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  1. [1] Biharul-Anwar, vol.52, pp.250-251. [2] Muhaddith Nouri, Najmutthaqib, pg.832, Jamkaran Press. [3] Kamaluddin, vol.2, pg.652. [4] Biharul-Anwar, vol.52, pg.307, hadith 81. [5] Ali Asghar Ridhwani, Mow’ud Shenasi, pg.524, Jamkaran Press. Reference and to see the complete text: What are the signs of Imam Zaman’s (as) dhuhur (reappearance) and which ones are reliable?
  2. Quran and Imam Mahdi? I found a perfect related issue regarding Imam Mahdi in Quran, you can peruse it in the following helpful link/site: https://www.al-islam.org/mahdi-q...
  3. But, what is Imam Mahdi coming to do? Imam Mahdi (a.j.) will definitely (in-Sha-Allah) come to save the world of the oppression... to reach the justice ... Concise answer: What hadiths tell us is that Imam Mahdi’s (aj) war with the oppressors and tyrants will take eight months and after that, all countries will fall under his rule and a just universal government will be established, eliminating all kufr, shirk and hypocrisy. This will result in no other unjust ruler ever ruling again, and many social sins not taking place anymore. The earth will give out all of its hidden treasures and the poor will be given back their rights that have been taken away by the rich, to the extent that there will no longer be any need for giving charity to anyone, because all are rich and needless. I suggest you to peruse the following detailed answer: (which consists of several related similar questions as well): After the rise of Imam Mahdi (aj), when will his universal government be established and will poverty and oppression cease to exist afterwards? Much info. about Imam Mahdi (difference fields): http://www.al-islam.org/search/s...
  4. IS Imam Mahdi is just a myth? Imam Mahdi is an actual Imam/savior, not a myth. According to both Sunni and Shi'i Muslims, the "guided one" will rise during the end times to conquer all nations. With Jesus Christ, he will bring an end to aggression and injustice, and will establish the Kingdom of God on earth. However, Sunnis and Shi'is disagree about the identity of the Mahdi. According to Shi'is, the Mahdi - an extraordinary human being who will perform extraordinary miracles - is Muhammad b. al-Hasan al-Husayni. He was born over a thousand years ago, and is still alive on this earth, but living in occultation, and will reappear during the end times. For Sunnis, however, the Mahdi will be an ordinary and mediocre man by the name of Muhammad b. 'Abd Allah al-Hasani. In "Imam al-Mahdi: The Twelfth Khalifah in the Sahih Sunni Ahadith", author Toyib Olawuyi argues that the identification of the awaited Mahdi with Muhammad b. 'Abd Allah al-Hasani is not established in any reliable Sunni or Shi'i hadith, but is based on only a few unreliable Sunni reports. By contrast, Olawuyi demonstrates, Muhammad b. al-Hasan al-Husayni is confirmed as the Mahdi in both authentic and authoritative Shi'i and Sunni sources. "Imam al-Mahdi" is a carefully balanced work of scholarship that will both inform and challenge the views of many Muslims and non-Muslims alike. To see the complete text, refer to: https://www.al-islam.org/imam-al-mahdi-twelfth-khalifah-sahih-sunni-ahadith-toyib-olawuyi
  5. Surveying the issue of the signs of reappearance from another aspect(s): The Signs and Symbols of the Reappearance of Imam Mahdi (A.S.) Innumerable narrations contain the signs and symbols of the reappearance of Hazrat Wali-e-Asr Imam Mahdi (a.s.) Janab Sheikh Sadooq and Allamah Majlisi (May Allah Shower His blessing on them) the highly acclaimed Shia scholars have described these narrations among the signs and symbols of the re-appearance of Imam (a.s.) Here we will discuss them wholly from literary point of view. 1. Importance of signs and symbols of re-appearance of Imam (a.s.): Since long all the Muslims in general and the Shias in particular are looking forward for the reappearance of Imam Mahdi (a.s.). It is undoubtedly an established fact like the Doomsday for which no fixed time or period is sounded. Only Allah knows, we know not. We have only to focus our attention on the indications assigned for it. To investigate, to find out and to distinguish between these signals and tokens for the reappearance of Imam (a.s.) is of immense importance. We can assume on the basis of these indications (not for certain) that the time and period is not far away. Due to this more emphasis is given on these signs from the beginning itself. 