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John_313

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  1. Firstly, if you understand rational logic you'll come to know that two contradicting opinions cannot be true, the same works with sects... two different doctrines cannot be true, so in order to find which one is true let's rely on the teachings of Ahlulbayt (as) (if we claim to be following them). Shah Ismail is, as I told you, irrelevant on such matters. Even Wikipedia knows the difference between Twelver Shi'as and Sufis when talking of Shah Ismail, why can't you understand the difference?: "Most of the poems are concerned with love—particularly of the mystical Sufi kind—though there are also poems propagating Shi'i doctrine and Safavi politics." also, nowhere did he spread a Sufi form of Shi'a Islam in his territory back then: "One of his first actions, was the proclamation of the Twelver sect of Shia Islam to be the official religion of his newly-formed state," You can be Sufi Hanafi, but also just Hanafi... however that doesn't mean you can't find big problems and defects while trying to find a truth of that. So, does being a Twelver Shi'a Sufi makes sense according to the Hadiths of Ahlulbayt (as) and scholars (ra) (ha)? Absolutely not, unless you find something to prove the otherwise. You can't find anything of Sufi aqeedah on Ahlulbayt's (as) teachings, where did the deviant belief of Wahdatul Wujood (saying that God is not separated from his creation or that the creation is a manifestation of Him (audhu bilah wa astaghfirullah)) come from? How dare you compare God with objects, there is nothing like that in Ahlulbayt's (as) teachings (and Ahlulbayt (as) have spoken a lot on aqeedah, why can't we find any Hadith from Ahlulbayt (as) to support your false doctrine)?
  2. I'm with an open challenge. Where did in the prophet Muhammad (sawa) or any of the Imams (as) ever say that there are four specific doors called Seriat, Tarikat, Hakikat and Marifet... and where did they say that each of these doors contains 10 levels (all would be 40 levels)?
  3. Ok, thank you for your "references" in Turkish that prove that Imam Jaffar Al Sadiq (as) was part of a Sufi Order (astaghfirullah), if there was any reference.... Ok, now prove to me that your Sufi Orders' teachings rely on Ahlulbayt's (as) teachings. All you are doing is citing irrelevant teachings of yours, to which I'm not interested at all, I want you to present facts. Since you have failed until now to show anything in connection, as well as your brother @iavswn I'm guessing there isn't.
  4. Brother, I explained that the Irfan (Sufism as you want to call it) that was teached by Ahlulbayt (as) is different from what the Sufi Orders teach and I have given examples. There not a single evidence to support your statement that Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha) is an agent. I have clearly responded many times in many topics why it's irrational to suggest so, if you want to respond to my arguments, then not here because you're changing the topic. There are Shi'a mujtahids that recognize Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha), take a look at these certificates from scholars higher than him (ha):
  5. I'm Ithna Asheri Shi'a, and according to our theology the Imams (as) are infallible and sinless. Just another proof that you're not connected to our belief. Showing statements made by Sunni Imams loooool..
  6. Brother (in humanity), you are suffering from assumptions that have no base upon Ahlulbayt's (as) teachings.
  7. Brother, criticism by a great scholar is an opinion, not a fact? What about Ibn Arabi's and Rumi's judgments... they were opinions not facts right? The open criticism of Sufi theology that has been done by Shirazi and Qazwini scholars is an opinion not a fact lol, what makes it less truer than your beliefs that have no base of Ahlulbayt's (as) teachings?
