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  1. What are the views of Both sunni and shia of Muawiyah? I know theres a current sticky thread in this particular forum, but there are no proofs, it’s just a list of what muawiyah did.
  2. Wow How Did Bibi Aisha Do This

    What makes you think that Fatima r.a and Khadija r.a are ignored? stop making assumptions please sister. Why do you think the prophet pbuh married Aisha r.a? Your Questions don’t make sense.
  3. Wow How Did Bibi Aisha Do This

    Assalamu alykum. I don’t think you can do math with history lol, I heard that a little boy aged 9 learned the whole Quran by heart in week, now try your math skills on him. Your approach to proving that she is not trustworthy is seriously flawed. This is what irritates me about many shias, they have so much hatred in them. The messenger said “beware of lying, for it belongs with the depraved, and they are both in fire” Al ashtari so, uhkti - Beware of each word you utter about Aisha ra. =] However, using your aql, answer this: Why did the prophet pbuh have 9 wives at the same time when the Quran clearly says that a man can only have up to four wives…?
  4. Battle Of The Camel

    Battle of the Camel Aisha's Intention (ÑÖøì Çááå ÚäåÇ) Aisha's intention (ÑÖøì Çááå ÚäåÇ) for leaving her house was sincere and pure. She left to make peace between two factions of Muslims, namely the Umayyads and the Shia't Ali. This is 100% in line with Allah's commands in the Quran: "If two parties amongst the Believers fall into a quarrel, make ye peace between them: but if one of them transgresses beyond bounds against the other, then fight ye (all) against the one that transgresses until it complies with the Command of Allah; but if it complies, then make peace between them with justice, and be fair: for Allah loves those who are fair (and just). The Believers are but a single Brotherhood: so make peace and reconciliation between your two (contending) brothers." (Quran, 49:9-10) Aisha (ÑÖøì Çááå ÚäåÇ) said in no uncertain terms: "I only wanted reformation." (Shatharat Al-Thahab, vol.1, p.42) Ibn Al-Arabi explains that "her presence in the Battle of the Camel was not for war, but people…complained to her about the affliction. They hoped for her blessing in the reformation [between Muslims], and they wanted that the fighting factions would be ashamed when she is present with them and stop fighting. She also thought that. So she left her house to represent what Allah says 'If two parties among the Believers fall into a quarrel, make ye peace between them.'" It should be noted that most people alive during the Battle of the Camel respected the Prophet's widow, namely because she was the First Lady of Islam, the Mother of the Believers, and the Prophet's lover. As such, she carried a great respect, and people listened to her. So it was not at all strange that she would think to use her influence to end the conflict between the Muslims; unlike the Shia who revile Aisha (ÑÖøì Çááå ÚäåÇ), most Muslims at that time had a great deal of respect for her, including Ali (ÑÖøì Çááå Úäå). It is likely that Ali (ÑÖøì Çááå Úäå) would have accepted her plea to find Uthman's killers, and no doubt this is the reason that Uthman's killers had to start the war. Aisha's intentions (ÑÖøì Çááå ÚäåÇ) were to prevent warfare; she even advised people to stay at home instead of adding to the Fitnah. Aisha (ÑÖøì Çááå ÚäåÇ) said: "I came out to reform between people. Therefore, tell your people to stay at their house, and to be content until they get what they love, i.e. the reformation of the Muslims' matter." (Book of the Trustworthy, by Ibn Habban, vol.2, p.282) [ focus strictly on Aishas intentions] Source:By: Ibn al-Hashimi, http://www.http://www.*****************.com/ Your thoughts:
  5. (salam) my brothers and sisters - I hope your all in good health and Imaan. I am once again asking for your help and time. I've sincerely tried to learn about shiasim, I?ve read articles after articles and asked allot of shias and AllhamduAllah [ Thank God] They?ve helped me and may Allah reward them in return of their patience and time in trying to help me. I am still having trouble comprehending many things. And I would be thankful if anyone here is able to explain these things to me or give me links to articles [ though I?ve read many articles on answering-ansar and Al-shia.com.] and am still unable to understand unfortunately. So here I am again - asking. 1) Why is the cursing of Aisha allowed? What purpose does it serve, and is it not wrong to curse other fellow Muslims? [ I know this question has been asked over and over again, so forgive me if I am being a pain in the ass for asking again, I?ve made a thread about it and I've read previous threads about yet still fail to come to some sort of understanding] 2) Why are the status of the 12 noble imams higher than all of the prophets except Muhammed pbuh? Who are these Imams. [ full detailed answer would be appreciated] 3) Intercession - We?ve been advised in the Quran to seek Allah alone and through him our prayers are answered ..So why do shias say Ya Ali Madad? And (all) the Most Beautiful Names belong to Allah, so call on Him (Quran, 7:180) You alone do we worship, and Your aid alone we seek. [/b](Quran, 1:5) [b]And invoke not, besides Allah, [anyone since that] will neither profit you, nor hurt you, but if (in case) you did so, you shall certainly be one of the Zaalimoon (polytheists and wrongdoers). And if Allah should afflict you with harm, then there is none to remove it but He; and if He intends good to you there is none to repel His grace. (Quran, 10:106-107) An this verse is very important since it shows that even the prophet pbuh has no power over anything except of what Allah wills. Say [O Muhammad]: I have no power over any good or harm to myself except as Allah wills?(Quran, 7:188) And your Lord says: Call on Me, I will answer your (prayer). (Quran, 40:60) Verily those whom you call upon besides Allah are servants like you. Therefore, call upon them, and let them listen to your prayers, if you are (indeed) truthful! (Quran, 7: 194) If you invoke (or call upon) them, they hear not your call; and if (in case) they were to hear, they could not grant it (your request) to you?.But you cannot make those hear who are in graves (Quran, Chapter 35) And the verse above clearly states that the dead cannot grant our wishes.. Call upon those whom you imagine beside Allah! They have not an atom?s weight of power either in the heavens or in the earth, nor have they any share in either, nor does He need any of them as a helper. (Quran, 34:22) 4) Muta - What's the purpose of Muta? Thank you in advance. [ not sure if this is the right forum, sorry] :unsure:
  6. Titanic!

