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“AL-MUSTAFA” IS NOT FROM THE NAMES OF THE MESSENGER

 
“AL-MUSTAFA” IS NOT FROM THE NAMES OF THE MESSENGER (MAY ALLAH RAISE HIS RANK AND GRANT HIM PEACE) – SHAYKH MUHAMMAD BIN SAALIH AL-`UTHAYMEEN رحمه الله
 
This is a question answered by the noble scholar – the Imam ash-Shaafi’ee of our time – Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-’Uthaymeen, during his explanation of the book al-’Aqeedah as-Safaareeniyyah; (1/72).
 
Question: Al-Mustafaa, is it from amongst the names of the Prophet, may Allah raise him in rank and grant peace upon him?
 
Answer: No, what is apparent is that it is from among his [many] descriptions. What is strange is that among some people - Subhaanallah al-Adheem – is their saying “al-Mustafaa said”, although the Companions were much more zealous in venerating him and more knowledgeable of his virtues than we are.
 
[In spite that] Aboo Hurayrah did not say “al-Mustafaa said” nor did anyone of the Companions say that. That is, in all of the books of Prophetic narrations [what we find is] the Companion saying ” The Messenger said – The Prophet said – Abul Qaasim said – or that which is akin to that. Nonetheless, the people in our present time have been put to trial with formulating expressions and they haven’t looked towards those who preceded them (the Salaf). The reality is, that it is incumbent upon us to look to those who have preceded us. For example, when some of the people these days want to say, “Allah, The Most High said,[instead] they say, “Al-Haqq said “or “This is the statement of Al-Haqq”. There is no doubt that Allah is Al-Haqq Al-Mubeen, yet still you should say “Allah said”. While, there is no doubt that the Prophet, may Allah raise him in rank and grant peace upon him, was more knowledgeable than you and more zealous in venerating Allah than you. Hence, during a discussion if someone desires to speak about Allah, The Mighty, The Sublime what should he say? [He should say] “Allah, The Most High said, for the Prophet said, that Allah, The Most High said (in a Hadeeth Qudsee collected by al-Imam Muslim) “I am the One Who is most free from want of partners”.
 
However, some people desire to be innovative, but innovativeness in the likes of these affairs are not proper. Rather, following the Salaf in these matters is more appropriate than innovativeness.”
 
Translated by Aboo Dihyah Dawud Adib حفظه الله,
 
Yowm al-Ahad, 2 Rabi al-Aakhar, 1435 A.H./February 2, 2014.
 
 
 
 
 
 المصطفى ليس من أسماء النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم
 
-الشيخ محمد بن صالح العثيمين -رحمه الله
 
هذا سؤال أجاب عنه الشيخ محمد بن صالح العثيمين
 
(في شرح العقيدة السفارينية – (1/72
 
: السؤال
 
المصطفى هل هو من أسماء النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم ؟
 
: الجواب
 
لا ، الظاهر أنه من أوصافه . والغريب من أن بعض الناس
 
سبحان الله العظيم يقول : ( قال المصطفى ) ، مع أن الصحابة
 
 رضي الله عنهم أشد من تعظيماً للرسول عليه الصلاة والسلام
 
وأعلم منا بمناقبه ، ما قال أبي هريرة ( قال المصطفى ) ولا قال
 
أي واحد من الصحابة يعني كل كتب الحديث يقول الصحابي
 
.قال رسول الله – قال نبي الله – قال أبو القاسم ) وما أشبه ذلك
 
لكن الناس في الوقت الحاضر ابتُلُوا بصياغة الألفاظ ولم ينظروا
 
إلى من سبقهم ، والحقيقة أنه ينبغي لنا أن ننظر إلى من سبقنا
 
مثل بعض الناس الآن إذا أراد أن يقول : ( قال الله تعالى ) يقول :
 
.قال الحق – وهذا قول الحق ). لا شك أن الله هو الحق المبين )
 
،لكن قل : ( قال الله ). النبي عليه الصلاة والسلام لا شك أنه أعلم
 
بالله منك وأشد تعظيماً لله منك ، إذا أراد أن يتحدث عن الله عز
 
وجل في الحديث ، ماذا يقول ؟ ( قال الله تعالى ) ( قال الله
 
تعالى: أنا أغنى الشركاء عن الشرك ). لكن بعض الناس
 
يريد أن يجدد ولكن التجديد في مثل هذه الأمور لا ينبغي ،
 
اتباع السلف في هذه الأمور أولى من التجديد.
 
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شرح العقيدة السفارينية – (1/ 72)

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