E.L King

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  1. What you are demonstrating above is proving my point.
  2. I think you are misunderstanding me, I have no issues with Al-Wilayah Al-Takweeniyah. I have an issue with tafweedh.
  3. Taken from the post before about Sayyed Al-Khoei, this is a rough example: Yes, the belief in this is the belief in tafweedh for its meaning is that Allah subahanahu is like some of the Rulers and the Kings, he has isolated Himself from what comes in the administrating of His Kingdom and delegated the coming matters to one of His Ministers, and this is what is much shown in the Arabic and Farsi poems, wherein you see the poet attribute to Ameer Al-Mu'mineen (as) some of these things.
  4. I don't know why you are still attempting to copy-paste fatwas when I just showed you the term ghulat encompasses more than just those who believe in Imam Ali (AS) as god or believe that he is an incarnation. The fatwas you are copy-pasting are related to the mas'ala of kufr and najasa, but there are ghulat that are not considered kafir and najis (originally) by the fuqaha, but they still carry batil beliefs. This is why I say that learning Arabic is a must for people. You are limiting yourself when you just rely on English books. Let me ask you: do you now what tafweedh is? Do you know who the mufawidha are?
  5. The problem with you is that you have limited yourself to English books and have not studied Arabic books. Yes, Sayyed Al-Khoei has stated that the ghulat who say Allah = Ali are najis and kafir but he has not limited the term "ghulat" only to those people. Clearly from what I translated from Al-Urwat Al-Wuthqa, there are many forms of ghulat. The difference between those who say Ali = Allah and those who believe in tafweedh is that that those who say Ali = Allah are najis and kafir, while those who believe in tafweedh, according to Sayyed Al-Khoei, are not najis and kafir even though they carry false beliefs.
  6. I don't have an issue with Al-Wilayah Al-Takweeniyah, I have an issue with tafweedh.
  7. Ghulu obviously exists and it doesn't have to be the belief that the Imams are gods. This is what Sayyed Al-Khoei says in Al-Urwat Al-Wuthqa: And from them [i.e the ghulat] are those who have been ascribed to them that they believe in His Godliness subhanahu except that he [the ghali from them] believes that the matters of tashree' (legislation) and takween are all in the hands of Ameer Al-Mu'mineen (AS) so he sees that he is the Giver of Life and the Inflictor of Death, and that he is the Creator and the Sustainer, and that he aided the previos Prophets in secret and the most honourable Prophet (SAWW) in openness. And their beliefs even though they are batil in reality and that they are opposing reality in truth, wherein the Kitab Al-Munazzil [i.e the Qur'an] proves that the matters of takween and tashree' all are in the hands of Allah subhanahu. Except that it is not which has mowdh'iyya (?) in the ruling of the kufr of the believer in it. Yes, the belief in this is the belief in tafweedh for its meaning is that Allah subahanahu is like some of the Rulers and the Kings, he has isolated Himself from what comes in the administrating of His Kingdom and delegated the coming matters to one of His Ministers, and this is what is much shown in the Arabic and Farsi poems, wherein you see the poet attribute to Ameer Al-Mu'mineen (as) some of these things.
  8. #1 and #8 seems to define me.
  9. Because of hadiths like this: Abee `Abd Allaah (عليه السلام) said: ‘By Allaah, Allaah has bestowed this name as a blessing, as long as you take our sayings and do not (attribute) lies upon us.’ Aboo `Abd Allaah (عليه السلام) said to me this statement I told him that a man said to me ‘Beware of being a RaafiDa’ Source: 1. Al-Barqi, Al-MaHaasin, vol. 1, ch. 24, pg. 157, hadeeth # 90 2. Al-Majlisi, BiHaar Al-Anwaar, vol. 65, ch. 17, pg. 96, hadeeth # 1 So Aboo Ja`far said: ‘Verily 70 men from fir`awn’s camp rejected (rafaDoo) fir`awn and came to Moosa (عليه السلام). There was no one from the people of Moosa (عليه السلام)who (showed) diligence and love to Haroon more than them, so the people of Moosa was name RaafiDee, and Allaah revealed to Moosa this name and established them in the Torah” Source: 1. Al-Barqi, Al-MaHaasin, vol. 1, ch. 24, pg. 157, hadeeth # 91 2. Al-Majlisi, BiHaar Al-Anwaar, vol. 65, ch. 17, pg. 97, hadeeth # 3 http://www.revivingalislam.com/2010/10/i-am-raafidee.html?m=1
  10. - Backbiting the public sinners in the sin they commit is allowed. (e.g fulan is a public drinker). - And according to many scholars it is only haram to backbite believers.
  11. عن عبد الله بن طلحة قال:" سألت أبا عبد الله (عليه السلام) عن الوزغ؟ فقال هو رجس وهو مسخ كله فإذا قتلته فاغتسل In Al-Kai from Abdullah b. Talha, he said: "I asked Abu Abdillah (AS) about the gecko?" So he said "He is rijs, he is miskh (deformed) - all of him, so if you kill him then do ghusl."
  12. I think the O.P is asking the question from an Islamic standpoint. There are Sunni hadiths which say killing geckos is a rewardable act. I have yet to see Shi'i hadiths which say such things. EDIT: It seems we Shi'a have narrations which command us to do ghusl after killing a gecko.
  13. Yes. What was the topic?
  14. Brother, are most of the hadiths in this book muwathaq or sahih?
  15. I see, but my guesses tend to be true even against all odds :p