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  1. Salam to every body, I am a student from East Asian country, before i traveled to Iran and visited Zurkhaneh, I am very impressed by this, so I want to know more about it. I read that Imam Ali also practiced Zurkhaneh, but I think this is only from Shia records? Because Imam Ali is first converted muslim and in his time he was fighting against other pagans. Since Zurkhaneh was originally from ancient Persia and contained other ancient beliefs inside, how could he practice it? Is there any record or hadith narrating this history ? I am very grateful for any reply, Mamnun to all ~
  2. (salam) (bismillah) A NICE HADITH: Intercession on Day of Judgment The Holy Prophet (pbuh) (said to Hazrat-e Fatemeh): On the Day of Judgment, you shall intercede for the ladies and I shall intercede for the men; every person who has wept over the tragedy of Husayn (as), we shall take him by the hand and lead him into Paradise. Bihar al‑Anwar vol. 94 pg. 192,
  3. Salam, I need proof from only shia books about combination of daily prayers.
  4. Assalamu alaikum brothers and sisters! I have made some research but couldn't be able to find any Shia Sahih narration on the moon split. I'm not looking for the Quran verses or scientific discoveries... For me it's ok as long as our prophet and imams claimed this. Only shias reply please!
  5. Bismillah, Allahumma salli ali Muhammad wa aali Muhammad. Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah. Fakhr Razi, a well known ash'ari muhadeeth writes in his "Asas Taqdees": (I do not speak english good enough to present you a decent translation so please someone correct it!) اشْتهر فِيمَا بَين الْأمة أَن جمَاعَة من الْمَلَاحِدَة وضعُوا أَخْبَارًا مُنكرَة واحتالوا فِي ترويجها على الْمُحدثين والمحدثون لِسَلَامَةِ قُلُوبهم مَا عرفوها بل قبلوها وَأي مُنكر فَوق وصف الله تَعَالَى بِمَا يقْدَح فِي الإلهية وَيبْطل الربوبية فَوَجَبَ الْقطع فِي أَمْثَال هَذِه الْأَخْبَار بِأَنَّهَا مَوْضُوعَة أما البُخَارِيّ والقشيري فهما مَا كَانَا عَالمين بالغيوب بل اجتهدا واحتاطا بِمِقْدَار طاقتهما فَأَما اعْتِقَاد أَنَّهُمَا علما جَمِيع الْأَحْوَال الْوَاقِعَة فِي زمَان الرَّسُول صلى الله عَلَيْهِ وَسلم إِلَى زَمَاننَا فَذَلِك لَا يَقُوله عَاقل غَايَة مَا فِي الْبَاب أَنا نحسن الظَّن بهما وبالذين رويا عَنْهُم إِلَّا أَنا إِذا شاهدنا خَبرا مُشْتَمِلًا على مُنكر لَا يُمكن إِسْنَاده إِلَى الرَّسُول صلى الله عَلَيْهِ وَسلم قَطعنَا بِأَنَّهُ من أوضاع الْمَلَاحِدَة وَمن ترويجاتهم على أُولَئِكَ الْمُحدثين الرَّابِع أَن هَؤُلَاءِ الْمُحدثين يخرجُون الرِّوَايَات بِأَقَلّ الْعِلَل أَنه كَانَ مائلا إِلَى حب عَليّ فَكَانَ رَافِضِيًّا فَلَا تقبل رِوَايَته وَكَانَ معبد الْجُهَنِيّ قَائِلا بِالْقدرِ فَلَا تقبل رِوَايَته فَمَا كَانَ فيهم عَاقل يَقُول إِنَّه وصف الله تَعَالَى بِمَا يبطل إلهيته "And it is known that a group of disbelievers have fabricated some munkar reports and made efforts in planting them among the hadeeth schoolars. And the schoolars due to the naivety of their hearts have not rejected them but accepeted them. And what munkar is worse than reports destroying rububiya of Allah and His uluhiya? So that we must call these reports fabricated! As for Bukhari and Qusheiri (muslim) - they didn't posses the knowledge of unseen... ...And these muhadeethes reject hadeeth due to weakest reasons such as "ones loves Ali so he's rafidhi and his reports aren't accepted" or "Magad bin Juhani is a Qadaree so his hadeeth are not to be accepted". So why there was none with 'Aql among them to say that "the narrator narrates what destroys Rububiya and Uluhiya so this is not accepted"? This is really wierd!" (Asas Taqdees, 218-219)
  6. So i came across this rather peculiar hadith when i was reading the famous shi'i hadith book by ibn Qulawayh you all know about, called Kamil al-Ziyarat, the hadith goes like the following: "Imam Sadiq (a.s.) said: One day Allah’s Messenger (s.a.w.s.) was in Fatima’s house with Husain (a.s.) on his lap. Suddenly, the Prophet began to cry and went into prostration. Then he said: O Fatima, O daughter of Muhammad! Just now Allah the Most High and Exalted just appeared to me here in the most beautiful form and asked me, “O Muhammad! Do you love Husain (a.s.)