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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from ShiaMan14 in How can Aisha be a member of the Household?   
    Salam, 

    Aisha is considered to be a member of the Household by Sunni muslims. 

    What I do not understand is why she waged war with another member of the Household and didn't wanted the grandson of the Prophet s.a.w. (also a member if of that same Household) to be buried next to his grandfather.

    Aren't these deeds that separates one from another instead of a sign of unity?
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from zainabamy in How can Aisha be a member of the Household?   
    Salam, 

    Aisha is considered to be a member of the Household by Sunni muslims. 

    What I do not understand is why she waged war with another member of the Household and didn't wanted the grandson of the Prophet s.a.w. (also a member if of that same Household) to be buried next to his grandfather.

    Aren't these deeds that separates one from another instead of a sign of unity?
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from Ar_Jafri2306 in How can Aisha be a member of the Household?   
    Salam, 

    Aisha is considered to be a member of the Household by Sunni muslims. 

    What I do not understand is why she waged war with another member of the Household and didn't wanted the grandson of the Prophet s.a.w. (also a member if of that same Household) to be buried next to his grandfather.

    Aren't these deeds that separates one from another instead of a sign of unity?
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    Skanderbeg reacted to Al-Hassan in Friday Prayers   
    During the Ghayba, Friday prayers is only Mustahab(recommended), but not Wajib(obligatory). Attending it only becomes obligatory when the Imam's presence on earth is apparent and he himself or his appointed representatives establishes it. This is according to Sistani.
    And you are certainly not obliged to go to a Sunni masjid and join their prayers.
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    Skanderbeg reacted to Sumerian in Friday Prayers   
    http://www.al-islam.org/islamic-laws-ayatullah-ali-al-husayni-al-sistani/rules-salat-part-i-iii#salat-al-jumuah
    According to most if not all contemporary scholars, Salat al-Jumu'ah is only fully wajib when the infallible Imam [AS] is present. If you want to know the Laws of Salat al-Jumu'ah, then read the link above, which mentions Sayyed al-Sistani's rules and regulation (as per his ijtihad) regarding this Holy Prayer.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from StrugglingForTheLight in Coincidence? 12 number in Quran.   
    No! Just read what I quoted from  you. My response is only to that.
     

    David (pbuh) indeed received a book (The Zabur or Psalms) but this was not a book of legislations like the Torah.

    Jesus (pbuh) came to confirm the Torah. And yes, he (pbuh) received also the Gospel (Injil).

    But that's not my point. My point is that the Bani Israel received the Law (Torah) and that they had to be corrected by prophets. 
     
    Imamah is a matter of Iman (beliefs) and not Islam (duties).
     
    If the sending of scholars from Allah is a condition for preservation of the deen then it should at least be proven with Quran as well. But all we got from you is a claim that is confirmed with an extra-Quranic source. 
     
    If you have read my respons more carefully then you could've understood that his knowledge should be based on the right sources and not those of usurpers, self-proclaimed rulers or those elected by the masses. Some of those rulers created their own sunna and later on during the Umayyad dynasty for example they (the rulers) became the supervisors of scholarship and censorship. 

    Islam was degraded to a state-religion just like christianity under Byzantine reign.

     
     
    Exactly! To warn us. And you know that our Ummah split up in more than 70 diffirent sects.

    Such warnings, nine in ten times are predictions. 
     Like this You are in contradiction. You said that sunni muslims believe the preservation of Islam is in the hands of scholars sent by Allah.

    Now my question to you is:

    How can you know a scholar is sent by Allah? And do you know scholars or at least one of the four Imams who claimed that he was sent by Allah?
       
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from أبو فاطمة المحمدي in Coincidence? 12 number in Quran.   
    No! Just read what I quoted from  you. My response is only to that.
     

    David (pbuh) indeed received a book (The Zabur or Psalms) but this was not a book of legislations like the Torah.

    Jesus (pbuh) came to confirm the Torah. And yes, he (pbuh) received also the Gospel (Injil).

