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Labbayka

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  1. Hello, My dreams are becoming increasingly more religious and I'd like to know if anyone might have any idea what they might mean? At 4am this morning I woke up unconsciously and the first things that came into my mind was I am a servant of the Shaytan. This scared me of course usually when I wake up I usually say the Shahadat in my mind. As I went back to sleep I had a vision of what looked like the Imams return almost rapidly the Kaaba was in the sky and the Imam had light covering his face and was wearing a white thobe and I felt an energy like I did a few week as detailed
  2. I wanted to share something I thought about not too long ago, maybe if anyone is good with polemics they could help me: So Imam Jafar AS supposedly taught both Abu Hanifa and Imam Malik. That’s fine for now, but then why are the two vastly different? For example: In the Hanafi madhab praying with a sadl position is not allowed, where as Imam Malik view adheres to the Shia one where it is okay to pray with the arms down. Then we have the rulings regarding food, for example whereas the Malikis are pretty lenient on the type of seafood they can eat, the Hanafis hold very simil
  3. For those of you who are unaware, Sheikh Yassir Habib has been working on a film depicting what happened at Saqifa and the story of Fatima Zahra SA, I believe that this will feature the door burning incident aswell. For more details: https://m.imdb.com/title/tt13097336/ It isn’t out yet but seeing the reactions online it’s got a mixed response, particularly within our own Shia community.
  4. ‏ورووا عن عمر بن ثابت قال: حدثني عبد الله بن محمد بن عقيل بن أبي طالب قال: إن أبا بكر وعمر عدلا في الناس وظلمانا فلم يغضب الناس لنا، وإن عثمان ظلمنا وظلم الناس فغضب الناس لأنفسهم فآلوا إليه فقتلوه. ‏تقريب المعارف - أبو الصلاح الحلبي - الصفحة ٢٥٤
  5. The first narration came in Sulaym ibn Qays collection, which wasnt 300 year after.
  6. I find the Shia position problematic. If you support Assad who does the same thing
  7. Sorry if my question if a bit loaded but it’s thoughts like these that go through my mind every single minute
  8. Let me just put a few things out there -I am not Iraqi -I’m not justifying Saddams rule But a question on my mind about Allah’s mercy has always been this. Say for example a man like Saddam for example, Gadaffi etc all had genuine belief in God, and they actually wanted to help there people but had to use cruel methods to achieve as such, would Allah punish them? I know Saddam attacked Karbala in 1991 and had the issue with the Kurds but if the battles of Jamal etc can be excused by some could Saddams actions be excused by some especially for the big picture which was to
  9. https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235067407-identifying-sulaym-ibn-qays/
  10. In Sunni Islam your allowed to eat cheese of zoroastrians even if the animal was slaughtered by them ;)
  11. This whole thread is mind cutting. Let’s say God is within us and we incline to do something wrong which we view as a right, e.g. we take one extra date from the market or we put one more minute worked it doesn’t harm no one of course but are we harming ourself and thus God? Or am I mistaken
  12. I’m 21 and I’m looking for marriage. My perceptions on girls have been skewed a lot because I was raised by a masculine code. It sounds awfully cringe but I have a very traditional view of females put it that way. I never had a girlfriend or even talked to a girl one on one for a long period of time. My family can’t find any suitable partner for me so now I’m out on my own. My attitude towards females won’t change, and I believe this is my nature. But I absolutely suck at talking to girls, I feel so awkward and uncomfortable asking about how did your day go etc. I want to have a partner so I d
  13. I know a person who was very religious I’d say but speaking to him I was shocked to find out he did drugs commited zina and drank alcohol. I never would have expected it from him as he came from a religious background and was a junior teacher at a mosque. Why do people like this end up leaving religion
  14. So pure the salaf had the most Muslims killed in any period of history, so pure one Madhab allows drinking, one allows the eating of dogs, one doesn’t allow questioning of anything, and all the Sunni madhabs takfir Ed each other
  15. Salam, Say for example I do wudhu in a kitchen where there is smell of haram chicken being prepared in the microwave is my wudhu invalid? I do this at work
  16. Salam, So I was at a checkout today buying my groceries and I’m pretty sure the checkout guy was Muslim. Anyways I saw him selling alcohol and pork, should I have advised him against it is it my duty?
  17. Imam Ali also thought of Abu Bakr to be a liar sinful and dishonest person during his life and up to his death. A Sunni will say haha its only in relation to Fadak and they sorted the dispute but the actual narration refuted this idea. Sahih Muslim 1757 c It is reported by Zuhri that this tradition was narrated to him by Malik b. Aus who said: Umar b. al-Khattab sent for me and I came to him when the day had advanced. I found him in his house sitting on his bare bed-stead, reclining on a leather pillow. He said (to me): Malik, some people of your trib
  18. Salam bro, I think you should forget about tattooing, we have narrations advocating against tattoos God's Prophet ((عليه السلام)) said: “All the following people were cursed by Muhammad ((عليه السلام)): Whoever feeds the people with money earned from usury or buys food or drinks for himself with such money, whoever records usury in the books, the two people who witness usury, whoever puts a tattoo on someone, and the woman being tattooed, whoever hunts and whoever guides a hunter.” A number of our companions, from Ahmad Bin Abu Abdullah, from his father, from Muham
  19. Sahih Muslim 2913 a Abu Nadra reported: "We were in the company of Jabir b. 'Abdullah that he said it may happen that the people of Iraq may not send their qafiz and dirhams (their measures of food stuff and their money). We said: Who would be responsible for it? He said: The non-Arabs would prevent them. He again said: There is the possibility that the people of Syria may not send their dinars and mudds. We said: Who would be responsible for it? He said this prevention would be made by the Romans. He (Jabir b. Abdullah) kept quiet for a while and then reported A
  20. A more conclusive hadith is this: But Sunnis will still say it isn’t hujjah as it doesn’t mentioned the Ahlulbayt by name: Sahih Muslim 1821 e It has been narrated on the authority of Jabir b. Samura that the Prophet (ﷺ) said: This order will continue to be dominant until there have been twelve Caliphs. The narrator says: Then he said something which I could not understand, and I said to my father: What did he say? My father told me that he said that all of them (Caliphs) would be from the Quraish. But the Sunnis also have this hadith
  21. Salam Brother, do you mind sending over all the references you have of the Ahlulbayt Asws in Sunni books which they take as Sahih
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