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  1. Must a Muslim love God?

    Sad...Only on SC. I am close to certain there would never be a "Must a muslim love Ahlul Bayt?" question here. If there were, all the malangs/pseudo-malangs would come out to attack, but they are nowhere to be found when defending the creator سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى.
  2. Zanjeer zani

    So basically what you are saying is on the final day, you will be judged on opinions' of fallible men. Interesting...throw out the Quran or the teachings of the best creation (saw). You would be foolish to say you cannot derive if this is okay or not from the lives of the Holy Prophet (saw) and family (as). Did Rasoolallah (saw) do tatbir when his beloved uncle Hamza (as) was brutally killed? Did Imam Ali (as) do any such act when Bibi Fatima (as) died? Did Imam Hussain (as) do it when his brother Imam Hassan (as) was poisoned? Did Imam Sajjad (as) do?-- it considering he was a first hand witness to the exact events which we carry out these practices for. It just takes an objective critical mind.
  3. Zanjeer zani

    Those are for it will go to unreliable narrations to prove it (Owais ibn Qarni). You won't find one saying of the Holy Prophet (saw) or his family (as) promoting this act. You will actually conclude to not doing it if you read their rich literature (authentic graded). Also, the holy book of ours condemns self harm. Just think objectively and you will reach a sound conclusion.
  4. Is zanjeer zani by women allowed.

    Purely sickening how many people cannot think objectively when it comes to azadari. We actually have people that are saying it is okay if there maraja allow it. What a joke.
  5. Why we do matam?

    Maybe I just come from an extremely malang, borderline nusayri community then. I have absolutely heard it.
  6. Why we do matam?

    You would be surprised how many try to attribute matam to the holy Prophet (saw).
  7. Why we do matam?

    Yeah, you agreed that both were innovated by corrupt leaders so I have no further argument on it.
  8. Why we do matam?

    Nope no intention of fasting on Ashura. Although, I do not see the harm in it as it is not a day of eid. Back to the point, if you read your comments from earlier you something along the lines of "anything is permitted in Islam, unless it is explicitly forbidden". Harming ourselves in explicitly forbidden in the Quran. There should brand afflilated defense in that. Clear cut words of the almighty سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى.
  9. Why we do matam?

    LOL! Let's correct it to "tatbir = based on Safavid influence". Let's not try to make our baseless practices seem innocent and the Sunni's devil inspired. They are doing nothing but reading Quran.
  10. Why we do matam?

    What's amazing is that we condemn the Sunnis for taraweeh because history traces the practice back to Umar ibn Al-Khattab and not the Holy Prophet (saww) or his rightful descendants (as). On the flip side, we defend tatbir when history traces the practice back to Safavid Persia--also no trace back to a masoomeen (as). Love the double standards. That is what truly agitates me. Where is the objectivity?
  11. Understanding Muharram and 'Ashura

    Brother I have been reading your posts for years. No need to act like you have not judged other muslims.
  12. Understanding Muharram and 'Ashura

    Judging other Shias is off limits, but judging other muslims is mustahab? Love the bias and the tribal mentality.
  13. Understanding Muharram and 'Ashura

    I can bring you clearer verses that triumph that. But you will not accept them because you already have a preconcieved idea of you want to beleive. Anyhow, I do not believe wilayat or azadari are anywhere near tawheed. Just open up the holy book every day. Each page the idea of tawheed jumps out at you. You cannot say the same about any other function.
  14. Understanding Muharram and 'Ashura

    Of course you see azadari as the pinnacle of Islam. That view by the majority is what has led us to this black hole. You think Shias are thriving? You must be delusional. When you search Shia Muslim or Shia Islam, nothing but horrifying images pop up. Hence, I respectfully, yet strongly disagree with that notion that azadari is the most importion aspect of Islam. Imam Hussain did not sacrifice his life so a sect would be created in his honor. Quran condemns sects as a matter of fact. As well as sahih traditions of the Holy Prophet (saw) and Imam Ali (as). What Imam Hussain (as) did want was the ummah to unite under his banner. When you say that azadari is the most important function of Islam, that is doing nothing but creating divisions. You know there is no base to that, except purely emotions and maybe some random Hadith from Bihar ul Anwar. If you were to ask Imam Hussain, what is the most important function of Islam, I guarantee he would say tawheed, as he was one of the best slaves of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى.
  15. Understanding Muharram and 'Ashura

    I have a feeling you have a limited view of Azadari. Azadari to you is basically whatever the Safavids innovated. Nothing more, nothing less. You should come to terms with the fact that azadari has changed over time and will continue to change. But I agree, read that book