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  1. Heavens for Murderers

    As salamunalaykum Thanks Bro for that info. however i do check the facts before posting. and those who say the website is unreliable. no problems show me in todays time who can you trust? but i agree and is my policy and my responsibility to check before i post. also the Importance of my post was the Question which he has raised. let's suppose for a while that the info of him being a convert is false (suppose) still the question raised by who so ever is valid.and is a very good question for people who really are in need of finding the right path. Ma sallam
  2. Heavens for Murderers

    Walaykum salam wa rahmatullahe wa barakato Thanks bro I am Aware of the Website and also the other Questions. However wanted to come up with 1 or 2 question at a time so people could try and answer them if they could. Ma sallam
  3. Heavens for Murderers

    Walaykum salam wa rahmatullahe wa barakato The name of the Alim is Maulana Ghulam Hussain Na'eemi of Sahiwa'al, Pakistan "I will pretend to be the "devil's advocate" here and challenge this question as follows: It is one of the Primary principles of shia belief system that Allah is Just. He will never be unfair and unjust to human beings. So what happens when two friends are sincere however one of them is right due to his knowledge of the matter whereas the other person is wrong due to his lack of knowledge ? Is Allah going to punish the latter due to his ignorance (even though he was sincere) ?" Bro/Sis. I hope you will be well aware of the Hadith of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.s) " Man mata walam yarif imama zamanehi faqad maata meetatan jahiliyya" Is the (recognition)Knowledge of the imam of time not of any value.(if yes then hope the question is answered) And this was not just any issue. this was the place where innocent Muslim believers were killed. We read in the Holy Qur'an "And whoever kills a believer intentionally, his recompense shall be hell, he shall abide therein and God's wrath (Ghazibullaho) shall be on him and his curse (lanato), and is prepared for him a great torment" (Surah Nisa, v 93) History testifies that during the battles of Sifeen and Jamal 70,800 Muslims lost their lives. What is the position of the killers here? Is this verse not applicable to them? If these individuals opposed the Khalifa of the time and were responsible for spreading fitnah (dissension) and murder, what will be their position on the Day of Judgement? Did the opposing party had any doubt about the belief of Ali (a.s) Then how can we label this as unintentionally? However what Question you have raised seen in general aspects you are right but Again it depends on the consequence it should not go against the order of Allah s.w.t. Then forgiveness can be thought of.
  4. This was a question raised by a Sunni Alim. For which he never got a satisfactory answer. And many more such Questions guided him to the True Islam. Q No 1: It is a basic principle of rationality that if two parties have a dispute both can be wrong, but both can not be right. Applying this to the battles of Jamal and Siffeen, will both the murderers and the murdered be in heaven, because both were right? Q No 2: During her lifetime Hadhrath Ayesha was a severe critic of Hadhrath Uthman, to the point that she advocated his killing. How is it that following his murder, she chose to rebel against Imam Ali (as) on the premise that his killers should be apprehended? Why did she leave Makkah, portray Hadhrath Uthman as a victim and mobilise opposition from Basrah? Was this decision based on her desire to defend Hadhrath Uthman or was it motivated by her animosity towards Hadhrath Ali (as)? History records that she said the following about Hadhrath Uthman "Kill this old fool (Na'thal), for he is unbeliever", see History of Ibn Athir, v3, p206, Lisan al-Arab, v14, p141, al-Iqd al-Farid, v4, p290 and Sharh Ibn Abi al-Hadid, v16, pp 220-223
  5. This is an objective type. Keep answering it to see the conclusion. Please tick the correct answer. 1. Have you been to Hajj? Yes / no 2. If not have you meet some one who has come from hajj? (Will happen soon Enshallah) Yes / no 3. What was your observation on his spiritual behavior? Good / bad 4. What was the mode of travel? Flight / bus / train / ship. 5. What was your observation on his physical strength after completion of hajj? Week / tired / not tired 6. What was the mode of transport in the old ages to travel for hajj? Foot / camel / horse / donkeys 7. was it more exhaustive then today? Yes / no 8. How is the heat of Arabia? Hot / very hot / extremely hot. 9. What is the title of the holy prophet (saws)? Rehmatulil aalameen / zalim (Mazallah) 10. When was the hajjautl Vida (last hajj of the Holy Prophet took place) 1st year of hijrah / 10th year of hijrah. 11. In the 10th year of hijrah were the Muslims Praying salat, Fasting, Giving Zakat, Going for hajj Etc. Yes / No Keep the answers in your mind till you finish reading. Now let us see what your opinion about the incident is. Please keep the above points in mind. In the history of Islam there is an incident which has been narrated by so many companions that it is now known as a Mutawatir tradition. (Mutawatir (Arabic: ãÊæÇÊÑý) is an Arabic word meaning "consecutive." It is often used as an Islamic termwithin the science of hadith. A hadith is said to be mutawatir if it was reported by a significant, though unspecified, number of narrators at each level in the chain of narration, thus reaching the succeeding generation through multiple chains of narration leading back to its source. This provides confirmation that the hadith is authentically attributed to its