2. There are two types of indications and signs: The signals given by Ahle Bait (a.s.) are not of one type. Some of the signs told by the descendants of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a) are unchangeable while some of them are inconstant. Imam Jafar Sadiq (a.s.) has said that five signs before the re-appearance of Hazrat Qaim (a.s.) would appear: (i) The appearance of Yemani, (ii) Revolt of Sufyani, (iii) Mysterious voice, (iv) Murder of a pious man between Safah and Marwa, (v) Sinking of Sufyani's army between Mecca and Medina at a place known as Baiza. (Behaarul Anwaar, vol. 52, pg. 254) According to another narration some other sure signs are related by Imam Jafar Sadiq (a.s.) like the division of Bani Abbas in different groups; Sighting of mysterious hands from the sky (Behaarul Anwaar, vol. 52, pg. 206) while other signs are mutable. It can be concluded by keeping both the symbols together that some of them are uncertain. To see the complete text/source: http://www.imamreza.net/eng/imamreza.php?id=4783
  6. More explanation concerning some signs of Imam Mahdi's reappearance: The Signs of the Reappearance of the Twelfth Imam (ajtf) The Signs of the Reappearance (Qiyam) of the (Imam) who undertakes the Office (al-Qa'im), Peace be on him, the Period of Time of his Appearance, an Explanation of his Life and an Extract of what is revealed about his State. Traditions have been reported mentioning the signs for the time of the appearance of the Imam who will arise (qa'im), peace be on him, and the events which will take place before his appearance, together with the indications and features of it. Among them are: The Sufyani will come out in revolt; the Hasanid will be killed; the Abbasids will dispute over worldly kingdom; there will be an eclipse of the sun in the middle of the month of Ramadan; there will be an eclipse of the moon at the end of that month in contrast to ordinary happenings; the land will be swallowed up at al-Bayda'; it will be swallowed in the east-it will be swallowed up in the west; the sun will stay still from the time of its decline to the middle of the time for the afternoon prayer. It will rise from the west; a pure soul (nafs zakiyya) will be killed in the outskirts of Kufa with seventy righteous men; a Hashimite will be slaughtered between the corner (of the Ka'ba) and the station of Abraham); the wall of the mosque of Kufa will be destroyed; black standards will advance from Khurasan; al-Yamani will come out in revolt; al-Maghribi will appear in Egypt and take possession of it from Syria. The Turk will occupy the region of al-Jazira; the Byzantines will occupy Ramla; the star will appear in the east giving light just like the moon gives light; then (the new moon) will bend until its two tips almost meet; a colour will appear in the sky and spread to its horizons; a fire will appear for a long time in the east remaining in the air for three or seven days; the Arabs will throw off the reins and take possession of their land, throwing out the foreign authority; the people of Egypt will kill their ruler and destroy Syria; and three standards will dispute over it (Syria). The standards of Qays and the Arabs will come among the people of Egypt; the standards of Kinda (will go) to Khurasan; horses will come from the west until they are stabled in al-Hira; the black standards will advance towards them from the east; the Euphrates will flood so that the water comes into the alleys of Kufa; sixty liars will come forward, all of them claiming prophethood, and twelve will come forward from the family of Abu Talib, all of them claiming the Imamate; a man of important rank of the supporters of the 'Abbasids will be burnt between Jalula' and Khaniqin. The bridge next to Karkh in the city of Baghdad will be established; a black wind will raise it at the beginning of the day and then an earthquake will occur so that much of it will be swallowed up; fear will cover the people of Iraq and Baghdad; swift death (will occur) there and there will be a loss of property, lives and harvests; locusts will appear at their usual times and at times not usual so that they attack agricultural land and crops and there will be little harvest for what the people planted; two kinds of foreigners will dispute and much blood will be shed in their quarrel. Slaves will rebel