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  1. Insh'allah, ya Habib. May Allah spray rain of mercy on you in Jannah, for thousands of hours! For your help to people is equal to giving knowledge.

    "Yes! whoever submits himself entirely to Allah and he is the doer of good (to others) he has his reward from his Lord, and there is no fear for him nor shall he grieve."

    - Al-Qur'an Al-Karim 2:112

    Specially for you :)

  2. Salam Alaikum brother,

    Since my number of posts per day have been expired, the only reason to answer your questions, is this way! The charts indeed is not a genealogical chart but like I said in my topic, according to Biblical sources (Table of Nations in Genesis 10 (verses 15-19) Canaan is ancestor of 11 groups. The groups can be found on his wikipedia page:


    Now a little search done and I read that in the book "The History of al-Tabari, Vol. 2: Prophets and Patriarchs, An Account of Biwarasb, that is, al-Azdahaq, page 212" it has been stated:

    "Cush (brother of Canaan) married Qarnabil, the daughter of Batawil bin Tiras bin Japheth, and it is asserted that she bore him the Abyssinians, Sindis and Indians."

    Basically referring to people with a "black" skin color. But wikipedia says that al-Tabari means that Cush married Qarnabil, son of Tiras. According to ancient texts dating back to Kuru Dynasty, we read one of them:

    "The country (varṣam) that lies north of the ocean and south of the snowy mountains is called Bhāratam; there dwell the descendants of Bharata."

    Bharata is a tribe where the legendary Emperor Bharata has been descended to. Has it a link to Canaan in Christianity and Qarnabil in Islam?

    Jazak Allah Khair.

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      ShiaChat Mod

      InshaAllah I will reply to your topic. 

