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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Bima Bagus Pambudhi in need some advice on ahmadiyya   
    "According to him, therefore, Khataman Nabiyyeen would mean the truest and the most perfect of prophets and not the last in point of time. It refers to his status and place among the prophets and not to the time of his advent."
    https://www.alislam.org/library/khatam-e-nabuwwat/ahmadis-believe-khatam-e-nabuwwat/
    The ahmadiyya do not believe that rasoolallah Muhammed (s) is khatim al-anbiya as per its actual definition, they are kuffar. It is haram to marry him. As for what you've said in bold, you shouldn't really be interacting so freely in a relaxed manner with a man who is not mahram to you, let alone one who is a kaffir. You won't know how great somebody is or isn't until you've actually married and lived with them and they get comfortable. With all this said, if he does become shi'i and renounces his ahmadi beliefs, then you can consider him for marriage.
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from zehrak28 in Shia wants to convince parents to marry sunni male   
    Your father said no, that's the end of it, respect his decision. The deficiencies in his religion are a compelling reason to reject him. You should stop talking to him if you haven't already.
    It breaks my heart every time a young shi'i woman comes onto this site asking for advice on how to convince her father to let her marry somebody who rejects the Ahlulbayt, and follows their enemies. It's almost always the same script. They'll bring the same details of him being pure hearted and having great akhlaq, and how he's "researching" the topics of dispute between us and them, and how he will hopefully convert in the future. Even if he doesn't, he's "okay" with the kids being raised Shi'a. Reality check: he's a sunni. What does this mean? Either he's aware of the historical proofs that deconstruct the religion he's on, or he's not. If he's aware, he's blameworthy for rejecting the truth. If he's not aware, then he's a grown adult who does not care to discern truth from falsehood. Why on earth do you girls want to marry men like this? It's baffling.
     
    Disclaimer: This is not to say that I hate Sunnis, no, they are muslims by shari'a, and I have several sunni friends. I would discourage anybody from hating them, but marriage is a completely different story, frankly our differences can't be ignored on this level.
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from hasanhh in Artificial Intelligence   
    I blame the terminator films.
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from awkwardregular10 in should i do Muta?   
    You're a grown man, you're free to do as you wish within the laws of Islam but be prepared for anything that may follow: wife wanting to divorce, kids, emotional baggage, potential partners who are nasty and give you trouble for a long time, and other things. With this being said, what you want isn't shallow, Allah put the love of women in men.
  5. Completely Agree
    User4628568309 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Chador vs Hijab   
    Sayyidat Al-Zahra (as) is Allah's representative on Earth, she is truth, what she does IS Islam. The reality is that she donned clothing more conversative and concealing than the modern chador you find in Iran. 
  6. Completely Agree
    User4628568309 got a reaction from Ralvi in Chador vs Hijab   
    Sayyidat Al-Zahra (as) is Allah's representative on Earth, she is truth, what she does IS Islam. The reality is that she donned clothing more conversative and concealing than the modern chador you find in Iran. 
  7. Disagree
    User4628568309 reacted to King in Men who marry women for their looks   
    Most men heavily factor looks into the equation. If you have a turbine shaped nose, get it fixed.
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Hadith Al-Thaqalayn book (English)   
    Hadith Al-Thaqalayn, the deposed will of the last prophet to humanity. 
    https://www.al-islam.org/hadith-al-thaqalayn-deposed-will-last-prophet-humanity-toyib-olawuyi 
    I believe this book may have been shared on here before, I think it would be beneficial to share again as it is one of the more comprehensive works on hadith al-thaqalayn in Sunni books available in english. It is common to start a book and not finish reading it, so I would encourage anybody who is trying to find true Islam between the sunnis and the shia to read the chapters on hadith al-thaqalayn at the very least. The author (may Allah have mercy on him) also delved into discussions regarding imamah and the sahaba. 
