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  1. Yep, you’re too far gone. Lost case. May Allah guide you back to the Path.
  2. Big deal, nobody does, he’s not a monarch. The point is you obey him.
  3. Not follow, but obey. And I suppose you don’t obey the U.S. Government? You don’t obey President Trump?
  4. Well duh she’s not your queen, you’re an American, your head of state is Donald Trump. As a Canadian citizen, my head of state is Queen Elizabeth II. And it wasn’t I who called her “majesty” but your friend @YoungSkiekh313 That’s a political discussion. Personally, I think it’s good to make peace with Israel, and that is by no means capitulation or sacrificing the Palestinians. There’s no problem with being friendly to Christians, as long as we don’t actually regard them as friends, because Allah says not to take Jews and Christians as friends. Therefore, befriend them a
  5. That the Shi’ah believe sayyidina Ali b. Abi Talib كرم الله وجهه is the ‘Beast of the Earth’ is mentioned in their commentaries of the Ayah 27:82: أما قوله: { وإذا وقع القول عليهم أخرجنا لهم دابة - إلى قوله - بآياتنا لا يوقنون } فإنه حدثني أبي عن ابن أبي عمير عن أبي بصير عن أبي عبد الله عليه السلام قال: انتهى رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله إلى أمير المؤمنين عليه السلام وهو نائم في المسجد قد جمع رملاً ووضع رأسه عليه فحركه برجله ثم قال له: قم يا دابة الله فقال رجل من أصحابه يا رسول الله أيسمى بعضنا بعضاً بهذا الاسم؟ فقال: لا والله ما هو إلا له خاصة وهو الدابة التي ذكر الله في كتابه { وإذا وقع
  6. I wouldn’t listen to anything from that fanatic Steven Anderson. Not only is he a rabid anti-Semite as his poor excuse for a documentary “Marching to Zion” reveals, he is extremely anti-Muslim, regularly disrespects the Quran and Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم calling him a “false prophet” (God forbid).
  7. I’ll say it again, I will answer that once you tell me the date of the Prophet’s صلى الله عليه وسلم arrival in Medina.
  8. He’s more of a cult leader than an Imam. Imams are by definition men of extreme personal piety and exemplars of a moral lifestyle. The Aga Khan is the exact opposite of an Imam. Muslim leaders generally respect the Aga Khan, giving him VIP treatment and diplomatic protocols when he visits their countries. After all he’s a billionaire and people are respected for money, not their personal merits. As a religion, the Nizari Isma’ilis are perhaps the most heterodox sect there is, yet they are recognized as Muslims. From my perspective, anyone is a Muslim who testifies to the Oneness of Allah
  9. I’m not sure what you mean by “empire racism”. I don’t regard Western imperialism or neo-colonialism as racism, but the liberation of Muslims from tyrannical Muslim rulers and regimes, which is to be highly desired. I do agree with you that the so-called progressives have a tendency to align themselves with anti-Muslim forces, the ex-Muslim movement which is very anti-Muslim including on a political level. By the way, this isn’t limited to the “progressives”, it is also a tendency among a large segment of the Shi’ah. People like “Imam” Tawhidi, and major Shi’ite figures in India, are
  10. It’s called the psychology of guilting, and you’ve swallowed it hook, line and sinker. Who is forcing anyone to convert at gunpoint? How did we jump from not participating in Christmas = forcing people to convert to Islam at gunpoint? Why do you assume the West, or at least North America, is Christian when it’s not? Yes, the population is predominantly Christian, but also significantly non-religious. The State, however, is totally secular. Not only is it secular, it encourages multiculturalism. Does living in the West mean we have to participate in everything that is done
  11. Well, I was born in Canada and am a Canadian citizen. It’s not like I have a choice to obey, what you call, “Christian influenced legal system”. But the truth is our legal system has nothing to do with Christianity. Christianity doesn’t have a legal system, just some basic moral teachings, unlike Islam which does have a comprehensive legal system called Shari’ah. The Canadian legal system is totally secular and has nothing to do with any religion, Christianity or otherwise. As for living in a multicultural society, there’s nothing wrong with it from an Islamic perspective, stric
  12. If they respect you as a person due to your personal merits you not participating in their Christmas may not exactly invalidate Christmas in their minds, but will at the very least create confusion in their minds regarding Christmas. At the very least they won’t take it for granted that the whole world celebrates Christmas, as many Westerners seem to think. On the other hand, you participating in Christmas will serve to validate it in their minds. Seeing a Muslim celebrating Christmas sends a very wrong message that we are okay with their pagan festival. What does it say about a societ
  13. Are you suggesting that some or all of these four narrations are weak? Please explain. I would like your answer to these narrations, we can put aside Sunni Ahadith for now for the simple reason that Ashura fasting is validated in your own Hadith literature. What is the reason you ignore your own Hadith?
  14. What kind of da’wah is it to wish Christians “merry Christmas” and participate in their ritual of gift exchange at your workplace? Real da’wah would be not to do these things. A curious Christian might ask you that everyone is celebrating and participating in Christmas so why not you. That is your opportunity to give Da’wah and explain something about Islam. Participating in their religious festival only serves to validate it in their minds. It also demonstrates to them how unprincipled Muslims are. From my experience, non-Muslims respect Muslims more if they are principled and
  15. It is apparently haram in the Hanbali madhhab too: “It says in al-Iqnaa’, which is a Hanbali book: It is haraam to attend the festivals of the Jews and Christians and to sell them things or give them gifts on the occasion of their festivals.” I’m not sure what the ruling of the other two Madhhabs is. Apparently it is only makruh in the Maliki madhhab, but I will have to confirm that. I have no clue on the Shafi’i ruling. Ibn Taymiyah likewise regarded it as haram to give gifts to non-Muslims on the occasion of their religious festivals. Firstly, Dar al-Ifta and al-Azhar in Egypt h
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