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SunniBrother

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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Mahdavist in What Qira'at do Twelvers use?   
    Hafs and Warsh is the most common form of recitation in the Muslim world. Even Wahhabis use it... And you can find it at every corner.. If Twelvers think this is the most authentic Qirat it shows that their school never really cared about it.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Mahdavist in What Qira'at do Twelvers use?   
    I think Twelvers don't know much about Qirats for some weird reason... They just read whatever Qirat is available to them and sometimes no Qirat at all and never bothered to learn about Qirats... If you ask them which is the most authentic Qirat recited by Imam Ali or the Ahl Al Bayt they stumble.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from sistagirl in Zaydiyya books?   
    Here is a Tafseer made by them on Surah Al Ikhlas -
    Exegesis of Al-'Ikhlās (Q. 112)
    In the Name of Allah the Most Merciful the Most Gracious... My father [i.e. Imam ar-Rassi], may Allah be merciful to him, was asked about the statement of Allah: {Say: He is Allah, the One} (Q. 112:1). {One} means: Individually Unique. The meaning of {the Everlasting}: The One upon whom everyone is dependant, the One in whom is no passing. The One who nothing is after, the One with whom is no overpowering divinity. {He does not beget}, in that the Exalted is not a parent; that would be limiting. {He is not begotten} (Q. 112:3), for He would be in-time creation who begins. The one who begot Him would be before Him. {There is no one equal unto Him}. {...equal (al-kuf'a)} means: likeness or similarity. {One} is what we cited And made clear in our exegesis. He is Allah, the One and Individually United, The One who is like no other; for there would be, in His Oneness, a rival. He is One Everlasting, for He‟s the One all depend upon and Source of all vital. {He is unlike anything. He is the All-Hearing, Omnipercipient} (Q. 42:11) He teaches what is in the heavens and earth. He is the All-Aware, Omniscient.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from sistagirl in Zaydiyya books?   
    I am also researching like a crazy. I agree with several theological points about them. Their fiqh is really unique and way of accepting hadith. They read both the hadiths of Sunnis and twelvers because they analyses the hadith with Qur'an and mutawattir hadiths. They also have their own hadiths. It goes something like this - Qur'an abrogate verses of the Qur'an, Qur'an can abrogate Sunnah but a sunnah is never above the Qur'an and cannot contradict the Qur'an. For example - They do not accept the punishment of stoning adulterers because the Qur'an says flogging. They also don't believe that the devils are chained in Ramadan and the gates of paradise is open - They interpreted like this: When a believer fasts in Ramadan then his devils (the ego and evil inclinations) are chained and the gates of paradise are open (his good character). They don't believe the Imams as infallible, however they believe the consensus of Ali, Fatima, Hussein and Hassan as infallible and above the rest of the sahaba for religious ruling. They don't curse the sahaba. They believe that one who commits major sins and die without repenting is neither Muslim nor Kaffir but something in between. They believe that Muslim rulers should be descendents of Hussein and Hassan, they even point out as proof to see how Jordan and Morocco is blessed comparing to other Muslim countries due to this.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Muslim96 in should i do Muta?   
    1 - Go with your wife
    2 - Help her on chores so she have time to go to gym.
    3 - I am sure you can wait and after that respect her efforts.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Abu Hadi in Current Events Syria/Yemen/Iraq/Arabia (2017-2024)   
    The Problem is that Saudi does not plan to stop it's Wahhabi export in any way. They starting to affect countries in south Asia and other countries with their intolerant version of Islam.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from AbdusSibtayn in Current Events Syria/Yemen/Iraq/Arabia (2017-2024)   
    Also because wahhabis have militant dawah and injunction of millions of dollars in their religious counsels. They have a strong presence in the internet and they promise a "simple a pure" version of Islam while threatening different views of Islam with hellfire.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Shah Khan in Hadith on black clothes in Muharram   
    The first hadith Is talking about how Umar (r.a) used to wear black in hot day, not particularly in mourning.
    I didn't found the book of the second narration. But I didn't found any hadith supporting so I will take a guess that it is a ahad narration and ahads are only probable as said by Imam Al Nawawi (r.a).
    The third narration is talking about shroud that the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.s) was wearing. You completely ignored the Matn of the hadith.
    The fourth hadith I well know, is not surprising that the Prophet (s.a.w.s) was wearing black, as I said in previous post that the Prophet (s.a.w.s) used to wear black in battle and when he was going to talk with mushriks, at home he used to wear white, some narrations also say he used a green turban.
    The fifth case you showed me is a dream related to the student of Imam Abu Hanifa (r.a) (Batini. Something without tangible proof) Again you also ignored the Matn here, is talking about a coffin wrapped in black shroud, I find this weird because Muslims are not buried with coffins and I presume that the shroud of the corpse is white as it is specified in the shari'i law.