?” I replied, “Yes, he is the light of my eyes, fruit of my heart, fragrant flower and the skin between my eyes.” Allah said: O Muhammad! – and placing His Hand on Husain’s head2 – Blessed is this newborn upon whom I have sent prosperity, blessings, mercy and pleasure. My curse, wrath, chastisement, disgrace and punishment are upon one who kills him, is inimical to him or rises up against him. Indeed, he is the Chief of Martyrs from the first to the last, in this life and Hereafter." hmm... i am really confused now, is this hadith reliable, is it not? Does this hadith have a particular meaning? Is it metaphorical? Lets assume this hadith is fabricated and has no origin, then we would have to admit that Kamil Al-Ziyarat is not completely reliable... But what if it is reliable, but the likes of Allah "putting His (AWJ) hand" on Hussain or Allah (AWJ) coming to the Holy Prophet (SAWS) in a beautiful form is nothing more than a metaphor. What is your take on this? Jazakum Allah khair jaza'
  7. Assalamu Alaikum wa ramatullahi wa barakatahu Hi, new guest here. I have converted to al deen al haq (Shia Islam). What do our imams suggest us to grow our imaan. Ya Ali Madad Haqq
  8. Salam brothers Didnt Propher pbuh said that on the Fount he will meet with his companions and that some of them will be removed and that it will be said:you dont know what they did after you. Isnt this some kind of proof that companions werent that much perfect and truthfull? What sunnis say about this hadith How is their view on this?
  9. https://youtu.be/c_WQc386Ur0
  10. http://www.aparat.com/v/nLZeR
  11. Asalaam Alaikum wr wb brothers and sisters, Have you come across this narration from Prophet Muhammad sawas? "The Messenger of Allah Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÂáå æÓáã said: Hijaz will be ruled by a man who has the name of an animal (i.e King Fahd (leopard). If you looked at him you will see that he is cross-eyed from far and if you came close to him, you will not see anything wrong with his eyes. A brother called Abdullah will succeed him. Woe unto the Shia from him, he repeated it three times, give me the glad tidings of his death, I will give you the glad tidings of the appearance of the Hujjah" - 250 Signs p.122 Muhammad Ali Tabatabai
  12. @Enlightening Inspirations Ahadith on children?
  13. Salam everyone, I hope you're all having a wonderful day. I was just wondering from which hadith collections I can find the following narration attributed to Imam Ali (as)? All of your responses are greatly appreciated
  14. Asalamu aleykum wr wb my brothers and sisters I want to ask you if there are any Quranic and Hadith sources for those Bible verses. My mother is a Christian lady and she show me that verses. Another question is: How is it that the Bible calls Jesus son of God and Allah swt should be the father? I found even enough Bible verses who explain that God is one and almighty, however this son and father thing is confusing me a bit, but I can remember there was something about the difference of the translation of the Bible like differences in Latin, Hebrew, Aramean and Greek. I would be glad if someone can send me good sources. Wa salam
  15. Assalamu alaikum, I have saved up some money to buy some islamic books with and right now I can't choose between buying the first volume of al-Kafi in english or the shi'a hadith collection "The scale of wisdom", so I'm wondering if anybody has any of these books and can suggest one of them for me and the reasons why I should buy that one and not the other. Al-Kafi vol.1 costs about 13 pounds + shipping and The scale of wisdom 26 pounds + shipping (but it has over a 1000 pages). I don't have any other hadith collections so maybe the scale of wisdom would be a better choice?
  16. Assalamu Alaikom. One hadith I have heard goes like this: Shaykh Jalil al Fadl ibn Shadhan ibn Khalil narrarated from Muhammad ibn Abi Amierrda narrarated from Jamil ibn Durjan from Zaraarah ibn Aeyena, from Abu Abdallah (alaihe salam), who said: "And out of Yemen will come the Yamani, with bleached flags (white flags, البيض) on one day, one month, one year (meaning someday)." قال الشيخ الجليل الفاضل ابن شاذان بن الخليل (طيب الله مرقده): حدّثنا محمّد بن أبي عميررضي الله عنه قال: حدّثنا جميل بن دراج، قال: حدّثنا زرارة بن أعين، عن أبي عبد الله عليه السلام قال: قال: وخروج اليماني من اليمن مع الرايات البيض في يوم واحد، وفي شهر واحد، وسنة واحدة. The problem is, I know none of these narrarators! I searched up Shaykh Jalil al Fadl, and I got this: A to Z of the Druze Page 148 Shaykh Al Fadil (1597-1640): "... a Druze sage known for his ascetic lifesryle and spiritual leadership." (His real name was Muhammad Abu Hilal) So is this the narrator?
