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  1. ÈÓã Çááå ÇáÑÍãä ÇáÑÍíã ÇáÍãÏ ááå ÇáÐí åÏÇäÇ áåÐÇ æãÇ ßäøÇ áäåÊÏí áæáÇ Çä åÏÇäÇ Çááå Çááåã Õá Úáì ÝÇØãÉ æÃÈíåÇ æÈÚáåÇ æÈäíåÇ æÇÛÝÑ áäÇ Çáãæãäíä æÇáãæãäÇÊ æÇÑÍãäÇ ÈÍÞåÇ æÈÍÞåã æÇáÚä ÃÚÏÇÁåã ÃÌãÚíä ßËíÑÇ ÇÈÏÇ The tragedy and oppression of Sayyidat al-Zahra [as] has come under doubt, for some even outright disbelief, these past few years and I have put together a few evidences to show the correctness of this historical incident amongst the Imami Shi`a. Inshaa’Allah it is to our benefit. ÍÏËäí ÃÈæ ÇáÍÓíä ãÍãÏ Èä åÇÑæä ÇáÊáÚßÈÑí ÞÇá ÍÏËäí ÃÈí ÞÇá ÍÏËäí ÃÈæ Úáí ãÍãÏ Èä åãÇã Èä Óåíá ÑÖ
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  2. We may not see the sun when it is behind the clouds, but it is nevertheless the sun that sustains us. Likewise, the Imam of our time - Imam Mahdi (aj) - is sustaining and leading the ummah today. I don't think that there's any doubt that Sayed Ali Khamenei is next on that list - regardless of anyone's views on him and his government.
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  3. Mama said look, I said book.
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  4. There are also scholars who accept this Riwayah, among them: al-Imam al-Khumayni, al-Allamah al-Mamaqani, ash-Shaykh al-Khawjawiy, as-Sayyid al-Burujirdiy, al-Muhaqiq ad-Damad and Mirza Tabrizi among others. Another point is that Abdur-Rahman b. Bahr has no existence in our books, except for a single narration in at-Tahdhib, which as-Sayyid al-Khui rules as a case of Tashif [manuscriptal error] [the actual name in that Hadith's Isnad should be Abdur-Rahman b. Yahya]. Also, there are multiple instances where Abdur-Rahman b. Abi Najran [who is in the Sixth Tabaqa] narrates from Abdallah b. Sinan
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  5. Happy Independence Day :D Pakistaniyon
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  6. Guest

    Beliefs Of The Jahiliyya Arabs

    (bismillah) (salam) Ah, so you're a Qur'anist. That explains the tafsir bil ra`y. (wasalam)
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  7. But i thought we killed Imam Hussain (as) (Nauzbillah), and our ancestor killed Omar? Umm so apparently we killed Imam Ali (as) too now. These accusations keep getting better. 1200 years later you still believe sunnis are the "TruePath". Its your heart that is poisoned stupid woman. Seems like quite a lot of work has been done on your mentality that you are THIS brain washed. Any plans to blowup a mosque lately?
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  8. Guest

    Ayatullah Burujerdi (r.a)

    Ayatullah Burujerdi (R.A.) It has been narrated about the spiritual station of the great marja, Ayatullah Muhammad Husein Burujerdi (d.1961), that he had made a vow (nadhr) that if he ever uttered inappropriate words when angry, he would fast for a whole year (to train his soul). Indeed, he had a very lofty station. He himself has said, “Before I came to Qom, I used to hear the voices of angels, but after I arrived here and became occupied and busy in the role of Marja, I lost that blessing!” Ayatullah Burujerdi was a marja whose credentials as a supreme authority have been endorsed by Amir al
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  9. Guest

    Beliefs Of The Jahiliyya Arabs

    (bismillah) (salam) Nad If you insist on "-isms", then we are Thaqalaynists: the Qur'an and the Immaculates (as). They are always together. (wasalam)
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  10. ילדת מלך