    But that's not my point. My point is that the Bani Israel received the Law (Torah) and that they had to be corrected by prophets. 
     
    Imamah is a matter of Iman (beliefs) and not Islam (duties).
     
    If the sending of scholars from Allah is a condition for preservation of the deen then it should at least be proven with Quran as well. But all we got from you is a claim that is confirmed with an extra-Quranic source. 
     
    If you have read my respons more carefully then you could've understood that his knowledge should be based on the right sources and not those of usurpers, self-proclaimed rulers or those elected by the masses. Some of those rulers created their own sunna and later on during the Umayyad dynasty for example they (the rulers) became the supervisors of scholarship and censorship. 

    Islam was degraded to a state-religion just like christianity under Byzantine reign.

     
     
    Exactly! To warn us. And you know that our Ummah split up in more than 70 diffirent sects.

    Such warnings, nine in ten times are predictions. 
     Like this You are in contradiction. You said that sunni muslims believe the preservation of Islam is in the hands of scholars sent by Allah.

    Now my question to you is:

    How can you know a scholar is sent by Allah? And do you know scholars or at least one of the four Imams who claimed that he was sent by Allah?
       
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from DigitalUmmah in [TRASH PIT]Flat Earth   
    If a child can understand, Skanderbeg can too.
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    Skanderbeg reacted to DigitalUmmah in [TRASH PIT]Flat Earth   
    OP what are your thoughts on this gif
     

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    Skanderbeg reacted to أبو فاطمة المحمدي in Munafiqeen and definition of Sahaba   
    Theoretically, a munafiq is NOT a Sahabi, even if he met the Prophet, sallallahu 'alaihi wa aalihi, and died upon Islam. However, in practice, Sunnis have awarded several munafiqun with the title of "Sahabah."
    Their inconsistency is the root cause of conflict between Sunnis and Shi'is.
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    Skanderbeg reacted to ShiaMan14 in Extremely disturbing video on Shias   
    First of all - Yasir Al-Habib is a paid agent with the purpose of spreading faith. No one really considers him shia except for wahabis who make out to be the champion of shia cause when in reality everything he says or does helps promote their agenda.
    Next, as in most videos on anti-majoos, they use bits and pieces of different lectures and compile it in such a manner to show shias doing something wrong. Only imbeciles and morons believe stuff on this site so you can decide what you are. Far be it from me to make that determination.
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    Skanderbeg reacted to StrugglingForTheLight in Can someone please explain to me why the celebration of prophet Muhammad birthday is Bidah   
    All goodness is commanded by God. Loving the Nabi is allowed. As long as it's not religious rituals or evil things, we are allowed to express love to the Nabi however we please. Celebrating his birthday is a logical expression of that love considering how humans organize in around time of the year and have dates for things.
    The real bida is people declaring it haram with their drive to make religion into a very strict thing people can't express themselves in their own ways.
    Like for example, Quran says "do good to your parents", I buy my Mom a certain necklace, it's my choice, I have the right to also do that on the day she was born or days people remember mothers on. This is not bida.
     
    The bida is making a halal or even a general ehsan (goodness) into haram.
     
    This is what Quran warns against, not to make haram what God made halal by their desires.
     
    And their desire is nothing but sectarian love of themselves and hatred for others and I testify to that.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from zainabamy in Imam Ali commands us to give "ORIGINAL RESPECT" to Umm Ayesha.   
    Well the Ahl al-Bayt a.s. are the best muslims with the best behaviour (after Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. so if Imam Ali's a.s. stance towards her did not changed according to Najhul Balagha then we have to follow him a.s. in that behaviour. 
     
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from Muslim2010 in RTS article: Imam Al-Mahdi (ajf) 'From Prophetic Hadiths' VIII   
    To use the sources of one party is because it does not accept the sources of the other. 

    We muslims do the same when using the Bible doing dawah to christians.

     
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from TheEloquenceWithin in Is this Sunni Hadith Correct?   
    Exactly! Reciting shahada is more than uttering words of repentance so that's why I don't understand the hadith.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from TheEloquenceWithin in Is this Sunni Hadith Correct?   
    Salam,

    To testify that there is no God but God erases all previous sins. According to the Quran, the Pharao did this but only when the truth became manifest and he did not testify as a believer. 

