Should we love the Ahl al-Bayt so much that we believe that not a single descendant of the Prophet ﷺ will enter the Hellfire?
Answered by Sayyidi Habib Umar bin Hafiz (may Allah protect him and benefit us by him)
As far as others are concerned, we should hope and believe that every believer will enter Paradise, not to mention the pious, the Companions and the Ahl al-Bayt. As for ourselves, our hope and fear should be as Sayyiduna Umar said: “If a voice called out on the Day of Judgement, ‘Let everyone enter Paradise except one person,’ I would fear to be that person. And if a voice called out, ‘Let everyone enter the Hellfire except one person,’ I would hope to be that person.”
The Prophets renewed the covenants that had been made between the creation and the Creator. Then the Seal of the Prophets ﷺ came, and in his renewal, he opened a vast door to people Continue reading The Hand of the Prophet ﷺ
In this prayer, Habib Ali al-Habashi poetically expresses the noble qualities of our beloved Prophet ﷺ . In his relationship with his nation, the Messenger exhibits the qualities of a father who compassionately raises and nurtures his children, protecting them from all types of harm while guiding them to the best and straightest of paths. Continue reading Our Prophet ﷺ : Father, Guide, Doctor and Teacher
In this prayer, Habib Ali al-Habashi very beautifully praises the Prophet ﷺ as being ‘the first to drink’, meaning he, being the first in creation and the most beloved of the creation to Allah, was the first to drink from the oceans of Allah’s love, knowledge and other gifts. Continue reading The One Who Was First to Drink