against obedience to their masters and kill their masters (mawali); a group of heretics (ahl al-bida) will be transformed until they become monkeys and pigs; slaves will conquer the land of their masters; a cry (will come) from the sky (in such a way) that all the people will hear it in their own languages; a face and a chest will appear in the sky before the people in the centre of the sun; the dead will arise from their graves so that they will return to the world and they will recognize one another and visit one another; that will come to an end with twenty-four continuous rainstorms and the land will be revived by them after being dead and it will recognize its blessings; after that every disease will be taken away from those of the Shia of the Mahdi, peace be on him, who believe in the truth; at that time they will know of his appearance in Mecca and they will go to him to support him. (These signs) are as the reports have mentioned. Among the total of these events are some which are bound (to happen) and other which are conditional. God knows best what will take place. We have only mentioned them on the basis of what is recounted in basic sources of tradition (usul) because of their inclusion in traditions which have been handed down. From God we seek help and Him do we ask for success. ... To see the complete text: https://www.al-islam.org/articles/signs-reappearance-twelfth-imam-ajtf
  7. At the initial step, let's remark concerning if is there is such person (Mahdi) is both Sunni-Shia ahadith or not? Then, I assume you can find your precise answer by seeking in the followings site: www.al-islam.org
  8. Jesus (pbuh) praying behind Mahdi (as) ? www.al-islam.org is deemed as a relevant perfect site which includes of plenty of Islamic issues, and you can peruse it, which has stated a lot regarding Jesus/Mahdi as well. Or you can investigate here too: https://www.al-islam.org/search/site/mahdi jesus
  9. Dear mate, God willingly, you can peruse the following helpful site and find the related query: www.al-islam.org
  10. Oh, yes, good recommendation. Of course I assume the best pray for him (at the initial step) is that we endeavor stop committing sins anymore. And of course: اللهم عجل لولیک الفرج
  11. Dear friend, you can refer to the following perfect site which can be helpful for you to seek for your queries: www.al-islam.org
  12. Dear Student, I found the following site as a helpful related site in which you can find your issues: http://www.al-islam.org/search/site/occultation
  13. And eventually, regarding your two last queries, the best answer as I fastly researched, is in the following helpful site, but unfortunately it is in Farsi (Persian), but I reckon it will be worth of while to translate it somehow (even by google translate) to perceive its concept... : http://www.islamquest.net/fa/archive/question/fa2470 __________________________________________________________________________ Or even perhaps you can find it in the following great site as well: www.al-islam.org
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  15. He would do it at the last day(s) of his life when he ordered to bring Pencil and Paper to write an important issue which will prevent you of being mislead... But, unfortunately Umar (the second Khalifah) said the Prophet is ill and he is speaking in delirium(nonsense!)! Otherwise the Prophet would mention it. (that event is a famous evidenced event...) So, I am sure every fair-logic person can recognize why Umar avoided bringing paper and pencil for the Prophet to write...
  16. The Prophet didn't call Ali as his successor just once, but he declared it by different ways and times... I likewise suggest you to peruse the following links as related helpful issues (it is worth of while to expend your time to investigate and read...): http://www.al-islam.org/shia-rebuts-sayyid-rida-husayni-nasab/question-3-why-ali-ibn-abi-talib-regarded-as-wasi-successor-prophet http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa1817 http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa2707 You can also inquire your precise query in the following question-answer constructive site: www.islamquest.net
  17. To read more related issues and sources: http://islam.stackexchange.com/questions/2393/was-hazrat-ali-ra-born-inside-the-kabba-with-the-walls-cracked
