View Full Version : video...a shaheed taken out of his grave after 6 days...Allahu-Akbar
26-Nov-2004, 01:02 AM
...when you get to the site, the clip will load and play automatically after a few minutes...barakAllah feekum...and i ask Allah to increase us in taqwaa...
26-Nov-2004, 10:28 AM
jazakallah khair abul-abbas for the link
happiest man i ever seen
26-Nov-2004, 01:57 PM
Allahu Akbar, Subhanallah That was beautiful..
26-Nov-2004, 04:21 PM
Hmmm I haven't looked at the link, nor do I know what the circumstances are, but just from looking at the title of the post, isn't there a ruling which says that you can not take a person out of their grave once you have buried them?
26-Nov-2004, 04:23 PM
[QUOTE=SuBMiS isn't there a ruling which says that you can not take a person out of their grave once you have buried them?[/QUOTE]
Thats what i was wondering as well
26-Nov-2004, 04:27 PM
Now..I've moderated the post only b/c I'm erring on the side of caution here. If someone can explain what the clip is about, and prove that there is nothing wrong with it, then I'll repost the link up. Otherwise I don't think that it's wise to be showing it around.
26-Nov-2004, 04:36 PM
they are just showing the person that died, and how he said the shahada before he died, his face looked like noor, he isnt stiff, he smelt like musk...and he was still bleeding after 6 days subhanallah.
thats what they show.
26-Nov-2004, 04:40 PM
Have they actually buried him and then taken him out of the grave again just to show us that? Or what was the point of the video
26-Nov-2004, 04:43 PM
sabhaan Allaah the man's smile was like he has seen Paradise. i had goose bumps while watching it. Allaahu Akbaar.
anways here is something i found on Islam-Q-A
In 1934, the graves of two companions Hudhaifa al-Yamani and Jabir b. Abdullah al-Ansari were dug in Iraq and were transfered to another place. I have read a long story about them coming in the king's dream and that their face was perfectly ok when they took them out after 1300 years!
Is it true? Even if its true, is it permissible to dig the graves for this purpose?.
Praise be to Allaah.
I do not know whether this story is true or not.
With regard to the second part of the question, is it permissible to excavate graves?
We say that the basic principle is that it is not permissible, because of the hadeeth of ‘Aa’ishah who said that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Breaking the bone of a dead person is like breaking his bone when he is alive.” (Narrated by Abu Dawood, 3207). This indicates that the dead person has a kind of sanctity, and the Muslim has sanctity whether he is alive or dead. If that is the case, then it is not permissible (to excavate graves) unless that is for an obvious reason. Issues of this kind should be referred to a shar’i judge who can decide whether there is such any interest to be served by doing this.
Shaykh Khaalid ibn ‘Ali al-Mushayqih. (www.islam-qa.com)
26-Nov-2004, 04:44 PM
they didnt show us them taking him out of the grave and putting him back in. he was lying on the lap of another brother and everyone was kissing him and the brother was explaining on the camera his blood, shahada, not being stiff, smelling like musk...but obviously maybe because it was after six days its either they found him...noticing that he died 6 days ago or they must of 'unburied' him....wallahu a3lam.
26-Nov-2004, 06:28 PM
wAllahi ya ikhwa im not sure of the reason why they dug this shaheed out of his grave but surely there must have been an appropriate reason...i doubt that the mujahideen would actually take him out of his grave for the sole purpose of showing us or proving to us karamatu-shaheed (the honour a shaheed receives when he/she dies) for they have seen and we have heard the many stories of the shuhadaa smelling like musk after their shahada....
i also recently read on another forum about the digging out of the graves of Uhud and many scholars had participated in digging out the graves because many of these graves contained the sahaba and they actually dug out the grave of 'The Lion Of Allah & His Messenger'-Hamza the son of Abdulmutalib...he radiAllahu anhu had not changed and he was identified from the mutilations on his body since his ears and nose were cut off by hind after the Battle of Uhud and was also identified from authentic description of him from the seera...the reason the graves were dug, if i recall correctly, is that dirty water was flowing to the grave site...
and Allah subhanahu knows best
26-Nov-2004, 08:28 PM
It really was amazing subhanallah
27-Nov-2004, 10:40 AM
i hope theres a good reason as stated by stranger.
from what i saw i assume the video was shot in afghanistan.
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