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Abu-Jafar Herz

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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to Lordofgemini in 72 Virgins Shia Hadiths   
    In another narration Al-Imam As-Sadiq (A) said: “People have never delighted themselves in the world and hereafter with a pleasure better than the joy of lying with women.”
    Then he said: The heaven­ dwellers never find pleasure in the Garden with anything more desirable to them than copulation with women, neither in “heavenly” food nor drink.”[89]
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Yasmin P in World War 2 Discussion Thread   
    How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries!  
    ‘Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy.
    ‘The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live.
    ‘A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity.
    ‘The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property – either as a child, a wife, or a concubine – must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men.
    ‘Thousands become the brave and loyal soldiers of the faith: all know how to die but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it.
    ‘No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith.’
     
    - Winston Churchill
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from wmehar2 in Why Must A God Be Just ?   
    Wrong. Musa [as] wasn't told the full story, he didn't judge what was just as unjust. When Musa [as] was told the fully story, then he agreed with al khidr.
     
    The creator doesn't define what is "justice" as a concept itself is since justice itself is self defined. Just like a creator doesn't dictate what the concept of "hearing" or "sight" is, but he does dictate who can hear and who can see.
    Going by your definition, if God judged rape as just you would see it as just. We on the other hand say that God would never declare rape as just because rape in its very essence is unjust.
     
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to ElAhmed in Houthis inside Saudi arabia   
    Lol, praying with shoes in a mosque, just a wahabi thing

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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Aabiss_Shakari in If Imamat is not Divine   
    @GreatChineseFall
    Once you accept that the word "imam" here means leader, we'll continue with the rest of the argument.
     
