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Tuesday, 26 May 2015
Allama Fadle Haq Khairabadi (R.A.) , the Hero of 1857 War of Independence against The British . Author -- Maulana Muhammad A K Azad
One hundred and fifty years of the revolt of 1857 completed in 2007. The whole country remembered this War of Independence and paid glowing tributes to its valiant and daring warriors. I dedicate the book of mine “Zakir Naik’s Lie & Deception on Yazeed The Villain” to Allama Fadle Haq Khairabadi (R.A.), the great hero of First War of Independence and all the Muslim Muzaheeds and Ulemas who took part in this War of Independence against the British.
Indian historians belonging to majority community wiped out contribution of Muslims especially of Ulama from the 1857’s first war of independence .But Alhamdulillah, confessions by the English Government, western historians and thousands of preserved documents in libraries demonstrate that the initiator and connivers of this revolt were no other than Muslims, especially Ulama. As a result of this offence, the English Government paralyzed them politically, socially, educationally and economically in such a way that till date they can’t stand at par with majority. Britishers’s Cordiality with Hindus and discriminatory attitude towards Muslims led to the partition of India. After the revolt of 1857, General Russell wrote a letter to London newspaper “The Times” In which he writes:“The antagonism we share with the devotees of Mohammad is more severe than the enmity we have with the devotees of Shiva and Vishnu. Muslims are more dangerous for our regime. It will prove a pious deed if we get successful in erasing Hadith and places of worship of followers of Mohammad from the face of the world”. On 10th May, 2007, ‘The Times of India’ openly confessed about the revolt of 1857 that:“The main targets of the suppression were the Muslim Ulama, weavers and peasants, since the British blamed them for being the mastermind behind the revolt”.
Allama Yaseen Akhtar MIsbahi writes : “During the revolt of 1857, the Ulama as a religious duty, issued the fatwa of jihad against the English; practically participated in the war; encouraged the Mujahideen and led the revolutionary insurgents. The most prominent among them was Maulana Ahmadullah Shah Madrasi who in compliance with the order of his Peer-o-Murshid (Spiritual mentor) was leading a campaign against the English.The names of other leading Ulama who played a pivotal roles in the revolt of 1857 are as follows: Mufti Sadruddin Azurda, Allama Fazle Haq Khairabadi, Maulana Faiz Ahmad Badayuni, Maulana Kifayat Ali Kafi Moradabadi, Maulana wahhajjuddin Moradabadi, Mufti Inayat Ahmad Kakorvi, Moulana Rahmatullah Kairanvi, Maulana Dr. Wazir Khan Akkarabadi, and Maulana Imam Baksh Sahbai Dehlavi. According to books dealing with the revolt, around fifteen thousand Ulama were martyred during the War of Independence in 1857.
