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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Asr in Need Urgent Help, Don't Know Where Else To Go   
    br kaziim
    My sincere advice for you would be..you are doing the right thing. Please stand strong for your sister. This 'alim' seems to be taking advantage of his position and power; aswell as a vulnerable family. His response to your rejection was very telling; it is a big big big red flag. Any genuine humble amazing person would act respectfully and accept your decision; this man seems to think you OWE him your sister; and he WILL get his way no matter. Not so amazing or pious afterall.
    Not only that he thinks his lust is a divine revelation from God!!??? A sign of mental unstability most likely. She probably isnt the first to accept or reject his proposal nor the last. The rest of the community have no business in this issue so ignore them; it is in your hands as a guardian to do the right thing and so far you have.
    Saying yes would be easy in the short term but consequences could be harsher in the long run. Saying no may be difficult now; but most often thr rights decisions normally are never easy. Depend on Allah swt only and He will show you a way out and provide for you in other ways.
    Any negative consequence you face because of rejecting this proposal will only comfirm you how genuine this person really is and perhaps that you will count your blessings that you rejected this proposal in the first place!
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to The Green Knight in Secular West Running Out Of Haram To Make Halal   
    Well, Cannibalism is also being praised by science (Ref: Eating human brains thread). I bet the Western elite are rofl'ing as they watch on and ensue a proper "undead" living zombie apocalypse among the slaves by the end.

    Consider the mentality of an atheist for a moment.
    - I'm an evolved chimpanzee.
    - Nothing happens after I die.
    - Eating human brains is good for health (but law should not mind it).
    - Hording wealth is essential for living, no matter the means (but law should not mind it).
    - Normal people take care of their carnal desires (but law should not mind it (therefore legalize everything!)).
    - Believers are bad people. (And hence Muslim genocides and endless mass aerial bombings).
    - Media is god. It informs me of science and determines what is right and wrong for all of us.
    - Its okay to pillage the foundations of the planet. We are going to Mars.
    Sad. -_-
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Highflyer in E Wahabi Tu Chala Jaa Jhannam   

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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to peace seeker II in Sufyani Watch   
    It's very logical :
    Some people don't believe in sufiani because they believe the sufiani to be the Mahdi .. And they'll follow sufiani to their graves
    When the sufiani rises he will have followers that see him the their caliph . Their Amir .. Prince .
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to sharinganMahdi in Sufyani Watch   
    They say to differentiate between a momin and a hypocrite mention Ali (as )name , if he's a momin joy will come in his heart and face and if he's a hypocrite anger will emit from him
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to The Green Knight in Sufyani Watch   
    This is the Sufyani flag.

