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zahralzu

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  1. Is shirk worse than genocide, killing, murder, theft, rape, drugs...? Would love to get the sayings of the ahlulbayt on this; what happens if as a Muslim I feel more disgusted by all the above acts than shirk? Who’s moral compass needs to be reevaluated? thanks!
  2. nope. I come off as 'challenging twelver beliefs', reality is I myself find myself unable to answer to some wahabi shubhas i find online and try to find answers here to bring me back to my rafidhism again, so I know nothing which is why i need answers and can't contribute much, rest is a coincidence ;)
  3. I feel like what defines ghuluw in shii Islam is according to topic and that’s all that’s been talked about so far
  4. If speaking directly to the prophet requires him to be listening then is this not attributing to him omnipresence; a divine characteristic? The sunni explanation is the presence of an angel taking this blessing of ours to the prophet every time, I was wondering if the shii explanation was any different? Thanks!
  5. Why did imam Ali (عليه السلام) accuse Abu sufyan of igniting “fitnah” among the Muslims for his attempt to grant him victory? How is granting the imam victory considered “fitnah”? And how is it that Fatima (عليه السلام) said those who consider her cause a fitnah are hell dwellers in her fadak sermon? Yet imam ali (عليه السلام) considers overthrowing Abu bakr as “fitnah”? We know he was ordered to observe patience if he couldn’t find 40 soldiers, otherwise he would have fought, as he did in jamal/siffin, and here Abu sufyan offered them on a golden platter; why didn’t he take it? And so what if Abu sufyan is just a hypocrite with bad intentions, the prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) accepted the jihad of hypocrites all the time and said god grants victory to this religion with the corrupt man (ن الله ليؤيد هذا الدين بالرجل الفاجر). If a non Muslim offers Islam victory; you take it any way you can get it...no?
  6. I wish this was a ‘joke’ but Sunnis claim they have hadiths that prove this verse was revealed addressing the companions directly and promising them specifically that they themselves will come to live in conditions such that the three promises are fulfilled, and this was revealed when the prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) first arrived on medina and the Muslims for the first time in over a decade felt religious liberties and peace. https://www.altafsir.com/Tafasir.asp?tMadhNo=0&tTafsirNo=86&tSoraNo=24&tAyahNo=55&tDisplay=yes&UserProfile=0&LanguageId=2
  7. In surah nur 24: 55 Allah says: “Allah has promised those of you who believe and do good that He will certainly make them successors in the land, as He did with those before them; and will surely establish for them their faith which He has chosen for them; and will indeed change their fear into security—˹provided that˺ they worship Me, associating nothing with Me. But whoever disbelieves after this ˹promise˺, it is they who will be the rebellious” allah promises the rulers after the demise of the prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم): 1. Rulership of the land 2. establishment of the religion 3. security and safety. abu bakr had all 3; while imam Ali as had his caliphate usurped, had his wife attacked, had his daughter forcefully married, fought 3 civil wars, etc and thus lived in fear and oppression and therefor unlike the other caliphs barely had any of these 3 promises. how to rectify this?
  8. His rejection of the second coming of Jesus (عليه السلام) and Mary’s virgin birth (عليه السلام) isn’t even something that Sunnis accept; I believe it’s his desire to appear “different”, though he claims it’s rather his being “objective”
  9. MALM put out a video and a statement defending muwayah and claiming he was more politically equipt than the imam (عليه السلام), this is actually an arguement always put forth by sunnis; that the state of the muslim state; it's expansion, economy, military, construction and prosperity was at a high during the time of abu bakr, umar, uthman and muwayah while it was at it's lowest during the time of imam ali (عليه السلام). Thoughts on this?
  10. They argue his anger is due to his companions arguing in front of him and the prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) didn’t wish to see that, as opposed to him being angry at getting told “the book of Allah is sufficient”
  11. Where is love and respect in stopping a person in his last moments from writing a will? Lol I suppose from seeing the prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) in so much pain and physical fatigue on his death bed and thus umar’s insisting he should rest and not over-exert himself...
  12. Sunnis always liken umar’s refusal to bring the prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) pen and paper on Thursday and refused to allow him to write his will “out of love and respect for the prophet” to imam Ali’s (عليه السلام) refusal to remove “messenger of Allah” from the hudaybia peace treaty also out of love and respect for the prophet; how do you explain that this is not the same thing?
  13. I've seen this claim a lot, I don't know how true it is, but if it is the case that more shias apostate than sunnis, what is the reason?
  14. To claim there’s suspicions in the budget is frankly very offensive to the donators; those who have literally sold their land and gold to fund the movie, and those who put aside money that could’ve gone to their medical bills or children’s groceries. For the past 4 years and till this day the producers go live daily on their YouTube channel fadak tv at 4pm medina time for two hours to encourage people to donate, if you watch you would see for yourself the thousands they get donated daily, I myself perhaps donated more than I could afford and plan on donating more and they read my name on their list of donators every-time so these names aren’t random, and they’re still desperate for more donations, to suggest Britain and Israel is behind funding a movie on the life of fatimat al zahra (عليه السلام) is quiet immature and petty
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