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Aabiss_Shakari in If Imamat is not Divine   
    @GreatChineseFall
    Asalamu alaikum, I hope you're doing well.
    Nowhere in the verse does it say that Ibrahim [as] will be an Imam or ruling leader for all generations. You're making up your own Arabic rules where I assure you they don't exist. This is your own interpretation. You're assuming that the phrase "lillnas (for the people) includes everyone in existence in the future, and you're assuming that imam here means "example," and then from these assumptions you're using other verses to point to your false foundation while drawing false unsupported conclusions. You first must prove that imam here means example. The following verses you used do not change the common meaning of what imam is into example. Any person on the street when asked what "imam" is they'll tell you it means leader. If I were to see a prophet asked Allah for imamah, and to make his descendants imams I would not say that he's asking to be an "example," and that he's asking for his descendants to be "examples." But rather, he's asking for riyaasa for him and his descendants, this what "3hd" means. It is a pact that gives someone an official position, or a covenant/agreement in any matter.
    The verses that say that the house of Mecca will be a place of security and a place of payer where Ibrahim [as] prayed, saying that prophets and messengers will be sent in his line, and saying that we must follow the religion of Ibrahim [as] does not change the meaning of imam into example. I could very well say that this means an imam of authority and the Qur'an continues listing out the religion of the hanafiya which Ibrahim [as] established systematically as an imam for his people. 
    We also know for a fact that the word imam here does not mean example because Ibrahim [as] is asking Allah to make his descendants imams. If this is the case, and the word imam here means example, then your nonsensical interpretation would necessitate that Ibrahim [as] is really asking Allah to make his descendants "examples." However, we know this is non-sense because we see that Allah calls this imamah a "pact." So essentially this is a divine pact of imamah. If you want to say that this is a "divine pact of being an example," then you can believe so but I'm sure even your own Sunni comrades would hide their faces from you. The verse simply doesn't support your interpretation. Its far-fetched and forced.
    Let's look at the verse again carefully, step by step, and draw some conclusions..
    We see the first part :
    { ٱبْتَلَىٰ إِبْرٰهِيمَ رَبُّهُ بِكَلِمَـٰتٍ } (And when Ibrahim's lord tested (Ibtala) him with commands)
    The word Ibtala here has a very precise definition which the scholars of tafseer always highlight. The word here means to test someone to see if they have certain attributes for X thing, or to ready the person for X thing. And this is exactly what Zamakhshari who is a grammarian in tafseer says:
     ما يريد الله، وما يشتهيه العبد، كأنه يمتحنه ما يكون منه حتى يجازيه على حسب ذلك
    Translation: What Allah wishes, and what the servant desires, its as if Allah is testing him to see what is from him (the servant) and rewards him based upon that. 
    End Translation.
    Dictionary :
    اِبْتَلَى ( اسم ) : اِخْتَبَرَ
    1 to examine for suitability or authenticity 
    Ibtala is also related to the word balaa2, calamity. I.E. they are afflicted, to the test, put under stress to see if they have what it takes,etc. This is the meaning of the word. And this is why Allah uses Ibtala when Ibrahim [as] was tested with Ishmail [as].
    So the testing of Ibrahim [as] with his son Ishmael was in order to see if he was suitable for imamah. So this was indeed the purpose all along. 
    As for the word "imam" here meaning example, then I already explained above why this is wrong and far-fetched. Lets look at the remaining of the verse.
    فَأَتَمَّهُنَّ قَالَ إِنِّي جَاعِلُكَ لِلنَّاسِ إِمَاماً قَالَ وَمِن ذُرِّيَّتِي قَالَ لاَ يَنَالُ عَهْدِي ٱلظَّالِمِينَ 
    (So he completed them. and Allah said: I am making you an imam over the people. Then Ibrahim said: and from my descendants? Then Allah said: my pact does not include the wrong doers.)
    So we see that because Ibrahim [as] passed the test of will, he was made into an imam. Ibrahim [as] then asks Allah to include this imamah among his decedents. Allah then responds by saying that this is a divine pact that doesn't include the wrong doers. So we draw the following conclusions
    1- If Imam here means example why didn't Allah use the word for example?
    2- The definition of imamah in the dictionaries means leadership, not an example.
    3- Allah [swt] was testing Abraham [as] to see if he could handle this position.This tells us that this is not just "being an example for generations," but actually being a leader/Imam while alive.
    4- This imamah is a divine pact. When the term "3hd" is used in this context it is a covenant of an official position, and this falls inline with imam being an authority/leader.
    5- This divine pact of imamah will be given to the people who Allah chooses, and those who are tyrants (zaalimun) shall not have it. This falls inline with imamah being within a bloodline. 
    This verse doesn't support your interpretation at all.
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to Qa'im in If mawla=leader/caliph then Ali is not your mawla   
    Is the Prophet your mawla?
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to Sumerian in 72 Virgins Shia Hadiths   
    Whatever the so-called Muslim feminists say - the fact is there will be Houris for the male believers in Jannah. 
    And there will be literal Houris as the hadiths state and confirm the Holy Qur'an's stance (that it is literal).
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to Ali al-Abdullah in 72 Virgins Shia Hadiths   
    Wa alaikom. Can you please reference as to where you got this from? As in that its wrong that only our souls will transcend. I myself am not clear on this subject and im trying to find out. But do you have any proof of this? Also maybe we will have new bodies.
    You wrote this: 72 white grapes not 72 wives sufi version of heaven, then you can. The Qur'an is very clear.  And I apologize, maybe I mistook it. So I thought you meant that. My bad. And yes houris are mentioned in the Quran.
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Ali al-Abdullah in 72 Virgins Shia Hadiths   
    Salam bro, I hope you're doing well. Maybe he didn't understand the implication of what he said, or maybe he typed in error. But what he said is indeed the platonic understanding of souls leaving the body into heaven.
    This is what he said : 
    He said that only our immaterial aspect will only transcend, and this is wrong. The resurrection is not immaterial it is physical. To suggest that only our immaterial souls go to heaven without the body is to suggest a platonic heretical/philosopher/Sufi version of the resurrection similar to what our scholars and imams [as] wrote against. This is neo-Platonism.
    Regarding the number of the hour al ayn then it isn't in the Qur'an, nor did I say that this number was in the Qur'an bro. I said that hour al ayn is mentioned in the Qur'an and it isn't metaphorical.
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Ali al-Abdullah in 72 Virgins Shia Hadiths   
    btw, I'm not saying that you're denying anything or that you're going into kufr. Please don't misunderstand. I'm simply telling you dear brother what the principles of our religion which aren't allowed to be denied without invalidating Islam.
    Do you want me to lie to you and tell you thats its ok believe what you want?
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from hasanhh in 72 Virgins Shia Hadiths   
    What you just described above is platonic has absolutely nothing to do with our religion. Our souls do not transcend to heaven without a body, this is classic platonic understanding of heaven and is heretical. We believe in Islam that when we die, we are resurrected both soul and body. This new body will be in its 30s, and will not be corruptible nor decay. With this body we eat, we drink, we have relations with our wives,etc. This is what Islam has taught us.
    No offense bro, but If you want to believe in the hippie platonic metaphysical floating bodies, no sexual relations or eating, 72 white grapes not 72 wives sufi version of heaven, then you can. The Qur'an is very clear. Our resurrection is physical. Its actually considered kufr to deny it.
     