    Jordan's little king and Teyyep transvestite Erdogan are NOTHING compared to the SUFYANI. You don't need the Al Mahdi to take care of those two Chihuahuas. Please stop your embarrassingly weak and misguiding conjectures. Sufyani, as the name suggests, is another offspring of Abu Sufyan and Hinda and worthy of the name. He is full of blood lust, malice and will scar the chain of events with a much greater influence and in a chaotic and violent way that he won't go unnoticed.
    He could be a Lawrence of Arabia of the 21st century. Coming to end all opposition for Israel's hegemony and dominion over the middle east.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Ali_Hussain in Bombing In Masjid Imam Al-Sadiq [Kuwait]   
    The Martyrs of Kuwait
    In the best of months, Ramadhan
    In the best of days, Friday
    In the best prayer, The Congregational
    In the best position, Prostration
    In the best condition, Fasting
    ان لله و ان اليه راجعون
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Ibn Al-Shahid in Bombing In Masjid Imam Al-Sadiq [Kuwait]   
    Upon further inspection of camera footage, they discovered that the bomber was escorted to the masjid by a police officer.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Ayeesha in Bombing In Masjid Imam Al-Sadiq [Kuwait]   
    Yeah, I was actually at a Arab restaurant and on the news I heard a Shia masjid was bombed, ran outside to tell my mother and she was so sad subhanallah, it's sad this is happening in Ramadan... I can't even eat now but everyone stay blessed and Ramadan Mubarak! May Allah keep us safe and if we go there's no better way going then praying to him.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to The Green Knight in Bombing In Masjid Imam Al-Sadiq [Kuwait]   
    "Muslims" killing us, in the merciful Ramazan. Just like a "Muslim" killed our Imam Ali (as) in Ramazan.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to alirex in Salafi Response To Kuwait Mosque Bombing   
    Victims of Fatwas given by Salafis.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Abu-Jafar Herz in Salafi Response To Kuwait Mosque Bombing   
    The fatwa coming from Shaykh At-tusi is talking about when the buildings are empty, or in dar al-harb, and countries are considered as places where fighting is permissible (dar al-harb) when the Imam (as) is present. The wars you see today coming from the Shia are wars of a defensive nature not offensive. So if anyone wants to use this hadith to consider all the non-muslim countries as permissible targets where they churches are allowed to be demolished are taking the statement out of context.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to The Green Knight in Isis Leaders Sodomizing Their Troops   
    They should also come to SC in a bid to find compassionate and respectful psychotherapy through our various discussions on gayism. Trans-specie, pedos, everyone is invited. =/
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Muhammed Ali in Secular West Running Out Of Haram To Make Halal   
    Not only have the muslims been passive about this threat, they don't have enough knowledge to tackle it. This includes most of those who are supposed to be knowledgeable.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Sumerian in Secular West Running Out Of Haram To Make Halal   
    Read the hadith below, and tell me how much of the stuff discussed below has become legal or normal. Its ridiculous...
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Qa'im in Secular West Running Out Of Haram To Make Halal   
    Still waiting to see the legalization of consensual incest. Love is love, right?
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to guest050817 in Secular West Running Out Of Haram To Make Halal   
    Adultery: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-32331335
    A dating website focusing on adultery has announced its intention to list publicly in London.
    Canadian-owned site AshleyMadison.com, with its tagline "life is short, have an affair", said it was listing in Europe because of the continent's "more laissez-faire attitude" to infidelity.
    Parent company Avid Life Media said it hoped to raise $200m (£134m) in London later this year.
    The site says it has 36 million members in 46 countries worldwide.
    Prostitution perhaps is half way there.
    Allah'hu'alam if this hadith is applicable:
    Kitab Al Kafi - Volume 2 - Patience
    1704–12. Abū ‘Alī al-Ash‘arī (–) al-Ḥasan ibn ‘Alī al-Kūfī (–) al- ‘Abbãs ibn ‘Ãmir (–) al-‘Arzamī that Abū ‘Abdillãh (‘a.s.) said:
    "The Messenger of Allãh (ṣ.a.‘a.w.a.w.s.) said: 'The time will come (soon) for people that a kingdom would not be achieved except by murder
    and insolence, and wealth would not be obtained except by usurpation and greedy. Also, love would not be attained except by taking out the religion (from one's self) and following carnal desire. So, he who comes to live in that time and endured poverty though he is able to obtain wealth; and
    endure the enmity (of people) though he is able to attract their love, and endure humility though he is able to achieve dignity, Allãh will grant him
    the reward of fifty honest persons who truly attested me.'
    Saheeh- Grading by Alama Majlisi r.a
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to hasanhh in It Begins......   
    I was reading Haydar Hussein's "Secular West Running Out of Haram to Make Halal" and thought of "It Begins".
    So l have a question:
    Does anyone know where I can buy a mountain and a few sheep?
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from hasanhh in It Begins......   
    There we go..... the next thing we are going to hear from them is that bestiality is also 'Natural, and it is normal for males to be aroused by animals.'
    Yes, brother. And there go all their arguments, into the gutter.
    "Ooooh, it's not a disease, it's an orientation, it won't spread, you know!"
    "Oooh...how backward of you.....you Muslims are all sooo fossilized.....still dwelling in 7th century Arabia....!!!"
    Nonsense! Another high-end drama or soap-opera, and a very cheap one at that .
    This is where their 'modernity','freedom','liberalism' and 'civil rights' have brought the human kind .

    Truly...that's what they deserve.
    (Love the quotation on your signature banner, by the way!)
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from aliasghark in Waiting For White People Apologize For Dylann Roof   
    Ha ha ha ha  :lol: !
    Nice one, brother! Really,Mark Steel's the man!
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to hasanhh in It Begins......   
    Civilizations always marches on  -- into the sewer.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to aliasghark in Waiting For White People Apologize For Dylann Roof   
    MARK STEEL's the man :) 
    Thursday 25 June 2015

    I'm still waiting for white people to start apologising for Dylann Roof
    When will they finally condemn their own people's extremist tendencies?

