Reason #25: Premise & Conclusion “Khuzaima ni Dua Mustajaab che”
The FateliDawat site states:
One Lailatul Qadr, in the year 1363H, Syedna Taher Saifuddin, as per his usual practice, lead mumineen in the night prayer in Badri Mahal masjid, in Fort, the headquarters of Dawat-e-Hadiya. He sent his son Syedna Qutbuddin, to lead the prayer in Husainy Masjid on this auspicious night. When Syedna Qutbuddin returned near the end of the night at shafa time, those who had gone in his service came for shukr araz to Syedna Taher Saifuddin, who had just returned to his private chambers in Badri Mahal and was on the masalla. He turned towards them, while they were doing araz to him that your shehzada lead the prayer with great shaan, and said, “Khuzaima ni doa mustajaab che” (Khuzaima’s supplications are always heard/ Another translation: God always responds to Khuzaima’s supplications). Syedna Taher Saifuddin’s declaration for Syedna Qutbuddin is extremely significant.It is a weighty statement and has a specific connotation in our faith, Dai ni zikr maa chhe ke “Dai ni doa mustajaab chhe.” In his Ashara bayan in Mumbai in 1381H when mentioning how his doa had resulted in Syedna Qutbuddin being granted shifa, Syedna Taher Saifuddin said that “Dai ni doa mustajaab che” (A Dai’s supplications are always heard)
The argument above is based on a flawed assumption. As the reference to the words of Syedna Taher Saifuddin RA clearly shows, the Dua of a Dai is ‘mustajaab’. There maybe a reference that Syedna Taher Saifuddin RA has stated that Khuzaima’s Dua is ‘mustajaab’. However the inference that as a result, Khuzaima is Dai is principally flawed. It does not follow that every individual whose dua is ‘mustajaab’ is a Dai, as otherwise every individual whose Dua has been specified by Hudaat Kiraam as ‘mustajaab’ can lay claim to being a Dai.
This is not a deductive argument where the premise of the argument guarantees the truth of the conclusion.
Premise 1 is that “Khuzaima ni Dua mustajaab che”.
Premise 2 is that “Dai nu Dua mustajaab che”
Therefore: “Khuzaima is Dai” – FALSE CONCLUSION
Amirul Mumineen AS once said whilst addressing his Shia during a Khutba, “The month of Sherullah, filled with barakat and maghferat, is upon you…...your Dua in this month is mustajaab”.
In Kitab al Najah, 16 types of supplications and prayers are mentioned and described as being “mustajab”.
Syedna Al Qadi Al NomanRA has refered to the Dua of a miskeen (beggar) as being ‘mustajaab’ in Daim ul Islam. Imam Jafar us SadiqAS says “Do not belittle the dua of a miskeen (one in need) for your sick, as their dua is ‘mustajaab’ for your sick, even though it might not be ‘mustajaab’ for themselves”.
According to the logic employed in his argument above, even a miskeen (beggar) can lay claim to being a Dai, a miskeen who might not necessarily even be a Muslim. Of course Syedna Taher Saifuddin’s statement that – the Dua of a Dai is mustajaab – is an irrefutable fact, for if a miskeen’s Dua can be mustajaab, then it would be blasphemous to suggest that a Dai’s is not. Otherwise the argument would be as follows:
Premise 1 “Dai ni Dua mustajaab che”
Premise 2 “A beggar’s Dua is mustajaab”
If we use his logic, then the conclusion becomes preposterous.
There are inherent fallacies in his logic as they are forcing a causal connection which is just not there. Mumineen mukhleseen work on the simple argument:
Premise 1 “Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin conferred Nass on Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin”
Premise 2 “Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin’s actions are a manifestation of Imam ul Zaman’s Ilhaam”
Therefore: Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin is Mansoos and the 53rd Dai Mutlaq.