Name of Allaah.

    We have in a hadith:


    Narrated `Abdul `Aziz:

    Thabit and I went to Anas bin Malik. Thabit said, "O Abu Hamza! I am sick." On that Anas said, "Shall I treat you with the Ruqya of Allah's Messenger (ﷺ)?" Thabit said, "Yes," Anas recited, "O Allah! The Lord of the people, the Remover of trouble! (Please) cure (Heal) (this patient), for You are the Healer. None brings about healing but You; a healing that will leave behind no ailment."

    [Sahih al-Bukhaari Hadith No. 5742]

    Look at the phrase The Remover of trouble.

    mudhhib means Remover. Can you based on this Hadith add an Alif Laam to mudhhib and make it al-Mudhhib [the Remover] and say this Name belongs to Allaah?

    No, because the Qur'aan and Sunnah do not use it in that way. Instead, it is muqayyad with trouble. The Remover of trouble. This form is what imparts perfection in meaning. It imparts praise.

    مُذهِب البأس

    You use it like that in the muqayyad form because the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) used it like that.


    The same applies to muntaQim.

    Look at the Verses which use the word. Do they use it alone? Or do they use it in conjunction with the wrongdoers?

    Let me help you. Consider the following Verse


    And who is more unjust than one who is reminded of the verses of his Lord; then he turns away from them? Indeed We, from the criminals, will take retribution.

    [Qur'aan 32:22]


    Allaah takes retribution from the criminals. You have to use it like this. Does He take retribution from someone who is not a criminal?

    It is muqayyad. It is not stand alone like al-Rahmaan. It is not stand alone like al-Rahiim. It is not stand alone like al-Waduud.

    Has Allaah said anywhere in the Qur'aan that he is al-Muntaqim? No.

    He has used it in muqayyad form.


    Do you understand muqayyad now or are you still confused?

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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeshanParvez View Post
    When a Name is muqayyad it means it has been used in combination with something. It is not stand alone. Without the combination it does not impart perfection in meaning. It does not impart praise. Take the word Mudhhib [مُذهِب] You cannot add an alif laam to it, make it المذهب and claim it is the Name of Allaah. We have in a hadith: Narrated `Abdul `Aziz: Thabit and I went to Anas bin Malik. Thabit said, "O Abu Hamza! I am sick." On that Anas said, "Shall I treat you with the Ruqya of Allah's Messenger (ﷺ)?" Thabit said, "Yes," Anas recited, "O Allah! The Lord of the people, the Remover of trouble! (Please) cure (Heal) (this patient), for You are the Healer. None brings about healing but You; a healing that will leave behind no ailment." [Sahih al-Bukhaari Hadith No. 5742] Look at the phrase The Remover of trouble. mudhhib means Remover. Can you based on this Hadith add an Alif Laam to mudhhib and make it al-Mudhhib [the Remover] and say this Name belongs to Allaah? No, because the Qur'aan and Sunnah do not use it in that way. Instead, it is muqayyad with trouble. The Remover of trouble. This form is what imparts perfection in meaning. It imparts praise. مُذهِب البأس You use it like that in the muqayyad form because the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) used it like that. The same applies to muntaQim. Look at the Verses which use the word. Do they use it alone? Or do they use it in conjunction with the wrongdoers? Let me help you. Consider the following Verse And who is more unjust than one who is reminded of the verses of his Lord; then he turns away from them? Indeed We, from the criminals, will take retribution. [Qur'aan 32:22] Allaah takes retribution from the criminals. You have to use it like this. Does He take retribution from someone who is not a criminal? It is muqayyad. It is not stand alone like al-Rahmaan. It is not stand alone like al-Rahiim. It is not stand alone like al-Waduud. Has Allaah said anywhere in the Qur'aan that he is al-Muntaqim? No. He has used it in muqayyad form. Do you understand muqayyad now or are you still confused?
    tanks for this explanation. One more thing, Do other scholars differ in this issue (muqayyad)..?
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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeshanParvez View Post
    Ibn Hajar said the hadith is not Mutawaatir as the Om falsely claimed. It is mashhoor. A mashhoor hadith according to the scholars of hadith can be authentic or weak or fabricated. A Mutwaatir hadith cannot. It can only be authentic.
    good ! Then here, Does ibn hajar considers it as mash'hoor and authentic ?
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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeshanParvez View Post
    Ibn Hajar said the hadith is not Mutawaatir as the Om falsely claimed.

