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Abal Faadhil

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  1. The sealing of prophethood has always been regarded as one of the fundamental components of belief in Islam; it negates the possibility of the emergence of any Messenger after the Prophet of Islam. In any discussion of Islam, we cannot overlook the role played in it by the sealing of prophethood with the Prophet Muhammad. What Muslim is there who does not immediately think of the Prophet's aspect as seal whenever he call him to mind, or who has any doubt that the Qur’an is the final revealed message of God? No religion is known to us that like Islam proclaims the sealing of reve
  2. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) is the last of the divine prophets. After His Eminence, no other prophet is going to be sent by God. The Prophet of Islam, from the beginning of his mission, introduced himself as the seal of the prophets and was accepted by the Muslims as such. The subject of finality of prophethood in the Islamic milieu is considered to be an important matter and it is not in need of evidence. Finality is mentioned in the Holy Quran as well as books of traditions. It is mentioned in Quran that: مَا كَانَ مُحَمَّدٌ أَبَآ أَحَدٍ مِّن رِّجَالِكُمْ وَلَكِن رَّسُولَ اللَّهِ
  3. 1. Thanks for acknowledging your ignorance about Prophet Shees (as). An independent investigator would study about a subject which he is unaware of instead of commenting about it and also drawing baised conclusions from it in favour of his own ideology. This is for your claim of being an independent investigator. Secondly for rejection of Gulam Ahmed Qadiani you insist on fruits being measured. (Please refer your post on December 21) For being measured the fruits should be seen and also be attributed to the originator. But when you talk about Prophet Shees(as) (about whom by
  4. Mr. Hamzah, I am not able to find your answers/comments to a few questions posted by the group members. To refresh your memory and to save you from the trouble of going through all the posts, given below are the unanswered queries 1) If Mirza Gulam Ahmed Qadiani did not play an active role then what about the role of Hazrat Shees (as) who was not able to contribute anything. Will you reject him as well and rejecting him is rejecting Quran? 2) You say that Bahaullah came for unity but this isnt something new. And since his coming the disunity in the world has increased, does t
  5. 325. It is haraam, as an obligatory precaution, to touch the Name of Allah or His special Attributes without Wudhu, in whichever language they may have been written. And it is also better not to touch, without Wudhu, the names of the holy Prophet of Isla m, the holy Imams and Janabe Fatima Zahra (peace be upon them). Rule No 325 of Taudhiul Masael of Ayatullah Sistani (DZ)
  6. Kitab al Irshad by Sheikh Mufeed (AR) - Incidences from the lives of all Imams in one book
  7. One should be careful that he/she does not touch the Holy Names of Allah (SWT), Prophet (SAWS), Fatima Zahra (SA) and Imams (AS) without Wudhu
  8. https://www.al-islam.org/story-of-the-holy-kaaba-and-its-people-shabbar Another book - Ali, The Miracle of Mohammad
  9. If you visit www.al-islam.org you will see a section on History and Politics. There you will find sub-sections on Holy Prophet SAWS, Imam Ali AS and other Imams. You will find books on Life history of 14 Masoomeens which are good to start with E.g. The Message, Hayat al Quloob, Kitab al Irshad, Books of A. Baqar Sharrif, Books of Allama Syed Saeed Akhtar Rizvi etc are good to start with
  10. WS. Yes, DigitalUmmah has given some useful link for beginners. I would just like to add a few points 1. Do not try and read everything in a day. Let your efforts be small but continuous and in a disciplined way 2. Read traditions, incidents, incidents, miracles, exegesis of Ahlul Bait (a.s.) as much as possible as only they are the right source of knowledge 3. If possible, find a partner with whom you can read, discuss and share your learnings and vice versa. It will keep you motivated in this noble path 4. Last but not the least, seek help from Imam Wali Asr (atfs) who is
  11. May Allah hasten the reappearance of Imam Mahdi (atfs)
  12. Marjas are those who have done deep study in religion and can be deemed as experts in the matters of religion. Since everyone cannot attain that level they follow the Marjas for their day to day Islamic laws. Its like referring a doctor for your ailment. Just as a doctor is an expert in medical practice, anyone who has any issues may refer to the doctor
  13. My first reply - To complete the argument
  14. Imams did not get revelations as Quran was already revealed and they were protecters and teachers of Quran. However, whatever they spoke, was from the side of Allah Imams did not bring a new Shariah unlike the Prophets Imam can see angels. There are many incidents which prove it
  15. Miracles are one of the instruments to prove the claim of a Messenger/Prophet. There are various other things that you can put in front of him. Many atheists came in the Holy presence of our respected Imams (especially Imam Jafar al Sadiq (as)) and they proved the existence of God through rational discussions. You can use one of them.
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