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Alzaynebia313

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  1. Even then, we don't endorse 'our' crimes or see them as integral to our religion. Shia history is the history of our Imams and their followers. I don't think we can ever attribute any evil to them, unlike other Muslims who actively defend and justify the actions of some Muslim leaders.
  2. Firstly, my condolences go out to the Islamic ummah, be it Sunni or Shia. They don't differentiate between us and the poor lives that had to be taken in the past few days did not deserve this blind biased hatred. It really is horrifying and I can't imagine what the families are going through. I live in Australia myself, and the vast majority of people here have been very respectful and supportive and it gives me hope in humanity. However, a few of the comments in the thread have been interesting. We know people like to bring up the "Islamic conquests" and the terrors some 'Islamic' nations have caused throughout history. A lot of Sunni Muslims defend this history even though we all know it is not exactly pure, and as a Shia it is definitely not reflective of Islam. So how then, do I distance myself from such history when the vast majority of Muslims endorse this history and even go as far as saying it was a blessing to the world? I honestly seem ridiculous when I bring up European atrocities throughout history when Muslims have done what is the same in the past. I feel like it is forced upon us as Shia. to be honest, Arab and Muslim are seen as one and we seem to have no choice but to accept Arab history as Islamic history. I feel like this is where a lot of our issues stem from... anyway, this tragedy just goes to show all sides of extremists have the same radical views, even though they seem to think they have opposing views.
  3. Sincerest thank you's to all who made dua, I pray Allah sends His blessings your way!
  4. Salam, I sincerely thank you and I pray to Allah everything will go very well inshaAllah.
  5. Salam sister! Thank you so much it means a great deal! InshaAllah you and your family are very well and in good health!!
  6. Hey sisters and brothers! I'm in a situation where I really need people's duas. The dua of a stranger to a stranger is accepted and I hope even one person can make dua for me. This Wednesday after two years, I have an exam which is really really important. I have no friends to really confide in or family and kinda feel alone. Idk why the idea of opening up shiachat popped into my mind. Alhumdulillah for everything, but my circumstances are somewhat difficult and this one exam is really important. It's funny how a couple of hours can really determine a lot. I know that what Allah has planned for me will eventually come to me but whatever the case I still have to go out there in the world and try. So all I ask is for a few seconds of your day to just pray that this exam goes well for me. You dont understand how much I will appreciate it and how much it would mean to me. I know it seems silly, because its just an exam, but unfortunately my circumstances make it more significant than I would want. Thank you and inshallah all is well!
  7. Salam brother, I relate to the op in a way as I am of similar age and in somewhat of a similar sitaution. Could you please answer this question? I don't know what we're supposed to think the answer is supposed to be.
  8. I am someone who suffers from ththe dreaded waswasa and today I offhandedly said a comment about my class. Would this be considered backbiting since the comment was more or so bad?
  9. Each person to his own. They will be judged them based on their own actions. The Prophet is Allah's best creation and people who disobey him and stray away from his message are at fault, not him. By your logic will you blame the Prophet if this kufr, nifaq and fisq turns out to be more than just an accusation? You'll have dug yourself in a hole. ‎(ولا تزر وزارة وزر اخرى) (And no bearer of burdens will bear the burden of another...) 35:18 So called students learnt nothing and the proof is in your own books. These aren't accusations they are facts which have been proven multiple times on this site. You ask the same questions over and over. This has been spoken about several times on here. Forums are useful it's just a search away No one turns a blind eye. They were traitors and we curse anyone who contributed to the killing of Imam Hussain a.s and again, (And no bearer of burdens will bear the burden of another...) 35:18. You are blaming a generation that came 1400 after for something we had no control over. We stand with the 72 companions who were at Karbala, with Al-Mukthar, Maythem Al-Tamar, Hanaa Bin Irwa. At the very least we acknowledge it and we mourn with the Prophet on the tragedy of Karbala. It's you who turn a blind eye to the fact Yazid was the head of the snake (may Allah curse him and his father). The fact that Sunnis are ignorant and hypocritical when it comes to the battle of Karbala still stands. If you're not willing to mourn at least let others mourn and remember the Prophets grandsons sacrifice in peace.
  10. Why say alayhi alsalam if you don't believe Imam Hasan a.s is infallible? Isn't that reserved just for infallible prophets? I really don't understand how one claims to love the Rasool's Ahlul Bayt but constantly tries to undermine them (Imam Ali's rights), constantly stands against them with mere companions (Fatima Alzahra a.s), constantly belittles them and their tragedies (ignoring Imam Hussain's martyrdom) and constantly starts arguments trying to discreetly disapprove their merits because that is the only way some suhaba will ever exceed them. By dragging Ahlul Bayt down to lift suhaba up. But why is it, when we point out the "errs" of Abu Bakr and Umar you either call us Khawarij who don't know Islam or ignore us completely? Just admit Sunnis hold the companions higher than Ahlul Bayt. And don't give me that "Ahlul Bayt are suhaba too!" narrative. I will NOT accept hadiths which degrade the Prophet and the Imams just because they're written in Shia books. Unlike you, who is willing to accept hadiths which are offensive and disrespectful to the Prophet (and your beloved companions) just because something is in a "Sahih" book (which a lot of Shia scholars have proven it not to be 100% Sahih). Imam Hasan a.s married a hundred women and divorced half? How old was he? Did he have flings every night? Astagfurallah.
  11. Do you know what, I am really trying to refrain myself from saying much because we are in a time of mourning and we really wish you'd respect that. If you are not mourning over the martyrdom of the Prophets grandson, please at least allow the rest of the Islamic ummah to mourn in peace. There's no need to come on our forums with petty and unnecessary comments. W'salam.
  12. Average Sunni is also at fault. Look at all the average Sunnis on this forum continuing to deny this hypocrisy! Nasibis have tainted Sunnism completely and they don't even realise it. Friends are given higher statuses and are favoured over the Prophets own flesh and blood. If only the Prophets family weren't worthy of importance and high statuses but the Prophets Ahlul Bayt excel and have elevated the suhaba in every aspect possible!
  13. I go to an Islamic school which is majority Sunni and today at the Jum'a sermon they were going on and on about how Muharam is one of the greatest months and how the tenth day is the greatest of days! They went on and on about this and I got so angry I was on the verge of angry tears. Look at millions and millions of so called Muslims completely ignore the Prophets grandsons martyrdom and sweep it under the rug. One of the most important battles not just in the history of Islam but the history of the world! The Imam was oppressed during his life and they continue to oppress him.
  14. No this does not mean dumb. He did not say this book of Allah is dumb. He did not say the book of Allah is mute without me. If you're an Arabic speaker or know anything about Shia beliefs other than what you copy and paste you'd know the following: - Shia believe the Prophet and his Ahlul Bayt are talking Qurans. Allah has revelations through 1) words written in a book 2) through talking humans, the Prophet s.a.w.a and his Ahlul Bayt a.s. - Here, Imam Ali a.s is referring the the Quran as the mute Quran (because you know, it's a book that doesn't speak) and he as the talking Quran. Hadith from the Imam is literally self explanatory. (This is the silent book of Allah and I am the speaking book of Allah (Quran).) Hadith less than ten words with a clear meaning. Don't twist and turn.
  15. Conversation is going great so far, but I want to ask a question not relevant to the topic (sorry). Who do YOU (not scholars or anyone else) think are those who are vested authority over you? Any Khalifa who seems himself as an Islamic leader? e.g Abu Bakr, Umar, Muawiya etc?
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