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I want to know according the Qur'an where is Allah?

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edited May 30 '13 at 06:48 Muhammad Abdul Ahad ♦ 1.8k2314 Muhammad%20Abdul%20Ahad's gravatar image

@Ahmadomar this a prime example of their tajsim. Salaam

(Jan 16 at 15:52) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

@Yaqin.... Bro. this is the worst of the question and debate which I have being seen in this world nowadays..... Innovation and heresy combined.... May Allah save us from all these baseless questions......

(Jan 16 at 16:42) Ahmadomar Ahmadomar's gravatar image

Salam , Lol but it worth to know In case if someone ask , i will say it is good and bad question because the different between atheist and religions is they believes in god so as Muslim we shouldn't be asking question like this because if you remember Allah name which is all seeing and knowing so what I want to say is Allah know those question and I will try to find the answer for your question if I can.

Jazakallah krie

(Jan 16 at 16:56) Bibi Amina ♦ Bibi%20Amina's gravatar image

@Ahmadomar ma'shallah this is the state of the ummah. I beg Allah to grant you your dua. Salaam beloved

(Jan 16 at 20:20) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

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Allah Is Above "Arsh" Seventh Sky According To Quran

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@Mohd Nabeel Zuberi,beloved please explain further your statement inshallah.

(May 10 '13 at 01:33) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image
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Allah, the Exalted, has described Himself in His Book, and by the tongue of His Messenger sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam as Sublime, Supreme, and Lofty. The Qur'an is full of proofs relevant to the Loftiness of Allah.

Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jama'ah believe in and confirm all of the attributes of Allah without distorting their meaning, and that Allah is above His seven heavens, above His 'Arsh, and separated from His creatures, and His creatures are separated from Him.

(May 10 '13 at 05:13) Mohd Nabeel Zuberi Mohd%20Nabeel%20Zuberi's gravatar image

If you want to put Allah in the domain of direction and space , then tell me where was Allah when the space and time and directions were not created ? Or Do they co-exist with Allah ? Offcourse not because except Allah everything which exist is a creation..... so where is the creator when there was nothing created ?

(Jan 16 at 16:44) Ahmadomar Ahmadomar's gravatar image

Allah is the most good and never performs deception. Are there muslim scholars who agree that Jesus christ is something more than a mere prophet?

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edited May 09 '13 at 07:53 Light ♦ 73110 Light's gravatar image

If there are scholars who say this they are commiting shirk and bidah (innovation).

(May 09 '13 at 21:52) sadie ♦ sadie's gravatar image

Sadie this position is correct and the worst matters in Islam are newly invented matters, may Allah protect us from misguidance.

(May 10 '13 at 01:30) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

"And when Allah said: 'O Jesus! I will take you and raise you to Myself'."[3:55] "To Him ascend (all) the goodly words, and the righteous deeds lift them."[35:10] "From Allah, the Lord of the Places of Ascent, the angels and the Ruh (Gabriel) ascend to Him in a day the measure whereof is of fifty thousand years."[70:3-4]

Abu Hurairah narrates that the Messenger said, "Whoever donates the equal of a date from whatever was collected righteously, and only good is ascended to Allah, then, He will accept it (the charity) with His Right and raise it for its giver till it becomes like a mountain." [Bukhari] More clear: Abdullah ibn Amr ibn Al-As related that the Messenger said, "Allah grants mercy to the merciful. Be merciful to those who are on the earth, (then) He Who is fis-Sama (above the heavens) will be merciful to you." [Abu Dawood & At-Tirmidhi]  Even more clearer: Jabir ibn Abdillah said: "The Messenger of Allah said in his speech on the day of Arafah: 'Did I convey (the Message).' They said: 'Yes.' While raising his finger to the sky and then pointing at them, he said: 'O my Lord, be a witness." [Muslim]  And the Muslims of today have the audacity to say that Allah is everywhere when their own Messenger pointed nowhere except to the sky above him in this clear hadith. I ask you, O Muslims, if you were to sit in front of me and I were to refer to you, would not I point directly to you and NOT the ground or to the sky to do so? So, why is it then when the Prophet points to the sky above him to refer to Allah we do not understand from this that Allah was above him, is above you and all his creations? Why do we wonder any more? Finally, justice cannot be done to this topic without mentioning the hadith about the slave-girl, whose faith was affirmed by just two questions, one being 'Where is Allah?': Muawiyah bin Al-Hakam As-Salmi said:  "I had a slave-girl who used to herd sheep for me. One day I discovered that a wolf had killed one of her sheep, and I'm a man from the children of Adam, I get upset like they get upset, and I slapped her in the face. Then I went to the Prophet who impressed upon me the seriousness of my act. I said, 'O Messenger of Allah, should I not set her free?' He said, 'Bring her to me.' He asked her, 'Where is Allah', She said, 'He is above the heavens.' He said, 'Who am I?' She said, 'You are the Messenger of Allah.' He said, 'Free her, for she is a believer.' (Muslim and Abu Dawud) 

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@light help me understand are you saying that Allah is above the heavens?

(May 10 '13 at 01:26) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image
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