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  1. Imamah in Quran

    I'm a sunni I want to know 1 aya that says imam Ali is imam in the quran. I don't want to hear the ruku argument cuz abu bakr also gave zakat in Ruku.
  2. I am a sunni and would like to ask all Shia a question. I have not come with any bad intention and do not want to cause hatred. I just want to know why Shias believe the Imams are infallible and where in the quran does it say that? My second and more important question is why do Shias believe imams have all knowledge? Where does it say that in a quran or hadith? In fact our holy prophet (saw) said that he doesn't even have all knowledge? Finally if they have all knowledge then doesn't that mean imam husain commited suicide?
  3. Shia Islam for kids

    Children AB TV Prayer for kids Nazar Al-Qatari & kids Moharam cartoons Heroes of Karbala Princess of Rome:
  4. Why is Shia the best religion? question Why is Shia the best religion? I am a follower of the Shia religion but I do not know what the superiority of Shia religion over Wahabism is. I am afraid lest we should be part of the 72 misguided Muslim sects. How can I be sure about it? Concise answer The superiority of the Shia religion is because of its being the "true" religion and there is only one true religion in all times and ages. As for other religions, they are either invalid and baseless or defunct and abrogated. Today, the true and righteous religion is the religion of Islam which manifests itself in Shi'ism. Indeed, it is only the teachings of the Shia religion that can depict the pure Muhammadan Islam. Historical evidences and religious texts confirm the point that we mentioned, and Wahabism lacks this feature. Detailed Answer The superiority of the Shia religion over other religions is because of its being the "true" religion. There is only one true religion in all epochs. The true religion of God, the Exalted, is one in all times and eras; any religion other than the One True Religion is either false or abrogated or defunct. The multiplicity of divine religions that have so far been revealed upon the humanity is longitudinal not latitudinal which means that the new religion is abrogative of and supplementary to the former one. Thus, with the coming of the new religion, the previous religion becomes defunct and is no longer considered valid. It would be necessary on all people to follow and have faith in the new religion as it replaces the old one. That is why, the holy scripts and religious texts use the term "Kafir" (infidel) to describe those who do not have faith in the new religion. Islam is the last and the most complete of the revealed religions. God shall not accept any religion other than Islam. "ان الدین عندالله الاسلام" (Verily, the only religion acceptable to Allah is Islam.[1]) "و من یبتغ غیر الاسلام دینا فلن یقبل منه" (And whoever seeks a religion other than Islam, it will never be accepted of him.[2]). Unfortunately, Muslims like the people and adherents of the previous religions are divided into different religions. Surely, all of them cannot be true at the same time. The holy Prophet of Islam said: "ان امّتی ستفرق بعدی علی ثلاث و سبعین فرقة، فرقة منها ناجیة، و اثنتان و سبعون فی النار" My Ummah will be divided into seventy-three sects, one of which will be in Paradise and seventy-two will be in the Fire.[3]” The holy Prophet of Islam (pbuh) also said: "ایها الناس انی ترکت فیکم ما ان اخذتم به لن تضلوا، کتاب الله و عترتی اهل بیتی" "O People, I leave you two weighty things, if you stick to both you will never go astray after me: the Book of Allah and my progeny – the Ahlalbayt.[4]" Abuzar Ghaffari, one of the trusted and honorable companions of the holy Prophet (pbuh) narrates: "سمعت النبی (ص) انه قال: الا ان مثل اهل بیتی فیکم مثل سفینة نوح فی قومه، من رکبها نجی و من تخلف عنها غرق" "The similitude of my Ahlalbayt amongst you is the same as that of Noah's Ark amongst his tribe. Whoever boards it will be saved and he who avoided it will drown.