    Umar & Aflah

    Sonador You are running amok---with barely concealed resentment and poorly suppressed hatred----on all over the Shia/Sunni Forum. You need to take a breather,-- log out of SC, go out; it's the last week of Ramazan month, do not waste it by sulking and hating and irritating other. Happy Eid --( in advance )
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  11. Between SHE and FATHER My story ended as they were leaving FATHER held up his hand waving It is only myself in the convoy I can’t see I screamed , FATHER, why not me? HE closely came and said you're sick Later I will send someone for you to pick I felt deep, that we will not soon meet A wound will start and none can treat FATHER allow my small brother to stay? HE will be in my eyes night and day Your brother can’t stay , HE has to go His mother is waiting and my MOTHER so Then i had to wave and say goodbye As they were moving and I slowly die I was staring as they vanished fast Heart wa
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  12. Believe it or not, I'm with you on this. This is safe. However, I would also add conjecture and taqseer to that list. Better to stay quiet and practice ihitiyaat if we don't know the answer.
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  13. Guest

    Remembering Allah(swt) Everyday

    Monday: ÇááØíÝ Ya-Latifu (o the gracious) 129x after fajr- Allah will give you abundant means of livelihood Tuesday: ÇáÞÇÈÖ Ya-Qabizhu (o the seizer) 903x after fajr- Allah will fulfill all you wishes Wednesday: ÇáãÊÚÇáí Ya muta-aali (o the most high) 552x after fajr-Allah will give you a dignified and commanding personality Thursday: ÇáÑÒÇÞ Ya-razaqu (o the sustainer) 308x after fajr- Allah will bestow many bounties on you Friday: ÇáäæÑ Ya- nooru (o the light) 256x after fajr- Allah will make people honor you and respect you Saturday: ÇáÛäí Ya-ghaniyu (o the self sufficient) 1060x after fajr-
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  14. I'm not a jurist, but it's really down to common sense. Don't play gambling games, stuff with nudity and all that. What might be bad for a child might not be bad for you (I'm assuming you're a youth/young adult) since you're more mature and won't be as easily influenced as a child. For example, games with guns for a child is a bad idea, but for a grown-up, who is mature and won't be influenced, it's not really going to impact them negatively (albeit, there are some nutcases who do get influenced). Most of all - don't let play too excessively and miss your obligations, like praying. I advise my
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  15. Righteous

    I Am Not Shia But...

    Let me give you another perspective.....There is no sunni Islam. There is true Islam as espoused by actual shias (not the modern commoners shiasm). What you and others call Sunni Islam was the state religion as espoused by the ruling elite to justify and prolong their rule. If you read history the masses simply follow the kings religion. Yes the early Kings (the rashidun which till much later did not list) Ali (as) as one of them were the close companions of the Prophet (pbuh). A position they used to usurp the power supported by the elites. Why they did not want Ali (as) as their ruler as was
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  16. Pakis with ONLY moustaches.
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  17. Yeahhhhh  happieeee independence day Bharat Mata ki jai
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  18. Happy Independence Day...
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  19. We have cases where Ahmad b. Muhammad (al-Ash'ariy al-Qummiy) narrates from Ibn Abi Najran, and this is established. Similarly we have cases where Ibn Abi Najran narrates from Abdallah b. Sinan, and this too is established. It has also been recorded Abdur-Rahman b. Abi Najran narrating from Muhammad b. Sinan. So since Ibn Abi Najran narrates from both Abdallah and Muhammad (the two Ibn Sinans) both could be the case here, but since Dalail which is the source is explicit in that it is Abdallah, then I see no reason why we should choose not to go with that. Of course the question comes as to doe
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  20. Guest

    Protester's Near Fadak Tv Station

    It is a slave-like mentality. The funny thing is that you could apply any number of Malcolm X quotes to the behavior of Shias, yet we prefer to apply them to "sexier" and less controversial political topics. Talking about Palestine, et al continuously while only mentioning the plight of Shias in Pakistan in an attempt to make Yasir Habib look bad. Respect yourselves and your beliefs and you will force others to do the same. Be apologetic about them like these protesters and you will look like disingenuous, taqiyah practicing cowards. Our beliefs are not outlandish, we don't have to water them
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  21. Guest

    Protester's Near Fadak Tv Station

    This is the problem with Shias. They love to kowtow to Sunnis and go to disingenuous lengths for the sake of a unity that can never be achieved until the respect is mutual. It is one thing to want a unity in which you are equal partners, it is quite another to pander and ignore historic realities in an attempt to placate someone. Also, I find it amusing that the word "Zionism" has been mentioned several times in this thread when it has no bearing or relevance. Shias were slaughtered before Zionism and before Yassir Habib. The sooner you accept that the easier it will be to process the fact tha
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  22. Velayat Fakih is much much better than dirty Yankee chicken. Please be respectful in analogies.
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  23. I want to visit India. I saw pictures of my friends trip to India, it was beautiful!
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  24. Guest

