Dec 14, 2011

Where is Allah ? Di mana Allah ?

Below are the collection of opinions
on the Question Where is Allah
without saying which one is wrong or right

Allah is everywhere 
as explain by Harun Yahya
Uploaded by on 6 Dec 2011

Mr Harun Yahya' explaination on
" Everything is the manifestation of Allah "
Uploaded by on 22 Apr 2011

 Dr Bilal Philips comment on 
what had explained by Mr Harun Yahya 
about saying Allah is everywhere
Uploaded by on 26 Apr 2010

Where is Allah
several opinion of scholars

Uploaded by on 28 Aug 2010


 Explanation on a hadis where
Prophet Muhammad asking Jariah
Where is Allah ?
(presented in Melayu language)


Uploaded by on 9 Dec 2009

Maulana Mohd Asri Yusoff
- Penjelasan Hadis: Nabi s.a.w. bertanya jariah: "Di mana Allah!" Jariah menjawab: "Fis Samaa' (Di langit)"
- Al-Imam al-Nawawi, pensyarah Sahih Muslim memilih pendapat Khalaf dengan melakukan takwil
- Mazhab salaf menetapkan sifat (Isbat sifat) tanpa melakukan takwil.
- Nabi s.a.w. menerima jawapan jariah: "Allah di langit.." tanpa meminta perinciannya
- Persoalan: Dianggap berimankah sesiapa yang tidak tahu sebahagian dari sifat-sifat Allah?
- Bolehkah belajar Sifat 20
- Cara Sifat 20 tidak menafikan sifat-sifat Allah yang lain
- 3 golongan termasuk Ahlus Sunnah: 1, Ahli hadis 2. Ahli Nazhor 3. Ahli Wijdan
- Jangan berkelahi. Kita semua adalah termasuk Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jamaah
- Menerangkan berkaitan aqidah dibenarkan dan tidak bid'ah menggunakan pelbagai cara untuk menghadapi pelbagai ragam manusia
- Lagi penjelasan tentang maksud Fis Samaa' (Allah di langit)
- Penjelasan maksud hadis:
Nabi s.a.w. bertanya jariah: "Siapa saya?" Jariah menjawab: "Engkau Rasulullah." Nabi s.a.w. bersabda: "Merdekakanlah dia, kerana sesungguhnya dia telah beriman.."

(Narration in English)

Uploaded by on 1 Jun 2009

Explanation of Hadith Al Jariya (Slave Girl) Ain Allah
When the Prophet, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, asked the black slave woman the question: "Aynallah?", the scholars said this meant he was asking her about her belief in the status of Allah. She answered: "Fis-sama'" which has the meaning that Allah has the highest status.

Also Imam al-Bayhaqiy said "hadith al-jariah is Mudtarib (inconsistent because it has five different narrations), and if it was sahih, it would mean that the Prophet is asking her about her belief in Allah and she indicated that Allah has a very high status, because Allah is clear from being in a place".This ta'weel of Imam al-Bayhaqiy has to do with the Arabic language and is interpreted in accordance to the arabic language and according to what befits the Islamic belief and the logic.

Yet the mushabbihah (those who liken Allah to the creations) insist on taking the literal meaning saying that the Prophet asked her about the place of Allah, and that she said, "In the sky," meaning that the sky is a place for Allah. But it's agreed among Salaf and Khalaf that the Mutashabih Ayat and Ahadith cannot be taken literally.

Copying from Imam al-'Ashariyy, Imam al-Bayhaqiyy, in his book, Al-Asma' was-Sifat, page 488, said: "Allah,taala, is not in a place. Movement, coming to rest, and sitting are among the attributes of bodies."

Imam Ibn Rajab al-Hanbaliyy explained the term al-istiwa', in SuratTaha, ayah 5:
الرحمن على العرش استوى 
as al-istila', which means subjugating. When al-istila' is used to explain this ayah it means that Allah subjugated the ^arsh with a subjugation that is without a beginning, like all of the attributes of Allah. If the ayah is explained in this manner, it means that Allah was attributed with subjugating the ^arsh before the ^arsh was created in the same way that Allah was attributed with being the Creator before anything from the creation existed. In this context, the scholars have used the term al-azal, which means the status of existing without a beginning. Thus it can be said that Allah subjugated the ^arsh in al-azal, meaning that Allah subjugated the ^arsh with a subjugation which is without a beginning. Yet the mushabbihah insist on taking the literal meaning, and they say istiwa' means Allah 'sits' on the throne and 'firmly establishes' Himself on it.

