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M.A Hayyan

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  1. I did not quote Einstein in order that you understand Einstein's brain. The purpose of quoting Einstein here is to make you know whatever you have been arguing is futile and useless. Also, you are unable to explain on what basis you are defending shia islam? If questions are not raised, should I become silent? You need to see things from other's perspective as well because if you fail to do so, it will only make you more perplexed about the idea you are trying to make me understand. So, please avoid beating about the bush and stick to the point.
  2. I need to read some basic level books on shia Islam. If anyone can help, I will be grateful. Thank you!
  3. If you cannot explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough--Albert Einstein
  4. You are not a follower of Ahl Aal Bait AS, It is clear from close hardheartedness.
  5. Well... thank you everyone for your help. I have been asking Allah for the guidance of the right path and he is giving me more love of Ahl al Bait (AS) day by day. Although the area I live in is majorly Ahl al Sunnah sect dominated, most of the clergies are uneducated, illiterate and living far away from twenty first century. Clergies, all in all, when address the general public their discussion includes either sectarianism or self interest of their own mosque. I have never met any shia scholar before; rather, to be very honest, I took a course at university in which my teacher taught me about history of Islam, who was a follower of Ahl al Bait AS. In his course, I came to know about some of the facts I was unaware of previously, like marwan bin hakam case, and mawiyah e.t.c. As soon as I finished my course, my curiosity to know about shia islam increased. Then, I took another course from a female teacher whose piety, self righteousness and commitment also made me to know about shia islam. Now, at the peak of my interest, I really want either to have a guidance of shia scholar, whom I cannot find near my area or I want to run away from my home and join Hawza ilmia for studies. What do you guys suggest?
  6. I am not afraid to ask questions because it's my right to ask the right question from a rightly guided individual, rather from an individual trying to humiliate others upon asking a pinching question. One may have accepted its religion without asking and understanding religion but one cannot learn religion without raising questions on the building blocks of religion. Your concepts and logic come quite later, as they are not the matter of concern right now. In order to gain the proper understanding of religion, one has to put in a lot of concerning questions. And I will not be afraid to ask question about a thing which is leading me astray. I will love to study the basics and ask questions like a kid if it is leading me to a straight path.
  7. Unfortunately, I don't know Arabic but I am trying learn Arabic on my own.
  8. 1) No. I could have discussed them later on, but for me those questions should have been addressed earlier because those questions are the major questions being raised on shia islam wherever you go. Moreover, it is because of those questions, shia fail to attract non muslims to their community (personal view) 2) No. I read somewhere and I put that in my questions, however, I will be more careful about such things. 3) Allah is AADIL but Allah has 98 other names as well, It means we should say that we pick one of the names among those names and make them a pillar of Islam. Don't you think all these interpretations after the demise of Prophet SAW created tension and divisions among Muslims?
  9. Though it is a very scholarly and an academic level discussion, we need to discuss it step by step. The points upon which we have agreement are: Tawheed, Prophethood and Qayamah. The rest of the two according to you are: Adal and Imamah. Let's talk about Adal: The verses that you have quoted above do not give direct significance of Adal or Imamah. I believe it's an interpretation to comply the verse to Imamah. Now Imamah: As you have quoted some verses in the favor of Imamah, did Prophet SAW give any Ahadith or signs of Imamah to be followed after him in a direct way?
  10. Where is Hajj, zakah, and fasting? Why do you believe in adal and Imamah? Are these pillars of islam given to you by Hazrat Ali?
  11. Bro if it offended you my apologies for that, but I;m asking same kind of questions from sunnis too, and they get offended the same way... don't know where to go
  12. I believe somewhere shias are right, somewhere sunnis.
  13. and for me it will be better to just be in between shias and sunnis, rather become a radical like you.
  14. First, I'm not defining Shias on my own turn I respect both sunnis and shias point of views, though somewhere shias are wrong and somewhere they are right. Somewhere sunnis are wrong and shias are right. And thank you for giving me fatawa of a kafir. You have proved yourself that how devoted you are with teachings of Ahl al Bait AS... May Allah forgive you for saying so
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