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Bulletins Bulletin : Published and Discussed
Date: Thursday, October 02, 2003
From: moner-manush
Subject:
786 The real Meaning
Description:


'786'


The innovation of writing '786' replacing 'Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem' has been adopted for a long time and the majority of the Ummah is still indulged in it inadvertently. Apart from the common folk, the scholars also heed no attention towards it and to avoid disrespect to the Holy Words they use it in their letters and documents. They adopt it as 'correct' and 'better' way to invite Allah's blessings and have also started replacing the Holy Words by this number on their houses, offices, buildings, etc. Unfortunately, this tendency is gradually gaining momentum.

But, do we see this number instead of the Holy Words in the Holy Quran?

Or, can we write it there as well? can we remove 'Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem' from the top of Surah al-Faatiha and replace it with the number 786? Obviously not.

If we study the Qur'aan, we see it carries the holy words in a letter from Prophet Sulaiman (AS) to the Queen of Sheeba - Bilqis - who was an infidel at that time. Even Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in his letters to different heads of states and governments, used the holy words at the top.

Therefore, whosoever uses 786 with the intention to obtain Allah's blessings, is a misguided person and any attempt to justify it, is ignorance.

More astonishing is that fact that '786' is an aggregation of the numbers of Hindu 'Lord Hari Krishna'.

H(a)iri Kr(i)shna h-5, r-200, r-10, k-20, r-200, sh-300, n-50, a-1 = Aggregate of 786

Thus, the aggregate number of these letters (Hari Krishna) equals 786. This is also the case of 'Bismillaah al-Rahmaan al-Raheem'. Therefore, it is necessary to avoid using this number to avoid the danger of being indulging in infidelity. Islam's foundation is laid on the belief in Tawheed (oneness of God).

If we associate anyone with Allah's exalted names orally or practically, we would be committing infidelity which is an unpardonable sin.

The Quran warns us, one who finds a rival against Allah, Allah will never allow him to enter paradise, and his abode is the hell.

The letters by the Prophet (SAW) to non-Muslim Kings and chiefs bear the holy words 'Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem'. This was also the case of his noble companions. Did the Prophet (SAW) and his companions respect the Holy Words less than we do? Was the verse, 'Today I completed your religion for you', revealed to the Prophet (SAW) or to the so called scholars of our age who are all bent to amend the Divine principles.

Now, when it became known that '786' is written in place of Hindu, 'Lord Krishna', and has no significance in the Holy Quran and Sunnah, it is obviously an innovation and goes against the Divine doctrine of 'Obey Allah and His Prophet (SAW)'.

Similarly, some Muslims replace Allah's name by the number '66' and the Prophet's name by '92'. But if one ask, the number '420' is used against somebody's name and he is called '420'. Can he bear such an insult?

Calling someone by a nick name is a sin. Allah Ta'ala says, 'Don't call one another

Allah Hafiz


People Discussion
ontora ..
(Friday, October 03, 2003)

great posting .nice one.


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