Are the books of the previous Anbiyaa Qadeem or Haadith?

  • 24 May 2020 15:06:28
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Are the books of the previous Anbiyaa Qadeem or Haadith?


In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh.

The original scriptures/books of the previous Anbiyaa are Qadeem (pre-eternal) since they are the Kalaam (divine speech) of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala). All The Sifaat (divine attributes) of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) including his Kalaam (divine speech) are Qadeem (pre-eternal) and Azali (pre-eternal).[1]

and Allah Ta'ala Knows Best

(Mawlana) Ismail Desai
Student: Darul Ifta

Further References:

1]  و لله تعالي كتب انزلها علي انبيائه ، و بين فيها امره و نهيه و وعده و وعيده و كلها كلام الله تعالي ( شرح العقائد النسفية، ص 168، البيروتي) قال اهل الحق: ان الله تعالي متكلم بكلام واحد ازلي ابدي قائم بذاته (البداية في اصول الدين، ص 31، قرار المجلس الأعلي، انقرة) و ان كلامه جل و عز يتنزه عن ان يكون من جنس مقال البشر، و جميع صفات ذاته قديمة و باقية(جامع اللآلي شرح البدء، ص 65، البشائر)

الفقه اللأكبر مع شرحه للقارئ، ص 67و 75، مكتبة “White Thread Press”

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