[5]" The pillars and principles of the Shia religion are belief in divine unity (tawhid), divine justice (adl), prophecy (nubuwwah), Imamat and resurrection (ma'ad). Shia believes in the leadership of the twelve infallible Imams (a.s.) as the successors of the Prophet of Islam (pbuh) the first of them being Ali (a.s.) and the last one Mahdi (may Allah hasten his reappearance). In the traditions narrated from the Holy Prophet of Islam the number and names of the twelve Infallible Imams (a.s.) have been mentioned. One day Abdullah bin Mas’ud was sitting in a gathering of people when a nomad Arab came over and asked: “Which one of you is Abdullah bin Mas’ud?” Abdullah answered: “I am.” Arab nomad: “Did your Prophet inform you about the number of his successor?” Abdullah bin Mas’ud: “Yes, he did, they are twelve caliphs, (like) the number of the Chiefs of Bani Israel.”[6] Our arguments for the righteousness of the Shia religion are the Quran and Sunnah. Almighty Allah commanded us to obey God, the Messenger and Ulul Amr (those vested with authority) who, according to the Holy Prophet’s saying, are the Shia Imams. There are many a number of Quranic verses referring to leadership and wilayat (successorship) of our Imams. Some of them are the following: "وانذر عشیرتک الاقربین" — " یَاأَیُّهَا الرَّسُولُ بَلِّغْ مَا أُنزِلَ إِلَیْکَ مِنْ رَبِّکَ وَإِنْ لَمْ تَفْعَلْ فَمَا بَلَّغْتَ رِسَالَتَهُ "— " الیوم اکملت لکم دینکم و اتممت علیکم نعمتی و رضیت لکم الاسلام دینا" —" انما یرید الله لیذهب عنکم الرجس اهل البیت و یطهرکم تطهیرا" It has been mentioned in history books and in the narrations that the Prophet (pbuh) always called the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (a.s.), his trustee and successor. Tabrasi narrates in his history book that when the verse "وانذر عشیرتک الاقربین" (and warn your closer relatives) was revealed, the Prophet (pbuh) addressed his relatives as such: Almighty God has commanded me to invite you to Him. Whoever helps me in this matter will be my brother, my trustee (wasi) and my successor after me. Then the Commander of the faithful, Ali (a.s.) stood up before him and said: “O Apostle of God, I will help you.” There and then the Prophet (pbuh) said, “Verily, this (Ali) is my brother, my trustee, my helper, my successor after me among you. Follow him and be obedient to him. Some of the Prophet’s relatives laughed at this and declared to Abu Talib mockingly that he must bow down to his own son, as Ali was now his Emir.[7] In the last year of his life and as he was returning from his last pilgrimage, the Holy Prophet (pbuh) formally nominated Ali bin Abi Talib (a.s.) as the Muslims’ leader and ruler. He ordered all the pilgrims in a gathering at Ghadir Khum to vow allegiance to Ali as the Commander of the Faithful. This famous saying “of whomsoever I am a mawla (master and ruler), this Ali would be his master” is the Holy Prophet (pbuh)’s saying on this day. This is a well-known and mutawatir (mass-transmitted) tradition. This is a brief explanation of the evidences of the superiority and righteousness of Shi’ism over other religions on the basis of Quranic verses and narrations. Definitely, we can also deal with this issue by drawing a comparison between the teachings of the Shia religion and those of non-Shia religions through which we could prove Shia’s superiority over other religions but we would rather leave this discussion for some other time. When it comes to Wahabism, it would be enough to suffice with Sayed Mustafa Razvi’s writing in the book titled “Pakistan: Political and Religious Information” in which the writer says that Wahabism considers the followers of all other Muslim sects, Shia and Sunni, as pagans, infidels and idolaters. They declare seeking the intercession of the Prophet and Infallible Imams, visiting their graves, respecting and revering them as a form of innovation and idolatry. Thus, they forbid such acts on the ground that they are polytheistic acts. They do not permit greeting, respecting and revering the Prophet (pbuh) anywhere other than in the prayer and they believe that commemoration and reverence of the Prophet (pbuh) ended on the day he passed away from this world. They consider any kind of structures, monuments and tombs on the graves of the Imams and religious saints as bid’ah (innovation) and they believe that the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) was a human being who died and who no longer has the power to do anything because he has no information about us nor does he know anything about what is going on in this world. Therefore, it is forbidden to visit his grave. [8] We let your common sense to judge as to whether these doctrines can be consistent with the Quran or human nature. Is this the love of the Ahlul Bayt which has been regarded as the wage of prophethood[9]? Did the Quran not tell that the martyrs are alive and sustained by their Lord?