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29-11-2010, 11:50
Ik heb een vraagje. Ik kom verschillende documenten en nasheeds van asma ul husna tegen, maar ik zie steeds 2 'verschillende'. De ene begint met Allah als eerste naam en die heeft geen Al-Ahad in het lijstje. De andere begint met Arrahman en heeft wel Al-Ahad in het lijstje. Hoe zit dat?

29-11-2010, 12:49


Salaam aleikum.

Het antwoord staat in de volgende tekst:


Citaat:
wa 'alaykumus-salaamu wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

1) When one lists the names of Allaah that come in the Qur'aan, mufrad not mudhaaf, and not mushtaqq, one gets around 50 names. These names are pretty much agreed upon that they are Allaah's Names.

2) There exists 18, by the research of Ibn 'Uthaymeen, from the authentic Sunnah, some of them explicitly mention a name of Allaah that is not found in the Qur'aan.

3) There are about 80 names in total that have very clear evidence. They are mentioned in this thread:

http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=8&Topic=2651

4) As Shaykh Al-Islaam and others have stated, there is no authentic hadeeth identifying the intended 99 names of Allaah referred to in the hadeeth, "Allaah has 99 Names, whoever enumerates them goes to Jannah."

5) In their ijtihaads to complete 99 names, the ulamaa' took different approaches and used different priciples to arrive at them. Some of them allowed a name to be mushtaqq from a verb, like those who considered AL-MUN'IM to be a name of Allaah, from them Ibn Mandah in At-Tawheed, based on the aayah in Al-Faatihah. Others allowed a name that is mudhaaf or mudhaaf ilayhe to be considered a name of Allaah in the mufrad form, like An-Noor from the aayah: Noor as-samaawaati wal-ardh [Soorah an-Noor:35], like Al-Bayhaqee in his book and Sufyaan ibn 'Uyanynah as mentioned in Fat-hul-Baaree. Ibn 'Uthaymeen as well followed this guideline somewhat in al-Qawaa'id al-Muthlaa. Others allowed a mudhaaf and mudhaaf ilayhe phrase, the whole thing, to be considered a name of Allaah, like Thul-Jalaali wal-Ikraam, like As-Sa'dee and Ibn 'Uyaynah. All of it is ijtihaad and there is no text from the Messenger to confirm or deny their ijtihaads.

6) For all names that we have no text for, or we doubt that the text can be used as proof to establish one of Allaah's Names, then we do not affirm that Name.

7) This lack of affirmation does not mean that we negate the name, however we do not affirm it by referring to Allaah by it, ie calling on Him with it, naming ourselves with it, etc.
Dit is geschreven door de student Moosaa Richardson en geciteerd uit de volgende topic.

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:TEjSwU0SmQ0J:www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm%3FForum%3D15%26Topic%3D2631+names +of+Allaah+spubs&cd=3&hl=nl&ct=clnk&gl=nl

(De originele topic doet het niet, omdat dat forum aangepast wordt, vandaar deze lange omweg-link)