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Tafseer of Ahmad al-Hassan contradicts with the tafseer of Ahl al-Bayt (as).

Question: What is the meaning of these verses from Surat Al-Qiyamah (The Resurrection)? {[Some] faces that Day, will be radiant, Looking at their Lord.} 

Imam Ahmed Al Hasan (pbuh) said: -> Meaning looking towards Muhammad (pbuh) <-, as he is the upbringer of these kind and radiant faces. 
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Imam Reza (as) said, about the words of Allah,  {[Some] faces that Day, will be radiant, Looking at their Lord.} (75: 22-23). He (as) said: "->Meaning, Illuminated, waiting the reward of their Lord".<- (Kitab al-Taweed)

حدثنا علي بن أحمد بن محمد بن عمران الدقاق رحمه ال قال: حدثنا محمد بن هارون الصوفي، قال: حدثنا عبيد ال - 19
بن موسى الروياني، قال: حدثنا عبد العظيم بن عبد ال بن علي بن الحسن بن زيد بن الحسن بن علي بن أبي طالب عليهما
السلم، عن إبراهيم بن أبي محمود، قال: قال علي بن موسى الرضا عليهما السلم في قول ال عز وجل: (وجللوه يومئللذ
ناضرة إلى ربها ناظرة) يعني مشرقة تنتظر ثواب ربها

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Imam Ali (as) said: The words {[Some] faces that Day, will be radiant, Looking at their Lord.}  Refers to the friends of Allah (awliya Allah) after they were freed from
calculation and head out to the river, whose name is "hayavan", and will wash [there], and drink from it, and their faces will illumined radiance, dust and severity will leave them, and they will be commanded to enter into Paradise, -> and from that place, they will look to the Lord<-, He will give them the reward, and from there, they will enter Paradise, and such is his word - He is great and holy! - about the salutation of the angels to them, ""Peace be upon you; you have become pure; so enter it to abide eternally therein..(39: 73)!. and, then, they will be convinced of their entrance in Paradise and in contemplation, that Lord promised them, and this is His word: --->"Looking at their Lord." ---> He meant by this word only, that they will look to His reward, <----He is great and holy. (Kitab-Tawheed)

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another way to expose this maloon is to ask him to provide us with the revelation of what "aleph laam meem" means.

apparantely he knows. our hadith say that only the awaited Imam (atfs) himself knows this, and his revealing its tafsir will be a sign he is who he claims to be. 

the idiot in basra claims to know and is kind enough to provide it if asked. since he is not claiming to be the awaited Imam himself, he immediately is exposed as a fraud. 

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50 minutes ago, Tawheed313 said:

Ahmed Al Hassan could have some mental disorder brothers and sisters, a legitimate mental disorder to think he is a prophet. 

I dont  believe this, I have unfortunately spent far too much time around cult leaders. he knows exactly what he is doing, mentally ill people with delusions of grandeur dont act the way he acts - they crave the limelight. they want the whole world to look at  them and revere them. the fact that he is hiding like a rat in a hole shows that he is shrewd and calculating as this only increases his mystery and interest in him

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8 hours ago, Tawheed313 said:

Ahmed Al Hassan could have some mental disorder brothers and sisters, a legitimate mental disorder to think he is a prophet. 


Where did Imam Ahmed al-Hasan al-Yamani a.s. claim to be a Prophet ?! Show me one such claim made by the Imam pbuh.... And the truth is that there is no such. So why are you lying when you know that there isn't such a claim made by the Imam pbuh ? 

And, do not cloak (and confuse) the truth with falsehood. Do not suppress the truth knowingly.  (The Noble Quran, 2:42)

No vanity shall they hear therein (in Heaven), nor lying:-  (The Noble Quran, 78:35)

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16 hours ago, Mr. Anderson said:


Where did Imam Ahmed al-Hasan al-Yamani a.s. claim to be a Prophet ?! Show me one such claim made by the Imam pbuh.... And the truth is that there is no such. So why are you lying when you know that there isn't such a claim made by the Imam pbuh ? 

And, do not cloak (and confuse) the truth with falsehood. Do not suppress the truth knowingly.  (The Noble Quran, 2:42)

No vanity shall they hear therein (in Heaven), nor lying:-  (The Noble Quran, 78:35)

He claims to be "Prophet" because he makes a new Sunnah. While the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (saw), is the last Sunnah.

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On 28/05/2016 at 9:10 PM, Mr. Anderson said:


Where did Imam Ahmed al-Hasan al-Yamani a.s. claim to be a Prophet ?! Show me one such claim made by the Imam pbuh.... And the truth is that there is no such. So why are you lying when you know that there isn't such a claim made by the Imam pbuh ? 

And, do not cloak (and confuse) the truth with falsehood. Do not suppress the truth knowingly.  (The Noble Quran, 2:42)

No vanity shall they hear therein (in Heaven), nor lying:-  (The Noble Quran, 78:35)

does the liar in basra not claim to have knowledge reserved only for the prophet/ Masumeen (as)? such as tafsir of aleph laam meem? may Allah curse and destroy him and guide his fool believers

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