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    How To Use The Private Message System

    After 7,284 posts........
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    (bismillah) (salam) Insha'Allah this will be helpful. Any questions? (wasalam)
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    No Woman, No Drive

    Less than two days after it was posted, No Woman, No Drive has had more than three million views on YouTube. It's the most popular YouTube video in Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries, and has been a big hit around the world from South Africa to Denmark to Canada. "Insanity" is the word 26-year-old comedian Hisham Fageeh uses to describe the way his video has taken off. "For two days my brain has been on fire - I can't wrap my brain around what is happening," he told the BBC. It's a satirical video set to the tune of Bob Marley's No Woman, No Cry, with the words changed to focus on driving. It was put together by Fageeh and colleagues at the production house Telfaz11, which specialises in making comedy for an online audience. In short, they wanted it to go viral.
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    Day Of Mubahalah - Significance

    Assalamu Alaykum 24th of Dhul - Hujjah is the day of Mubahalah, so I was thinking that apart from proving the high status of Imam Ali as being called prophet self, what else we can learn from this event? http://www.qtafsir.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=531&Itemid=46 I see that the Sunni greatest tafsir book has totally ignored the mention of Ahlulbayt.
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    For The Coming Of Muharram

    Just a few videos to boost our minds and spirits and ready us for this sacred rememberance. http://youtu.be/wMGM53pcSoE Wa Salaam
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    (bismillah) In and of itself, it is permissible for Sayeds and non-Sayeds to marry each other. However, in some places (like some places in Pakistan) it is dangerous for such a marriage to occur and puts lives at risk (the unfortunate outcome of backwards mentalities). I have been told that Sh. Basheer Najafi and Sayed Sistani حفظهما الله say it would be haram in such a circumstances. الله أعلم في أمان الله
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    Our 7th Imam (as) had over thirty children, and so many sayyids are traced back to him. 1400 years later it is believable that he would have many descendents. In many parts of the Muslim world, including the Sunni world (places like Egypt), the sayyids were a noble class, and people were more inclined to marry into their families. But I have no doubt that many of the sayyids in the world cannot prove their lineage, especially in places where being a sayyid gives you status. Anyway, yes, sayyids can marry non-sayyids, both males and females, period.
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    Damascus Is Burning

    I dont really understand this logic. Since he is a 'dictator' he needs to go and since he is performing his duty as the President of a sovereign country in defending his country from terrorists he is a bad person. We did not democratically elect our parents, religion, culture etc. Does that mean that they all have to go? What really should matter is what the person does- good or bad. And since Assad's presidency the living std of Syrians have gone up... a case that cannot be said about most democracies. Under dictator Gadaffi Libyans were living way more honourably than under the current cartoon of a democracy, Tunisia likewise. Believe me, if Afghanistan had someone brave and intelligent as President Assad today it would not have been in the shape that it is today.
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    Haydar Husayn

    Azadari Of Prophets (As)

    Sounds very authentic... Do people actually believe this stuff?
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    The English version of Tafseer Ibn Kaheer is not the full translation of the original Arabic of Tafseer Ibn Katheer. In the full version, he does mention the story of the Ahl al-Bayt being brought.
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    Ah, pissing contest. Still not adressing anything I said, still obsessed with one name I dropped since you must not know anything about the others. I'll let myself out.
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    At the end of the day, you will probably see another like MJ, or someone who can surpass MJ, but the chance you will ever see another barely 6ft guard boss the game the way Iverson did, slim to none. His ability at his size was as close to supernatural as you can get, no other player in the history of basketball has ever had such a "wow" factor associated with each and every play as Iverson did. The amount of natural ability and skill required to create space at that size is beyond the reach of the likes of MJ, Kobe and definitely LBJ. MJ would have averaged 65ppg if he had Iverson's ability. This is why the man is so under appreciated, and hes definitely the GOAT in a lot of significant ways, not in the sense of rings won or who would you rather have on your team to win, of course that would probably be MJ or someone else, but in terms of pure basketball awesomeness, its got to be him.
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    Football Thread - 2013/14 Season

    Arsenal should sign Benzema, muslim link upfront with Ozil!
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    Shia Imams Divinity

