Every Illness Has A Cure: The Islamic Perspective- Quranic …

نوشته شده در موضوع خرید اینترنتی در 02 آوریل 2016

by Mawlana Sikander Khan Pathan

Praise be to Allah, Knower of all ailments and their dark cures. May assent and salutations be on His initial soothsayer Adam, His final soothsayer Muhammad and all a prophets that came in between Amen! (Amen!).

Muslims like so many others trust in a creator. We trust that we were sent into this universe as vicegerent of Allah. The Holy Quran informs us that male and jinn were combined for a ceremony of Allah. After genocide we shall all be resurrected on a Day of Judgment and we shall be judged according to a deeds.

Therefore a element of life is:

“He Alone has a keys of a secret treasures, of that no one knows solely Him. He knows whatever is in a land and in a sea; there is not a singular root that falls though His knowledge, there is conjunction a pellet in a dark of a earth nor any thing uninformed or dry that has not been available in a Clear Book.”
Quran 6.59 (Translator Malik)

It serve says in a Quran:
“And Hold quick a wire of Allah, all together, and do not be divided”
Quran 3.103 (Translator Malik)

Medication:

There are many Ahadith (traditions of Prophet Muhammad assent be on him (pbuh) that inspire a Muslims to find medical treatment. Some of them are mentioned below:

Abu Hurayrah narrates that The Prophet pbuh said:
“There is no illness that Allah has created, solely that He also has combined a remedy.”
Bukhari 7.582

Usamah ibn Shuraik narrated:
“… ‘O Allah’s Messenger! Should we find medical diagnosis for a illnesses?’ He replied: ‘Yes, we should find medical treatment, given Allah, a Exalted, has let no illness exist though providing for a cure, solely for one ailment, namely, aged age’.”
Tirmidhi

Taking correct caring of ones health is deliberate by a Prophet Muhammad pbuh to be a right of a body.
Bukhari as-Sawm 55, an-Nikah 89, Muslim as-siyyam 183, 193, Nisai

The Prophet not usually educated ill people to take medicine, though he himself invited consultant physicians for this purpose.
D.o.H. p.50, As-Suyuti’s Medicine of a Prophet p.125

From this brief commencement one would accumulate that Imaan (faith) and Tawakkul (trust) have to be a uttermost critical partial of a Muslim’s belief. Hence, problems, illnesses or troubles of life, should be really easy to cope with. But, given this element universe has been classed as Darul Asbaab (A universe of means) it is compulsory to take remedy for one’s illness. In many cases Mufti’s would give a statute of self-murder for one who died in a eventuality of not holding medicine. We all would be compulsory by Shariah (Islamic Law) to have trust in Allah though hunt for a cure, that would be classed as a top class of Tawakkul – Trust in Allah.

Dr Shehzadi Munir a late psychiatrist says: “I found it really easy to use on eremite people given we approach their emotions to a certain post and a best post to have faith in is Allah – God, a Maker of a Universe.”

To stop a chairman descending in a trap of worry and stress we have been suggested that: “Imaan (Faith) is between fear and Hope!”
Mishkat

Is it a Punishment?

One can't outline that he is a sinner, hence he is being punished;
“O My servants who have transgressed opposite their souls do not despondency of Allah’s mercy, for Allah forgives all sins. Indeed it is He who is a Forgiving, a Merciful.”
Quran 39.53

Some people trust that we are innate sinners and therefore sacrament is to censure for a psychological condition of a patient. Islam teaches that male is innate pristine from sin; it is usually after in life that he does good and becomes improved or does immorality and becomes worse.

What is a position of a mentally ill studious in Islam?

Islamic Law manners that a violent are immune they will have no tab and all their sins will be forgiven. “Allah burdens not an particular some-more than his capability”
Quran 2.286

Mufti Shafi on a above hymn comments that: A person’s actions can be divided into dual categories, intentional and involuntary. They will be reckoned for a intentional actions though a contingent ones are excused.
Ma aarifiul Quran 2.286

Islam is really kind and bargain towards tellurian nature, hence we have been told from a really opening that: “Mankind has been combined weak”
Quran 4.28

In other difference if we do indulge in abomination, one should not spin disorientated, though arise above a conditions and spin to his Lord in repentance, for indeed He is Al-Gaffar (Most Forgiving) Ar-Rahman (Most Merciful).
“The repenter from sins is like one who has no impiety during all”
Mishkat

Islam never ceases to inspire plea for those who transgress!

