Liqa Ma'al Arab #138 Question/Answer English/Arabic by Hadrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh), Islam Ahmadiyya
@ 01:07 Arabic Translation
@ 12:35 Discussion on Khatamun Nabiyeen (the Seal of all Prophets) from surah Ahzaab. If one argument is weak the full set of arguments from Quran can't be ignored.
@ 15:36 Munazira (religious debate) was held in Sri Lanka - Shia Tafseer Saqi
@ 17:46 Huzoor(rh) then mentions a rawayat (narration) that Shia scholars have quoted.
@ 18:45 Healthy and unhealthy Hadiths. Names of the reporters. Rawi (narrator) of Hadith.
1. Hadrat Anas - He's the most reliable and the best for doing work on the science of Hadith.
2. Hadrat Imam Hassan Basri - most reliable as he reported from Hadrat Anas.
3. Malik bin Dinar - Not many Hadiths are reported, but when he reports Hadith, they are reliable.
4. Mohammed bin Sawwad - known man against whom nothing is written.
@ 26:25 In one Hadith Holy Prophet Muhammad(saw) informs us about the Messiah who has to come, not the one that is past. And he uses the word Nabiullah (Prophet of Allah). There was no Nabi between Isa and Muhammad(saw).
@ 27:39 Every scholar knows that Hadith about the death of Hadrat Ibrahim, the son of Holy Prophet Muhammad(saw) who died very young. The verse was revealed after Hadrat Ibrahim's death.
@ 29:02 Hadith: The last prophet and last mosque.
@ 31:02 Is there no mosque built after him?
@ 30:30 Arabic Translation
@ 30:04 An Arabic scholar Ibn Hijr Askalini praises the reporters of Hadith to be the best and reliable.
@ 46:31 God killed him or made him die, lest he should become a prophet (Hadrat Ibrahim)? This was so because no Prophet would come after Mohammed(pbuh)? Some scholars are not satisfied with this Hadith.
@ 53:06 This forum has been created for reaching the common Muslim people.
@ 55:55 Arabic Translation
@ 58:30 The meaning of Khatam (Seal)
@ 59:18 Arabic Translation
A regular sitting of Arabic speaking friends with Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih IV(rh). Session no. 138, recorded on 13th March 1996 in English and Arabic.
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