    Our belief is that Allah always has a representative on the Earth. This representative is called a Proof (hujja) of Allah. All of the Proofs are protected by God from evil. Their duty is to be guides, leaders, rolemodels, and representatives of Allah. They speak on behalf of God, and their actions are consistent with His will. Their allies are God's followers, and their enemies are God's enemies. And they are of three types: 1) Messengers: People sent with a Book. They receive revelation both awake and asleep. 2) Prophets: These are guides who receive revelation when they are asleep. Some are sent with a special commandment or mission. 3) Imams: Guardians of the prophetic message. They are inspired. The Proofs of Allah are not "divine", they are ultimately servants of Allah. A Muslim's salvation is with Allah. But we know Allah through His messengers, His prophets, and the Imams.
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    Ibn Al-Ja'abi

    Shia Imams Divinity

    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم I believe the nicest explanation can be seen from a Hadith from Kitab Basa'ir Al-Darajat: حدثنا أحمد بن محمد عن الحسين بن سعيد عن حماد بن عيسى عن إبراهيم بن عمر اليماني عن سليم بن قيس الهلالي عن أمير المؤمنين صلوات الله ع قال إن الله طهرنا وعصمنا وجعلنا شهداء على خلقه وحجته في ارضه وجعلنا مع القران وجعل القران معنا لا نفارقه ولا يفارقنا Narrated to us Ahmad ibn Muhammad, from Al-Husayn ibn Sa'id, from Hammad ibn 'Isa, from Ibrahim ibn 'Umar Al-Yamani, from Sulaym ibn Qays Al-Hilali, from Amir Al-Mu'mineen (saa), he said: Verily Allah purified us, and (made us) Infallible, and established us witnesses over his creation, and his proofs in his earth, and established us with the Qur'an, and established the Qur'an with us, and we do not separate from it, and it does not separate from us. Basa'ir Al-Darajat page 1 hadith 6 والسلام على من إتبع الهدى
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    She can go to an Islamic judge or scholar and get him to grant the divorce. The following fatwas by Sayyid Sistani are relevant: 2425. If the husband who is responsible for the wife's maintenance, does not provide her the same, she can draw her expenses from his property without his permission. And if this is not possible, and she is obliged to earn her livelihood, and she cannot take her case to the Mujtahid, who would compel him (even by threatening him with imprisonment) to pay the maintenance, it will not be obligatory upon her to obey her husband while she is engaged in earning her livelihood. 2427. It is not permissible for the husband to abandon sexual intercourse with his youthful, permanent wife for more than 4 months, except when sexual intercourse is harmful to him, or involves unusually more effort, or when the wife herself agrees to avoid it, or if a prior stipulation to that effect was made at the time of Nikah by the husband. And in this rule, there is no difference between the situations when the husband is present, or on a journey, or whether she is a wife by permanent or temporary marriage. http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2349/ He can take another wife and/or divorce her. See also: 2421. For a woman with whom permanent marriage is contracted, it is haraam to go out of the house without the permission of her husband, though her leaving may not violate the rights of the husband. Also she should submit herself to his sexual desires, and should not prevent him from having sexual intercourse with her, without justifiable excuse. And as long as she does not fail in her duties, it is obligatory on the husband to provide for her food, clothes and housing. And if he does not provide the same, regardless of whether he is able to provide them or not, he remains indebted to the wife. 2422. If the wife does not fulfil her matrimonial duties towards her husband, she will not be entitled for the food, clothes or housing, even if she continues to live with him. But if she refuses to obey occasionally, the common verdict is that even then she cannot claim any entitlement from her husband. But this verdict is a matter of Ishkal. In any case, there is no doubt that she does not forfeit her Mahr. http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2349/ Because men and women are different, and have different rights and obligations.
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    They've lost Palau's vote. LoL http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/un-votes-188-2-israel-us-condemn-cuba-blockade
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    Basim Ali