  18. down vote In the name of Allah the compassionate the merciful Masoodi Which is entitled as the herodotus of arabs writes in his "The Golden Meadows" (Murooj-udh-Dhahab) as such: Many other authors have confirmed the birth of Imam Ali (a.s) in Kaaba. Some of them are as following: Also some references such as ( Al-Mustadrak 3:483) have confirmed Kaaba cracked and Fatima bint Asad entered it to give birth into Imam Ali (a.s.). (1)- http://www.al-islam.org/story-of-the-holy-kaaba-and-its-people-shabbar/first-imam-ali-ibn-abu-talib
  19. Why is ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib (‘a) regarded as the wasi {executor of will} and successor of the Prophet (S)? Reply: As we already stated, the Shi‘ah have a firm belief that the position of caliphate is determined through revelation {tansisi} and that after the Holy Prophet (S) the Imamah {leadership} is in some respects like prophethood {nubuwwah}. Just as the Prophet (S) has to be appointed through Divine decree, the wasi {executor of will} of the Prophet (S) too must be designated by Him, the Glorious and Sublime. The biography of the Messenger of Allah (S) is a testimony to this belief; for, in many occasions he designated ‘Ali (‘a) as his successor {khalifah}. Here, we shall mention only three of these occasions: 1. At the Commencement of the Prophetic Mission When the Prophet (S) received from God the commission to invite his relatives to the doctrine of monotheism as it is confirmed by the the verse, “Warn the nearest of your kinsfolk,”1 he addressed them by saying: “Which of you will assist me in this affair so that he would my brother {akhi}, minister {waziri}, successor {khalifati}, and the executor of my will {wasi} among you?” The only person who gave a positive response to this heavenly call was ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib (‘a). Then, facing his relatives, the Messenger of Allah (S) said: “Verily, he (‘Ali) is my brother, the executor of my will and my successor among you. So, listen to him and obey him.”2 2. During the Tabuk Expedition The Prophet (S) said to ‘Ali (‘a): “Are you not satisfied that you are to me as Harun (Aaron) is to Musa (Moses) except that there will be no prophet after me?”3 That is to say, “Just as Harun (‘a) is the executor of will and the immediate successor of Musa (‘a), you are my successor.” 3. In the 10th Year after Hijrah On his return from the Farewell Pilgrimage {Hajjah al-Wida‘}, at a place called Ghadir Khumm the Messenger of Allah (S) introduced ‘Ali (‘a) before a mammoth assembly (of pilgrims) as the wali {guardian} of the believers, male or female, saying: “Of whosoever I am master {mawla}, then ‘Ali is also his master {mawla}.” The important and noteworthy point is that at the beginning of his speech, the Prophet (S) asked: “Have I more authority over you than you have over yourselves?” And the Muslims unanimously replied in the affirmative. Therefore, it must be noted here that in this hadith the Prophet (S) meant by the word, “mawla” the absolute guardianship over the believers, and we can conclude that the Prophet (S) had established ‘Ali (‘a) in the same position which he had. And on that very day Hassan ibn Thabit versified the historic event of Ghadir as follows: Their Prophet calls on them on the day of Ghadir Khumm; now, listen to the call of the Prophet: Then he said to the people: “Who is your Master {mawla} and your guardian {wali}? Then, without showing inattention, they said: “Your Lord is our Master {mawla} and you are our guardian {wali}, and no one among us today disobeys you.” Then he said: “Stand up O ‘Ali! For, I am indeed well pleased that you are the Imam and guide after me.” {Then he said:} “Therefore, of whomsoever I am master, ‘Ali is his master also. May you be their true supporters!” He then prayed, saying: “O Allah! Be Thou a Friend of those who are his (‘Ali s) friends, and be Thou an Enemy of those who are his enemies.”4 The hadith on Ghadir is among the mutawatir5 hadiths, which is narrated not only by the Shi‘ah ‘ulama’ but also by approximately 360 Sunni scholars6 and the number of transmitters reaches 110 Companions. Twenty six prominent Muslim ‘ulama’ have written a separate book about the chain of transmission and transmitters of this hadith. Abu Ja‘far Tabari, the renowned Muslim historian, has compiled the chain of transmission and transmitters of this hadith in two bulky volumes. For further information, one may refer to the book, Al-Ghadir.
