What is Wahdatul Wajood meaning and concept Is there anyone believe Aqeeda if yes who is having Reality of Wahdatul Shahood/Wajood discussion on facebook and Islamic Forum

Bismillahir Rahmanirraheem
Assalam o Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah,

Those who are regular on the facebook/islamic forum must be knowing that  on the name of Islam some brothers/sisters pretending to represent different muslim groups fight with each other On Facebook and on so called Islamic Forum and one group Accuse other that you believe Wahdatul Wajood/Wahdatus Shahood........Aqeeda and corrupt Aqeedah and So and So.........

General Muslims are confused and helpless........

One Group Accuse 

(Mostly so called salafi of Indian subcontinent accuse on Hanafi Scholars)

The allegation maker group alledges that other group is having Aqeedah of Wahdatul wajood that means.........(according to alligator) only Allah is their and everything is Allah that means to believe that all creation are Allah............(Nauzubillah Min Zalik)....Meaning their by that every human being and other creation is also Allah.............ASTAGHFIRULLAH....... 

If you ask the Proof/Basis for their allegation they will present some Ambiguous Sentences allegedly written by Ibne Arbi and Another by Mansur Hallaj...........
By their writing they derive an interpretation conclusion about Mansur Hallaj and Ibne Arabi that he was believing that Everything is Allah and he himself was also Allah. NAUZUBILLAH............

The Other group say

(The Hanafi Scholars Clarify)

 that this is not the meaning of word Wahdatul Wajood and this is wrong interpretation of his words.
It simply means that only A Allah Existence (WAJOOD) is etenal and only he is independent from any one
 else.......Rest all creation are dependent on Allah will become end by order of Allah and again will be Resurrected by order of Allah..........This is  meaning of Wahdatul Wjood ...........

Fatwa of Mufti Taqi Usmani a Ahle sunnat wala Jamaat Scholar from Deoband School say in FATAWA USMANI Vol 1....

The correct meaning of Wahdatul wajood is that in Kayenat the complete and eternal existence is of only Almighty Allah. Other than Allah all creation is incomplete, to die one day, and besabat. For one reason that they will get destroyed one day and the second is for their existence they are dependent on Allah. So all creation that is visible has an existence but compared to the Almighty Allah Existence it become nil.
This can be understood with an example at daytime in the presence of sun Stars are not visible. Although they are present. But the existence of sun become so strong that stars become invisible.
That’s why those people whom Allah grant the realization of the greatness of Almighty Allah all other creations become down and nullified. 
In the word of Hazrat Majzoob Rahimullah.
Jab Mahre Numayan hua sab chup gaye Tare
Tu mujhko bhari bazm mein tanaha nazar aya.
This meaning of Wahdatul Wajood is clear and correct. Beyond this whatever philosophical explanation has been done they are very risky. If a minor exagaration will happen it may lead to the boundary of unbelief (Kufr).  
So a Muslim should have a clear and simple bileve that the eternal and real presence is only of Allah rest all creations are incomplete and Fanee.
Wallahu Subhanahu Aalim
20 Jamadil Awwal 1387
Fatawi Usmani Vol 1 (Kitabul Eman and Aqaid)

That means NO ONE IS BELIEVING the wrong meaning of Wahdatul Wajood.........
In Today's World I dont know any Muslim ALIM of any group (Hanafi Shafaee Hanbali Maliki Ahle Hadith Salafi etc..............).......JAHIL/illeterate/layman Muslim believe that ......Everything is Allah and all creation is allah or Physically Allah is present Everwhere........NAUZUBILLAH.......

That means NO ONE IS BELIEVING......Wahdatul Wajood ............

IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT go and CONFIRM from  ANY ...........MUSLIM AND ask if he/she believes that creations are Allah/everything is Allah......NAUZUBILLAH...........
If without Confirming you are accusing any group/Person/Organisation.........It is Just a Fitnah and so be fearful of Allah and Day of Qiyamah.....Allah will surely ask you........(May Allah save all of us from the demand of Qiyamah day)

WHAT TO DO NOW....................
1. What is the meaning of Ibne Arabi writing/ What was his believes .......HOW TO CONFIRM IT..... 
Allah Taala definitely knows............ 
Ibne Arbi is not available for comment............
Rest all of us will come to know on the day of Qiyamah...........IF become free from our own Judgment and Pass successfully.......

