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  1. Please, don’t stay like this; Fa’in ma’al usri yusra’ With bad times, there are good times. wasalam
  2. Take care brother, Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you inshallah
  3. Salam, I want to ask a question about this verse and it would be very pleasing if anyone could answer me. What is the meaning of the word wali and how is it used in this verse? I see thousands Muslims reciting the Qur’an, but still not believe in the imamat of Imam Ali (as What does not make them believe if this word wali here does not mean “friend”, as some imply?
  4. Look, There are things and non-things. God being unjust is a non-thing. God can do everything. A paradox is a non-thing and a non-thing does not exist. So God being just and unjust does simply not exist. Because it isn’t a thing, it is a paradox, and a paradox is a non-thing, which means it doesn’t exist. Therefore, this question itself is against logic in all aspects.
  5. This is a very strong point. People who join Islam don’t even know how to pray, because of all the disputes
  6. Beautiful! But, where did I say anything about the end destination of Sunnis?
  7. Good question. I am not Sunni, but both me and Sunnis can’t answer this question. However, how could one know it is our Imams [as] the hadith is referring to: - Our Imams were most of the times silent, while they were guides. Even if they get killed aren’t they [as] the guides? The Prophet (sawas) would as return wounded from preaching Islam. And Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) would never allow him to die. So why did our Imams not act like this? Isn’t Allah with them? - Imam Mahdi (عليه السلام) has been in occultation for the last 1000 years. Isn’t he the guide? - The Qur’an is a very complex, but clear book (surah hud). Why did Allah not mention I don’t criticize them, but I ask questions based on logic, since the matter is not clear (for me atleast)
  8. Salam Why is this verse so confusing? We will being forth every people with their Imam. The next part says: And whosoever will be given his book in his right hand... Is “Imam” record of deeds or what?
  9. I respect your efforts in translating these long texts with the intention of guiding people. And I want to ask you what your view is of Zayd (رضي الله عنه)
  10. I would say Salam first And have an intro talk with the blessed man (عليه السلام) then, I would ask him about the imamate doctrine Before leaving, I would ask him to du’a for me and the whole Muslim Ummah wasalam
  11. No, they are Muslims. This is a ijmaa’ in the Shi’a Ummah. Even Yasser Al-Habib (who is a bit harsher/less open to Sunnis) said that they are Muslims.
  12. This does not clearly reject ahadith. Indeed, Allah mentioned everything, without detail however. First of all: 1. In surah 3:7 Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) says that there are verses that only He knows the interpretation of. So, could you please tell me what the point is of these mutashabihat, of which we don’t know the meaning? Why did Allah place them in this blessed Book if we don’t know it’s meaning? 2. The Qur'an says: “if you do not know, ask the People who have knowledge of the book”. The Qur’an is clear according to you, so why do we have to ask “The People of The Book”? If we do not know, we can read it ourselves. 3. And if you dispute, refer it to Allah and his Messenger (4:59). What is there to dispute dispute if everything is clear. Allah mentions two authorities who we can refer to, if Qur’an is sufficient, why didn’t he just say to us refer it to Allah. 4. What I want make clear is that if the people in the time of the Prophet could refer disputes to him, why would Allah not give us this right?
  13. Pray for me that Allah guids me like he did with you. I would love to attain yaqeen and worship Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) eternally in heaven Insha’Allah
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