A sinner is not authorised to discuss a name of a committed impiety (when seeking forgiveness) given in doing so he will torture a heart that is forbidden. This teaches us that Islam is really bargain towards a sinners let alone a mentally ill.

In this day of complicated medicine, male has detected that mental illness is mostly a pathological, genetic or organic illness. It can also be a conservative impact to socio-cultural dilemmas like divorce, subdivision etc.

Sometimes mental illness in patients has a informative change hence, an ill studious of England would infrequently see Isa (Jesus) pbuh, an African would see spirits though a Asian would see Jinn’s, magicians etc.
Dr S Munir

Why a suffering?

When a chairman is in pain or pang possibly he is a good chairman and his place in Jannah (Heaven) is towering or else he is a sinner whose sins will be forgiven by this illness.

Abu Hurayrah has narrated from Prophet Muhammad pbuh that: “Whenever a Muslim is cheerless by illness, continual pain, anxiety, grief, damage or by a thorn with that he is pricked. Allah causes this to be an confession for his sins.”
Mishkat

Abu Saeed Khudri and Abu Hurayrah narrates that a Prophet pbuh said: “No fatigue, disease, sorrow, sadness, hurt, or trouble befalls a Muslim, even if it were a cut he receives from a thorn, though that Allah expiates some of his sins for that.”
Bukhari.7.545

Patients’ Rights

God, The Lord of Honour and Glory, will contend on a Day of Judgement:
‘Son of Adam, we was ill and we did not revisit me.’
The male will say: ‘My Lord, how could we revisit You and You are a Lord of a universe!’
God will say: ‘Did we not know My menial so and so was ill and we did not revisit him?
Did we not realize that if we had visited him, we would have found Me with him?’
Development of Hospitals (D.o.H.) p.42, Muslim Al-Birr, 25

Abu Musa Ashari narrates that a Prophet (pbuh) said:
“Feed a hungry, revisit a sick, and set giveaway a captives.”
Bukhari 7.552

Amulets and Pendants

There is a disagreement in some communities that Islam discourages medical diagnosis and classes psychiatric illness as a spell of Devils and associates it with immorality so they try out opposite Taweez (amulets and pendants). This is a thing, that can be found in some communities who have been heavily shabby by their family traditions and cultures.

The Prophet pbuh used amulets though when indispensable he always took medicine.

Abu Said Khudri narrates that The Prophet pbuh said: “Once when a Holy Prophet (upon whom be peace) fell ill, Gabriel came and asked: O Muhammad, are we ill? The Holy Prophet answered in a affirmative. Gabriel Said: we blow on we in a name of Allah from all that troubles we and from a immorality of any essence and a immorality demeanour of any envier. May Allah revive You to health. we blow on we in His name.”

Muslim Aishah narrates that: Whenever Allah’s Apostle paid a revisit to a patient, or a studious was brought to him, he used to plead Allah, saying, “Take divided a disease, O a Lord of a people! Cure him as You are a One Who cures there is no heal though Yours, a heal that leaves no disease.”
Bukhari 5.579

Aishah narrates that: During a Prophet’s deadly illness, he used to recite a Mu’auwidhaat (Surah Al-Falaq and Surah An-Naas / Quran chapters 113 and 114) and afterwards blow his exhale over his body. When his illness was aggravated, we used to recite those dual Surahs (chapters), blow my exhale over him and make him massage his physique with his possess palm for a blessings.” (Ma’mar asked Az-Zuhri: How did a Prophet used to blow? Az-Zuhri said: He used to blow on his hands and afterwards upheld them over his face.)
Bukhari 7.631

Abdul Aziz narrates that: Thabit and we went to Anas bin Malik. Thabit said, “O Abu Hamza! we am sick.” On that Anas said, “Shall we yield we with a Ruqya (Amulet) of Allah’s Apostle?” Thabit said, “Yes.” Anas recited, “O Allah! The Lord of a people, a Remover of trouble! (Please) heal (Heal) (this patient), for You are a Healer. None brings about recovering though You; a recovering that will leave behind no ailment.”
Bukhari 7.638

The Prophets’ Sunnah (Tradition):

Anas ibn Malik narrates that: A lady who had a forsake in her brain, said: Allah’s Messenger, we wish to speak to you. He said: Mother of so and so, select on that side of a highway we would like to mount and talk, so that we might perform your need. He stood with her on a path until she spoke to her heart’s content.
Muslim 1081

This shows that a Prophet pbuh never discriminated between a lucid or insane. As prolonged as this lady conversed with him patiently he continued to listen. Anas used to tell of a Prophet (peace be on him) that he would revisit a sick.
Tirmidhi 1529

Don’t Discriminate!

