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Poor website bro, it says Prophet PBUHHP did not have full knowledge of Quran, While Allah says in Quran: "Prophet teaches you the book and wisdom and cleanses your soul". And it also says: "God teaches his secret knowledge whom He wills". Why are you posting such ridiculous sites which do a disservice to Islam and lower downs the status of Prophet PBUHHP.

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2 minutes ago, Sindbad05 said:

Poor website bro, it says Prophet PBUHHP did not have full knowledge of Quran, While Allah says in Quran: "Prophet teaches you the book and wisdom and cleanses your soul". And it also says: "God teaches his secret knowledge whom He wills". Why are you posting such ridiculous sites which do a disservice to Islam and lower downs the status of Prophet PBUHHP.

as salaam alakim!

I wanted to see if a shia could counter these claims made about us, sorry if I offended any one

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Just now, Lion of Shia said:

as salaam alakim!

I wanted to see if a shia could counter these claims made about us, sorry if I offended any one

Well, their beliefs cannot be proved by themselves. this is the least that I can say. They believe that an ignorant can be a prophet but Shias believe that Allah makes those Prophets and Imams who are firmly rooted in knowledge, infallible, and knower of the Book and the Wisdom. The things which Allah does not want them to tell such as "Ruh" is known to Prophets and Imams and they have also given explanation for them to such an extent but we are unable to understand it due to our inferiority because we do not have command over such creation. So, they name their inability as ignorance of Prophets, Nauzbillah. 

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3 hours ago, Lion of Shia said:

Brother - the article was written by a Quranist who believes in the Code of 19.

This code was invented by the fake Prophet Rashid Khalifa who claimed to be a Prophet. Do we really have to answer someone who follows another Prophet after Prophet Muhammad (as)?

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