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just a muslim

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  1. I am not interested in debating either of you on any of the topics you mentioned. I simply wanted to correct the incorrect assumption that ahlus sunnah take muawiyah and yazeed as caliphs. they don’t. their ahadith mention the rule of muawiya and yazeed as a kingship. not khilafah. let alone khilafat e rashidah.
  2. I said according to Sunni ahadith. not according to islamqa. I am also talking about the 12 caliph. not khilafat e rashida. muawiya and yazid werent caliphs. they were kings.
  3. lol what? where did you get that from? even muawiyah wasnt a caliph according to Sunni ahadith. let alone yazeed
  4. I have no problem in a Muslim lying to save ones life. Who am I when the Qur'an permits it. But what Imam jafar apparently says goes against the Qur'an. Leaving taqiyya is like leaving salah? How is that? And whoever does do taqiyya has no imaan? Meaning taqiyya is wajib and whoever doesnt do it is kafir? How does that make any sense?
  5. 1. To learn. Not trying to judge. If it is what it is, who am I to say anything? 2. I can’t. I wouldnt be asking this question otherwise. The ahadith I mentioned in the OP. Imam jafar says whoever leaves taqiyya is like the one who leaves salah. While Qur'an says it is permissible to do taqiyya. Implying one is allowed to leave it.
  6. Yes but what about the narrations I quoted? That was the main issue I had. Narrations are telling something completely different
  7. I agree with all this. But narrations which I quoted above by Imam jafar say something completely different.
  8. Salam all. I always thought that the taqiyya that Shias do is basically hiding ones beliefs if one fears harm but it isnt necessary. And my point of view was confirmed by what al-Islam.org say. But the problem arose when I came across quite a few narrations from Imam jafar (عليه السلام). that said otherwise: He said: taqiyya is my deen and the deen of my forefathers. And he has no iman who does not have taqiyya. Usool ul kafi 2/217, bihar ul anwar 75/423 Also, he said: if I were to say that the one who abandons taqiyya is like the one who abandons salah, I would be
  9. Al munajjid manages islamqa.info not islamqa.org, which the OP cites.
  10. I still don’t understand. If the ahadith are considered an invitation and permission, why ask permission again 3 times?
  11. What do you mean? If permission is sought before entering someone's house, do you recite permission and then enter without waiting for them to grant permission? Or do you wait and only when they say something like 'you may enter' do you enter?
  12. provide the source where the most knowledgeable Sunni scholar says its wipe and not wash
  13. let us take everything unrelated to the OP to a different post. and only let the OP discussion continue here
  14. I am well aware of these arguments akhi. I was asking if you were too.
  15. do YOU understand Arabic? or are you just repeating what you have heard your scholars say? I have yet to see any Sunni scholars who say that the Qur'an says wipe the feet and not wash them. and even if they do say so, it has nothing to do with me. I do not follow the scholars. I follow the daleel. and for me, the daleel is pretty clear and correct for washing and not wiping. this, however, does not mean that I believe wiping makes the wudu invalid. so, do you understand Arabic? simple question
  16. I did not ask him about his understanding of Arabic to prove the Shia view wrong. I asked him so that I could explain how the Sunni view of the ayah is justified, at the very least. the most Sunni source youll get: https://islamqa.info/en/answers/69761/is-it-obligatory-to-wash-the-feet-or-wipe-them-during-wudoo
  17. youre again mistaken, unfortunately. https://islamqa.info/en/answers/69761/is-it-obligatory-to-wash-the-feet-or-wipe-them-during-wudoo this is the link to the most salafi/wahhabi website you will find and they say washing is obligatory and merely wiping isnt sufficient. P.S. if you can’t see the link, google 'wiping over feet islamqa' and youll find the first link to their website.
  18. how do the Shia ulama and public view Umar bin abdul aziz as? post if your view is not in the options. im quite curious
  19. really now? Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman and Umar bin abdul aziz were not from Quraysh?
  20. salam. your comment is unrelated to the OP. but if you would like, you can make a new thread and I for one would be happy to tell you my views on the issues you mentioned. brother. do you understand Arabic? because the reason Sunni translations mention "wash the feet" has to do with the Arabic. with all due respect, you are highly mistaken. according to almost all Sunni sources, washing the feet is obligatory and wudu is incomplete if one wipes over them and does not wash them. you need to check your sources as you are highly mistaken. the truth is, doesnt matter if a b
  21. Interesting. Been a long time since I took part in something like this. Will give it a read and give my response tomorrow inshaAllah
  22. salam. so, a very close shia friend of mine is getting married this weekend. and i was wondering if you guys have any suggestions for a gift. looking forward to some good suggestions.
  23. What do you even mean. We as muslims know that there is only one ilaah. To say otherwise would be kufr and shirk. Hence it is impossible to have multiple Gods. But there is a difference between the impossibility of there being multiple gods. And the impossibility of the belief in multiple gods. We know, or as you say, existence of multiple gods is impissible. That does not mean belief in multiple gods is impossible. People believe in impossible phenomenon and things all the time.
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