    No Woman, No Drive

    ^Why? That was pretty creative, and brilliant satire if you've been following the Saudi campaign to lift the ban on female drivers.
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    From Ayatollah Ibrahim Aminis book - Imam Mahdi - Just leader of humanity This custom is common among all the Shi'is around the world. It is related that Imam Rida was present in one of the gatherings in Khurasan when the word qa'im was mentioned. At that he rose, put his right hand on his head and said: "O God, make his deliverance soon and his rising graceful! Ilzam al-nasib (1351 AH edition), p. 81
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3j_mKYURkE GOAT
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    To answer Hussain's call to mankind, "Is there any helper to help us?" Only 30 days left , and Muharram will be here inshaAllah, We are forming Chicago Chapter of Who Is Hussain Campaign, to join other cites around the world. and we really need followers of Imam Hussain to help. Help spread his message and be one of those that answer to a call of action. Will YOU answer that call? We cannot thank you enough for your work, in fact, we leave that to Aba Abdillah(as) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ol6lr8ni-ayOVuR0d9aB6r398hncjNoi3a_N1xrIry8/viewform https://www.facebook.com/groups/whoishussain.chicago/
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    Books Concerning Bukhari

    (bismillah) (1) Ath'wa Ala Al Saheehain: (ﺃﺿﻮﺍﺀ ﻋﻠﻰ ﺍﻟﺼﺤﻴﺤﻴﻦ) By Al Shiekh Muhammad Sadiq al-Njm'i (ﻟﺸﻴﺦ ﻣﺤﻤﺪ ﺻﺎﺩﻕ ﺍﻟﻨﺠﻤﻲ): Download Here (2) Jin'aiyat Al Bukhar ( جناية البخاري) By Zakariya Awz'on( زكريا اوزون): Download here (wasalam)
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    Bismillahi ArRahmani ArRaheem It is narrated that a man came to Imam Sadiq and told him that there is X man who is cursing the Three openly in the mosque, Imam Sadiq said with disagrrement " What's wrong with him, may Allah curse him for he is (ya'ridhu bina) Ya'ridhu bina is like making us a target, it is like how you wave the red cloth for a bull or take some live humans as shields in the battles etc. وقيل للصادق عليه السلام: يا ابن رسول الله، إنا نرى في المسجد رجلا يعلن بسب أعدائكم ويسميهم، فقال: "ما له لعنه الله يعرض بنا" . وقال الله تعالى: "ولا تسبوا الذين يدعون من دون الله فيسبوا الله عدوا بغير علم ". I've heard stories about non Saudi nationals going to hajj and zeyarah of prophet, cursing publicly and going in with quarrels with the wahabis , thinking that they are safe from being killed or harmed. Brothers, know that you are not safe and that you might be targeted either by police or by masses. Also, know that these actions are frowned upon by the Shia, that you will not get their support. Also know that what you seem to see as courage action and proper rafidhi attitude is in fact a cursed attitude by our imams. Brothers, consider yourself in Saqifah when you are doing Zeyarah to prophet, consider yourself present in the day when prophet asked for a pen and paper but was given argument and quarrel, always remmeber that prophet dismissed them all who were present and said "there should be no quarrel around a prophet" Brothers, act with high respect while in the presence of our prophet, if you heard bad words, do not respond, if you heard others cursing our Imams do not respond It is narrated that Imam Sadiq said " Verliy, when I hear the man curse me in the mosque, I hide from him so he will not see me" وقال الصادق عليه السلام: "إني لأسمع الرجل في المسجد وهو يشتمني، فأستتر منه بالسارية كي لا يراني". The winner is not the loudest, the winner is not the strongest, brothers, remember that winners are the one who can resist to act lowly Imam Sadiq said " May Allah have mercy upon the man who make others like us" وقال عليه السلام: "رحم الله عبدا حببنا إلى الناس ، ولم يبغضنا إليهم"
