Life, Death & Resurrection

S. Kaleem S.Naqvi
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There is the existence of an extraordinary methodical organization presiding over the arrangement of phenomena of life and then of death. There are the earths somewhere in the universe similar to our own earth and the nature of the origin of life is aquatic which all are explained in Qur’an as

“Allazi Khalaqos samavat –e vul arz –e – va ma bainahoma”
(Al-furqan)

[Allah is the one who created the heavens and the earth and all that between them].

“Vo hoval lazi kahalaqal laila vuu nahara vas shamsa vul kamara kollo fi falakain yasbahoon”
(Al Ambiya)

[Allah is the one who created the night, the day, the sun & the moon. Each one is traveling in an orbit with its own motion.]

And in the same Soora-e-Al Ambiya He says
“ Va ja ulna minil ma e kola sha in haiyin afala yomenoon.”

[The Almighty God says- We got every thing out of the water, will they then not believe.]

Then he says in Soora –e – Alaq
[Allah fashioned man from something which changes
“Khalaqal insane min alaq”]

Soor –e – Almominun He says “ Summa Khalaqanunnotfata alaqa tan fa khalaqnul alaqata mozahatan fa khalaqnul mozahata izaman fakasonal izama lahmn soma unsha nahoo khalaqan akhera.Fatabarakal la ho ahsanal khabqeen”

[We arranged the things which chings into a chewed lump of flesh and we disciplined the cheved flesh into bones & we covered the bones with active flash.Then we created out of it another creature.So Blessed be allah who is the perfect creator.]
In this way we find the mechanism of the origin of life and also that of man whose all the stages of embryologic development to the young ones are explained in Qur’an which could science discover after a prolonged biochemical & technical struggle.

In Qur’an, para number 28 He says

“ Allazi khalaqa maota vul hayata leyublomakum aiyokon ahsano amalan (b) vo hovul azeezol ghafoor”

[We created life & death so that can test & judge the deeds.]

Qur’an is a collection of commands and devine teaching revealed by allah to his Mohammad .He says “It is allah that takes the souls (of men) at death…” (39:42) and it is also mentioned again & again “When death approaches one of you, our angles take his soul & they never fail in their duty” (6:61) and it all is scientifically proved that death is the state when some invisible power leaves the body.
Then there is the resurrection of the creatures which is the life after death for the judgement of good & evil deeds of anima rationalis (Ashraful Makhloogat ) Which is clear in all the commands of Allah “Kollo nafson zaiqatul mot” and he says it is allah who give you life ,death & who will gather you together for the day of judgment .. “ and the death is not the end of life but only the transfer from this world to another & this would decides the fate of life after death in the other would .
In this way everything about life ,death and resurrection is clearly sxplained in Qur’an , the book of entire Knowledge & allah’s mission which revealed all the facts that science & technology discover later but if we would have the ability to understand Qur’an , all the scientific discoveries & mysteries might be within our reach through our book of knowledge the Holy Qur’an –e -Hakeem

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Naim Naqvi

Naim Naqvi

Did his graduation in Science discipline from AMU in 1972-73. He was Secretary of University Ali Society in 1970 and M.M. Hall Literary Society in early 70 's and member of Tayyabji Literary Society. Did his Diploma in Bakery Administration from HTT College Oxford Street London in 1987. Worked with National Herald - Delhi, Blitz - Bombay as Trainee Journalist and in Production Department with 'Naya Sansar Pictures' of Khwaja Ahmed Abbas at Bombay in early 70's. Traveled for study and training purposes to Germany, U.K., Switzerland, France, Dubai, Oman, AbuDhabi, Bahrain and Philepines.

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Allama Iqbal : The poet of the East

 

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It is wrong to assume that Iqbal is the poet of Muslims or he belongs to Urdu literature alone. Iqbal transcends all boundaries. You cannot put him in any category. Like all great poets, he belongs to the whole mankind.

‘Sare Jahan se achcha Hindustan Hamara, Hum bulbulen hain iski yeh gulsitan hamara.’

MY INDIA is the best amongst all the nations of the world. We are its nightingales and this is our garden. That’s how ‘the poet of East – Allama Sheikh Mohammed Iqbal’  showered his unlimited love for his country. – India.