    The Americans who make comments loudly after a major incident have been unusually quiet since the shooting in Charleston, so they must be preparing for an even grander screaming session than normal.
    For example, after the shooting rampage in a school in Connecticut, the National Rifle Association declared the solution is to arm teachers. So as black people are being shot at regularly, presumably the gun lobby will announce all black people must be given sub-automatic machine guns to protect themselves. Sarah Palin will insist that as poor black teenagers are most  likely to be fired at, it’s the duty of the Republican Party to offer flame throwers to young blacks in Harlem, free with an ice cream to encourage as many as possible to arm themselves.
    The senators and news reporters have also been slow to demand all white people apologise for the shooting. But I expect soon there will be special investigations in which random white people are stopped in a garden centre and asked to condemn the murders, and asked why they did so little to stop it happening. And if they say ‘‘it was difficult to do much as I live a thousand miles away in Chicago’’, all non-whites can tut and say ‘‘how many excuses can they come up with?"
    Then there will be documentaries to find out where people like the gunman Dylann Roof get radicalised. A presenter will tell us ‘‘I’ve discovered the shocking truth, that there are hundreds of bars and golf clubs where people say blacks are criminals and all take drugs, and this is where the fanatics learn their crazy ideas full of hate’’, and decent folk across the land will scream they should all be shut down.
    Yet still the West allows white people to keep flowing into our countries. Surely the time has come to say enough is enough, and if we’re to protect the right of citizens to go innocently to church, we must eliminate these breeding grounds of white terror, by sending drones to bomb white countries such as Finland and Andorra.
    Some so-called ‘‘moderate’’ white people might say Dylann Roof was not representative of all whites, but we need to ask why they’re not doing more to integrate the terrorists into civilised black ways. Universities such as Harvard or Yale, where most students are white and therefore susceptible to the radicals’ message, should stop teaching yachting and rowing, and make everyone play basketball on a court with potholes, in a block where police sirens never stop wailing.
    Many figures in the white community seem to be in denial about the crazy views of the people they sit next to. After the shooting in Charleston, Jeb Bush said: “I don’t know if the attack was racially motivated.” To be fair to him, there weren’t many clues, except for the gunman’s confession that he was a white supremacist with a manifesto for creating a white America, and the way he screamed “you’re taking over our country” to a church full of black people. But that’s not much to go on, and we can hardly expect a presidential candidate to be Inspector Morse.
    Another Republican candidate, Rick Santorum, said the shooting was an attack on Christians, adding “What other rationale could there be?”
    And indeed, faced with the scant evidence at hand, it’s clear the gunman hated Christians and hardly noticed the coincidence that everyone he was firing at was black. Similarly when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour, the motivation was that they really hated harbours. They were sick of them, with their annoying jetties and boats that can’t sit still without bobbing up and down.
    Another candidate, Senator Lindsey Graham agreed the target was “Christians, not African-Americans”, and added his own theory, “Dylann Roof was just one of those whacked-out kids”.
    It’s the same with the Ku Klux Klan. So many people jump to the conclusion that racism plays some part in their ideology, while ignoring the more obvious conclusion that they’re all a bit whacked out, probably as a result of stress from exams.
    Fox News presenters pursued the line that the shooting wasn’t motivated by race and was “not a hate crime”. But that’s the trouble these days, you can’t even gun down a crowd of black people in a black church, screaming you’re doing this because they’re black, without someone deciding you’re being racist. That’s where political correctness has taken us.
    One sign that there are other people in South Carolina who retain some sense of white superiority, is that the cities are full of Confederate flags and statues. The argument for keeping the flag has always been that it represents all sorts of things, such as the scent of the magnolia flower and paddle steamers up the Mississippi, but unfortunately some people ignore all this and make an issue of how it was the flag of the war to keep slavery. How petty, to let one little incident spoil the image of a pretty flag with lovely shapes.
    It’s the same with Bin Laden, he made all those entertaining short films and sported a charming beard but he’s only remembered for the times he lost his temper. If only someone had understood that Bin Laden had no long-term aims, he was just one of those whacked-out kids.
    Many Southern states also have statues of Confederate generals such as Robert E Lee, but instead of making a fuss about everything, perhaps black people should learn to accept statues of people who raised armies to keep them as slaves, just as in England we’d be perfectly happy for  anyone to erect a statue of Hitler in Trafalgar Square.
    So the Republicans and US networks will soon get round to demanding the whole white population is guilty for this shooting.
    Or one of them will tell us Dylann Roof was an idiot, because if he’d said he thought everyone in the church was armed and he was only acting in self-defence, he’d have been found not guilty and given a job in the South Carolina police. 