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    In my e-mail this morning.... Follow Me through Israel & Palestine‏ Dear Travelers, I'm exploring in Israel and Palestine this month as we film TV shows that'll air on public television in 2014. Starting today, I'll be blogging daily for several weeks about my experiences, and I hope you can join me. In Israel, I'm wearing my yarmulke, and I'm ready to learn. Then crossing into Palestine, I'll learn that perspective. Together we'll connect with students at Palestinian universities, visit with Zionist settlers whose claim to the land dates back to Biblical times, bob like a cork in the Dead Sea, and roast coffee with Bedouin nomads. There's no better way to learn than to actually walk in the footsteps of the fascinating spectrum of people who call this region home and struggle to share it peacefully. I can't promise any easy answers to this complex mix, but I can promise vivid insights and a powerful opportunity to learn about a land a third of humanity considers holy. Don't miss this chance to stow away with me for an adventure in Israel and Palestine. It's easy: just like me on Facebook and get ready for an exciting trip...starting today! Rick Steves and on his facebook.... Exploring Israel and Palestine — In Search of Understanding (and Some Great TV) Earlier this month, my crew and I flew to Tel Aviv to film three new public television shows on the Holy Land: individual half-hour episodes on Israel and Palestine (part of our new eighth season of Rick Steves' Europe, premiering in October of 2014); and an hour-long special on the Holy Land as a whole, designed to give context to the challenges of that region, and to help viewers better understand and empathize with the people sharing it (scheduled to air in mid-2014). Over the next month or so, I'll be posting every day right here about my experiences filming these new shows. Hearing about my travel plans, several people have asked me whether I really want to wade into the quagmire of Israel and Palestine, where it seems like anyone who probes for the truth will anger people on one side or the other. Believing that the vast majority of Americans are not partisan on the issues here — and emboldened by the burgeoning movement among Palestinians and Israelis to find an enduring solution that gives dignity and security to people on both sides of the divide — I think this is an exciting and timely project. And, frankly, I’m tired of extremists exploiting social media to exaggerate their numbers, creating the illusion that a vocal fringe of our society is more legitimate than it actually is. With these new shows, my only agenda is to appeal to open-minded people who simply want to do some armchair travel, hear a variety of perspectives, and be given the opportunity to form their own opinions. As you may remember, I was in the Holy Land this spring scouting for these new shows. Now I'm excited to head back and start shooting with our crew: my producer, Simon Griffith; two cameramen, Karel Bauer and Dean Cannon; and a cadre of both Israeli and Palestinian local guides, drivers, and helpers. We’ll be working in Jerusalem (bursting with history and culture); Tel Aviv and Haifa (so joyful and full of modern life); and Masada and Yad Vashem (which give poignancy to the Jewish struggle, from Roman times to the Diaspora to our own generation). Then, heading into the West Bank, we'll be curious sightseers in Bethlehem, Hebron, Jericho, Nablus, and Ramallah — experiencing "reality travel" in places almost completely unknown to most Americans. We’ll walk in the sandal-steps of Jesus with Christian pilgrims at the Sea of Galilee, taking Bible stories to a new level. And we’ll learn about the Separation Wall and the settlements that vex the desire for peace. With the help of local Israeli and Palestinian guides, we'll make a point to listen to local voices on both sides of the issues. In Israel, I’ll be wearing my yarmulke and eager to learn. And in Palestine, I won’t be wearing my keffiyeh — but I’ll be equally ready to learn. After several weeks of traveling throughout the Holy Land this year, it’s my hunch that the majority of both Israelis and Palestinians have come to the conclusion that violence is not the answer. And I believe that, while any sane person wants peace, a wise person understands there can be no real peace without justice. Like the destinations themselves, these themes will prove to be a fascinating area to delve into. The Holy Land — which is “holy” to about a third of humanity — is a richly rewarding place to travel. Join me right here over the next month, as I'll be posting every day about my explorations of this fascinating land. And share a link with your friends who might be interested in traveling along. Together, we'll strive to overcome fear with understanding. Happy travels! It is my hope that others, too, will watch and learn. Rick Steve's is known for quoting... "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness"
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    Ibn Al-Shahid

