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  1. Why do we hate Bilal Ibn Rabah?

    Salam Alaikum, Because after the rise of the first three caliphs, Imam Ali removed himself from society and spent the next 25 years (the years which Abu Bakr and Umar took his rights away from him) in his home writing and studying. He also wrote a quran which has special tafsir and ta'wil (internal meaning) but the people rejected it, and now it's with the Imam of our time. (Imam Mahdi a.j)
  2. Favourite Hadiths

    Ali Bin Ibrahim, from Muhammad Bin Isa, from Yunus, from Yazeed Bin Khalifa who said, ‘I heard Abu Abdullah a.s.w.s saying: ‘When the praying one stands for the Salāt, the Mercy Descends upon him from the horizons of the sky to the horizons of the earth, and the Angels surround him, and an Angel Calls out: ‘Had this praying one known what is in the Salāt, he would not turn around (finish)’. Al Kafi Volume 3 - The Book of Salāt Chapter 1 H4
  3. Abaya in the west

    Wa alaykum asalam, sister Mashallah it's amazing that you love your religion very much, and will put religion over worldly desires at any time! Inshallah everyone can be this way. I am going to make dua for you. Try to sit down and talk with your father, and explain to him how Allah will always come first before anything, and explain to him that you love your deen and that you are serious about wearing an abaya. Tell him that you don't care about the stares and you would much rather want to please Allah. Other than that, good luck!
  4. Masjid-Al-Hayy

    I never said congregational prayer, I said Majalis during the month of Muharram.
  5. Masjid-Al-Hayy

    No doubt this is Israaf. A man with that wealth could have spent it on the poor, or most importantly built many shia mosques in third world countries and rural areas to ease difficulties for Shias. For many Shias living in southern states and less wealthier countries, I know families that go on a 2 hour drive just to go to the mosque in Muharram.
  6. It is fine. Atleast it wasn't an arrow gushed into your thigh! "In the Battle of Siffin an arrow head pierced the thigh of Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (as). It was not possible to pull it out because of the unbearable pain it caused. When Imam Hasan (as) was consulted in the matter, he told the people to just wait till his father (Imam Ali) stands for prayer and to remove the arrow while Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (as) was praying. Accordingly the arrow was pulled out while Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (as) praying and Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (as) was totally oblivious of the excruciating pain. When Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (as) stood for prayers, the world ceased to exist for him, his entire being was totally immersed in the contact he had established with his Creator and his relationship with Him. In Noble Qur'an (Surah Yusuf 12:31) showed that when Prophet Yusuf (Joseph) went in front of the women they cut their fingers but did not feel the pain. If the beauty of Prophet Yusuf (as) a creature of Almighty Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى removed pain then think of the beauty of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى and when Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (as) stood in the presence of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى then all pain from removing the arrow from his thigh was gone." http://www.ezsoftech.com/stories/imamali9.asp
  7. Ghosts

    What if a large group of Jinn attack a very faithful Mu'min? Will they be able to possess him/her? What are the procedures in helping a possessed person escape the Jinn? (while in possession) I see many people say to contact a local Sheikh etc, but what does the sheikh do? Is there a dua we must read? Thanks
  8. Syed Scarf

    Alaikum Asalam. That scarf is not only worn by Al Hassani lines. I am pretty sure that all sayyids wear it. I myself am from Hussaini line and wear it along with all my relatives who are of the same line. We don't wear an all-black scarf. If you go to a Shia mosque in muharram, many sayyids will be wearing it 100% sure.
  9. Ok watch this video and skip to 3:40 and tell me any sources for this claim this man has. He says Allah 'fused' "ethical good" and "religious good" into one type of 'good'. This seems pretty logical, but can anyone provide a source for this?
  10. Why is Humanity Misled?

    Quran Surah Ibrahim [14:22] - وَقالَ الشَّيطانُ لَمّا قُضِيَ الأَمرُ إِنَّ اللَّهَ وَعَدَكُم وَعدَ الحَقِّ وَوَعَدتُكُم فَأَخلَفتُكُم ۖ وَما كانَ لِيَ عَلَيكُم مِن سُلطانٍ إِلّا أَن دَعَوتُكُم فَاستَجَبتُم لي ۖ فَلا تَلوموني وَلوموا أَنفُسَكُم ۖ ما أَنا بِمُصرِخِكُم وَما أَنتُم بِمُصرِخِيَّ ۖ إِنّي كَفَرتُ بِما أَشرَكتُمونِ مِن قَبلُ ۗ إِنَّ الظّالِمينَ لَهُم عَذابٌ أَليمٌ And Satan will say when the matter has been concluded, "Indeed, Allah had promised you the promise of truth. And I promised you, but I betrayed you. But I had no authority over you except that I invited you, and you responded to me. So do not blame me; but blame yourselves. I cannot be called to your aid, nor can you be called to my aid. Indeed, I deny your association of me [with Allah ] before. Indeed, for the wrongdoers is a painful punishment. "
  11. Asalam Alaikum From "Companions of The Prophet", Vol.1, By Abdul Wahid Hamid Talking about Salman al-Mohammadi (al Farsi) - As a scholar, Salman was noted for his vast knowledge and wisdom. Ali (a.s) said of him that he was like Luqman the Wise. And Ka'b al-Ahbar said: "Salman is stuffed with knowledge and wisdom like an ocean that does not dry up." Salman had a knowledge of both the Christian scriptures and the Qur'an in addition to his earlier knowledge of the Zoroastrian religion. Salman in fact translated parts of the Qur'an into Persian during the life-time of the Prophet. He was thus the first person to translate the Qur'an into a foreign language. If Ali is saying Salman is wise like Luqman, then why didn't he say he was wise like another prophet? Why did he choose Luqman in this saying? It is because Luqman and Salman are both wise men, and not prophets. As far as the Quran goes, Luqman was not a prophet. The Quran says that Allah gave him wisdom [31:12] Nowhere in the Quran though does it say he received revelation. @SeyedMoAbbas
  12. Why is Humanity Misled?

    I agree, brother. Mankind seeks only to please themselves nowadays. They have little interest in helping the poor, helping loved ones in need, or putting time in their day to pray to Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى. There is no cure for this disease known as disobedience, except the reappearance of Imam Mahdi (aj)
  13. Why do we hate Bilal Ibn Rabah?

    In Shi'ism Bilal ibn Rabah was one of the greatest companions of the Prophet. After the Prophet (saw) died, Umar told him to pledge allegiance to Abu Bakr, and Bilal refused. Someone can correct me on this, but his words were " I will not pledge allegiance to that man. He was not the one chosen at Ghadir ". Then Umar said " But he freed you when you were a slave being tortured ". Bilal replied " If he freed me for the sake of Allah, he will be rewarded, and if he freed me for his own fame, he will be punished ". Then Bilal went and lived in Damascus, Syria for 8 years and died there. He did come back a few times for Azan for Ale- Muhammad, as @Qa'im has said, but still I may be wrong in a few parts.
  14. He was a Abdin Salih ( Wise servant of Allah ). So no, just a very noble human being.
  15. Can shia Imams do miracles?

    And, the story brother @Ron_Burgundy mentioned of Imam Ali (a.s) finding water in the middle of nowhere, is actually in a very famous Shia movie on Imam Ali's (a.s) life. Here you go, I've linked it to where the incident begins. ( go to 0:44 )