Comparison with deceiving hunters


One of the other weird analogies made by Barelwis was regards to the Prophet (peace be upon him) being a human. Here again, some of the Barelwis claim the Prophet was a bashar [human] from the outward, and in essence a literal light. They forbid people to call the Prophet (Allah bles him and give him peace) a human being. Now to prove this belief, the Barelwis had to make faulty explanations regarding those verses and ahadith where the Prophet himself was quoted that he was a human being.

Thus, the false analogy was given with hunters who deceive animals with false voices in order to catch them.

It was stated in Ja al-Haq on p. 171 after quoting the verse “I am but a bashar” (18:110):

“In this verse the unbelievers are being addressed. Because each thing has a dislike for something coming from a different genus than themselves. It was accordingly said, “O unbelievers! Do not fear me [the Prophet]. I am from your genus, I am a Bashar. Hunters imitate the voices of their prey to catch them. The object behind the ayat is to make the Kuffar inclined [towards the Prophet]. If Deobandis are also amongst the unbelievers, then this statement may also apply to them.”

Ask yourself the question. How can a Nabi be compared with a hunter who tries to deceive the animal in order to catch it? The call of our Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace) was free from such trickery!

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One Response to Comparison with deceiving hunters

  1. Ahmad Tariq says:

    A3uudhubillaah. What an ugly statement of kufr.

    Hunters who imitate the voices of their prey to catch them are really “fooling/tricking” their prey. The person who compared the Prophet, 3alayhis salatu was salam, to such a hunter is a kafir, because he compared the Prophet, 3alayhis salatu was salam, to someone who fools and tricks people. Wal3iyaadhubillaah.

    The Prophet, 3alayhis salatu was salam, is a human being, not NUR. When muslims use the word NUR about the Prophet, 3alayhis salatu was salam, we mean that the Prophet, 3alayhis salatu was salam, guides. NOT that his haqiiqah is nur, wal3iyaadhubillaah.

    The Prophet, 3alayhis salatu was salam, is the best of creation! He is bashar and he’s better than nur!

    What kind of reasoning is it that “nur is better than bashar”? It reminds me a little of Iblis’ reasonining that “fire is better than soil”. What an imbecile.

    The belief of the muslims is that the Prophet, 3alayhis salatu was salam, is bashar!

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