    Love Has No Limit

    While Dad was polishing his new car, His 4 yr old son picked stone & scratched lines on the side of the car. In his anger, Dad took the child's hand & hit it many times, not Realizing he was using a wrench. At the hospital, his child said 'Dad when will my fingers grow back?' Dad was so hurt. He went back to car and kicked it a lot of times. Sitting back he looked at the scratches, child wrote 'I LOVE YOU DAD'
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  25. Okay, first of all, calm urself. Second of all, my post wasn't attacking you. you brought up the fact that people should be able to enjoy their own weddings, and i agreed with you, but I also made a point that it is possible to enjoy oneself through halal ways. I NEVER mentioned that why do YOU want to do those things. what I meant was why would one want to. generally. And, at the end of my original post, i wrote that it is just my opinion and how i would prefer to do MY wedding, not yours. I would never attack someone else's way of doing things, and I hate people on SC who do. So, thanks for
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  26. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9900YM9eOM Many did boycott her, but I'm afraid your whole Viva Bashar issue, is Pro-Bashar propaganda..because I looked it up its not true. She did cry but that was't the reason. People cheered for her when she sang for Syria and gave her roses and a Syrian revolution flag. Lets try and not be like Al-Jazeera and CNN
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  27. 5, and both Shia and Sunni pray 5 times so I'm not sure what you're getting at. Supposed to and want to are two different things. There's nothing that says doing so is wajib in Shia Islam, but there's nothing wrong with doing so. Nope. What? You see, you assume things about people you know nothing about. I posted those things that confirm Shiasm and disprove Sunni'ism because I came across them on my search for the truth, not because I was looking for a way to prove Shiasm and disprove Sunni'ism. In fact, when I was younger I was thinking about becoming Sunni because of the lies I had boug
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  28. Guest

    Hadithe Qudsi Chapter 1

    salamun alaikum warah matullah analyse each text and share your thoughts hadithe qudsi chapter 1 almighty Allah(swt) sates: i wonder how a person can be happy, who is certain of death. i wonder at a person who is certain of reckconing (the day of judgement), but still accumulates wealth. i wonder at a person who is certain of going into the grave, but still smiles without concern. i wonder at a person who is certain of this world’s doom, but still has tranquility in loving this world. i wonder at a person who is certain of the hereafter and its bounties but he still rests. i wonder at a pers
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  29. Ruq

    Baby Names.

    Ive always liked Yousif very much :wub: and also Ali and Isa I used to think i'd call a little girl Amber, but then i kept hearing people call their kids it >.< so now it seems not so unique, but i'd have it as a second name and maybe spelt 'Amba' instead, after the mango pickle :D
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  30. These titles e.g. Yadullah dont mean that Imam Ali (as) is actually the hand 0f Allah. Rather they mean that his hands worked for Allah. He did things with his hand for the sake of Allah. Or in other words Allah used his hands to His purpose. Another title given to Imam Ali (as) is Asadullah which means "The Lion of Allah". This again reflects the bravery with which Imam Ali (as) fought for Islam. WS
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  31. So when Jacob(as)'s sons requested why did n't their Prophet Father ask them to seek forgiveness directly,or why did n't Allah reprimand them for not asking directly. Why did n't Suleman(as) ask Allah directly to bring Him a throne of Bilqees(as) instead He asked for help,and was helped by one with 'some knowledge of Book'',then why not the one with full knowledge of Book be a Helper? It is Quranically recommended.
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  33. If the infrastructure which pumps oil from the ground and processes it into fuel was to be destroyed, we'd be back to horse and cart because there would be no transportation. No transportation would mean no shopping centres or vege shops. When wall-mart is empty humans will kill each other and go to the country side, back to the farms to get food. No one will be working in factories. No factories = no bullets or rockets. The Amish will own us all
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  34. I find it funny... I guess that by going by the logic that music alters your state of mind, then working out should be Haraam too... Exercise is proven to make to feel better chemically and can also be addictive. Just like music. Reading books can have that same effect. Plenty if things out there are harmful but we do it such as eating fast food and using mobile phones. Microwaves are proven to harm your bodies substantially. One causes obesity and the other cancer. Should they be Haraam too? Going by the "logic" people have posted, we should all remain in prayer 24/7 and not pursue social liv
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    Salafi Sheikh Admits....