  17. Salam to everyone out there! I urge everyone to read this post CAREFULLY. Being a sunni myself I find many sunni beliefs to be absolutely strange. I am born into a sunni family and have been practicing sunni Islam for decades. However, sunnis' blind belief in bukhari narrations have shocked me. It wasn't until I read bukhari myself. I found many ridiculous things in that book. In fact, many things found in bukhari are total non-sense and it looks like someone deliberately tried to corrupt this collection by adding false things in it. For example, bukhari contains a narration that states that monkey used to stone and kill each other for committing adultery. I find it strange that how can Sunnis believe in such a book that narrates such things. I asked a question about authenticity of bukhari from a strict bukhari believer some time ago. I told him that I don't believe in some narrations of bukhari, and he became furious and angry. He started to say things like "You are infected with believe that not all narrations in bukhari are authentic". The aim of this post is to investigate some claims sunnis put forward to make the case of bukhari strong. Here are some reasons for why sunnis believe in bukhari, and I want shia perspective on this. Reason #1. Sound chain of Narrators in Bukhari's collection Sunnis claim that bukhari's collection contain narrations that are extremely sound. It is very unlikely that bukhari's collection might contain fabricated narrations. Reason #2 Reliable Narrators Secondly, Sunnis also state that Bukharis collection is authentic because all the narrators in bukhari's collection are authentic, according to sunni Islam. Reason #3 Bukhari's criteria of hadith selection This third reason is also put forward by most sunnis. They claim that bukhari's criteria of selecting hadith was very strict. He never included anything in his collection until or unless he investigated and thoroughly examined narrations himself. So he cannot include fabricated narrations in his collection. Reason #4 Bukhari was a hadith expert Sunnis and many followers of bukhari also state that Bukhari was a hadith expert. He was a learned scholar who had great knowledge of hadith. Therefore, he should be trusted. My main question is: what is shia perspective on these reasons sunnis give for authenticity of bukhari? I think that the shia view is completely different from Sunni view of hadith. Shias believe that there is no such thing as "Sahih collection of hadith" because hadith collectors were fallible men. In fact, shias don't even consider their own hadith books as "100% authentic". I personally think that shias are RIGHT on this subject. I endorse this shia belief. However, I am not considering conversion to shia sect because of some issues associated with shia sect (I will create a new post about these issues later). However, can a sunni remain a sunni if he doesn't believe in SOME narrations of bukhari?
  18. Salam Everyone, Question# 1 I would like to know that what is the proof that the Hadith book of Bukhari contains fabricated hadiths? Qustion# 2 Do shias believe in SOME hadiths of bukhari? Or do they reject all of them? Question# 3 Moreover, what is the proof that the shia books of hadiths like Al-Kafi, Nahaj Al-Balagha, Bihar Al-Anwar contain hadiths that are authentic? I need to get all of these questions answered. Thanks.
  19. Excerpt: Reading and pondering over hadith and acquiring knowledge directly from our Imams (as) is not the prerogative of the mujtahids only. It is a duty and responsibility of each and every muslim. Unfortunately, the religious establishment has divided the society into two classes - clergy and layman. The layman are discouraged from accessing the hadith directly. One of the reasons often quoted is that the hadith literature has been corrupted and a layman will be unable to differentiate the sound (sahih) hadith from unsound (zaif). Nothing is further from the truth - our great collections of hadith are extremely reliable and a source of truth for us. Secondly we are not layman and should not consider ourselves as such. Knowledge of the hadith is an obligation on each and every one of us. If we doubt our hadith (specifically the collections sourced from the Masumeen (as)) then God forbid we will have attributed a lie (false claim) to the Holy Prophet (as) who mentioned in hadith al thaqalayn that he (sawas) leaves behind two weighty things - the book of Allah and the Ahlul bayt (as). After Ghaibat-e-Kubra, the reference to Ahlul bayt (as) includes the vast amount of recorded hadith left behind. The Imams (as) had laid great emphasis on their companions the necessity of recording and preservation of hadith and this was acted upon meticulously by them. Despite careful preservation, what should one do when encountered with contradictory hadith? The solution to this problem has also been provided by the Masumeen (as). In this post, we will quote a series of hadith by our Imams (as) which can be used to resolve disparities. What is most important to understand is that despite our best efforts if we are still not able to resolve the difference between two hadith then one can act on any one of them. We will be judged by Allah (swt) on our sincere efforts to follow the footsteps of the Masumeen (as). At least, we made the effort and did not resort to the short cut of acquiring religion from the mouth of men. At least we did not commit shirk by blindly following (taqleed) a fallible mujtahid. Link to full article: https://ahlulbaytmission.org/2016/10/18/resolving-disparities-in-hadith/
  20. I always see quotations from Imams cited as "Hadiths". Aren't Hadith only from the Prophet PBUH?
  21. Salam I just came across an informative talk about a hadith on Amr Al-duhani. I've never heard this hadith before and didn't understand much about the term rafidah either (besides its association with Shia). Turns out, we shouldn't be using it so lightly. The clip explains why beautifully. Enjoy
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