Was “Isra Wal-Mi’raj” Just A Dream
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Some people say that the Isra-wal-Meâraj â the night journey of the Prophet ï·º from Makkah to Jerusalem â was just a dream, but what does Islamic history say? More interestingly, what did the Prophet ï·º himself say to those people when they asked him the same question directly?
Shaykh Hasib Noor sheds light on this issue.
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the angel jabril la ceram came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in Mecca when he was resting by the cabinet in order to inform him one day that he would be taken at night, from Mecca all the way to courts to Palestine to Jerusalem in order to fulfill the night journey and ascension to heaven. He would be ascended to heaven from measure the Luxor and the Prophet sallallahu. wasallam reported these events the next day to his companion and will buckle as well as many of the other companions at his time. To the extent that the number of reports that tell us about this night journey and ascension to the heavens, where the where the prophesy centum was given the legislation
of prayer, where he was given the revelation of the last verses the source of Bukhara how important it was through so many narrations where it's impossible for us to ever think that it was anything except a physical event that took him from measured how long all the way to measure the left saw, to the extent that some of the flesh they asked some of the companions did the prophets I send them to do this. And the prophets I said him came in front of them. And they said to him, describe to us what Palestine looks like, What does Jerusalem look like? And the prophets I send them said that it has such and such buildings and he starts to describe Jerusalem. To those people. They said that if
we were in Jerusalem and we visited again, it was as the prophets I seldom described, meaning physically, the prophets I seldom went on this journey and it wasn't just a dream.