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humanbeing101

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  1. Well I've noticed Sunni Sufis tend to be more pro-ahlul bayt and generally speak positively about Shias or atleast avoid attacking shias verbally.
  2. What do you mean exactly and what proof do you have of this?
  3. Trinitarians are mushriks by default.
  4. Why are you getting so emotional? I'm talking about the aqeedah of the jafari madhab. Why take a kafir or mushrik wife or husband? For what?
  5. How many have you actually met? I mean you do realise each individual is different regardless of sect/religon or ethnicity? Stereotyping isn abit fallacious.
  6. @Student_of_Deen You completely forget what you stated before...And I quote from you: You stated yourself the last part of the hadith is an addition and yet neither of those sunni sites put the last bit in brackets. I'm going to ask again, which scholars support your view? Name one and give us a reference. You still haven't provided evidence for this claim. Which scholar states "the narration is not entirely from the original narrator"? Firstly this narration isn't in the context of the ayah we are talking about, we are talking about surah an-nisa ayah 33. This specific narration is in regards to Surah Al-Anfal, which is in the context of the Battle of Badr. Therefore you have just completely strawmaned the position of the imams and the ithna ashari as a whole. This is because the narration is mentioning the inheritence of war booty and to whom war booty should be allocated to, which is the imams. However this narration doesn't prove the position of ahle sunnah, because by default if you accept this hadith; then you accept that imam ali should of had fadak to begin with.
  7. @Student_of_Deen Who is the "they" and based on what evidence are you making this claim? The benchmark of which scholar are you using to support this claim? Infact if you look at the narration posted on both of these Sunni sites, you will see where the brackets are: Notice how the brackets have specifically been put for "charity", which is not part of the narration. Actually this is diverting away from the main issue here, you just accepted that that some narrations from Sahih Bukhari are not exactly "sahih" nor entirely accurate. If you accept that for a specific hadith within sahih bukhari, then you can apply that to every single narration within sahih al-bukhari. Secondly, there being other versions of this hadith only indicate that over-reliance on ahadeeth is problematic and can cause problems. The Quran as shown earlier doesn't support the sunni claim in this case. In regards 4:33 numerous ulema from Ahlul sunnah actually support the shia view or things and perspective in regards to this specific ayah. Here it is:
  8. What evidence do you have for your presupposition on my line of thinking? Secondly the contradiction is completely clear cut. If Fatima went to ask Abu Bakr for her inheritance, that she deemed rightful. Why didn't Imam Ali stop her then? The second hadith indicates Imam Ali knew about the Sadaqa command by Rasuallah. That can only lead to one of these conclusions, either imam ali had no control over Fatima or that he was lying and being disingenous or that one of these hadiths is a fabrication. Infact another hadith again contradicts the hadith here in sahih bukhari: Clearly the above tells us that Fatima later on spoke to Abu Bakr and therefore the initial hadith is a fabrication or that this hadith is a fabrication. How do you answer that?
  9. Salam and shukran for the information. Can you provide a source or link for this information?
  10. Don't these fadak narrations contradict eachother? Namely the first one shows us Fatima was angry with Abu Bakr for not giving Fadak but the second one shows Imam Ali knew about giving Fadak as sadaqa. The question is either the narration is false or one of them is correct only, or that imam ali at the time didn't know about this, or that he knew but was bein disingenous. I don't get it, can someone explain?
  11. I don't get why shiapen don't just refute their points, do you have any reason why?
  12. Has Shiapen answered '*************'? http://www.*************/rebuttals-against-shiapen-com-answering-ansar/ Is this site a salafi site too?
  13. @amirhosein_88 Salam and thanks for the response. Some of the references seem to be weak and un-accessible online. Namely the 5th reference, Mahmoud Aburayya, Adhwa’un alal-Sunnatil-Muhammadiyyah, pg. 200.
  14. You didn't provide any area to search, you literally just told me to search the title of my thread. Which I did, infact the only things I can find is praying with hands folded, not beside. It was narrated from Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “We Prophets have been commanded to delay our suhoor and to break our fast straight away, and to place our right hands over our left hands when praying.” (narrated by Ibn Hibbaan in al-Saheeh, 3/13-14). It was narrated that Sahl ibn Sa’d said: the people used to be instructed to place the right hand over the left forearm when praying. (narrated by al-Bukhaari, no. 740) Next time, don't be so passively-aggresive, I'm seeking knowledge not trying to fight.
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