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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. Hmmm ok bro. Now, I get it. Thank you and I'm sorry for troubling you so much.
  2. Metaphor shall be according to the attributes of the entity spoken of. Saying roots makes it juzz. I differed on the basis of Tauheed as taught to us. You can keep your beliefs bro no offence.
  3. Well, Shahadat of Imam Ali a s, is a notable event that happened 8 or 9 days before Eid. So, every Imam had grief on that day for sadness of Ahlebait (عليه السلام) during those days. But, our Imams celebrated Eid and prayed on such day, and even meet people and greeted them. There is not a single hadith prohibiting from celebrating it from Masoomee but we shall remember Ahlebait in our days of comfort as Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) said:"Remember the thirsty one while you drink water".
  4. So you say, Imams did not pray Eidul Fitr and recited those duas? You are saying that Allah (عزّ وجلّ) made this day a Eid but Ahlebait differ with Him on celebrating it. Imams reminded us that even they were not spared from being oppressed on this day. However, they did not annul to celebrate it except that Muslims shall know they were oppressed because of being truthful about Islam.
  5. Bro, I have seen wearing students of Hamza. If Mubalig has ijaza from a seminary or recognized institution. He can wear it.
  6. Metaphor shall be in accordance with Quran. Roots are parts of self, that's why Quran calls beliefs as roots of Momin.
  7. God is unchanging but his decisions are his creature. So, if we wants them to change, he will at his will. Decisions are not part of body, they are creation of body. He his himself the time because he created the time and time is at his mercy if he likes, he extends it. If not, he reduces it.
  8. Allah (عزّ وجلّ) chooses as vicegerents either a prophet or Imam. Quran records names of Hazrat Talut (عليه السلام), Hazrat Luqman a s, Hazrat Khizr a s Hazrat Asif Barkhiya (عليه السلام) and Hazrat Zulqarnain (عليه السلام). All were not prophets but leaders. Imams are leaders as well which mean those who lead way. In Quran, Allah (عزّ وجلّ) says we either replace a sign with better one or at least bring similar. If we know that all above were not prophets then what other entitlement remains for them which is mentioned in Quran and which says leader. Quran says:"We will raise ever
  9. There is no clear information about this. I read about Ahraf which is the place where a caller will call and send Salam over people of heaven and curse upon people of hell. Narrations say that it will be Imam Ali ((عليه السلام)). But, there is sayings among people that Ahraf is place where people not knowing God but were good be placed, and its neither heaven nor hell. While Imam Ali ((عليه السلام)) :"If a person is unintentionally kept unaware about Islam, will be tried on basis of human rights". So, there is no such place and Ahraf is for Imam Ali (عليه السلام) and Ahlebait to witness and ma
  10. Faces loved by Allah (عزّ وجلّ) are so beautiful.

  11. Hazrat Yusheh ibn Noon was Imam of Bani Israel after Prophet Moses (عليه السلام). Sometimes, it happened that a Prophet held both the positions of Prophethood and Imamate. For reference, refer to verse of Quran where Allah (عزّ وجلّ) declared prophet Ibrahim (عليه السلام) to be Imam after he ((عليه السلام)) was successful in his trial of sacrificing his son.
  12. Hazrat Yusheh ibn Noon was First Imam after Prophet Moses (عليه السلام) and this is written in our Tafaseer and hadith.
  13. The proof that all other fail to answer our questions is proof of our veracity. As regards, your topic. People does not have faulty knowledge, they are obstinate. So you are wrong about declaring everyone faulty.
  14. Agree with all your views except this. God is sustainer of the gardener and its creator. Our roots are our beliefs.
  15. Are you speaking about saints ? There is no such thing in their poetry and it's a lie. And if you are speaking about wandering kafirs then I dont speak on their behalf. However, I tell you that Imam Ali (عليه السلام) said:"Two things cannot remain together that is faith and kufr". When there is explicit verses in Quran which curses nation of prophet Lut ((عليه السلام)) and you think there can be scholars who be like that ? I will just point to two things which you should consider: 1. Either you misinterpret the poetry of saints; 2. Or you take fabrications to be their poetry since th
  16. This is true about some poems, but not all; many of them are clearly flirtation with teenage boys. And it's not just in the poems. Travel accounts of the period show the same thing. For example, the Moroccan scholar Muhammad al-Saffar, who visited Paris in 1845-1846 writes: European travelers who visited Islamic countries (Egypt, Iran, Morocco, etc.) also found it strange that this kind of romantic same-sex relationships were common in Islamic lands (unlike Europe back then). A lot of fuqaha warned against "looking at beardless youths" in their bo
  17. One who consider himself scholar is a jahil. An scholar never acknowledges that he knows everything. If something good is uttered by him, he says to have learned it from Allah. If he commits a mistakes, he hold himself responsible and repents and is not obstinate about it. If he dont know, he learns. If he gets corrected he accepts. Opposite of him is jahil as said by Imam Ali (عليه السلام).
  18. It is true that "beloved" in many poems referred sometimes to males but in the sense of "fatherly teacher". Beloved is term applied in Irfani poetry whom I reject to be called as sufi, to teachers who removed garb of deception from faces of the disciple after which the disciple knows how to live in the world and where to place his trust and when to keep quiet. In the history of kings, homosexuality was not a strange thing but in land of saints, it is a curse, so caution be adopted while translating poetry of saints because beloved might refer to Prophet (PBUHHP) and one might not blasphem
  19. Lolz, a baby never gets birth without parents and this universe came into being without God. What is meant by personal god?
  20. If something is written on the board, would you think that no one wrote it?
  21. If you exercise something beyond your capacity then one day you may think to leave it. The solution is not to leave because that's what shaitan wants. You try you best, if doubts namaz-e-ahtiyat and sajida sahw. Doubt is wudu, wudu is fine. Repeat when you are likely 100% sure you didnt do wudu as taught by Islam. Hadith:"Deeds are counted in accordance with intentions".
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