  3. According to the image I saw when searching for "Prophet Charts", Canaan was not a Prophet but rather an important disbeliever who was drowned and ancestor of 11 groups of people, including Amorites (the original builders of Babylon)! Jazak Allah Khair.
  4. Verily, that God has strength not even imagineable by the knowledge of His creatures combined! Indeed, Glory be to Him!
  5. Adding the feature @pwwnd123 is talking about would be a great update to the website, aswell it's reputation on the question and answers.
  6. Unfortunately, I can't find any information regarding Ishaq ibn Ja'far al-Sadiq but according to wikipedia, the brother of Ishaq, Ali al-Uraidhi, got religious knowledge from the grandson of Ishaq (because he was approximately 100 years old), Ismail ibn Muhammad ibn Ishaq ibn Ja'far al-Sadiq. I can not find Ishaq's son Hussain. Jazak Allah Khair, brother.
  7. Brother, what has the hate to the enemies of the Ahlulbayt (as) to do with pursuing a relationship? For Allah loves love and not hate in a relationship. Does @zara hussain want to create a new campaign against the enemies or want to seek a partner?
  8. سبحان الله You probably mean the figure that guides the people to the right path prior the arrival of Imam al-Mahdi (عليه السلام). He is called al-Yamani (because he comes from Yemen. According to Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq, he is a Shia (follower of Ali (as)) and he is, according to the Imam, skilled in creating, sharing, and inspiring vision. Such a leader also ensures that his movement and followers of his movement are guided by the vision and the values related to that vision. This means that the Yamani will be able to inspire his followers to be true followers of Imam Mahdi (عليه السلام) and ensure that they stay the course. He will be a descendant of Zayd ibn Ali ibn al-Husayn. He was a noble martyr that fought against the tyrannical Umayyad caliph. The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) said to Imam Husayn, while putting His hand on the Imam's back: "O’ Hussayn, soon a man will be born from your descendants. He will be named Zayd; he will be murdered as a martyr. On the Day of Resurrection, he will enter paradise with his companions…". Anyway, the Yamani will be a rightly guided movement, bearing white flags, that will occur shortly before the Imam’s (عليه السلام) return. Imam al-Sadiq (عليه السلام) said: “There is no flag that will be more guided than the Yemani flag.”.
  9. سبحان الله Salam Alaikum, brothers and sister from around the globe! When I was searching "Prophet Charts", I found that Nuh (pbuh) had a grandson named Canaan (son of Ham). I wanted to search more information about him but I only got Biblical sources for his existence. He was drowned and he had 11 groups of descendants, which include the Hittites. The Hittites were credited (with the Egyptians) for signing "one of the most important official "international" peace treaty between two great powers from the ancient Near East because its exact wording is known to us, known as the Treaty of Kadesh after the Battle of Kadesh." Please include sources and/or translations of foreign languages.
  10. سبحان الله Salam Alaikum, brothers and sisters from around the globe! Here we have a special overdosis of comedy for you! I recited 21 questions Paul asks us (momineen). Here are the questions: 1. If banning people from countries because of their religion is banned, then why do sixteen muslim countries ban Israelis because of their religion? 2. If Islam is culturally compatible with the West, why do eleven muslim countries still execute gay people? 3. If Islam is culturally compatible with the West, why did the majority of muslims living in the U.K. think that homosexuality should be criminalised? 4. If Islam is culturally compatible with the West, why do supposedly modern muslims live in a country like the U.A.E. detain transgender people, when they try to enter the country? 5. If Islam is culturally compatible with the West, why do you have something ritually called: THE RAPE GAME? (He was referring to the mass sexual assault on woman since 2005 in Egypt) and something called bacha bazi (boy play) were old man have sex with young boys? 6. Why do you veil to speak out against Islamic terrorism, yet organize mass protests when someone draws a cartoon of Muhammad (pbuh)? 7. Why do you complain about all muslims being blamed about radical Islam, then shout down and intimidate ex-muslim who speak about against radical Islam? 8. Why do you insist that all muslims shouldn't be collectively blamed for terrorism but then collectively blame all Westerners for the actions of our governments in muslim countries? 9. Why do you insist that Islam is a religion of peace and then threatening to kill me when I say it isn't? 10. If Islam is a religion of peace, why does the Qur'an contain a 109 passages, a call for muslims to wage war against non-believers? 11. If Islam is a religion of peace, why do the police keep finding huge caches of military grade weapons in mosques across Europe? 12. If Islam is a religion of peace, why do significant numbers of muslims living in the West, support suicide bombing? 13. If Islam is a religion of peace, why is there no popular muslim peace movement? 14. If Islam is a religion of peace, why do I routinely receive messages from muslims who agree with me, but are afraid to speak out in fear of being killed? 15. If terrorism is all just a backlash against Western foreign policy, why are most victims in terrorism muslim? 16. Why do you constantly invoke the Crusades, a 600 year old defensive war, to make apoligies for modern day Islamic terrorism? THAT'S NOT AN ARGUMENT! *rage mode* 17. Why do you complain about France banning the burkini, when if Western women visited beaches in Islamic countries wearing what they want to wear, they be attacked and imprisoned? 18. Why do you want to shout down criticism of Islam, by calling it racist when Islam is not a race? 19. Why after every Islamic terror attack is your primary concern a backlash against muslims? Like if a far-right troll kills muslims should our primary concern be a backlash against far-right trolls? 20. If the West is so selfish for not taking in Syrian refugees, why have the five wealthiest muslim taken in virtually no Syrian refugees? 21. Why is the West so evil, oppressive and Islamophobic, why do 50 million of you live here? Ya Ali Madad! That took 10 minutes to write this from a 3:42 minute video. Let's see who is going to answer his questions? Video: Jazak Allah Khair, brothers and sisters!
  11. Praise be to Allah, who gives knowledge at it's utter best. Praise be to Allah, who gave humans the ability to think and decide. Praise be to Allah, who gave the humans the easy way to get angry and cause destruction and fitnah upon the Earth. Peace be upon the Prophets, who used patience within their souls. Peace be upon the Momineen, who used words to be loud and not the voice. Allah knows best, brother
  12. I've read a little bit and when I came to the information of his parents, confusion interrupts me: Isn't he a Sayyid? Or am I wrong?
  13. He has a wikipedia account: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmad_al-Hassan
  14. I can't say anything except bravo. Truth is filtered in you. Currently Russia and China are against this foreign deployment.
  15. I like your channel and appreciate your effort! But what could help is making the videos longer and add some more information on it. You could try to advertise on Shi'ite channels, exceptions are the channels of Wahabbis (Danger Zone for Human Species) of course, or you could give them these hadiths and let them use your channel name in their description? I hope you will have a very happy career on Youtube! (By the way, I am able to help you!)
  16. You are not alone! I have the same situation as you
  17. Kazemi


