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Ali Riza

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  1. I'm sorry were you trying to contribute something new? Maybe Fatimah (as) should have also spontaneously teleported from behind the door when she was being crushed? So far you guys have added no other explanation other than teleportation.
  2. @alidu I doubt any Muslim, Christian, Jew or atheist historian would agree he was born in Karbala. Even though I know for a fact whatever story ur mentioning is going to be weak, yet you didn't even present your evidence.
  3. Great, so Isa (as) was born in Karbala and Mariam (as) teleported to Kufah. You know guys, Sunnies usually give very reasonable explanations to some of the doubts that Shia being forth. The Shia end up laughing and lolling at the reasonable Sunni explanations. Yet I don't notice a much better job done here, it's actually a lot worse. Lucky for u guys we're not so childish.
  4. I'm noticing so far is that the difference between you guys and Sunnies, is that Sunnies take the religion more seriously. Our answers usually aren't along the lines of "Well you guys have it too so it's OK." I get that all the time from Shia. We on the other hand try to explain things by a critical study of the chain and text. Seems like the infallible misinformed or the "reliable" Imami narrator is unfamiliar with geography or history.
  5. Salam, Found this interesting narration in Al Kafi. وَ بِهَذَا الْإِسْنَادِ عَنْ حَفْصٍ قَالَ رَأَيْتُ أَبَا عَبْدِ اللَّهِ ( عليه السلام ) يَتَخَلَّلُ بَسَاتِينَ الْكُوفَةِ فَانْتَهَى إِلَى نَخْلَةٍ فَتَوَضَّأَ عِنْدَهَا ثُمَّ رَكَعَ وَ سَجَدَ فَأَحْصَيْتُ فِي سُجُودِهِ خَمْسَمِائَةِ تَسْبِيحَةٍ ثُمَّ اسْتَنَدَ إِلَى النَّخْلَةِ فَدَعَا بِدَعَوَاتٍ ثُمَّ قَالَ يَا أَبَا حَفْصٍ إِنَّهَا وَ اللَّهِ النَّخْلَةُ الَّتِيقَالَ اللَّهُ جَلَّ وَ عَزَّ لِمَرْيَمَ ( عليها السلام ) وَ هُزِّي إِلَيْكِ بِجِذْعِ النَّخْلَةِ تُساقِطْ عَلَيْكِ رُطَباً جَنِيًّا Hafs said: I saw aba Abdullah (as) walking in the gardens of Kufah until he reached a date tree. He then did ablution, prostrated and I counted him making 500 Tasbihs. After this, he rested against the tree and supplicated, then said to me: "O Hafs, this is the date tree that Marian went to when Allah told her to shake it etc..." Majlisi says it's SAHIH in Al Mir'at 25/344. First issue is, how did Hafs count the Tasbih of the Imam in prostration? That's not even possible, did the Imam used to make Tasbih in a loud voice so he may count it? Secondly, how come that palm tree is still alive after many years!? How did Mary (as) even reach Kufah!? Heck Kufah itself didn't exist.
  6. Nice little Takfiri trick there by your Majlisi. I've also read in the books of your scholars, that those who say we're disbelievers in the afterlife only do so to avoid being harmed by Sunnies. Meaning it's Taqiyyah, it's done due to convenience since treating Sunnies as open Kuffar is not in your best worldly interests.
  7. I can't help but think your post is lacking proof. The brother posted narrations that clearly imply the Kufr of the non believer in Imamah. He also posted the words of leading Shia scholars confirming this matter. Suddenly an admin on SC comes and says "Nah, they're okay, they won't be asked." How about you list solid evidence? The answer you gave isn't acceptable without evidence.
  8. There you go, that's the Takfiri mentality right there. I call him brother and he says No. How about you answer the man's question clearly instead of a useless post? Why would you address my post and ignore the main post?