  8. What, looool... who cares about Shah Ismail (who was a ruler, monarch not a scholar), he is irrelevant on matters concerning religion. As per Imam Jaffar Al Sadiq (as): It has been reported that our pure Infallibles (peace be upon them) condemned the one who adopts the philosophers and Sufi’s path. When Imam al-Sadiq (peace be upon him) was asked about Sufis, he answered: “they are our enemies, whoever is inclined towards them then he's one of them and will be resurrected with them. There will be people who claim they love us but they are inclined towards them and they try to be like them, call themselves with their name, and say what they say, whoever is inclined towards them he's not from us and we are innocent from him and whoever rejects them and refutes them he's like someone who performed Jihad against the disbelievers with the messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his pure family)” (Safinatul Bihar, by al-Muhadith al-Qummi, vol. 2, p. 57)" I have suggested a post on the topic of what our Imams (as) said about Sufism and I'm tired of it... at least read my posts fully and search my suggestion I posted. Let me show it again:
  9. What seems that you don't understand is that the Irfan our Imams (as) have spoken of is different from what the Sufi orders identify. For example the Hadith narrated by our Imams (as): "The completion of Irfan is to know us, and to know our enemies." However the Sufis started creating false doctrine.... example, the four journeys is nowhere found on the teachings of Ahlulbayt (as). The deviant statements of their saints which oppose the Imams' (as) teachings and what Imams (as) said about them is enough proof to distance ourselves from them. Again, you can find plenty of Sahih Hadiths on this topic:
  10. I don't consider "some scholars" of Qum as scholars... so to me this is not a good argument to justify the Sufi deviance. If you don't mind me to ask, which Sufi order are you part of? Ahlulbayt (as) has condemned Sufis and those who follow them, the Sahih Hadiths are clear (I have replied earlier). I don't really think we're understanding each other so I'm suggesting this lecture of Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQakze06P3Q
  11. What about Naqshbandi order? Also it's irrelevant what most Sufi orders claim when they don't rely upon their teachings. I can show you many statements made by Sufi Saints that are completely unacceptable for Shi'a (just tell me if you want to know).
  12. Achieving "Human perfection" and absorbing or vanishing into the "Absolute Truth" through Mysticism is based upon false principles that don't have any base on our religion. Such beliefs are deviant... and we rely upon the Hadiths of Ahlulbayt (as). Read what Imam Al-Sadiq (as) says about Sufis. All I wrote was that Sufism goes against Ithna Asheri Shi'a theology. I don't really care how this is similar to others' claims (and it doesn't mean anything to me for that matter), but rather it is the truth.
  13. Mysticism isn't Islamic. Sufism (mysticism) is false and deviant. Sufism is completely forbidden as per the Hadiths of our Imams (as). Focus more on your religious matters and Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى, don't be attached to this worldly life, nor do obey your ego but Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى. This is how you reach spirituality, and Shi'a Islam is the only way to achieve the highest levels of a human being @sidnaq May Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى bless and guide you!
  14. Yes brother, taking such deviant path is wrong according to Sheikh Yasser Al Habib's (ha) judgment when asked about Philosophy and Mysticism. You can find some Hadiths in this topic as well:
  15. Assalamu alaikum