    Listen, I'm with unity and all, but why is it that when we talk about unity, Shia should follow and accept Sunni versions, as if we are wrong.. Let me tell you a story about "unity" in Lebanon. When Imam Moussa Sadr went to Lebanon, he met up with Sunna Ulama, trying to make unity between Muslims in Lebanon. The Sunni Ulama told Imam Mouss Sadr, if all Shia masjids would take out "Ashhad Anna Aliyyan Waliyu Allah" from Addhan, so there would be no differences between the Masjids. Imam Moussa Sadr agreed, and said there is no problem to that. Then the Sunna Ulama asked Sayed Moussa how about th
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  37. Firstly, Fadhlallah is rejected by a lot of Shi'a for his views. Imam Ali also tried fighting back, but was taken in chains out of his home, and forced a pledge of allegiance to Abu Bakr. And here are Sunni sources all confirming the fact of what Umar did. I actually am copy pasting them from a Facebook chat I had with a Sunni on Facebook, where I gave them these Hadith and will reuse my work here, so the font will be a bit weird but that's the reason: They(Umar and Abu Bakr's men or supporters) went to Fatima's house, Fatima said" I will not allow you to enter without my permission. They retu
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  38. Good thing you're a basic member and can't reply to the 23984239982374987 PMs you're about to get :)
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  39. You aren't doing her a favor by lying to her about this. You yourself said that we'll all be asked who our Imam was, and if we don't have an answer to that... I'm not saying ram it down her throat or speak in an unkind manner, but at the same time be honest about it, this isn't an optional affair in regards to one's salvation.
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  40. but you're more worthy of jannah than 95%+ of the shia i know
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  41. May Allah guid THEM to the truth? What a pathetic and ironic thing to say. Surah Al-Ahzaab, Ayah 33: “Verily, Allah has decreed to purify you, O' Ahlul Bayt, and sanctify you in a perfect way” Surah As-Sajda, Ayah 24-25: {24} "And amongst them We appointed imams to guide [the people] by Our command, when they had been patient and had conviction in Our signs." {25} "Indeed your Lord will judge between them on the Day of Resurrection concerning that about which they used to differ." Surah Al-Anfaal, Ayah 75: "And those who believed afterwards and migrated, and waged jihad along with you, they be
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  43. I suggest you go and find a Shia Woman. You are just infatuated - humans being develop feelings for any one of the apposite gender - if they spend enough time with them. Had you spent enough time with a kafir woman you would of started to have feelings for her as well. You have to think logically - do you want Sunni grand parents for your children/sunni mother/sunni aunts uncles - who will be teaching your children to love umar?
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  44. My situation was different then most. My father told me what ever I did with my life was up to me. I still ran things by him though out of respect. I was working at a store and knew a lot of Muslim families. One family said they would like to introduce me to their cousin, and that yes, he had his papers already-never want to be just a green card. LOL I accepted, and we met a few days later at the families house. It was love at first sight you might say. He was different then anyone else I had met, something special about him. I just knew he was the one. So I accepted his proposal (after severa
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  45. Bismillah Tunisia, where the movemnt of Arab spring started, has gone under the radar and away from the media. Things in Tunisia are the same as before Bin Ali departure: protests, strikes, opression, preosecutions and political hypocracy or as Arab may call it "political prostitution". The current Ikhwanist government organized a musical festival in the month of Ramadhan for a famous Arab singer Asalah who is Syrian, to sing for the Syrian revolution. The theater is reported to have a capacity of 12 thousand seats but the attendance to that musical party did not exceeded the 4 thousands. The
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  46. (bismillah) Mock it all you want. It takes one guy in the hawza (who isn't very pious to begin with) to make up or exaggerate someone and then everybody knows about and beliefs it cause it's such a popular idea, but the idea just began with a single person. I'll say again that the super natural stories about scholars should be put aside and ignored as they cannot be proven and are hujja for nothing - but end up biasing people towards them subconsciously. The nice ones about their piety and dedication to Islam are fine, but shouldn't be exaggerated. We don't want to turn into Sufis who say th
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