    And the last case you showed me about Jinns wearing black at the funeral of Umar (r.a). I can almost smell the scent of Isralliyat in this one because the Prophet (s.a.w.s) was already dead and I fear no one could see jinns after him unless you think some sahaba had knowledge of the unseen. Again a Batini concept. This narration is fabricated.
    I found several shia narrations saying that black is makrooh thou as stated above by others.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Husayni in Prosperity is in Unity   
    I have some sayings of Ali (r.a) from a Sunni book that relate to this.
    "Be good to others just as you would have others be good to you."
    "Show justice before justice is meted out to you."
    "Discipline yourself to not do what you dislike in others."
    "Be kind to one who associates with you; perhaps then he will be kind to you."
    "How you wish to be treated should be the measure of how you treat others."
    "Consider ugly in yourself what you consider ugly in others"
    "Strive for excellence, give generously, and speak kindly to people."
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Current Events Syria/Yemen/Iraq/Arabia (2017-2024)   
    Also because wahhabis have militant dawah and injunction of millions of dollars in their religious counsels. They have a strong presence in the internet and they promise a "simple a pure" version of Islam while threatening different views of Islam with hellfire.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Current Events Syria/Yemen/Iraq/Arabia (2017-2024)   
    As far as I know, wahhabism is the only religious sect that make people explode themselves in ice cream shops with children and profane graves.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from haideriam in Why should I believe in Muhammad over others?   
    Know that Allah, the Mighty and Majestic, created creation and placed intellect in them as a proof for or against them. He placed it in them and demonstrated it in them by means of the effects of His creation and what He created. However, it was not possible for Him to demonstrate to them His desire to command or prohibit them by this. This is because this demonstration is not amongst His attributes. Therefore, creation is in need of a means of demonstrating to them what Allah desires from them.  This is why Allah makes it known that it is a proof for creation. This is so that it makes it necessary to convey to them and establish rulings upon them. This was by means of sending the prophets as a proof to them. If He had not sent the prophets, creation would have a proof against Him. It is as Allah, the Blessed and Exalted, says—in a way to repudiate the repudiators and to respond to the critics: {…so that men will not have an argument against Allah after the Messengers…} (Q. 4:165). Also, so that they may not say: {“…There has not come to us a bringer of good news or a bringer of warning!”} (Q. 5:19). Therefore, Allah sent His Messengers as a proof against His creation. They were to teach His creation what they needed, and it was necessary that they be from amongst them. This should be sufficient for you.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Heavenly_Silk in How do i convert to Islam? Who can help me?   
    I am sorry to hear you had such bad experience with a Sunni. I don't believe Shia brothers are pagans. Yes you'll find many bad so called Muslim on your journey. I advise you to stay away from politics, personality cults and to focus on the message of Islam. Don't focus on Muslim behavior. Read Qur'an as much as you can and relax. Remember the Niyah is very important. Also focus on Adab and Akhlaq. Remember always that you are only accountable for yourself and your deeds, not others.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from MohammadAli1993 in The Delusions of Atheists   
    He doesn't need. Who said He needs? He wanted it to be.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Islandsandmirrors in Why should I believe in Muhammad over others?   
    Know that Allah, the Mighty and Majestic, created creation and placed intellect in them as a proof for or against them. He placed it in them and demonstrated it in them by means of the effects of His creation and what He created. However, it was not possible for Him to demonstrate to them His desire to command or prohibit them by this. This is because this demonstration is not amongst His attributes. Therefore, creation is in need of a means of demonstrating to them what Allah desires from them.  This is why Allah makes it known that it is a proof for creation. This is so that it makes it necessary to convey to them and establish rulings upon them. This was by means of sending the prophets as a proof to them. If He had not sent the prophets, creation would have a proof against Him. It is as Allah, the Blessed and Exalted, says—in a way to repudiate the repudiators and to respond to the critics: {…so that men will not have an argument against Allah after the Messengers…} (Q. 4:165). Also, so that they may not say: {“…There has not come to us a bringer of good news or a bringer of warning!”} (Q. 5:19). Therefore, Allah sent His Messengers as a proof against His creation. They were to teach His creation what they needed, and it was necessary that they be from amongst them. This should be sufficient for you.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from haideriam in Was YHWH one of the names of Allah SWT in the Past   
    There was no Jews at the time of Ibrahim (a.s). The name Jew came from the tribe of Judah much later. Musa (a.s) wasn't from the tribe of Judah, he was from the tribe of Levi, in this sense he wasn't a Jew because the name came much later after the Babylonian conquest of the northern tribes and the only territory left was that of the kingdom of Judah. Those from the tribe of Judah that were in exile in Babylon developed what came be know as Judaism. But it doesn't end here, the Jews today are very different from back there given that they developed after the Pharisees from the time of the second temple. The Jews are offshoot of the tribe of Judah among Bani Israel, they are a oppressive tribe among them. Bani Israel were devout Muslims who worshipped the one God, Eloh, Allah. Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.s) came to restore the pure Abrahamic monotheism, the Tawheed of Ibrahim (a.s), and Ibrahim (a.s) was neither Jew or Christian, but he was someone who submitted himself to the will of the Almighty God, the one and truly living God, Allah.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from haideriam in Was YHWH one of the names of Allah SWT in the Past   
    The funny thing is how everyone here ignoring me and want to compete. The Jews and Bani Israel weren't monolithic, not even Islam is monolithic. There was also 3 groups during the time of Isa (a.s), the Sadducees, Pharisees and Essenes, 4 if you count the Samaritans. Isa (a.s) was a Essene.