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to Christianlady in World War 2 Discussion Thread   
    Hitler did blame the Jews for the problems Germany had.
    I agree with you, regardless of what people of any ethnicity or religion do, genocide is not warranted, especially after Jesus Christ brought the New Covenant.
     
    It depends on who you ask. Have you ever heard of the Balfour Declaration?
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to Al Amir in Houthis inside Saudi arabia   
    The best method of defense is attack itself.Right move ! Head right up to the north,your aim is to liberate harameyn its not too far away and everything seems impossible until they are done.
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to Laayla in Houthis inside Saudi arabia   
    Ya Allah bring victory to our brothers in Yemen
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to ElAhmed in Houthis inside Saudi arabia   
    Yemenis are selling Saudi money with the pictures of Al #Houthi & Saleh printd on it instd of #KSA kings


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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Gaius I. Caesar in World War 2 Discussion Thread   
    @Christianlady
    What do you mean by the Jews were trying to save Germany? I was always taught in history class the Jews were disliked for their inlufence in Germany and their media attacks on the country blaming Germany for ww1. That's why the Germans kicked them out.
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Ali al-Abdullah in Men Crying   
    Yes these men are crying because of religion and being close to Allah. Its not the same as crying because my wife wouldn't let me go bowling with my friends. The first is what a real man does, and the second is what a spineless person does.
    You keep reviving a thread that is months old Layla, give it a rest.  
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Ali al-Abdullah in Men Crying   
    Why are you getting emotional and resorting to personal attacks? How about you show some maturity. 
    When you use the Imams [as] and the way they cried over the loss of their families to justify the clown show in the video, then you are dragging their honor through the dirt to make yourself look correct. You're implying that the Imams [as] are "doing the same thing" as the man is doing in the video, that to me is disgusting.
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Ali al-Abdullah in Men Crying   
    This was my third post in the thread that I made at the very beginning of it.

     
    So you will drag the honor of our Imams [as] through the dirt just to make yourself look correct? Crying over Imam Hussein [as], crying over the deaths of innocent people is real strength, this is what a real and just man cries over. Crying for the longing to see the face of Imam Hussein [as] and crying when hearing the Qur'an is what a man should cry for.  A man with no heart is no man at all, on the other hand, a man who cries because his wife told him not to add a particular person on FB is not the same thing. So do me a favor, do not use my Imams [as] in your "progressive" theories.
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to Al-Hassan in Brother Omar Esa makes Halal version of Adele song "Hello"   
    Aisha! ♫  Aisha! ♫ She is the one that waged a war against the rightly guided Khalif of her time, Aisha, O Aisha! ♫ She is the one that caused the first major fitnah between the Muslimeen! ♫ ... But that's all fine, because she's Aisha! ♫  Aisha! ♫
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from Muslim2010 in If Imamat is not Divine   
    The problem with Fahad and Chinese is that they keep bringing verses from the Qur'an which have nothing to do with imamah and khilafa and are trying to argue with them without even understanding their meaning.
     
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    Abu-Jafar Herz got a reaction from baradar_jackson in World War 2 Discussion Thread   
    How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries!  
    ‘Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy.
    ‘The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live.
    ‘A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity.
    ‘The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property – either as a child, a wife, or a concubine – must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men.
    ‘Thousands become the brave and loyal soldiers of the faith: all know how to die but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it.
    ‘No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith.’
     
    - Winston Churchill
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    Abu-Jafar Herz reacted to baradar_jackson in World War 2 Discussion Thread   
    First discussion topic: Winston Churchill was a [Edited Out]. 
    Everyone share their best examples to support the above statement.
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