  9. My Prayers
    User4628568309 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Hadith Al-Thaqalayn book (English)   
    Hadith Al-Thaqalayn, the deposed will of the last prophet to humanity. 
    https://www.al-islam.org/hadith-al-thaqalayn-deposed-will-last-prophet-humanity-toyib-olawuyi 
    I believe this book may have been shared on here before, I think it would be beneficial to share again as it is one of the more comprehensive works on hadith al-thaqalayn in Sunni books available in english. It is common to start a book and not finish reading it, so I would encourage anybody who is trying to find true Islam between the sunnis and the shia to read the chapters on hadith al-thaqalayn at the very least. The author (may Allah have mercy on him) also delved into discussions regarding imamah and the sahaba. 
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from PureExistence1 in Refuting "From Imāmiyya to Ithnā-ashariyya"   
    Ridiculous argument.
    Three points come to mind:
    They're not our earliest books, most of the personal collections of the companions of the imams (the usool) predate them, they were gathered into larger collections such as Al-Kafi, so there was no need to copy and transmit them seperately thereafter, although some (AFAIK) have reached us in their original individual form.
    Al-kulayni and his collection Al-Kafi came before Saduq and his books, and you'll see plenty of narrations from the later imams in there, so clearly he and his mashayikh believed in these imams to preserve and transmit these narrations.
    Both books were written by twelvers. Basa'ir al-darajat was written by Muhammed bin Al-Hassan Al-Saffar who was a companion of Imam Al-Askari (as). How can one suggest twelver theology was later "developed" by saying there's a lack of evidence in a book written by a person who was a companion and believer of the 11th imam, clearly the author of the book believed in it already. As for Kitab Al-Mahasin, it was written by Ahmad Al-Barqi who was born 12 years before Imam Al-Hadi (as) and five years after Imam Al-Jawad (as), and was a companion of both, and he believed in the imamat of both.
    So if one wants to suggest twelver shiism "developed" later you're going to have to do better than evidence that claim by pointing out books written by companions of and believers in the 9th, 10th, and 11th imams, while making false assumptions about them being our earliest works.
    Edit:
    Just realised the objection is about the ghaybah specifically, Qai'm's points are sufficient. It can be added however that there are several narrations about the ghaybah in Al-Kafi reported from the earlier imams (1), given that Al-Kafi is compiled from the usool which predate the two books mentioned, the claim is clearly false.
    http://www.alseraj.net/maktaba/kotob/hadith/kafi1/html/ara/books/al-kafi-1/144.html
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    User4628568309 reacted to Soldiers and Saffron in The Nature of Atheistic Doubt   
    You could be the first one to start that education you know.
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Haji 2003 in Refuting "From Imāmiyya to Ithnā-ashariyya"   
    Ridiculous argument.
    Three points come to mind:
    They're not our earliest books, most of the personal collections of the companions of the imams (the usool) predate them, they were gathered into larger collections such as Al-Kafi, so there was no need to copy and transmit them seperately thereafter, although some (AFAIK) have reached us in their original individual form.
    Al-kulayni and his collection Al-Kafi came before Saduq and his books, and you'll see plenty of narrations from the later imams in there, so clearly he and his mashayikh believed in these imams to preserve and transmit these narrations.
    Both books were written by twelvers. Basa'ir al-darajat was written by Muhammed bin Al-Hassan Al-Saffar who was a companion of Imam Al-Askari (as). How can one suggest twelver theology was later "developed" by saying there's a lack of evidence in a book written by a person who was a companion and believer of the 11th imam, clearly the author of the book believed in it already. As for Kitab Al-Mahasin, it was written by Ahmad Al-Barqi who was born 12 years before Imam Al-Hadi (as) and five years after Imam Al-Jawad (as), and was a companion of both, and he believed in the imamat of both.
    So if one wants to suggest twelver shiism "developed" later you're going to have to do better than evidence that claim by pointing out books written by companions of and believers in the 9th, 10th, and 11th imams, while making false assumptions about them being our earliest works.
    Edit:
    Just realised the objection is about the ghaybah specifically, Qai'm's points are sufficient. It can be added however that there are several narrations about the ghaybah in Al-Kafi reported from the earlier imams (1), given that Al-Kafi is compiled from the usool which predate the two books mentioned, the claim is clearly false.
    http://www.alseraj.net/maktaba/kotob/hadith/kafi1/html/ara/books/al-kafi-1/144.html
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Follower of Ahlulbayt in Refuting "From Imāmiyya to Ithnā-ashariyya"   
    Ridiculous argument.