Now Only one question is remaing What will be ruling about Ibne Arabi........There are three Groups of Scholars......

First Group
 Ibne Arabi was of Wahdatul wajood ,and declaring himself Allah so he is Kafir.

Second Group
b) Ibne Arabi writing/words has been wrongly interpreted and he was not of this meaning and otherwise as he has done good work so He is a Sheikh/Scholar of Islam.

Third Group 
of Scholar has following opinion......

i) Wahdatul Wajood discussion is a pure Philosphical/Dilactic/Imaginary Discussion.
And Nothing to do with the Articles of Islamic Faith that is required for a person to become Muslim with correct Aqeedah.

ii)Islamic Aqeedah is very clear from quran and Ahadith and free from any confusion/doubt.

iii)It is sure Allah Taala will not ask any question about Ibne Arbi from us. Allah is knowing everything and he will do justice for even minute khair and Shar on the day of Judgment.

iii)Prophet Ahadith,....Sahaba Action..and Salfus Salehin Scholars has Forbade Muslims and advised not to involve in Philosphical and Imaginary discussions in Aqeedah and believe. Just believe whatever is in Quran and Ahadith.
Imam ash-Shafaee has said:

"I believe in what Allah revealed according to the meaning that Allah willed, and in what the Messenger of Allah conveyed according to the meaning that the Messenger of Allah willed."

So remain silent on the Final status of Ibne Arbi. Allah is the final decision maker and he only knows everything...........

Imam Malik was asked about the Ayat in Surah Taha,
'Allah is above His Ársh', he answered: 'Being above (Istawaa) is known but the reality is unknown and - questioning that - is innovation.' Jaaluddin Suyyuti also comments on the Ayat saying, 'Istawa (being above) according to whatever is appropriate for Allah. (Jalaalayn vol. 2 p. 260).
(May Allah help us to be on correct Aqeedah and Aamaal and save from all Fitnah.

The next Related Issue is ............

Where is Allah Salafi-Sunni unfortunate controversy of .Istawa Alal Arsh meaning and explanation

[42:11]...Nothing is like Him (SWT). And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing.

So Many unfortunate clamaties /mishappening for a Muslims Emaan and Deen are coming everyday from inside and outside .

 One day I was shocked that on Facebook one muslim started debate Where is Allah?????????????  
and people of different capabilities were responding and Discussing........ 
Surprisingly each was presenting himself/herself as Follower of Quran and Sunnah and Salafussalehin.................
The Problem of Ummat is that in the era of internet the groupism has made the thing worse.Everyone is becoming /Considering himself as expert specialy on controversial topics.
(Asking this question itself is a bidah. But as it has come groups are discussing it so it was considered important to present the Quran and Sunnah Perspective.May Allah Pardon us and Help the Ummah from Fitnas and the biggest fitnah of Dajjal).


What is the way of Sahaba Karam and Salfus Saliheen on this issue.

[42:11]...Nothing is like Him (SWT). And He is the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing.    

And He says in Surah al-Ikhlas:
"And there is none like unto Him." (112: 4).

These Ayats of Quran clearly say that Allah is not like any of its creation.So any literal quality of creation should not be simulated or attributed.

Then so called Controversy is What should be the Explanation of  Ayah (Sura Al-A’raf, Verse 54) “He (Allah Most High) then firmly established (istawa) Himself over the Throne” (Qur’an 7:54) 

Position of Sahaba and Salafussalehin

Sahaba did not considered this important 
so they didnot ask any further explanation of this Ayah from Prophet.There is no Hadith regarding it.
Sahab asked even minor detail,If it would have been the important aspect of Aqeedah/belief surely Sahaba would have asked. 
If they have not asked and explanation is not in hadith that means it is not important rather not permissible to discuss it. 

Imam Malik Rashmatullah Alaih 
has said questioning it is a Bidah.

One person came to Imam Malik (R.A) and asked What is the EXPLANATION of Istawa Alal Arsh He replied ;

 Istawa is definite and kaifiat (detail) is not known. 

After that he asked the questioner to be chased away from his majlis/meeting and said he is spreading Fitnah. And questioning it is a Bidah.