‘Khake witan ka humko har zarra devta hai” (Each dust particle of my motherland is god to me).

Iqbal has a great and unique vision of India and he had described his dream of a new India in these words:

Sach keh doon aye Brahmin gar tu bura na mane. (Should I speak the truth Oh Brahmin if you aren’t offended?)

Aa ek naya shiwali hum phir se yan bana de’n. (Let us make new temples again)Shakti bhi shanty bhi bhakto ke geet me hai. (There is strength and peace in the hymns of worshippers)

Dharti ke waasiyon ki mukti preet me hai. (Peace of inhabitants of the world lies in love)

MULLAHS HAVE issued a fatwa on Iqbal for daring to see this dream for a new India. It is wrong to assume that Iqbal is the poet of Muslims or he belongs to Urdu literature alone. Iqbal transcends all boundaries. You cannot put him in any category. Like all great poets, he belongs to the whole mankind.

Allama Iqbal was born in Sialkot on November 9, 1877. He learned Arabic and traditional eastern education under the guidance of famous scholar Meer Hasan. After MA in Philosophy, he received Ph D from Cambridge and German University. After passing the examination of Barrister, for some time he worked as a professor of Arabic in London University. In 1908, he returned to India and became professor in Lahore. One and half years later he started practicing law. British government bestowed the title of ‘Sir’ on him in 1922. In 1926, on the invitation of Madras University, he delivered series of 6 lectures on Islam. He was appointed as a member of Punjab Legislative Council. He presided over All India Muslim League in 1930. In 1931, he represented India in second ‘Round Table Conference’. In 1932, on Shaah of Afghanistan’s invitation he participated in welcome celebration in Kabul, along with Syed Sulaiman Nadwi and Sir Ross Masood. He died on April 21, 1938.
Iqbal, like so many Muslim intellectuals was disillusioned with the policies of Congress and suggested a federation of Muslim states to protect the culture and civilisation of Muslims. The purpose of this article is not to re-open the old controversial chapters of history as Allama Iqbal had died long before independence in 1938. The least I can say is he loved India with bottom of his heart. That he belongs to Pakistan is travesty of truth. “This is not the whole Truth,” said Professor Abdul Haq, an eminent Urdu critic. “Iqbal foresaw a federal structure for a free India, in which a Muslim-dominated north-western region could be a cultural unit like many others,” he said. As far as the idea of Pakistan is concerned, Iqbal denied that he was the originator of this idea. “Iqbal has clearly denied this in his letters to Raghib Hussain. People don’t talk about these letters since they don’t favor their point of view,” said Dr Haq.
Dr Abdul Haq said that Iqbal is the most misunderstood poet of the 20th century. “We must look at Iqbal in totality if we want to understand him,” he said. Iqbal’s tragedy was that his poetry was used by different groups to serve their own interests. His poetry had so many facets that he seemed to assume different roles in different phases of his poetry: he was a staunch nationalist, a vocal communist, an advocate of Hindu-Muslim unity, a humanist, a believer in Islamic revivalism, a freedom fighter, and an advocate of international brotherhood. No poet in Urdu, and I’m sure in any other Indian language too, has shed as many tears on India’s misery and colonial captivity.

Uth ke ab daore jahan ka aur hi andaz haiMashroq-o-maghrib me tere daur ka aghaz hai“Get up now that the style of the world has changed.It is the beginning of your age in the East and West.”

 

Naim Naqvi

Naim Naqvi

Did his graduation in Science discipline from AMU in 1972-73. He was Secretary of University Ali Society in 1970 and M.M. Hall Literary Society in early 70 's and member of Tayyabji Literary Society. Did his Diploma in Bakery Administration from HTT College Oxford Street London in 1987. Worked with National Herald - Delhi, Blitz - Bombay as Trainee Journalist and in Production Department with 'Naya Sansar Pictures' of Khwaja Ahmed Abbas at Bombay in early 70's. Traveled for study and training purposes to Germany, U.K., Switzerland, France, Dubai, Oman, AbuDhabi, Bahrain and Philepines.

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