The Sufi Gaze!!!

Below are some powers attributed to the sufis of the Chisti Tariqah by Zakariya Khandlawee al-Deobandee al-Hanafee (Mashaikh-e-Chist, Eng.Trans. Saadiq publications)

  • Any person, on whom Hazrat (Nizamuddin Deen al-Umri) cast his gaze would become a Shahid-e-Shuhood immediately. (Shahid-Shuhood is a high ranking Wali those who dwell in a lofty state of Divine Presence and Perception – Translator of Mashaikh-e-Chist) (page.192, Saadiq publications)
  • By a gaze of Hazrat Abu Ahmad (Khawajah Abu Ahmad Abdaal Chisti), a man could be transformed into a performer of karaamat. (page.145, published Majlisul Ulama of South Africa)
  • Hazrat Shaykh Abdul-Haqq Quddus Gangohi cast a powerful gaze of Tawajjuh on Moulana Jalal Deen. In consequsnce, his entire treasure of knowledge was affected. (page.188, Saadiq publications)
  • His (Khawajah Moinud Deen Chisiti) gaze was sufficiant to transform a man into a Sahib-e-Marifat.(page.45, Saadiq publications)
  • Khawajah Moinud Deen Chist became ba’yt to Hazrat Uthmaan Haaruni, and by his virtue of Tawajjuh, Moinud-Deen Chisiti attained perfection in sulook in a single day. (page.145, Saadiq publications)
  • Khawajah moinud Deen Chisti once passed by an orchard of a hostile Shiah chief, who would kill any person who adopted the names, Abu Bakr, Umar, and Uthmaan. Moinud Deen Chisti sat near the pond. The Shiah appeaerd in a furious state intending to kill Moinud Deen Chisti. But when Hazrat glanced at him, the shiah fell down. When he gained his consciousness, he was a transformed person and a staunch follower. (page.147, Saadiq publications)

Comment:

The Prophet’s ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) uncle Abu Talib was within sight of the Prophet ( صلى الله عليه وسلم), but he was not able to bring him to Islaam and Allaah said to him ( صلى الله عليه وسلم):

“Indeed, you (Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم) guide not whom you like, but Allaah guides whom He wills. And He knoes best those who are the guided” (Qur’aan 28:56)

Furthermore, the son of Nuh (عليه السلام) and the father of Ibraheem (عليه السلام) were within sight of these great Prophets, but they were unable to guide them.

Do the Deobandi’s believe in every tale without asking why the Prophets did not have these powers?

Source: AshabulHadeeth.com

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2 responses to “The Sufi Gaze!!!

  1. Disclose

    You’ve only quoted the following when it happened against the wish of The Prophet PBUH.

    The Prophet’s ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) uncle Abu Talib was within sight of the Prophet ( صلى الله عليه وسلم), but he was not able to bring him to Islaam and Allaah said to him ( صلى الله عليه وسلم):

    How could you skip plenty of Mushrikeen of Makkah and Jews of Madina who embraced Islam at first meeting with The Prophet PBUH. How did you forget the event when Umar R.A embraced Islam. Likewise much of the people entered into peace miraculously.

    You’re likely against the spirituality of Islam. Nothing else could be the case.

    • May Allah grant you success.

      Mushrikeen of Makkah and Jews of Madina who embraced Islam at first meeting with Muhammadur Rasoolullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wassallam. Was done through dawah and guidance from Allah. It was not merely done just looking at someone.

      Use your intellect, are their authentic stories that the Sahabah RadhiAllahu Anhum guide people via gazing at them. The Sahabah RadhiAllahu Anhum are far greater than your peers from Deoband my brother.

      Umar RadhiAllahu Anhu accepted Islam through the dua of Muhammadur Rasoolullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wassallam. There is no evidence of sufi nonsensical gaze.

      We are not against spirituality of Islam. We are against the evil innovations, misinterpretations and misguidance that is promoted in the name of Islam.

      I pray that Allah al-Mannaan guides us to beneficial authentic knowledge, sincerity and protection from attachments to falsehood and personalities.

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