Imam ash-Shafaee has said:

"I believe in what Allah revealed according to the meaning that Allah willed, and in what the Messenger of Allah conveyed according to the meaning that the Messenger of Allah willed."
In other words, the proper befitting meanings are not according to the sensuous and physical meanings that delusions would lead to--such as places, shapes, limbs, movements, sitting, or any other meanings which are not permissible to be attributed to Allah.

 it is safer to adopt silence in agreement with the

 methodology of the salaf (pious predecessors) and Just say that as said by Great Muhaddith and Faqeeh Imam Shafaee R.A. 
"I believe in what Allah revealed according to the meaning that Allah willed, and in what the Messenger of Allah conveyed according to the meaning that the Messenger of Allah willed."

If Someone Compell you to discuss then what should be Your Response. The best Answer is to be Silent. 
If speaking becomes Imminent to douse the Fire Below are some Points that May Help you.

By Shaykh Mufti Muhammad Ibn Adam (HA)
Q:) How should a Muslim respond to where Allah Almighty is?When he is compelled to discuss.
In the name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful,
The issue of "Where is Allah?" is something that was never debated or made a matter of dispute among the Muslims throughout the ages and eras. 
Unfortunately, due to immense ignorance about our deen, certain Muslims spend and waist their precious time arguing about petty and trivial issues and forget about their real duties and responsibilities.
The belief (aqidah) one must have regarding his Lord and Creator is that Allah Almighty is One, there is nothing like Him, there is nothing that can overwhelm Him, there is no god besides Him and He is Eternal without a beginning and Enduring without end. He will neither perish nor come to an end and nothing happens except what He wills. No imagination can conceive of Him and no understanding can comprehend Him. He is different from any created being.
Allah Most High says about Himself:
"There is nothing whatever unto like Him." (Surah al-Shura, 11).
And He says in Surah al-Ikhlas:
"And there is none like unto Him." (112: 4).
Due to the above and other texts of the Qur'an and Sunnah, one of the major beliefs a Muslim must have regarding Allah Most High is that there is no creation that is similar to Him. If Allah is regarded to be similar or resemble or have any qualities of His creation, then that would constitute disbelief (Kufr).
If one believes that there is nothing similar to Allah in any way, then his Aqidah is correct and there is no need for disputes and arguments.
 I believe that there isn't a Muslim that really believes that Allah is similar to his creation in any way, thus disputes and arguments must be avoided. Yes, if one does believe that Allah has hands, feet, face, etc...that is similar to his creation, then without doubt this person would come out of the fold of Islam.
Regarding the question, "where is Allah?"

1Firstly, it should be remembered that this is not something that one will be asked about on the day of Qiyamah. We are in need of people really learning about the basics of Islam, rather than engaging themselves in these matters. Those that argue and cause destruction with such issues are normally ignorant about even the basics of Salat, Zakat, Hajj, etc... We need to really wake up and smell the coffee!

2Secondly, this question in itself is wrong. We ask regarding the whereabouts of a person that lives in time and space. For example, I encompass time, meaning I live in time, and I have a body that needs to fill some space.
However, Allah, Mighty and Majestic, is the creator of time and space. He is not limited to any time or space.
 If one was to say that Allah is everywhere, then this is wrong, as 'everywhere' is limited and ends somewhere, whereas Allah is not limited.However, we must believe that His knowledge encompasses everything, and he knows, sees and listens to everything.
Similarly, to say that Allah is in literal sense on earth, sky, moon, sun, throne, etc..according to our imagination and Idea is also wrong, as all these things are limited. Allah Apni Shan ke Mutabiq Arsh par Mustawa hai.
Whatever Allah has said in Quran and Rasulullah S.A.W. in Ahadith about these must be believed without any imagination,meaning or explanation.
Imam al-Tahawi (Allah have mercy on him) states in his famous al-Aqida al-Tahawiyya:
"He (Allah) is beyond having limits placed on Him, or being restricted, or having parts or limbs. Nor is He contained by six directions as all created things are." (P. 9).
In conclusion, one must have the Aqidah that Allah Most High is pure from space and time. It is wrong to say that He is everywhere and it is also wrong to believe that He is on something in literal sense, according to our thinking and imagination as all these are limited whereas Allah Almighty is limitless. However, we must believe that His knowledge encompasses everything, and he knows, sees and listens to everything.
And Allah Ta'ala Knows Best