  20. You can refer to the link below to see the complete explanation regarding its meaning (Mawla): http://www.al-islam.org/ghadir/meaning.asp
  21. Meaning and Implication Some commonly asked questions regarding the meaning and implications of the event of Ghadir Khumm, and their responses from a variety of online texts. How does the word mawla imply authority? The words, Wala, Walayat, Wilayat, Waly, Mawla, Awla and the like have been derived from the same root, viz. Waly. The various forms of this root-word and its derivatives are the most oft-recurring words in the Holy Qur'an. It is said that they have been used 124 times in the form of a noun and 112 times in the form of a verb. [More....] Master and Mastership, Ayatullah Murtada Mutahhari, Chapter 1 ... However some people did try to interpret the tradition in a different way. They particularly tried to translate the words wali (master/guardian), mawla (master/leader), and wilayah (mastery/leadership/guardianship) as friend and friendship. [More....] Shi'a Encyclopedia, Chapter 3: Ghadir Khumm Part (ii) "The Meaning of Wali, Mawla, and Wilayah" ... As the Sunnis cannot deny the authenticity of the hadith of Ghadir, they try to downplay its significance by saying that the word "mawla" in this hadith means 'friend', and that the Holy Prophet wanted to announce that: "Whoever whose friend I am, 'Ali is his friend!" The trouble is that not a single person who was present in Ghadir grasped this alleged meaning. [More....] Imamate: The Vicegerency of the Prophet, Part II (second half) Now let us see what the Messenger of God meant by the word "master" (mawla) when he said: "For whomsoever I was his master, 'Ali is now his master." Does it mean one who has prior rights of disposition, as the concomitant of the absolute governance of one person over another, or simply a helper and friend? [More....] Imamate and Leadership, Sayyid Mujtaba Musavi Lari, Chapter 3 Doesn't this hadith relate to when the Prophet addressed some people who had been with 'Ali in Yemen and were unhappy with him on the issue of distribution of booty? As regarding the pretext they claim, it is nothing but a speculation and an adulteration. It is the sophistry of confusion and embellishment. The Prophet (pbuh) dispatched `Ali to Yemen twice, the first took place in 8 A.H. It was then that scandal�mongers spread rumours about him, and some people complained about him to the Prophet (pbuh) upon their return to Medina... [More....] Al-Muraja`at, Sayyid Sharaf al-Din Musawi, Letter 58 Wasn't the verse "This day have I perfected for you your religion..." revealed in `Arafah? Al-Bukhari is reported to have said in his Sahih.... from Tariq ibn Shahab, who said: Some of the Jews said: Had this verse been revealed unto us we would have taken that day as a feast. 'Umar asked them: Which verse you mean? They replied: "This day have I perfected your religion for you and completed My favour unto you, and have chosen for you Islam as a religion." 'Umar said: I know the place where it was revealed. It was revealed while the Messenger of Allah, upon whom be Allah's peace and benediction, was halting at 'Arafat.... [More....] With The Truthful, Dr. Muhammad Tijani al-Samawi How could all the Companions ignore or forget about this event if it implied 'Ali's designation as successor? Here the following question arises. Given the fact that the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him and his family, proclaimed 'Ali to be his legatee (wasiyy) and successor (khalifah), emphatically designated him as the leader of the Muslims both at Ghadir Khumm and on other appropriate occasions, how did it happen that after the death of the Most Noble Messenger his Companions (sahabah) ignored God's command and abandoned 'Ali, that noble and precious personage, decided not to obey him, chose someone else to be leader in his place, and entrusted the reins of rule to him? [More....] Imamate and Leadership, Sayyid Mujtaba Musavi Lari, Chapter 7 The important element to complement the research, that is worth mentioning and investigation, may be the sole objection that most often be raised when the obstinates being dumbfounded by irrefutable arguments whereat they resort to wondering and denying that a hundred thousand companions attended the event of nominating al-Imam 'Ali (as a caliph). They all conspired it, opposed and turned away from him, though some of them were the best of companions, and most honourable of the Ummah! I was encountered with such an event in particular when launching my research, as I couldn't believe, nor does anyone, that the issue being laid in this way. But when studying the issue with all its dimensions, no wonder will remain in the minds, as the issue is not the way we imagine or as presented by Ahl al-Sunnah.... [More....] With The Truthful, Dr. Muhammad Tijani al-Samawi If 'Ali was appointed why didn't he use this argument himself? Some people ask why at the meeting held in the Saqifah 'Ali, peace be upon him, did not raise the issue of his appointment at Ghadir Khumm by the Messenger of God, peace and blessings be upon him and his family, to be his successor. Why, they ask, did he not tell the Migrants and the Helpers that he had been appointed by the Prophet so that nobody had the right to contest the succession with him or to claim the caliphate? Had the thousands of people who had been present at