[10]And is the Prophet’s rank lower than that of the martyrs?! Should you want to discuss the subject further, do not hesitate to email us. May Allah grant you success. [1] - Aal-e Imran: 19 [2] - Aal-e Imran:85 [3] - Al-Ebanah al-Kubra, Ibn-e Vol. 1, p.3; Khesal, p.585 [4] - Kanzul Ummal, Vol.1, p.44, Babul E'tesam bil-Kitab Wassunnah. [5] - Al-Mustadrak 'Ala al-Sahehain, Vol.3, p.151 [6] - Khesal, p.467 [7] - Tarikh Tabari, vol.2, p. 320, Egypt Publication: Kamil Ibn-e Athir, Vol.2, P.41, Beirut Publication [8] - Sayed Mustafa Razavi, Political and Religious on Pakistan, p.63-64 [9] - قُلْ لا أَسْئَلُکُمْ عَلَیْهِ أَجْراً إِلاَّ الْمَوَدَّةَ فِی الْقُرْبى (I do not ask you any wage (in return for my prophethood) except to love my near kin. [10] - Aal-e Imran: 169 http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa2163
  5. Salaams. There is a Shi'a related TELEGRAM channel for those of you who are interested! Find the link below.. The link is - https://t.me/shiatwelvers God bless
  6. Aslamalikum brothers and sisters. I am non muslim and i have been studying about imam Ali and their family from last some years. I am really in love with Mola Ali. I live in toronto and i am looking for someone who can help me to convert to shia islam and who can help me finding shia mosque nearby my city. I live in toronto north york.
  7. MashaAllah, I am glad to announce that we have got a new Shia Islamic Center, Al-Murtaza at Greenville / Spartanburg, South Carolina. It is a small community with 50-60 people in and around Greenville, SC. They have a website with phone number and contact details. They are looking for land and building very aggressively. https://al-murtaza.com The nearest center is Al Zahra Islamic Center of Charlotte, NC which is around 70 - 80 miles. The website for this center is http://azicc.org. They have there own iphone and android app as well. MashaAllah, Shia community is increasing day by day in NC and SC. PixelGenies is blessed for being associated with these communities for its technology needs. May Allah give us all guidance to be on right path and keep doing what is best for the community. PixelGenies Solutions
  8. Black Shia scholars

    Sheikh Haj Ahmad Hanif lectures about Shia Islam Sheikh Abdul Jalil I tried to tell them Sheikh Usma Abdul Ghani Hadith of the day (Sheikh usam a Abdulghani ) ‏‪Sheikh Usama Abdulghani - Hadith of the Day‬‏:‏ Sheikh Zakzaky (#freeZakzaky) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDUXcLvD_1W0LsvBYMCM2bg6jisd6D6fL
  9. Asalam-O-Alaikum My Shia Brothers and Sisters in Islam. I hope you all are living a Good life by the grace of Allah Alhamdulillah It has been greatly mentioned by Sunnis that founder of Shiaism was a Jew, Abdullah Bin Saba. And Imam Jaafir as Saadiq (Rahimullah) used the word Rafidhi for Shias because Shias rejected the first 3 Caliphs. It is also said that Hazrat Ali (RaziAllahAnhu) defended Hazrat Abu bakr (RaziAllahAnhu), Umar (RaziAllahAnu) and Uthman (RaziAllahAnhu). What's the truth. I would like to have references. (Not here to fight, just here to learn). Jazaak Allah Khair <3
  10. Reciting In Sujood

    Salaam Alaikum Brothers And Sisters, So I Would Like To Know When Doing Sujood And We Recite Subhanna Rabbiyal Ala Wa Bi Hamdi Subhanna Aale Subhanna Aale Subhanna Allah, Is It Glory To The Progeny Or Glory To Allah? I've Looked At Videos Online But They Both Sound The Same Subhaana Allah - Subhanna Aale, Is It Shirk To Say Subhaana Aale During Sujood? I Appreciate Any And All Help Given And Thanks For Taking The Time To Read This Brothers/Sisters! Allah Bless You All!!!