source at a level above reasonable doubt. This is due to its being beyond historical possibility that narrators could have conspired to forge a narration. Hadiths can bemutawatir in both actual text and meaning.) I hope the meaning of the word mutawatir is known. This incident is known as prophets’ last hajj or hajjautl Vida or ghadeer e khum. A plane open space where there were no trees to shade and all of the hajjis were returning from the hajj. On his way back this was the place where he (saws) received a revelation In this place, the following verse of the Quran was revealed: "O Apostle! Deliver what has been sent down to you from your Lord; and if you don't do it, you have not delivered His message (at all); and Allah will protect you from the people ..." (Quran 5:67) The last sentence in the above verse indicates that the Prophet was mindful of the reaction of his people in delivering that message but Allah informs him not to worry, for He will protect His Messenger from people. He (saws) stopped every one at this place. Asked every one who had gone ahead to come back and waited for everyone who were left behind. On this day the Messenger of Allah spent approximately five hours in this place; three hours of which he was on the pulpit. He recited nearly one hundred verses from The Glorious Quran, and for seventy three times reminded and warned people of their deeds and future. Then he gave them a long speech. Question: 1: we all know that the Holy Prophet is Rehmatullil Alameen. Just think deep hot summer of Arabia, no shade, tired hajjis just coming back from Hajj. And he (s.a.w.s) gave such a long sermon and the Ayat which had been revealed says if you not deliver this it is as if you have not delivered his message at all. What was this message? And if we ponder it was so much important that if it was not delivered then it was as if he had not delivered a single Ayat. Also see the last line Allah will protect you from the people this shows that the message had to be some thing which every one would not digest it easily. And Allah (s.w.t) took the guarantee for his protection. Short Summarize answer a) Very important message. B) So important that tired hajjis had to sit in hot sun. c) Holy Prophets Efforts of so many years of tablig were on risk. d) He had a fear from people of his ummat (or so called hajjis/companioins) Let’s proceed further The following is a part of his speech which has been widely narrated by the Sunni traditionists: The Sermon Upon receiving the verse, the Prophet stopped on that place (the pond of Khumm) which was extremely hot. Then he sent for all people who have been ahead in the way, to come back and waited until all pilgrims who fell behind, arrived and gathered. He ordered Salman [r] to use rocks and camel toolings to make a pulpit (minbar) so he could make his announcement. It was around noon time in the first of the fall, and due to the extreme heat in that valley, people were wrapping their robes around their feet and legs, and were sitting around the pulpit, on the hot rocks. On this day the Messenger of Allah spent approximately five hours in this place; three hours of which he was on the pulpit. He recited nearly one hundred verses from The Glorious Quran, and for seventy three times reminded and warned people of their deeds and future. Then he gave them a long speech. Note: just a reminder old days travel options. Desert heat no shade, Etc Major Question? What was the message? Note: These were hajjis not common man. So they had already performed Hajj, Namaz, astagfar at Arafa and all other wajibats. Think Logically Use the Brain which Allah S.W.T has gifted to mankind. Where the Almighty says in the Holy Quran [u] fatabaraka Allahu ahsanu alkhaliqeena[/u] And Allah is the best of the creator. (Holy Quran 23:14)
  6. This article will address the use of treatment of individuals with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome who showed signs of Fibromyalgia. Many doctors claim that FMS (Fibromyalgia Syndrome) is simply one of the symptoms of CFS ( Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), while others insist that they are separate and distinctly different illnesses. As I researched both illnesses, it became clear that many of their symptoms overlap, thereby leading to the discrepancy in doctors' opinions. It is my belief at this point that they are different illnesses that share many of the same symptoms and possibly a common cause; it is also possible for a person with CFS to have Fibromyalgia and visa-versa. For the Client it is important to be able to identify the key similarities and especially the differences before beginning treatment, as each illness must be approached differently. I will attempt to give the reader a brief understanding of these illnesses, their recommended treatments, as well as the most current findings of leading institute of Northern California. First and foremost, let us address some of the similarities in symptoms that both illnesses share. Those suffering from these illnesses share the following symptoms: muscle pain, multi-joint pain without swelling, headaches, sore throat, tender lymph nodes, persistent and recurrent periods of unexplained fatigue, sleep disturbance (unrefreshing sleep), blurring of vision, dizziness, rashes, tingling sensations in the extremities, irritable bowel syndrome, cognitive difficulties such as short term memory loss and double concentrating, and emotion al difficulties such as depression, anxiety and panic attacks. With so many similarities, it becomes clear why it may be difficult to differentiate between the two illnesses. For any doctor attempting to treat someone with the above listed symptoms, it becomes important to