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"Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; they are the ones to attain felicity".
(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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"Meraj & Modren Science".





On 27th Rajab, all the Muslim believers celebrate this as a grand day
of Meraj as "Grand Eid" and all the Muslims should be proud to have
such a prophet like Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon
him and his progeny (Ahlul Bayt), to whom Almighty Allah (swt) was
also proud and had invited him to visit and talked with very nearer
distance as mentioned in the Glorious Qur'an (Qhaba Qhausain 53:9).

Also note that, the Meraj of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and
blessing be upon him and his progeny has taken place more than once.
However, it should be mentioned that Meraj in which the daily Salat
was made incumbent, without doubt, occurred before the death of Hazrat
Abu Talib, who passed away in the 10th year of Besat. Unmistakably,
from the Ahadith and books of history, it is mentioned that on the
night of Meraj, Allah (swt) gave the order of the five daily Salat as
being mandatory upon the Islamic Nation.

The darkness of the night had spread across the horizon and silence
reigned over the face of nature. The time had arrived when the living
creatures take rest and sleep so that they might recuperate from their
activities of the previous day. Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), was also
not an exception to this law of nature and he wished to take rest
after offering his prayers (Salat) in the house of "Umm-e-Hani", the
daughter of his uncle and sister of Amir al-Mominin Ali (pbuh) in the
blessed city of Makkah. However, suddenly he heard a voice; it was the
voice of the Archangel Jibreel (pbuh) who said to him:

"This night you have to perform a very unique journey and I have been
ordered to remain with you. You will have to traverse different parts
of the world mounted on an animal named al-Buraq."

Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him and his progeny
began his historical night journey, along with the trusted protector
of the revelation, the Angel Jibreel (pbuh) from the house of
"Umm-e-Hani", with the aide of his steed al-Buraq.

"After some time, Angel Jibreel (pbuh) stopped Holy Prophet Muhammad
(saw) and said to perform the Salat. Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw)
dismounted from al-Buraq and performed Salat. Jibreel (pbuh) said, 'Do
you know where you just prayed?' Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) replied
to him in negative. Jibreel (pbuh) said, 'In Taibah (Madinah), that
place where your travelers will go.' After this, Holy Prophet Muhammad
(saw) got back onto al-Buraq and continued the journey."


One who denies (any of these) three things is not among our
(followers): the Meraj (Night Ascension), the questioning in the grave
and ash Shafa'ah (intercession). Imam Jafar Sadiq and Imam Ali Rida
(pbut)

"Once again, Angel Jibreel (pbuh) stopped Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw)
and said, 'Perform the Salat.' Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and
blessing be upon him and his progeny once again dismounted al-Buraq,
and performed Salat there. Jibreel (pbuh) asked Holy Prophet Muhammad
(saw), 'Do you know where you just prayed?' It is the Mountain of
Sinai - the place where Prophet Musa / Moses (pbuh) spoke to Allah
(swt)."

"Once again, Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him and
his progeny ascended al-Buraq and continued. Shortly afterwards, Angel
Jibreel (pbuh) said, 'Get down and perform the Salat.' Then again
Jibreel (pbuh) questioned, 'Do you know where you just prayed?' Holy
Prophet Muhammad (saw) replied in negative, to which he answered, In
Bait al-Laham (Bethlehem) - the place which is near to Baitul Maqdis
and this is the place where Prophet Isa al-Masih (pbuh) was born."

Then they reached Baitul Maqdis, which is located in today's Zionist
occupied Jerusalem and is also known as Masjid al-Aqsa (the Furthest
Mosque) and Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), proceeded to tie the reins of
al-Buraq to the same ring that the great Prophets (before him) used to
tie their animal to. After this Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and
blessing be upon him and his progeny entered the Masjid and it was
here that he met Ibrahim, Musa, Isa and the rest of the Prophets
(pbut). They all gathered around him and they all proceeded to get
ready for Salat. Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him
and his progeny had no doubt that the Salat would be lead by Angel
Jibreel (pbuh), however when the lines for the Salat were being
formed, Angel Jibreel (pbuh) placed his hand on the shoulder of Holy
Prophet Muhammad (saw) and pushed forward. Angel Jibreel (pbuh) also
took part in the Salat behind him along with the various Prophets
(pbut).

On the second part of his journey, he proceeded from this spot to the
skies (heavens). Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), then observed the stars
and the systems of the world and conversed with the souls of the
previous prophets, and also with the angels of the heavens, peace and
blessing be upon them all. Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) saw the centre
of the tortures and the blessings (hell and heaven) and became fully
aware of the secrets of creation, the extent of the universe and the
signs of the Omnipotent Allah (swt).

Then Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him and his
progeny, continued his journey and reached Sidrat ul Muntaha (Beyond
this point nobody has access including Angel Jibreel (pbuh)). There he
found it fully covered with splendor, magnificence and grandeur, and
then he returned back by the way he had traveled. Holy Prophet
Muhammad (saw), first came to Baitul Maqdis and then to Makkah. It was
daybreak when he dismounted at the house of Umm-e-Hani from al-Buraq
which had taken him into space. Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and
blessing be upon him and his progeny related this matter to Umm-e-Hani
and the following night, he made it known to the assemblies of Quraysh
as well. The word of his travels spread from mouth to mouth amongst
all the groups, and now more than ever, the Quraysh were upset (with
him).