    Smoking? Is It Right Or Wrong?

    I consider it as suicide AND genocide. The people around you are being harmed more than you are.
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    What Would You Do?

    (salam) I think one of the most important qualities in a good spouse would have to be that the person is a practicing Shia. It also depends on the person and how openminded they are about Shia beliefs as well as how important them being a Shia is to you. I think there are some qualities that can be compromised on but I wouldn't recommend this unless there was an imminent need such as the person being in danger of committing sin and there was no alternative. A few reasons for this are: -There will be problems when you raise your children. Even if eventually the couple agree on how to raise the children ie what version of the adhaan to teach them, how they should pray, whether to teach them about the caliphs, the Imams (a.s) or both and what masjid to take them, the children will be confused. Their faith may not be firm as they will be taught contradictions from a young age and so they will have many questions yet unfortunately they will not gain full acceptance in either community. -Being unmarried is not the end of the world. No one should have to settle for something less than they deserve and on the whole, being unmarried is better than being trapped in an unhappy marriage. -How well do you know this man? Are you sure he is open-minded enough to accept your Shia beliefs after marriage especially in the current climate when so many Sunni's are jumping on the bandwagon to criticize Shias. Or will it be a constant struggle and awkward every time you take out the turbah or every time his family instigates you for your beliefs. Even if you think you can manage at first, this will take its toll and you need to prepare yourself for this. -A beautiful thing about marriage is having a partner who encourages your faith; Someone who you attend Muharram lectures with and discuss the lecture with on the way back. The kind of person who you can be open with about important matters such as religion. If you marry this man, you need to come to terms with that you are closing the doors for a Shia suitor. Of course, at the end of the day you have to make the decision that you feel you can best live with. I wish you all the best, InshAllah.
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    you can email me at jkassim99@gmail.com and I will forward to sis and team
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    Damascus Is Burning

    StrangerThenRedZ : You are just another wahabi retard. Please GTFO and go back to your beheading and raping women and then praying to GOD to give you heaven. You talk about unity yet cannot even dissect real fact from fiction. Even the non- biased white man, knows it was the turd rebels who used chemical weapons, get your ass out of the sand kiddo. I have spoken to many wahabis, they have no purpose in life, therefore as they cannot commit suicide, they decide to pick on a group, lets call them shia, and that way, they will get heaven and 72 virgins to procreate their balls out. IF you Wahabi scum were so righteous you would be up in arms and invading Israel, but they can't , as they will get ass raped within a few hours, like in 1967. Reason why i wrote in this manner, because I am tired of listening to d u m b a s s Wahhabis, who cannot even count to 10. Atheists. at least can dissect information better then these illiterate camel monkeys. I have been to syria and many people I know who have been there for years. It was a nice place, until these CIA rebel stooges came in to try and bring their s h i t t y father Sufyani to power.
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    Recent Converts To A Shia

    Even after years now of following Shia school and self educating and having courses I still find there is so much more to learn. Shia islam is very deep and gives way to even other deep fields of knowledge. One important thing is to look up to the scholars and always seek answered and know that one may not always find the full answer from people. Islam truly is an amazing deep religion. Just recently we were going through Arabic words used for the story of prophet Adam (as) in class and it is ground breaking to see the proofs behind shia thought. I think and maybe due to my limited research that we need more in depth books for English readers and more help as well toward not only reverts but born muslims. In other words we need to blossom the quest for knowledge. I don't know if it is proper for you guys yet to start seeking more Ilm on nahjul balagha or not instead of just reading it but if you feel you want ro know more shaykh iman who comes on shiachat sometimes dose Skype session for it for free. I have not been able to attend yet but he is a wonderful man. Whine I would love to sit with.
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    I Swear Its Waajb To Follow A Marji

    Thank you for your reply, but I am still wondering what is the common meaning when we say "follow a marja" or "do taqleed". Does that mean follow one person in everything? Does that mean find out their verdicts on even what we think we already know from our own knowledge of Quran and hadith? Can more than one person be "followed" or must each person choose only one? (Why are there differences among the different scholars?) A bit aside from that question but I am wondering what is the obligation of a follower if he believes a fatwa of his marja to be in violation of Quran or accepted hadith? Does he obey anyway? Is he obligated to point out the suspected flaw in judgement to the scholar? Is he obligated to seek knowledge further from original sources to verify either the marja's or his own mistake? Myself, I seek guidance from Sayyid Sistani just like many other westerners, and I've never seen him rule wrongly, but it could happen. These scholars spend their entire lives in intense study, but they are still common men, not imams. They are perfectly capable of making mistakes. And again, why do different scholars sometimes reach different conclusions on the same issue?
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    "religion Is The Root Of All Evil"

