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Jesus Lived 120 years

Jesus Lived 120 years


About the Book ...  Kanz al-Ummal

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"Aishah (God be pleased with her) said that, in his illness in which he died, the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: `Every year Gabriel used to repeat the Quran with me once, but this year he has done it twice. He has informed me that there is no prophet but he lives half as long as the one who preceded him. And he has told me that Jesus lived a hundred and twenty years, and I see that I am about to leave this world at sixty' " 
(Hajaj al-Kiramah, p.428; Kanz al-Ummal, vol. 6, p. 60, from Hazrat Fatima; and Mawahib al-Ladinya, vol. 1, p. 42).

The Tabrani says concerning this hadith: "Its narrations are reliable, and it is reported in a number of different versions". The hadith here leaves no room to doubt at all. It not only announces Jesus' death but gives his age as 120 years. And it is reported through at least three routes: from Aishah, Ibn Umar, and Fatima. This hadith is, therefore, sound and a very clear proof of Jesus' death.



ترجمہ:۔ حضرت نبی کریمﷺ نے فرمایا کہ یقینا  عیسیٰ ابن مریم 120 سال تک زندہ رہاتھا۔اور میں غالبا60 سال کی عمر کے سر پر کوچ کروں گا ۔
حضرت مسیح موعود علیہ السلام فرماتے ہیں:۔ طبرانی اور حاکم حضرت عائشہ سے روایت کرتے ہیں کہعیسیٰ ایک 
سو بیس برس تک زندہ رہا۔ اسی حدیث میں آنحضرت صلی اللہ علیہ و سلم فرماتے ہیں کہ عیسیٰ سے میری عمر آدھی ہے۔ اب ظاہر ہے کہ اگر حضرت عیسیٰ فوت نہیں ہوئے تو غالباً ہمارے نبی صلی اللہ علیہ و سلم بھی اب تک زندہ ہی ہوں گے۔‘‘
                           

Kanz al-Ummal


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