O Grave worshippers! We want Answers

 

10 questions for the  Grave  worshipers  (Qabarparast).

 

In Indian peninsula and else where, it is quite common to invoke a dead person for example like yaa Khwaja, yaa Ali, etc etc, for situations when they need help.

 

So here is a list of queries that such a person should be asked:

 

1.

Can the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, hear from a long distance?

 

For eg. people can invoke Khwaja Ajmeri from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, USA, Canada, etc. from all over the world.

 

Can he, i.e., Khwaja Ajmeri, can hear them from such a long distance.

This is a very simple task for Allah (Subhanahu wataala) but is it possible for Khwaja Ajmeri also?

 

 

2.

Can the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, hear simultaneously from many people at the same time (Multitasking)?

 

For eg. many people may invoke Khwaja Ajmeri from all over the world at the same time.

 

Can he, i.e., Khwaja Ajmeri, can hear them at the same time or a queue is required.

 

This is a very simple task for Allah (Subhanahu wataala) but is it possible for Khwaja Ajmeri also?

 

 

 

3.

Can the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, understand all the different languages?

 

Because there are many different languages and dialects throughout the world.

A Tamil will invoke or call upon in tamil language.

A Srilankan will invoke or call upon in sinhalese language.

A Britisher will invoke or call upon in english language.

A French will invoke or call upon in french language.

A Chinese will invoke or call upon in chinese language.

An Indonesian will invoke or call upon in indonesian language.

An Arab will invoke or call upon in arabic language.

A Japanese will invoke or call upon in japanese language.

 

Sometimes it also happens that the person (for e.g., Khawaja Ajmeri) whom people are calling upon or invoking, died as an illiterate. So is it that, after his death, can he understands all the different languages and dialects?

 

This is a very simple task for Allah (Subhanahu wataala) but is it possible for Khwaja Ajmeri also?

 

 

 

4.

Can the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, can hear a dumb person or can he hear a person who is invoking him or calling upon him in his heart?

“And Allah is Knowing of that within the breasts.” 3.154

This is a very simple task for Allah (Subhanahu wataala) but is it possible for Khwaja Ajmeri also?

 

 

5.

Whether the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, needs to sleep or take a break? Or he (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri) is ever awake and doesn’t require a rest?

 

As we know very well that Allah (Subhanahu wataala) never requires a sleep or rest as follows:

“Allah! There is no god but Him: the Living, the Eternal. He neither slumbers nor sleeps.” – 2.255

 

If the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, needs to sleep or take a break then we must have a time table so as to when we should call or invoke him so that he may not get disturbed or the call should not get unheard.

 

For instance, the person may be calling or invoking YA KHWAJA al madad, but KHWAJA might be having a nap, so no help for the poor caller.

 

This is a very simple task for Allah (Subhanahu wataala) but is it possible for Khwaja Ajmeri also?

 

 

 

6.

Can the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, solve all the problems of the people?

 

If that is the case, then what is the use of Allah (nauzbillah)? Or else if the person (for e.g., Khawaja Ajmeri) has a limitations, then in such a case, we must have a list of things that the person (for e.g., Khawaja Ajmeri), can resolve and what he cannot.

This is a very simple task for Allah (Subhanahu wataala) but is it possible for Khwaja Ajmeri also?

 

 

 

7.

Can the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, cause harm to the people or his duty is just to lend a safe hand for the people in trouble?

 

Has anyone heard that KHWAJA AJMERI causes people to be in trouble?

 

This is a very simple task for Allah (Subhanahu wataala) but is it possible for Khwaja Ajmeri also?

 

 

8.

Who causes the people to be in trouble? Is it the person (for e.g., Khwaja Ajmeri), dead or alive, or Allah (Subhanahu Wataala)?

 

If Allah (Subhanahu Wataala) causes the people to be in trouble and the person, dead or alive, he delivers people from their miseries then, naudhubillah, Allah (Subhanahu Wataala) would be considered as an oppressor whereas the person, dead or alive, would be considered as a helper.

 

“And if Allah afflicts you with any harm, then none can remove it except Him; and if He wanted good for you, then none can turn away His grace, He brings it to whom He wishes of His servants. And He is the Forgiver, the Merciful.” – 10.107

 

 

 

9.

If Allah (Subhanahu Wataala) is adamant on causing harm and the person, dead or alive, is adamant on relieving the caller, then who will win?

 

Allah says: “Indeed your Lord is the Doer of what He wills” [Sûrah Hûd: 107] and “(He is the) Doer of what He wills.” [Sûrah al-Burûj: 16]

 

 

10.

If someone dies, then to whom shall we call upon or invoke for salvation for that dead person?

So if you can call upon Allah (Subhanahu Wataala) after the death of any person then why not call upon Him alone when you are alive for other benefits.

 

This is a very simple task for Allah (Subhanahu wataala) but is it possible for Khwaja Ajmeri also?

 

[ From lecture of Shaikh Meraj Rabbani (hafizahullah)]

 

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  1. Shazia.
    September 21, 2013 at 8:51 pm

    Superb! We want answer,plz Al the laddöøs out there,we want answr.

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