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  1. Salafis think we can see Allah's face...

    Everyone is aware of Musa (as) story when he asked Allah (swt): he said: My Lord! show me (Thyself), so that I may look upon Thee. It doesn't make any sense to say O Allah show me your Signs, so that I may look upon your Signs. So it means in literal sense where the eye vision is looking upon something. When Sunnis take this verse and say that it only possible in the hereafter, it means they do not mean seeing Allah trough hearth vision, rather but by eye vision.
  2. Operation Tal'Afar

    Alhamdulillah wonderful news, may Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى give them victory.
  3. Salafis think we can see Allah's face...

    Lets make it clear. The hearth vision sees Allah, means the hearth vision sees the sign of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى and the sing of Allah are other than Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى. If we say the vision in hereafter is eye related, then the recognition had taken the place and thus we say they have comprehend Him in knowledge. And Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى says "And they do not comprehend Him in knowledge. Q53:18" Prove me that these Sunnis do not mean eye vision in hereafter. All of their hadiths indicate they are going to see Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى trought their eye visions. And they say of course they do not see Allah fully, but part of Him.
  4. Salafis think we can see Allah's face...

    Yes brother we agree with this. But their beliefs in this matter is different with hearth vision.
  5. Salafis think we can see Allah's face...

    The point is that these people literally believe that they can see and are staring at Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى with their eyes. If they have ment as sign of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى, then the Imams whould never even criticize them.
  6. Salafis think we can see Allah's face...

    If the naked eyes see something, do the atheist see any sing of Allah? No. When the believer look at with his eyes the creations, he will see the sign of Allah. This is because his hearth have vision and it see the sign of Allah, not the eyes. What eyes see, can only see but an creations.
  7. Salafis think we can see Allah's face...

    Not with the vision of eyes. But the hearth can see signs of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى. The famous verses they always quote is this: Looking at their Lord. Q:75:23 Imam Ali said: "The verse means looking forward to what Allah, the mighty and the majestic has promised them. And the word 'Nadhira' sometimes means 'Expecting/waiting/looking forward'('al'Muntadhira'). Haven't you heard the saying of Allah '(But i am doing to send him a present) and i am looking forward(Nadhira) to what (answer) the ambassadors will return (27:35) This means i am waiting (Al Muntadhira) for what the ambassadors will return..." Bihar Al-Anwar, V90/93, p101, Hadith#1
  8. Adam and Homo Sapiens

    Evolution is actually beautiful, it just show that there is only One who design them all similarity. I don't understand how can some people deny it?
  9. Salafis think we can see Allah's face...

    It dosen't matter because their hadith says: The Prophet said, "You will definitely see your Lord with your own eyes."- Sahih Bukhari, v9, Hadith #530 No where in Qur'an it imply that in hereafter we see God by our eyes. It is only the hadith that contradict with it.
  10. Such a belief is only insulting the Prophet, no where the verse indicate he is scared under his blankets. Some people who hated the Prophet and His family must have made such a narrations. Look at what Tafsir al-Kathir says: (both of them can be found from Bukhari and Muslim) (Then the revelation ceased coming to me for a period of time.Then, while I was walking, I heard a voice from the sky. So I lifted my gaze towards the sky to see the same angel who had come to me, sitting on a chair between the sky and the earth. So I fled from him a short distance before I fell down to the ground. Then I came to my family and said to them, `Wrap me up, wrap me up! So, they wrapped me up! Then Allah revealed, (O you wrapped up! Arise and warn! And magnify your Lord. And purify your garments. And keep away from Ar-Rujz!)( After this, the revelation started coming strongly and frequently in succession.) They both (Al-Bukhari and Muslim) recorded this Hadith by way of Az-Zuhri. At-Tabarani recorded from Ibn `Abbas that he said, "Verily, Al-Walid bin Al-Mughirah prepared some food for the Quraysh. So when they had eaten from it he said, `What do you have to say about this man' Some of them said, `He is a magician.' Others said, `He is not a magician.' Then some of them said, `He is a soothsayer.' But others said, `He is not a soothsayer.' Some of them said, `He is a poet.' But others said, `He is not a poet.' Some of them said, `This is magic from that of old.' Thus, they eventually all agreed that it was magic from ancient times. Then, when this news reached the Prophet , he became grieved, covered his head and wrapped himself up So which one is correct? When you have two different stories, it means there is an contradiction.
  11. is change so important.

    Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى is so Merciful that He revealed these verses to give hope to anyone who wants to return to Him: And Paradise will be brought near to the righteous, not far, [It will be said], "This is what you were promised - for every returner [to Allah ] and keeper [of His covenant] Who feared the Most Merciful unseen and came with a heart returning [in repentance]. When we have sinned and forgot ourselves and thus forgot Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى, by His mercy we need to return to Him سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى but not in the old ways that made us easily go to darkness, but we should Submit fully to Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى in a way that we understand and feel His presence and keep His covenant. Frequent remembrance of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى and seeking knowledge to understand Him more make us even closer than before. Most of us are not aware of what Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى like most. Most of us don't even understand what we are saying in Salat or Dua etc. Most of the arabic muslims don't even understand the meaning of "Allahu Akbar" in Adhan or "Alhamdulillah", not just by translating the words, but the meaning of it. So when we say Allahu Akbar, we can with our whole understanding and spirit glorify His Greatness. This has more value than before we uttered Allahu Akbar without even understand it meaning. For example let me show you how Imam Ali (as) described "Allahu Akbar" when he hear the muezzin call of Prayer; Imam Ali (as) asked, "If you knew the meaning of the words of the call to prayer, you would laugh little and weep much. The statement "Allah is the Greatest" has many meanings. When the muezzin says "Allahu Akbar" it refers to His Eternity, His Sempiternity, His Infinity, His Knowledge, His Power, His Omnipotence, His Forbearance, His Munificence, His Generosity, His Bounty, and His Pride. When the muezzin says "Allahu Akbar" he proclaims that the Creation and the Command belong to Allah. He proclaims that creation came about as a result of His Will. He proclaims that He is the First of the First and He has always existed, and that He is the Last of the Last as He will always exist. He proclaims that He is the Manifest, who cannot be perceived, and that He is the Hidden, who is not subject to limitations of any sort. He proclaims that He is the Ever-Lasting, and that everything but Him will perish. The second meaning of "Allahu Akbar" refers to the fact that He is All-Knowing, the All-Informed, who knows everything that has occurred and everything that will occur, even before it occurs. The third meaning of "Allahu Akbar" is that He is All-Powerful over everything. His power extends over everything. He is powerful due to His Power, and the Potent One over His Creation. He is Powerful in Essence, His Power embraces all things. When He decrees a thing, He only says to it, "Be," and it is. The fourth "Allahu Akbar" refers to His Forbearance and Generosity. He forbears as if He were unaware of the sins, pardons as if He did not see the sin, and covers with mercy as if He had not been disobeyd. He does not hasten punishment out of His Generosity, Forgiveness, and Forbearance. Another meaning of "Allahu Akbar" is that He is Generous, Ample-Giving, and the Most Munificent. The other meaning of "Allahu Akbar" is to negate His Shape, and that Allah is Greater than any of His Attributes. Verily, those who describe Allah describe him on the basis of their own ability and not according to His Might and Majesty. Exalted is Allah, the Evelated, the Great, from what the attributes perceive as His Attributes. Another meaning of "Allahu Akbar" refers to the fact that Allah is the Most High and Exalted. He is Self-Sufficient from His Servants. He is not in the need of the deeds of His Creation. [When in the end of Adhaan when muezzing recite final two Allahu Akbar, Imam Ali says...] As for his statement "Allah is the Greatest" [Allahu Akbar] it means: Allah's Kindness towards His Creation is greater than anyone can possibly conceive. It refers to His Kindness towards His Servants through answering their prayers; His Kindness towards His Servants who obey Him, and who obey His Legal Guardians; His Kindness towards His Servants who servers Him, who preoccupies himself with Him and His Remembrance, who loves Him, and who befriend Him; His Kindness towards His Servants who finds tranquility in Him, who trusts Him, who fears Him, who puts his hope in Him, who yearns for Him, who accepts His Commands and Decrees, and who is pleased with Him. The second time that [Allahu Akbar] is said it means: Allah's Kindness towards His Creation is so great that it cannot possibly be conceived. It refers to His Kindness towards His Friends, His Punishment of His Enemies, the extent of His Pardoning, His Forgiveness, and His Bounty towards those who answer His Call, and the Call of His Messenger. It also refers to the extent of His Punishment and His Humiliation of those who deny Him and who reject Him." from Kitab al-Tawheed.
  12. Allah is greater than what?

    Another similiar hadith about this matter from Kitab al-Tawhid: Ja`far as-Sadiq (as) asked me: "What is the meaning of Allahu Akbar ?" I replied, "Allah is greater than everything." He (as) said: "He was there when nothing existed. Then was it possible to say at that time that Allah is greater than everything?" I asked, "Then what is its meaning?" He (as) replied, "Allah is greater than what He can be attributed with."
  13. Hadith authenticity

    This is very good book about the origin of Shias. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01FIZRH9S/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1502380951&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=Shia+kufa+origin&dpPl=1&dpID=514Fpw3u7tL&ref=plSrch
  14. Fasting

    Ayyotullah Sistani says "If none of these is possible for him, he is free to either fast for eighteen days", does it mean that one intentionally broke day the person needs to fast for it 18 days?
  15. Please read

    You are too depressed on Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى, when you should be the opposite, be happy that you still remember Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى constantly, something that many forgets. If from anything, we should never be depressed on our Creator who is The Most Merciful for all of us. Be thankful for his mercy that you still breath, and have allowed you to exist and have even allowed to you to feel sad of what you have done toward His commands, so you may repent to Him and come closer to Him. "Do not grieve; indeed Allah is with us." Quran 9:40 [ Allah ] said, "Fear not. Indeed, I am with you both; I hear and I see. Quran 20:46 So do not weaken and do not grieve, and you will be superior if you are [true] believers. Quran 3:139 Ask everyday Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى mercy and be thankful to Him and read Qur'an and dua's, because it is Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى mercy that make us to follow the right path and protect us from Sinning. And remember and recite this everyday: say, "My Lord, forgive and have mercy, and You are the best of the merciful." Quran.23:118 And trust on Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى and don't get depressed.