    It is mashhoor. A mashhoor hadith according to the scholars of hadith can be authentic or weak or fabricated. A Mutwaatir hadith cannot. It can only be authentic.
    Why do you claim that this hadeeth of the names of Allah is not mutawaatar? ???

    Do you claim that Allah ordered His Messenger (salla Allaho alaihi wa sallam) in the Holy Quraan to pray / supplicate with Allah's names but didn't give him a list of the names? Then Allah and Allah's Messenger (salla Allaho alaihi wa sallam) left the whole Ummah to take the names of Allah from Ibn Uthaymeen? Is this claim based on wisdom and justice?

    Answer the questions with correct knowledge not with personal attacks.

    There are so many scholars who have explained these names on you tube, in books and on some websites. Why don't you fight with them to change or omit the list of Allah's names??? You have been struggling a lot to force me alone to change or omit the names of Allah! Why???


    Recently I heard from a scholar that an Islamic teacher /scholar was teaching his students. He told them a hadeeth without a chain of narrators. The student objected to the sanad of the hadeeth as it was without chain of narrators. The teacher then told him a chain of names and the student was satisfied. Then the teacher said to him, " all these names that I told you were the names of my students. So he made it clear that from a chain of some names the authenticity of a hadeeth cannot be proved. I heard great scholars of the present bright era saying that a true authentic hadeeth is the one whose matan (Contents) are in accordance with the Holy Quraan. The same is my belief.
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    For the translation and short explanation of the surahs / verses of the Holy Quraan go to


    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAb...TcknAmy9Y5Bv1A

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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


    Quote Originally Posted by azc View Post
    good ! Then here, Does ibn hajar considers it as mash'hoor and authentic ?
    Read what I posted here. It answers your question.

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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeshanParvez View Post
    Ibn Hajar said the hadith is not Mutawaatir as the Om falsely claimed.

    It is mashhoor. A mashhoor hadith according to the scholars of hadith can be authentic or weak or fabricated. A Mutwaatir hadith cannot. It can only be authentic.
    This topic requires time....
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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


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    What's the full name of walid bin Muslim?
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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeshanParvez View Post
    When a Name is muqayyad it means it has been used in combination with something. It is not stand alone. Without the combination it does not impart perfection in meaning. It does not impart praise.

    Take the word Mudhhib [مُذهِب]

    You cannot add an alif laam to it, make it المذهب and claim it is the Name of Allaah.

    We have in a hadith:


    Narrated `Abdul `Aziz:

    Thabit and I went to Anas bin Malik. Thabit said, "O Abu Hamza! I am sick." On that Anas said, "Shall I treat you with the Ruqya of Allah's Messenger (ﷺ)?" Thabit said, "Yes," Anas recited, "O Allah! The Lord of the people, the Remover of trouble! (Please) cure (Heal) (this patient), for You are the Healer. None brings about healing but You; a healing that will leave behind no ailment."

    [Sahih al-Bukhaari Hadith No. 5742]

    Look at the phrase The Remover of trouble.

    mudhhib means Remover. Can you based on this Hadith add an Alif Laam to mudhhib and make it al-Mudhhib [the Remover] and say this Name belongs to Allaah?

    No, because the Qur'aan and Sunnah do not use it in that way. Instead, it is muqayyad with trouble. The Remover of trouble. This form is what imparts perfection in meaning. It imparts praise.

    مُذهِب البأس

    You use it like that in the muqayyad form because the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) used it like that.


    The same applies to muntaQim.

    Look at the Verses which use the word. Do they use it alone? Or do they use it in conjunction with the wrongdoers?

    Let me help you. Consider the following Verse


    And who is more unjust than one who is reminded of the verses of his Lord; then he turns away from them? Indeed We, from the criminals, will take retribution.

    [Qur'aan 32:22]


    Allaah takes retribution from the criminals. You have to use it like this. Does He take retribution from someone who is not a criminal?

    It is muqayyad. It is not stand alone like al-Rahmaan. It is not stand alone like al-Rahiim. It is not stand alone like al-Waduud.

    Has Allaah said anywhere in the Qur'aan that he is al-Muntaqim? No.

    He has used it in muqayyad form.


    Do you understand muqayyad now or are you still confused?
    Then why the hadith of Tirmidhi was accepted by scholars?

    What's opinion of imam Tirmidhi Rh regarding this hadith of walid bin Muslim ?
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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


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    وليست العلة عند الشيخين تفرد الوليد فقط بل الاختلاف فيه والاضطراب وتدليسه واحتمال الإدراج

    Apparently it's not the opinion of Hafiz ibn hajar. Rh .rather he quoted the opinion of imam bukhari rh and imam Muslim rh

    Is it mentioned by shaykhen themselves what ibn hajar rh wrote or he assumed as such?
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    Re: Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names Of Allah And Their Meaning


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    Is it the same narrator?