    At the start...roses fiance says '' Even God couldnt sink this ship''
  7. My ''misconceptions'' About Shiasim [?]

    I just wanted the proper reference sis, Thanks anyways.
  8. My ''misconceptions'' About Shiasim [?]

    In islamic books, at the back there are reference notes. Which Hadith does ahmed alghazal refer to?
  9. Sunni & Shia View Of Muawiyah

    Thank you very much. May Allah reward you all for your good doings.
  10. My ''misconceptions'' About Shiasim [?]

    So what's the actual hadith?
  11. My ''misconceptions'' About Shiasim [?]

    albaqyr Who is Imam Ghazali? Where did he get those stories from?
  12. Assalamu alykum my brothers and sisters, Are there any Hadiths that shows the Rassool practicing Taqqiyah? Thanks.
  13. Prophet Practicing Taqqiyah

    Are you cliaming that he did? [ Thank you for the link @ Aghamalang]
  14. Prophet Practicing Taqqiyah

    I previously read that article. Thank you for the link.
  15. Determination Of Who Is A True Companion

    Thank u very much brothers and sisters. May Allah reward u all for helping me.
  16. Shiachat.com V2.3

    Times New Roman [?] [ I like the new font] Good work, The site loads way faster.
  17. Determination Of Who Is A True Companion

