شیخ القرآن مولانا عبدالہادی ؒکی تفسیر ’’البرھان فی مشکلات القرآن‘‘ کی روشنی میں قصۂ حضرت موسی اور حضرت خضر علیہماالسلام کا اسلوبی وتقابلی جائزہ
A stylistic and comparative review of the story of Hazrat Moosa and Hazrat Khazir (A.S) in the light of Tafseer Al-Burhan fi Mushkilat Al-Quran of Sheikh Al-Quran Molana Abdul Hadi(R.A)
Keywords:Moosa, Khazir, Story,Mysteries, Wisdom.
The story of Moosa (A.S) and Khazir (A.S), also known as Musa and Khizr in Islamic tradition, is a significant tale mentioned in the Quran. It revolves around the encounter between the prophet Musa (Moses) and the mysterious figure, Khazir (Khidr).In the story, Moosa (A.S) is recognized as a prophet, and he seeks to learn from someone who possesses more knowledge of divine mysteries than he does. Allah directs him to Khazir (A.S), a wise and knowledgeable man. Moosa (A.S) humbly requests to accompany Khazir (A.S) to gain wisdom from him. Throughout their journey together, Khazir performs actions that initially seem strange and unjust. He sinks a boat, kills a young boy, and repairs a wall in a town that didn't welcome them. Moosa (A.S) is puzzled and questions Khazir’s (A.S) actions, as they appear to be cruel and irrational. However, each action has hidden wisdom and serves a greater purpose, known only to Khazir (A.S), who is divinely guided by Allah. These acts teach Moosa (A.S) important lessons about faith, patience, and the divine wisdom behind seemingly unfavorable events.The story of Moosa (A.S) and Khazir (A.S) highlights the idea that divine wisdom often surpasses human understanding, and there is much to learn from individuals who possess deeper insights into spiritual matters. It emphasizes the importance of humility and trust in Allah's wisdom, even when things may appear perplexing to us.
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