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Hi , It has no authenticity and nobody among Shia Islam faith believes to this also all of links refers to Christianity preaching fantasy stories about Iran.
Shi’a say God has no body. So can not be seen. If Sunnis say He can be seen, they have to admit that He has a body. If not, how can be seen?
A brother wrote:
The answer is very simple. The Qur’an speaks of the hereafter as being another kind of universe operating with different laws.
If you can understand the verse below, you will also be able to understand the "hands”of Allah (far exalted above what they ascribe unto Him).
For indeed it is not the eyes that grow blind, but it is the hearts, which are within the breasts, that grow blind. (Qur’an 22:46)