10 September 2010

Do NOT read Bismillah Hirrahmaan Niraaheem as 786





Assalamualaikum

this article is based on numeric letter of ABJAD and its spesific special values ;)


 If we accept that the correct value of BISMILLAAHIR RAHMAANIR RAHEEM IS 786, the number 786 remains MEANINGLESS! It could stand for or represent anything. With a little imagination, various alphabets can be grouped together to form a sensible or meaningless phrase containing a numerical value of 786. For example the following words have a numerical value of 786:

The total value is 786. It is an examinable evidence. So WHAT does it prove? This is but one example. Many others can be found! Even if the numerical value of BISMILLAAH was accurate (which is NOT the case), 786 is not exclusive for BISMILLAAH. The example above should be more than sufficient for this purpose.

Arabic
Allah revealed the Qur’an in Arabic. Let the Qur’an speak for itself, for it requires no advocates: "A book of verses of which are well expounded, a discourse in Arabic for people who understand..."(41:3); "We have revealed the Qur’an in Arabic so that you may understand."(43:3); "The speech of a man they imply is alien, while this is purest Arabic." (16:103) "And the (Qur’an) is a revelation from the Lord of the Worlds ... in plain Arabic." (26:192-195); "We have revealed a discourse in Arabic so that you may understand." (12:2).

It is a matter of FACT that Allah has revealed the Qur’an in Arabic, as stated in the above selection and in many other verses. Why was the Qur’an NOT revealed in mathematical figures? WHY ARE WE THEN, CONVERTING IT INTO NUMBERS??? Did Allah, perhaps, commit an error, which our scholars are trying to rectify? (Na’oozubillah). What message would mankind have received if the pages of the Qur’an had filled with numbers and nothing else? It would have been unintelligible and a mystifying conundrum!

We are instructed to recite the Qur’an Majeed, as can be seen from the following verses: "And (it is) a Qur’an that we have divided, that you may RECITE it unto mankind ate interval, and We have revealed it by (successive) revelation." (17:106); "RECITE then, of the Qur’an that is easy for you..." (73:20).

Now would one recite the Qur’an if it is reduced to numbers? As an example, we shall reduce the Soorah Fatiha to numerical figures for the benefit of the reader.




Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem............................................
787




Al-humdolillaahir rub-ul alamin................................................
632




Ar-Rahmaan-ur-Raheem.........................................................
618




Malikay yawm-midh deen.......................................................
242




Eeyya ka Na’ bo-du Wa eeyya ka nastha’een.......................
836




Ah’daynas-sira thal mustaqeem..............................................
1073




Sirat-ul a th(z)eena unamtha alay-him.....................................
1807




Ghayril magh dhubay alayhim waludh ‘aleen..........................
4194




Total numerical value...............................................................
10189

Does this mean that merely reading 10189 we have read the whole of Soorah al-Fatiha? How easy it is to gain reward by just repeating the numbers! For example, to recite Soorah al-Fatiha ten times, we only have to multiply by ten, i.e. 10189 ´ 10 = 101890, and just recite that number. Similarly the whole of the Qur’an can be reduced to numbers. Meaningless and of NO significance, the numbers will NOT have a message for the whole mankind!

Those who invented the "786", are GUILTY of tampering with the text of the Holy Qur’an. Muslims are invited to give up this EVIL and disgusting practice of using 786. It is, I repeat, an innovation, evil and in NO WAY sacred. It is a conspiracy against the kitaab (book) of Allah.

This old game of numbers was practised by the ancient Egyptians, as did many other civilisations. Islaam came to ELIMINATE ALL such superstitions, mysteries and numerological mumbo-jumbo. However, Muslims are still enslaved to the number game, and think that 786 represents BISMILLAAHIR RAHMAANIR RAHEEM.
May ALLAH give us all the guidance to practice what is most Pleasing to Him!

We are meant to understand that '786' stands for 'Bismillah Hirahmaan Niraaheem'. How did it come about, and who started it? The numerals 786 in no way represent 'Bismillah Hirahmaan Niraaheem' and is not the Sunnat way. If one fears abuse of the letter, etc. 'Bismillah Hirahmaan Niraaheem' should be recited verbally at the beginning of the letter which will suffice for the written script.

CAN NUMBER 786 REPLACE THE HOLY NAME OF GOD? The innovation of writing '786' replacing 'Bismillah Hirahmaan Niraaheem' has been adopted for a long time and the majority of the Ummah is still indulged in it advertently.




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 Qur'aan? Or, can we write it there as well? can we remove 'Bismillah Hirahmaan Niraaheem' 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 Solomon (pbuh) to the Queen of Sheeba -Bilqis - who was an infidel at that time. Even Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alaiyhi wassallam) 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




Now, when it became known that '786' is written in place of Hindu, 'Lord Krishna', and has no significance in the Holy Qur'aan and Sunnah, it is obviously an innovation and goes against the Divine doctrine of 'Obey Allah and His Prophet'. 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 by nick names'. If Allah prohibits the use of nicknames for fellow human beings, how can He allow the use of such insulting replacement number for Himself and His Prophet (sallallahu alaiyhi wassallam).

'Bismillah Hirahmaan Niraaheem' has great significance in the Qur'aan and Muslims are ordered to begin any work but in the names Allah,not in the number of '786' or any other substitution.

this article was taken at http://maseeh1.tripod.com/advices7/id152.htm .
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