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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. Do I disagree with it, that he was an ordinary person? Yes. Abu Bakr, 'Umar, and 'Uthman would also disagree. I don't know why you gave a personal opinion and showed it to me. We don't blind follow. What you showed me holds no bearing and is worthless to me. It's the correct opinion that he was not an ordinary person. Neither were the people who were above him in the first three caliphs. If you base everything on the Qur'an and the objective narrations, you wouldn't and couldn't be Shi'a.
  2. Nobody is claiming he's ordinary. I don't know why I see a phobia of comprehension or listening from Shi'a with these topics. Musa wasn't an ordinary man, but Allah loves Muhammad the most. Does Allah loving Muhammad the most negate the spectacular Messenger of Allah Musa? No. Naught point and a strawman argument.
  3. I stopped caring about the opinions and thoughts of others long ago when I realized that Allah cares more about me than any of them ever could, hence Who I try to please.
  4. If you are here, Allah has a purpose for placing you here. You are no accident. Your time is going how Allah willed it to be. Relax. Whatever is coming is coming to you. You running towards it or running away from it will not stop you from reaching it. Take a deep breath and know that Allah has something for you and it will come sooner or later.
  5. I figured that, but I don't understand the problem with it. A lot of people are brave warriors, stronger than Galut, when it comes to typing. I don't get why they can't use their voices to speak - I'm referring to the so-called men.
  6. I meant talking. I don't like typing much recently.
  7. Being a bully is prohibited in Islam. All in all, you're still advocating it by portraying how they are effected and what they go through - argumentum ad passiones. My sincere advice is don't do it. It's not worth compromising your faith for even slightly.
  8. I wish I could have a talk with you or discussion somehow about this. Seems interesting enough and I have a lot to say.
  9. If you read Sahih Bukhari, you'd see that: "We used to say Abu Bakr, 'Umar, 'Uthman, and the Messenger remained silent (i.e. he agreed)." Read our books.
  10. Ezio Auditore da Firenze is a character from Assassin's Creed.
  11. The Messenger, Abu Bakr, 'Umar, 'Uthman, and 'Ali. In that order.
  12. Omission when pronouncing ال happens during definite cases, not indefinite. الله لا اله الا هو الحي القيم If you read that as "huwa hayu qayyum" - that's wrong. You have to pronounce ال if you're referring to an indefinite article. Omission ruling of its pronunciation states that it needs to be definite, not indefinite. That's why Allah's names are pronounced with لْ unless the sentence is conjugated different. When calling upon him, using يا, you have to pronounce the ال. You don't say Yallah when reading يا الله. You don't say Yahayu when reading يا الحي. If you've been reading Qur'an like that, then you've been reading it wrong. Everything you said concerning this is wrong. You state he's an Arab linguistic, bring him or ask him concerning this. I want to see his reasoning or if you are misrepresenting him. If he's a linguist with regards to the Arabic language, he shouldn't be making these mistakes. Bring him or get his words, word for word. You're misunderstanding the Qur'an or you don't know it at all. Allah allows for intercession, but asks rhetorically. I'm not going to give an Arabic lesson here. Go do your research with regards to this.
  13. The point was how the Holy Trinity of Niceae was introduced into Christianity. Up until Tertuliian, this was not prevalent. It was a subordination of Jesus and God, if that. You didn't mention the Didache, which mentions Jesus being a mere servant-son, a term used for David that's deducted from the Hebrew "Son of God", which in turn means "Servant of God", hence why they mentioned it. Nobody had equated him to God and made him divine except as a servant. Go and bring a Jew and try to explain the New Testament to him using Greek/Hebrew and you'll see why it doesn't make sense for Jesus to be God from this standpoint. John 1 is attributed to John but is anonymous, so I take it with a grain of salt. I didn't mention the New Testament specifically due to me having to go in great detail with the language. I'd be very specific with it and give grammar rules and cross references instead of my personal opinion. If you want me to deconstruct everything and do that, you'd have to wait a while. None of the disciples worshipped Jesus. If you argue they asked of him as an intermediary, then there's no problem with this because they did this when he was alive. No person disagrees with this. However, after he died, they didn't worship him. They never claimed him as God nor did he ever claim himself as God. The Romans crucified him because they thought he was blaspheming - not because he claimed to be God, but because he claimed to be a prophet and it did not fit their political and religious aspect concerning his prophethood. Nowhere is Jesus stated to be God in the earliest sources. Only after Paul did this divine nonsense take place and slowly begin to grow.
  14. You are here to please Allah, not your teachers or peers. If they want you to portray a homosexual, of whom is cursed by Allah, then you've got every right to refuse. It doesn't matter who is hurt by it. Do not let people impose or impede on the belief of Allah for a project. Moreover, if it is ADVOCATING homosexuality, then you have to decline. I'd rather fail this project or get a failing grade alone and let the group pass without me rather than the opposite and gaining Allah's wrath. All in all, you ultimately have two options and one is a no brainer: pleasing Allah or pleasing people. Make the wise choice.