search for the clues that differentiate the two illnesses. In order to do so, we must first determine the most severe symptoms of the individual. The National Foundation for Fybromyalgia uses the following two criteria for diagnosis: widespread pain for at least three months, and a number of tender points (11-18) found in precise locations on the body. People with FMS' number one complaint is that they "hurt all over". Many people with FMS cannot sit or maintain any position for longer than twenty minutes without becoming stiff. Morning muscle stiffness can be especially difficult. In contrast, the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta and the CFIDS (Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome) Association of America use the following criteria for diagnosis: 1. Unexplained and persistent fatigue lasting for six months or more. A sudden and rapid onset of symptoms. 3. The concurrent occurrence of four or more of the following symptoms: short term memory loss, difficulty concentrating, swollen or tender lymph glands, sleep disturbance, night sweats, low grade fever, muscle or joint soreness. By reviewing the criteria for diagnosis, I discovered that people with FMS are primarily plagued with muscular pain, while those with CFS are plagued with a sudden onset of symptoms, the most predominant one being fatigue. Another key distinction is that patients with FMS can usually be helped with low levels of exercise, while those with CFS experience a worsening of symptoms. The medical communities have yet to find definite causes for either CFS or FMS, and therefore most treatment is still considered experimental and aimed at alleviating the symptoms. Recently, a well seasoned and highly respected massage therapist in Northern California, Jocelyn Oliver, surveyed a group of individuals with FMS and CFS. She discovered what she believes to be a common cause for both illnesses as well as the most appropriate form of treatment. After surveying a fairly large group, she discovered that all of the ill individuals had experienced some form of intense childhood trauma, and some were still experiencing ongoing emotional trauma. These traumas, she believes, lead to a biological anxiety and a biologically based tension in the body; this would constitute an ongoing hyper-arousal of the sympathetic nervous system and a hyper-tonic muscular state. As a result of this biologically based anxiety and tension, most individuals end up with what is known as "leaky gut syndrome", in which the integrity of the intestinal tract has been compromised and the individual is more susceptible to developing allergies. Doctors agree that both FMS and CFS patients display more allergies to food, airborne allergens and their environment as a whole. Jocelyn's recommended course of treatment would be for the ill individual to begin some sort of body oriented stress and trauma relief therapy. Because the trauma has become a biological component of these patients' "make up", the trauma must therefore be released from the body. Therapists that encourage "talk therapy" and "analysis" will be of little help. As far as bodywork is concerned, Jocelyn recommends light palpation and nothing more. Deep tissue work is contraindicated. Source: Real bodywork The best way known to get rid of this “make up” (CFS) is to live life the content way. As the stress levels just don’t drop. So be Happy with what you have and thank the one and only one who has granted you all the (bests) of the life. And don’t make your body a living trauma cell. Where treatment never takes place. Imam Ali (a.s) Says: "O man, you come from a drop of semen and you leave as a piece of dust. You don't know when you came and you don't know when you're leaving. Yet you go around thinking you know everything."
  7. As salamunalaykum Brother first lets see the authenticity of the event and the stage where Ali (a.s) stood and what was the Condition of the Iman of People at that time.then we should question whether Did Ali (a.s) stopped the incident or not. His khutba at siffin clearly shows his dislike and to get more details read the khutba of Nahjul Balagah sermon no 3. Also known as khutba ash-Shiqshiqiyyah http://www.nahjulbalagha.org/SermonDetail.php?Sermon=3 Fyi Please note: Tarawih is 20 or 8 Rakah prayer after Isha ÚÔÇÁ Prayer But Rasool (saww) not even a Single time in his life offered any such 20 or 8 Rakah Salah after Isha ÚÔÇÁ prayer. What Rasool (saww) offered for 3 nights, was only and only TAHAJJUD Prayer (which starts after Midnight). For proof, see the following hadith, where it is particularly mentioned that Rasool (saww) came for prayer only after the “Middle of Night”. Narrated 'Urwa: That he was informed by 'Aisha, "Allah's Apostle went out in the MIDDLE OF NIGHT(i.e. For Tahajjud) and prayed in the mosque and some men prayed behind him. In the morning, the people spoke about it and then a large number of them gathered and prayed behind him (on the second night). In the next morning the people again talked about it and on the third night the mosque was full with a large number of people. Allah's Apostle came out and the people prayed behind him. On the fourth night the Mosque was overwhelmed with people and could not accommodate them, but the Prophet came out (only) for the Morning Prayer. Sahih Bukhari, Volume 3, Book 32, Number 229 Therefore, people must stop lying upon Rasool (saw) that he prayed such 8 or 20 Rakah Salah after Isha Prayer and thus it is his Sunnah. I remember and feel the stage where the shura people raised the condition of following the sunnah of shaikhain. to which ALI(a.s) clearly denied proves this point in a much better way. Ma sallam
  8. #1 Imam Ali Ibn Abi Taleb (as)