    Your points did not merit a response, unless you have been residing in some detached tribe in the hills of Pulau for past 40 odd years. Lets keep it simple, do you think it was okay to so vehemently oppose Allende's popular democratic economic reforms in Chile? Do you believe that the most precious natural resources should be under the control of private power? That they should be sold off to the highest bidder? Was Allende wrong to nationalize the corporate owned copper mines? Was he wrong to provide food subsidies for the poor? Was it okay to train Chilean students in free market economics and deploy them to spread such nonsense back in independent Chile? Do you believe Pinochet's economic policies, drafted by the same lunatics made for a more fair and just democratic society? Why the hell was Friedman silent through Pinochet's horrendous atrocities in the 70's and 80's when pressed on these issues? It was because his egotistical self had a hard time facing up to the consequences of his proposals that were before everyone's eyes. What about yourself? Are you in principle opposed to a universal health care system for all? Even for those who cannot afford one? Do you agree with the radical deregulation of financial institutions undertaken under Reagan, with the great Milton Friedman as his economic advisor? Do you agree with Thatchers war against the working people of England? Who the hell was advising Reagan and Thatcher on economic policy? I mean its the most absurd kind of religion, that markets always know best, even when it comes to the most sacred things in our lives. You can check the record yourself, or would you rather I do that for you as well? Even the most ardent supporters of Friedman and Reagan are a bit embarrassed by now, especially post the 2008 financial crisis.
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    (salam) Should anyone argue with you concerning him, after the knowledge that has come to you, then say: ‘Come! Let us call our sons and your sons, our women and your women, our souls and your souls, then let us pray earnestly and call down Allah’s curse upon the liars’. (Qur'an 3:61) This verse refers to the famous event of 'al-Mubahala ' which took place in the year 10 A.H between the Prophet (S) and the Christians of Najran and which is mentioned in all well-known books of traditions, tafsir (exegesis) and history by Muslim scholars. In the al-Tafsir of ‘Ali bin Ibrahim al-Qummi it is narrated from Imam al-Sadiq (AS): 'The Christians of Najran came (as a delegation) to the Messenger of Allah.... they rang the hand-bells and prayed; the Prophet's companions objected: “O Messenger of Allah! This in your mosque”? He (S) said: “Leave them (to pray as they like)”. When they finished, they came to the Prophet (S) and said: “To what do you call”? He (S) said: “To bear witness that there is no God but Allah and that I am the Messenger of Allah and that 'Isa (Jesus) (a.s) is created a slave (of Allah), and he used to eat, drink and relieve himself”. They said: “Then who was his father”? The revelation was then revealed to the Messenger of Allah (S) saying: “Say to them - what do you say about Adam, was he a created slave (of Allah), who would eat, drink, relieve himself and cohabit”? So the Prophet (S) asked them and they replied: “Yes”. He (S) asked them: “Then who was his father”? They could not answer, so Allah revealed: Verily, the similitude of Jesus with Allah is as the similitude of Adam; Allah created him out of dust, then said to him, ‘Be’, and he became (3:59) till the verse: And should anyone argue with you concerning him, after the knowledge that has come to you…. and call down Allah’s curse upon the liars. (3:61) The Messenger of Allah (S) said: “So challenge me: if I am telling the truth the curse falls on you, and if I am a liar the curse falls on me”. They said: “You have been just”. Source: http://www.al-islam.org/articles/eid-al-mubahalah (wasalam)
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    I then Look onto the Next Resource, which you gave me: Al-Fawaaid [376] I am Astonished on how your giving Reference without the Author, on the book of Al-Fawaa'id, the Author is Ibn Qay'im and I don't know how well your Aware of this, but his book does not have page 376, It only Extends to 316: And I check the other version Investigated by Muhammad al Shamsi: and it only Extends to page 300? _____________________________________ you gave the following Reference: Al-Aali of as-Suyuti [1/325], Brother I am not being Rude or anything, but how well do you know Jalal'AlDeen al Suyuti? I know some of this books but Which book Is called Al-A'ali? I cannot even think of a word like that in Arabic, I tried, but cannot find, I also too the time to look at the book List of Al Suyuti and have found nothing compared to what you put Forward: http://www.ahlalhdeeth.com/vb/showthread.php?t=28154
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    The Evil Of The Night

    retarded bs. I go to the gym at 3am in the morning. I also know of many people who WORK, and still manage to get up at those times to pray salatul Layl - fajr - supplications - then bed for an hour then work. When one has no purpose in life apart from hiding at home by choice, they create and justify fears in order for them to keep staying hidden.
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    Thank you Darth Vader, the colorful image you have painted makes me feel like I'm right up in that car :sick:
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    No Woman, No Drive