  15. This isn't even true. What about Ya Al-Hayy or Ya al-Qayyum? Ya al-Malik? The "Ya" doesn't cancel out the Alif Lam. This isn't something in the Arabic language and I'm not sure where you've got this from. The Shi'a don't say 'Ya 'Ali' or 'Ya Fatimah' as reference to Allah's name. They say it as a form of intercession, as they've admitted. This argument is more plausible than this absurd one of grammar that you've put forth. If such is the opposite, give me evidence that the "ya" cancels the alif lam. By the by, calling on other than Allah is shirk according to the Qur'an, not the Sunni definition.
  16. Uh, the narration states that 'Ali and the Messenger conquered it. That's why it solely belongs to the Messenger and nobody else. It also states that everything outside of Anfal and Fadak belongs to the Imams. That's why I told you to read it carefully.
  17. I don't understand what you're saying. Can you say it clearly? If you're saying that Al-Anfal and Fadak belonged exclusively to the Messenger of Allah, that is what I am saying.
  18. The only narrations that are authentic concerning Abu Bakr discarding narrations are those 500 he got rid of whom he gave to his daughter 'Aisha.
  19. Imam Bukhari is the most prolific man in hadith sciences to date. At the age of 16, he began his studies in the sciences of hadith. Imam Bukhari went from Syria, Medina, Iraq, Egypt, Mecca and a few other places to study the sciences of hadith. He was taught by Ahmad bin Hanbal (student of Imam Shafi'i), Abdullah bin Muslima al-Qanabi (student of Imam Malik who was taught by Abdullah bin Dinar who was taught by at least 2 of the companions), and many others. There are 3 generations between the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, and Imam Bukhari from at least 5 of his teachers, his teacher's teachers, and their teachers (the companions, may Allah be pleased with them). He was born blind, but with enough of his mother's supplication, his eyesight became so superb that he used to use the moonlight to write his works. Nonetheless, his memory was excellent and attested to. His peers and fellow classmates always used to ask why Imam Bukhari never wrote anything down (this is a test that has been passed down since the generation after the companions, stemming from when the Khawarij used to narrate false/fabricated narrations). Muhammad ibn Azhar Sajistani said that if anyone missed any narration by writing, they could obtain it solely from the memory of Imam al-Bukhari. Whenever he went to be tested in Baghdad, 100 narrations were gathered. 10 was given to 10 of the muhaddith that were teaching him that were present. They were misplaced and misquoted, and Imam Bukhari said that he did not know of them every time they repeated it to him. After they were done, he corrected each chain, word for word, narrator for narrator, perfectly. He spent 16 years compiling the narrations from the aforementioned places. Every time he would add a narration, he would pray Salaatul Istikhaara for each narration he added. That's over 7,000 narrations (with repetition). Nonetheless, he was attested to by every single scholar alive at the time. He was a titan when it came to memory and established the beginnings of the science of hadith, may Allah have mercy on him. You mean like Musnad Ahmad and Muwatta' Malik? I don't get what you're asking here. Companions wrote down narrations, including Abu Bakr and 'Umar. Abu Bakr had his collection of narrations rescinded from 'Aisha after giving it to her. 'Umar had it mass compiled and had second thoughts about it. After a month of having a discussion about it with others through consulting them, he decided to have writing down narrations banned because that is exactly what the former people did. That is how they went astray. From there, it was orally transmitted in mass until the writings of Imam Hanbal and Malik. From there, writings slowly became widespread. It was officially done at the time of Imam Bukhari (during the reign of al-Ma'mun it was declared alright to do so). At this time, there had still been those who learned from the companions and those who learned from those who learned from the companions alive, such as Imam Malik and Imam Ahmad. He got rid of them. There were over 600,000 narrations that he had compiled and got rid of all of those that were not authentic. If you were to ask me where they are now, I wouldn't know. Nobody does and it shouldn't really matter due to them not being authentic. Of course he'd have several volumes. It's 7,000 odd narrations. I could answer this in detail, but I'll be brief. Al-Kulayni didn't learn anywhere outside of Baghdad to collect narrations as opposed to Imam Bukhari, travelling in length and in multitudes. The problem with this is that the region he stayed in didn't have any prolific hadith narrators. None of them have authentic chains that link directly back to the Messenger. Take for example, a teacher of Al-Kulayni, Al-Barqi. He narrates from unknown/unreliable narrators and weak narrations. It's late here and I need to study a bit and sleep. If this doesn't really do it for you, let me know.
  20. Nightclaw


    You have to basically blindly trust them to not sell your information.
  21. Why do most of these guys here act like petty women? Is it because their lack of knowledge, manners, or failure to follow the Ahlul Bayt? I think it's pointless to engage as long as they're mannerless. I'll just respond to people with manners from now on. It really does no good and a waste of the little time I have on earth to go bickering about like a bunch of women.
  22. This doesn't make me a professor. This just makes me someone who masters a language. Someone who memorized the Qur'an isn't someone who can interpret the Qur'an, but they're certainly more capable than someone who doesn't know the Qur'an and can teach it. I teach languages and I don't understand the problem in me doing that. I rest my case. Sick.
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