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Skanderbeg

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    Skanderbeg reacted to SayedShuhada in Miracle of Ahlul Bayt in Lebanon   
    Don't call it miracle of Ahl al Bayt. Miracles comes from Allah swt. 
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from BlackVeil in Coincidence? 12 number in Quran.   
    It would cost a person his life if he didn't accepted. 
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    Skanderbeg reacted to Truth_bearer in Is it true that shia militia persecuted sunnis in Iraq?   
    The iteration of Baathist parties remains the same. However, in Hafiz's case, despite the long standing differences of being Alawite vs Sunni, there was still a lack of repression against Sunnis in a general or rather greater sense. Syria is 75% Sunni and the rest are various denominations. Though that being said, Hafiz ensured Sunni participation in the government. Like I said again, have a read of the books that are available -especially the ones written in that time frame regarding the Baath party in Iraq and the threat of Shi'ism even before the pandemonium of Persian influence in the region. Let me know what you find. 
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    Skanderbeg reacted to sadegh in Ta'awudh in prayer   
    Salaams brother,
    Thanks for your complete answer. Only one point: the underlined part in your quoted post above is not right. Even in the Dhuhr and Asr prayers that are to be recited silently, it is recommended for men to recite Bismillah loudly in both Sura al-Fatiha and the other sura, as you made the reference in rule 1026 in one of your previous posts:
    It is Mustahab that in the first Rak'at one should say A'uzubillahi Minash shaytanir Rajim before reciting Surah al-Hamd, and in the first and second Rak'ats of Zuhr and Asr prayers one should say Bismillah loudly
    Peace
     
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    Skanderbeg reacted to gajarkahalva in Ta'awudh in prayer   
    Does it have to be read out loud like Bismillah too?
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    Skanderbeg reacted to The Green Knight in According to Shia logic, can we worship other than Allah?   
    Love? He didn't even attend the Prophet's funeral nor agree to grant him his last will and he was unjust to the Prophet's daughter who did not forgive him. Is that love? That was a baseless excuse. But even if it was love, didn't they know that the Prophet is not in there and its just soil in the grave, nothing extraordinary about a grave? That the object of their "love" was with Allah and not inside the grave? Secondly, all scholars agree that all actions of a true believer are done to seek nearness to Allah. But seeking nearness to a dead man and attaching importance to graves is clear shirk according to your doctrine. And the world's foremost two sunnis committed it.
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    Skanderbeg reacted to The Green Knight in According to Shia logic, can we worship other than Allah?   
    Then why did he wish to get buried beside the "dead" RasoolAllah's grave? What benefit did it serve? And since you call him "ameer al momineen" (chief of believers) you should know that each action of a believer is done to gain pleasure of Allah. So what exactly were the two chiefs and their successors thinking when they were buried beside a grave of a dead man who can not help them in any way shape or form? Isn't that clear grave worship?
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from Khudayar in Saudis Admit Why They Are Losing the War Against Yemen   
    Salam, 

    The Houthi rebellion is not a sectarian one but a Yemeni one.
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    Skanderbeg reacted to StrugglingForTheLight in According to Shia logic, can we worship other than Allah?   
    I've come to view,  most people claiming to believe in Allah and his signs, in reality they don't grasp even Tawheed. They follow whatever they believe of Tawheed simply because Islam teaches it and they follow Islam. They don't grasp Tawheed, and hence don't really believe in Allah based on evidence, but on blind following. The latter is not eman no matter how zealous one is in it.
    It's essential to know that no vision can grasp God. It's only then should you pray to see Allah. And seeing Allah like the way Musa asked is possible in this world and the next. And seeing Allah fully as his true self is impossible, whatever vision we can grasp of him, is that of limited beauty and glory of Him. There is veils of light, and there is visions beyond the veils of light, but all of them, Allah is above.
    In fact to disbelieve in this is to disbelieve in many verses of Quran but that is besides the point. The point is it's essential in tawheed we know God is far above all vision of him just as it's essential to know God cannot beget.
    The verse "vision grasps him not and he grasps all vision" is about reminding about Tawheed, not stating a simply dogma you take about this world that comes to the end in the next world.
     
