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  1. Chapter 5 aya 6- The changing of `wipe' وَامْسَحُوا to 'wash' your feet and ankles: O believers! When you rise up for prayer, wash your faces and your hands up to the elbows, wipe your heads, and wash your feet to the ankles (5:6) https://quran.com/5/6 Chapter 4 aya 24 - The changing of 'muta' اسْتَمْتَعْتُم to 'consummated marriage' with their due dowries:
  2. Recently I've been obsessed with Surah Al Ma'ida. Especially the last few verses showing the conversation between Nabi Esa (عليه السلام) and Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)
  3. Its pretty clear for Shia's, but what about Sunni's? ......Abu Lahab? There is a whole chapter in the Quran called 'The Hypocrites', but there doesn't seem to be any significant personalities, or there are only very few that might qualify as hypocrites. Sunnis generally undervalue (lack of a better word) the possibility that Prophet Mohamed (عليه السلام) could have 'sahabas' that betray him. They see it as some type of fault in the Prophet (عليه السلام)if he cannot spot the fakes. They think its an insult for Shia's to believe that most of the Prophets (عليه السلام) so called friends
  4. - This is a Shia website lol. - As to how we take our sect as a serious contender.... well when you're confident in what you believe in, and are validated by historical facts then there is nothing to not take serious. I have always said this but there are some debatable aspects of Shi'sm ( i.e. intercession). However, one thing I will never be convinced on is that all 'sahabas' were good, just, and that I should respect them regardless of their actions. I don't have the heart to do such a betrayal to the Prophet and his family. - In many countries we are a minority, but a very sig
  5. Why are Islam, Christianity and Judaism called Abrahamic religions and not Adamic - since Prophet Adam AS was the first prophet that started it all? Also, under 'Adamic' religions we could also include other minor religions such as Mandaeism (Followers of Prophet Yahya AS still exists in Iraq).
  6. @NightclawThere are plenty of other posts that discuss the wilaya, infalability, Imam Mehdi etc etc. they have have been debated many times on here. What is your point in hijacking the thread to what suits you? There was nothing wrong with what @Zainuu initially commented. @Zainuu tailored his comment to the poster of this topic and the way he styled his questions/arguments - which had nothing to do with you. You may be offended because you feel you are more educated than the average Sunni . But there are plenty (most) of Sunnis AND Shias that are mere laymen that have
  7. Yes Quran and hadith/Sunna through the Ahlulbayt. Did you seriously ask this question without knowing the basics of Shia? Yes worship Allah Alone, what is your point LOL. Its like you're just imposing your preconceived ideas onto Shia's, and you don't have much knowledge of even the basics. Again preconceived ideas about Shism that you expect us to take seriously. If you're hinting at shirk, then take this elsewhere like someone has already suggested. Not only is your knowledge of Shisms below average, but your knowledge of Islam is also questionable. If Allah has never s
  8. Salam Anyone who has this app will know the amount of hate and propaganda content Wahabi/Salafi TikiTok users are creating and spreading on there about Shia's. Many Shia TikTok users have made content defending our religion against these attacks, but it's not enough, and abuse keeps coming. They bombard with nothing new, the usual; shirk, kafir, taqia etc. The shocking part is the amount of people that agree in the comment sections. I haven't seen anyone bring this to attention or discussed it. I wonder if Shia Chatters have seen the same and what their experiences have been. A
  9. I don't understand the hate some Shia's have towards Sufism. I get that they are misguided and we don't agree with them. But its not just disagreement, they see it as evil, and some even call them kafirs. What exactly are their believes that makes some Shia's perceive them in such a negative light? I have to say I barely know anything about Sufism. Al I know are the dervishes dancing, singing, spirituality and dhikr. Yes dancing and singing are un-Islamic, but the rest doesn't sound so bad...I tried to do my own research but I was left confused and overwhelmed by the complexity
  10. Salam Brother, I am sorry you are going through a difficult time. We all have these outburst when we feel nothing we are doing is right, so its al normal Allah is the most Merciful, and he would never leave you empty handed if you turn to him. Whatever that happened in your live that didn't work out, it was for the best. And Allah has something else (something greater) planned for your future. Allah never expected us to be perfect, that is why we are not infallible. Never stop asking Allah for forgiveness because he never stops forgiving, no matter how big or small your mistake
  11. I don't know if you're being sarcastic or not. Please explain yourself in clear points so we can give a helpful response.
  12. many have called it `protective jelousy'
  13. Thank you for your reply brother, There are several problematic consequences to your points: 1) If Imam Zaid or Imam Jaffar Al Sadiq (عليه السلام) taught Abu Hanifa, then surely it would be immoral and unlike their pure personalities to teach students that which you know is untrue and lead to misguidance, or to teach other than 12er Shia theology/fiqh if that is the truth from Allah, as 12er Shia's believe? If Abu Hanifa was not taught 12er Shia theology/fiqh, then what was he taught by Imam Jaffar Al Sadiq (عليه السلام)? And then who taught him his theology/fiqh if it was not our Im
  14. Salam, If all the Imams of the Sunni Fiqh schools (Hanfi, Shafi'i, Maliki and Hanbali) are traced back to Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (عليه السلام) or taught by him, then why did they not become Shia or practice Shia Fiqh? Many Sunni's have tried to throw this argument, and they even claim that Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (عليه السلام) was Sunni himself.
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