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    • I find these quotes from the Qur'an helpful and (taking my previous interpretation of Surah Ilhlas) I can accept them.  The Qur'an is using words to describe God and his characteristics. The quotes from Hadith and Tafsir I find difficult.  The writers are going to great lengths to honour God but in doing that they are making him so "Other" and "Different" that it is impossible for us to talk about him or to enter into a relationship with him. @al-Muttaqin can you explain and give some practical examples of how you relate to the God explained in the quotes from Kitab at-Tawhid etc bearing in mind that you are unable to use any words to describe him?
    • Let's just say that 1-martyr's bodies do stay fresh in their graves. Those aren't mere metaphorical traditions. 2- A momin can perform great feats of strength when Allah decides to grant him 3- When our Imam al-Hujjah said "whoever claims to represent me now is a liar" (you know the narration I'm talking about), it doesn't necessarily mean what most people think it means.   That's all I'll reveal. For the believers in my family, these stories serve as a source of inspiration and strengthen our faith. To those who don't hold faith in great importance, they serve as interesting anecdotes, nothing more.
    • No, I think this part you got it wrong. Zaidi is not from Zainul but from Hazrat Zaid shaheed. I am damn sure as my grandfather had a book of lineage for the Zaidi part.  It starts from Hazrat Adam. It was actually brought from Iran or Iraq by the Nawabs of Jansath, India.  So, Zaidi comes from Zaid but for Abedi I am not sure. 
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    • W/Salam. Thank you for your response. The surname Abedi comes from the name Abedeen (ref. Imam Zainul Abedeen (عليه السلام)). Zaidi comes from the name Zainul (again ref. Imam Zainul Abedeen (عليه السلام)/). What I meant was, I don't know why if both my parents lineage is from the same Imam, why there's then a variation in their surnames. I will have a chat with other family members from Pakistan at some point and get back to you about the same. 
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