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  • How To Be Sure That Ijma Aur Tawatur Of Sahaba Actually Reached Faroff Lands

    Posted by Furqan Salahi on June 28, 2021 at 8:43 am

    If sahaba after Fateh makka have spread to other places to spread the message of Islam, then for the people of that place how will ijma amd tawatur be considered as at some places only one sahabi have sent for teaching Islam

    Furqan Salahi replied 2 years, 7 months ago 4 Members · 8 Replies
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  • How To Be Sure That Ijma Aur Tawatur Of Sahaba Actually Reached Faroff Lands

    Furqan Salahi updated 2 years, 7 months ago 4 Members · 8 Replies
  • Dr. Irfan Shahzad

    Scholar June 29, 2021 at 4:14 am

    There is no such place in the record that only companion went somewhere. All the lands which the companions conquered received their unanimous and perpetual set of beliefs and practices from a large groups of them, and this tradition carried on from generations to generations till date. These lands were interconnected and the people used to travel in between frequently.

  • Furqan Salahi

    Member July 7, 2021 at 12:48 pm

    But we have many Reportings that Prophet Mohammad (s.a.w) sent sahaba towards many places for teaching islam (if am not wrong hazrat muaz bin jabal r.a were sent to a place to teach) where new people were embracing islam , then If this was the case ,for the people to whom that sahabi were teaching islam (from Qur’an sunnat and ijtehad according to that Hadith ) that particular Sahabi is the source of their knowledge , those people learnt from that particular sahabi Then how ijma and tawatur is established for those people

    ( Most probably mauz bin jabal r.a were sent to Yamen)

    • Nadeem Minhas

      Member July 7, 2021 at 6:56 pm

      In my opinion, If Sahabah who accompanied the prophet and were sent by prophet to teach Islam, there is no need for Ijmah for them because they learned from prophet and prophet verified their learnings and sent them.

      The generations that come after those Sahaba will carry information through Ijmah and twatur.

  • Furqan Salahi

    Member July 8, 2021 at 12:00 pm

    then ijma anad tawatur has broken between Nabi(s.a.w) and Those people who are learning from that sahabi , Definition of ijma and tawatur as per ghamidi sahab (as far as i understood) is many of the people should transfer from the level of sahaba with ijma of sahaba … Only one person is involved when the people are learning from that sahabi same as in khabr e wahid ,,, ijma and tawatur should be there at every level from Sahaba till today,, But As in that case Of Mauz ibne jabal r.a sent to yamen for teaching people of yamen, For the people of Yamen Deen is transferred not through ijma of sahaba and tawatur ,, I have this question

    • Nadeem Minhas

      Member July 8, 2021 at 12:48 pm

      You may have a point Brother Furqan and it needs to be clarified.

      But at this time we are global society and if only Yemeni people were doing something difference we would have identified it. These days Ijmah and twatur comes from all around the World.

  • Faisal Haroon

    Moderator July 8, 2021 at 4:22 pm

    Furqan the point that Ghamidi sahab makes is that everything that’s part of religion has been transmitted to us through ijma and tawatur. Every companion of Prophet SAW taught the same practice regardless of where they went. Even if people learnt from a single companion in a given region, collectively we find the same practice in every region. If we find a practice only transmitted by a certain companion only (which I’m unaware of any) then that practice won’t fulfill the requirement of ijma and tawatur and hence it won’t be categorized as part of religion.

  • Dr. Irfan Shahzad

    Scholar July 9, 2021 at 1:23 am

    Yemen is the part of Arabia not some far off isolated place.

    If a single companion transmit something he knows and learn from Ijma, it is the same tradition he is transmitting, however, it becomes mutawatar for the people who receive it witness in the community and the people of Yemen did witness.

    There is not incident in the history, where a single or a few companions taught Islam. They were sent to invite people to Islam but what they taught was a collective tradition, which they initially taught them and then they witness it in the community.

  • Furqan Salahi

    Member July 9, 2021 at 3:10 am

    Jazakallah for the replies

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