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Universality Of Religions and Finality Of Islam.
« on: April 12, 2019, 05:43:41 PM »
  :salam:

 As stated by Sayyadi Sheikh Muhyidden Ibn Arabi, may Allah be Merciful to him, in his Futuhat Makkiyyah:-

 "All religions (Shara'i) are lights. Among these religions, the revealed religion of Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace) is like the sun among the lights of the stars: If the sun comes out, the lights of the stars are no longer seen and their lights are absorbed into the light of the sun... the disappearance of their lights resembles what, of the religious laws, has been abrogated (nusikha) by his law (Sallallahu alaih Wasallam) despite their existence, just as the lights of the stars still exist.

 This is why we are required by our universal law to believe all Prophetic Messengers (rusul) and to believe that all their laws are truth, and did not turn into falsehood by being abrogated."
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