The path of the clear opening is open for every human being

Question 52: What is the interpretation of this noble verse: {Certainly has Allah showed to His Messenger the vision in truth. You will surely enter al-Masjid al-Haram, if Allah wills, in safety, with your heads shaved and [hair] shortened, not fearing [anyone]. He knew what you did not know and has arranged before that a near opening}? [1]

Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Abundantly Merciful, the Intensely Merciful.
Praise be to Allah, Lord of the worlds. And may the peace and prayers of Allah be upon Muhammad and the progeny of Muhammad, the Imams and the Mahdis.

This verse clarifies that the vision is from Allah swt, and it comes true if Allah wills even if after some time, and none disbelieve in it except for the oppressors/unjust. And that which Allah promised His Messenger in the vision came true, so Mecca was opened and even if it was after some time, and Khaybar was opened and it is the near opening. And the Qur’an is alive and runs the course of the sun and the moon, [2] and this is the time where this verse will come true again if Allah wills.

As for the inner meaning, certainly the near opening is the clear opening which occurred to the Messenger of Allah pbuhap. And I have clarified this in more than one place, in Al-Fatihah and The Allegories so refer to them.

And the path of the clear opening is open for every human being who wants to strive/pursue toward Allah through the successor of Allah and His proof upon His creation. So Al-Majsid Al-Haram is the successor of Allah, and the believers enter it, if Allah wills, in safety with their heads shaved. This means that: they do not have a thought or opinion with his sayings, rather they submit to him peacefully. As for the [ones with their hair] shortened they are below this rank. And the hair represents the thoughts of the human being and his opinions, so it being shaved or shortened means submission to whoever he shaved his hair or shortened it for.

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Ahmed Alhasan

1 – Surat Al-Fath 48:27

2 – AbdelRaheem Al-Qaseer said: One day I was with Abu Ja’far (a.s) so he said: (O AbdelRaheem!) So I said: (I am at your service). So he said: (The saying of Allah {Verily you are but a warner, and there is a guide to every people}, the Messenger of Allah (sawas) said “I am the warner and Ali is the guide”. So who is the guide today?) So I became silent for a while then I raised my head and said: (May I be your ransom, it is in you, you inherit it one after the other, until it reached you. So you, may my soul be your ransom, are the guide). So he said: (You have said the truth, O AbdelRaheem. Verily the Qur’an is alive and does not die, and the verse is alive and does not die. If the verse dies when the people on which it descended die then the Qur’an would have died. But it runs through the living just as it ran through the previous ones). So Abdel Raheem said: (Abu Abdullah (a.s) said: “Verily the Qur’an is alive and has not died, and it runs just like the night and day run, and just like the sun and moon run, and it runs upon our last just as it ran upon our first”) – Bihar Al-Anwar Volume 53 Page 403. (The commentator)

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