Allah says, "Say, 'If you truly love Allah, follow me; and Allah shall love you and forgive you your sins." (3:31)
What is more, what is the reason you cannot ask for things from Wadd or Suwa`? How about Yaghuth, Ya`uq, and Nasr? They were all righteous men from the people of Nuh (alayhi salaam).
"They were righteous people between the time of Adam and Nuh, and they had followers who used to adhere to their guidance." So these were 'Awliya Allah from the earlier generations, and what is the reason nobody asks them for help? After all, we know everything is from Allah!
...What is more, nobody ever seems to ask 'Eesa bin Maryam (alayhi salaam) for help. Why is that? People are always asking Abdul-Qadir Jilani or Ahmad al-Badawi for help. 'Eesa bin Maryam (alayhi salaam) is not only closer to Allah then them (by virtue of being a Prophet), but he is also alive!
...Of course, the answer to all this is because this is all foreign to the religion of the Messengers. I wonder how the Arabs would have reacted to the da'wah of Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi was-salaam) if he had explained to them that it was ok for them to ask the dead people their idols represented for rain and rizq and children, as long as they destroyed the idols themselves and acknowledged that everything comes from Allah...
Go through this:
So you can start from analysing the fundamentals of the thought you have been indoctrinated with.
Thank you for clarifying that it is permissible in your pseudo-Catholic religion, which is alien to the religion of the Messengers (alayhum salaam) to call on Wadd, Suwa, Yaghuth, Ya'uq, and Nasr.
"Pseudo catholic" label applies to yourself too. That's why yyou have to come up with more laughable classifications of dead or alive near or far to excuse your ownself.Thank you for clarifying that it is permissible in your pseudo-Catholic religion, which is alien to the religion of the Messengers (alayhum salaam) to call on Wadd, Suwa, Yaghuth, Ya'uq, and Nasr.
I'm not getting to the crux of the issue cause im letting you see how full of holes your claims are.
Calling Wadd or Suwa or your hand or your wife or your child or whatever creation, would bbe shirk if you believe Wadd or Suwa is atrributed with divinity in any form.
Welp, he and I are done here. Anyone else want to join warea in saying that it is halal to call on Wadd, Suwa, Yaghuth, Ya'uq, and Nasr, in front of pictures of them, so long as one believes everything comes from Allah?