    I don't think he will return very soon, lol.
  18. Look at those comments and likes! They have no knowledge!
  19. سبحان الله Salam Alaikum (Peace be upon you) DREAM 1: It all started when I was 7 years old. I had (of course) no clue about religion, faith, meaning of life, etc. I was sleeping and all of a sudden I had a dream where I was sitting on my bed watching television, with my mother. Remember, this dream was very accurate and every detail was equivalent in real life. Someone was knocking on the door and I normally never open it (my parents do it) but this time, I did. When I opened it hard wind hitted my face and I cried like someone who has found a friend for the first time in his life. I saw a man with a length of probably 180 cm with a thick beard, green clothes (very clean), green turban, a red ring on his ringfinger and a shining light on his face. A voice told me that it was Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib. I cried even more when I saw his beauty. By Allah I never saw someone like him... He was so beautiful. Now that I'm typing this, I still can't believe how magnificent he was. He had a fair medium complexion but his face was almost entirely covered with pure light. I had a comfortable feeling when looking at it. The first words he said to me was: Salam Alaikum. By Allah, my tears created a sea! His voice was deep with an echo. Just like the Al-Nebras movie where Imam Ali is talking but this time deeper. Time was going fast and I was "teleported" to the local mall (very strange). I was walking with Imam Ali on my left side. His way of walking was unique but straight. He was talking to me but I unfortunately forgot what he said. That's where the dream ended. When I woke up, I was looking for this man, Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib. I found pictures, informations about him. By Allah, even the paintings of him are very accurate. Mowla Ali was more than just a miracle. He was unique, special and handsome. Unbelievable... I believe that this painting is the most accurate of what I saw (except in my dream, he had longer, curly black hair): DREAM 2: This time, I was 9 years old and I began exploring life even further. Islam is Haqq (Truth) and I submitted to Allah. I found it. I was sleeping and saw a dream, with me on the clouds. Strange isn't it? Clouds? Yes, I was not moving but the clouds were. Equal to "cloud surfing". But suddenly, a tree appeared. A very green and big tree, with release doves on it. But Imam Ali was praying near it, with his Zulfiqar on his legs (he was on Julus position). It was a very quiet and peaceful location and birds were flying around him. He dissapeared and I had a sharp bitter feeling when I saw his dissapearance. But a man with a flag on a horse, armor with shining light on his face appeared from the other side. He was coming to me. He only said: Ali. Possibly calling me to come because my name is indeed Ali. He dissapeared too. I was searching and searching to see who that man was. After almost a year of research. I found out that it was either Hussain ibn Ali or Abbas ibn Ali. By Allah, these dreams had such a feeling, I could only focus on that until I die. These illustrations fit my descriptions on my dreams (The sword of the man on the horse was bending like the sword of Zulfiqar). Remember: The Ahlulbayt were very strong in stature, but not like a weightlifter. Note: Imam Ali was not thin but a little bit fat. My Allah forgive me: QUESTION: - What is the true meaning of these dreams? - What have I done to cause them? - Who could this man on that horse be? Jazak Allah Khair
  20. سبحان الله Sister, listen to the Throne Verse (Ayat al-Kursi) often to scare Shaytan off. Video specially reserved for you:
  21. سبحان الله I'm praying for you, Zahra!
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