    There was two groups among them the Jawest and Elohists.
    He asked about the name Allah is derived from Eloh, Elah, in Aramaic it was Alah and Arabic is Allah and this is from the Elohist side, not the Jawest.
    As if Jews never worshipped anything besides Allah, everyone here is ignoring that they used to fall into idol worship and hence all the warning in the Qur'an.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from haideriam in Was YHWH one of the names of Allah SWT in the Past   
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yahweh
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    Elohim occurs frequently throughout the Torah. In some cases (e.g. Exodus 3:4, "... Elohim called unto him out of the midst of the bush ..."), it behaves like a singular noun in Hebrew grammar, and is then generally understood to denote the single God of Israel. In other cases, Elohim acts as an ordinary plural of the word Eloah (Exodus 20:3, "You shall have no other gods before me.").
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    There was two groups of them. The Yawest and Elohist.
    YHWH - Yahweh - Y*HW*H
     
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    Allah was referred as Eloah, Elah, Eloh, Elohim.
    Eloh - Eloah - Elah - Allah
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    While the Yahwist presented an anthropomorphic God who could walk through the Garden of Eden looking for Adam and Eve, the Elohist frequently involves angels. For example, it is the Elohist version of the tale of Jacob's ladder in which there is a ladder of angels with God at the top, leading to Jacob later dedicating the place as Beth-El (House of God), whereas in the Jahwist tale, it is a simple dream in which God is simply above the location, without the ladder or angels.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from ManofIslam in Why should I believe in Muhammad over others?   
    I did gave you proof of religion and the prophets. Trust me. Proof of God would be far longer. Can you proof that Jesus (a.s) was a true prophet? With so many people claiming revelation, why not be a Jew and follow Moses (a.s)? Yet you are a Christian, not a Jew. Why? You also don't seem to follow those other prophets you mentioned.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from ManofIslam in Why should I believe in Muhammad over others?   
    Know that Allah, the Mighty and Majestic, created creation and placed intellect in them as a proof for or against them. He placed it in them and demonstrated it in them by means of the effects of His creation and what He created. However, it was not possible for Him to demonstrate to them His desire to command or prohibit them by this. This is because this demonstration is not amongst His attributes. Therefore, creation is in need of a means of demonstrating to them what Allah desires from them.  This is why Allah makes it known that it is a proof for creation. This is so that it makes it necessary to convey to them and establish rulings upon them. This was by means of sending the prophets as a proof to them. If He had not sent the prophets, creation would have a proof against Him. It is as Allah, the Blessed and Exalted, says—in a way to repudiate the repudiators and to respond to the critics: {…so that men will not have an argument against Allah after the Messengers…} (Q. 4:165). Also, so that they may not say: {“…There has not come to us a bringer of good news or a bringer of warning!”} (Q. 5:19). Therefore, Allah sent His Messengers as a proof against His creation. They were to teach His creation what they needed, and it was necessary that they be from amongst them. This should be sufficient for you.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from ManofIslam in Sunni/Shia How do you know your sect is on Haqq?   
    Abu Bakr (r.a)
    Ali (r.a)
    Both Ali and Muawiyah
    Hussein (r.a)
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from wolverine in Thoughts 2017   
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from M.IB in Ibrahim (a), was Iraqi?!   
    Maimonides said that he was from Ur Kazdim now in modern day Turkey. The city of Iraq was called Ur of Chaldean. In the Bible it says Kazdim in Hebrew while in the Translation of English they say is Chaldean.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from Waseem162 in Mawalid of Prophet saw opertunity of shi sun unty   
    I am with you bro.
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    SunniBrother got a reaction from islam25 in Controversial ibne Arabi?   
    ? Worry about yourself before criticizing others. Before you call Ibn Arabi a deviant maybe you should carefully look at yourself. Only someone waxed in the pride of Shaytan will think he have nothing to correct or improve in himself. Go in peace.
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