    Three points come to mind:
    They're not our earliest books, most of the personal collections of the companions of the imams (the usool) predate them, they were gathered into larger collections such as Al-Kafi, so there was no need to copy and transmit them seperately thereafter, although some (AFAIK) have reached us in their original individual form.
    Al-kulayni and his collection Al-Kafi came before Saduq and his books, and you'll see plenty of narrations from the later imams in there, so clearly he and his mashayikh believed in these imams to preserve and transmit these narrations.
    Both books were written by twelvers. Basa'ir al-darajat was written by Muhammed bin Al-Hassan Al-Saffar who was a companion of Imam Al-Askari (as). How can one suggest twelver theology was later "developed" by saying there's a lack of evidence in a book written by a person who was a companion and believer of the 11th imam, clearly the author of the book believed in it already. As for Kitab Al-Mahasin, it was written by Ahmad Al-Barqi who was born 12 years before Imam Al-Hadi (as) and five years after Imam Al-Jawad (as), and was a companion of both, and he believed in the imamat of both.
    So if one wants to suggest twelver shiism "developed" later you're going to have to do better than evidence that claim by pointing out books written by companions of and believers in the 9th, 10th, and 11th imams, while making false assumptions about them being our earliest works.
    Edit:
    Just realised the objection is about the ghaybah specifically, Qai'm's points are sufficient. It can be added however that there are several narrations about the ghaybah in Al-Kafi reported from the earlier imams (1), given that Al-Kafi is compiled from the usool which predate the two books mentioned, the claim is clearly false.
    http://www.alseraj.net/maktaba/kotob/hadith/kafi1/html/ara/books/al-kafi-1/144.html
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Haydura77 in should i do Muta?   
    Her husband has his own problems which she appears to be oblivious about! Or are you one of these matriarchal women who gives Islam a bad name? It might surprise you to learn that the world doesn't revolve around women and their " psychological issues"!
    (irrelevant to the fact that a man is allowed to do mut'ah)
    Maybe she's not a good wife towards him and he has his own grievances...? (see how nasty it is to assume?)
    Not everything is so black and white!
  15. Completely Agree
    User4628568309 got a reaction from Husayni in Refutation of All Hadith that Indicate Mawla means friend in Hadith al-Ghadeer   
    I think there is another pertinent point that can be made about the three phrases in hadith al-ghadeer. Regarding the prophet’s (s) preceding statement before “for whomsoever i am his mawla..”, which is:
    - الست اولى بالمؤمنين من انفسهم؟ (am I not worthy over the believers than themselves?) in reference to 33:6
    If this statement is not a qarina for the meaning of mawla, then a Sunni is forced to conclude that this initial phrase was a pointless and irrelevant thing for the nabi (s) to say as it served no purpose (والعياذ بالله). As we all know, the prophet (s) does not speak redundantly. A Sunni has to explain the significance of this first statement in the hadith if it is not the indicator of the meaning of mawla.
  16. My Prayers
    User4628568309 got a reaction from Husayni in Refutation of All Hadith that Indicate Mawla means friend in Hadith al-Ghadeer   
    The statement is a reference to the verse of the qur’an, and the sunni tafsirs of this verse all make it undeniable that the word awla is about authortity, check for yourself, there are several available here:
    http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/tafseer/tafheem/sura33-aya6.html
    so when the nabi (s) says من كنت مولاه فهذا علي مولاه he’s literally telling us that the authority he (s) commands over us, Ali (as) also has over us, that he is اولى بالمؤمنين من انفسهم
     
     
    Another point: the tafsirs also state that the meaning of awla is not only encompassing of allegiance, obedience and preference for his judgements over their own, but that he is also more beloved to them than themselves, so if anything, for a sunni the hadith means both master and friend, so if they have examples of it being used in the context of friend by a sahabi, that does not necessarily entail it does not mean master.
