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In the Name of God بسم الله

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  1. Arba’een or the fortieth, marks the passage of forty days after the martyrdom of Imam Husayn (as) – the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (s) and his seventy two friends and family, in the plains of Karbala. The fortieth day after the demise of someone, is observed, particularly by Muslims from the Shi’a school of thought. In Iran which the majority is Shi’a, the fortieth day after the death of a beloved one is commemorated as much as the first anniversaries. The forty days are calculated from the burial night which should normally take place within 24 hours of death. In Iran it is an observed
  2. Ayatollah Khamenei: Arbaeen is not only for Shi'as, it also belongs to Sunnis this year, the millions of people who were brought together on Arbaeen. This great movement was preformed by a group of Muslims—it was not only for Shias, Sunnis had joined in, too—and it’s reflection stretched throughout the world; everyone bowed down before this event, for they admired it. They called it the greatest gathering of the world. Who called it so? Those who follow the issues of the Muslim world. . This Arbaeen of Karbala is an astonishing event. The enemies of Islam and Ahlul Bayt vainly t
  3. The story of that Angel (which in some narrations is named ‘Fotros’) runs contrary to a number of Ayaat of the Quran: 1. Ayah 6 Surah 66 confirms that Angels do not disobey Allah. 2. Ayah 164 Surah 37 confirms that each Angel has a set position and status. Thus no ascension or fall of status is applicable to them. Therefore, the late Allamah Tabatabei considered such narrations odd and ambiguous and hence not suitable to be relied upon. If one insists on holding on to those narrations, I would say that Fotros may be a Jiin – not an Angel – and it is possible that he may hav
  4. The major difference is that the Shia believe that there is no book of Hadith which is 100% authentic, and that all hadiths must be checked against the Qur’an and the established principles of Islam. In contrast, Sunnis believe that certain books, such as Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim, are 100% correct and unquestionable. These books, however, obviously contain some Hadiths which go firmly against the principles of Islam and cannot be justified in any way, and therefore their claim is proven false through the content of the books themselves. For more information, you can refer to Sheikh
  5. A man said in the presence of Imam Jafar al-Sadiq (a.s), a great grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (s) and the 6th holy Imam within Shia Islam: “Allahu Akbar (God is Greater).” The holy Imam said: “Do you know what He is greater than?!” The man said: “He is greater than everything.” The Imam said: “Then you limited him (as you compared Him with everything).” He said: “So what should I say?!” The Imam explained: “Allahu Akbar means: God is greater than being described.” Reference: (al-Kaafi vol 1. P.117) http://www.askthesheikh.com
  6. The authors of Sunni Sihah (authentic books for Sunnis) have very often narrated from people who were known for their hatred and enmity for Ahlul-Bayt (a.s). Such people undoubtedly are sinners and their narrations should not be accepted. The following are only a few examples: 1. Abu-Horaira. He converted to Islam only about 20 months prior to the demise of the HolyProphet of Islam (p), yet, Sunnis have narrated over 5000 narrations from him, but only 58 narrations from Imam Ali (a.s) who had lived with the Prophet (P) from his childhood! Isn’t this strange?! Bukhari even narrated a Had
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