The above mentioned Ulama were ideologically and practically inspired, in one way or the other, by the following Ulama who were their predecessors also.Hazrat Shah Waliullah Muhaddith Dehlavi (d.1176/1762) (2) Hazrat Mirza Mazhar Jaan-i-Jaanan Mujaddidi Dehlavi (d.1195/1781) (3) Hazrat shah Abdul Aziz Muhaddith Dehlavi (d.1239/1824) (4) Hazrat Qazi Sana’ullah Panipati (d.1225/1810) (5) Hazrat shah Rafiuddin Muhaddith Dehlwi (d.1233/1818) (6) Hazrat Mufti Iwaz Barelwi (d.1236/1821) (7) Hazrat Mufti Sharfuddin Rampur (d.1268/1852) [ Ref : Some Prominent Ulema of 1857 Revolt By Allama Yaseen Akhtar MIsbahi, Founder Darul Qalam Delhi)]
Fatwa of Jihad against BritishBy Allama Fazl-e-Haq Khairabadi ( R.A.):With his writings Fazl-e-Haq Khairabadi roused a sense of patriotism among the Indian masses particularly Muslims and inspired them to fight against the colonial rule to achieve independence. Maulana Fazl-e-Haq Khairabadi said:
“The English prepared a scheme to Christianize all the Indian inhabitants. It was their belief that the Indians would not be able to find any helper and cooperator, and therefore save submit and obey, they would not have the nerve to defy them. The English had thoroughly realized that the ruler’s variance from the ruled on the basis of religion would be a great stumbling block in the way of domination and possession. Hence they began to indulge in all sorts of wiles and chicanery with complete diligence and assiduity, in their willful attempt to obliterate religion and the sense of nationhood. To teach small children and the ignorant and to inculcate their language and religion, they established schools in towns and villages and made an all out effort to wipe out the old sciences and academic attainments.” [^darululoom-deoband via Wikipedia]
Allama fazale haq khairabadi depicted the British conspiracy of Making Westernisation of the Muslims in these words :
“They (English Government) knew well that the differences between ruling authorities and masses on religious grounds will prove a stumbling block in their way of conquering and overpowering and will witness outbreak of revolution among the sultanate. So, they attempted malicious ways to eradicate religion, they opened Madarsas in villages and remote areas to promulgate Christianity and to educate children and leave no stone unturned in closing down of Madarsas and schools and eliminating learning and knowledge of preceding age”.He further says that:“Apart from these approaches there were some objectives hidden deep inside their hearts, for example to stop Muslims from circumcision, to put an end to purdah of Muslim ladies, they mean to bring all the religious practices and customs to an end”. [ The First war of independence and its key connivers By:Khushtar Noorani]
Allama Yaseen Akhtar MIsbahi writes : “Allama Fazle Haq Khairadabadi (1212/1791-1278/1861) was the son of Allama Fazle Imam Farooqi Khairadabadi (d.1244/1829), the Sadrus Sudoor of Delhi. Allama Fazle Haq received his education in Islamic Sciences from Shah Abdul Qadir (d. 1230/1815) and Shah Abdul Aziz, the Muhaddith of Delhi (1239/1824) and in rational sciences from his father. At the age of 13, he completed his education and engaged himself in teaching. Then, he took up service with the government in 1815.
When, at the invitation of Faiz Mohammed Khan, the Nawab of Jhajjar (Punjab), he was leaving Delhi for Jhajjar, Bahadur Shah Zafar, expressing his deep sorrow and grief, gave him a Doshaalah (an embroidered Shawl/ a double folded shawl) and, with tearful eyes, saw him off. He also said. “ Since you are ready to leave, I have no choice but approve of your departure. But, Allah Knows well that it is extremely difficult for me to utter the word ‘Good-Bye’.” (Yaad Gaar-e-Ghalib, Dehli)
After his stay at Jhajjar, he was employed at Alwar, Tonk and Rampur. Then he went to Lucknow and became the Sadrus Sudoor and Mohtamim-i-Huzoor-i-Tehsil (official in charge of a tehsil). He was also a Sar-rishtadar (magistrate) in Delhi also. He held a post at Saharanpur too. He wrote some very important books. He also produced disciples who latter on became well known scholars of their age.
There was a fast friendship among Mufti Sadruddin Azurda Dehlavi, Allama Fazle Haq Khairadabadi, and Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib. It was Allama’s advice and selection that helped Ghalib arrange his ‘Diwan-i-Ghalib’. According to Mohammed Husain Azad, this is the very version which the readers hold dear these days. (Aab-i-Hayat, Delhi) the houses of Allama Fazle Haq Khairabadi and Mufti Sadruddin Azurda were the meeting places of the Ulama, Poets, and literary figures.
