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  1. salam aleykum brothers and sisters this is my question. I like to know how shia scholars think about imam Hafs. I thought that the most shia read the hafs Quran, but I just read some-where that Imam Khoei rejects Imam Hafs. can you please give me some information? that's because I have a discussion with some-one about the preservation of the Holy Quran. He said that the high scholars say that imam Hafs wasn't reliable and he talks about the so-called holes in the Quran. (words of Yasir Qadhi). you always have the best answers mashaAllah. thank you already
  2. Salam Aleykum brother. Thank you soooo much. MashaAllah an amazing answer. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you
  3. salam aleykum brothers and sisters. Never did We send an apostle or a prophet before thee but when he framed a desire Satan threw some (vanity) into his desire: but Allah will cancel anything (vain) that Satan throws in and Allah will confirm (and establish) His Signs: for Allah is full of knowledge and wisdom: (22:52) I have a discussion about this aya for weeks. This person keeps saying that this verse means that our prophet wasn't infallible. there are many tafsirs and translated verses about it. I did read the other subjects about this aya here. I gave him that answer, but he t
  4. Salam aleykum brothers and sisters Why the world is against the houthi's in Jemen? I read that many people say that they are terrorists. What is true story? Thank you
  5. salam aleykum. I am sorry for the late reply. Thank you so much for your answer.
  6. That’s true. It just came in my mind at that time, because I saw kids crying. Like I said. I started to think about it later again. We smile if we think about Allah, because HE is loving. The Islam is loving. I am sorry for the Question. Maybe it was a wrong question. I converted to the Islam almost 15 years ago and I am Shia most of the years. But sometimes I do have some questions.
  7. Salam aleykum brothers and sisters. Do you know if ibn Ishaq was a shia or sunni? Because I thought that ibn Ishaq was a sunni, but then I read herehttp://www.answering-christian-claims.com/The-Problems-With-Ibn-Ishaq.htmlthat he was a shia and not reliable according to the sunni. I spoke to someone about the satanic verses. Ibn Ishaq wrote things about that too. I said that the sirat of ibn Ishaq isn't reliable. Now I am just confused. If ibn Ishaq his books are used by the shia, how can I defend the so called Satanic verses? Are those reports about the Satanic verses non-authentic?
  8. Salam aleykum Yes you are all right. I started to think about it and answered them this 2 days ago. (How do you know that they don't cry during the prayers, reciting of Quran and dua? Have you been into their homes? It's something personal. I am 100% sure that they cry in their homes when they are alone with their speech to Allah. example if I am in mosque I also don't cry in the prayer. There are many sounds around me and my kids are there. If I am at home I do sometimes cry. The scholars smile while remembering Allah. The Islam is love. It makes us smile. We don't believe in Allah (سُب
  9. Salam aleykum brothers and sisters. I watched this video and I have an discussion with some Salafi. One person said that the shia scholars don't cry while they pray or during the Quran recitation. I was 100% sure to find some videos of scholars that do cry. I couldn't find any of those videos. I really don't know what to answer anymore. can you give me some answers? It's possible that they cry in their home.
  10. Salam aleykum. I am sorry I didn’t know that. I found many information here a time a go. I can’t find it now. I will do my best to find it.
  11. He would have never returned to Egypt, much less with a whole flock of sheep at that point. His return would only occur later on when God told him to do so. Later as he led his people out of Egypt and was encamping at the mount of God/Sinai in the desert, Jethro came to visit the community and hear first hand the miraculous account from Moses, his son in law. He is reported to have converted and returned to his land to preach to his people Ex18. The implicit meaning as per the rabbinic commentaries is that he went to "convert the members of his family". Obviously, Jethro wasn't
  12. salam aleykum. I just read your article. MashaAllah an amazing article. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you
  13. salam aleykum brother. Thank you so much for the information. I will check your articles. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you I know that the Jews and the Christians lost the meaning of the capital letters YHWH and I read sometimes that Jesus (عليه السلام) and Imam Mahdi (عليه السلام) will bring the meaning of YHWH. Does this mean that the Capital letters YHWH are meant for Allah. Or don't we believe in those capital letters. Yahweh means The Living, Self-Subsisting and in the Quran it also says The Living, Self-Subsisting is YaHayyul-YaQayyum or al-hayyul Qayyum. Does this mean
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