In his book, Al-Mutaqad, Imam al-Bayhaqiyy related in a chain back to al-'Awzaiyy and Imam Malik and Sufyan ath-Thawriyy and al-Layth Ibn Sa^d that when they were asked about the ayat and the ahadith that are mutashabihat, they said:

"أمروها (صفات الله) كما جاءت بلا كيف"

which means: "Accept them as they came without applying a 'how' to them." This is because if one asked the question 'how?' the answer would be, 'Like this or that.' Everything other than Allah is His creation so to say 'like this or that' would mean 'like this or that created thing' and Allah is not like His creation. Anything a person can imagine, Allah is different from it. When the scholars said: "... without applying a 'how' to them," they meant that Allah is clear of being attributed with sitting, resting, moving, limbs, bodies, and parts. They did not mean that His istiwa' over the throne has a 'how' of which we are ignorant. On the contrary, the scholars completely negated that a 'how' could be applied to Allah. So the statement of those who say "Allah sits on the throne but we do not know how," is rejected on the basis of what these scholars said.

Anyone with a sound mind knows that sitting, no matter how it is, is an attribute of bodies. Occupying places necessitates a 'how' and applies to bodies. Furthermore, color and touching are attributes of bodies and 'how' applies to them. All of that is impossible to apply to Allah.

Likewise, the hadith of the Prophet, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam:

means: If you are merciful to those on earth, the angels, who occupy the heavens, will bring onto you the mercy of Allah.

Yet, the mushabbihah insist on taking the literal meaning saying the hadith means: "Allah, Who occupies the heavens, will be merciful to you."

It's an Ijma that Allah does not reside in a place and it's logical as well. For, before the places, Allah existed without a place, and after creating the place he is as he was without a place because he does not need anything. Imam Aliyy (Radiallahu ^anhu) said: "Kanallahu Wala makan, Wahuwa-l`ana ala ma alayhi kan" that is without a place.

This is the aqidah of the Muslims the salaf and the Khalaf.

Di mana Allah
Ustaz Rasul Dahri
Uploaded by on 2 Mar 2009

 Uploaded by on 14 Apr 2009
Di mana Allah 
Ustaz Mohd Rizal

Uploaded by on 28 Aug 2011
The Exclusive Attributes & General Attributes Of Almighty Allah
- Dr Tahir ul Qadri -

Uploaded by on 3 Oct 2011

Mukhalafatuhu lilhawadith
ﻣﺨﺎﻟﻔﺘﻪ ﻟﻠﺤﻮﺍﺩﺙ
Menyalahi atau berlainan bagi Allah dengan suatu yang baru
( Allah tidak sama dengan makhluk)

Allah does not resemble any creatures
( Difference with the new * )
* Other than Allah called " new " (creatures)
and Allah is not the same as new.
Non-resemblance to the creations

Sifat 20 صفة or The 20 Attributes of Allah

Where is Allah

Uploaded by on 13 Feb 2011

Istawa (Establishment) and Nazul (Descent) of Allah
Existence of God is a widely discussed reality amongst people around the world (Muslims and non-muslims alike), some deny it without proper investigation (i.e. atheists), many make co-sharers with Him (like Christians, Hindus, etc...), and many believe in His unity (oneness). 
However there are some who strictly but falsely claim to be protectors and right advocators of His Oneness (tawhid) like Jews and the so called “reformers of Islam” but if we take a close look at their beliefs we will find many similarities, for example seating the Lord literally upon on throne
[Ibn Taymiyya said in his Fatawa: "The establishment of Allah over the Throne is real, and the servant's establishment over the ship is real (وللّه ـ تعالى ـ استواء على عرشه حقيقة، وللعبد استواء على الفلك حقيقة،) [Majmu` al-Fatawa, (5/199)], believing Him to have literal hands, shins, legs, eyes, etc… 
[Refer to Wahabi Published English translation of Qur'an by Muhsin Khan/Hilali under 3:73 or Page # 81] This is something which is main belief of Literalists and they propagate that Istawa al'al Arsh mentioned in Qur'an is to be taken literally, and the descent of Lord (ينزل ربنا) mentioned in hadith along with him being in the sky (fi al Sam'a) is also to be taken apparently. 
.....  No acceptance by Imam Nawawi that Allah literally comes down (Naudhobillah) to the lowest heaven as falsely asserted by salafis......

...........  It was We Who created man, and We know what dark suggestions his soul makes to him: for We are nearer to him than (his) jugular vein.(50:16) ................

Di Manakah Allah ?  
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Di Mana Allah ?
Ustaz Hakim Abdat

Uploaded by on 19 Oct 2011

Where is Allah? 
Mufti Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera

Uploaded by on 22 Nov 2010
The Mufti explains the hadith of the slavegirl.


Where is Allah actually ?
Is it wrong to say
Allah is everywhere


Where is Allah ?
Syeikh Wahid 'Abdus Salam Bali from Mesir

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