When the revolt broke out in 1857, he came from Alwar to Delhi several times and met Bahadur Shah Zafar. This continued since May. Then, when General Bakht Khan, along with his fourteen thousand soldiers, came for Bareilly to Delhi, according to Munshi Zaka’ullah of Delhi, Allama delivered a speech in front of the Ulama in the Jamia Masjid after the Friday prayer. He put fourth an istifta (query seeking legal advice on a point of religious importance) before the Ulama the fatwa (legal advice/ opinion ) was signed by Mufti Sadruddin Azurda, Maulvi Abdul Qadir, Qazi Faizullah Dehlavi, Maulana Faiz Ahmed Badayuni, Dr. Maulvi Wazir Khan Akbarabadi, Syed Mubaraksha Rampuri as soon as these fatwa was published disturbance and tumult intensified throughout the country. Some ninety thousand soldiers gathered in delhi. (Zak’ullah, Taarikh-i-‘Urooj-i-Saltanat-i-Englishiah, Delhi)
When the English regained their control over Delhi, Allama Fazle Haq left Delhi and went to Awadh. A case was filed against him in 1859. He was tried to in a court for rebellion and was sentenced to imprisonment in Kaala Paani (Andaman Nicobar). He himself defended his case and declared in the court that it was he who had issued the fatwa of jihad and stuck to his stand. Maulana Abdul Haq (1244/1828-1316/1898), the son of Allama Fazle Haq, was the principal of Madrasa Alia in Calcutta. W.W. Hunter writes about him: He (Abdul Haq) is the son of the rebel Alim whom the government has sentenced to imprisonment in the Kaala Paani (Andaman Nicobar) and whose library was confiscated and brought to Calcutta. (W.W. Hunter, Hamare Hindustani Mussalamaan,[Urdu] p.203, Delhi)
Maulana Abdul Shahid Shervani of Aligarh, the biographer of Allama and translator of his famous book ‘ Al-Sauratul Hindia’ (the Indian Mutiny) writes, “ Maulana Abdul Haq Khairabadi had made his last will that he should be informed in his grave when the English would leave the country. Therefore, Syed Najmul Hasan Rizvi, along with a big crowd, visited the grave in the Dargaah-i-Makhdoomiah, at Khairabad in Sitapur and read the Fatiha after Milaad Shareef. (Muqadimmah (Introduction to) Zubadatul Hikmah, p.12, Aligarh, 1949) Allamah Fazle Haq Passed away in Andaman Nicobar (Kaala Paani) in 1861 and was buried over there. [Some Prominent Ulema of 1857 Revolt By Allama Yaseen Akhtar MIsbahi, Founder Darul Qalam Delhi)]
Madam Polonaskaya, An Honourable Member of Science Academy of Soviet Union, shed light on the political activities of Allama Fazle Haq ( R.A.) and emphasized that Allama Khairabadi’s social and political goal were to liberate India from the bondage of the imperialist British. ( Ref: Fortnightly Soviet Desh, 10th July 1958). Renowned Journalist of Delhi Mr. Chunilal wrote that “Moulvi Fazle Haq instigated the masses through his speech.” ( Ref: Akhbare Delhi Page 273 File No. 127). Deobandi Scholars Maulana Hussain Ahmrd Madni, Mustaqim Ahsan Hamidi, Golam Rasul Meher , Golam Ahmed Mortuza, Maulana Mohiuddin Khan etc. also discussed Allama Fazle Haq’s indomitable movement in their books Naqshe Hayat, Bagiye Hindustan, 1857 Ke Muzahid etc.