    الوليد بن مسلم أبو العباس الدمشقي مولى لبني أمية يروى عن الأوزاعي والثوري ومالك روى عنه أحمد ويحيى وإسحاق وعلي وأهل بلده كان مولده سنة تسع عشرة ومائة ومات سنة أربع أو خمس وتسعين ومائة بذي المروة منصرفة من الحج وكان ممن صنف وجمع إلا أنه ربما قلب الأسامي وغير الكني

    Tarikhul Kabir al-Bukhari - التاريخ الكبير [ Hadith Narrator, Id:11870. - pg:Vol:8]

    الوليد بن مسلم أبو العباس الدمشقي مولى لبني أمية سمع الأوزاعي وعبد الرحمن بن يزيد بن جابر والثوري مات سنة خمس وتسعين ومائة

    Tabaqat Ibn Sa'd - الطبقات الكبرى ابن سعد [ Successor (Level 6), Id:6100. - pg:Vol:7]
    الوليد بن مسلم ويكنى أبا العباس أخبرنا أبو عبد الله الشامي قال كان الوليد بن مسلم من الأخماس فصار لآل مسلمة بن عبد الملك فلما قدم بنو هاشم في دولتهم فصاروا إلى الشام قبضوا رقيقهم من الأخماس وغيرهم فصار الوليد بن مسلم وأهل بيته لصالح بن علي فوهبهم الفضل بن صالح ابنه فأعتقهم الفضل فركب الوليد بن مسلم إلى آل مسلمة فاشترى نفسه منهم فأخبرني سعيد بن مسلمة بن عبد الملك قال جاءني الوليد بن مسلم فأقر لي بالرق فأعتقته وكان للوليد بن مسلم أخ يقال له جبلة كان له قدر وجاه بالشام وكان الوليد ثقة كثير الحديث والعلم حج سنة أربع وتسعين ومائة في خلافة محمد بن هارون ثم انصرف فمات بالطريق قبل أن يصل إلى دمشق