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Husayni in Refutation of All Hadith that Indicate Mawla means friend in Hadith al-Ghadeer   
    Sunnis believe with regards to the companions that they had pure intentions even though they made mistakes, hadith al-ghadeer deconstructs this as it shows you can not fight Amir Al-mu’mineen with pure intentions as
    1) he is the mawla of every mu’min
    2) the prophet made a du’a for Allah to have enmity with whoever shows Ali enmity
    so Aisha and Muawiya could not have had pure intentions when they fought him
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Panzerwaffe in Refutation of All Hadith that Indicate Mawla means friend in Hadith al-Ghadeer   
    Sunnis believe with regards to the companions that they had pure intentions even though they made mistakes, hadith al-ghadeer deconstructs this as it shows you can not fight Amir Al-mu’mineen with pure intentions as
    1) he is the mawla of every mu’min
    2) the prophet made a du’a for Allah to have enmity with whoever shows Ali enmity
    so Aisha and Muawiya could not have had pure intentions when they fought him
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Refutation of All Hadith that Indicate Mawla means friend in Hadith al-Ghadeer   
    Sunnis believe with regards to the companions that they had pure intentions even though they made mistakes, hadith al-ghadeer deconstructs this as it shows you can not fight Amir Al-mu’mineen with pure intentions as
    1) he is the mawla of every mu’min
    2) the prophet made a du’a for Allah to have enmity with whoever shows Ali enmity
    so Aisha and Muawiya could not have had pure intentions when they fought him
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from Follower of Ahlulbayt in Refutation of All Hadith that Indicate Mawla means friend in Hadith al-Ghadeer   
    Sunnis believe with regards to the companions that they had pure intentions even though they made mistakes, hadith al-ghadeer deconstructs this as it shows you can not fight Amir Al-mu’mineen with pure intentions as
    1) he is the mawla of every mu’min
    2) the prophet made a du’a for Allah to have enmity with whoever shows Ali enmity
    so Aisha and Muawiya could not have had pure intentions when they fought him
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    User4628568309 got a reaction from abuhaydar in Refutation of All Hadith that Indicate Mawla means friend in Hadith al-Ghadeer   
    I think there is another pertinent point that can be made about the three phrases in hadith al-ghadeer. Regarding the prophet’s (s) preceding statement before “for whomsoever i am his mawla..”, which is:
    - الست اولى بالمؤمنين من انفسهم؟ (am I not worthy over the believers than themselves?) in reference to 33:6
    If this statement is not a qarina for the meaning of mawla, then a Sunni is forced to conclude that this initial phrase was a pointless and irrelevant thing for the nabi (s) to say as it served no purpose (والعياذ بالله). As we all know, the prophet (s) does not speak redundantly. A Sunni has to explain the significance of this first statement in the hadith if it is not the indicator of the meaning of mawla.
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    User4628568309 reacted to mesbah in John McCain Dies   
    Exactly what I wanted to say but I feared some members would get upset or offended.
    The story of many of 'great historical American figures' is that of McCain. Because naive people said let's remain silent, the propaganda made heroes out of them.
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    User4628568309 reacted to shiasoldier786 in John McCain Dies   
    This tweet is on point
     
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    User4628568309 reacted to starlight in John McCain Dies   
    I did not post my opinion, it's word of Imam(as) that I posted generally about people who do not raise their voices against an oppressive ruler. It is another difference between the shias and sunnis that not many people know about. 
    The Sunni consensus is that it is incumbent to obey a tyrannical ruler(though a muslim, but nevertheless)even though he might be an oppressor or even if he forcibly usurps and seizes people’s property. The only thing they are allowed to do tell others of his oppressive acts. 
    In contrast, according to shia belief  not only obeying a tyrannical and corrupt ruler not to incumbent, but consider it to be haram by the Islamic law to submit to such a leader. .
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    User4628568309 reacted to Panzerwaffe in "Whoever harms ʿAlī harms me, too.”   
    Ridiculous Sunni "hadith criticism " will always be a joke until they admit Aisha is an unreliable narrator someone who lied directly to the prophet and this event is recorded in the quran
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