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  1. I'm a Twelver as well but the Quran is the highest authority. The Ahl al-Bayt a.s. has the right interpretation of the Quran. Then can you explain me why the condition for judgment is there and the punishment itself is not there (in Quran)? Is that logical?
  2. In this, the Quran doesn't have a distinction between married or unmarried persons.
  3. The condition for the judgment of the sin is four witnessess at least while the claimed punishment (stoning) is not mentioned. How is that? The punishment is lashing then who gave the punishment stoning? So you maintain the Quranic condition of four witnessess and then add a punishment to it which is not even in the Quran.
  4. You jump from one case to another. Lets deal with them one by one. The only penalty for apostacy that is adressed in the Quran is the Fire. And as long one lives one may go from disbelief to belief and then again go to disbelief and to belief. The status wherein someone dies is definitive.
  5. Bram


    Oh is is a feast today? Springtime celebration? Well have a blessed Nowruz everybody! This is the first time I celebrate it. Never new of this before.
  6. This principle of personality cult is nowhere to be found in Quran. There is just good and bad and no diplomatic immunity.
  7. Yes but what has that to do with me or you? I thought you had problems with some beliefs. Not problems with the policy of some countries. That is not what this is about.
  8. Ofcourse! The verse is clear about that. The question is rather what it means to you and your interpretation of infalibility.
  9. I don't understand your question. You mean if I think that Allah wanted to please them (the wives)? You're asking the same questions diffirently. Just tell what your point is so that we can continue normally.
  10. You're welcome. No. Again no and what has that to do with infallibility? That's right. Why? Yes He knew what's going on. The Prophet s.a.w. knew not. You tell me. The only thing I read is that his promise wasn't binding anymore and then the verses are adressed at the wives and their bad behaviour. Lying to the Prophet s.a.w. and trying to sabotage the marriage he s.a.w. had with another wife.
  11. Abdullah Ibn Saba introduced Ghuluw but followers of Imam Ali a.s. were already present during the time of the Prophet s.a.w.
  12. What is wrong with Imam Al-Mahdi a.s. having African blood? You're racist or what?
  13. Well, did Umar considered that what the Prophet s.a.w. wanted to tell us to be important then??
  14. If the worshipppers of sun and moon will follow him a.s. then I think something like that will take place. But how and what exactly. I don't know.
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