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Inclusion in Islam of the Prophet's Dignified Parents‏
This place is said to be the 1st Qabar Sharif of Hadrat Sayyiduna Abdullah Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho at Dar an-Nabigha in Madina Munawwarah 4. Umm Samā’ah Asmā bint Abi-RaHm Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho narrates from her mother who was present with Sayyidah Āminah Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho before she passed away: Sayyidunā MuHammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam was about 5 or 6 years old sitting at his mother’s head side. The compassionate mother looked at her beloved son and said these words: بارك فيك الله من غلام يا ابن الذي من حومة الحمام نخابعون الملك المنعام فودى غداة الصرب باسهام بمائة من الابل السوام و ان صح ماانصرت في المنام فانت مبعوث الى الانام تبعث في الحل و في الحرم تبعث في التحقيق و الاسلام دين ابيك البرابر اهام فالله اناهك عن الاصنام ان لا تواليها مع الاقوام O Pure Son! My Allāh keep Barakāt in you O Beloved Son! By him, who is saved from the house of death. By the help of the generous King, Allāh The morning in which a ballot was put, A hundred tall camels sacrificed in thanksgiving If it is correct according to what I dreamt, Then you will be made the Prophet of the Universe which is the Religion of your pious Father Ibrā’hīm. I give you the oath of Allāh and forbid you from the Idols And do not have friendship with such nations. [Mawahib al Laduniya, 1:169 / Dalail an-Nabuwwah] This final testimony and advice of Hadrat Sayyidah Āminah Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho to her Karīm and Darling Son just moments before departing from this mundane world, AlHamdulillāh, is about TawHīd and refutation of Shirk. Her golden words are as radiant as the mid-day sun which clearly announces her declaration of steadfastness on Islām’ and the ‘Pure Dīn’ of Sayyidunā Nabī Ibrā’hīm Alaihis Salam. Besides this, what else is known as Īmān al- Kāmil ? And furthermore, there is full confirmation of the declaration of the Risālah of Sayyidunā Rasoolullāh SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam which he later made in his general public announcement of Prophethood. [This certainly completes the required verification of both, the TawHīd of Allāh SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala and the Risālah of the Nabī SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam. What more is now required to qualify for Īmān al-Kāmil ?] 5. Thereafter, Sayyidah Āminah Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho said: كلّ حى ميت ، و كلّ جديد بال ، و كلّ كبير لفينى و انا متينه و ذكرى باق و قد تركت خير و ولدت طهرا Every life has to die, every new thing will eventually get old and no matter how big a thing may be, it will one day perish. I am dying but my remembrance will always remain. And what a great gift am I leaving behind and what exceptional purity was born from me. [Mawahib al Laduniya, 1:70] These were her last words and she passed away after uttering them. انا لله و انا اليه راجعون ، رضى الله تعالى عنها و صلى الله تعالى على ابنها الكر يم و ذويه و بارك و سلم The Perception of her Imān and Prediction is worthy of deliberation! She predicts; “I will die but my remembrance will always remain.” In this world, thousands of princesses with crowns and kingdoms came and went with great spectacle, but they eventually became unknown dust and patches of the earth. Who remembers them and how many people know their names? On the contrary, who does not know the name of the chaste and honourable mother of the beloved Nabī SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam? She is remembered with admiration and dignity in all four corners of the world and even in the serene Heavens of the arcane territories. The skies and earths echo with her praises sung by both man and Angels. These echoes will be heard till Eternity. 6. Hadrat ‘Ayesha Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anha narrates that the Prophet SallAllahu 'Alaihi wa Sallam once asked Jibril 'Alaihis Salam about the superiority of his family. So, Jibril 'Alaihis Salaam replied: "I saw the whole world – the east and the west – I did not find one person greater than you and no family greater than Bani Hashim." [Mishkat al-MasabiH, Page 511]