    This hadith is no clarification or explanation at all. Maybe it was created to support some statement or dogma. 

    Not long ago I heard from a sunni that once the troath is blocked, there is no chance for salvation anymore. Then I guess the sand was thrown in his throat to block it.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from TheEloquenceWithin in Is this Sunni Hadith Correct?   
    Follows this
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from The Green Knight in Saudi vs Iran   
    Islam did not benefit the Arabs too as they hijacked it and distorted this religion from it's very core.

    That's why they are so backwarded now. They enter islamic universities to write whole books about futilities to cause strive and division and in the end they stir up their followers against those of other scholars and sects. 

    The Ummah today is not much better as the time that the jews and christians chose their rabbi's and monks as lords beside Allah. How many times does the Quran tells us to use our reason but instead I see parrots and people commiting takfir without knowledge, research or whatsoever.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from insearchoflight in Here is what happens when you discuss Unity on ummah forums   
    Salam, 

    I think to them it's very simple. They put on the television on and see some dudes cursing Sahaba and Aisha. Then on the net they read some misinformation and stories about Ibn Sabah and Ghulu. Then they talk about it with their friends who saw and read the same things etcetera. And suddenly it's clear to them oand there is no need to think about it or investigate it anymore.

    In my case it went diffirent. I was attached to Islamism, Sayyid Qutb and stuff as I believed that a healthy society can only be Islamic. 

    Then I noticed the faillure the Ummah is in today and asked myself why there is no leadership or caliphate. After some study of the history of the Caliphate I realised that things definitely went wrong from the start and asked Allah for guidance. Also the stance of many sunni countries and their support for opressive regimes and world powers plus the hate towards Shiaism made me think why muslims were so self-destructive. I became a believer in Shiaism not long after that.

    Anyway, whosoever is guided by Allah no one can make him go astray and whosoever is led astray by Allah no one can guide him. They have to do research themselves.
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from sidnaq in Questions with anti saudi sentiment   
    Salam, 

    The Sheikh wasn't only fighting for shia's but sunni's as well. He fought for all the people living in Hijaz-Arabia.

    I say Hijaz-Arabia because when I say Saudi-Arabia it seems as if it belongs to the Saudi's which is not the case.

    Saudi's are the puppets put there by the Zionist globalists. Our Holy place is hi-jacked by criminals.
     
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    Skanderbeg reacted to Sumayyeh in Ayatullah Nimr Al Nimr Executed [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    Saudi embassy in Tehran put on fire by protesters:
     


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    Skanderbeg reacted to Wing in Is this Sunni Hadith Correct?   
    Seems like the dirt wasn't enough to stop him from saying: "I believe that there is no deity except that in whom the children of Israel believe, and I am of the Muslims."
    The verses:
    [10:90]And We took the Children of Israel across the sea, and Pharaoh and his soldiers pursued them in tyranny and enmity until, when drowning overtook him, he said, "I believe that there is no deity except that in whom the Children of Israel believe, and I am of the Muslims."
    [10:91]Now? And you had disobeyed [Him] before and were of the corrupters?
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    Skanderbeg reacted to certainclarity in Was Ibrahim a.s. a truth-seeker?   
    1- No he wasn't. Although he was given his ROSHD, earlier by Allah.( anbiya:51)
    2- Yes ( maryam: 41)
    3- spiritually , as Allah sends Angels and spirits to stabilize and guide internally ( an Nahl:2 ) ,
    similar to prophet Muhammad's initial spiritual revealation ( Nahl:123)
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    Skanderbeg got a reaction from Wing in Ayatullah Nimr Al Nimr Executed [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    It's obvious as they made Islam into a brand. To them Haj and their Wahhabi cult is big bussiness. They're afraid to be exposed by those who use reason. Because if people do their scholars can pack their bags. That's why I call their followers salafi-bots.
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