Ismail Dehlawi, Raza Rammohan Roy, Syed Ahmed Brelvi etc are freedom fighters ??? : Due to the conspiracy of the enemies of Islam, the life and works of Fazl-e Haq Khairabadi gains no attention. What an irony is that the agents of The British like Bankim Chandra Chaterrjee, Raza Rammohan Roy, Ismail Dehlawi and Syed Ahmed Brelvi are sung as Freedom Fighters, and Muzahids like Allama Fazl-e Haq ‘s ( R.A.) sacrifice and contribution in the freedom movement are being suppressed by !. Mawlana Manzoor Nomani al Deobandi writes about his Grand Shaykh Shah Ismail Dehlawi that “ It is very famous that he did not proclaim any Jihad against British, instead in his meeting at Calcutta or Patna he gave his consent for supporting british government and this is also well known that british government also supported him at many instances” (AL FURQAN , SHAHEED NUMBER , 1355 AH , PAGE 78). Mirza Hairat Dehalvee al Deobandi confesse about his Imam Shah Ismail Dehlawi in Hayate Tayyeba that “ In Calcutta , when Mawlana Ismaeel was giving lecture about Jihad and about the atrocities of Sikh then some one stood up from the gathering and asked “ why don’t you give fatwa to do jihad against the britishers”. He replied” it is not wajib ( compulsory) to do any jihad with them .( aap ne jawab diya – un per jihad karna kisee tarah wajib nahee ). First of all we are under their shelter and secondly they do not make any hinderance in fulfilling our religious obligation. We all total freedom under this government . In fact if there is any attack on this government then it is FARD upon muslims to fight that enemy and save our BRITISH GOvernemtn from any kind of hardship “ .( Hayat tayyeba ,page 29 , farooqi printing press , delhi). Shah Ismail Dehlawi also said : “ On what basis can we do Jihad against British government and kill our shariah law”? (mohammed jafar Thaneswari al Deobandi, Sawang Ahmedi , page 71)
I salute the gallant revolutionary Allama Fazl-e Haq Khairabadi ( R.A.) and all unsung and unwept Muzahids of 1857 War of Independence and dedicate my book to them.
Saturday, 1 November 2014
I would like to present the seriousness and gravity of Zakir Naik's infringements on Yazeed issue in the court of wise readers and appeal modestly to their soul and conscience to decide what is haque and what is batil.Brother Zakir tries to justify his stand on Yazeed on the basis of this claim that " There is a hadith in Bukhari those people who will conquer Constantinople they will go heaven and Yazeed (rahi mullah) was the commander." [REF: Reply by Dr.Zakir Naik on Yazeed Pt.1 13th JULY 2008(ITALY) www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1qgyHCb0Jw]
Dear Truth Seeking Readers !Decide yourself: Point No. o1To Be Noted : Brother Zakir's claim that there is a hadith in Bukhari, "those people who will conquer Constantinople they will go heaven and Yazeed was the commander", is a white lie.[ Ref: www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIqgyHcbojw] I Challenge him on behalf of Ahle Sunnat Wa Zamaat to produce the hadith of Sahih Bukhari where such words are mentiond. If he can produce it, each and every Muslim will accept his stand. But he can't produce such Hadith. The truth is, he has not read the original text of the concerned Hadith of Sahih Bukhari and only uttered the words taught by his Kharizi mentors like a parrot. It's misfortune for Muslim Ummah that Such ignorant, arrogant and ill-informed person is hyped and marketed as "Allamatul Muslimin, saviour of Muslim Ummah etc"!!!
Concerned Hadith of Sahih Bukhari: Now, I implore Honourable Readers to go through the concerned Hadith of Sahih Bukhari watchfully and attentively to realize the hollowness of Mr. Ahle Sahih Hadith's Hadith-knowledge :
Narrated Khalid Bin Madan that Umair bin Al-Aswad Al-Anasi told him that he went to Ubada bin As-Samit while he was staying in his house at the sea-shore of Hims with (his wife) Um Haram.Umair said: Um Haram informed us that she heard the Prophet (PBUH) saying, "Paradise is granted to the first batch of my followers who will under take a naval expedition." Um Haram added, "I said, 'O Allah's Apostle! Will I be amongst them?' He replied, 'You are amongst them.' The Prophet (PBUH) then said, 'The first army amongst my followers who will invade Caesar's City will be forgiven their sins.' I asked, 'Will I be one of them, O Allah's Apostle?' He replied in the negative." [REF: SAHIH BUKHARI: Vol 1, Pg No. 409, 410 (Hadith No. 2924)
Dear Readers! Sahih Bukhari's Hadith is explicit. Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam said, "awwalu jaishin min ummati yaghzoona madinata Qaisara maghfurullahum" i.e.,"The first army amongst my followers who will invade Caesar's City will be forgiven their sins" and Dr. Naik says, "those people who will conquer Constantinople they will go heaven and Yazeed was the commander"!!! Does the name "Constantinpole" exist in Holy Hadith? No, "Madinatu-Qaiser" i.e.,"Caesar's City" exists in the text, not Constantinople. Constantinople is one of the cities of Caesar, not the only city.In any Lughat (Arabic Dictionary) the meaning of the city of Caesar is not only the Constantinople. There used to be many cities. Does Holy Hadith certify all the conquerers of Constantinople will go to heaven? No, Holy Hadith gave glad tiding for the first Muslim army invading Caesar's city.