    I'm open to debate anyone (using Personal Messenger) who doubts the rulings and credibility of Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha) and Grand Ayatollah Sayed Sadiq Shirazi (ha) as scholars.

    1. beladalrafidan

      beladalrafidan

      God bless you 

  16. I think I'm coming somewhere right. These websites are not haram because many scholars (ha) have offial websites you could find through google, in Facebook and channels on YouTube.
  17. I don't know brother, I just don't think that you can get accountable for anyone's actions (such as websites using your money in a haram way) because Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى says: And a burdened soul cannot bear the burden of another (Shakir translation of Fatir:18). However, if we're certain that the owner will use the money in a haram way, then that might be the case as the brother said:
  18. Assalamu alaikum If you buy something from a store and the owner uses the money in a haram way, are you responsible for his actions? Maybe this form of argument can be used only towards the websites you don't know what the money gets used for. I'm not a scholar nor do I know any ruling concerning this topic... the best thing to do in these cases is asking your marja's judgment.
  19. How was it chaotic and unethical when It consisted of food and recitations. Do you know what the Islamic barriers and boundaries of ethical practices in this case are? How did the performed celebration by Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha) cause an atmosphere of chaos? I'm surprised and shocked of your ignorance.
  20. @beladalrafidan didn't run out of arguments, I showed you arguments obove while answering @shiaman14...
  21. Oh, BBC, The Guardian and many more articles (do your own research at least) by famous news networks are not reliable? Did you even read where their sources come from? What about Khomeini, how did the shah act towards him when he spoke up. Didn't the same thing happen with Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha) when protesting a tyrannical government? As for the millions, I guess how are you going to prove them, from the same news networks I offered? Why does it have to be Britain the one who sponsors Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha), but it cannot be France the one who sponsored Khomeini? Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha) answers your very complaint in his website through authentic Hadith. Not only did legitimate scholars do that, but even our Imams (as) performed such act. Astaghfirullah brother, did our Imams (as), the masoom act in such way to create disorder in local and international community? May Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى guide you! Ameen! http://alqatrah.net/en/an244 And how do you know that all these conflicts were not made up in order to create a theater just like they did during WW2, supporting both terrorist and Shia groups in order to create chaos and profit from it? The evidences seem very reliable to me.
  22. Assalamu alaikum sister! Wearing Hijab is wajib for women, from Sheikh Yasser Al Habib's (ha) website: http://alqatrah.net/en/an254 and Grand Ayatollah Sayed Sadiq Shirazi's (ha) rulings: http://www.english.shirazi.ir/topics/hijaab Sister, I'm giving a sincere advice. When you know something to be the command of Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى submit to it. Even if you don't understand, even if you don't feel comfortable with it, submit to it. You'll most surely understand and feel comfortable with it later. The reason Hijab is a command from Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى is that He سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى willed so. In my personal view (opinion), Hijab is a test from Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى in order to specifically judge the women who believe and submit to Him سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى unquestionably without doubt and distinguish them from the ones who believe and submit to their ego. May Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى have mercy and guide you! Ameen!
  23. No it's not Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha) the one who comes up with these conspiracy theories... take a look at these links: https://www.google.com/amp/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/36431160 And other links as well: http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2008/10/was-khomeini-agent-of-us-and-uk.html?m=1 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/British–Ruhollah_Khomeini_conspiracy_theory https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2016/jun/10/ayatollah-khomeini-jimmy-carter-administration-iran-revolution and many many many others, at least just do a little research... You (anti-AlHabib and anti-Shirazis) have failed to show a single proof that Sheikh Yasser Al Habib (ha) is a British agent. I have shown you evidences why it's irrational to suggest that he (ha) is a western agent, in many topics... However there seems to be overwhelming evidence that the Iran Revolution was US made. Again, let me repeat: please don't get out of topic! Yes, in many cases major conflicts are made to seem like that, who do you think was behind WW2 supporting both Nazi Germany and Soviet Union just to make a justification to create the state of Israel?
  24. Assalamu alaikum As many are aware, there are many conspiracy theories that the Revolution in Iran was a Western made up conflict because the shah was becoming more nationalist and getting "out of their hands". So they destroyed the regime and made it appear as it was anti-West (just like they are thought to have done with ISIS). I only want Revolution defenders' response to such accusations... I would appreciate if you don't get out of the topic and please reply through rational thinking.
  25. This the ruling of Grand Ayatollah Sayed Sadiq Shirazi (ha) on smoking, which I personally now believe: Question: Is it permissible to smoke hookah/shisha/cigarettes? It is permissible to smoke cigarets and what is known as Hookah, it is however Makrooh. It can be Haram if it brings harm to the body, and the harm which is haram is: Bringing death to yourself or stopping the body or body parts from functioning. Other than that, it is not Haram and is not Islamically considered a harm. http://www.english.shirazi.ir/topics/smoking Very nice by the way, I appreciate you had time to share your story... It also varies on the person. For example my grandfather used to smoke for more than 40 years and just a moment he decided to not smoke and stopped. He never had a problem after his decision. Ameen!
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