  9. I think the Shia should stop diverting the topic and answer with honesty and clarity like their Sunni brothers.
  10. @Faruk, They're not fabricated, there's quite a few of them, all with numerous authentic chains. Rejecting them is dumb, hypocritical and unacademic. If it were only one report with a good chain I'd see your point. But multiple authentic reports cannot be rejected. There also is nothing that conflicts with them.
  11. Do you know anything about Ahlul Sunnah? If so you'd know we don't believe they were elected by the Prophet (saw). If their names were to appear in certain orders, then either it's a subtle sign for their successorship or the narrators Choice. We don't need to justify their leadership. PS. I believe the Prophet (as) intentionally spoke of them in this order.
  12. The narration you presented is most likely invented in the time of the so called minor occultation, when the leaders of the Shia were in big trouble. So they attributed the fabrication to a dead Imam and listed the names they knew ending with the last unknown personality they claimed existed. Thus is why your 12th Imam wasn't even named in the report since they hadn't agreed on an identity for him. Due to this, they got into trouble because the narration conflicts with reality. It says: رَجُلٍ مِنْ وُلْدِ الْحَسَنِ لَا يُكَنَّى وَ لَا يُسَمَّى حَتَّى يَظْهَرَ أَمْرُهُ فَيَمْلَأَهَا عَدْلًا كَمَا مُلِئَتْ جَوْراً "A man from the children of Al Hasan who shall not be named nor called by his Kuniyah until he appears and fills the earth with justice as it was filled with tyranny." This isn't true since the 12th has been named and called by his Kuniyah the whole time. Heck he even has a Wikipedia page.
  13. My friend, we have narrations explicitly stating that the Caliphs after the Prophet (saw) are Abu Bakr, then Umar, then etc... We consider these fabricated even though they suite us perfectly. As for what you quoted, it's a subtle sign at most, but no evidence for the order of Caliphs, heck the order may even have been by the narrators. As for skamran, I assure you it's fabricated by one of your late "reliable" scholars. It conflicts with a plethora of Shia narrations where nobody knew anything about the names or numbers of Imams. AhlulSunnah can give tons of authentic narrations about all fundamental beleifs in Islam, how come that blog you directed me to states clearly that this is the only proper authentic narration you folks have? Al Khazzaz Al Qummi pops up with an entire book on the subject, not one authentic narration except this one? If anything this should cause you a lot of doubts. With all the confusion before and after Al Jawad, suddenly turns out the man listed 12 by names wow... And nobody narrated this major event from Al Jawad except for this one chain. As for the evidence you keep asking me for, I already told you. Why don't you present a single authentic chain about Ali being the guide or
  14. All of those narrations are late fabrications, even the Imami Shia who accompanied the Imams never had a clue as to who the next Imam would be. Heck even by Shia standards you would have a terribly hard time finding anything authentic in this regard. Now if you had read the narrations in your books you'd know that some of the closest Companions of ur Imams constantly asked about the identity of their successors, this is because the narrations you claim existed at the time were in fact non existent. The only authentic Sunni narration that mentions 12 Caliphs from Quraysh is in Sahih Muslim, it disproves your belief and does not list any names. As for "proof" that the narration of Ali being guide is weak, then please go ahead and present me with an authentic chain for it. Don't hesitate. Only 1 will do.
  15. Brother Nero said: (we can say the same about Sayyida Fatima and Imam Hassan. They barely narrated anything. Are they of less calibre than say, Abu Hurrirah?) Not really. Al Hasan was a Caliph, he led huge armies, gave public sermons, participated in politics etc... He was witnessed by thousands and interacted openly and publicly with thousands. No one ever doubted his existence since it is famous and apparent. The 12th Imam was born in secret, his father hid him from everyone according to your stories, he then disappeared without trace. His existence was highly doubtful among even his own Shia at the time as recorded in all Shia and history books that discussed his period. As for us regular Muslims, we've no reason to believe in unconvincing shady rumours by a bunch of ancient Iraqis.
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