Did Yazeed take part in the First Expedition to Constantinople? : Now, let us be sure, when did Muslims attack Constantinople for the first time and in which expedition did Eazeed participate.
1. Constantinople was first attacked by Hadhrat Ameer Mu'awiyah (May Allah SWT be well pleased with him) in 32 Hizri. Hafidh Ibn Kathir (R.A.) writes : "Hadhrat Ameer Mu'awiyah (May Allah SWT be well pleased with him) attacked Rome in A.H. 32 and fought battles after battles till he reached the city of Constantinople." Ref: Bidayah wan Nihayah, Vol 7, Pg No. 179. It is also written in Tarikh Kamil, Vol 3, Pg No. 25.. Yazeed did not participate in this expedition.
2. The next i.e., second attack Rome was launched in the year 42.(A.H) and Yazeed was not amongst them. It is confirmed in Imam Ibn Al-Athir's Tarikh Al-Kaamil and also in Allama Ibn Khuldun's works as well. Imam Zahabi's Tareekh-Ul-Islam also mentions this. Yazeed did not participate in this expedition.
3. The next i.e., third attack was made in 43 (A.H) led by Bausar Bin Abi Artha who attacked Rome and went right up to Constantinpole.Yazeed did not participate in this expedition.
4. The 4th batch of troops went in 44 or 46(A.H). The commander was Abdur Rahman Khalid Bin Waleed, son of the great general in Islam Hazrat Khalid Bin Waleed (R.A.) Together with Bausar Bin Abi Artha they led the first naval expedition in Islam against Rome. Yazeed did not participate in this expedition.
5. The 5th batch of troops to go to Rome was led by Hazrat Abdurahman Al Qaymi Al-Antha who was its commander.
Yazeed did not participate in this expedition.
5. The 6th batch of troops went in 49 (A.H.) and the commander was again Hazrat Malik Bin Hubairah and Hazrat Fazala Bin Ubair was also the commander and from his hands the city of Ceasar in Rome was conquered and the booty was won.Yazeed did not participate in this expedition.
6. In 49 A.H. 7th Batch made expedition to Constantinople and a Sahabi participated in it named Yazeed Bin Shajara Ar-Rahaani who was from Damasccus and not Yazeed Bin Muawiah.Yazeed did not participate in this expedition.
8. The 8th batch of troops made expedition to Constantinople in 50 (A.H) which mention's the name of Yazeed Bin Muawiya.
IN WHICH EXPEDITION DID YAZID PARTICIPATE?
The crux of the question is in which expedition did Yaazid take part? History provides four opinions in this regard:
1. Eaazid participated in the battle of Rome in 49 A.H. and he reached Constantinople. Bidayah wan Nihayah, Vol 8, Pg. No. 34,narrates: In 49 A.H. Yazid bin Mu'awiyah attacked the kingdom of Rome and reached Constantinople.
2. Yazid participated in the siege of 50 A.H. Umdatul Qari, Vol 5, Pg No 558, narrates: "Muslims reached Constantinople in this attack and laid siege to it and Yazid was the commander on the behalf of his father."