  11. I am new to shiachat and wanted to start this topic. Unfortunately, the rijal books we have are not in english and many of us do cannot access to valuable information about rijal. The aim of this topic is to provide brothers/sisters with a place where if we have doubt about a hadith or a narrator, we can bring the chain and knowledgeable brother of sisters can inform us of the authenticity of the narration or narrator. It would be better if brothers or sisters would also provide the sources in which they got the information. this site has many narrators and their authenticity - http://corpus.purifiedhousehold.com/muʿjam-al-aḥadith-al-muʿtabara/ ok here is my first chains. Ali ibn Muhammad and others have narrated from Sahl ibn Ziyad from Ayyub ibn Nuh from Safwan ibn Yahya from ibn Muskan from Badr ibn al-Walid from abu al-Rabi‘ al-Shami from abu ‘Abdallah Abu Ali al-Ash‘ari has narrated from Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Jabbar from Safwan from ibn Muskan from Badr ibn al-Walid from Abu al-Rabi‘ from abu ‘Abdallah Muhammad ibn Yahya has narrated from ‘Umrah ibn Musa from Musa ibn Ja‘far from ‘Amr ibn Sa‘id al-Mada’ini from abu ‘Ubayda al-Mada’ini from abu ‘Abdallah
  12. Shia Islam Dawa

    https://youtu.be/QMcL_8CcOgQ
  13. no Shia no Sunni just muslim

    what is your idea about no Shia no Sunni just muslim ? In my opinion it must first define True Muslim then we can accept it.
  14. Is it haram to cut off ties with your parents but still help them economically? Ever since I were younger my parents always used to beat me. Whether I did something wrong or just annoyed them. My parents always yells or hits me and iam 16 years old. I’ve read some Hadiths about it, but I really don’t know what to do! I want to cut off my ties with them when I turn in the 20’s or so. I will buy them a house and send money to them. But I won’t talk to them. What should I do? please help me
  15. This is so terrible...
  16. Important place in geopolitics... wanted to know who has the most clout among the Lebanese and what the future holds for this small but fiery country i want actual answers not trolling/flexing
  17. Are there? Would like to meet one.
  18. S. A, I have been having debate with akhbaris on the matter of taqleed, I need strong evidence to support my stand, please assist if someone knows?
  19. introduction of Shiavault site

    http://www.shiavault.com/ http://www.shiavault.com/books/converts-to-islam/chapters/8-saabirah-abdulhayy Contains shia translated books & story of new converts
  20. Pakistan is Majority Sunni but you can find Shias in Significant number. Since it is believed that Quaid-e-Azam (Founder of Pakistan) was Ismaili Shia. But I see Wahabis and Deobandis are very much in Power. Barelvi is the only Sunni Branch which you can say is Shia Friendly but even Barelvis have lost their Control. Multan (City of Pakistan where I live) is City of Saints and filled with Shrines but people are are now thinking celebrating death anniversiry of Saints is something wastage of time. So SHOCKING point for me is Founder of Pakistan was Shia but today Wahabis are in power. It feels like in some years Pakistan will just be like Saudi Arabia.
  21. Why Shias do Mutah?

    Why Shias perform Mutah??? Please don't mind sorry to say, isn't it Disgusting??? Men having Muta with different Women and Women having Muta with different men.
