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  1. Alien Hunter

    Daily Prayers in language other than Arabic

    Learning Arabic is good. If one can understand Arabic it is very good. Of course Islam will not change for anybody, let alone for me. But when a person don't understand Arabic he is taught to recite like parrot in Arabic. Here is my objection. Is there any prohibition from Ahlul Bait from reciting supplication in other than Arabic?
  2. Salam, Majority of Muslims across the world don't know Arabic. They read Quran like parrot without understanding for attaining virtue. But I can't understand what is the point in reading a book without knowing what does it want to say. They pray daily prayers and recite supplications in Arabic and in most of the cases the laymen Muslims have no clue what they are reciting and why. Why this? Why a man not knowing Arabic has to perform prayer and recite supplication in Arabic. Does not Allah understand every language? Does not Allah says in the Quran that existence of different languages among human being is one of His signs. I think all supplications in prayer should be in mother tongue or in a language one understands. Why Ulama force non-Arabs to memorize Arabic supplication while he does not know what he supplicates for?
  3. Salam Alaikum I recently extensively researched about Ahmadiyya sect founded by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Though mainstream Muslims will insist and so did I that they are infidel, I am starting to feel that they may still be counted as Muslims. The reason Ahmadiyyas are called infidel is their professing Mirza Ghulam Ahmad as a prophet. But what is interesting is that they firmly believe that Muhammad (Peace be upon him and household) is the last and final Law-bearing prophet. His Law (Sharia) and the Quran with its entirety will ever remain valid until Qiamah and none can abrogate them. Yes, in contrast to the mainstream Muslims they believe prophets can come even after Muhammad (Peace be upon him and household) but they also believe all prophets after Muhammad (Peace be upon him and household) must be a follower of Mohammedan Law. The new subordinate prophet will only act as a reviver (Mujaddid) for Islam. In fact apart from their professing propherhood after Muhammad (Peace be upon him and household) they are very much alike ordinary Sunni Muslims. They affirm shahadah and profess fundamentals of religion (Usul Al-Deen) and follow all the necessities of religion (Wujub Al-deen). In Fiqh or jurisprudence they are mostly similar to Hanafi school. They are very much different from Bahai, Agha Khanis, Alawites, Alevis, Druze etc. who abandoned fundamental beliefs and necessary actions of religion Islam. So what do you think guys, can we consider them Muslims or their peculiar and distinct belief about prophethood renders them infidel?
  4. Alien Hunter

    Food of Mushrik Parents

    Can a convert Muslim eat food of his Mushrik parents?
  5. Alien Hunter

    HORRIFYING HADITHS IN OUR BOOKS: Need Help

    but doesnt in this case our holy imams become omnipresent like Allah and having one of attributes of Him? the examples you given about angels testifies to their extra-ordinary power given by Allah and sure prophets and imams possess power of miracles by Allah's order. but is it appropriate to claim them to free of time and space? in that case whats the difference line would be between Allah and masoomeen (AS) in regard of this attribute?
  6. Alien Hunter

    HORRIFYING HADITHS IN OUR BOOKS: Need Help

    hmm. so these has to be regarded metaphoric. however the hadith while calling imams face of Allah refers to surah baqarah verse 115. but this verse certainly applies to Allah as free from direction and omnipresent. But why the holy imam refers to this verse while calling imams face of Allah? this is what i still cant understand. can you explain?
  7. Alien Hunter

    HORRIFYING HADITHS IN OUR BOOKS: Need Help

    thanks for your help. I am starting to think to forsake reading hubb e ali. it seems it doesnt care about grading of hadith and quotes each and every narrations.
  8. Salam Alaikum. I am reading a Tafsir of Quran named 'Hubb-e-Ali'. In this Tafsir only Hadith of Masoomeen (AS) are quoted under each verse of the Quran. I started to be horrified by seeing so many narrations implying that present day Quran has missing and alterations. But I have been knowing that our belief Quran is intact and free from any corruption. But the most horrifying is the following narrations, I said to Abu Abdullah, 'You (Imams) are the prayer in the Book of Allah, Mighty and Majestic, and you are the Zakat, and you are the Pilgrimage?' He said, 'O Dawood, we are the prayers in the Book of Allah, Mighty and Majestic, and wou are the Zakat, and we are the fasts, we are the pilgrimage, we are the sacred months, we are the sacred cities, we are the Kabah of Allah, we are the direction (Qiblah) of Allah, we are face of Allah as Allah said," Whither you turn, thither is Allah's face. (Surah Baqarah:115)", and we are the signs and we are the evidence.' Isn't the above hadith content polytheistic? I am not knowledgeable one. So please someone say whether this hadith authentic? if authentic then what's the interpretation? And what about numerous hadiths about missing and alterations of the contents of the the Quran, the final Divine Book sent for mankind?
  9. Alien Hunter

    Can a Shia attend janaza of a Sunni

    my intention is for gaining the fiqh position of jafari madhhab. because in spite of the fact that sunnis are muslims our scholars say that we can not pray behind them with intention of congregational prayer. i am wondering whether such kind of barrier exists in respect of jafari jurisprudence. i have no intention to create division or became unfriendly to fellow muslims, bro.
  10. Alien Hunter

    Can a Shia attend janaza of a Sunni

    For gaining the fiqh position of jafari madhhab. because in spite of the fact that sunnis are muslims our scholars say that we can not pray behind them with intention of congregational prayer. i am wondering whether such kind of barrier exists in respect of jafari jurisprudence.
  11. Alien Hunter

    Can a Shia attend janaza of a Sunni

    Yes. for gaining the fiqh position of jafari madhhab. because in spite of the fact that sunnis are muslims our scholars say that we can not pray behind them with intention of congregational prayer. i am wondering whether such kind of barrier exists in respect of jafari jurisprudence.
  12. Assalam Alaikum. Can a Ithna Ashari Shia attend janaza of a sunni as well as non ithna ashari shia. waiting for answer....
  13. If Bashar Al-Assad is shia, then why he prays like sunni as I saw in some videos? Though I know he is not a religious person, rather a staunch secular leading western life-style but i thought at least he is nominal shia.
  14. Alien Hunter

    Who are Nasibi

    I want to know who are nasibi. are they kuffar or deviant muslims? are modern wahabis nasibi or just a sunni sect? should wahabi be treated as muslims like other sunnis?
  15. Assalamu Alaikum Wa rahmatullah What is more preferable for a sincere shia muslim, whether it is preferable to have a regime governed by islamic law of sunni jurisprudence or a regime governed by secular law where no place of islamic injunctions in state affairs? whatever is your answer what's your logic behind it.
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