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Hussain Haider Bilgrami

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    Twelver Shia Islam
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  1. Assalamu Alaikum We have thousands of Prophets who haven't been named. Some of the ones that we know of have had their message corrupted to create other religions like Christianity which was a corrupt version of what Hazrat Isa (عليه السلام) said. I want to know if the Iranian Prophet of Zoroastrianism was a Prophet.
  2. The title is pretty much the topic. Some ahmadi I met told me that a watermelon refused the Wilayah of Imam Amir al-Momineen (عليه السلام). Firstly, I'd just like to point out how much the Ahmadis hate the Ahl al-Bayt. Secondly, I'd like to say that a watermelon would obviously accept the stuff that the caliph of ahmadism would say. Because it is a watermelon, it has no brain. Anyway, I just want to know where this guy got this from. He sent some weird ibn Taymiyyah source or something but I want to know if there's any other Nasibi theory like this.
  3. In Pakistan, we have a lot of people doing tatbir. The video you sent itself was recorded in a city in Pakistan called Rawalpindi
  4. Assalamu Alaikum Surely a lot of you have heard the story of Rasool-Allah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) when he got the chains of his helmet stuff inside his cheek and when they pulled it out it accidentally lost 3 or something teeth. I am not sure if this story is true or not. I heard some source saying that when Imam Muhammad al-Baqir (عليه السلام) was asked if it was true he said "No, Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is always with him". I want to hear your thoughts on this. Also I heard some story that a companion of The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) heard what happened to Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and then he got a rock and smashed it against his own teeth.
  5. Assalamu Alaikum. I wear a Zulfiqar necklace and a badge for the punjtan pak. I've heard some Shias even say that it's haram to wear these type of things (especially if they're gold). I want to hear anyone's thoughts on this. Shukraan.
  6. Assalamu Alaikum I personally like to debate misguided people on discord and a common thing that they accuse the Shi'a of is that we apparently believe that Muhammad (saww) received the revelation by mistake, and it was meant to be Ali (عليه السلام) who received it. This is absolutely wrong. Here is also a quick story I found on al-Islam.org "While writing these words, I recollect that the Egyptian government during the fifties sent the late Dr.. Muhammad Bisar to Washington, D.C., as director of the Islamic Center there. I went to visit him and he received me kindly and informed me of the knowledge that he had acquired concerning American Muslims. He initiated a dialogue between us, saying: "Some of the Muslims in this country asked me about the various Islamic sects. I declared to them that all Muslim sects are good except the Shiite Ithnashari." I immediately realized that R. Bisar did not know the meaning of Shiite Ithnashari. Otherwise, he would not have been rude enough to say that to me while I am a Shiite Ithnashari (meaning The Twelvers). Thus, we had the following dialogue: Chirri: What is wrong with the Ithnashari? Bisar: They believe in things opposed to Islam. Chirri: Give us an example of their wrong belief. Bisar: They say the revelation came to Muhammad by mistake, and that ‘Ali Ibn Abu Talib was supposed to receive the revelation. Chirri: How did you learn that? Bisar: I read it in the book of al-milal and al-nihal by al-Shahristani. Chirri: Have you asked any Shiite scholar about this subject? Bisar: No, I have not. Chirri: Then you have convicted millions of Muslims and considered them "kafir”without asking any of them about this serious accusation. Did the Almighty command you to do that? And did Egypt send you to propagate such (an unjust) message? A year after our meeting in Washington, I met Dr.. Bisar in Philadelphia at an Islamic conference. He informed me that he re-examined the book of al- milal and al-nihal by al-Shihristani and found that what was attributed to Shiites, that the revelation came to Muhammad by mistake, was not the belief of the Ithnashari Shiite school of thought. It was rather, a sect which existed and disappeared hundreds of years ago. Hearing that from him, I accepted his apology. Yet, I was amazed that it took him a whole year to re-read the book and discover the truth."
  7. Assalamu Alaikum Just a quick disclaimer, DO NOT take what I am saying wrong. Our Imams (عليه السلام) were exemplary in every way. Infallible. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) curse me if I am insulting our Imams (عليه السلام). Alright, now that we have got that cleared out the way, I have a certain topic I'd like to discuss. We all know what taqiyyah is and naturally a lot of these followers of Yasser Habib are against it for some strange reason. However, I heard somewhere that Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (عليه السلام) taught a man how to pray incorrectly because he was threatened with death (I was told this by a user here on Shiachat called 7ssein) and I firstly want to know if it's true and (if that's the case) any argument against it.
  8. I asked a question, I didn't ask for persistent questioning of my sanity for asking about a certain theory. Realistically, had all of you understood that, there would be no replies to this topic. If any Admin is reading rn, just close the topic for review, Shukraan
  9. I'm literally just asking a question to increase my knowledge. I literally never stated that I believe it. I stated that a Shia friend of mine told me this so I wanted to ask about it.
  10. First of all, why are you hunting for my age? Secondly, if you don't have any value in terms of answering my question, then please just go, I am asking nicely. I asked a question. That's literally it. Surely you have better things to do?
  11. I wouldn't care if this topic is closed for review because I don't even believe this, however, I am asking a question, That's it. I'm not saying "sorry im an idiot can someone tell me some wrong fact to I can add it to my collection of idiotic beliefs "
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