‘The soothsayer in his visits did not distinguish opposite bum people. He even visited ill non-Muslims.’
Bukhari Tafseer Surah 59

Traditions of The Early Muslims:

During a Islamic duration attempts were finished by a Muslims to yield suitable comforts and assistance to ill people. The 10 years (13/634-23/644) underneath a order of a second Caliph, Umar ibn al-Khattab, saw many open gratification works in a Islamic State. The Caliph was so endangered for a gratification of bum people that he accompanied a group of physicians with a army move towards Persia.
D.o.H. p.58

Ibn Tulun Hospital

Ibn Tulun a administrator of Cairo 259/872 determined a sanatorium on a settlement of a sanatorium in Baghdad. In addition, several wards were assembled for eye diseases, orthopedic and surgical cases. Ibn Tulun took a special seductiveness in a gratification of a patients and he used to check a swell of a patients privately any Friday. In this Hospital he had also finished a apart territory for a diagnosis of a insane.
D.o.H. P.63, Tib al Arab Translation of Arabian Medicine by E.G. Brown by N.A. A. Wasti P.448

Benjamin of Tudela, a Jewish historian, who visited Baghdad in 556/1160 found during slightest sixty medical institutions there and wrote per Sultan Salah al-Din. “All are good supposing for from a king’s stores with spices and other necessaries. Every studious who claims assistance is fed during a king’s responsibility until his heal is complete. There is another immeasurable building called Darul Maraphtan in that are sealed adult all those violent persons who are met with during a prohibited season, any one of whom is cumulative by iron bondage until his reason earnings when he is authorised to lapse home they are frequently examined by a king’s officers allocated for this purpose and when they are found to be hexed of their reason again they are immediately liberated. All this is finished by a aristocrat in pristine gift towards all those who come to Baghdad possibly ill or insane, for a aristocrat is a divine male and his goal is glorious in this respect.”
D.o.H. P.68, C. Elgood, a medical story of Persia, p.172

Bimaristan al-Salihani Ayyubi:
The Sultan Salah al-Din Ayyubi converted a house in Cairo into a sanatorium in 577/1181. On a walls a whole Quran was written. Ibn Jubayr describes a sanatorium in these words:

“This sanatorium is one of a prides of Salah al-Din. This is a pretentious and pleasing palace. The bedrooms are many elegant; in any room beds are spread, on that mattresses and pillows are placed in an nurse manner. There is a apart room for a dispensing of medicine and for this purpose chemists and compounders have been appointed. For lunatics, there are apart houses, that embody a immeasurable courtyard.”
Juju Sedan, Tarkio al Tamaddun al-Islami, V.111 p.188, quoted in Tib al Arab, p.451,
D.o.H. p.67

First European Mental Hospital It is engaging to note that a brothers of St. John built a initial European mental sanatorium in a 15th Century C.E. during Valencia in Spain. This European establishment was formed on a identical establishment in Cairo and modelled on a Bimaristan of Baghdad (which was built in 136-158/754-775). The same brothers were after summoned to France by Marie de Medici to to build psychiatric hospitals during Charenton and a Charite during Senlis.
D.o.H. p.70,
S.H.Z.Naaqui, ‘Islam and Development of Science’, Nigerian Journal of Islam, V. i, p.5, (1971-72)

Conclusion

We trust that any illness has a heal though it is unto male to investigate and find a cure. Let us urge to Allah that He strengthens a faith for a assent and assent that are such critical mixture for us being an ideal society.

The recommendation of a Prophet Muhammad pbuh “Allah, The Most Merciful, has redemption on a kind therefore, be kind on a dwellers of a earth. He will have redemption on we Who is in a heavens.”

Hadith
Amr ibn Maymun al-Awdi narrates that: Allah’s Messenger (peace be on him) pronounced to a male in a march of an exhortation:
“Grasp 5 things before 5 others: your girl before your decrepitude, your health before your illness, your cache before your poverty, your convenience before your work, and your Life before your death.”
Tirmidhi 1337

A summary of The Holy Quran:
“Whoever kills a tellurian being, not in lieu of another tellurian being nor given of effect on earth, it is as if He has killed all mankind: and if he saves a tellurian life, it is as if he has saved a lives of all mankind”.
Quran 5:33

(c) 2000 Mawlana Sikander Khan Patha

Article source: http://www.fiqh.org/2009/04/every-illness-has-a-cure-the-islamic-perspective/

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