    Nah Bob would be cool, knowing it has something to do with emancipation of sorts, he'd probably endorse it. Maybe if he were like one of the "artists" of today then maybe. Also there were no instruments involved, so the mods can't remove it. :P
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    Salman Raheel

    Malala Interview On Daily Show

    SHe is just a drama queen, working for western agenda
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    Abu Hadi

    I Want To Get Married

    Salam. Do you mean Spanish, from Espana or Latina reverts ? Latina reverts are not that hard to find in the U.S., especially if you are in places like Miami, L.A., or New Jersey
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    Ali Musaaa :)

    I Want To Get Married

    Are you speaking to me bro? Yes, that thread... LOL Brother PureEthics made it as a joke. Silly boy. Top bloke nonetheless ^_^
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    I Want To Get Married

    Jaguar_knight : sounds like me in from 10 years ago. Therefore we deduce the same ideology is still in practice today. However my advice would be, be who you are, enjoy life and find someone your self. Ali_ so why aren't you married yet?.... I recall a post that your buddy made last year, for you. :) But what I find funny is, my non muslims poor friend, can find a girlfriend easily. But as always he has the same problem. After a 6 months or so, they break up, because he just is not rich enough.
  43. 1 point
    Ali Musaaa :)

    Order Of The Qur'an

    Just ignore him. He's trying to prove a ridiculous point with even more ridiculous argument and claim.
  44. 1 point
    Al sodouq, Almufid, Alsistani etc are all students to Ahlulbayt. They all take their beliefs from Ahlulbayt and there should be no diffrenece between the ancient and the modern scholars. Surely, ancient scholars had more raw materials and primary resources, but modern scholars have compilations of these resources that may not had all been in the hand of one ancient scholar, as well as compilation of works that explain the meaning and compare the similar hadiths. All in all, we as shia from imam Ali time till today hold the same position that Sunnis are Muslims but not Mo'mins since they are oblivious or confused about a fundamental beliefs which is the wilayah, the last of obligations that was revealed upon prophet
  45. 1 point
    :Sami II

    Why 1/2 Hijab?

    (salam) I think the 1/2 :Hijab might be due to the height of the sister , if she is like less than 80 cm , only half the material is required for her to fully cover. Unless she has disabilities ,but let's not go into that . The other reason might be that she is not married , so she is only fulfilling half her :Deen , and :Inshallah when she marries she will wear 100% :Hijab. I also wonder if it's possible for the bros to observe 1/2 :Hijab , like any brothers here less than 80 cm ? ws
  46. 1 point

    Short Commentaries On Hadiths

    Bismihi Taala.. Salam.. Here's some short commentaries on hadiths you might like to read.. http://english.khamenei.ir//index.php?option=com_content&task=category&sectionid=5&id=5&Itemid=10 ma salam
  47. 1 point

    Recent Converts To A Shia

    correct your prayer.
  48. 1 point
    mola abbas 786

    Azadari Of Prophets (As)

    thats true all the 12400 prophets (pbuh) that have came where the azadars of hussain (A.S)
  49. 1 point
    we should never show any respect to that filthy baghi. the most mind bogglingly irritating and ignorant thing i have read in this thread is "i hate her sins not her"...wtf is that even meant to mean? thats like saying "i hate the whole holocaust thing but hitler was really nice to his mum" the sin and the sinner in this case are the same. the sin is being a baghi - a crime so serious it is forbidden to even perform janaza upon the body of a baghi - and the sinner is ammi jaan, who performed the rebellion. the sin is being a nasibi and ordering arrows to be fired at the body of an imam en route to burial. the sinner is ammi jaan. the sin is murdering the holy prophet by force feeding him poison, the sinner is ammi jaan but you shia choose in your graciousness to forgive her because imam ali (as) couldnt put her to death since the idiot ummah would have been manipulated into yet another hysteria like after the death of uthman? have you lost your minds? kamal al haideri, with all due respect, is talking to the whole world, so cannot speak his mind. this doesnt bloody mean we shia start RESPECTING her! ya rabb!
  50. 1 point
    It is impossible to refrain from sending La'nah to the enemies of Ahlulbait (as).