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  1. Yes I do agree with what you said. And also this is from middle east monitor and al-araby who have to appease their masters, so it's also inauthentic on that account.
  2. https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20170517-shia-cleric-iraq-christians-infidels-who-must-convert-or-be-killed/ Can someone check the authenticity of this article
  3. Lol I didn't know he was world famous .
  4. That guy in the meme is an Indian politician
  5. No I am not talking about Mahmud ghazni specifically , I am talking about other Islamic rulers as well. Off course there were political reasons in destroying those temples but there were also religious motives. There are many mosques built over the remenants of destroyed temples, to name a few, Gyanvapi mosque , quwatul-islam mosque etc. Apart from this most of the Indian Muslim rulers built and gave donations to several temples all over India. There are several temples in India which still has written testaments from Muslim rulers of their donations to the temples. My point was, that it's wrong to generalize a whole lot of people based on the actions of a few. And the OP seems to have a personal malice against the Hindus in general , which is wrong.
  6. And hundreds of Hindu temples were destroyed by Muslim rulers in India , and hundreds of non-muslims have been killed by Muslim fanatics so we should label all the Muslims as terrorists , rapists, iconoclast etc..?? Yes Hindu fanatics killed Ehsan Jafri and they did destroy the mosque but they don't represent the mainstream. People like you cry when someone labels muslims as terrorists because of the action of few but don't hesitate in generalising other people based on the actions of fringe elements of their community. And stop blaming everything upon Jews and Hindus and America. It's people like you who harbour hateful ideologies who are responsible for so much hate and bigotry among people. I can vouch for it that given a chance you wouldn't desist from cursing the three caliphs and here you're talking about ittehad. Again, shame on you for spreading hate.
  7. Sunni school of thought is primarily based on the idea of emulating Prophet and his actions (Sunnah) so unless otherwise prohibited they should, in theory, follow what Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and his companions did. And so should we unless prohibited. That's all I am looking for , a Hadith where such actions are prohibited until the reappearance of Mehdi (عليه السلام). which I believe must be there because it's illogical to think that Islam would allow Muslims to destroy the idols I and temples which are revered by people of other religion and also because "la Ikra-ha fi-ldin" or maybe the quoted Hadith isn't authentic. Because otherwise I think this Hadith puts us in a precarious position.
  8. Brother I want answers with references from Qur'an and Hadith and not just based on opinions. And since these Hadith are from most authentic Sunni sources so I would also like to know what our Sunni brothers have to say about it, and why they shouldn't go on temple destroying spree after all it's Sunnah of sahaba (according to sahihain) ? and if there are other Hadith which forbid such an action then kindly quote the Hadith.
  9. So we would if we were in a position to do so? Or if we were dominant over them? That doesn't sound right to me.
  10. I know brother that it's a wahhabi site and that their interpretation might be twisted but probably the Hadith isn't (as pointed out by brother E L king), and that's what troubling me. Source ? And if it is so then why should we Muslims be treated better when in a non-Muslim country(specially countries like India etc where idolators are in majority) why shouldn't they feel threatened by our existence when we harbour ideologies which is detrimental to the existence of their religion? How did you conclude that it's not for every other person to go and destroy temples and idols? It would be better if we get both Shia and Sunni perspective on this issue.
  11. This guy is pathetic and hateful. People like him (on either side of the society) are the reasons that people see riots and killings on a daily basis. Shame on you for spreading malice against a rather peaceful lot of people (yes off course there are bad people everywhere but who would know it better than us Muslims?). I am an Indian and I can vouch for my Hindu brethren who come out to support and help us in our desperate times, you wouldn't see many Muslim Maulana attending Hindu festival and talking highly about their revered figures but a lot of their religious heads do participate in our religious events and put forth eulogies in praise of imam Ali a.s , prophet Muhammad s.a.w and ahle bait a.s. It's high time we Muslims start to introspect and mend our attitudes towards non-muslims. Btw I seriously think that the OP is a bu*thurt Shia teenager whose girlfriend left him for a Hindu guy.
  12. What is the Shiite standpoint on this issue? And if it's true then aren't ISIS and taliban following religion in it's true form? And why should we expect benevolence from non-muslims while we can't be benevolent to them and their place of worship? 1 – Muslim (969) narrated that Abu’l-Hayaaj al-Asadi said: ‘Ali ibn Abi Taalib said to me: “Shall I not send you with the same instructions as the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) sent me? ‘Do not leave any image without defacing it or any built-up grave without leveling it.’” 2 – Muslim (832) narrated from ‘Urwah ibn ‘Abasah that he said to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): “With what were you sent?” He said, “I was sent to uphold the ties of kinship, to break the idols, and so that Allaah would be worshipped alone with no partner or associate.” Source : https://islamqa.info/en/20894 Do answer with facts and references rather than mere opinions.
  13. It's a great movie. Do watch it. Other than appealing to nationalistic pride (which wouldn't be so in Ur case) , it nicely portrays a father daughter relationship, and his struggles to live his dream through his daughter.
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