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SunniBrother

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  1. Why people make Islam so hard? No ideas. Is not hard. People just complicating stuff in my opinion. I don't see anything to support your claim.
  2. Where is water cooked? This remind me the day the Syrians got into Europe and they where given bottles of water to drink and they started throwing the water away and then complained of being thirsty.
  3. This rule only apply to meat brother and I think Sikhs are monotheists but they don't follow rules of slaughter, but eating vegetarian food from them is okay. I think people misunderstood what the Prophet (s.a.w.s) meant, he was talking about ritual slaughter. But you can get a cup of water even from a pagan as far as I am concerned.
  4. Yes vegetables are halal regardless. This rule only apply to meat slaughtered by others
  5. In this day and age only Jews and Pentateuch Christians enter into that classification because their laws of slaughter match the permissibility for Muslims to eat. Research about Kosher food and Halacha laws of slaughtering the animal.
  6. Ahmad Ibn Hanbal defined the mainstream notion of Sahabas used by Sunnis today, he was friend of Bukhari who took a similar stance on the issue, that a Sahabi is anyone who saw the Prophet (s.a.w.s) even if only for a second and died believing in him. Before that the Sahabas wasn't well defined too Sunnis. It's ironic thou that Ahmad made a comprehensive ranking of sahabas based on the time, merits, virtues, their deeds to help Islam, etc and he regarded Ali (a.s) as the highest ranking Sahabi based on that classifications, the ironic part is that majority of Muslims today dropped this type of
  7. Islam it's fine. We just need to get rid of Salafists.
  8. I personally respect those two I mentioned.
  9. Akhbaris are Twelvers. Just different branch. Khameini and Sistani are Usulis I think.
  10. I still stay on my position that the 12 leaders hadith was fabricated by the Umayyads or Abbasids. No one actually explained why there was a major confusion after Imam Ja'afar Al Saddiq (r.a) which resulted in several splits (not just twelver and ismaelis). If people knew, there wasn't going to be confusion. If someone want to know why and from where I take this position PM me.
  11. Pre- Ahmad ibn Hanbal or Pos- Ahmad ibn Hanbal?
  12. Sure. You go to the Wikipedia link and look their sources. After that you can google - Marwan I
  13. Personally if someone ask me it was some plot of Kaab Al Ahbar... But i am not sure.
  14. That's why it was called First Fitnah. I honestly don't know who killed Othman. No one knows.
  15. Subhan Allah. And I just opened this thread to talk about good things Talhah (r.a) did. Ended up people hating him more (And maybe even me for liking his actions at the battle of uhud)
  16. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marwan_I
  17. In the ensuing hostilities between Uthman's loyalists and A'isha on the one hand and Uthman's successor, Ali, on the other, Marwan initially sided with the former.[2] He fought alongside A'isha's forces at the Battle of the Camel in 656.[2] However, he used that occasion to kill one of A'isha's partisans, Talha ibn Ubayd Allah, whom he held responsible for Uthman's death.[2] After the battle, he switched allegiance to Ali.[2]
  18. Marwān ibn al-Ḥakam ibn Abiʾl-ʿAs ibn Umayya[note 1] (Arabic: مروان بن الحكم بن ابو العاص بن أمية‎‎), commonly known as Marwan I (ca. 623–626 — April/May 685) was the fourth caliph of the Umayyad Caliphate, ruling for less than a year in 684–685, and founder of its Marwanid ruling house, which remained in power until 750. Marwan had known the Islamic prophet Muhammad and is thus considered a sahaba (companion). He served as the secretary and right-hand man of his kinsman Caliph Uthman (r. 644–656) and participated in the defense of his house during a rebel siege. Uthman was, nonetheless, assas
  19. Now Talhah (r.a) committed shirk? He died a mushrik? What are you talking about here...
  20. Yazid (l.a) didn't died of sickness. He died a pathetic death by falling from the horse and hitting his head on a rock.
  21. No. Ali (a.s) was higher then others. You didn't sent blessings to the Prophet (s.a.w.s) just now. But you are very meticulous to send to Ali (a.s)
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