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  1. Sure brother. I would recommend you read the following thread first, as all the questions are basically answered; https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235031376-the-controversial-hadith-of-dawood-bin-sarhan/ Including the one you just asked right here: https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235031376-the-controversial-hadith-of-dawood-bin-sarhan/?do=findComment&comment=2821438 Where Makarem Al-Shirazi defines sabb.
  2. Like I told you, 20+ jurists agree to it being authentic. This is in relation to "bahituhum" not in relation to insults. Some believed bahituhum means "bring evidences" others believed it meant basically waqee'a. But no one even had an issue with "sabihim". Here is a thread discussing the hadith, dear sister. I recommend you read it before you make your opinion: https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235031376-the-controversial-hadith-of-dawood-bin-sarhan/?page=3
  3. What are you talking about? Do you know Arabic at all? This is the whole quote: "And as for the rest of the sects from the nasawib in the khawarij, there is no proof of their najasa even though their punishment is more severe than the kuffar, so if a ruler rose against Amir Al-Mu'mineen (عليه السلام) for a worldy reason and not a religious reason, rather for the sake of rulership, or for another thing, such as with A'isha, Zubayr, Talha, Mu'awiyah and their likes, or that one has nasb against one of the Imams (عليه السلام) not for a religious reason, but rather for the hatred of Qurayshi, or Bani Hashim, or the Arabs, or that he is a killer of his father or his son, or something like that, then that does not constitute - apparently - that they are najis, even THOUGH they are more wicked than the dogs and pigs, due to a lack evidence from consenus or reporting on it." Please brother, you know you are wrong. The above means that if someone was to oppose the Imams (عليه السلام) on non-religious grounds then although they are not apparently najis from the standpoint of Fiqh, then they are still more wicked than a pig or a dog, and he used A'isha, Talha and Zubayr as an example of those who rose for worldly reasons, I.e rulership and such. And what backs this up even more, is he himself does not believe in any Shar'I issue in relation to insulting or doing gheeba on Sunnis, let alone their leaders.
  4. People forget that Al-Khomeini, in his Al-Makasib, said that Aisha, Talha and Muawiyah are more spiritually najis than a dog or a pig.
  5. You can say that to the 20+ scholars that declared insulting the enemies of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) to be halal and in fact mustahab. ______ The Messenger of Allah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) said: “When you will find people of bid`ah (innovation) and doubt/suspicion after me, do baraa’ (disassociation) from them and increase in your insults (sabihim) to them, and oppose (them) and bring evidences against them so they may not become greedy in bringing fasaad (corruption) to Islam. You must warn people against them and do not learn their bid`ah (innovation). Allah will write for you hasanaat (good deeds) for this, and will raise you darajaat (levels) in the next life.’” Source: 1. Al-Kulayni, Al-Kaafi, vol. 2, ch. 159, pg. 375, hadeeth # 4 Grading: 1. Al-Majlisi said this hadeeth is SaHeeH (Authentic) à Mir’aat Al-`Uqool, vol. 11, pg. 77 Other Scholar's who have said this hadeeth is SaHeeH: 1. al-FaaDil al-Kaadhimi (d. 1065), Masaalik al-Afhaam 'ila Ayaat al-Ahkaam, vol. 2, pg. 397 2. Shaheed al-Thaani (d. 966), Masaalik al-Afhaam ila TanqeeH Sharaa'I` al-Islaam, vol. 14, pg. 434 3. al-Majlisi I (al-Majlisi's father), RawDah al-Muttaqeen, vol. 9, pg. 327 4. Muhaqqiq al-Sabzawaaree (d. 1090),Kifaayah al-Ahkaam, vol. 1, pg. 437 5. `Abd al-`Ala (d. 1414), Mahdhab al-Ahkaam, vol. 16, pg. 134 6. `Abd Allaah al-Jazaa'iree (d. 1173), al-TuHfah al-Suniyyah, pg. 83 7. Yoosuf al-Bahraani, al-Hadaa'iq al-NaaDirah, vol. 18, pg. 164 8. al-Hussayn bin Aal `Asfoor al-Bahraani,Sadaad al-`Ibaad, pg. 446 9. Muhammad Mujaahid al-Tabataba'I (d. 1242),al-Munaahil, pg. 259 10. Ahmad al-Naraaqi (d. 1245), Mustanad al-Shee`ah fee Ahkaam al-Sharee`ah, vol. 14, pg. 162 11. Murtada al-Ansaari (d. 1281), Kitaab al-Makaasib, vol. 1, pg. 353 12. al-Khoei, MisbaaH al-Fuqaahah, vol. 1, pg. 354 13. Jawad al-Tabrizi, Irshaad al-Taalib 'ila al-Ta`leeq `ala al-Makaasib, vol. 1, pg. 162 14. Jawad al-Tabrizi, Asad al-Hadood, pg. 235 15. Abu Talib al-Tabrizi, al-Ta`leeqah al-Istidilaaliyyah, pg. 430 16. al-Sayfa al-Mazandaraani, Daleel Tahreer al-Waseelah, vol. 2, pg. 174 17. al-RooHaani, Fiqh al-Saadiq, vol. 14, pg. 296 18. al-RooHaani, MisbaaH al-Fuqaahah, vol. 1, pg. 379 19. Muhammad Sa`eed al-Hakeem,MisbaaH al-Minhaaj, pg. 359 20. `Alee al-Namaazee al-Shahroodi,Mustadarak Safeenah al-Bihaar, vol. 1, pg. 303 & vol. 8, pg. 202 21. Haadi al-Najafi, Mawsoo`ah aHaadeeth Ahl al-Bayt, vol. 2, pg. 25 22. al-Turayhi, Majma` al-BaHrayn, vol. 3, pg. 343 23. Muhammad Taqi al-Isfahani, Mikyaal al-Makaarim, vol. 2, pg. 259 http://www.revivingalislam.com/2010/12/exposing-bidah-reward-for-doing-so.html?m=1
  6. Sayyed Al-Sistani never forbid cursing or insulting the enemies of Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام), it is reported he spoke against those who were publically insulting them. That's all.
  7. If Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) curses His enemies, and if the Prophets (عليهم السلام) did and if the Imams (عليهم السلام) also did - and it was confirmed by them to be a mustahab act, then how can it not be a spiritual act to get closer to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)?
  8. Both cursing and insulting (sabb) are examples of bara'ah and are both mustahab. Sayyed Al-Khoei famously said sabb can become wajib in certain circumstances. Please do not make this religion all rainbow.
  9. A disbeliever is someone who disbelieves in one of the Usūl Al-Deen.
  10. Sumerian

    Iraqi gang

    lol they all seem lame. Fun ones like me and @laithAlIRAQI are here.
  11. There is a claim being circled that seperating prayers is better than combining them. Do you have proof for this statement?
  12. @King @Mohamed1993 @Khomeinist @حسين @laithAlIRAQI
  13. All these so-called "strict conservative Islamic societies" aren't strict or conservative at all.
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