3. Yazid participated in the attack of 52 A.H. Imam Badruddin 'Aini, noted Commentator of Sahih Bukhari, preferred this opinion and said that this opinion is to be preferred that Yazid participated in the 52 A.H.attack of Constantinople.Umdatul Qari, Vol 10, Kitab ul Jihad, Pg No. 244.
4. Hadhrat Mu'awiyah (R.A.) sent Yazid in 55A.H. to attack Constantinople, as given in Al Isabaa fi marifati Sahabah.
No evidence proves that Yazid was part in the first siege of Constantinople, because Constantinople had been attacked by Muslim Muzahids multiple times before it. Claiming that yazid participated under the Hadhrat Abdur Rahman bin Khalid bin Walid (R.A.) and is therefore forgiven is a fabrication as it is not supported by any of the books of Hadith, Rijal or History.
Yazeed was sent to Battlefield as punishment by Muawiya (R.A.) : Imam Bukhari narrates in his Sahih that," Verily, acts are rewarded according to the intentions." Zakir Naik and Ahle Bidah should disclose to the Muslims the reality and true nature of their hero Yazeed's participation in Zihaad to Constantinople. Why do they suppress its backdrop ? why do they hinder and conceal the truth? Let us be acquainted with the panorama of history on this issue and InshaAllah haque and batil will become more vivid and dazzling.
Yazeed who partcipated in the 7th expedition, de facto, did not participate spontaneously and sincerely. He was sent to the battlefield as the punishment by his father by Holy Sahabi Sayedina Aamir Muwiya (R.A.) due to his hypocricy and arrogance. All history books record this incident. Ibn Atheer records it in Tarikh Kamil Vol 3, Pg No. 314, under the incidents of 49 and 50 A.H. Tabari records it inTarikh al-Rusul wa al-Muluk or Tarikh at-Tabari, Published By Cairo: Dar al-Ma'arif. Allama Badruddin Ayini, the noted Commentator of Sahih Bukhari writes:
"Hadhrat Ameer Mu'awiyah (R.A.) sent a huge army to Rome in 50 A.H. Hadhrat Sufyan bin 'Auf (R.A.) was appointed as the commander of the army and Yazid was ordered to go with the army. Yazid started making excuses, cited illness and did not go. Hadhrat Ameer Mu'awiyah (R.A.) also did not go. In this journey, the Mujahideen faced hunger, thirst and a host of other difficulties. When Yazid was told about this, he recited some couplets, in of other difficulties. When Yazid was told about this, he recited some couplets, in which he said:
"I don't care about the fever, difficulties which the army faces at the
Firqodona (place name), at der murran,
I am sitting on a high mattress and Umme
Kulthoom (Yazid's wife) is with me."
. When Hadhrat Ameer Mu'awiyah came to know of this, he said with an oath, that Yazid should be definitely sent to the
commander Hadhrat Sufyan bin 'Auf (May Allah SWT be well pleased with him), so that he understands the difficulties of the Mujahideen." Ref : Umdatul Qari Vol 10, Kitab Ul Jihad.
Humble Challenge and Appeal to Zakir Naik : Brother Zakir Naik ! There is not a single hadeeth in Sahih Bukhari where it is said that “those people who will conquer Constantinople they will go heaven and Yazeed was the commander". This is a white lie. If you can roduce such hadeeth where it is mentioned that “those people who will conquer Constantinople they will go heaven and Yazeed was the commander", you will be rewarded Rs ten lakh instantly.We challenge you to produce it. We shall accept your standpoint. Otherwise , make tawba for telling lie in the name of sahih Bukhari and desert firqa-parasti. our Holy Prophet said, “ The one who attributes lie to me has his place in Zahannam [ Sahih Bukhari – Vol 01 – Page 41 – Hadeeth No 106 ] .
Wa maa alaina illal balaag.
Monday, 29 September 2014
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