السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته



The Prophet (salla-llaahu ^alayhi wasallam) said what means:


[A servant does not have faith until he believes that Allaah has predestined all, what is bad as well as what is good, until he knows that what happens to him was not meant for somebody else and that what happens to others was not meant for him.]

[1].

In ‘Haqiqat ul-Haqqani’

[2] it is said: “Every time that Mowlana Sheikh Nazim gives a lecture, he looks into the Preserved Tablet. Mowlana generally has the habit of looking slightly upwards before commencing a lecture and then he continues delivering his lecture. This is because he reads what he is going to say from the Preserved Tablet. Mowlana once said “When I pray, I look to see what is written in the Preserved Tablet for me to recite in Salat ul Luhr[3] and also for every prayer I do the same to find out what I should recite during that prayer from the Holy Quran. I don’t walk from this place to that except by looking and reading the Preserved Tablet”.

It takes a very ignorant man to make such a big mistake about a simple basic belief such as the Preserved Tablet (alLawhu_lMahfuuz). It says also a lot about the state of his blind-following or deceived followers.


Whatever we do, it is written in the Preserved Tablet. So looking into it in order to know what to do is useless. Nothing happens unless it is written in alLawhu lMahfuuz.


Nazim did not invent that, he learned it from his master Abdullah adDaghestani, as shown by Hisham Kabbani when he wrote about adDaghestani

[4]: “He became so famous at the age of seven that if anyone in his village wanted to marry, they would first go to him and ask if the marriage was destined to succeed. More than that, they would ask if the marriage was according to the Will of God as mentioned in the Preserved Tablets”.

Several decades ago, when Nazim met Sheikh ^Abdullaah alHarariyy, acting as an interpreter for adDaghestani, he translated from the latter an odd story about Muhyiddeen Ibn ^Arabiyy (rahimahu-llaah). He said that while Ibn al^Arabiyy was in jail, imprisoned by a Persian king, locked behind seven doors, he was presented with a female servant, 17 or 18 years old. He claimed that the Prophet (^alayhi ssalaatu wassalaam) came to him spiritually and said: “Your tim4e in jail has ended so think of what the consequences will be for the truth”. According to him, Ibn al^Arabiyy would have then looked into the Preserved Tablet and seen that the servant was his wife. When Sheikh ^Abdullaah alHarariyy heard this disgusting story he said: “Sheikh Muhyiddeen was too great to have sexual intercourse without legal marriage”. But adDaghestani replied unrepentant: “For those people, the marriage of the Throne is enough”.


The Nazim al Qubrusi files.


Defending the integrity of Sufism


--------------------------
---------------

[1] Transmitted by atTirmidhiyy.


[2] Page 31. This is a book Nazimites disowned completely in the nineties when a Sunniyy man started to distribute it in mosque to warn Muslims against Nazim al Qubrusi. Now it seems they’ve dropped all pretence, at least some of them.


[3] I believe this to be a simple typing mistake here, they probably meant “Zuhr”.