  22. Salam alaykum all, To help the Shia community more readily access our own books' information, I made a website with the four major Shia Hadith books. The site allows you to browse, search and share Shia Hadith. Please check it out and let me know any feedback. http://www.fourshiabooks.com
  23. Miqdād b. ʿAmr (Arabic: مقداد بن عمرو), known as Miqdad b. al-Aswad (Arabic: مقداد بن الأسود), · A Noble companion of the Prophet (s), and one of the first Shi'as of Imam Ali (a) · Miqdad converted to Islam early after Bi'that and was one of the first people who revealed his conversion to Islam. He attended all battles in the early years of Islam · Miqdad, Salman al-Farsi, 'Ammar b. Yasir, and Abu Dhar are referred to as the first Shi'as (followers) of Imam Ali (a); they were known as Shi'as even in the period of the Prophet (s). · After the demise of the Prophet (s), Miqdad supported Imam Ali's (a) immediate succession of the Prophet (s), and did not pledge his allegiance to Abu Bakr b. Abi Quhafa · He was one of the few people who were present at the funeral of Fatima al-Zahra (a). · Miqdad is praised in hadiths from Ahl al-Bayt (a) in which he is said to return in Raj'a after the Reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a). He transmitted hadiths from the Prophet (s). · Several titles like al-Bahra'i, al-Bahrawi, al-Kindi, and al-Hadhrami and kunays such as Abu Ma'bad, Abu Sa'id, and Abu l-Aswad are reported for him Family Wife: Miqdad's wife was Duba'a, the Prophet's (s) cousin and Zubayr b. 'Abd al-Muttalib's daughter. The Prophet (s) married Duba'a to Miqdad although he considered her as having a great prestige and lineage. Children: Miqdad had two children called 'Abd Allah and Karima. 'Abd Allah was a supporter of Aisha in the Battle of Jamal, fought against Imam Ali (a), and was killed in that battle Immigration Miqdad emigrated two times: once to Abyssinia among the third group of Muslim immigrants, and once again to Medina. (he joined Muslims in 1 AH/623 in Shawwal in the Sariyya of Abu 'Ubayda) Presence in Battles Miqdad attended all the battles of the Prophet (s) Supporting the Succession of Imam Ali (a) After the demise of the Prophet (s) and the selection of Abu Bakr b. Abi Quhafa as the caliph and successor of the Prophet (s), a few Muslims stayed loyal to Ali (a) and did not pledge their allegiance to Abu Bakr, including Salman, Abu Dhar, and Miqdad. Miqdad was not present in the Event of Saqifa. According to some sources, he was a member of Shurtat al-Khamis. (Shurṭat al-Khamīs (Arabic: شرطة الخمیس) was a group of devoted fighters at the time of Imam 'Ali (a) who had dedicated their lives to support that Imam (a)). http://en.wikishia.net/view/Shurtat_al-Khamis On different occasions, Miqdad reminded Abu Bakr and his companions of the issues of Imam Ali's (a) succession of the Prophet (s) and took actions to clarify the matter. Here are some examples of Miqdad's activities in defense of Ali's (a) right to the caliphate: 1. When people pledged their allegiance to Abu Bakr, a group of Muhajirun and Ansar, including Miqdad, refused to pledge their allegiance to him and joined Ali b. Abi Talib (a). 2. Forty men went to Imam Ali (a) and said: "we are ready to defend and support you." The Imam (a) told them: "if you are steadfast in your pledge, then shave your heads and come back to me tomorrow." The next day it was only Salman, Miqdad, and Abu Dhar who had shaved their heads and gone to Imam Ali (a). 3. In the story of the Six-Member Council for the selection of the caliph after 'Umar b. al-Khattab, 'Abd al-Rahman b. 'Awf told Ali (a): "I will pledge my allegiance to you if you follow the Book of God [i.e. the Qur'an], the Prophet's (s) tradition, and the practice of Abu Bakr" but Ali (a) accepted only the first two conditions. Miqdad objected to 'Abd al-Rahman: "I swear to God, you have left Ali (a) who adjudicated on the basis of truth and justice". He went on: "I saw no household so oppressed as Ahl al-Bayt (a) after the demise of the Prophet (s)". Miqdad opposed 'Uthman b. 'Affan's caliphate. He expressed his opposition by delivering a speech in the Mosque of Medina. Miqdad in the Heaven: According to a hadith from Anas b. Malik, one day the Prophet (s) said: "the Heaven aspires to four of my people. When Ali (a) asked him about those people, the Prophet said: "I swear to God that you are the first of those people. The rest are Miqdad, Salman, and Abu Dhar." Also in an exegesis of the Quranic verse, "Surely (as for) those who believe and do good deeds, their place of entertainment shall be the gardens of paradise" (Sura al-Kahf: 107), Imam al-Sadiq (a) said: "this verse was revealed about Abu Dhar, Miqdad, Salman, and 'Ammar".[ Acting upon al-Mawadda Verse: Imam al-Sadiq said about al-Mawadda Verse ("I ask of you no wage except the love of near relatives"): "I swear to God that nobody acted upon the verse except seven people, including Miqdad." Miqdad's Raj'a: According to some hadiths, Miqdad will return to the world after the Reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a) and will be a companion and commander of the Imam's (a) government." Death and Burial Place Late in his life, Miqdad resided in "Jurf" (an area one parasang away from Medina towards Syira), and died in 33/654 at the age of 70. The Muslims took his corpse to Medina. Uthman b. 'Affan said the Funeral Prayer for him, and he was buried in al-Baqi' cemetery http://en.wikishia.net/view/Miqdad_b._'Amr
  24. How do you debunk the claim that the kaaba is pagan and the word "Allah" was used pre-Islam and with pagans? If anyone can link me shia sources debunking these claims I will appreciate it since I had discussed this with non-muslim friends and do not know how to answer them when they ask about it. [Mod Note: Link to a banned website was removed.]