    Siyar A'lam al-Dhahbi - سير أعلام النبلاء - الذهبي [ Successor level 9, Id:5060. - pg:9/211-220]
    الوليد بن مسلم ع
    الإمام عالم أهل الشام أبو العباس الدمشقي الحافظ مولى بني أمية قرأ القرآن على يحيى بن الحارث الذساري وعلى سعيد بن عبد العزيزوحدث عنهما وعن ابن عجلان وثور بن يزيد وابن جريج ومروان بن جناح والأوزاعي وأبي بكر بن أبي مريم الغساني وعفير بن معدان وعثمان بن أبي العاتكة وعبد الرحمن بن يزيد بن جابر وعبد الرحمن بن يزيد بن تميم وعبد الله بن العلاء بن زبر وسليمان بن موسى وإسماعيل بن رافع وحنظلة بن أبي سفيان وصفوان بن عمرو وشيبة بن الأحنف وعبد الرحمن بن حسان الكناني وحريز بن عثمان وهشام بن حسان وعبد الرزاق بن عمر الثقفي ومعان ابن رفاعة وشيبان النحوي وسفيان الثوري ومالك والليث وابن لهيعة والمثنى بن الصباح ويزيد بن أبي مريم وسعيد بن بشير وعدد كثير وارتحل في هذا الشأن وصنف التصانيف وتصدى للإمامة واشتهر اسمه وكان من أوعية العلم ثقة حافظا لكن رديء التدليس فإذا قال حدثنا فهو حجة هو في نفسه أوثق من بقية وأعلم
    حدث عنه الليث بن سعد وبقية بن الوليد وهما من شيوخه وعبد الله بن وهب وأبو مسهر وأحمد بن حنبل ودحيم وأبو خيثمة وإسحاق بن موسى وعلي بن محمد الطنافسي وأحمد بن أبي الحواري ونعيم بن حماد ومحمد بن عائذ وداود بن رشيد وسويد بن سعيد وعمرو بن عثمان وإبراهيم بن موسى ومحمد بن المثنى وأبو قدامة السرخسي وكثير بن عبيد ومحمد بن عبد الله بن ميمون الإسكندراني ويحيى بن موسى خت وأبو عمير بن النحاس ومحمد بن مصفى وموسى بن عامر المري ومحمود بن غيلان وأمم سواهم آخرهم وفاةحجاج بن الريان الدمشقي المتوفى سنة أربع وستين ومئتين قال محمد بن سعد كان الوليد ثقة كثير الحديث والعلم حج سنة اربع وتسعين ومئة ثم رجع فمات بالطريق قال دحيم كان مولده في سنة تسع عشرة ومئة قال الحافظ ابن عساكر قرأ عليه القرآن هشام بن عمار والربيع بن ثعلب
    قال الفسوي سألت هشام بن عمار عن الوليد بن مسلم فأقبل يصف علمه وورعه وتواضعه وقال كان أبوه من رقيق الإمارة وتفرقوا على أنهم أحرار وكان للوليد أخ جلف متكبر يركب الخيل ويركب معه غلمان كثير ويتصيد وقد حمل الوليد دية فأدى ذلك إلى بيت المال أخرجه عن نفسه إذ اشتبه عليه أمر أبيه قال فوقع بينه وبين أخيه في ذلك شغب وجفاء وقطيعة وقال فضحتنا ما كان حاجتك إلى ما فعلت
    قال أبو التقي اليزني حدثنا سعيد بن مسلمة القرشي أنا أعتقت الوليد بن مسلم كان عبدي
    وروى محمد بن سعد عن رجل أن الوليد كان من الأخماس فصار لآل مسلمة بن عبد الملك فلما قدم بنو العباس في دولتهم قبضوا رقيق الأخماس وغيره فصار الوليد بن مسلم وأهل بيته للأمير صالح بن علي فوهبهم لابنه الفضل ثم إن الوليد اشترى نفسه منهم فأخبرني سعد بن مسلمة قال جاءني الوليد فأقر لي بالرق فأعتقنه وكان له أخ اسمهجبلة كان له قدر وجاه قال أحمد بن حنبل ليس أحد أروى لحديث الشاميين من الوليد بن مسلم وإسماعيل بن عياش
    وقال إبراهيم بن المنذر الحزامي قدمت البصرة فجاءني علي بن المديني فقال أول شيء أطلب أن تخرج إلى حديث الوليد بن مسلم فقلت يا ابن أم سبحان الله وأين سماعي من سماعك فجعلت آبى ويلح فقلت له أخبرني عن إلحاحك ما هو قال أخبرك إن الوليد رجل أهل الشام وعنده علم كثير ولم استمكن منه وقد حدثكم بالمدينة في المواسم وتقع عندكم الفوائد لأن الحجاج يجتمعون بالمدين
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    Should we not respect the differences of scholars pertaining to defining the names.

    معتقد أهل السنة والجماعة في أسماء الله الحسنى

    المبحث الثالث: مناهج الناس في تعيين الأسماء الحسنى
    المطلب الأول: منهج المعتمدين على العد الوارد في بعض روايات حديث أبى هريرة رضي الله عنه
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    المطلب الأول: منهج المعتمدين على العد الوارد في بعض روايات حديث أبى هريرة رضي الله عنه
    سبق وأن أشرت في مبحث ضابط الأسماء الحسنى إلى اختلاف مناهج العلماء في طريقة تعيين الأسماء الحسنى، وانقسام تلك المناهج إلى أربعة أقسام هي:
    1- منهج المعتمدين على العد الوارد في بعض روايات حديث أبي هريرة رضي الله عنه.
    2- منهج المقتصرين على ما ورد بصورة الاسم (أي ما ورد إطلاقه وترك ما يؤخذ بالاشتقاق أو الإضافة) .
    3- منهج المتوسعين الذين يذكرون المشتق والمضاف والمطلق من الأسماء، ولكنهم لا يفرقون بين صفة وصفة وفعل وفعل.
    4- منهج المتوسطين المعتدلين الذين يذكرون المشتق والمضاف مع المطلق، ولكنهم يفصلون بين ما يصح إطلاقه من الصفات والأفعال وبين مالا يصح إطلاقه.
    وسأتطرق في هذا المطلب للمنهج الأول من تلك المناهج الأربعة، وسأخصص لبقية المناهج مطالب مستقلة بها.
    أقوال أهل العلم في المنهج الأول:
    انقسم العلماء في اعتماد العد الوارد في حديث الأسماء إلى قسمين:

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    وَاٰخِرُ دَعۡوُٰنا اَنِ الۡحَمۡدُ لِلّٰهِ رَبِّ الۡعٰلَمِيۡنَ‏ 
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    For the translation and short explanation of the surahs / verses of the Holy Quraan go to


    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAb...TcknAmy9Y5Bv1A

 

 
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