The Story Of The Nile River_ The Miracle Of A Companion.

The Story Of The Nile River_ The Miracle Of A Companion.
The Story Of The Nile River_ The Miracle Of A Companion.

Allah sent about 165,000 prophets and messengers to the world for the good and guidance of human beings. Some miracles an attributed to all these prophets.

Miracles can be defined as acts that the human intellect cannot recognize or that cannot happen to an ordinary human being.

For example, one of the greatest miracles attributed to Muhammad (peace be upon him) is the Splitting of the Moon into two.

But, We are talking about a miracle that happened at the hands of a Companion.

Shortly after the conquest of Egypt, There were governors to visit elders and Honorable issues of Egypt. The Commander of the Faithful, Hazrat Umar Farooq, after much thought, appointed Hazrat Amro bin Al-Aas as the Governor of Egypt, who was a very sensible and understanding man, and he knew more about Egypt's regional and border affairs than any of his colleagues. 

He could solve any internal and external problems in the future.
Today all the dignitaries of Egypt were invited to his court. They were all worried about the Nile because the water in it was Constantly running low.
It looked like the river would dry up in a few days.

The delegation was informed about the shortage of water in the river and came to the governor to prevent the coming problems. 
They said that the waters of the Nile were receding rapidly. 
If no suitable solution is found there is a risk that it will dry out completely.
It will no longer be possible to grow grain and cultivate, and All Cattles will be killed for lack of water. Because our livelihood is farming, So we have to relocate because there is no water. 
Hazrat Amr Bin Al Aas listened to the whole story of these people. Ask them if the river had dried up even before that.

They said the same thing happened five years ago. All the river water dried up. Only a few lakes were being used, So the governor asked; Then who did you solve the problem of water scarcity?


People have said that there is an ancient way to keep the Nile flowing, the month in which the river begins to dry up. On the eleventh day of this month or next month, We get a young and Very Beautiful girl by Paying a price to her parents or with their consent,

They wear gold and silver ornaments, wear beautiful clothes, and then hand them over to the Nile. Upon hearing this, Governor Amr bin Al-Aas replied that it is not permissible in our religion Islam at All, and Islam has come to eradicate non-Sharia rituals.

After writing the letter, the governor sent the letter to Hazrat Omar Farooq through a speeding horseman and at the same time expressed his wish that I should reply to this letter as soon as possible.

After sending the letter, the governor gathered all the Egyptians in one place and said that he had written a letter to the caliph and that his reply would come soon.

I will write a letter to the then Hazrat Umar Farooq and inform him in detail about the problems of the river, 
As a result, a pledge was made not to perform the ritual from this year, and as a result. Almost all the water of the Nile River dried up, forcing people to flee their homes.

Two days later, the letter reached Hazrat Umar Farooq. He read the letter carefully,

And in response to this letter, he wrote that there is no place for non-Sharia rituals in Islam and, that we have to abolish them.

He sent with him another letter to be thrown into the Nile,

The Horseman brought the two letters and gave them to the governor.

Hazrat Umar Farooq wrote to him that there is no place for non-Sharia rituals in Islam, and we have to abolish them. 
He was accompanied, by another letter to be thrown into the Nile River. 

When the governor started throwing the letter sent by Hazrat Umar Farooq into the river, it occurred to him to open it and read it.

What did Omar Farooq write in the name of the river in this letter? When the governor read the letter in which it was written.

It is a message from the servant of Allah to the Nile River, If you have control over your shortcomings, do not continue and, if Allah Almighty releases your flow, then I ask Allah to Release you.

The governor closed the letter again and threw it into the Nile River. On the other hand, the Egyptians had prepared to sacrifice the girl by hiding it from the governor.

A very young and beautiful girl was brought, paid his parents for a price He intended to sacrifice the girl before sunrise Tomorrow.

After making all the arrangements, they went to their homes and went to sleep. They were satisfied that they had made such an arrangement that the water shortage in the Nile would end in a few days.

It was early in the morning when suddenly the sound of water opened their eyes, and they were amazed at what they saw.

That the water in the river was flowing at its first speed and in one night, Allah Almighty released sixteen yards of water into the Nile River,

Thus, by the command of Allah Almighty, the ritual of killing human beings, especially girls, came to an end. Glory be to God that the river Nile flowed in such a way that the water in it has not decreased to date.

Hazrat Umar Farooq (RA) spent the rest of his life believing in Allah and His Messenger (PBUH).

Whoever obeys Allah and obeys Him, Allah makes every word that comes out of his tongue a command for the people of this world.

And whenever He gives a command, all of God's creatures obey His command.

Every action of the Companions was to gain the pleasure of Allah. They sacrificed everything for the sake of Allah Almighty, So Allah also entrusted to him all creation.

Therefore, we should also be ready at all times to sacrifice everything for the sake of gaining the pleasure of Allah Almighty and obeying His command.

Written by Razi Ahmed 

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