Ghadir Khumm forgotten what they had witnessed? [More....] Imamate and Leadership, Sayyid Mujtaba Musavi Lari, Chapter 4 Could this tradition not be interpreted to indicate that the Prophet's intention was futuristic? You have, may Allah support the truth through your person, asked us to be convinced that the gist of hadith al�Ghadir is that `Ali is the most worthy for imamate when and if the Muslims choose him as such and swear the oath of allegiance to him. Hence, his priority to which the hadith hints is futuristic, rather than immediate. In other words, such a priority will take place when and if it is forcibly taken, rather than being actual, so that it does not clash with the caliphate of the three imams who preceded him [in ruling the Muslims].... [More....] Al-Muraja`at, Sayyid Sharaf al-Din Musawi, Letter 58 Isn't this belief of appointment against the principles of democracy and shura? There are people who think that if government were to originate with the people themselves, with the members of society choosing their own leader from among qualified persons, relying in their choice on their own desires, perceptive capacities and relative knowledge of the strong and weak points of various individuals, this would be more in accord with freedom and democracy and thus enable mankind to attain its highest ideal. They imagine further that if the people are not permitted to have any share in the choice and designation of their leader and if the office of Imam or caliph is not a fully elected one, the people will see in him simply a ruler who has been imposed on them. [More....] Imamate and Leadership, Sayyid Mujtaba Musavi Lari, Chapter 11
  22. Return (Rajat) ? You can likewise peruse the following helpful site: http://www.al-islam.org/return-al-mahdi-al-fadl-ibn-shadhan
  23. Belief in the Return (Raj’ah) with respect to Belief in the Mahdi (may Allah hasten his return) Question: According to many traditions, at the end of time a number of the deceased Imams (peace be upon them) as well as others will return to this world. Is belief in the concealment of the twelfth Imam (may Allah hasten his return) and his reappearance in accordance with belief in the return (raj’ah)? In other words, does the belief in concealment and reappearance include the return and all other events that will occur before the Day of Judgment, or is it an independent belief separate from the return? Answer: Belief in the appearance of the Mahdi and Savior from the Ahl al-Bait and progeny of Fatimah (peace be upon her) is a widespread and collective belief of the Muslims and is not exclusive to the Shi‘a. Though the Shi‘a also specify his identity in terms of lineage and characteristics, the belief itself is universal, and its tidings have been given in previous religions in the Tawrat and Zabur as well. And according to the principles of the Twelver Shi‘a school, without belief in it, one’s faith is incomplete, and the acceptance of one’s actions is dependent on accepting it. One who dies without believing in this issue or who does not recognize the twelfth Imam (may our souls be his ransom) as the Imam has died the death of ignorance according to the judgment of the prophetic tradition: “Whoever dies without recognizing the Imam of his time dies the death of the Age of Ignorance.”1 This belief, in terms of influence and importance, is at this level. Belief in the return as well, though it is rooted in the Qur’an and traditions, is not such that the issue of concealment and reappearance not be explainable without it. Thus, the principle of Imamah and the issue of the Mahdi has been discussed in books even without mention of the issue of the return. Still, it must be mentioned that the issue of raj’ah and the return of the deceased itself is an Islamic issue and its occurrence in previous times is confirmed on the basis of numerous verses of the Qur’an. When this is the case, since it has had a parallel in the past, the possibility of its reoccurrence at the end of time cannot be denied. When the return of the deceased has occurred in past ummah (communities), according to well-known tradition famous among the Ahl al-Sunnat, they must consider it possible in this ummah as well: “Verily you will follow the path of those before you…”2 Thus, the denial of its possibility in this ummah by non-Shias is incorrect according to the meaning of this tradition. In the end, while overlooking the verses that mention the occurrence of raj’ah in previous ummahs, for the sake of blessings and grace we mention one verse that bears witness to its occurrence in this Nation: “And (remember) the day when We shall gather from every community a group of those who gave the lie to Our signs, so they will meet one another.”3 This verse indicates a day when from every ummat a group of people will be gathered who gave the lie to the Divine signs, which naturally is a day other than the Day of Judgment. And there is no might nor power save with Allah And our final assertion is that all praise is for Allah the Lord of the Worlds. 1.Bihar al-Anwar, Volume 8, Pgae 368 2.Bihar al-Anwar, Volume 21, Page 257 3.Surah Naml (27), Verse 83 Ref.: http://www.al-islam.org/discussions-concerning-al-mahdi-gulpaygani/belief-return-rajah-respect-belief-mahdi
  24. Yes sir? May I translate that? Or even you can e-mail it to me by: ask_shia@yahoo.com
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