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English Tranlation of Text
What is your position in regards to the life of the Prophet – upon him blessing and peace - in his noble grave? Is that a matter exclusive to him or is it only an intermediary (barzakhiyyah) life like the rest of the believers?
According to us and according to our elders, the Prophet - Allah bless him and grant him peace - is alive in his grave. His life is a material life free from any responsibility, and it is exclusive to him - Allah bless him and grant him peace – and all the Prophets – Allah’s blessings be upon them - and the martyrs, not an intermediary life, as is the case with the remainder of the believers, rather for all of mankind; as explicated by ‘Allamah al-Suyuti in his treatise Inba’ al-Adhkiya’ bi Hayat al-Anbiya’ (Enlightening the Intelligent About the Lives of the Prophets), where he said:
“Shaykh Taqi al-Din al-Subki said, ‘The life of the prophets and martyrs in their grave is like their life in this world. The prayer of the prophet Musa - upon him be peace - in his grave testifies to this, as prayer requires a living body…”
Subsequently, it is established through this that his life is [both] material and intermediary, due to its being in the intermediary realm (‘alam al-barzakh).
An entire treatise, scrupulously referenced, articulately expressed and unparalleled, has been written in relation to this topic by our shaykh, the sun of Islam and religion, Muhammad [Qasim al-Nanotwi] the distributer of the sciences to those who sought benefit [from him] - Allah sanctify his mighty secret. It has been printed and is currently widely-available amongst the people, whose title is Abe Hayat (The Water of Life).