I can understand ur a freak of nature like a typical wahhabi groupie, who would tolerate disrespect and desecration of his dead parents by wahhabi sissies for their media shows to impress their rich wahhabi pimps. But ur ignorant misuse of hadith would require that u do the same despicable action at the prophets grave scws and at every known grave of a prophet which are all raised, this I am sure sends a shrill down everyone of 1.5 billion muslims, who I am sure are no longer blind to ur stupidity and demonic logic, and see it for what it is--- a clear sign of misguidance---- and intolerable danger to true religion and humanity in general
I have a difficult time accepting that you can understand anything let alone my nature. That said, if you want to grapple with these things who am I to stop you? As for graves, I am not sure I misused ignorantly or otherwise anything. I just pasted a hadeeth which I interpret on its most apparent meaning. Your argument against it is based on the consequences of its application. Generally
, I don't agree with arguments based on the consequences of actions. An action is either right or wrong in itself not for the consequences it holds. That said, I agree that sometimes
things are haraam because of their consequences- Allah tells us not to curse their gods so the kuffar do not curse ours. But with elevated graves I am not sure it would be a problem to knock them down. I'm pretty sure there is something related about an action of Umar Khattab on this exact matter which I will post inshallah if i can find it. So yeah I'm afraid i will have to go out on on a limb here and break ranks with humanity. Pay attention here come the hadeeths part ( i've always wondered if suufis recoil when they see hadeeths in the way dracula hates the light.)
the freed slave of Ghafrah, related that when the Sahaabah gathered to decide on the Prophet's (sal Allah alaihi wasalam) burial, one said;
"Let us bury him in the place where he used to pray." Abu Bakr replied, "May Allah protect us from making him an idol to be worshipped." Others said, "Let us bury him in al-Baqee' [a graveyard in Medinah] where his brothers among the Muhaajireen (companions who emigrated from Makkah) are buried." Abu Bakr replied: "Verily burying the Prophet in alBaqee' is detestable because some people may try to seek refuge in him which is a right belonging only to Allah. So, if we take him out (to the graveyard), we will ruin Allah's right, even if we carefully guard the Messenger's grave." They then asked, "What is your opinion O Abu Bakr?" He replied, "I heard Allah's Messenger say: "Allah has not taken the life of any of his prophets except that were buried where they died'. Some of them said, "By Allah, what you have said is pleasing and convincing." Then they made a line around the Prophet's bed (in Aisha's house) and dug the grave where his bed was. 'Ali, al 'Abbas, Al Fadl, and the Prophet's family took his body and prepared it for burial.
[Collected by Ibn Zanjooyah and quoted by alAlbani in Tahdheer as-Saajid, (Beirut: al-maktab alIslamee, 2nd ed. 1972. pp: 13-4]
It was narrated that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “May Allaah curse the Jews and the Christians, for they have taken the graves of their Prophets as places of worship.” (Saheeh, agreed upon. Al-Bukhaari, al-Janaa’iz, 1330; Muslim, al-Masaajid, 529). It was narrated from ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) that Umm Salamah or Umm Habeebah told the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) about a church that they had seen in Abyssinia (Ethiopia) and the images that were inside it. He (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Those are people who, when a righteous slave or a righteous man among them died, they would build a place of worship over his grave and put those images in it. They are the most evil of creation before Allaah.” (Agreed upon; al-Bukhaari, al-Salaah, 434; Muslim, al-Masaajid, 528). Muslim narrated in his Saheeh that Jundub ibn ‘Abd-Allaah al-Bajali said: “I heard the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say, ‘Allaah has taken me as a close friend (khaleel) as He took Ibraaheem as a close friend. If I were to take anyone among my ummah as a close friend, I would have taken Abu Bakr as a close friend. Those who came before you took the graves of their Prophets and righteous people as places of worship. Do not take graves as places of worship, for I forbid you to do that.” (Muslim, al-Janaa’iz, 970).
'No one can use this ( i.e prophet's grave) as evidence that it is permissible to build structures over graves or to take graves as places of worship, or to bury people inside mosques, because of the saheeh ahaadeeth quoted above which forbid that.' http://www.islam-qa.com/en/ref/21960/grave