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    Skanderbeg reacted to aghaji in How many children did Mohammed(s) have?   
    The prophet Mohammad had three children from Hazrat Khadija Fatama ul Zahra his daughtr and two sons Qasim and Ibrahim who died in infancy.Many sunnis say two other daughters but these were Hazrat Khadijas from her previous marriage
    If Rasool had other children why under the cloak were only Fatima Ali Hassan Hussain and the prophet?
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    Skanderbeg reacted to أبو فاطمة المحمدي in According to Shia logic, can we worship other than Allah?   
    The verse you quoted itself exposes your lies further:
    أَلَا لِلَّهِ الدِّينُ الْخَالِصُ وَالَّذِينَ اتَّخَذُوا مِن دُونِهِ أَوْلِيَاءَ مَا نَعْبُدُهُمْ إِلَّا لِيُقَرِّبُونَا إِلَى اللَّهِ زُلْفَىٰ إِنَّ اللَّهَ يَحْكُمُ بَيْنَهُمْ فِي مَا هُمْ فِيهِ يَخْتَلِفُونَ إِنَّ اللَّهَ لَا يَهْدِي مَنْ هُوَ كَاذِبٌ كَفَّارٌ
    Indeed is the sincere deen not Allah´s alone? If people take protectors besides Him — ´We only worship them so that they may bring us nearer to Allah´ — Allah will judge between them regarding the things about which they differed. Allah does not guide anyone who is an ungrateful liar.
    Qur'an 39:3
    They confessed that they were literally worshipping their "protectors."
    Which other lie will you fabricate this time?
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    Skanderbeg reacted to sunnilove2hussain in Are there some alawites who convert to shia islam ?   
    Well,some quranists,i have seen on YouTube,do something similar to our Salah but then the guy who was performing it,just was standing and reading some surah's randomly and did sajdah and got up and it was a cycle. I don't remember much of it. However,many Quranists reject contact prayer.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Amin   
    Salam, 

    It is however strange that they ommit the Basmallah which is part of al-Fatiha reciting it silently and add Amin outloud as if it the last verse. 

     
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Do the shia give more attention to the imams than Allah   
    Salam, 

    Dear brother, 

    The Salawat upon Our Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. and His Progeny a.s. survived in the salat through the Umayyad and the Abassides, still preserved in the salat of the Ibadi's (former Khawarij) and even the Salafi's. 

    Isn't that a sign that as Allah preserves the Quran He preserves the status of the Ahl al-Bayt as well?

    For those who use reason it surely is a sign. But those not recogizing will keep on wandering blindly.


     
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Do the shia give more attention to the imams than Allah   
    Loving Allah is loving the Prophet s.a.w.

    Loving the Prophet s.a.w. is loving the Ahl al-Bayt a.s.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from em in Ta'awudh in prayer   
    Salam, 

    Do I have to recite the Ta'awudh only in the first raka before the Basmallah of al-Fatiha or in every raka?
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from em in Do the shia give more attention to the imams than Allah   
    Loving Allah is loving the Prophet s.a.w.

    Loving the Prophet s.a.w. is loving the Ahl al-Bayt a.s.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from em in Do the shia give more attention to the imams than Allah   
    Salam, 

    Dear brother, 

    The Salawat upon Our Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. and His Progeny a.s. survived in the salat through the Umayyad and the Abassides, still preserved in the salat of the Ibadi's (former Khawarij) and even the Salafi's. 

    Isn't that a sign that as Allah preserves the Quran He preserves the status of the Ahl al-Bayt as well?

    For those who use reason it surely is a sign. But those not recogizing will keep on wandering blindly.


     
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    Skanderbeg reacted to StrugglingForTheLight in Do the shia give more attention to the imams than Allah   
    This wisdom is in fact hinted in Suratal Shura for example. It talks about the wage of loving the near kin (of Mohammad), and at the end, it emphasizes on the spirit inspired by his command that made Mohammad know what the book and faith is, and that he made it a light by which he guides who he pleases from his servants, and that Mohammad Guides to the straight path. Then it says "the path of God". The family of Mohammad are guided by that same spirit from his command, and the love of the family of Mohammad has been called "the path of God". The emphasizing that it's the path of God in the final verse settles all questions about why love of the family of Mohammad as opposed to love of Allah. It's united as being the "the path of Allah".
     