    Imam Ali, Abu Turab (as) said: "O Ammar, grieve not if the pleasures of this world are kept away from you. Honey, the best and sweetest food, is the saliva of an insect, the bee. The nicest dress is made of silk which is the refuse of a small worm. The most refreshing scent, musk, is the blood of an animal, the deer. The best drink is water which is also used by animals to quench their thirst. The most passionate act is cohabiting in which urinative organs are used."
  9. Shia Mosque in Houston Texas?

    As sallamun alaykum brother. I have just arrived from India And was looking for a mosque or brothers in faith who can assist me to the mosque I am staying at the Houstonian hote ,Club and Spa and i am in the city till friday enshallah. so if some one can assist Enshallah, Allah (s.w.t) reward him ( i am staying in room no[moderator edited] and my email id is [moderator edited] And my Name is [moderator edited] Mauhtaje e Dua
  11. (salam) (bismillah) I was just wondering how many of us are among these and what is the ratio and a big question which always comes to my mind is y do we khojas as i am a khoja myself have surnames sounding like hindus Ratnani and ratna and gheewala etc etc Does any one knows about it (please jokes appart ) and how many on this website have such surnames please mention them.

    Mashallah really cute and egar to explore the world look in their eyes beautiful.
  13. As sallam I really have to say u are touching every ones inner soul may Allah the almighty enlighten us all with the noor of Imam e Zamana (a.t.f.s) And give tatheer fatima Best marefat possible and increase her ilm and Hidayat so that she can be a zariya for us also. and make her day and night and also our day and nights in your and only your service. Ameen :) Mauhtaje e dua .
  14. (salam) (bismillah) If u remember what abdur rehman ibne muljim (beshumar lanat ) said after hitting the sword on ali (a.s) Jisse jahanam bollaye usee kaun bachaye) abb bhai jisse jahanam ki agg ka maza chakhne ka shouwk ho woh quran jalaye Jab Allah (s.w.t) he himself is taking the responsibility of the holy quran who were they to protect it . I hope my spelling mistakes would be forgiven. Mauhtaj e dua
  15. HELP PLEASE...urgent

    As sallam I hope this will work for you http://www.hussaynia.com/anasheed.htm try this . and please let me know . Mauhtaje dua.