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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from Hameedeh in Changing Name   
    Thank you so much, sister.
    Barakallahu Feek.
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from haideriam in Circular Reasoning Of Twelvers   
    Brother, you have elaborated the point very well, and one more example that can be added is that when Samiri(la) usurped the position of Haroon(asws) after Musa(asws) left for miqat, Haroon still continued to be the caliph of Musa and the Imam of Bani Israel. In this case also, the authority of Haroon was not based on the possession of temporal power,but rather on the proclamation given by Musa, and hence, by Allah. Thus it can be said that Imamat has been a Tawfeeq from Allah(swt) throughout the history of the earth. Possession or non-possession of temporal authority does not interfere with it in any way.
    Actually the view which has been referred to in the article you mentioned was first espoused by Ibn Taymiyyah. It was he who,in his Minhaj-us -sunnah written in opposition to Allama Hilli(rha) stated that temporal power and wealth are looked upon as favors from Allah, and since our twelve Imams had neither of the two, they could not have been suitable guides for the ummah. This argument has been the fulcrum of Sunni/Salafi polemics ever since.
    Brother, belief in the coming of Imam al- Mahdi(atfs), appearance of the Dajjal(la) is very much a part of their Aqeeda(I emphasize the word Aqeeda), so much so that a person who negates these concepts is deemed to be a Kaffir by their scholars. It may be noted that none of these concepts are mentioned in the Quran though.
    The famous Salafi Scholar and Former Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Baaz was asked a Question regarding a Man, who negates concepts like AntiChrist/Dajjal, al-Mahdi (asws), Arrival of Jesus etc; and considers These Narrations to be lies upon Holy Prophet (asws). And he is a person who offers prayers, fasts and performs other compulsory acts. So what would be the status of This person.
    He replies in His book, Fatawa Noor ala Darab, part 1, page 355-356
    Answer:- This person is like a Kafir, because he is negating something which is proven from Holy Prophet (asws). If knowledgeable people have explained and clarified to him, and still He is adamant on negating and denying them, He is kafir. For who negates Holy Prophet, He is kafir. And who negates Allah, He is kafir.No doubt, the authenticity and Tawatur of These Narrations from HOly Prophet about Arrival of Jesus from Skies in last times, and appearance of Yajuj and Majoj, and appearance of Dajjal in last times, and coming of al-Mahdi (asws), all 4 are proven. al-Mahdi will fill the Earth with Justice like it will be filled with injustices. And arrival of Jesus, and appearence of Anti Christ and Yajuj and Majuj; all are proven by Authentic and Mutawatir Narrations from Holy Prophet (asws). So negating them is Kufr and Misguidance. We seek Protection and Peace from Allah
    Thus, We see that If a Person denies Such concepts which are not mentioned in Quran, but Proven from Narrations only, He will still be labelled KAFIR.
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Kama Sallaita `ala Ibrahima Wa `ala Ali Ibrahim   
    Also this, Allah has promised that there will be a guide for every generation:
    And those who disbelieved say, "Why has a sign not been sent down to him from his Lord?" You are only a warner, and for every people is a guide.[13:7]
    So how do you expect Allah to go back on his words and terminate all spiritual guidance. This is impossible, as Allah himself says:
    [This is] the established way of Allah with those who passed on before; and you will not find in the way of Allah any change.[33:62]
    The practice of Allah is that there has always been a devinely appointed guide present among every generation, be it a prophet, or merely the successor of a prophet, This is the shi'i doctrine of imamate. 
    And interestingly, while researching on this very verse, I found this-
    The Prophet said, 'I am the warner... you are the guide, O 'Ali. After me, the rightly guided shall be guided by you'."
    -Al- Durr al Manthur, Jalauddin Suyuti, volume4, page 45.
    Besides Suyuti, Imam Tha'labi, in his Tafsir-e-Kashfu'l-Bayan; Muhammad Bin Jarir Tabari in his Tafsir; Muhammad Bin Yusuf GanJi Shafi'i, in Kifayatu't-Talib, ch.62, from Ta'rikh-e-Ibn Asakir; Sheikh Sulayman Balkhi Hanafi in Yanabiu'l-Mawadda end of ch. 26 from Tha'labi, Hamwaini, Hakim, Abu'l-Qasim Haskani, Ibn Sabbagh Maliki, Mir Seyyed Ali Hamdani and the Manaqib of Khawarizmi, reporting on the authority of Ibn Abbas, Amiru'l-Mu'minin and Abu Buraida Aslami in different words, have narrated eleven hadith whose main point is that, when the above verse was revealed, the Holy Prophet, putting his hand on his own chest, said: "I am the warner." Then, putting his hand on Ali's chest, he said: "After me you are the guide of the community. Those who receive guidance from you will be the guided ones."
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