According to an old tradition, the Quraysh asked the account of its
structure, and Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him
and his progeny, not only described the physical particularities of
Baitul Maqdis, rather, he even informed them of the event that took
place between Baitul Maqdis and Makkah. Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw)
said to them that he met the caravan of such and such tribe who lost
their camel and he asked them to give him water and Holy Prophet
Muhammad (saw) drank water from their container. So they asked about
the Quraysh caravan and he replied to them that he saw them at Taim.
So Quraysh became very excited and it was not long after that the
travelers (of that caravan) reported the exact events (as had
occurred).

Proof of Isra and Miraj (Shab-e-Meraj, Lailat-ul-Miraj) in the Glorious Qur'an:

The Heavenly Journey of Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be
upon him and his progeny has been straight forwardly explained in two
Surahs of the Glorious Qur'an.

In the Surah al-Isra (Surah 17 - also known as Bani Isra'il), it is
mentioned: Glory be to Him Who made His servant (Prophet Muhammad) to
go on a night from the Sacred Mosque (Masjid al-Haram) to the Farthest
Mosque (Masjid al-Aqsa) of which We have blessed the precincts, so
that We may show to him some of Our signs; surely He is the Hearing,
the Seeing. (Glorious Qur'an, 17:1)

From this verse, we come to the conclusion that Holy Prophet Muhammad,
peace and blessing be upon him and his progeny traveled with his
physical body (servant) through the worlds of Ascension. Further, by
the greatness of the Hidden Power, Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) was
able to complete this journey in a very short span of time.

Allah (swt) starts His speech with the phrase (Subhan) which denotes
the fact that Allah (swt) is free from all deficiencies - but He does
not stop here. Rather, He makes the ascension the reason for His
greatness by saying 'made to travel' (Isra) so that others do not
imagine that the means of this journey was through causes of the
natural world and with normal, ordinary means of transportation. This
would have made his journey something that could have been denied.
Rather, this journey was accomplished by relying upon the power of
Allah (swt) and His specific and special blessings.

Although this verse states that the start of the journey was from
Masjid al-Haram and ended at Masjid al-Aqsa, this does not contradict
the fact that Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him
and his progeny in addition to this trip, also had other trips towards
the higher world, since another part of the journey of Ascension of
Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) is explained in verses of Surah an-Najm.

From the time Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him
and his progeny told the Quraysh, 'I saw the angel of revelation (when
he received the first revelation) in his original and pure state,' all
the Quraysh raised up to mock him. Glorious Qur'an, in response to the
thoughts of the ignorant people replies: "Will you then argue with him
about what he saw? He certainly saw him (Jibreel) during his other
ascent to the Lote-tree (in the seven heavens) near which is Paradise.
When the tree was covered with a covering, (Muhammad's) eyes did not
deceive him, nor did they lead him to falsehood. He certainly saw the
greatest (signs) of the existence of his Lord." (Glorious Qur'an,
53:12-18)

The object of this grand journey was to make known to Holy Prophet
Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him and his progeny the various
aspects of the existence of the great universe.

A person asked our 4th Imam, Imam Ali bin Hussain (as): "Is there a
particular place for Allah (swt)?"

Imam Ali bin Hussain (as) replied: "no."

The man said: "Then why did He make his Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace
and blessing be upon him and his progeny, journey through the skies?"

Imam Ali bin Hussain (as), replied: "He made him ascend so that he
might become aware of the expanse of the universe and see and hear
wonderful things, the like of which had not been seen and heard by the
eyes and ears before."

Meraj (Night Ascension) or Miraj-un-Nabi and Modern Science:

It has been an on going discussion and debate for hundreds of years
concerning the method of travel of Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace and
blessing be upon him and his progeny during the Meraj. Many things
have been said regarding this journey and its being physical or only
spiritual even though from the Glorious Qur'an and the Ahadith there
is no doubt that it was a physical ascension.

However, one problem from the point of view of science prevented some
people in believing the reality and thus, the Meraj of Holy Prophet
Muhammad (saw) was recorded as being simply spiritual. Another group
went a step further and believed that this complete event was simply a
dream and that Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) experienced the Meraj
during his sleep!

The heavenly journey went against the scientific and natural laws of
today such as: the law of gravity of the earth; its speed of travel of
25,000 miles per hour; the weightlessness of an object that is outside
of the airspace of earth; the fact that it is not possible to breathe
the air that is outside our atmosphere; the various cosmic rays;
meteorites and air pressure; and the speed of light that goes at the
speed of approximately 300,000 kilometers a second; and other such
examples.

Fortunately however, it must be known that through scientific research
and investigation, the space scientists of the Soviet Union
successfully launched Sputnik I. The world's first artificial
satellite was about the size of a basketball, weighed only 183 pounds,
and took about 98 minutes to orbit the Earth on its elliptical path,
on October 4, 1957. They were able to demonstrate to mankind with
ease, that they could overcome such problems as the gravitational
pull, cosmic rays, problems with breathing in space, and others,
through various technologically designed and built equipment and
instruments.

Even today, the space science research is ever increasing and the
scientists and researchers are confident that in a matter of time,
they will be able to place life on one of the planets in our solar
system; just as today, they have opened up the exploration to the moon
and the planet Mars.

These scientific progresses and advancements in technology and
industry are a clear proof that such a celestial travel (that of Holy
Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessing be upon him and his progeny on
the night of Meraj) is possible and can not be classified as something
that was impossible. Meraj (Night Ascension)


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