    Why would it be illogical?
  18. The Shia website, Al-Islam.org, says: �On this point there are specified hadith as well as the general hadith which state that a woman who enters into mut�a is �rented�.� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/3.htm In another place, Al-Islam.org continues: �In other words, she has been �rented� for the purpose of sexual intercourse� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/4.htm If one reads Shia Hadith, it becomes very clear that the woman is treated as �rented� property. In fact, the Shia books of Fiqh contain a section entitled �The Loaning of Vaginas.� A �gangsta� rapper once said that he would �rent booty by the hour�; one can understand such vulgar speech from a hoodlum, but it is very perplexing when the Shia Ulema and scholars of Hadith use similar terminology whereby they claim that men �rent� women, and that too by the hour! The Shia website, Al-Islam.org, says the following about Mutah: �If the role of the time period is to contain a stipulated number of sexual acts, whenever the number is finished, the woman is free of any further obligation to the man.� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/3.htm Mutah is very similar to prostitution: after the woman does a certain number of sexual acts on the man, then she is free from him after that. Is this not the attitude of the Kufaar who have the vulgar philosophy of �wham, bam, thank you ma�am�? Subhan-Allah, can this really be the religion of guidance which allows such a thing? According to Shia Fiqh, a man �rents� a woman for a specified number of hours or days during which he can have sex with her. But if on certain days she doesn�t have sex with him, then the price he pays for her goes down. The exception is her menstruation days since it is impermissible to have sexual relations on those days. The Shia website, Al-Islam.org, says: �A man came to the Imam Ja�far and said: �I concluded a contract of mut�a with a woman for one month for a given amount, But the woman only came to me for part of the month, and part she stayed away.� The Imam replied: �An amount should be held back from her dower equivalent to the amount she stayed from you, except for the days of her menstruation, for those belong to her.�� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/3.htm The price the man pays the woman (i.e. the dower) goes down if she doesn�t have enough sex with him; it would not be a stretch to say that the Shia scholars are nothing but pimps who closely regulate the institution of prostitution under the guise of religion. In the Shia Mutah, the man can regulate when he wants to see the woman; it is very common, for example, for the man to stipulate that he only wants to see her at night-time. In other words, he simply wants to have sex with her and does not want to have anything else to do with her for the rest of the day. The Shia website, Al-Islam.org, says: �It is permissible for the contract to stipulate as a condition a particular time for meetings between the husband and wife, such as daytime or night-time. As already mentioned, it is also permissible for a given number of sexual acts for a given period to be stipulated, as for example, during one day or over the whole period of the marriage.� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/4.htm It is altogether amazing how Shi�ism facilitates the defiling of women and makes it easy for men to do that. In a normal marriage, man and wife must jointly make the decision to perform coitus interruptus (i.e. prevent pregnancy). However, in the Shia Mutah, the right is given to the man completely. We read that there is: ��a consensus of the ulama� on this point. They say the consensus derives from a hadith reported from the Imam Ja�far: �That [semen] belongs to the man: he may expend it as he wishes.�� [9] (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/4.htm And what about the egg (i.e. ovum) which belongs to the woman? Why is it that she has no right in preventing the pregnancy when the ovum belongs to her? In Shia Fiqh, it is Haram for the woman to prevent the pregnancy without the permission from the man, and yet the man has the right to do so without the permission of the woman. This is quite the double standard. The Shia Ulema make it clear that Mutah is done for sex, and that this is the basic aim. We read: �In contrast to permanent marriage, the basic aim of mut�a is enjoyment, not the production of offspring.� [10] (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/4.htm In a marriage, the basic aim is to create a family bonded by love and affection for all time. On the other hand, the Shia Mutah is just for enjoyment, whereby a man can enjoy renting out women, without any responsibilities on the man. If the woman becomes pregnant during Mutah, then the husband has the option of seizing custody of the child: �If the woman becomes pregnant such that the pregnancy derives from the period of mut�a, the child belongs to the husband, even if he performed coitus interruptus.� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/4.htm So the man has the right to seize the custody of the child, but in Shia Fiqh, the man can have his cake and eat it too. If he simply wants to deny the child, then he can also do that. In other words, the man has the right to either seize the custody of the child or simply abandon the child, based upon his own whim. We read: �However, if the man should deny the child, then it does not belong to him; the �sworn allegation� required in permanent marriage is not necessary�sworn allegation is unnecessary in mut�a�his word alone will be accepted and there is no need for him to make a sworn allegation (i.e. that the child is not his)�in the case of denying parentage, by a consensus of the ulama� it is unnecessary for the man to make the sworn allegation.� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/4.htm In other words, a man can have sex with a woman by �renting� her, but absolve himself of all responsibilities; if the woman should get pregnant as a result of the Mutah, he can simply deny it and the Shia court would not even require the man to take an oath to God about the matter! In fact, the Shia Fiqh is very specific on this point, namely that the man is excused from swearing to God about such a matter. The consequence is that the poor woman would be forced to take care of the child as a single mother without support from the father. Even the Kufaar living in the West have better morals than this, for they force a man to pay child support if he engages in fornication that results in a pregnancy. On the other hand, the woman who does Mutah has no such rights; to explain this, we read what Al-Islam.org says: �Al-Shahid al Thani, al-Shaykh al-Ansari and al-Shaykh Muhammad al-Hasan claim consensus on this question. They point out that the �bed of mut�a� does not hold the same high position as the bed of a permanent wife, since a wife by mut�a is a �rented woman�. [13] On this point two hadith have been recorded. [14]� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/4.htm The man can demand sex whenever he pleases and this is stipulated in the Mutah contract, which is binding on the woman after that. This is a right granted only to the man, and the woman has no right in that. We read: �Moreover, the woman cannot demand a right to sexual intercourse in temporary marriage, a demand which is essential in the establishment of forswearing in permanent marriage. The only thing the woman may demand is the dower, to which she is entitled as a �rented� woman. [18]� (source: Al-Islam.org, http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/muta/4.htm After reading this it really shocks me that any girl would remain Shia. May Allah save us from such a religion which exploits and defiles women for �pleasure� and �enjoyment�. http://www.http://www.*****************.com/articles/mutah/rented In the light of this, What is your response? Thank you in advance.
  19. Answering-Ansar states: Zaynul: Thanks in advance.
  20. Determination Of Who Is A True Companion

    And that can be observed from hadiths. Sunni Vs shia all over.
  21. It's b/c of the brackets that they do not work, I'll edit it now, and fix it. THE LINKS ARE FINE NOW!!
  22. *Sis Go on the website and click those links there, it's C&P thus not all the links copied will work here, click them on there and they will work.
  23. Determination Of Who Is A True Companion

    ok then, But How do the ithna asheri's determine who is a true companion of RasullAllah (saw)?