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from StrugglingForTheLight in Do the shia give more attention to the imams than Allah   
    Salam, 

    Dear brother, 

    The Salawat upon Our Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. and His Progeny a.s. survived in the salat through the Umayyad and the Abassides, still preserved in the salat of the Ibadi's (former Khawarij) and even the Salafi's. 

    Isn't that a sign that as Allah preserves the Quran He preserves the status of the Ahl al-Bayt as well?

    For those who use reason it surely is a sign. But those not recogizing will keep on wandering blindly.


     
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from StrugglingForTheLight in Do the shia give more attention to the imams than Allah   
    Loving Allah is loving the Prophet s.a.w.

    Loving the Prophet s.a.w. is loving the Ahl al-Bayt a.s.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from Gaius I. Caesar in According to Shia logic, can we worship other than Allah?   
    Salam, 

    What do you mean with Shia logic?

    We follow the Sunnah how it is preserved by the Ahl al-Bayt a.s. and their followers like you follow the Sunnah how it is preserved by all Sahaba. 

    It's like asking you if you worship Sahaba because you are a Sunni. 

    I'm 100% Shia and I call 100% unto Allah alone. 

     
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    Skanderbeg reacted to The Green Knight in Do the shia give more attention to the imams than Allah   
    You pay more attention to random sunnis than to what you claim is your belief? Thats a critical state your religion is in and that sunni hunting you is hunting you because of your serious lack of knowledge. You don't need a mosque to learn it, you can read books online and attend online lectures if you are serious about the subject. God help us.
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    Skanderbeg reacted to Truth_bearer in Is it true that shia militia persecuted sunnis in Iraq?   
    Actually, to be fair to this thread's topic, yes, there have been Shia militias who have persecuted innocent Sunnis after the fall of Saddam. However, it was most likely that the revenge attacks on Sunnis started after the 2003 extremist Sunni bombing of the Imam Ali mosque. There is plenty of whatabouttery hanging with this between both Shi'ites and Sunnis. 
     
    Though this is a strange spin on a rather peculiar statement. Saddam had vastly marginalized the Shi'ites after 1979's Iranian revolution. After which, this led to their persecution mainly because they're Shi'ites. During the Iran Iraq war, Saddam's government was heavily involved in the printing press to bolster his rhetoric against Shi'ites. In fact, his son Uday was a known proponent in which used the rhetoric, "rafida" against the Shi'ites. Saddam filled his Baathist party with Sunnis only. It wasn't just about anyone who revolted, as we all know he was the benevolent dictator to the Sunni Arabs. The extremist Sunni and Shi'ite militias who kill innocent people are doing the exact same thing. Sunni militias kill Shi'ites because of them being Shi'ites and Shi'ite militias are killing Sunnis because they're Sunnis. See the Sunnis had the better end of the stick during Saddam's time when the Americans shook his hand in acknowledgement. 
    We can talk about persecution from both sides equally. But what really irks us Rafidas (taking no offense to being a Rafida), is that some Sunnis like to parade around their "Ahlus-Sunnah" faction and don't acknowledge persecution of Shi'ites. So why would Sunnis want to get acknowledgement of persecution of Sunnis by Shi'ites? 
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    Skanderbeg reacted to Noah- in Is it true that shia militia persecuted sunnis in Iraq?   
    ^There never been a genocide against Sunnis from the hands of Shias and I don't call for any genocide. But, I am talking about Takfiris and those who aid and support Takfiris, those who are mass-murderers and encourage Shia killing.....and all their supporters..... Iraqis have every right to deal with murderers and their supporters in any way they want.  That is non of your business, the same way you Sunnis say its Saudis internal affair whatever they do to Shia minorities or in Bahrain and elsewhere.
    You and the entire Sunni population either remained quiet or supported the unjust execution of Ayatollah Nimr and instead most Sunni states blamed Iran for the incident... THAT IS IN YOUR BLOOD AND NATURE to support oppression and genocide on the basis of sectarianism.
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