  25. Ali bin Yaqteen: (The Companion of Imam Musa Al-kazim AS) Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn Yaqteen ibn Musa al-Baghdadi (742–798 AD/ /124-182 A.H) (ابوالحسن علی بن یقطین بن موسی البغدادی) · He was a close companion of Imam Musa al-Kadhim, a Shia narrator, and jurist,. · He was born in Kufa and lived in Baghdad. · He was a reliable minister of Abbasid Caliphate, however he kept his faith hidden and used his position in the government administration to support the Shia who were usually oppressed during the Abbasid reign. · He compiled 3 books. · His father, Yaqteen ibn Musa, was one of the supporters of Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq, he was placed under an arrest warrant by Marwan I. He was forced to escape and hide · Ali ibn Yaqteen’s mother took him and his brother, Ubayd, to Medina · Later on, he moved to Baghdad and started working as a spice seller. After the fall of the Umayyad Caliphate and emergence of Abbasid Caliphate, Ali ibn Yaqteen returned to Kufa and entered the Abbasid administration. · In the long run, he became a minister of Harun al-Rashid · Undoubtedly he was a Shia; but he hid his belief from Abbasid Caliphs all the time as his father did. He was a close student and companion to Musa al-Kadhim and acted as Musa al-Kadhim’s secret agent in the palace of Harun al-Rashid. Many Hadiths have been narrated from him in The Four Books According to some historical evidence that have been gave credence by Shia scholars, he entered the Abbasid government by the approval and guidance of Musa al-Kadhim in order to support the oppressed people and particularly assist the Shia In biographical evaluation sources, three books have been mentioned for him: Masa’il anhu al-Sadiq min al-Malahim (about the future events and occurrence) Al-Shakk bi hadratih-I (about a disputation between a doubting Thomas and Ja'far al-Sadiq) Masa’il ‘an Abi al-Hasan Musa ibn Ja’far (contains the hadiths that he had heard form Musa al-Kadhim or Imam’s answers to his questions In 798 Ali ibn Yaqteen died in Baghdad while Musa al-Kadhim was imprisoned by Harun al-Rashid https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ali_ibn_Yaqteen Isma‘il b. Musa has said: “I heard the righteous servant (Musa) say on al-Safa (Mountain): “My Lord, (O You Who are) in the Highest Place, forgive ‘Ali b. Yaqteen!” And Imam Musa has said: “ Of the happiness of ‘Ali b. Yaqteen is that I remembered him in the Standing-place (of ‘Arafa).” These examples indicate that Imam Musa harbored love and loyalty to ‘Ali b. Yaqteen. Without doubt the Imam was sincere to him, for he was a wonderful example of piety, righteousness, and ideals. http://www.aldhiaa.com/english/book/book/holy_prophet_and_ahlul_bayt_library/imam_al_kadhum/the_life_of_imam_musa_bin_jafar_al_kazim/037.html
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